Wanted bulletin issued for Maverick DeAbreu

first_imgBenjai’s assaultThe Guyana Police Force on Monday issued a wanted bulletin for Maverick DeAbreu for questioning in relation to an attack on Trinidadian Soca sensation Rodney LeBlanc, also called Benjai, and Tiffany and Jamele Hubbard, which occurred outside a popular Main Street night spot on April 16, 2017.DeAbreu is also accused of discharging a loaded firearm at Ruimveldt, Georgetown.The 27-year-old man is accused of hitting LeBlanc to the face with a glass bottle, causing him to suffer severe injuries during an argument moments after the Soca artiste wrapped up a concert.While information remains sketchy about the circumstances surrounding the incident, Guyana Times understands there was indeed a heated argument between the Soca artiste, who was allegedly heavily intoxicated, and a taxi driver. It was reported that three of the six ladies who were with Benjai were leaning on the taxi driver’s car and although he asked them to desist from doing so, they continued.It was at this time, the artiste reportedly started to hit the back of the car with the bottle he had in his hand. Reports are the driver came out of his car and Benjai reportedly advanced towards him. However, after seeing the commotion outside, DeAbreu allegedly rushed out and dealt the singer one blow to his face with a bottle.It was reported that earlier in the night, Benjai had misbehaved with DeAbreu’s girlfriend. Meanwhile, the Police are asking anyone with information that may lead to the arrest of DeAbreu to contact them on telephone numbers 225-6411, 226-1389, or 911, or at the nearest police station.All information will be treated with the strictest confidence.last_img read more

Hydro tweaking highway realignment after First Nations voice concerns

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — BC Hydro says that it has made some changes to its plans for the realignment of Highway 29 west of Fort St. John.In response to an inquiry about BC Hydro’s reaction to a letter from Treaty 8 chiefs Roland Willson and Lynette Tsakoza to Premier Christy Clark, spokesperson Crystal Sharwood said that the design of the realignment in the Cache Creek area has been refined. Sharwood said that though there has been extensive archeological work, BC Hydro has not confirmed that there are any Aboriginal burial sites in the area of the project. However, she explained that the West Moberly and Prophet River First Nations notified BC Hydro about the location of a potential burial site in March, and that Hydro is meeting with members of the two First Nations this week.Sharwood added that in the area of the potential site, the design of the highway has been refined to mitigate impacts of the new road. “This includes lengthening the bridge by 50 metres to avoid ground disturbance of the potential burial site, and raising the height of the bridge to provide approximately two metres clearance above the specific site and therefore avoid disturbing the site,” stated Sharwood in an email.- Advertisement -Chief Roland Willson spoke with Energeticcity.ca last week, when he stated that he was concerned that the reason for Hydro’s choice of realignment over alternatives has not been released. When asked about Willson’s concerns, Sharwood stated that, “The realignment of Highway 29 at Cache Creek – including the preferred route – was reviewed as part of the federal-provincial environmental assessment process for Site C in the context of other routes that had been identified.”She also added that a list of documents outlining BC Hydro’s process for choosing the alignment is on the Site C project’s website. That link can be found here: https://www.sitecproject.com/sites/default/files/Info-Sheet-Highway-29-History-of-Cache-Creek-Realignment-Final_3.pdf.last_img read more

‘We’ll see the Yaya from two seasons ago’ – Pellegrini tips Toure to return to top form

first_imgManchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has tipped star midfielder Yaya Toure to return to his best form this season after opening the new Premier League campaign with a brace against West Brom.The Blues eased to a 3-0 win at the Hawthorns, with the Ivorian opening the scoring with a deflected shot off team-mate David Silva, before doubling their lead with wonderful curling effort inside the half-hour mark.Captain Vincent Kompany’s late header capped off a strong performance from the two-time champions and Pellegrini reckons, after a stuttering season last year, Toure will shine again following a dominant display.I always said last season it was a strange season for Yaya, he started with a lot of problems, the death of his brother, his agents”, said the Chilean.“I think he was not focused on what he had to do last year.“We spoke before the start of the season and I am very sure we will see the Yaya from two years ago. He is a very important player for us.“I don’t think Yaya deserved the amount of criticism he received last season.“He is an important player for us. It is very difficult for a player when you have so many problems.”Pellegrini also praised the efforts of £49million summer signing Raheem Sterling on his club debut.The former Liverpool man played 74 minutes but largely played second fiddle to City’s old guard before being replaced by Samir Nasri.Sterling had a few chances and was denied a debut goal by Baggies keeper Boaz Myhill when clean through, but but Pelegrini insisted he was happy with the 20-year-old’s contribution.The Blues boss added: “I’m not disappointed because Raheem played 70 minutes very well. It is not easy for him to play a new style with new teammates, he worked a lot and he had two clear chances.“If he continues to play like this I am sure he will be the player we bought.” Manchester City and Ivory Coast star Yaya Toure 1last_img read more


first_imgSchedule of MassesSt. Mary’s Church, Kincasslagh:Next WeekendSaturday @ 7.30 p.m.Sunday @ 10.00 a.m.Next weekMon, Tues, Wed, Thurs & Fri @ 10.00 a.m.St. Columba’s, BurtonportNext WeekendSaturday @ 6.30 p.m.Sunday @ 11.00 a.m.Next WeekMon, Tues, Thurs & Fri @ 10.00 a.m.Ash Wednesday @ 7.00 p.m.Lay Apostolate Prayer group 2nd Monday of the Month in the Oratory @ 6.30 p.m. All welcomeAdorationSt. Columba’s Church: Tues 10 am – 10 pmSt. Mary’s Church, Wed 10 am – 7 pm Anniversaries and MassesStC=St Columba’s. StM=St. Mary’sMary Breslin, Roshine Acres, Sat 9th, StCFred Sharkey, Sat 9th, StMMary & Patrick Sweeney, Bunawillian, Sun 10th, StMHughie & Grace Gallagher, Meenagowna and John Conaghan, Roshine, Sun 10th StCNan Duffy Currid, Inisfree, Mon 11th, StCJames Murray, Burtonport, Sat 16th, StCCatherine & John Gallagher, Station House Meenbannad, Sat 16th, StMThe Breen Family, Sunday 17th, StCDinny McCole, formerly of Lower Keadue who died recently in Kinross. Uncle of Mary Cowley and Hugh Ward, Keadue. Mass organised for Dinny on Wednesday 20th February in St Marys’ @ 7.00 p.m.Denis Gallagher, Knocknamona Park, Letterkenny, who died Wednesday. Nephew of the late Andrew Bonner, Cloughglass. Funeral Tuesday @ 11.00 a.m. in the Church of the Irish Martyrs, LetterkennySheila & Pat Keane,Tommy & Annie O’Donnell, whose anniversaries occur at this time.May they rest in peace.Fundraising EventsCaislean Oir, AnnagryQuiz on Wednesday @ 9.30 p.m. Proceeds in aid of FRIENDS OF LETTERKENNY ANGIOGRAM MACHINE. Team of 4, €20 per teamChurch Gate Collection in aid of the Special Olympics Ireland next weekend.Service of RemembranceLetterkenny General Hospital’s Annual Interdenominational Service of Remembrance for little babies who have died due to Stillbirth, Neo-Natal Death or Miscarriage will be held on Sunday 3rd March, 2013 in Conwal Parish Church (Cathedral Square) at 4 pm. All Welcome. Oil Painting ClassesIf anyone is interested in art classes for oils either on a Monday evening or Thursday evening from 7.30 until 10-00 in Mullaghduff Community Centre, please contact 086 396 0954St Patricks Day Celebrations in Burtonport.A meeting will take place in St Columba’s Community Centre, Acres, Burtonport on Thursday 14th of Feb @8 to put together a group to help organise the 9th annual “Community Celebration Of Irish Culture” on St Patricks day. Everyone welcome. In the meantime, the current committee are making their annual appeal for items they can use as prizes on the day. If you are in a position to donate a prize – some chocolates, flowers, a painting, a bottle of wine, a gift you have received but have no use for…we would be very grateful. Please let us know about the gift donation ASAP by ringing – 0863836546. We are also calling all traditional musicians in the area to consider sharing your talent with the community for a couple of hours on this day. All funds raised on the day go towards the Lifeboat appeal and the Burtonport festival. Thank you.Mullaghduff Band ReunionThe Band Committee would like to appeal to anyone who would previously have had flutes or uniforms to return them to the committee to facilitate the reunion on St. Patricks Day. Anyone who bought flutes in recent years and no longer use them please contact the committee who would be interested in buying them back.A meeting of the Community Alert Group will be held in St. Columba’s Community Centre on Monday 11th February 2013 at 8pm. All welcome. Anyone over the age of 65yrs who is interested in getting a panic alarm, should contact Tess Boyle on 074 9543181, Pat Crean on 0868163936 or Public Health Nurse Anne Sweeney on 074 95 42319. It is important that you get your name in early as application forms must be ordered soon.Acres NSWe are grateful to all the pupils, grandparents and special friends who helped to make our annual Grandparents Day such a success. To Fr Matt for blessing the crosses, Margaret and the community centre team for preparing the centre and serving the refreshments, all who gathered rushes, baked and provided food, thanks. Accord Pre Marriage Courses due to take place in the Pastoral Centre, Letterkenny8th & 9th March, 12th & 13th April, 10th & 11th May7th & 8th June. All courses run Friday evening 7-10pm & Saturday 10am-5pm. Course can be booked on line at www.accord.ie or 9122218.Parish RetreatThe Parishes of Kincasslagh, Dungloe and Falcarragh have come together to organise a retreat in Ards to help us celebrate the Year of Faith.It begins on Saturday 2nd March 2013., at 10.00 a.m. until 4.00 p.m. The theme is “Let there be Faith.” Conducted by Fr Kieron Shorten OFM Capuchin. The Cost €30 includes 3 course lunch and refreshments bus to and from Ards and the cost of the retreat itself. Please consider this opportunity as something you and a friend or friends can do you put yourself in the path of Gods Grace this lent. Please contact Fr. Pat at 074 9542006, 0862300620 or wardpat@eircom.net to book a place by Saturday February 23rd.Active Retirement GroupThere is a meeting in St. Columba’s Community Centre on Wednesday 13th February at 12.45 p.m. with a view to starting an active retirement group. Kevin Monaghan will be in Attendance. This is for both ladies and gentlemen in or around the age of 55.World day for the SickMonday is world day for the sick. There will be a Holy Hour in St. Columba’s Chapel in front of the Blessed Sacrament to pray for those who are ill among us. The sacrament of the sick will be distributed to those who wish it. The mood will be contemplative and quiet, putting ourselves in the path of the Lords healing grace. The hour will finish with benediction.As some of the sick cannot be present, we ask you to put their names into a basket at the foot of the altar as a way for bringing them present to the service of prayer. The names of the sick who are present can also be included.We remember all those who suffer, not merely those who are gravely ill, or even physically ill. We remember those who live with illness and those who ‘look well’. All can ask for Gods assistance in your difficulties. VisitationThe sick and housebound will be visited with Holy Communion this Thursday and Friday. If you know someone who can no longer get to Mass and would like to be visited with Holy Communion by the priest, please contact the parochial House at the above number.* DonegalDaily.com – Beware Cheap ImitationsFollow us on Twitter  – https://twitter.com/DonegalDailyDD LOCAL: KINCASSLAGH AND BURTONPORT PARISH NEWSLETTER was last modified: February 9th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:DD LOCAL: KINCASSLAGH AND BURTONPORT PARISH NEWSLETTERlast_img read more