Watchdog savages Leeds tower

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Today is World Cancer Day

first_img Tweet Share Sharing is caring! Share 26 Views   no discussionscenter_img Today is World Cancer Day and the Dominica Cancer Society is calling each individual to be proactive about their health.Every year, the February 4th of is observed globally as World Cancer Day. The aim is to make people aware of this often-fatal disease and promote its prevention, detection and treatment.The campaign theme for 2019-2021 is ‘I am and I will’.President of the Dominica Cancer Society, Yvonne Alexander is deeply concerned about the increasing number of cancer diagnoses on island.She was speaking at a thanksgiving mas this past Sunday in Portsmouth.Alexander insists that cancer is not a death sentence and encourages regular checkup for early detection.“The Dominica Cancer Society once again encourages everyone to take personal responsibility for their health, she said.“Make healthy lifestyle choices including partaking in more natural foods with daily servings of fruit and vegetables,” she advised “engage in some form of regular physical activity, reduce stress because there are studies showing that stress can result in cancer diagnoses.Alexander adds, “Most importantly, make regular screening a part of your lifestyle. It is very discouraging to hear that there are women who have not had a pap smear in more than 10 years or who do not know how to do a breast self-exam.”She also spoke directly to men appealing to them to get regular prostate exams. InternationalLifestyleLocalNews Today is World Cancer Day by: – February 4, 2020 Sharelast_img read more

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Brandon Phillips

first_imgPaul Daugherty of the Cincinnati Enquirer recently had an article on the future of Brandon Phillips as a member of the Reds.  It was pointed out that Brandon has been the Reds regular second baseman for the past 11 years.  He is scheduled to make $14 million this year.As you probably know, the Reds wanted to trade Phillips last year to the Washington Nationals. However, he turned it down because he said they were not going to offer him a long-term contract.  He could do so because he is a 10 and 5-year player (10 years in the league and 5 years with the same team).  This year the Reds wanted to trade him to Atlanta so he could finish his career near his home in Georgia.  He turned that down, also.I agree with Mr. Daugherty in that Phillips is no longer a starting second baseman in the Reds plans for the future.  He has had a great career with Cincinnati, but when you are rebuilding you cannot afford to play someone making this kind of money. When you have younger players with the same ability but only have to pay them a fraction of what you have to pay Phillips, it doesn’t make sense.  Phillips was great, but his playing time is now limited.last_img read more

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Greensburg man arrested for misusing 911

first_imgGREENSBURG, Ind. — A Greensburg man has been arrested after a domestic altercation. According to police, Robert Beach, 49, is facing charges of Improper Use of 911 Service and False Informing.Police were called to the residence for a verbal domestic altercation. A witness told police that Beach calls 911 anytime he is intoxicated and agreed to stay apart.Less than 5 minutes later officers responded to a 911 call at the same address. Beach told officers he was on the phone with 911 and wouldn’t hang up. An officer informed Beach that he could be committing a crime by misusing 911 and then left.Around an hour later, officers returned to the residence from another 911 call. When officers investigated they found no crime and arrested Beach.last_img read more

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MTN FA Cup Trophy lands in Sekondi on Tuesday ahead of Sunday’s final

first_imgThe prestigious MTN FA Cup trophy is set to arrive in the Western regional capital Sekondi –Takoradi on Tuesday ahead of Sunday’s grand finale between reigning Champions Asante Kotoko and Medeama FC at the Sekondi Stadium, Essipong on Sunday August 30.Regional Football Association (WRFA) President Mr. Kojo Yankah will receive and officially welcome the trophy and the FA Cup Committee’s (FACC) delegation to the Western region.The WRFA President will then lead the delegation to the palace of Nana Kobina Nketsia V, Omanhene of the Essikadu Traditional Area to pay a courtesy call on him.Later in the day, the delegation will pay a courtesy call on the Regional Minister Hon. Paul Evans Aidoo at the Regional Coordinating Council to present the trophy and officially invite him to Sunday’s final match.On Wednesday, the FACC delegation will be in Kumasi to pay a courtesy call on the Life Patron of Asante Kotoko Otumfuo Osei Tutu II to officially inform him about the final match. There will be visits to other sponsors of Asante Kotoko and various media houses. Thursday will be the turn of the people of Tarkwa as the delegation will visit Osagyefo Dr. Kwamena Enimel V, Omanhene of Wassa Fiase Traditional area. This will also include visits to sponsors of Medeama SC and various media houses.Friday’s pre match press conference will also allow the media to interact with the two teams and to know how prepared they are for the finals.There will be a float through the principal streets of Sekondi-Takoradi on Saturday morning before the pre-match technical meeting set for 11:00 am.There will then be mandatory shake ups for both teams at the Sekondi Stadium between 4pm and 5pm before Sunday’s grand finals.Sunday’s clash will the second MTN FA Cup final between the two clubs in two years as Medeama beat Kotoko by a lone goal to lift the 2013 edition of the competition. And Sunday’s final promises to be exciting as Kotoko seeks for a revenge of that defeat while Medeama aim for a repeat of that feat.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

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FC Sarajevo Marks 68 Years of a Successful Football History

first_imgOn behalf of himself and the owner of the FC Sarajevo, Vincent Tan, the president of this club, Edis Kusturica, congratulated this anniversary to all people having the “dark red colour in their hearts”.“We are moving forward, with strength, we want a modern and organized Sarajevo, just as it is in Europe. We want to be proud of our success and of our club. I believe the year 2015 will be marked with our true values, the ones we have been fighting for in the period of these last three and a half years. We did a lot, which is obvious, but we want more, we want to do it even better. One of the main conditions for it is to contribute as much as possible to the club, it has to be our second family. We have to stick together because our club deserves it.” – was stated in the congratulation by Edis Kusturica.The FC Sarajevo was founded on October 24th 1946 in the big hall of the Gymnasium of Sarajevo when the teams of Udarnik and Ratnik connected into one team called Torpedo. Not long after that, Torpedo changes its name into Sarajevo and remains that way until today.Within the football league of ex-Yugoslavia the FC Sarajevo won twice the champion’s trophy which makes this club the most successful BH club at the former championship.FC Sarajevo won titles of the B&H champion as well, and during the last season they also won their recent trophy: the Cup of B&H. Besides national competitions, this club achieved great successes at the international scene as well during its 68 years long history. – was stated in the communication by the FC Sarajevo.(Source: read more

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