7 Atlético and City, in red on the calendarHazard, very aware of the importance of minimizing the impact on his physical of the injury, He has worked both in Valdebebas and off-site for it. The plan now is continue accumulating sessions with the presence of the ball, the last step before joining the group and definitely reintegrating into the routine of the rest of his teammates. For Hazard they have been almost two months without what he likes most, have a ball nearby, train with your teammates and play games. From all that moved him away an entrance to the right ankle excessively hard and at the wrong time of Meunier, curiously his partner in Belgium, at the Madrid-PSG Champions, on November 26. During this time, Eden and the medical services of the club have directed their efforts so that the attacker lost his form as little as possible, which was excellent until misfortune occurred. Yesterday, 58 days later, Hazard touched the ball again. It was in Valdebebas and still outside the group, but the image of the Belgian with the ball deluded Real Madrid and made the player happy. Eden was already optimistic last week, when he confessed to his surroundings that it looked much better and positivity was the main protagonist in his feelings. Hazard has in mind two mentioned appointments, the derby of February 1 at the Bernabéu and the round of 16 of the Champions League, on the 26th of the same month. Against Atleti pretends to have minutes, even starting from the bench. For the Guardiola team visit he wants to be, as if nothing had happened, at the level he had when he had to visit the infirmary. The night of the City does not want to miss anyone.
I turn: He alternated spectacular paradones with avoidable errors in Real Madrid’s goals, especially the first and second. But when he had to appear to impose himself in his area, in the discount, he did so with an overwhelming solvency, aborting any tie option of the white set.Gorosabel: He had to dance with the ugliest and exceeded with note the demanding marking on Vinicius. Imanol gave him confidence and did not disappoint. There is lateral with projection. He focused on his defensive work, but also helped in attack, although without being deep.Aritz Elustondo: A jabato, a gladiator. He fought everything, prevailed on almost everything. Very complicated match that solved with great intensity, generosity and character. It has a leader’s soul. Captain without bracelet.Le Normand: Another neat and error-free performance of French. Only a bad ball out at the beginning that led him to see an avoidable yellow. But he knew how to play with that handicap and win the majority of duels in which he measured himself with Benzema. It goes to more.Monreal: He started suffering, being late for all the balls, but then he remade himself and ended up closing his band well. He must have been closer to avoid some lateral centers that created a lot of danger. You need to catch the tone of league principles.Zubeldia: He ate Valverde. Literally. Great physical deployment and tactical sense to balance the center of the field. He lost the place in the final stretch of the first part and Real noticed. Tremendous your work in the final minutes. Merino: It’s a player scandal. It is of selection without loss of time. The lighthouse of the Real at the time of playing the ball. A show going down long balls to help in the long start when he pressed Madrid. He did not get tired of giving support to his teammates, he waddled without a ball and shone with him, until he scored 1-4.Ødegaard: It was not an easy match for the Norwegian, with all the lights pointing in the same direction. At first he felt he was overwhelmed by the pressure, but he went from less to more, always with his ability to sacrifice as the main argument. He scored 0-1 that he did not want to celebrate, he received a tremendous foul from Marcelo that forced him to leave the game early. I have just touched and it is doubt for the derby. He played conditioned by the discomfort itself very right thigh.Oyarzabal: The flag of this Real. He did not participate in the goals, but was in almost all situations of realistic danger. Unstoppable work in defensive tasks.Januzaj: The surprise at eleven, he needed to be more incisive in the one on one and take advantage of his tremendous individual quality. The 1-0 was generated by his band. Substitute for rest.Guevara: Good minutes to help sustain the final arreon of Real Madrid.Barrenetxea: This guy’s thing is already insulting. At the age of 18, the Bernabéu went out for a snack, something he did with a scandal move, leaving Nacho sitting and serving Alex Isak 1-3.Aihen Muñoz: Another warrior for the suffering of the end, even if he was not in his position.
GEELONG, Australia (CMC): West Indies opener Kraigg Brathwaite is hoping to continue his good form when he faces the rampaging Australians in the second Test of the ongoing series starting in Melbourne on Boxing Day. The 23-year-old made a boundary-studded 94 in the second innings of the first Test as the Windies lost at Hobart. It was a stand-out innings as he fell just short of what would have been a fifth Test century in the space of 18 months. He is looking to build on that and notch three figures when the two teams line up for the historic second Test at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground. “Playing in Australia is a dream come true. As a little boy growing up in Barbados, and when I went to Combermere School, you heard a lot about cricket and the huge significance of the Boxing Day Test match. Now I have the opportunity to play in the event. It is something I’m really looking forward to,” he said. “I’ve heard it’s a magnificent stadium and a lot about the history, and especially the West Indies’ rich history there as well. For me, this is one of the ‘big’ Test matches.” With West Indies sliding to defeat in Hobart, the right-handed Brathwaite launched an assault on Australia’s bowlers, hammering 13 fours and a six in a cameo 122-ball knock. Only bright spot The innings was the only bright spot for the tourists as they were dismissed for 148 to lose by an innings and 212 runs. “I played well in the second innings in Hobart and I felt I hit the ball really well. It’s all about getting a start here in Australia,” Brathwaite explained. “You have to give yourself a chance. You have to graft and dig in. I didn’t get a ‘start’ in the first innings, so I was determined to get a big score in the second innings. “I managed to get myself in and went on and played my shots. I was quite happy to get a score. I still want to keep working hard. It’s still about going out there and getting a start and going on.” Brathwaite’s four Test centuries have come in contrasting conditions. His maiden century was 129 against New Zealand in Trinidad in June 2014, followed by a career-best 212 against Bangladesh in St Vincent three months later. He then gathered a dogged 106 against South Africa in the Boxing Day Test last year while his fourth was 116 against England in Grenada in April. Despite the heavy loss in Hobart, Brathwaite said the mood in the camp remained upbeat as they prepared to face a Victoria XI at the Simonds Stadium in a two-day warm-up match tomorrow and Sunday. “We’ve had two sessions thus far, and the team spirit is quite good, and we just have to keep going from strength to strength,” Brathwaite said.
Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames Almost drowned by the big UP win were the Lady Tamaraws’ hard-earned 25-22, 25-27, 14-25, 25-22, 15-11 win over Adamson for the third Final Four berth.Bernadeth Pons scored 22 points and Celine Domingo delivered 18 for FEU, which booked a fourth straight appearance in the semifinals.The Lady Tamaraws are still on track for the twice-to-beat bonus, but that can only happen if they win their last two matches and the defending champion La Salle Lady Spikers and the Lady Eagles lose all of theirs.For Pons, making it to the Final Four was enough for the meantime.“We really tried to build our mental toughness,” said Pons, adding that the Lady Tamaraws specifically train for five-set scenarios.ADVERTISEMENT Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC The Lady Maroons outplayed the Lady Eagles in all departments to score their fifth win in 13 games in front of a big pro-Ateneo crowd.UP can still force a playoff for the last Final Four berth with a win against University of the East and must hope that National University and Adamson drop their remaining outings.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown“We needed this win to gain momentum for the next game,” said UP setter Rem Calling, who accounted for 21 excellent sets on top of three points.Ateneo, which has nailed a Final Four slot, was out-attacked (38-30), out-blocked (11-8) and out-served (7-1 in aces) by UP. Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil World Cup berth within spirited Malditas’ reach Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina LATEST STORIES Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident View comments Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netFar Eastern University rammed its way into the Final Four, but it was University of the Philippines that created a stir Saturday night.Playing with its life on the line, UP pulled off a stunning 28-26, 25-23, 26-24 upset of title-favorite Ateneo to keep its flickering semifinal hopes alive in the UAAP women’s volleyball at Mall of Asia Arena.ADVERTISEMENT
Dear Editor,It is clear, from recent news on Venezuela, what position the Venezuelans hold dear in their hearts as it concerns Essequibo.The recent establishment of a homestead in Essequibo for Venezuelan migrants is completely and totally against the best interest of national security. We must, as a nation, stay on guard against our declared enemy, and we must avoid being deceived into thinking that we have more opportunities to offer immigrants than their richer home countries.As is said by most, “Charity begins at home”, and it is unwise for us to open our borders, towns and villages to those who dislike us, while not taking care of our own citizens first and foremost. Our unemployment rate is such that we cannot afford to turn a blind eye to the plight of our own Guyanese people.It should also be noted that any immigration policy should be extremely selective, with a bias to the highly educated, who bring with them skills not found presently within our borders. In the case of the Haitians, we must keep in mind that their homeland has one of the highest cases of deforestation in the world, primarily due to illegal activities. Is this the type of cultural influence we want within our borders, especially given our position on sustainability? One would think the answer would be a resounding, ‘No!’These are some of the fundamental factors that our leaders need to consider going forward, if we are to ensure the security and development of our nation and its most important asset, “our people”Best regards,Jamil Changlee
Liberia’s Inter-Ministerial Concessions Committee (IMCC) is still reviewing the Mineral Development Agreement (MDA) for junior iron-ore developer Tawana Resources’ 100%-owned Mofe Creek project, the company reports. The MDA, which is a legally binding agreement outlining the technical, commercial, social and environmental commitments that need to be undertaken to build, operate and sustain a project within Liberia, would last for 25 years and would incorporate both the northern and southern tenements, as well as a potential early start-up project for direct shipping ore (DSO). The dual-listed company expected feedback from the IMCC by the end of the first quarter. Tawana further reported that its definitive port infrastructure cooperation agreement with Hong Kong-based miner Wisco Cad, at the Freeport of Monrovia, was also progressing. The agreement was based on the premise of gaining access to stockpiling and ship loading services during the early stages of the project’s development and proposed DSO start-up project. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Some 200 pensioners who turned up at the New Amsterdam Post Office on Monday last to receive their monthly pensions were treated to a delicious early morning meal by the New Amsterdam Mayor and Town Council.The Mayor of New Amsterdam, Winifred Heywood, told the Department of Public Information (DPI) that the feeding programme is an ongoing initiative by the municipality’s social committee; the meals and services were prepared to targetMayor of New Amsterdam, Winifred Heywoodmore pensioners as part of the town’s anniversary celebrations.Heywood said while this month’s outreach was executed solely by the municipality, they have collaborated before with business owners and stakeholders in New Amsterdam to fund the initiative.“Our senior citizens look forward to it and it’s a pleasure providing for them. This organisation will continue to work towards meeting the needs of the citizens of New Amsterdam,” Heywood reiterated.The Mayor thanked the New Amsterdam Prison Service for providing barbering services for the elderly. The senior folks also received skin care, manicure and pedicure treatments; compliments of students pursuing cosmetology at the Vrymens Erven Training Centre.Mayor Heywood further added that as part of the town’s anniversary activities, onSenior citizens receiving manicures from cosmetology students of the Vryman’s Erven Training CentreWednesday, a church service will be held at the New Amsterdam Town Hall and on Friday an inter-department domino tournament is expected to be hosted. She also disclosed that a brunch will be held on September 21, and the monies garnered will go towards offsetting expenses for other feeding programmes.
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Aine Ni Bhreisleain is the television anchor for TG4 in Co Donegal. A well-known Irish-language journalist, she has covered many of the county’s biggest news stories in recent years.What is your favourite place in Donegal and why? My favourite place has to be Inis Sionnaigh Island, just off the coast of Gweedore. It is the nicest island I have visited in Ireland with beautiful beaches, great for swimming and picnics and on a sunny day there is nowhere like it. The island has one cottage and I have been going there since I was a baby , so it has a lot of great memories for me .If you could change one thing about Donegal what would it be?Better roads!Who is the one person in Donegal that you look up to and why? I can’t pick one- so I would have to say my parentsDaniel O’Donnell or Packie Bonner?Daniel O’Donnell!What has been Donegal’s proudest moment in recent years?I think sporting achievements help to showcase a county, and Donegal has great supporters in all disciplines- probably winning the GAA Ulster final in 2011 was such a boost to the county- it left people on a highWhat was Donegal’s saddest moment? I think recent scandals regarding child abuse, both clerical and otherwise would have to be the lowest moments for the county.What is your favourite Donegal-made product?Simple Simon snacks !Who is Donegal’s greatest ambassador around the world and why? A tie between Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh, Daniel O’Donnell and Moya Brennan – they all promote the county in different ways, with Mairéad and Moya doing a lot for the language and the Gaeltacht areas in particular. They can reach so many people with their concerts , and do a lot for this countyWho is Donegal’s most successful businessperson in your opinion?Liam Ó Cuinneagáin, from Oideas Gael- He , along with Seosamh Watson made Irish classes for adults and complete beginners something very fun, interesting and profitable for the South West of the county. Gleann Cholmcille is always buzzing when the courses are on, and so many of the students come back time and time again from places like Japan, Germany and America . It seems like more than just a business to Liam and it invests something in the community,while using local heritage and amenities to keep the courses interesting .Most people would think running a business in a rural, remote loaction was crazy, but it has proven a great move.Who is your favourite Donegal sportsperson of all time?I can’t choose- too many greats in this county!What is your favourite Donegal restaurant?Danny Minnies in Annagry. It is a lovely location and the food is greatDonegal’s golden eagles or basking sharks?Golden eagles- as I have yet to see a basking shark in real life!Your nomination for Donegal’s most stylish person?The model Faye DinsmoreWhat is your favourite Donegal saying or expression?The use of the word ‘wild’ in sentences always stumps non Donegal people !Will Donegal win the All Ireland this year?We live in hope!What is your favourite Donegal food?Any local seafoodIs there anything that really annoys you about Donegal or its people?Begrudgery- although that could be an Irish trait in general!If you had a million euro to spend on improving something in Donegal, what would it be?It wouldn’t go far, but improving the roads would help !MY DONEGAL…….. WITH AINE NI BHREISLEAIN, TG4 was last modified: July 6th, 2012 by StephenShare 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:Aine Ni BhreisleainMY DONEGALTG4
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE‘Mame,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ composer Jerry Herman dies at 88 Depending on the ZIP code, median housing prices in southeastern Ventura County range from $565,000 in Simi Valley to more than $900,000 in parts of the Conejo Valley. In December the median price was above $700,000 in Moorpark and topped $800,000 in the Conejo Valley as a whole. But government and industry leaders say more affordable housing is needed for a wide variety of workers needed to sustain the community, including new teachers, nurses, law enforcement officers, and workers in the county’s thriving agriculture and biotechnology industries. Families in such communities as Thousand Oaks and Simi Valley often need two incomes in order to afford homes and even apartment rentals. Recent surveys show only about 13 percent of county residents can afford to buy a median-price home. And it would take an income of about $50,000 a year to afford a two-bedroom apartment with an average rent of more than $1,400 in the county, according to the Area Housing Authority of Ventura County. Douglas Tapking, executive director of the housing agency, said buyers of homes in the area are facing mortgage payments of thousands of dollars a month, which would require incomes of more than $100,000 a year. But Theune said new housing developments, apartments and housing complexes for senior citizens will help meet the demand. Even with the high median price, there are homes available in Simi Valley for around $500,000, Theune said, and one-bedroom condominiums starting at around $225,900. “With more inventory comes more affordability,” she said. Conejo Valley Median home price: $824,000 Simi Valley Median home price: $565,000 Moorpark Medium home price: $715,000160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Residents and businesses owners are drawn to the southeastern Ventura County area by its low crime rate, mild climate, abundant parkland and good schools – all selling points for people moving to Simi Valley, Moorpark and Thousand Oaks. “This is considered a safe, family-oriented area. It offers residents a small-community feeling with the benefits of a metropolitan area,” said Leah Theune of Troop Real Estate, a member of the Simi Valley/Moorpark Association of Realtors. “Simi Valley has really grown and come of age, especially with the addition of our new Simi Valley Town Center mall.” The 600,000-square-foot open-air regional shopping mall, anticipated for more than 20 years, was completed in 2005 north of Highway 118, between First Street and Erringer Road. As the area has become more developed and affluent, the demand for housing has made the county’s homes among the most expensive in Southern California, an increasing concern for employers trying to recruit employees from less expensive areas.