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Retro Relics/The Rabbit Hole hosted its first monthly Songwriters’ Circle. This gives musicians a chance to practice performances and to get feedback on thier songs. Picture: Amber Davy Ice and snow sculptures still stand tall in Centennial Park during the beautiful Sunday afternoon. Pictures: Amber Davy- Advertisement – Lots of people in Fort St. John get out to enjoy their Sunday afternoon. Picture: Amber Davy
Camilleri was tight lipped on what the union is seeking from the city, and what concessions the city was asking for from the union.According to a press release put out by the city, city council directed its bargaining team to apply for mediation in the hopes of reaching an agreement.The release also says city council gave the city’s bargaining committee a “mandate based on municipal settlements and agreements around the province.”We will provide more details as the come. Fort St. John and the union representing city works have applied for mediation over ongoing contract negotiations.The city announced the move in a release late today, saying negotiations have stalled following a series of five meetings between the two parties.City workers, represented under the B.C. Government and Service Employees’ Union, have been working without a contract since the end of 2014.- Advertisement -Rashid Hasan, the city’s human resources director who is leading the city’s bargaining committee, said in an interview the city made a final offer to the union May 29.Much of that agreement was agreed upon, however, Hasan said there are a few monetary issues the parties need to work out, including wages and benefits.“Mediation will definitely resolve this, I’m very confident,” said Hasan.Advertisement “When an impasses is reached, sometimes a third party comes in and sorts it out.”The provincial labour board has already assigned the parties amediator — Christina Bains — although a date for the parties to meet has not yet been set.Union negotiator Brent Camilleri said any possible strike action rests on the outcome of mediation.“Until that process concludes, we try not to bargain in the media,” he said.Advertisement
Christoph Kramer 1 Tottenham are in advanced talks to bring German World Cup winner Christoph Kramer to White Hart Lane, according to reports in Germany.The 23-year-old is currently in the second season of a two-year spell at Borussia Monchengladbach from parent club Bayer Leverkusen and has been scouted by Spurs Technical Director Franco Baldini on several occasions this term.Kramer, who can operate in a variety of midfield roles, has impressed Mauricio Pochettino and could be the man to turn around the north London club’s below-par start to the Premier League campaign.The talented defensive midfielder has impressed at Monchengladbach but it remains to be seen whether the Bundesliga outfit can find the funds to capture the Germany international on a permanent deal.That could open the door for Spurs to move for Kramer and tempt Leverkusen to cash in on the player while his stock is still high following his World Cup final appearance in Brazil.
But if the name was meant as a tribute to two of the players who helped France to World Cup glory this summer, officials were less impressed.Authorities tasked with ensuring children’s names are in their interests have flagged the case to prosecutors, the local mayor’s office told the newspaper.If prosecutors share the opinion that such an eye-catching name could cause the child problems in life, a family court could order the couple to change the name.Such cases have repeatedly made headlines in France.Earlier this month authorities in the eastern city of Dijon launched a legal bid to stop a mother naming her son “Jihad”.Despite her argument that the name does not necessarily have violent connotations in Arabic — it can mean a struggle against sin within oneself — authorities worried the baby would face prejudice.0Shares0000(Visited 5 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000A little boy born in the central French town of Brive was bestowed with first names honouring Antoine Griezmann (R, pictured October 2018) and Kylian Mbappe, a decision which authorities flagged © AFP/File / FRANCK FIFEBRIVE-LA-GAILLARDE, France, Nov 28 – French authorities are seeking to ban a couple of apparently football-obsessed parents from naming their baby “Griezmann Mbappe” after two of the national team’s heroes.The little boy was born in the central town of Brive this month and immediately bestowed with first names honouring Antoine Griezmann and Kylian Mbappe, regional newspaper La Montagne reported Wednesday.
GOALKEEPERDavid Seaman’s £1.3million transfer from Queens Park Rangers was a British transfer record for a goalkeeper in 1990, which was two years before the Premier League began. Lehmann, however, arrived in 2003 for similar money from Borussia Dortmund and was an ‘Invincible’ in his first season at the club. Other highlights include saving a Juan Roman Riquelme penalty in the 2006 Champions League semi-final, but Arsenal may never have seen their eccentric German play between the sticks had he joined Liverpool from Milan in 1999. In the end he decided to go to Dortmund and Gooners everywhere are glad for it. Will Bernd Leno, the £19.2m buy from Bayer Leverkusen, replace him on this list one day?DEFENCEAt £7m, Lauren is the most expensive defender in this line-up. He won five major trophies in seven seasons with Arsenal following his move from Mallorca in 2000. Sol Campbell, one of the best centre-backs of his era, was a free transfer from Spurs, much to the anger of their north London rivals. Not much got past him or Kolo Toure, who arrived from Ivory Coast side ASEC Mimosas in 2002. Clichy proved to be a more than adequate replacement for Ashley Cole despite barely playing for Cannes before joining the Gunners in 2003.MIDFIELDGilberto Silva, a £4.5m purchase from Atletico Mineiro, was the wall in Arsenal’s midfield, while Freddie Ljungberg and Robert Pires provided the pace and trickery on the flanks, with Patrick Vieira’s steel in the centre of the park providing a good balance. Vieira was unknown when he arrived from Milan in 1996, but became one of the best players in Europe. Pires was being tracked by Real Madrid in 2000, but Arsenal were the team he left Marseille for, while Ljungberg endeared himself to the Highbury faithful by scoring on his debut against Man United after joining from Swedish club Halmstad in 1998.ATTACKIt may have seemed a lot to some at the time, but the £11m Arsenal paid Juventus for Thierry Henry proved to be a steal. By the time he left for Barcelona in a £16m transfer in 2007, he was their top scoring player and a big reason for their utter dominance of English football in the early part of the last decade. Anelka, meanwhile, cost less than £1m in 1997 and went from gangly striker to the most coveted in European football. Before joining, the 19-year-old had scored just once for Paris Saint-Germain and then formed part of Arsenal’s double winners in 1998. He joined Real Madrid in 1999 for £23m. An honourable mention goes to Robin van Persie, the £2.75m buy from Feyenoord. 1 Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was known for his frugal ways during his 22 years in charge. If he could avoid spending huge sums of money on players then he would.And it often worked out, as you can see by this quality team full of players who turned out to be bargains. talkSPORT.com put together an XI, but excluded academy graduates and kept it in the Premier League era
After his penalty against Germany in the 1996 European Championships was saved by Andreas Kopke, the image of a dejected Southgate in England’s dreadful grey kit became iconic for all the wrong reasons.“I’ve learned a million things from that day and the years that followed it,” he said.“When something goes wrong in your life it doesn’t finish you and you should become braver, knowing that you’ve got to go for things in life and don’t regret because you didn’t try to be as good as you might be. “You mustn’t be inhibited and if there’s one thing I can instil in my players it’s that I want them in this game to really attack the game, show people how good they might be and not walk off the field thinking ‘I wish I’d just tried things that I’ve been trying up to this point’, because up to this point it’s stood us in good stead.“I’m constantly talking to them about going for it in life and they’ve been able to change perceptions of how an England team might play and we mustn’t lose sight of that.“We’re prepared for being good enough to get to that stage [penalty shootout]. Heartbreak in 1996 The ghost of Euro 96 is shaping Gareth Southgate’s World Cup strategy as England manager.After winning two out of three group games and losing 1-0 to Belgium last Thursday, the Three Lions boss is confident his side can go all the way – even if they face a dreaded penalty shootout against Colombia on Tuesday. 3 Captain Harry Kane scored two penalties against Panama 3 “In the last few tournaments we haven’t even got anywhere near a shootout and we’ve spent half our life talking about it and it’s not happened.“Regular penalty takers have their set routines and they’re used to being in that situation. “It’s been important for us that the whole squad feel that way, so when they stand forward they are very clear in their mind what they are going to do.“There’s plenty of work gone on for that eventuality.”talkSPORT are with listeners all day and all night at this year’s 2018 FIFA World Cup™ with over 800 hours of World Cup content and all 64 games live across the talkSPORT network. Gareth Southgate: fashion icon 3
Staff at Malin Head when it was given a reprieve 16 months agoDONEGAL Deputy Joe McHugh has insisted today there are no plans to downgrade the Coast Guard station at Malin Head.It followed a newspaper report today which claimed Leo Varadkar, the transport minister, wanted to make the Malin Head station part-time – operating 12 hour per day instead of 24.“In relation to today’s story in the Irish Times, the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sports proposed Action Plan in response to the Value for Money (Fisher) reports didn’t provide for Malin operating on a 12 hour basis,” said Deputy McHugh. “Closing Malin at night was looked at as one of a number of options but the Department’s conclusion was that the three stations should be maintained and greater efficiencies generated through closer integration of the stations using advanced technologies and improved working processes.“There are no proposals at this time to close Malin Head coast guard station.”The station fought a long campaign – backed by McHugh – to retain its status with the Government deciding to keep it open in September last year.Staff at the station work 24/7 every day of the year to help coordinate hundreds of rescues and save dozens of lives. ‘ABSOLUTELY NO PLANS TO MAKE MALIN HEAD COAST GUARD STATION PART-TIME’ – McHUGH was last modified: December 30th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:closurecoast guardMalin HeadProposalsstation
Mulroy College – All-Ireland Champs 2014 –A CO Donegal girls soccer team are celebrating after being crowned All-Ireland champions again!Mulroy College in Milford saw off Colaiste Mhuire from Ballymote 3-0 in the Senior B Cup Final in Ballyshannon today.Caoihme Walsh gave the Donegal girls a 1-0 half-time lead after a well-worked corner. A Michelle Doherty double in the second half – the first from the penalty spot – saw the Donegal girls home.Proud principal Fiona Temple said: “The girls have put in so much hard work and I am delighted for all of them.“We’re on our way home with an All-Ireland title and I am so proud of them all.” MULROY COLLEGE GIRLS CROWNED ALL-IRELAND CHAMPIONS – AGAIN! was last modified: February 5th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:All-Ireland TitleMulroy College
This week Donegal Daily’s male grooming columnists from Maverick’s Barbershop discuss whether of not men should shave their armpits…Should a man shave his armpits? Simple question. And not an odd question if you think about it and one that gets thrown around the Maverick’s Barbershop the odd time!Half the population (women) already shave their armpits. So shouldn’t men shave their armpit hair as well? Doesn’t a shaved armpit have benefits? If it didn’t, why would women go through the ritual daily?Before we get started with the scientific reasoning behind shaving armpit hair – yes, there are experiments to prove my point – let’s begin with understanding why a man would ask such a question in the first place.Why would a man want to shave his armpit hair? >Armpit Hair And Sweat. There is circumstantial and somewhat vague evidence suggesting that shaving your armpit hair reduces sweating. While shaving your underarms won’t make your armpits cooler – or produce less sweat – the sweat stains on your clothes will be less pronounced.>Underarm Hair And Hygiene. The odour from sweat is caused by bacteria and the bacteria can multiply in the damp area of armpit hair – shaving the armpits results in less space for bacteria to breed. And increased effectiveness from your deodorant products.>The Aesthetics Of A Shaved Armpit: If you are an athlete or an underwear model – shaving your armpit hair would be of a professional advantage to you.Even if you are a regular guy – no one likes to see hair poking out from under your arms.>The Connection With Smell: There are widely circulated opinions that shaving armpit hair actually helps reduce a man’s body odour. Other studies show that a man’s confidence is lowered when he is aware of his own body odour. Which brings me back to my original question – Should a man shave his armpits to reduce body odour.We have come across two studies carried out on armpit hair and how the lack of it either creates or diminishes a man’s attractiveness. In summary the findings were as follows: The baseline results indicated that shaving armpit hair did have an effect on body odour – but it was minimal. More likely, other factors will affect how you smell to a much greater degree than whether you have hair in your armpits – your grooming routine, the food you eat, the beverages you consume, the regularity of your showers….The men with shaved arm pits had more confidence as they just felt they were feeling fresher for longer.Those men who believe they would be seen with their shirts off, be it their partner at home or at the beach, felt more confident and hygienic when they had their armpits trimmed.The benefits of shaving your armpits seem to be predominantly aesthetics. If you like the look and feel of it, if you feel more confident and more hygienic, then go for it! If you prefer to feel more natural and rugged then let them go free, it will be one less job to do! Gents why don’t you get yourselves down to Mavericks on Lower Main Street, Letterkenny where we have loads happening. 4 barbers operating to reduce waiting times, premiership football at the weekend shown on our two 49” wide screens, complementary Tea, coffee andminerals . When you throw in the best haircuts around, hot towel shaving, quality beard trimming, then there just isn’t a barbers experience like it!Also follow us on Facebook!Male Grooming: Should you shave your armpits? was last modified: September 23rd, 2016 by Mavericks BarbersShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)