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first_imgHenry Mar Abellar, 21, of Barangay Mambulac, Silay City, Negros Occidental was caught on the strength of an arrest warrant around 3:20 p.m. on July 22, police said. Police officers served the warrant issued by Judge Ana Celeste Bernad of the Regional Trial Court Branch 69 in Silay City dated Oct. 21, 2019. BACOLOD City – Charged with four counts of robbery, a man was arrested in Barangay V.F. Gustilo, Cadiz City, Negros Occidental.center_img The suspect was detained in the lockup facility of the Cadiz City police station. The court recommended a P100,000 bail bond for his temporary liberty./PNlast_img read more

first_img20 Aug 2015 Boys’ county trophy awaits a fresh name There will be a new name on the trophy after next week’s Boys’ County Championship at King’s Lynn in Norfolk, where each of the finalists will seek their first win.The challengers are the four regional winners: Durham who represent the North, Northamptonshire from the Midlands, Wiltshire from the South West, together with Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands, representing the South East.The championship is played from Tuesday to Thursday, 25-27 August, and is a round robin competition, with three foursomes each morning and six singles in the afternoon. On the first day Durham will play Wiltshire and Hampshire will take on Northamptonshire.Durham were runners-up at last year’s championship, which also included Wiltshire, while Hampshire reached the final as recently as 2013. However, this will be Northamptonshire’s first appearance.The teams are packed with talented players such as Durham’s Jack Ainscough and Northamptonshire’s Ben Jones, who will both represent England in the Italian U16 championship at the beginning of September.Hampshire’s Jordan Sundborg caused one of the upsets of the recent Boys’ Amateur Championship when he knocked out top seed Bradley Moore in the fourth round. Ainscough and Northamptonshire’s Matthew Myers and Callum Farr also reached the match play stages of the championship.Wiltshire’s James Cooper and Charlie Salter of Northamptonshire are among the boys who have been members of England Golf U16 squads. Meanwhile Hampshire’s Josh Oddy helped England to a clean sweep in last year’s U16 home international series.Caption: The second green at King’s Lynn, where the tree-lined fairways are a feature of the challenging course.The teams are:DurhamJack Ainscough, HartlepoolRian Dixon, Castle EdenChristopher Handy, South MoorThomas Harbord, Castle EdenAaron McManus, DarlingtonWill Marshall, HeworthTom Skelton, Beamish ParkHampshire, IoW and CIJonathan Anderson, Royal JerseyLawrence Cherry, StonehamJosh Oddy, WestridgeConor Richards, Shanklin & SandownGeorge Roberts, Meon ValleyJason Stokes, La MoyeJoshua Sturt, Rowlands CastleJordan Sundborg, Shanklin & SandownNorthamptonshireLuke Barney, Overstone ParkCallum Farr, Priors HallTom Forster, OundleBen Jones, Brampton HeathMatthew Myers, Northamptonshire CountyFergus Robinson, Northamptonshire CountyCharlie Salter, Northamptonshire CountyWiltshireJamie Amor, MarlboroughJake Bolton, Ogbourne DownsDominic Burgess, Salisbury & South WiltsJames Cooper, Cumberwell ParkCharlie Dunn, West WiltsMax Mulcock, Wrag BarnTom Stagg, Salisbury & South WiltsClick here for all the championship informationlast_img read more

first_imgBy Bruce Fuhr,The Nelson Daily SportsTeams in the Murdoch Division, especially Beaver Valley and Castlegar, have not played nice with the Nelson Leafs this season. The Leafs are a collective 6-9 inside the Murdoch Division of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League with four of those wins coming against lowly Grand Forks. On the flip side Nelson is 8-2 outside the division.Nelson hopes to halt the trend when the team opens a two-game home set again divisional rivals, Spokane Braves and Castlegar Rebels.“We haven’t really played teams in our division as much but once we start playing in our division I think we’re going to start to pick it up,” said Leaf forward Connor McLaughlin.Nelson hosts Spokane Friday at the NDCC Arena and Castlegar Saturday.  The game against Castlegar is scheduled for the Civic Centre Arena as the Leafs help the city celebrate the arena’s 75th anniversary.Nelson plays seven of its next nine games inside the Murdoch. So it’s now or never to make a run.“We’ve got to be teams like Castlegar to have a chance,” said Leafs’ Colton Schell. Gavin Currie, who scored six points during last weekend and 15 points in the past eight games, has climbed into 14th spot in the KIJHL scoring race. Currie has 11 goals and 22 assists.Stefan Jensen of the Osoyoos Coyotes is tied with Ryan Aynlsey of the Castlegar Rebels for the league lead, each with 47 points. Jensen is the top scorer with 26 goals.Darren Hogg of the Leafs sits in seven spot in the goalie stats with a 2.68 goals against average. Fraser Abdallah of Fernie leads the league with a 2.04 [email protected]last_img read more

first_imgHere are some health tips from recent science research.Organic really is better:  A new study reported by Nature agrees that organic produce tends to have more nutrients and less pesticide residues.  This represents a shift in opinion.  “Existing evidence suggests there are no real health benefits from eating organic food compared to conventionally grown produce,” the report says.  “Now a review of the scientific literature concludes that organic consumers may be getting their monies worth; it claims that organic food is more nutritious than conventionally grown fodder.”  As usual, there are skeptics of the report.  Tip: products need to be “certified organic,” though, because the term “organic” like “all natural” is subject to abuse by some unscrupulous sellers.Antioxidants may not be better:  Contradicting a long-standing truism comes news reported on Science Daily that antioxidants may be a false hope to prevent cancer and other health problems.  In fact, they might accelerate cancers, the article claims!  Antioxidants from supplements and food apparently do not accumulate in the parts of the cell where they can provide any benefit in stopping runaway tumor growth.  The researchers from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory suspect that ingesting more antioxidants may actually do more harm than good.Probiotics can cure some diseases:  Live Science lists four conditions that probiotics have been shown to treat: antibiotic-associated diarrhea, infectious childhood diarrhea, inflammatory bowel disease, and pouchitis.  Another Live Science article addresses probiotics myths, and a third Live Science article provides safety tips for probiotics use.  But what happens when good gut bacteria get sick?  Medical Xpress talks about that.  For those able to handle the squeamishness of the idea, some serious gut problems like C. difficile infections have been completely cured by the relatively new concept of fecal transplants (Science Daily).Short intense workouts:  Science Daily added new information to the trend in short, intense workouts.  A new study from the Scripps Institution campus in Florida finds that the benefit apparently derives from a protein named CRTC2 that “integrates signals from two different pathways — the adrenaline pathway and the calcium pathway, to direct muscle adaptation and growth only in the contracting muscle.”Build exercise into your routine:  Health experts at Queensland University of Technology confirm what we all know: exercise is the best medicine.  Science Daily says that the researchers, dealing primarily with women, think that doctors should prescribe exercise just like the prescribe medicine.  “What we are saying is that high-intensity exercise is not only good for your physical health but also your brain health,” they say.  “Doctors should be developing exercise programs that are home-based and easy to incorporate as part of everyday activities.”Farms as healthy environs:  Want to reduce by half your kids’ chances of developing irritable bowel disease?  Have them grow up on a farm with livestock, Science Daily says.  Farm kids had far less incidence of ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease, researchers found.  One expert said, “It is extremely exciting that we can now see that not only allergic diseases, but also more classic inflammatory diseases appear to depend on the environment we are exposed to early in our lives.”Send the kids out the door:  Are your kids getting 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) each day?  That’s what the World Health Organization recommends, according to Science Daily.  New research published in the Journal of Pediatrics “confirmed that time spent outdoors after school was positively associated with MVPA.”  So it’s OK to tell the young ones, “Go play outside.”Avoid unnecessary antibiotics:  Despite the known risks, doctors continue prescribing antibiotics at an alarming level, Medical Xpress warns, much of them unwarranted.  These are leading to “superbugs,” antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria.  Medical Xpress is concerned that we may be approaching the end of the antibiotic era.  Be very cautious about letting your doctor prescribe antibiotics for you unless absolutely necessary, if no other options exist.  They also take a big toll on your healthy gut flora.Straight talk on gluten:  Is the low-gluten craze for you?  New Scientist gives some advice about who needs the gluten-free diet, and how much is unsupported hype.Keeping healthy food fresh:  PhysOrg presents some natural ways to make produce last longer.Always take health tips with a grain of salt.  We say that metaphorically, because salt is an example of a substance that experts can never agree on.  One decade it’s bad, now it’s good again.  Expert opinion about salt, caffeine, gluten and other things seesaws back and forth over years.  Some found out recently that the government’s “food pyramid” taught to a generation of schoolkids did not have good science to support it.  None of the above reports should be considered the last word on the subject.When it comes to specific foods, supplements, or types of activity, what works for others may not work for you.  General principles, though, have stood the test of time: stay active, eat a variety of foods and nothing to excess, and keep your weight at an acceptable level for your body type.  Your body is a masterpiece that will likely serve you well on God’s green earth if you do your part. 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first_img28 June 2012There were mixed emotions at Johannesburg’s OR Tambo International Airport when South African couple Debbie Calitz and Bruno Pelizzari walked out of international arrivals to meet their families and friends on Wednesday.There were hugs, laughs, screams and tears from both the couple and their relatives – tears of joy and relief, and of pain and heartache symbolic of what the couple had gone through since their capture 20 months ago.The couple, whose release from Somali pirates was secured last week, were taken hostage off the Gulf of Aden in October 2010 after armed pirates hijacked their yacht as it was about to enter the Mozambique channel, south of Dar es Salaam.The pair was rescued last Wednesday and flown from Mogadishu to Djibouti and then on to Rome, where Pelizzari’s mother lives.In the emotional homecoming, the frail-looking pair sounded strong spirit despite their physical condition.Speaking to the media shortly after their arrival, a tearful Calitz expressed gratitude to everyone involved in their rescue and those who kept them in their prayers. “We must have felt the vibrations of South African people because something kept us going … We love you South Africa.”The couple was received by International Relations and Cooperation Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane when they landed.The two spoke about their ordeal, which they described as inhumane, as they were treated worse than animals. Calitz said they were not fed well, were handcuffed 24 hours a day, and were also not allowed to bathe much.The couple was kept together and fed a high starch diet of rice, pasta and bread.“We were not allowed luxuries which meant no soap. We had one and half litres of water per day between us … it was just terrible,” said Calitz.Pelizzari, who holds dual South African-Italian citizenship, said they were happy to get their freedom back. Pelizzari, who said he came out of the ordeal a “new person”, told reporters that it would take a lifetime to repay everybody.Hitting back at their captors, he said what the pirates were doing needed to stop. He added that South Africa had created a rainbow nation and, as a country, it had to help others to do the same.Caltiz’s daughter Sam said their safe return was a miracle. “There are no words, it’s emotions, we are happy,” she said.Nkoana-Mashabane welcomed the couple, saying it was a happy moment. She assured the couple that no one would take their freedom away now that they were back in the country.The minister also took some time to express gratitude to both the Somali and Italian governments for their roles in securing the release of the couple.The instability in Somalia has exacerbated the growing scourge of piracy. Instability due to war and the absence of a functioning government have contributed to the worsening of the situation, while a lack of sustainable programmes for institution and capacity building also renders Somalia more vulnerable to natural disasters.Last year alone, 24 ships where hijacked in 134 piracy incidents off the Somali coast, according to the European Union Naval Force.Nkoana-Mashabane said Somalia, with the assistance of the international community, needed to evolve a developmental strategy that would a result in a prosperous and stable democracy.She also encouraged the families of those who were in similar situations not to give up.The couple is expected to debrief South African officials about their journey in the next few days.Source: BuaNewslast_img read more

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first_imgTags:#Google#Location#web A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…center_img curt hopkins Google is busy hiring 300 temporary workers at its Kirkland, Washington offices to help it make corrections to its maps. This undertaking is expected to last a year. Google has gained ground on its competitors, companies like Yahoo and Microsoft, by rolling out a series of map overlays for activities like walking and biking. But it has also registered plenty of exasperation from users encouraged to, for instance, bike through the White House.A Google spokesperson named Jordan told Seattle tech blog TechFlash that a lot of “the work will be focused on data management, said Newman. That includes keeping current on new business listings and the latest information on things like bike trails.”Google “is working with temporary staffing firms Randstad and Aerotek to find 300 ‘visual data specialists’ to improve the product.” 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

first_imgIvan Perisic admits it was painful missing out on Man Utd moveby Freddie Taylora month agoSend to a friendShare the loveBayern Munich winger Ivan Perisic has revealed it was “painful” to miss out on a move to Manchester United. The Croatian was on the cusp of being signed from Inter Milan by Jose Mourinho two years ago.”How close was I going there? Very close,” he told The Athletic . “It was an amazing thing for me when Jose called me. It was difficult to say no to him. In fact, I really, really wanted to join him and play for United.”It was a dream of mine to play in all the big leagues. But it didn’t happen. It was painful for me. But I don’t want to go into the details. I only found out myself the real reasons two years later.” About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

first_imgMathias Pogba dismisses claims Real Madrid midfielder Valverde superior to brother Paulby Paul Vegas16 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveMathias Pogba has dismissed claims that Real Madrid midfielder Federico Valverde is superior to brother Paul.Valverde’s recent emergence has prompted suggestions Real coach Zinedine Zidane may end his pursuit of Manchester United ace Paul Pogba.But CD Manchego striker Mathias believes Zidane could still do with his brother’s services, insisting the World Cup winner ‘is better’ than the youngster.“Of course [he’s better than Valverde],” Mathias said of his sibling during an appearance on El Chiringuito. “My brother is better than Valverde technically, and has better vision of the game.”He later added: “Right now, my brother is better.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more