12 Views no discussions Share Share Sharing is caring! Tweet Share Staff and residents of the Northern District Home for the Aged has benefited from the charity of the Public Outreach Committee.The Public Outreach Committee, operating under the Establishment, Training and Personnel Department of Government Headquarters, on Friday donated a washing machine and built an outside sink for the Northern District Home for the Aged as part of giving back to the community.The contribution was planned by the committee among other activities leading up to Public Service Day in December this year.Malcolm St. Rose who is a member of the Public Outreach Committee made the official presentation.He said, “[This] is an opportunity for us as public officers to give. The Bible says, ‘To whom much is given, much is required’ and ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’ Therefore, public officers throughout the island came together and made cash donations to make this presentation possible for the residents of the Northern District Home for the Aged. On behalf of the Public Outreach Committee and public officers by extension, we present this washing machine to the establishment and we trust that it will be appreciated. We also pray for durability that it would serve them well for a long time.”Chairperson for the board of directors of the Northern District Home for the Aged, Augustus St. Jean received what he called a timely gift, with many thanks.“On behalf of the Northern District Home for the Aged board of directors, residents and staff, I want to thank the Public Service for their kind donation and gesture of love,” he said.Immediately following that action, the members of the Public Outreach Committee with shovels and pickaxes in hand commenced work on the outside sink.The donation was funded by contributions from public servants.The theme for the observance of Public Service Day 2012 is “Our Public Service: Transforming, Modernising, Positively Changing.”Government Information Service LocalNews Public servants make donation to senior home by: – July 16, 2012
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That depends, though, on the outcome of the public inquiry which was held last April and which has delayed the acquisition of the remaining property needed for the land to build the stadium. The club are waiting for a decision from Eric Pickles, the s ecretary of state for communities and local government, on the compulsory purchase order. Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy said: “We have fantastic, strong support. Our current 36,000-seater stadium sells out and the waiting list for season ticket holders is currently in excess of 47,000. “We cannot stress strongly enough how critical the new stadium is over the long term to these raised expectations. “We have the smallest capacity stadium of any club in the top 20 clubs in Europe, let alone the current top four Premier League clubs, and given we now operate within UEFA Financial Fair Play rules, an increased capacity stadium and associated revenues is fundamental to supporting the future ambitions and consistent achievement at the top of the game. “Our focus therefore is to continue to invest in and develop the squad – we shall not look to a summer of major upheaval, but rather to strengthen in key positions – to play the style of football for which we are famous – and to deliver the new stadium.” Spurs announced a profit for the year ending June 30, 2013 after tax and interest of £1.5million, having made a £4.3million loss in 2012. Tottenham have announced they could leave White Hart Lane for a new stadium in three years. In announcing their financial results, the club said their new stadium could open as early as the summer of 2017. A statement from Tottenham read: “It is a major development that will present ongoing challenges and, subject to these challenges being manageable, we anticipate going out to tender for construction late this year which will make a stadium opening date of summer 2017 feasible.” Press Association
Much of the hype around this weekend’s game against Syracuse has been focused on its location: MetLife Stadium, home of the world champion New York Giants and the media circus that is the New York Jets. But head coach Lane Kiffin stressed Thursday after the team’s final practice of the week that this trip was all about business.“It’s not about where you play, it’s about playing really well, regardless,” Kiffin said. “We’re flying there with one thing in mind and that’s to win the game and get back home.”Kiffin expressed a similar sentiment before last year’s first road game of the season against Arizona State in Tempe, AZ. The team showed its inexperience in that game, losing 43-22. Kiffin expects the team’s leaders to prevent a similar result this week.“Hopefully the young guys handle [the trip] really well,” Kiffin said. “We do have some senior leaders for them to learn from. Over the years, we’ve been a pretty good road team, and hopefully we’ll continue that.”In the Trojans’ season-opening victory over Hawaii, the team amassed 475 yards of offense, but gained just 81 yards rushing on 23 carries, good for 3.5 yards per rush. Despite the lack of production from the ground game, Kiffin does not plan on emphasizing the running attack.“We’re going to do the best thing to win, regardless of what that is,” Kiffin said. “Whether that’s throwing a bunch or running a bunch, whoever gets the touches gets the touches. But we need to get to 2-0.”The biggest challenge USC faces this week is Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib. In the Orange’s week one loss to Northwestern, Nassib obliterated school records with 44 completions and 65 pass attempts. A dual-threat quarterback, he completed 62.4% of his passes last season with 22 touchdowns and just nine interceptions.“He’s really, really good and extremely efficient,” Kiffin said. “Whether he’s completing balls or not taking sacks and making a few yards scrambling, he makes a ton of plays and does not make many mistakes.”The defensive lines for both teams will also be a huge factor in Saturday’s game. Syracuse’s front four, though undersized, present a tough matchup for the USC offensive line.“When you watch the film, you don’t realize [that they’re undersized] because they’re so strong,” Kiffin said. “They are very physical. We’re going to have our hands full.”On the other side of the ball, USC wants to get Syracuse in passing situations and put pressure on Nassib to make mistakes.“Getting them into some third and long situations is key,” Kiffin said. “[Our defensive backs] need to find a way to cover their guys long enough so we can get a pass rush.”When asked if his team viewed this game as an opportunity to extend the Pac-12’s brand to the east coast, Kiffin again preached that this was a business trip.“I think for our fans, our university, yes, it is important,” Kiffin said. “But for this team, no. I don’t even know for sure if these kids know where they’re playing. This is about the eleven guys out there executing very well, and that’s what we plan on doing.”
All the numbers suggested UCLA (19-3, 6-3) would thump USC (18-4, 5-4) on Wednesday night at the Galen Center, but the numbers were misleading.The Trojans’ 84-76 victory was an anomaly. Redshirt sophomore forward Shaqquan Aaron, the seventh man off USC’s bench, led the game in scoring with 23 points. He more than doubled the total from UCLA’s top two scorers this season, senior guard Bryce Alford and freshman forward TJ Leaf — the third and sixth top scorers in the Pac-12, respectively.“Shaqquan keeps getting better,” head coach Andy Enfield said. “He just made his mind up to play harder.”The Louisville transfer started the first 15 games this season, but a prolonged shooting slump plagued him. In USC’s last six games, Aaron started just once, averaging only 18.6 minutes per game. On Wednesday, he overcame his slump, sparking the Trojan offense with 14 points in 13 minutes in the first half. The Trojans were plus-18 with him on the court.Meanwhile, USC’s four freshmen committed one turnover while UCLA’s freshman trio gave up nine. UCLA freshman point guard Lonzo Ball, featured on the midseason Oscar Robertson National Player of the Year watchlist, committed a career-high seven turnovers. Entering the game, Ball had a 3.58 assist-to-turnover ratio — more than a full point better than any other Pac-12 guard. Yet, on Wednesday his ratio was 4-to-9 (.57).The Trojans also had five double-digit scorers compared to UCLA’s four. For only the third time this season, the Bruins had less double digit scorers than their foes. They are now 0-3 in those games.Bolstered by their high-scoring stars, USC notched 50 points in the first half for the first time this season. It was only the fourth half this season USC has eclipsed the 50-point mark in a half. Conversely, UCLA averages 93 points per game. Their 76 points was their tied-second lowest output this season.After falling behind 8-0, USC tried its zone defense.“It seemed to be working. We stuck with it the rest of the game. To hold them to 76 was an accomplishment,” Enfield said.Making buckets from behind the line gave the Trojans the offensive advantage. USC scored 42 points from 14 3-pointers, more than double its season average. UCLA scored 18 points from 3-point range, 45 percent under their season average of 33.“When your power forward is 6-foot-3, you better stretch the floor,” Enfield said. “You better make some threes.”His team lost the battle in the paint 42-24 but managed to win by sticking to the gameplan.“We had to play small and make some threes,” Enfield said. “Our point of emphasis was to contest the three.”His team tied its season high with 14 total. UCLA made only six of 20.Most surprising of all, freshman forward Harrison Henderson matched senior guard Bryce Alford with 3-point shots. When freshman forward Nick Rakocevic picked up his third foul with 2:02 to play in the first half, Enfield summoned Henderson.Henderson’s late first-half cameo was the freshman’s fifth Pac-12 appearance. When he swished a high-arching three from the corner, even the Galen announcer was stunned.“Eeeelijah Henderson!” he misspoke.Though Henderson did not play in the second half, his 3-point shot crescendoed USC’s late first-half run that established them as the team to beat.“Harrison Henderson deserves a lot of credit,” Enfield said. “He came in and wasn’t afraid of the moment.”In comparison, Alford’s 3-point shooting was a season low. The senior averages over 17 points per game and ranks ninth all-time in the Pac-12 with 284 3-point field goals. Entering the game he already had 18 percent more 3-point field goals (71) than second-best in the league, ASU’s Torian Graham (60). But on Wednesday, he shot 1-of-5 from deep and 1-of-7 overall.Prior to the game, USC’s 3-point defense ranked seventh in the Pac-12, and the Trojans had allowed 173 threes — tied second worst in the league with UCLA. In their previous two games, Arizona and Arizona State made 19 3-point buckets.The difference behind Wednesday’s deviations and the season’s standards might be traced to the capacity crowd at the Galen Center.“I just wish it was like this every night,” sophomore forward Chimezie Metu said.The Galen Center was averaging 3,693 patrons at 12 men’s basketball games prior to Wednesday’s event. Against UCLA, the arena was filled with 10,000-plus — just another anomaly.“The energy before the game and throughout the game was the best I’ve ever seen,” Enfield said. “I’ve been coaching for 22 years. It’s as good as any environment I’ve seen.”While the win counts as just one victory for the Trojans and one loss for the Bruins, Enfield hopes it means more to the fans.“I think [the win] means more for everyone in this building tonight,” Enfield said. “If you’re a USC fan, you can come here and have some fun. Any time you sell the Galen Center out and have all the students here and the fans, this is a big time college atmosphere.”A big-time college atmosphere deserves a big-time team. With recent wins versus Arizona State and UCLA, the Trojans are challenging college basketball’s West Coast hegemony. But to prove that Wednesday’s win was not a rarity, USC has a ways to go.
Submit Share A report commissioned by Finland’s National Institute for Health & Welfare (THL) has warned state-monopoly Veikkaus and media stakeholders that gambling advertising is not in-line with the nation’s public health interests.Speaking to national broadcaster Yle.fi, THL senior researcher Jani Selin stated that Veikkaus advertising messages had failed to convey the public health risks attached to gambling.“The advertising slogans of Veikkaus are at odds with public health communication. Veikkaus’ marketing sends very different messages than those about the dangers of gambling. They should be consistent and in keeping with the way that other harmful products are marketed,” Jani Selin detailed to Yle.Furthermore, Veikkaus position as state gambling monopoly has come under the scrutiny of Finland’s Social Affairs Ministry which detailed last month that the operator had failed to curb problem gambling rates, a key directive in Veikkaus absorbing RAY and Fintoto enterprises back in 2017.In its report, the THL urges the Finnish government to review Veikkaus €50 million advertising account, restricting the promotion of ‘high risk games’ and volume of Veikkaus advertising.Veikkaus Managing Director Velipekka Nummikoski would issue a statement defending the firm’s advertising practices, stating that Veikkaus has always followed a social mandate promoting low-risk ‘green games’.Nummikoski, detailed that problem gambling concerns should be attributed to foreign unlicensed operators, that could still target national consumers through multiple media channels, and that are not restricted public access by Finland’s legal frameworks. Veikkaus calls for early introduction of Finnish age verification measures August 28, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon Share Lottery leaders to address COVID-19 crisis at SBC Digital Summit April 17, 2020 Veikkaus seeks new wagering lead as Kauhanen departs to lead Finnish Hippos June 12, 2020
The Football Association has refused to comment on reports that England players used sleeping pills the night before their delayed World Cup qualifier against Poland.Roy Hodgson’s side were below their best as they battled to claim a 1-1 draw in Warsaw after the match was delayed by a day after heavy rain waterlogged the pitch on Tuesday night.Reports in a number of newspapers have suggested that England players used tablets to allow them to get to sleep on Tuesday night following the postponement.There were also claims the players required caffeine pills before Wednesday’s 5pm kick-off, however, the FA declined to comment when contacted by Press Association Sport on Thursday/Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand, who has 81 England caps, rubbished suggestions that the sleeping pills may have affected the England players’ performance.“What’s all the fuss with caffeine/sleeping tablets?? Players have used them for yrs before + after games without any fuss..,” he wrote on his Twitter page. Everton skipper Phil Neville also claimed that the use of sleeping pills on the night before a match was a standard practice.He wrote: “Throughout my career players have taken sleeping pills night be4 game and caffeine tablets day of game never been a problem in media be4.”
BEN’S DUCHESS SHARP FOR GRADE I LA BREABen’s Duchess seeks her first Grade I victory when she runs in the La Brea Stakes on opening day. The chestnut daughter of Munnings trained by John Sadler for Doubledown Stables, Inc. won the Grade III LA Woman Stakes in her most recent start on Oct. 4.“The La Brea is a tough race, but she’s doing real well,” Sadler said. “She’s a stakes winner, so she fits in the race. We wanted to run her at Del Mar but the race didn’t fill, so she’s been off nearly three months.“She’s training really, really well.”Ben’s Duchess worked five furlongs Monday in a bullet 58.40–best of 70 at the distance.She has never been out of the money in nine career starts, winning four with one second and four thirds, earning $222,936.The field for the La Brea, which goes as the seventh race: Birdatthewire, Mike Smith, 6-1; Hot City Girl, Jose Ortiz, 3-1; Cavorting, Irad Ortiz Jr., 5-2; Maybellene, Rafael Bejarano, 15-1; Lily Pod, Mario Gutierrez, 20-1; Ben’s Duchess, Joe Talamo, 3-1; Rattataptap, Tyler Baze, 12-1; Pleasant Tales, James Graham, 20-1; Moyo Honey, Drayden Van Dyke, 20-1; and Finest City, Gary Stevens, 8-1. OFF TRACK MIGHT RELIEVE PAIN AND MISERYPain and Misery’s only race on an off track resulted in a victory, so if it comes up mud in Saturday’s Grade I Malibu Stakes, it might enhance the chances of the Southwestern invader trained by Henry Dominguez for Black Gold Racing.The bad news is, the win came in a maiden allowance race at Zia Park, not in a Grade I at Santa Anita, which begins its 79th season of world-class racing Saturday.“The horse came in from New Mexico Sunday and he’s doing well,” said Henry’s brother, Caesar Dominguez, a fixture in California who has been training for 45 years.“The track was closed for training this morning due to rain, but we may take him to the track to jog later today. He ate up well and he loves the mud.”As to his younger brother, Caesar said with pride, “He’s more famous than Coca-Cola. He’s the man in New Mexico, one of the leading trainers, but he’s run many times in Southern California, especially at Del Mar. He always sends a string of horses there.”Henry, a native of El Paso, Texas, has been leading trainer at Zia Park in New Mexico the last three years and has won two of the last three titles at Sunland Park, also in the Land of Enchantment. He earned his spurs during a nine-year tour with D. Wayne Lukas.“Henry will be busy at Sunland Park Saturday,” Caesar said, “so I will saddle Pain and Misery for him in the Malibu. I’m ready for it, even though I’m 66 and Henry’s 55.“I’m older but I look younger (chuckling).”The field for the Malibu, race eight of nine: Pain and Misery, Tyler Baze, 20-1; Marking, Jose Lezcano, 5-2; Watershed, Joel Rosario, 4-1; Runhappy, Gary Stevens, 6-5; El Kabeir, Mike Smith, 8-1; Bad Read Sanchez, Mario Gutierrez, 30-1; and Lord Nelson, Rafael Bejarano, 5-1.Two additional graded stakes will be decided Opening Day, the Grade II Mathis Brothers Mile and the Grade III Daytona.First post time opening day is 12 noon. Admission gates open at 10 a.m. SHOWVIVOR RETURNS OPENING DAY AT SANTA ANITASanta Anita’s popular free online “Showvivor” will again be available to fans everywhere opening day, Saturday, Dec. 26.Showvivor will offer participating fans $5,000 in prize money, highlighted by a $2,500 top prize, to be awarded to the longest “show streak” over the course of Santa Anita’s Winter and Spring Meetings which will conclude in mid-July.Showvivor participants are required to select one horse from one race per racing day, and that horse must run no worse than third in order for the player to “Showvive.” If the player’s horse fails to finish 1-2-3, that individual is not eliminated, as he or she may start up a new streak the next racing day.The player with the longest show streak at the conclusion of the Spring Meet will be declared the winner of $2,500.Along with the longest “show streak” there are five separate ways to win, beginning Dec. 26: –SHOW STREAK The player who has the longest “show” or no-worse than third-place finish streak at the end of the Spring Meet will win the Grand Prize of $2,500. Players are advised that if they fail to make an online selection on a given day, their streak is still alive, but they will not receive credit for days missed. –WIN STREAK This carries a $1,000 prize and is intended to reward players who have selected the most consecutive first-place finishers. If a player fails to make a selection on a given day, his or her streak may continue, but the player will not receive credit for any days missed.–TOTAL WINS At the conclusion of the Spring Meet, the player with the most total wins will win a $500 prize.TOTAL PLACES This also carries a prize of $500 and rewards the player who selects the most total places (second-place finishes) through both the Winter and Spring meets.WIN PAYOUT At the end of the Spring Meet, the player who has tabbed the highest single-day win payout will be awarded $500.Fans are encouraged to sign up as early as possible at santaanita.com/showvivor, although registration will be available after Dec. 26. Daily online selections must be made no later than 10 minutes prior to first post time each racing day. For additional details, visit santaanita.com, or call (626) 574-RACE.FINISH LINES: Santa Anita will give away its popular full color Wall Calendar free on opening day to all fans at the track with paid admission while supplies last. The theme of the 2016 calendar is “What’s in a name,” describing how some Thoroughbreds come by their peculiar monikers . . . The first 20,000 paid attendees will receive a $100 Mathis Brothers Furniture gift certificate, and the first 5,000 kids 17 and under accompanied by a paid adult will get a plush, mini-Thoroughbred toy, courtesy of the Mathis Brothers . . . Santa Anita will offer an opening day Trackside Package that includes special trackside seating, a free first drink, and an officially licensed American Pharoah T-shirt commemorating the first-ever Grand Slam champion of horse racing. Use promo code PHAROAH for $5 off the package price . . . THERE WILL BE A $1 MILLION GUARANTEED POOL IN THE LATE PICK 4 OPENING DAY, and a $150,000 guaranteed pool on the Pick 6. Each Thursday, Friday and on holiday Mondays, there will be $300,000 guaranteed in the Late Pick 4, and Saturdays and Sundays, it will jump up to $500,000, while the Pick 6 guarantee will remain at $150,000 . . . Multiple stakes winner Taris, who worked four furlongs last Friday in 49.40, could make her next start in one of two races at Santa Anita. “We were happy with it,” trainer Simon Callaghan said of the work. “It was just an easy breeze. We’ll keep an eye on the (Grade II) Santa Monica at seven furlongs (Jan. 23), but more than likely, we’ll wait for the (Grade II) Santa Maria Stakes at a mile and a sixteenth on Feb. 13.” As for Kentucky Derby runner-up Firing Line, Callaghan said, “He’s tack-walking for a little bit longer. He looks great, I’m really happy with him, and we’re going to start training him in two weeks or so.” DIRT WOULD AID GROUND RULES IN MATHIS MILEOne trainer who wouldn’t mind the Mathis Brothers Mile coming off the turf Saturday is Cliff Sise Jr., conditioner of Ground Rules for owners/breeders Marty and Pam Wygod.A three-year-old son of Smart Strike, Ground Rules had an eventful start last out in the Let It Ride on turf at Del Mar Oct. 31, finishing a distant sixth.Otherwise, he has three solid efforts on dirt.“I entered hoping it would be run on dirt,” Sise said of Ground Rules, who scored his first win in a maiden allowance race on Santa Anita’s main track last June.The Kentucky-bred bay has two wins from six starts and seeks his first stakes win in the Mathis Brothers Mile.The field for the Mathis Brothers Mile: Ground Rules, Rafael Bejarano, 12-1; Perfectly Majestic, Kent Desormeaux, 12-1; Crittenden, Martin Garcia, 12-1; Professor Berns, Brice Blanc, 15-1; Soul Driver, Tyler Baze, 8-1; Mister Brightside, Mike Smith, 4-1; Acceptance, Alonso Quinonez, 12-1; Ike Walker, Victor Espinoza, 20-1; Vigilante, Joe Talamo, 6-1; Om, Gary Stevens, 5-2; Ocho Ocho Ocho, Santiago Gonzalez, 10-1; and Fueled by Bourbon, Joel Rosario, 10-1. ‘BUG BOY’ BRUNO HOPES TO FIND A HOME AT SANTA ANITA Among the world’s most famous Brunos are Bruno Sammartino, who held the World Wide Wrestling Federation championship for 11 straight years, and current pop icon Bruno Mars, singer, song writer and idol of countless music groupies.Sammartino, now 75 and long retired from the mat, was 5-10 and 265 pounds in his prime. Mars, 30, is 5-5 and 148.At 5-5 and 110 pounds, Bruno Panicucci doesn’t measure up to either in size or stature, but he’s working on it. Give him time.The 20-year-old apprentice jockey is of Italian ancestry but was born in Marseilles, France. He came to America to ride a year ago and a major goal was to meet and learn from two Hall of Fame jockeys, Mike Smith and Gary Stevens.Part of that mission has been gained, but Panicucci still has much to accomplish, and hurdles aside, he’ll get there,“When he first came here, I asked him how he was getting to the track every day,” said Brandon O’Bryan, who has been Panicucci’s agent since the Del Mar meet ended last summer. “Are you getting a ride, is someone picking you up, are you riding a bike, do you drive?” I would ask him.“He kind of stared at me like I was out of my mind and then pointed to the tack room. ‘I live there,’ he said. “He was living in a tack room. I thought he was kidding me but all the time, he was living right at the track.”Panicucci’s sponsor was trainer Leonard Powell, himself a native of France.“I rode four winners in France and three so far in the United States,” said Panicucci, who benefits from a seven-pound weight allowance.“He’s improving by working horses every day,” said O’Bryan. OH, BROTHER! THERE’S PAIN AND MISERY IN MALIBUBEN’S DUCHESS SET FOR GRADE I LA BREA STAKESGRASS NOT GREENER FOR SISE IN MATHIS MILE‘BUG BOY’ BRUNO IS READY TO MAKE HIS MARKWALL CALENDAR AND MORE FREE ON OPENING DAY
Outside the home, the UDA has seen the door in February, scoring two goals to Huesca (Villalba and Darwin), although these barely served to tie the particular goal difference to the Oscense team, and one in Soria (Juan Muñoz) to fish a point. Almeria has got stuck in the Stadium of the Mediterranean Games, where they have only defeated Oviedo in the last five games, falling in three of them.Overall, the rojiblancos have left thirteen of the last fifteen points in play in the competition, with Gutierrez being in the pillory. In the scoring aspect highlights the surprise of the category, Darwin Núñez, with a dozen goals, by the eight of Lazo and the seven of Juan Muñoz. Almeria has scored 21 goals in the Mediterranean and 25 as a visitor. Almeria is the top scorer without a goal. Taking a look at the figures of the classification, stand out the 46 goals of the set of José María Gutiérrez, who leads the table of top scorers with wide difference, adding four goals more than Zaragoza, seven more than Mirandés and eight more than Girona and Cádiz. However, the rojiblancos are drought in the Stadium of the Mediterranean Games, which He has not celebrated a goal from his team since January 16 when Darwin Núñez materialized his double against Oviedo.Since then the Almeria team does not get wet in his fief, which has caused him to leave the leadership (the defeat against Elche caused the Cádiz to be placed in second position) and that the direct ascent to the five units moves away. Those of José María Gutiérrez claudicated against Elche (0-2) and Racing (0-1), matching last Saturday in the soporific match against Fuenlabrada.