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Breaking: 22 year old man charged in court following Donegal crash

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first_imgA 22-year-old man from Cork has appeared in court following the death of a man outside Letterkenny.Henry Kiely, of Kilbarry Cottage, Old Mallow Road, was charged at a special sitting of Carrick on Shannon this afternoon. He was charged with two counts of dangerous driving, failing to remain at the scene of an accident and having no driving license and no insurance.He was remanded in custody to Castlerea prison and is to appear at Harristown court on 14th sept next.Garda William McConalogue gave evidence of arrest charge and caution and said the Garda investigation is ongoing and further, more serious, charges are anticipated.Mr Kiely was remanded in custody with consent to bail including an independent surety of €15,000.It follows a crash at Dooballagh on the main Letterkenny to Balybofey Road on Thursday evening.A Maza car was in collision with a Toyota Hilux jeep.A local man, 55-year-old Francie Browne, was critically injured in the crash and taken to Letterkenny University Hospital.He died from his injuries on Friday afternoon.Breaking: 22 year old man charged in court following Donegal crash was last modified: September 10th, 2018 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)last_img read more

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South Africa-China trade ties to strengthen

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first_imgMinister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, right, is already in China. (Image: Brand South Africa) Transport Minister S’bu Ndebele and President Jacob Zuma are part of the delegation to China. (Image: Bongani Nkosi) MEDIA CONTACTS • Kgomotso Molobi Chief Director for Public Diplomacy Department of International Relations and Cooperation +27 82 940 1647 or +27 12 351 0083  RELATED ARTICLES • SA opens at 2010 Expo Shanghai • Trade show to boost India-South Africa ties • China-Africa relations to deepen • SA, US tighten trade relationshipBongani NkosiThe South African government is seeking to bolster relations with China, the country’s largest trade partner.President Jacob Zuma will lead a delegation of government ministers, including Tina Joemat-Pettersson of agriculture and S’bu Ndebele of transport, and leading local business people to the Asian country on a state visit from 24 to 26 August 2010.Zuma is scheduled to meet the vice president of China, Xi Jinping; chairperson of its largest state department, the National People’s Congress, Wu Bangguo; and State Premier Wen Jiabao.The visit will involve “strengthening and broadening economic and commercial interaction between the two countries”, the Department of International Relations and Cooperation said in a statement.The main thrust of the trip is about expanding South-South trade relations between Africa and fast-growing economic superpowers like China, India and Brazil. A new Comprehensive Strategic Partnership between South Africa and China will be signed with a view “of deepening and broadening the current bilateral relations”, the department said.A number of memorandums of understanding (MoUs) will be signed between the two governments to strengthen cooperation in geology and mineral resources, environmental management, transport and railways.Business and investment contracts between South African and Chinese private companies will also be signed, according to the Department of International Relations and Cooperation. These agreements will be followed by a business seminar in Beijing involving more than 200 South African business leaders and entrepreneurs.Trade boomingTrade between South Africa and its Asian counterpart has grown by more than R100-billion (US$13.6-billion) since 1998, when full diplomatic relations were established.Total trade amounted to R119.7-billion ($16.3-billion) in 2009, which is a 2% growth from 2008’s total of R118-billion ($16-billion).China was named South Africa’s largest export destination at the beginning of 2009, surpassing the US. On the import side, it’s is also South Africa’s largest partner, “as economic and trade relations between the two countries have intensified”, according to the Department of International Relations and Cooperation.“Trade statistics with China continue to reflect the potential that exists for expanding the commercial relationship,” the department added.South Africa mainly exports wool, iron ore, steel ore and stainless steel to China, and imports electrical machinery, electronic equipment and textiles, among a range of other products.The government says bilateral ties between the two countries are “sound and cordial”, adding that they have been strengthened over the years through visits by ministers, premiers, business leaders and civil society from both nations.Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, who will accompany Zuma on this trip, also went on an official visit to China earlier 2010.Relations between the two are currently supported by more than 60 joint agreements such as MoUs and declarations.More exposure through Shanghai Expo South Africa’s image in China has been recently enhanced through the Shanghai World Expo. The country’s exhibition area has attracted more than 100-million visitors, according to the government, since the expo opened on 1 May. Taking place in Shanghai, China’s economic hub, the expo will run until 31 October.Exposure through the 2010 Fifa World Cup and the 10-year anniversary celebrations of SA-China relations in 2008 in China have also helped boost ties between the two nations.last_img read more

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Roads boost for business in Limpopo

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first_img9 October 2013 President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday unveiled the newly built R81 road linking the city of Polokwane and the rural town of Giyani in Limpopo province. Zuma said the government had invested R245-million in the construction of R81, which would make it quicker and easier to move people and goods between Polokwane and Giyani, which is not far from the Kruger National Park. Construction of the 61.5-kilometre stretch of road started in September 2010 and was completed in July this year, creating 455 jobs in the process. Zuma said he was also pleased with progress in the construction of the new R71 road between Polokwane and Tzaneen, the province’s second-largest town. “A broader road will be more passable and will lessen accidents, especially as we know that this road is used by a lot of the members of the Zion Christian Church in their pilgrimages to the church,” he said. The R71 leads to the Kruger National Park via the Phalaborwa gate, and will therefore allow for easier travel to tourist destinations in the province. The President said the government had prioritised the development of infrastructure to boost inclusive economic growth, create jobs and improve the living and working conditions of South Africans. “We want to create infrastructure that makes life easy everywhere, not just in the big cities. That is why we’ve upgraded roads here in Limpopo and in other parts of the country. South Africa spends about R10-billion to service and re-tar roads each year. To build one kilometre of new tarred road can cost up to R25-million. Source: SAnews.gov.zalast_img read more

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JAMAICA Beneficiaries Receive Keys to New Homes

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first_img Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Jamaica, February 27, 2018 – Montego Bay – Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, on Friday (February 23), handed over keys to contributors who have purchased one-bedroom units at The Estuary in Friendship, St. James.The scheme was developed under a joint venture arrangement between the National Housing Trust (NHT) and West Indies Home Contractors Limited.  When completed, The Estuary will comprise 1,500 units and supporting infrastructure on 254 acres of land.  The development is being done at a cost of $7 billion, and is targeted at low income earners.In his remarks, Mr. Holness said the NHT is on track to issue 8,000 mortgages for the 2017/18 financial year.“This is the highest it has done in any decade. You can see that the Government is being very effective in using an institution like the NHT to create housing solutions for the people,” he stated.The Prime Minister commented that the NHT was designed to promote formal home ownership in Jamaica, however “the challenge has always been to find a way to ensure that every Jamaican has access to this formal process”.“I have made it a point of duty to come to all of these ceremonies, whether it is groundbreaking or handing over, to prove the point that the Government of Jamaica can use the resources at its disposal in an efficient and effective way to achieve Government policy and to deliver benefits to the people in a timely way,” he added.Meanwhile, Mr. Holness has given the commitment that the roadway leading to the community.“There are plans already in place for the roads to be repaired and this will happen in short order. And you will notice, that not just here, but right across Jamaica, that the National Works Agency (NWA), has been conducting an island wide patching programme,” he stated.Release: JIS Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

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Ive achieved nothing yet Marcelo Bielsa plays down plaudits from Leeds

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first_imgLeeds United Coach Marcelo Bielsa claims he has not achieved anything spectacular to deserve the plaudits of the home fans.The Argentine who leads a quiet life has earned cult status for his impact in reawakening the players and a group of fans have released a charity single for Christmas called the Bielsa Rhapsody.Bielsa told Daily Mail:“I am thankful, but they give me importance I think I don’t deserve.“Affection is the maximum aspiration for human beings.“When you receive affection it is something you are very thankful for but we have to be very careful when we see the reasons as to why.Solskjaer reveals he plans to build his team around Pogba Manuel R. Medina – July 17, 2019 The Manchester United manager wants to end the speculation that the Frenchman is leaving the Red Devils.“In this case I don’t think I deserve the recognition I am getting.”Leeds will face promotion rivals Aston Villa on Sunday and Bielsa is hoping to replace Samuel Saiz who is reportedly being chased by Getafe.Bielsa added:“We have fewer players than at the beginning of the season but if new a player arrives he has to be better than what we already have.”last_img read more

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No animal slaughter on streets LGRD minster

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first_img-Local government, rural development and cooperatives minister Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain on Wednesday categorically said none would be allowed to slaughter their sacrificial animals on the roads, outside of selected places during the coming Eid-ul-Azha.“However, those who have proper drainage and other proper facilities in their own yards, can slaughter the animals there,” he added.Khandaker Mosharraf was addressing a programme at his secretariat office, on the plans and preparations of the city corporations regarding slaughtering the sacrificial animals and removal of wastage swiftly.Besides the city corporations and municipalities, all the district, upazila and union parishad administrations of the country this year have taken initiative to encourage people to slaughter their sacrificial animals at selected places.last_img read more

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Saudiled forces begin assault on Yemen port

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first_imgTerritorial control in Yemen on 12 June. Photo: AFPA Saudi-led coalition backing Yemen’s exiled government began an assault Wednesday morning on Yemen’s port city of Hodeida, a crucial battle in the 3-year-old conflict that aid agency warned could push the Arab world’s poorest country into further chaos.Before dawn, convoys of vehicles appeared to be heading toward the rebel-held city on the Red Sea, according to videos posted on social media. The sound of heavy, sustained gunfire clearly could be heard in the background.Saudi-owned satellite news channels later announced the battle had begun, citing military sources. State media in both Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates did not immediately acknowledge the assault.Forces loyal to Yemen’s exiled government and irregular fighters led by Emirati troops had neared Hodeida in recent days. The port is some 150 kilometers (90 miles) southwest of Sanaa, Yemen’s capital held by Shiite rebels known as Houthis.Emirati Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash earlier told French newspaper Le Figaro the deadline for a withdrawal from Hodeida by the Houthis expired early Wednesday morning.The United Nations and other aid groups already had pulled their international staff from Hodeida ahead of the rumored assault.Over 10,000 people have been killed in Yemen’s civil war. The Saudi-led coalition has been criticized for its airstrikes killing civilians. Meanwhile, the UN and Western nations say Iran has supplied the Houthis with weapons from assault rifles up to the ballistic missiles they have fired deep into Saudi Arabia, including at the capital, Riyadh.Before the war, over 70 per cent of Yemen’s food and fuel imports came through Hodeida, accounting for over 40 per cent of the nation’s customs income. The port remains crucial for incoming aid, food and medicine for a nation driven to the brink of famine by the conflict and a Saudi-led blockade.The UN says some 600,000 people live in and around Hodeida, and “as many as 250,000 people may lose everything- even their lives” in the assault.last_img read more

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