Warren Galtand’s tourists face the Super Rugby franchise in Dunedin on the back of tackling the competition’s dominant force, Crusaders, and beating them 12-3 on Saturday.Returning captain Warburton has not played the last two fixtures due to an ankle injury, while Biggar sat out the Crusaders win due to concussion.The skipper is joined by James Haskell and CJ Stander in the back row, while Iain Henderson replaces Maro Itoje at lock from the Lions’ last midweek match – a 22-16 defeat to Blues – to partner Courtney Lawes.TEAM ANNOUNCEMENT | @samwarburton_ returns to lead the Lions against @Highlanders#HIGvBIL info ️https://t.co/cxdkqLbkhj #LionsNZ2017pic.twitter.com/VU7ckFDw6a— British&Irish Lions (@lionsofficial) 11 June 2017Rhys Webb returns at scrum-half, while Ireland’s Jared Payne will start at full-back, with Robbie Henshaw and Jonathan Joseph in the centres. Jack Nowell is given another go on the wing despite struggling against the Blues, with Tommy Seymour lining up on the left.The front three of Joe Marler, Rory Best and Kyle Sinckler that started the first game of the tour will do so again on Tuesday.Gatland said: “At this stage of the tour everyone has had a start and as coaches we are happy that all the players have had a chance to put their hand up and perform in the Lions jersey.”Each game is a chance for individuals to shine but more importantly it’s about a collective performance. We are building some momentum and we have improved with every game.”We were obviously pleased with the win against the Crusaders, especially our defence and game management, but we know the Highlanders will be another massive test for us as a squad.”Highlanders will be missing All Blacks Ben Smith and Aaron Smith for the clash, but New Zealand international trio Malakai Fekitoa, Waisake Naholo and Lima Sopoaga will get a look at the Lions.Here’s #YOURLanders to take on the @lionsofficial on Tuesday! #HighlandersANDyou pic.twitter.com/evRc2lXxZY— The Highlanders (@Highlanders) June 11, 2017British and Irish Lions: Jared Payne, Jack Nowell, Jonathan Joseph, Robbie Henshaw, Tommy Seymour, Dan Biggar, Rhys Webb; Joe Marler, Rory Best, Kyle Sinckler, Courtney Lawes, Iain Henderson, James Haskell, Sam Warburton, CJ Stander.Replacements: Ken Owens, Jack McGrath, Dan Cole, Alun Wyn Jones, Justin Tipuric, Greig Laidlaw, Owen Farrell, Elliot Daly.Highlanders: Richard Buckman, Waisake Naholo, Malakai Fekitoa, Teihorangi Walden, Tevita Li, Lima Sopoaga, Kayne Hammington; Daniel Lienert-Brown, Liam Coltman, Siate Tokolahi, Alex Ainley, Jackson Hemopo, Gareth Evans, Dillon Hunt, Luke Whitelock.Replacements: Greg Pleasants-Tate, Aki Seiuli, Siosuia Halanukonuka, Josh Dickson, Jimmy Lentjes, Josh Renton, Marty Banks, Patrick Osborne.
WhatsApp is one of the most used applications by people of all agesIt allows us to be in touch with our loved ones from anywhere One of the applications most used by people of all ages is WhatsApp. This instant messaging application allows us to be in touch with our loved ones from any corner and at any time of the day. With this app we can send messages, audio notes or even make video calls, but there are people who go further and use it even to make the shopping list. The shopping list is a resource that has been used for years. With it, we can go to the supermarket without fear of forgetting anything and without buying more than we need. Although we generally associate the shopping list with a paper in which we write by hand all the products we need in our home, it is not uncommon to think of people who use the mobile to create it. The mobile is already a must in our day to day and having the shopping list on it, assures us of not forgetting to take the list to the supermarket. Using WhatsApp to write down the products we need may seem strange, but if we stop to think about it it is really convenient and practical. The trick to use WhatsApp as a shopping listWhatsapp is an application that we use every day and to which we are accustomed. Everyone knows how to use the application and in most cases we have it very well located on our mobile. In addition, by always carrying the phone, if we remember something we need for home, we can write it at any time and place. Using WhatsApp as a shopping list is really the easiest. You just have to create a chat group, include some of our contacts and then eject it and get a complete chat for us, where to write all the products we need for home. Image: iStock
In relation to physiotherapy treatments during this period of time; if necessary, it is advised that they are always carried out with the required security measures established by the health authorities.Regarding the competition calendar as this union has always defended, it is essential that footballers have at least 72 hours from the dispute of the last match. Both AFE and FIFPRO, the world union of soccer players, consider it a priority to respect these deadlines to ensure the health, safety and integrity of the soccer player.This union is going to be very rigorous so that both the calendar and the times in which the matches are played are subject to the health factor. Just as a few months ago we promoted the creation of a health delegate in all fields of play, we consider essential the figure of a person responsible for occupational risks, given the current situation. ”Likewise, just as it was AFE on March 9 who first requested the suspension of the competition alerted by our colleagues from the Italian footballers union, now we urge the government authorities to take the necessary coordination measures and sufficient guarantees, to avoid chaos on the way back to training and competition and the possible immediate stop of the same in the cases of new positives.AFE has reinforced the channels of attention and communication with its affiliates and affiliates, and has insisted that the return to competition only take place after the express authorization of the health authorities. In this sense, The Association of Spanish Soccer Players maintains contacts with the National Institute for Safety and Health at Work of the Ministry of Labor and Social Economy, and with the Ministry of Health, and has begun a round of meetings with the different political parties with parliamentary representation. “ The AFE has sent a statement on the return to work after the health crisis that Spain suffers and recommends not to do it until “the health authorities establish it and the restrictions are lifted that legally allow the displacement to the place of training, not before ”.He also points out that the return to work “it will necessarily require a minimum time of rehabilitation and physical preparation collective before restarting the competition. A reconditioning period to minimize the risk of injury, which should be between 15 to 20 days approximately“The note is completed with a series of demands from the union:“After the confinement and before resuming concentration and competition, they must undergo a medical examination that includes tests for COVID-19. They would also be recommended, stress tests, an echocardiogram and spirometry, and temperature controls before starting workouts.In the event that a player tests positive, the protocol must be activated and the measures established by the health and government authorities.In order to avoid possible infections, it is recommended prohibit entry to sports facilities to any unauthorized person and outside the team, as well as the ingestion of any food, drink or supplements in the locker room, other than that established by the club or the medical services, is not recommended.It is also recommended, avoid signing autographs, photographs and face-to-face interviews, to minimize the possible risk of contagion.It will be mandatory for clubs to have a specialist disinfection company and have sufficient supplies of individual protection material, as well as hydroalcoholic gels for hand disinfection at its facilities.
The Cabinet has endorsed the National Investment Commission’s Public-Private Partnership Policy with a suggestion for additional input by the Ministry of Justice.The cabinet made the endorsement at a meeting held recently in Monrovia, the Executive Mansion said in a release.On disseminating new regulations on the missing Liberian Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) biometric passports, the Cabinet mandated the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Justice to conduct independent studies on whether the proposed regulations fully meet international standards and are in line with legal requirements.The Cabinet also mandated the two ministries to work with the Ministry of Transport to resolve a few outstanding issues including an update of license plates for motor vehicles.Also following the Civil Service Agency’s update on Contributory Pension Scheme, the cabinet noted that it is an area that has long been lacking in our governance structure. It also suggested that more time was needed to make substantive proposals on the way forward.On performance updates from the High Level Committee Secretariat on the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by the just-ended 70th Session of the UN General Assembly, the Cabinet endorsed the recommendations to hold a roundtable meeting bringing in all the stakeholders, including the National Legislature, civil society, media, and what role they can play to customize the document by determining targets aligned with the country’s Agenda for Transformation.The Cabinet also suggested that a Secretariat be established to modify the document and follow-up with its implementation.On the initiative to pave 51 kilometres of roads in Montserrado County and its environs, the Cabinet also endorsed the initiative, but urged the Ministry of Public Works to work with the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning, Public Procurement and Concessions Commission, and other stakeholders to thrash out all the bottlenecks for the smooth implementation of the projects beginning this dry season.Meanwhile, the Cabinet has endorsed the establishment of a Presidential Taskforce on City Beautification that will be chaired by the Director-General of the General Services Agency, Mary T. Broh.Other members on the committee are representatives from the Ministries of Internal Affairs, Youth and Sports, Information, Finance and Development Planning and the Liberia National Police.Other representatives are the mayors of all the cities as well as district commissioners across the country.They have a one month mandate running from November 15 to December 15, 2015.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
– Advertisement – Kobazzie is not just an ordinary artist. He is a hit maker who, since entering the music scene about two years ago, has been blasting the city with banger after banger, which fans love. His music fuses Afrobeat and dancehall to give people that unique sound that makes them feel happy and dance to take their stress away.Yes, indeed, Kobazzie is a talented artist who has mastered his craft very well since he became obsessed with music at a tender age. From “Sleep for what” to “Drink on Me,” his songs continue to rock nightclubs and entertainment spots in every neighborhood.The artist, who just returned from a business trip to Sweden, talks about his personal growth, his perspective on the industry and more, in the following LIB Life interview…LIB Life: Welcome back to Liberia. It is a pleasure to have you here. Can you tell us little about you trip in Sweden?KO: The trip was good. I went there to build relationships with international and credible music producers and marketers in order to help my music cross borders. So in a nutshell, the trip was amazing.LIB Life: Are you working on anything currently?KO: Yeah, I’m cooking something new right now which will be added to my debut album titled, ‘Drink on Me.’ The album will be drop either next month or the following month.Oh snap, I just leaked the album title! No problem. But all I can promise you is that the fans’ favorite songs will be on the album.LIB Life: Wow, we cannot wait for it! How is your relationship with your former record label Bilikon Entertainment?KO: Man, I still have a good relationship with the team. We talk often and we still remain family. I don’t hold any grudge any against any member of the team. Trust me, we are cool.LIB Life: After you were let go by Bilikon, in about a week’s time you dropped the song “Shout Out,” which people consider a beef track aimed at the your former label. Is this true?KO: No, this not true. The song was cooked up a long time before the breakup. I’m not a beef artist and under no condition will I do that. I respect Bilikon Entertainment and we are blood. The song was meant for people who don’t know anything about me and they just talk.LIB Life: What your regret since the breakup with Bilikon?KO: Yo man, I have lots of regrets. First of all, I actually wanted to stay with the record label but things just turned bad. I still feel hurt to be disassociated with some of my besties who are still part of the record label. We talk, but not like before.Secondly, I’m still hurt by the words that were used when the breakup was announced. It really hurt me; and I find it difficult to get over it. Matter of fact, the breakup news came to me by surprise.Although I don’t hate anyone at the record label, I’m hurt by the way the breakup was announced. I was never consulted.Lastly, I now regret the time spent with the label, which was not really profitable for me because I was not getting more benefits from my work. I regret working without any legal contract with the label, but that’s life, you learn, you grow!LIB Life: Thanks for the last interview. Any last words?KO: Just to tell my fans thanks for the support.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Kobazzie
PALMDALE – A last-minute entry into a music contest paid off to the tune of $10,000 for the Antelope Valley band The Future. The group emerged with the top prize in the “Music from Home” program created by the development company SunCal, which is building the massive 10,600-acre Ritter Ranch project in the foothills of Palmdale. The contest was intended to support artistic development in the Antelope Valley. “It’s nice to have that support, especially when it’s for where you’re from,” said Chris Nelson, who co-founded The Future with longtime friend Matt Smyles. “We have to be thankful.” Band members plan to re-invest the prize money into their music, possibly printing up CDs to sell to fans at shows and on the Web. “Now we can print a lot of CDs without worrying about paying rent,” Smyles said. “Having CDs to send out will be great.” Tipped off by a friend about the contest, the band submitted two songs for consideration as the deadline for entries loomed. “It was kind of a shot in the dark,” Smyles said. “We thought we had submitted way too late.” The band members’ hopes started to rise, however, when they began receiving calls, the first to arrange an in-person interview and then a couple of follow-up phone interviews. “When we kept getting calls we thought: We have a shot at this,” Smyles said. Their winning entries were an acoustic rock number called “Where Did She Go?” and “Neon Signs,” more of a straight rock song. The songs can be heard at www.ritterranchlife.com/music_from_home. “We play everything from soft, acoustic rock to loud, kind of punk rock,” Nelson said. “We picked a couple of songs that people seem to respond to.” SunCal described The Future’s music as “literate, polished indie rock.” SunCal created the “Music from Home” program as a way to build a sense of community, said David Soyka, vice president of marketing for the company. The contest attracted about 100 entries. “SunCal builds large-scale residential master-planned communities, but how our communities live on the inside is just as important as what they look like on the outside,” Soyka said. “The intention behind this is not to judge the talent as good or bad, or sell records, or schedule tour dates or make money. This is about building community, encouraging local artists, and giving them the push they need to see just how far they can go.” SunCal’s intent was that the prize money help with expenses such as making demos, printing CDs or renting out venues to play in. “They (The Future) may be in a position where they need a little boost to be well known,” Soyka said. The band members are Nelson, lead singer and guitar player; Smyles, who plays guitar and keyboards; Smyle’s brother Jake, who plays drums; and Jeremiah Johns, who plays bass. Matt Smyles and Nelson met when they attended Quartz Hill High School together. The two were in jazz band and played in a number of groups. They went off to different colleges but got back together in the summer and recorded some songs in the garage at Nelson’s father’s house. “We’ve been playing music together since ’97, and I can honestly say we’ve made no money,” Nelson said. The band has played some notable clubs in Los Angeles, including the Roxy and The Knitting Factory, but their main focus is on building up an Internet following, Nelson said. Jonathan McHugh, who has been the music supervisor for more than 30 TV and film soundtrack projects, said he was impressed with both the contest and the caliber of entries. “This is a real model for local businesses to support their music community,” McHugh said. “I was really impressed with the spirit of it.” Communities like the Antelope Valley need to find outlets for artists to create and play, McHugh said. Artists who can’t find an outlet at home end up going into Los Angeles and leaving their hometowns behind. “If there were more venues, the talent would stay and music would blossom there,” McHugh said. james.skeen@dailynews (661) 267-5743 NEON SIGNS Verse: A man gets pushed around in a chrome wheelchair that squeaks as it goes His hat shows brown stains of sweat that inspires the music that he plays in his head Chorus: As his legs dangle free with his head to one side Drool glistens wet under bright neon signs He cares not where he’s going That’s because he… Verse: Groans at the quiet passers-by who try to ignore him everyone tries He feels like he’s all by himself and all that surrounds him feels this as well Chorus To see unconformity just like everyone WHERE DID SHE GO? Verse 1: If I were dead I would be buried in the cemetery here But that I’m not as you see time won’t let me leave from this here spot What’s past is gone for good Lord What the future holds I’m not sure hey Chorus: But if I do right this time maybe she’ll come back to me And if I try hard enough maybe time will let me free Where did she go? Verse 2: She looks at stop signs wondering why its so hard to say goodbye Don’t ask her to move as she will do what she wants to what’s new What’s past is gone for good Lord What the future holds I’m not sure Chorus Only if we could change our fate Or would it be choice of destiny 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
The line will consist of two sections: Aitken Creek, and Kahta. It will connect to the Groundbirch Mainline which is 35 kilometres southwest of Fort St. John and continues 187 kilometres northwest of Fort St. John.The National Energy Board is wanting to hear from anyone that in the Board’s opinion, is directly affected by the project. The Board may also hear from anyone with relevant information or expertise.Those wanting to participate in the hearing can do so by filling out an application which can be found by clicking here. The form will be accessible on February 18. Deadline for applications is March 19.- Advertisement –
Fort St. John, Taylor, and Charlie Lake have all expanded a province-wide ban on campfires to their municipal boundaries.The bans are in effect until further notice, and no campfires or fire pits will be allowed as hot and dry conditions continue to scorch the province.Both Charlie Lake and Taylor have also banned the use of fireworks.- Advertisement -Earlier today, the province issued a province-wide ban on all campfires in BC Parks, Crown land, and private lands.“We work very closely with the Ministry of Forests, and they are the experts on wild land fires,” said Taylor Fire Chief Alan Stebbing.“If they’re going to institute a ban around the district, we tend to feel it’s important to support them in that and extend the ban within the district as well.”Advertisement “We’re going to be doing education more than enforcement to let people know the ban is back on and includes campfires,” said Charlie Lake Fire Chief Terry Truchan.“Any place we see an open fire, we’re just going to ask them to extinguish it, and give them a copy of the ban, and explain the consequences if we have to come back.”Anyone found in contravention of an open burning prohibition may be issued a ticket for $345, required to pay an administrative penalty of $10,000 or, if convicted in court, fined up to $100,000 and/or sentenced to one year in jail.If the contravention causes or contributes to a wildfire, the person responsible may be ordered to pay all firefighting and associated costs. * the use of binary exploding targets (e.g., for rifle target practice); and* the use of air curtain burners (forced-air burning systems).The bans do not apply to cooking stoves that use gas, propane or briquettes. It also does not apply to a portable campfire apparatus with a CSA or ULC rating that uses briquettes, liquid or gaseous fuel, with a flame length of 15 centimetres or less.A ban on all Category 2 and 3 open fires was put in to effect earlier this week.Municipalities usually have discretion over extending fire bans within city limits under fire prevention bylaws and fire department services.Advertisement This ban includes:* open fires of any size, including campfires;* the use of fireworks, sky lanterns and tiki torches;* burning barrels or burning cages of any size or description;Advertisement
Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic 1 Manchester United target Zlatan Ibrahimovic will NOT be signing a new contract with Paris Saint-Germain, according to reports in France.The striker’s current deal with the French champions expires at the end of the season and he can leave on a free in the summer.PSG had opened preliminary talks with the Swede over a new contract as interest from the Premier League and MLS grew.But, according Telefoot, Ibrahimovic has told the French giants that he wants to leave in the summer.Man United are keeping tabs on the 34-year-old, who has scored 30 goals this season already.Clubs in the MLS, however, are also chasing Ibrahimovic and believe he could be tempted by a move to America, while a big-money move to China is another possible destination.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Re “Feds try to google Google” (Jan. 20): Big Brother is alive and well and bigger than ever, I see! There are far more important issues to deal with this day and age (homelessness, poverty, tension between people of all walks of life, job security, etc.) and our government has to waste its time (and our money) on what people are looking at on the Internet? Yikes! People, for the last time, be afraid, be very afraid! Next thing you know the government will want to know what type of toilet paper we buy. Ridiculous! Gina Carter Studio City Political job-hunting Here we have State Sen. Richard Alarcon, City Councilman Alex Padilla and Assemblywoman Cindy Montañez all running for another office while still holding their present office. The net effect is to take away their service to the public for almost a year, including the service of staff members who are working for their bosses’ re-election, lest they, too, be out of work when the term limit is fulfilled. This state’s term-limits law needs to be revised so that when a term limit is fulfilled, the candidate cannot run for another office for at least a year. Frank Jacobs Sylmar Fit to be spoofed Re “All The News That’s Fit To Spoof” (Viewpoint, Jan. 22): I’ve subscribed for at least 15 years, have never written a letter to the editor before, but felt compelled to let you know that I eagerly look for Steve Young’s column every Sunday, and enjoy it even more that I did Dave Barry’s column. Please keep him around permanently! Thanks for finding him in the first place for us. There will always be plenty of news to spoof! Joan Gomes Simi Valley Right to death Re: “Suicide law promotes ‘new culture of dying”‘ (Their Opinions, Jan. 20): In upholding Oregon’s assisted suicide law, the Supreme Court reached the right result for the wrong reasons. The law should have been upheld on the grounds of an individual’s right to his own life. The right to life includes and implies the right to commit suicide. To hold otherwise is to deny the right to life at its root. If we have a duty to go on living, despite our better judgment, then our life does not belong to us, and we exist by permission, not by right. Individuals have a moral right to seek assistance in committing suicide. And if a doctor is willing to assist, based on an objective assessment of his patient’s mental and physical state, the law should not stand in his way. There is no rational basis upon which the government can properly prevent an individual from choosing to end his life. The choice is his because the life is his. Thomas A. Bowden Ayn Rand Institute Irvine Dying death penalty That California has executed two of its 640 Death Row inmates in recent months does not mean that the state will ever carry out 90 percent of the remaining sentences. Though there is no moratorium officially, the process has bogged down to the point that more than 20 years will pass between a criminal’s trial and execution. I believe first-degree murderers deserve to be executed, but with so many exclusions on the books – mental illness, under 18 at the time, inadequate defense and others – the death penalty will eventually be taken off the books. Sol Taylor Sherman Oaks Worst choice The Founding Fathers set up our system of checks and balances very carefully. Our current administration seems to think that the executive branch should be essentially unchecked. From his previous rulings, it seems that Judge Samuel Alito shares this view. I believe the worst choice for a justice of the Supreme Court is someone who doesn’t believe that the Supreme Court should play a strong role in keeping the executive branch in check. For this reason, I believe that Alito should not be confirmed as our next justice on the Supreme Court. James Bernstein Santa Monica