first_imgLimerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Previous articleWATCH: Highlights of Munster’s 30-5 win over CastresNext articleLimerick Boxers Sheehy & Casey are Belgian bound for international bouts Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie WhatsApp Twitter Email Linkedincenter_img NewsCrime & CourtScammers show no love in LimerickBy Staff Reporter – December 10, 2018 1296 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Facebook Advertisement GARDAI are warning of a “romance scam” that has hit Limerick in recent weeks.Crime Prevention officer Sergeant Ber Leetch said the scammer pretends to be interested in a romantic relationship with somebody they intend to defraud.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “It usually takes place on online dating websites, but these scammers can often use social media or email to make contact too.“If you believe that you have been targeted, you should stop all contact and, if possible, keep all communication and any other evidence that could help identify the fraudster.“You should then report the events to your local Garda Station and the site where the scammer first established contact. Let them know the scammer’s profile name and any other details that could help prevent others being scammed”. TAGSCrimelimerickscammers Printlast_img read more

first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (April 9, 2016)–Under true sloppy conditions at Santa Anita, favored Pacific Heat to charge a half mile from home and held on to win Saturday’s $200,000 Evening Jewel Stakes by 1 ¼ lengths under Flavien Prat. Trained by Peter Eurton, the 3-year-old filly by Unusual Heat got 6 ½ furlongs on 1:17.38.“I prefer a fair track,” said Prat. “She wasn’t really comfortable on this sloppy track today, but she has so much talent that didn’t even matter. Her talent made all the difference.”Off at 6-5 in a field of nine 3-year-old fillies bred or sired in California, Pacific Heat, who notched her third career stakes win, paid $4.40, $3.80 and $3.00. Owned by Sharon Alesia, Mike Burns Ciaglia Racing, LLC and Taylor Legan, Pacific Heat picked up $110,000 for the win, increasing her earnings to $366,280. She now has four wins from six starts.Longshot Run for Retts made a run at the winner, who raced erratically the final eighth, but had to settle for second, finishing a neck in front of Roo’s Valentine. Off at 15-1 with Tyler Baze, Run for Retts paid $11.20 and $6.20.Ridden by Martin Pedroza, Roo’s Valentine was off at 30-1 and paid $9.20 to show.Fractions on the race were 21.56, 44.48 and 1:10.30. EVENING JEWEL PART OF LUCRATIVE GOLDEN STATE SERIES FOR CALIFORNIA-BRED OR SIRED HORSESlast_img read more

first_img Preview Buy Tickets Live Stats PRAISE 940 AM San Diego retook the lead near the end of the second-quarter by a 11-yard touchdown pass by Lawrence and then made a 24-yard field goal to take a 17-7 lead in to the half. On Drake’s ensuing drive, Kraemer completed an 18-yard touchdown pass to Steven Doran to cut the Bulldogs’ deficit two a two possession a game after converting the two-point conversion, 31-15. Next Game: Box Score (PDF) “Steve is a battler and he has been in a little slump personally. I know he has been frustrated, but he came back and played big in a big game. He is a great receiver for us and he is going to get better and better,” said Fox. Full Schedule Roster San Diego’s offense went on to finish the game scoring on its next two drives for a final score of 45-15. The Toreros (7-2, 6-0 PFL) played a near flawless game as they didn’t turn the ball over, only committed three penalties and converted 11-of-15 on third-down, while recording 122 rushing yards. Defensively, San Diego limited the Bulldogs (5-4, 4-2 PFL) 240 yards of total offense (16 rushing and 224 passing). “San Diego played a whale of a game. They converted a lot of third downs and held on to the football. We were trying to get the football out and they did a great job of holding on to it. They also played great run defense and those were the keys to the game,” said Drake football head coach Rick Fox. “We said coming in that the team that runs the ball the best is going to be victorious and San Diego was able to do that and took care of the football.” SAN DIEGO, Calif. – San Diego used a 28-point second-half to top the Bulldogs, 45-15, Saturday afternoon at Torero Stadium. The Toreros opened the game with a nine-play 72-yard scoring drive, capped off by a seven-yard touchdown pass from Lawrence to Ross Dwelley. Box Score (HTML) The Bulldogs came right back and answered with a scoring drive of their own to make it a 7-7 game through the first-quarter. Senior quarterback Grant Kraemer orchestrated an 11-play 68-yard drive, topped off by a five-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Updegraff. Lawrence paced the Torero offense by completing 27-of-36 passes for 326 yards and four touchdowns, while 17 of his 27 completions went for a first-down. Defensively, Kieran Severa tallied a game-high 12 tackles (three solo), while Sean Lynch totaled 11 stops (six solo), including one for a loss. The Toreros went on to score on their first three drives of the second-half to extend its lead to 31-7. “We got a really really good defense, there’s no doubt about that. San Diego just got us today. We are going to bounce back,” said Fox. “He is a guy that makes great plays under pressure. I’m not sure if he is better in or out of the pocket, but he just finds receivers and those guys make plays,” said Fox about San Diego’s quarterback Anthony Lawrence. Listen Live Watch Live Story Links at Campbell 11/11/2017 – 12 p.m. Doran finished the game with a career-high 141 yards receiving on a team-best seven receptions. The Bulldogs travel to Buies Creek, N.C. on Saturday, Nov. 11 for their final road game of the season against Campbell. Kickoff is set for 12 p.m. CST.  Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

first_imgSAN FRANCISCO — Joe Panik made an All-Star team, earned a Gold Glove and won the 2014 World Series during a six-year tenure with the San Francisco Giants.After a significant decline at the plate, Panik lost his starting job at second base last week. On Tuesday, he lost his roster spot.The Giants announced they have designated Panik for assignment, effectively cutting ties with a former first-round draft pick and homegrown talent who was a significant part of the team’s core.Manager Bruce …last_img read more

first_img26 February 2014Tabling his 2014 Budget in Parliament in Cape Town on Wednesday, South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan announced a massive expenditure plan that will be anchored by the country’s National Development Plan (NDP).Gordhan said that government spending would be R1.25-trillion for the 2014/15 financial year, with consolidated non-interest spending increasing to R1.3-trillion by 2016/17 – an increase of about 2% per year over the next three years.Here’s a quick look at where the money will be going.Education and training will get the lion’s share, with an estimated allocation of R254-billion, followed by health (R146-billion) and social protection (R144-billion). Some R143-billion will go towards housing and community amenities, while R57-billion will be spent on employment and social security programmes.  About R10.3-billion will go towards manufacturing development incentives, while R15.2-billion will be set aside for economic competitiveness and support packages for job-creating businesses. A further R3.6-billion has been allocated for job creation in the country’s special economic zones.  R11-billion will be spent improving the country’s rail infrastructure, including new rolling stock and signalling upgrades.  R77-billion will be spent on primary healthcare services and a further R240-billion on public hospitals.  A total of R600-million has been allocated for the roll-out of a new vaccine against the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). Young girls at primary schools will be vaccinated from next month in order to prevent future development of cancer of the cervix.  R1-billion will be added to the conditional grant for HIV/Aids prevention and treatment to sustain the roll-out of the state’s free antiretroviral treatment programme. A total of 2.5-million South Africans are currently under treatment, and 500 000 new patients are expected to join the programme each year.  R19.3-billion will be spent on refurbishing clinics and hospitals, while R1.2-billion will be set aside for contracts of general practitioners, ahead of the full implementation of the country’s National Health Insurance.  Six metro municipalities have been targeted for a new grant of R300-million a year to build their capacity to plan for integrated human settlements.  R899.2-million has been set aside for the provinces to upgrade their sanitation infrastructure. Over the next two years, R1.9-billion will be spent on eradicating the bucket system, while R15.4-billion will be spent on regional bulk infrastructure over the next three years. Source: SAnews.gov.zalast_img read more

first_imgMOST READ Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City View comments SAN SEBASTIAN 79 – Bulanadi 14, Ilagan 14, Calma 12, Gayosa 9, Navarro 9, Calisaan 7, Capobres 7, Costelo 3, David 2, Mercado 2, Baetiong 0, Quipse 0, Valdez 0.Quarters: 20-19, 38-33, 60-52, 85-79. Kent Salado topped Arellano with 22 points, six assists, four rebounds, and two steals, but had to exit the game with 8:22 remaining after hyperextending his right leg after RK Ilagan fell on him on the rebound play.But Arellano got a huge boost from its other players, as Michael Cañete fired six of his 15 markers in the fourth quarter, to go with three boards, two dimes, and three steals, while Levi Dela Cruz had 10 points, two rebounds, two assists, and two steals.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“The first three quarters was laid down by Kent and we had a good start. So it was up to the others to help is and it’s high time for them to know how to close it without Kent,” said coach Jerry Codiñera.Zach Nicholls also stepped up, going 3-of-9 from three to collect nine markers, none bigger than his dagger trey from the left corner to push the Chiefs up, 83-72, in the final minute. For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president LATEST STORIES Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games PLAY LIST 01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games02:12San Beda, Lyceum early favorites ahead of NCAA Season 9300:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Read Nextcenter_img LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Ginebra, Meralco expect ‘tough, rough’ finals series to go the distance Michael Cañete. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netArellano stayed alive in the NCAA Season 93 men’s basketball tournament, stunning San Sebastian, 85-79, Tuesday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.In a precarious position of missing the Final Four, the Chiefs played to their full potential to force a fifth place tie with the Golden Stags at 7-9 and fan their playoff hopes as the elimination round nears the close.ADVERTISEMENT Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC “We made minor adjustments on our end. At first, I felt our team doesn’t really believe in team defense. But in the end, we helped each other out,” said the mentor.Allyn Bulanadi topped San Sebastian with 14 points and four rebounds, while Ilagan also got 14 markers in its third straight loss.Michael Calisaan also registered a double-double of 12 points and 13 rebounds, as the Golden Stags were denied of a chance to inch closer on securing a playoff for the last Final Four seat.The Scores:ARELLANO 85 – Salado 22, Cañete 15, Dela Cruz 10, Nicholls 9, Viloria 8, Abanes 6, Flores 4, Meca 4, Alcoriza 3, Concepcion 2, Enriquez 2, Taywan 0.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

first_imgA quick roundup of what’s hot around the globe this month. Choose from the hottest events, shows and happenings in the world of music, art, cinema, literature, sport, fashion, wine and food.India: March 01 to 07Thousands of disciples from across the globe make their way to Rishikesh, at the banks of the holy river Ganges, to participate at the International Yoga Festival organised by Parmarth Niketan Ashram. Here, you begin the day early, learn yoga from internationally acclaimed instructors and attend lectures on mind, body and soul. For more information, visit www.internationalyogafestival.comUSA: March 04 to 13From the gala opening night, film premieres to seminars, the Miami International Film Festival packs in everything a cinema lover craves. Dreams will be a key theme of the festival where films from over 40 countries will be screened. Hundreds of filmmakers, actors and writers attend this festival, so if you are in Miami, don’t skip this. For details, visit www.miamifilmfestival.comAustralia: March 04 to 14This year, the 10-day long Melbourne Food and Wine Festival is being held on a bigger scale where you can attend over 250 events. The most popular bistros, restaurants, famous chefs and winemakers join the lavish extravaganza and offer lip-smacking dishes and some of the finest wines from across the continent. For more information, visit www.melbournefoodandwine.com.auBrazil: March 05 to 08At the world’s most famous carnival–Rio Carnival–watch Brazilians dance, sing, party and let their hair down in a celebration that takes over the entire city. The elaborate costumes and floats at the Samba Parade, held over two days, make this the high point of the carnival. You can even get into a costume yourself and join one of the balls. For details, visit www.rio-carnival.netBahrain: March 11 to 13The Formula 1 Grand Prix race at Bahrain is an event that people in the city wait for anxiously. Here you can find racers speeding on a track that is designed in a desert. The entire circuit has got six individual tracks. It is a weekend full of fun, races, activities and lots of interesting food. To book your tickets, visit www.bahrain-grand-prix.comUAE: March 15 to 20Lose yourself in the world of books at the Abu Dhabi International Book Fair. If you happen to be there in mid March, you can interact with authors and get your books signed. But it is not only about books. The festival also has a line-up of events like a Creativity Corner for children, and a Show Kitchen, where chefs will showcase their skills. For more information, visit www.adbookfair.comItaly: March 20Taking part in Maratona di Roma is an interesting way of tracing history while you exercise your muscles. The 42-km marathon starts at the Colosseum and goes past Saint Peter’s Basilica, the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps. But if you don’t want to run the entire stretch, take part in the 4-km long fun race. Visit www.maratonadiroma.itIndia: March 21 to 23Consider yourself lucky if you are in Anandpur Sahib during Hola Mohalla when the entire town resonates with festivity. This is celebrated after the colourful festival of Holi. Join the procession that stops by the Gurudwara Anandpur Sahib to pay reverence. It’s great to watch local people engage in sword fighting, archery and horse riding.South Africa: March 25 to 26Swing to the tunes of jazz in South Africa’s hippest city at the annual Cape Town International Jazz Festival. Thousands of music lovers gather to enjoy performances by more than 40 jazz musicians making it the ultimate festival for the jazz connoisseur. For details, visit www.capetownjazzfest.comadvertisementlast_img read more

first_imgMichigan and Jumpman logo seen side by side.Jim Harbaugh is excited for Michigan to become a Nike school. Really excited, apparently.The Wolverines are holding a Nike kickoff event in Ann Arbor, Mich. tonight at The M Den, the school’s official merchandise dealer. Michigan’s $173 million contract with Nike starts at midnight and the store will begin to start selling Nike and Air Jordan gear at that time.Michigan has gone all-out for the start of the contract, holding a type of pep rally outside the store.Harbaugh has made an appearance and, in this video from ESPN’s Darren Rovell, you can watch him emphatically sing The Victors.Jim Harbaugh at @TheMDen an hour before store opens to sell 1st Michigan-Nike product pic.twitter.com/W1QrS75BzC— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) August 1, 2016Harbaugh is just the best.last_img read more

first_imgzoom Shipmanager Mjolner Shipping Holdings and merchant banking firm MID-SHIP Capital have created an oil tanker-focused investment fund via Mjolner Solutions, a Marshall Islands joint venture company. As explained, Solutions was formed to provide investors with access to vessel trading exposure in the crude tanker market.Mjolner and MID-SHIP, as general partners, will provide all services pertaining to Solutions, including commercial management, risk management, finance and investor relations.“Mjolner is excited about the expansion of services it can provide via the Mjolner Solutions platform. It has been a goal of ours since the formation of the company and we are pleased to partner with MID-SHIP Capital. The fund will complement our existing commercial management and pooling activities,” Kevin M. Wise, Mjolner’s President & CEO, said.“We believe today’s environment provides investors with an attractive opportunity to profitably capitalize on the inherent volatility of the crude tanker market,” Dean Fezza, MID-SHIP’s CEO, commented.New Jersey-based Mjolner Shipping is a marine asset manager that provides turnkey commercial solutions to owners, investors, refiners and traders.Headquartered in New York, MID-SHIP Capital provides principal and investment banking services to the energy, commodities and transportation sectors.last_img read more

first_imgOTTAWA – The federal government has unveiled new measures on intellectual property as it seeks to improve Canada’s performance in a critical area of the increasingly important ideas-based economy.Intellectual property, or IP, is about owning, protecting and making money from an idea in any sector through intangible assets like patents, trademarks and copyrights.In launching the government’s long-awaited strategy Thursday, Economic Development Minister Navdeep Bains called IP the most valuable business asset in the knowledge economy.In its recent budget, the Liberal government committed about $85 million over five years towards a strategy.Thursday’s release follows warnings that Canada has been a laggard on the international stage when it comes to IP development. Some industry and academic leaders say the country’s entrepreneurs, companies and the wider economy have been at a disadvantage, particularly when compared to big IP players like the United States and China.Only 10 per cent of small- and medium-sized businesses in Canada have IP and only nine per cent of them have IP strategies, Bains noted.Ottawa is also hoping to address what it calls “bad behaviour” in the country’s existing IP regime with help from legislative amendments to curb intimidation and inappropriate “trolling” of some businesses by patent holders.Here are several ways the federal government says it will improve the IP in Canada:— Stamping out misuse and eliminating barriers surrounding IP. The government is pledging to eliminate obstacles for innovative companies by amending key laws for patents, copyrights and trademarks. Proposed changes to the Patent Act would discourage IP owners from sending deceptive or vague notices to businesses alleging patent infringement. In the past, such notices have been used to unfairly intimidate firms and sometimes demand they pay settlements for alleged IP infringement. Under the changes, the government says settlement demands will be removed from the so-called notice-and-notice regime.“This was designed, really, as an educational measure — the idea that people would become more aware of the limits of copyright,” University of Ottawa law professor and IP expert Michael Geist said of the original purpose of the system. “It was never intended to be used to include settlement demands.”The proposed changes will also look to address the practice of “trademark squatting,” where people misuse the system by hanging onto a trademark they have no intention of using themselves, such as an internet domain name, to sell it at a later date for profit.— Better tools to expand the use of IP. Ottawa aims to give businesses the tools they need to pursue their own IP strategies. For example, it will provide $18.7 million over five years to help make the processes for dispute resolution and copyright tariffs cheaper and more efficient for IP owners and users. The government will also provide funds to help innovative Canadian firms leverage their IP — and increase revenues — by making sure their patented technologies comply with international standards. The plan has also provided more details about the creation of a new, $30-million patent collective, which was announced in the budget and will enable companies to pool and share their IP as well as their IP strategies.— Increasing awareness, literacy and sophistication surrounding IP. The plan also includes several ways to help Canadians better understand IP. Examples include $1 million over five years to support clinics that help law students lean more about IP, access to advisers and online tools to help demystify the IP process via the Canadian Intellectual Property Office. and $2 million over three years for surveys to gauge how well Canadians understand and use IP, with a focus on those less likely to use it such as female and Indigenous entrepreneurs.“They may seem small but their potential impact is huge,” said University of Windsor law professor Myra Tawfik, an expert on the subject who has been advocating for the IP law clinics for a long time.“We’re encouraging — especially on university campuses — students to come up with the next best idea that they’ll be able to commercialize and, of course, will then lead to Canada’s growth and prosperity. And yet we’re not providing them with the entire menu of resources and tools that they need — most especially, intellectual-property legal advice.”She said there are really only two law clinics in Canada that provide IP searches and advice, while in the U.S. there are hundreds.Overall, Tawfik said, the various measures in the IP strategy are “quite significant” and could help Canada catch up with other jurisdictions around the world.“You’ve got to recognize that none of these things have really been in place before (in Canada),” she said.Note to readers: This is a corrected story. An earlier version omitted Myra Tawfik’s first name and title.last_img read more