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Hunting season closed: forestry officials say illegal hunters will be prosecuted

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first_img Tweet Photo credit:island-images.dominica-weekly.comThe Forestry and Wildlife Division says it is concerned about ongoing activities which regards to hunting of wildlife and fishing in fresh water streams. Acting Director of Forestry Ronald Charles said the hunting season is closed but reports indicate that some persons are breaking the law.He says it is an offence and persons should refrain from hunting outside the season.“The 2011 season for hunting and fishing is not yet opened. We want the public to remember that the season is still closed unless advised otherwise by the forestry division; we want to ask the pubic to resist the temptation and to refrain from taking wild life and or fishing without a permit,” he said.Charles says he is also concerned about the illegal killing of turtles on the island.“Turtles still come on the shore to lay their eggs and we have been receiving reports that they are being killed, particularly in the west coast this time of the year. The public is asked to be careful and to assist the division in the management of the country’s resources,” he said.Charles said it is the responsibility of every Dominican to protect our wildlife. Dominica Vibes News Share Sharing is caring! LocalNews Hunting season closed: forestry officials say illegal hunters will be prosecuted by: – September 16, 2011center_img Share 19 Views   no discussions Sharelast_img read more

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ICC World Cup PCB complains to ICC over ‘offensive’ India vs Pakistan World Cup commercial on sports channel

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first_imgNew Delhi: The irritated Pakistan Cricket Board has filed a complaint with the International Cricket Council (ICC) about a television commercial (TVC) by host broadcaster Star Sports which they have found ‘objectionable’.In fact, the ICC mandarins have had a quiet word with the broadcasters and told them about PCB’s objections with regards to the TVC. In fact, top BCCI officials are in knowledge of the issue but have stayed away as this doesn’t concern them.“Yes, Ehsan Mani on behalf of PCB has intimated the ICC raising objection on the content of the TVC. I am not sure if Mani has written a letter or had telephonic conversation, but we have come to know that an objection has been raised,” a senior BCCI official privy to the controversy told PTI on conditions of anonymity.In their build up to Sunday’s marquee World Cup encounter here, the Star Sports released a TVC, an extension of the infamous and crass ‘Mauka Mauka’ advertisement where the Indian fan terms himself as Pakistani fan’s ‘baap’ (father).In the commercial, a Bangladeshi fan can be seen asking a Pakistani fan about Sunday’s encounter. The Pakistani says that his ‘Abbu’ (father) used to tell him that one should keep trying and suddenly an Indian fan says “Maine kab kahaa” (When did I tell you?).It has been learnt that ICC has already spoken to the Star Sports on this issue. For the global body, the bigger issue is the build up to the Bangladesh game and they are expecting there won’t be any more TVCs that create unnecessary controversy.Meanwhile, representatives of an Indian channel had their accreditation cancelled for violating the ICC NRH (Non Rights Holders) clause.The match number 22 of the ICC World Cup 2019 to feature arch-rival India and Pakistan facing each other at the Emirates Old Trafford in Manchester. Statistically, India has an edge over Pakistan as they have never lost to them in any World Cup and the record still stands 6-0. (With inputs from PTI) For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

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Dorset pair are England Golf Trust champions

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first_img A pair of Dorset women golfers have won the national England Golf Trust stableford competition, which has raised over £5000 to support young people who need financial help to play the game.Sarah Holt and Sarah Lethbridge, from Sherborne (image © Leaderboard Photography), teamed up to score 47 points in the betterball final at King’s Norton Golf Club, Worcestershire.They won by two points from the team from Belton Woods, Lincolnshire, who took second place on countback from Redditch, Worcestershire. Fourth place went to Perranporth, Cornwall, on 41 points, also securing their spot on countback.The competition was designed to raise funds for the Trust which provides grants and bursaries for young men and women in education or aged up to 21. Over 100 clubs entered the competition, which began with a club qualifying round, and around 80 more also made donations to the Trust.Trustee Ian Watkins commented: “The competition and the support we have received has been brilliant. We’ve raised just over £5000 from entry fees and donations and that means around 30 grants for young people.”Sarah Holt, who plays off 16 (pictured left) said: “We’re absolutely delighted to win – and stunned! We didn’t really get into any trouble, but if one of us did the other scored well. We just dovetailed.”Sherborne are regular supporters of the Trust and Sarah Lethbridge, a 22-handicapper, added: “If raising money helps young people stay in golf and gets more people playing golf, it has to be good.”She took up golf about three years ago and says: “It keeps me sane! I’m a chef and I work very long hours, so golf gets me out in the fresh air and makes me shut off from my job.”Click here for more information about the England Golf Trust 17 Aug 2016 Dorset pair are England Golf Trust champions last_img read more

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Android Gaming Console OUYA Set To Ship At End Of June

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first_imgTags:#Android#Mobile Games#now Eager gamers have a new date to look forward to: June 25. That’s the day that the much-anticipated OUYA gaming console is set to begin shipping to consumers that have been waiting since last summer to try out the newest gaming platform running Google’s Android mobile operating system.[See Also: Ouya Is Finally Set To Ship To The Game Console’s Backers]OUYA set the Internet on fire last year when it began as a crowd funded Kickstarter campaign, blowing past expectations to raise $8.6 million dollars in funds to bring Android games to TV sets. Today the company announced that is going big. OUYA landed $15 million in funding from a variety of venture capital and technology companies, including NVIDIA and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.[See Also: Can Startup Ouya’s Crowd-Sourced Gaming Console Challenge Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo?]The funding will help OUYA scale to meet what has become massive demand for the console. This is the second time this year that shipments of OUYA have been delayed. Most Kickstarter backers were supposed to see their consoles arrive on March 28 and will now have to wait just a bit longer. [See Also: From Kickstarter to Target: Indie Ouya Gets Mainstream Retail Partners]“The message is clear: people want OUYA.  We first heard this from Kickstarter backers who provided more than $8 million to help us build OUYA, then from over 12,000 developers who have registered to make an OUYA game, next from retailers who are carrying OUYA online and soon on store shelves, and now from top pioneering investors,” said OUYA CEO Julie Uhrman.Are you awaiting your OUYA? Are you planning on building games for the console? Let us know in the comments.  4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App Related Posts 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex…center_img 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout readwrite 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People…last_img read more

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Nerd HQ Launches StarStudded Online Auction For Operation Smile

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first_imgNerd HQ invites you to join them in supporting children’s charity Operation Smile by bidding on select memorabilia and one-of-a-kind pieces that will earn you serious bragging rights with friends, while simultaneously providing life-changing surgery for children around the world.There’s a massive number of items going under the hammer, signed by stars such as Zachary Levi, Charlize Theron, Yvonne Strahovski, Stephen Amell, Dule Hill, Steven Moffat, Peter Capaldi, Karen Gillan, Alan Tudyk and more.The auction only runs until August 12, so get in quick. To view items and make a bid, click here.last_img

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