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Tweet Share 10 Views no discussions LocalNews Unpaid salaries for truckers to be resolved soon by: – June 18, 2013 Truckers have been asked to hold on for at least two more weeksTruckers contracted to undertake work on phase two of the Melville Hall road project have to wait for at least two more weeks for overdue salary payments. The truckers who claim that they have not been paid salaries since January 2013, commenced industrial action three weeks after attempts to collect their salaries failed. On Monday 17th June the executive of the Dominica Tipper Truckers Association met with officials from the Ministry of Public Works including Public Works Minister Rayburn Blackmoore, permanent secretary in the Ministry of Public Works Lucienne Blackmoore and senior engineer Emile Lancelot.At that meeting they were informed that all funds for of the project have been exhausted.However, according to vice president of the Association Malcolm Reid, they were asked to “hold on for at least the end of this month” and assured that arrangement for additional funding for the project is being sought. Mr Reid explained the difficulty in obtaining payment is that the invoices must be sent to Martinique and that takes some time.“We would have had to go through the various agencies here through the consultant, etc., and then the documents would have been forwarded to Martinique where it would spend a long time – Martinique was the problem, then from Martinique to France then back to Martinique then come back to Dominica”, he explained. Contractor Jacques Ghardakhan is charged with the responsibility to pay to the truckers and not the government. Mr Reid stated that the new payment arrangements will allow for tranches of money to be logged in a bank in Dominica.“So when we have work and made our claims once we have satisfied the consultants or the contractors, then the funds will already be in Dominica for payment,” he explained. He also called on Mr Ghardakhan’s project manager to treat Dominican truckers fairly.“Jacques Ghardakhan’s project manager seems to have a beef with Dominican truckers and little petty personalities, and withholds information from us and does arbitrary stuff,” he said.Therefore, the Association will be meeting sometime today and tomorrow to discuss how this could be dealt with. He added that they will not condone any behavior that would cause problems for the Association and its members. “Some of us our loans have gone into arrears, we owe for tires and all kind of things so now that this thing is being fixed up”.He also noted that the meeting with Public Works officials went well and they “are happy it is resolving itself”. Meanwhile, president of the Association Earl Laudat said he is confident that government will resolve the matter in the quickest possible time. “The Minister at least set the cards on table. He was very unhappy that we have not gotten paid from since January. It was some sort of disbelief to everybody but that is the reality about it,” he noted.Mr said he clearly understands that the problem is not that of the government but that of the funding agency and contractor and called on Mr Ghardakhan to meet with truckers soon to discuss new working arrangements. Dominica Vibes News Share Sharing is caring! Share
DHAKA, Bangladesh (CMC) – Beleaguered West Indies were left needing a miracle to avoid a historic series defeat after yet again failing to survive a trial by spin, as Bangladesh took a stranglehold on the second and final Test after completely dominating the second day here yesterday.Behind Mahmudullah’s career-best 136, captain Shakib-al-Hasan’s 80 and an attacking 54 from Liton Das, Bangladesh piled up a mammoth 508 – their second highest-ever total against West Indies – before the innings folded half-hour after tea at the Shere Bangla National Stadium.Off-spinner Mehidy Hasan then snatched three for 36 while Shakib supported with two for 15 with his left-arm spin, to leave the West Indies innings in strife at 29 for five.It was left to rookie left-hander Shimron Hetmyer with an unbeaten 32 and wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich, on 17 not out, to save West Indies from total embarrassment and guide the innings to the close on 75 for five.The pair have so far added a gutsy 46 in an unbroken sixth-wicket stand and with the Windies still trailing by 433 runs, much will lie on their shoulders on today’s day three as the last recognised batsmen.Having suffered at the hands of the Bangladeshi spinners during their first Test defeat in Chittagong last weekend, West Indies fared little better in their attempt at redemption, as they were once again mesmerised by the slower bowlers.All five dismissals were bowled, marking the first time in 128 years bowlers had achieved the feat.Stand-in captain Kraigg Brathwaite’s wretched run continued when he fell to the sixth ball of the innings, bowled through the gate by Shakib without a run on the board.His left-handed opening partner Kieran Powell survived 15 deliveries before he too followed in similar fashion, bowled between bat and pad by Mehidy for four and Sunil Ambris’s charge at Shakib was as desperate as it was ambitious, as he missed the drive and was also bowled, for seven.Three balls later in the next over, Shai Hope’s 30-ball grind over 10 came to an end when he became the fourth bowled victim of the innings by one from Mehidy which crept from back of a length and hit the base of off-stump.When Roston Chase played down the wrong line first ball and lost his off-stump to Mehidy, West Indies were falling apart spectacularly.But as they did in the first Test, Hetmyer and Dowrich once again came to the Caribbean side’s rescue, resisting the Bangladeshi spin assault for the remainder of the session.The 21-year-old Hetmyer has so far struck three fours in a typically breezy 43-ball innings while Dowrich has opted for the sheet anchor role in a knock that has lasted 37 balls and included a single boundary.Hetmyer suffered a scare on 10 when he was adjudged lbw to 17-year-old off-spinner Nayeem Hasan before finding a reprieve courtesy DRS. He carried on seemingly unfazed, however, using his feet to the spinners and finding boundaries down the ground.Earlier, West Indies bowlers toiled in frustration as Bangladesh, starting the day on 259 for five, batted themselves into a near impregnable position.Mahmudullah, unbeaten on 31 at the start, produced a magnificent innings which spanned 6-¼ hours, 242 deliveries and included 10 fours.Pivotally, he stretched his overnight sixth-wicket stand with Shakib to 111, keeping West Indies without any early success and seeing Bangladesh past the 300-run mark.The left-handed Shakib played freely after resuming on 55, taking three consecutive boundaries off off-spinner Chase in the morning’s fourth over, before falling three overs later when he edged a loose drive at seamer Kemar Roach (2-61) and was caught at gully.That breakthrough failed to improve the Windies fortunes as Mahmudullah and Das combined in a 92-run, seventh-wicket partnership, which propelled Bangladesh to lunch on 387 for six.Das played with abandon, striking eight fours and a six in a 62-ball cameo, reaching lunch on 53 before finally perishing in the fourth over afterwards, bowled by off-spinner Brathwaite (2-57) missing a sweep.While Mehidy followed soon afterwards for 11, caught at the wicket off left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican (2-91), Mahmudullah provided even more pain for the Windies by anchoring a ninth-wicket 56-run with Taijul Islam (26) which pushed Bangladesh up to 471 for eight at tea.Mahmudullah, unbeaten on 75 at lunch, reached his third Test hundred 20 minutes before tea when he cut Chase to the point boundary.He was the last to fall, bowled by a full-length delivery from Warrican after being dropped by Hope at slip three balls earlier in the same over.BANGLADESH 1st innings (overnight 259 for five)Shadman Islam lbw b Bishoo 76Soumya Sarkar c Hope b Chase 19Mominul Haque c Chase b Roach 29Mohammad Mithun b Bishoo 29Shakib Al Hasan c Hope b Roach 80Mushfiqur Rahim b Lewis 14Mahmudullah b Warrican 136Liton Das b Brathwaite 54Mehidy Hasan c wkp. Dowrich b Warrican 18Taijul Islam c wkp. Dowrich b Brathwaite 26Nayeem Hasan not out 12Extras: (b-2, lb-8, w-1, nb-4) 15Total: (all out, 154 overs) 508Fall of wickets: 1-42, 2-87, 3-151, 4-161, 5-190, 6-301, 7-393, 8-416, 9-472.Bowling: Roach 25-4-61-2 (nb-1), Lewis 20-2-69-1 (w-1), Chase 28-0-111-1 Warrican 38-5-91-2, Bishoo 28-1-109-2 (nb-3), Brathwaite 15-0-57-2.WEST INDIES 1st inningsK. Brathwaite b Shakib 0K. Powell b Mehidy 4S. Hope b Mehidy 10S. Ambris b Shakib 7R. Chase b Mehidy 0S. Hetmyer not out 32S. Dowrich not out 17Extras: (b-4, lb-1) 5Total: (five wickets, 24 overs) 75Fall of wickets: 1-0, 2-6, 3-17, 4-20, 5-29.Bowling: Shakib 9-3-15-2, Mehidy 10-1-36-3, Nayeem 3-0-9-0, Taijul 1-0-10-0, Mahmudullah 1-1-0-0.Position: West Indies trail by 433 runs with five first-innings wickets in hand.
All Activity SI.com’s 16 worst dressed teams Members Sports Logos Jezus_Ghoti Lalalaloser Next Posted November 22, 2006 Location:Long Island, NY What the heck… THe Jags and Braves look cool. Posted November 22, 2006 2,171 Posted November 22, 2006 0 Chief. Members Share on other sites Forums Home The only ones I agreed with were the Bills, D-Rays and T-Wolves. Other than that, dude doesn’t know WTF he’s talking about. Doesn’t surprise me to hear that he’s an actual fashion critic… he’s used to giving props to crap that maybe 2% of the population would even want to wear. ZapRowsdower8 1,489 posts Chief. 156 2 Got you roasted like evah 0 doctorpeligro 347 posts 33,394 posts jOkeR Share on other sites DG_ThenNowForever 13,833 DG_ThenNowForever Location:Buffalo, NY Share this post 1 DrBear Share this post 0 Squeaks4 BBM Share on other sites Link to post Posted November 22, 2006 By ZapRowsdower8, November 22, 2006 in Sports Logo News All Activity Page 1 of 3 Go To Topic Listing ZapRowsdower8 0 Members Share on other sites 0 Members Link to post 186 Sports Logo News Share this post 0 Share on other sites Lalalaloser Posted November 22, 2006 SG30 Drew22 Posted November 22, 2006 TheStoicPaisano 14,053 posts Forums Home 0 Bemused member 4 Share on other sites 8 totc 251 Share this post Share this post Posted November 22, 2006 Posted November 22, 2006 Members 132 803 posts Link to post SportsLogos.Net Operator, number, please; it’s been so many years Share on other sites Link to post Bucks6thMan Posted November 22, 2006 2,171 Members We’ll get turned around soon. Favourite Logos:Florida State’s monograms and arrowhead | Late 90s/early 2000s Washington Capitals’ eagle | Coastal Carolina’s Chanticleer | Oklahoma State Cowboys | Tennessee Titans’ Fireball of Prometheus Members Followers 0 2,347 posts Members Posted November 22, 2006 Posted November 22, 2006 Link to post Share this post This montage is a complete mess. Another attempt to make hockey look dorkier than other sports. I don’t like it. 14 Location:Kansas City, MO Members doctorpeligro 1,083 100 posts HeShootseyScores Share on other sites Share on other sites Share on other sites 0 920 posts SI.com’s 16 worst dressed teams Prev Share on other sites 0 Share on other sites Share this post 0 0 2 Share on other sites 0 1 0 Share on other sites Share this post Share on other sites 0 Recommended Posts Link to post 1,083 Members 22 0 That was a neat feature, but the quips were annoying. So many of them could have been easily substituted for any other. I would have preferred to see actual reasoning as to why they were bad.I don’t especially love the Predators, but I don’t think it’s awful. And I agree with the above — the Devil Rays really isn’t bad at all. It’s actually kind of nice. 8 Members Less, but better. Location:Seattle http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/multimedi…/content.1.htmlHow can you put some of these teams on this list? The Wild, Coyotes, Panthers, Blue Jackets and Hurricanes all have great unis! Where is Buffalo? (Sabers, the Bills did make the list, thankfully.) One I know I am in the minority on, but still don’t believe should be on the list, the Devil Rays. Members So apparently the Islanders uniforms look like “A painted pumpkin on a pogo stick”.Um…Interesting….Anyway, there was little commentary, just snide and mostly pointless remarks from someone with no taste in sports design. If your going to criticize, then elaborate on it. He’s just proving he has no experience in this field. i don’t agree with half of these teams…more than half…14/16 of em.what’s so bad about the bills btw?Royal blue + Navy blue = crapThat among the overall design of the uniform which is tacky and unnecessary. Plus the throwbacks make the current uniform look even worse. Link to post 0 Location:About a mile from Lambeau Field 251 0 1,083 Location:PIT-IND-TB-IND-TB-PDX Share this post 3 Share this post 0 Members 1,990 posts The whole thing smacks of “hey, we’ve gotta have a photo collection so it looks like we have content other than Peter King! Let’s run some photos and make snarky comments that make no sense.”SI, you can do – and have done – better. 2,592 posts Share on other sites Buc 13,833 Members 0 Members 72 Posted November 22, 2006 Location:Nashville Posted November 22, 2006 SI . . . another stupid, negative, “list” of theirs . . . most are hockey. Shocking.SI is to hockey as MTV is to music. Jezus_Ghoti 1,514 posts 132 Link to post Squeaks4 13,833 Bucks6thMan 72 Share this post Share this post 14 Share this post Members Sign in to follow this I only agree with about half of them. I actually think the D-Rays and Wild look nice. I agree on the Bengals, Preds and Bills though. 0 HeShootseyScores 0 totc 156 Location:Somewhere on I-90 most likely Link to post Share on other sites 4 1,358 posts 2 Edited November 22, 2006 by Lalalaloser appleclock 0 Posted November 22, 2006 Link to post Share this post SG30 251 Buc Link to post Link to post Posted November 22, 2006 Posted November 22, 2006 0 156 Link to post 0 132 SI.com’s 16 worst dressed teams I know this is kind of off topic, but what makes the Buffalo Bills uniforms so bad. I think they look good when they are worn right, like blue jerseys with white pants and white jerseys with blue pants. Even the white on white isnt that bad. Other than the blue on blue look, i cant find anything wrong with the uniforms 22 Link to post Members 0 155 posts Link to post Posted November 22, 2006 Share this post Sports Logos 2 8 Chazberg TheStoicPaisano 3,239 posts 0 The Phoenix Coyotes? Honestly?Every hockey team on there isn’t bad at all, although NYI and Carolina could use a little bit of a change. Other than that its BS… SI sux 1 i don’t agree with half of these teams…more than half…14/16 of em.what’s so bad about the bills btw? Share on other sites 0 1 0 Prev DrBear Sports Logo News We’re gonna beat the hell out of you. appleclock 0 0 2 Next Location:Chicago, IL 0 Drew22 This topic is now closed to further replies. The Phoenix Coyotes? Honestly? Link to post 2,171 Link to post Posted November 22, 2006 That sounds like it was written by a snooty gay fashion designer who’s never watched a sporting event in his life, and I therefor take it with a grain of sand (even though I agree with most of the choices). These kind of people don’t get that some great uniforms don’t necessarily fit with what’s hip in the fashion world.Even worse. Mr. Blackwell is gay and snooty (and I’m assuming never watched a sporting event) but is merely a fashion critic. Link to post BBM Kinda going off-kilter here: not trying to polarize or politicize anything here, but in showing the CBJ’s and the Phoenix Coyotes (who, by the way, have some pretty darn fine sets, by the way), they showed a photo of Anson Carter, who I didn’t even know was still in the league. And in the very next photo, a black guy on the Coyotes. Not crying foul for showing brothas playin hockey and showing them in a “worst dressed” compilation (and whoever wrote this really needs to do some better research), I’m just saying it’s kinda cool to see the faces of these brothas. Bruh’s DO play hockey! I’m always down for diversification in an arena that’s perceived to have very little if none at all. It’s also why I like watching guys like Drew Bennet, Brian Finneran, Jeff Samardizja, Matt Jones, and Tim Dwight (if he’s still playing), because, well, let’s face it–not many white receivers in the NFL. And these is some TALENTED and VERY GOOD players (well Matt would be if he could hold on to a few more balls other than his own).Just my two cents on what popped into my head there.Okay, no back to the topic at hand: okay, the Bengals–yeah, I can go along with that. But the JAGS? What’s wrong with their look? Please–that’s one of the better ones in the NFL. What I wanna know is how he overlooked the Cardinals out west, or–even more blatantly obvious–how in the WORLD did he miss that mangled mess they’re wearing up there in Minnesota, the Vikings, that is???That’s what I wanna know… Members I believe in next year. 4 14 Share this post Location:Lebanon Ohio 1 (edited) 2,449 posts Chazberg Share this post Link to post Location:Boston, MA rtrich11 Share on other sites rtrich11 72 Tom Richards jOkeR Favourite Logos:Sabres Primary, the WEagle, Hartford Whalers Location:The East Coast…. of Wisconsin Posted November 22, 2006 A really poor effort from SI. 52 Share this post This montage is a complete mess. Another attempt to make hockey look dorkier than other sports. I don’t like it.Hockey is “dorkier” than other sports. 0 Share this post Piping Free 186 1,605 posts 257 posts Share on other sites Posted November 22, 2006 Members Location:AZ 186 Share this post 0 0 13,978 posts Sign in to follow this 22 Link to post So I think we all accept that this was a stupid feature that few would agree on. While there are some not-so-great looks on there, a lot of them were just maybe plain, like the Coyotes and Hurricanes. I would think they’d show him some more stuff that is polarizing, like the Bears’ orange, etc. Meh. Mr. Blackwell isn’t a lurker on this board, so whatever. The only ones I agreed with were the Bills, D-Rays and T-Wolves. Other than that, dude doesn’t know WTF he’s talking about. Doesn’t surprise me to hear that he’s an actual fashion critic… he’s used to giving props to crap that maybe 2% of the population would even want to wear.Evidently, he’s never seen the Providence Bruins: 52 Page 1 of 3 370 posts 1,110 posts Followers 0 That sounds like it was written by a snooty gay fashion designer who’s never watched a sporting event in his life, and I therefor take it with a grain of sand (even though I agree with most of the choices). These kind of people don’t get that some great uniforms don’t necessarily fit with what’s hip in the fashion world. 3 SportsLogos.Net Banned eags. 52 0