Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls One of the hardest parts for Ravena is being forced to be away from the game he loves.“It’s all in the mind and it’s how I’ll be able to rise above it. It’s tough but I need to overcome it and do what I need to do,” Ravena said.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownThe suspension keeps Ravena from engaging in basketball-related activities but he vows it won’t deter him from staying in game shape.“Even though, I’m not playing I have to find my own ways on how to keep in shape because you’ll never know if Fiba decided to lift my suspension and I wasn’t able to stay in shape that could hurt my career,” he said. “So I’m taking care of my body everyday and just being ready for whatever.” Neymar ‘not yet 100%’ but ready to play for Brazil Kiefer Ravena reduced to being a spectator. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netKiefer Ravena is no stranger to coming through in the biggest of games and most pressure-packed situations throughout his young yet decorated basketball career.And while his 18-month suspension from Fiba presents a different kind of challenge that is bigger than basketball, it’s all the same adversity waiting to be conquered by the steely Ravena.ADVERTISEMENT Ravena is still hoping to get the green light from Fiba to allow him to suit up for his PBA team NLEX and still practice with Gilas Pilipinas, which faces rival Chinese Taipei on the road on June 29 and powerhouse Australia at home on July 2 in the third window of the Fiba World Cup Asian qualifiers.The 24-year-old Ravena, clad in street clothes, was at courtside at Araneta Coliseum to show his full support to the Road Warriors, who escaped the Blackwater Elite, 93-89.“We won so I’m happy I was able to watch the team play. I miss being out there with them especially in games like that,” he said.“I’m happy for the team. I’m still part of one family, I’m still part of the NLEX Road Warriors and I may not be out there, but I’ll be with them every step of the way just as they are with me every step of the way.”ADVERTISEMENT Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations MOST READ LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments
Two Liberian journalists drew attention in Tubmanburg on May 4 when they got engaged in a fist fight that left one of them with serious facial injuries.The fighting began when the Ministry of Information bus that transported journalists to and from Bopolu in Gbarpolu County made a stop in Tubmanburg for those on board to buy food.Eye-witnesses, who saw the two Liberian journalists at the back of the vehicle, said Kpadeh Smith of the Liberian Express Newspaper, who was under alcoholic influence, was the first to assault Moses Garzeawu of the Liberia Broadcasting Corporation (LBS) while he (Garzeawu) was eating bread and drinking a bottle of soft drink.Garzeawu, gravely agitated by the alleged offense by Smith, retaliated with punches, following which blood began oozing from Smith’s face.The president of the Reporters Association of Liberia, Mr. Keith Morris, along with other journalists, took Smith to a nearby drug store where he was treated. Following the incident, Peter Fahn of the New Liberia newspaper reported the case to the Liberian National Police in Bomi County, and Garzeawu was temporarily arrested and detained for a few hours.When the fight first began, both parties were separated by their colleagues in order to avoid what eventually took place.While Smith was clearly under the influence of alcohol, it was not immediately clear whether or not Garzeawu was as well; some who were close by said he was also under intoxicated. Smith was observed by journalists on board to be under such high influence of alcohol that he could not move by himself without assistance.After the indoor and outdoor activities of every retreat that the Union has, journalists have always converged at a selected entertainment center, where they wine and socialize.Following the weekend’s press-related activiteis, on the night of May 3, an intoxicated Kpadeh Smith allegedly disturbed the peace at the motel where he, Moses Garzeawu and others were lodged. This angered Garzeawu, who reportedly lifted Smith from the room and laid him in the hallway. He (Smith) reportedly spent the night there.As far as reporters at the police station in Tubmanburg observed, neither Garzeawu nor Kpadeh gave a statement about the incident.However, police, having high regard for the Journalism profession and its practitioners, reportedly resolved the problem and asked all parties involved to forgo the dispute and return to Monrovia.Prior to that resolution, nonetheless, journalists who converged at the police station made the environment very noisy and uneasy for the officers to perform their duty.The journalists were in divided groups; they accused and insulted one another as police tried to establish the facts surrounding the incident.Even though a journalist is not restricted under the code of ethics from taking in alcohol, it is considered unethical for a journalist to be under the influence of alcohol in the discharge of his/her duty in the public and to carry out physical assaults.The leadership of the Press Union of Liberia is yet to reach a decision on the recent event involving two of its members.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Former Junior Finance Minister Juan Edghill was slapped with a charge of breaching the City’s bylaws and appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan on Monday at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Edghill pleaded not guilty to the charge which stated that on March 17 at South Ruimveldt he covered the southern parapet of Sugar Cane Street with a derelict vehicle.Former Junior Finance Minister Juan EdghillThe Prosecution contended the vehicle was in a derelict state when the former minister was spoken to by a constable. It is alleged that the former minister admitted to being the owner of the vehicle and was given two weeks to remove it from the parapet.In court on Monday, Edghill’s attorney Sase Gunraj challenged the charge on two grounds: one, that the definition of derelict vehicle in the charge was wrong; and two, if instituting such a charge the prosecution must be able to establish ownership of the vehicle.However the prosecution in their argument stated that all four wheels of the said vehicle were deflated, hence it’s derelict state.Edghill maintained that the vehicle is in full working order.He was placed on self-bail and the case will continue on April 25.
Pouderoyen accident…released on $400,000 bailThe alleged drunken driver implicated in the death of 60-year-old security guard attached to the West Demerara Regional Hospital (WDRH), Keith Redmond, has been released on $400,000 bail on two separate charges. During his recent arraignment at the Leonora Magistrate’s Court, the driver, Rondell Mark De Costa of La Parfaite Harmonie, West Bank Demerara (WBD) denied being responsible for causing the Redmond’s demise.Rondell Mark De Costa was held moments after the accident at Pouderoyen, West Bank DemeraraAccording to information disclosed, De Costa appeared before Magistrate Rushell Liverpool and denied charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and causing death by dangerous driving. After his pre-trial liberty was granted, the accused driver was ordered to make his next court appearance on June 4, at the Vreed-en-Hoop Magistrate’s Court.De Costa’s denial comes in steep contrast to the Police’s release that his blood alcohol level was found to be exceedingly above the legal limit. The Police had stated that the driver of the car was out drinking with his friends and was heading home when he reportedly lost control of his car whilst navigating a turn.Redmond, who was struck off his bicycle at Pouderoyen, WBD, had just finished his eight-hour shift at the WDRH and was heading home when De Costa’s PMM 1895 motorcar reportedly slammed into him at about 05:15h on April 25, 2018.Redmond was rushed to the West Demerara Regional Hospital but was pronounced dead on arrival.Guyana Times understands that the security guard’s cause of death was given as “multiple injuries”. He was laid to rest on Saturday. (Shemuel Fanfair)
…promises to get tough on corruptionBy Jarryl BryanFormer Housing and Water Minister Irfaan Ali, who was also the Tourism, Industry and Commerce Minister, has emerged as the choice of the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) for presidential candidate after its Central Committee voted on Saturday at Freedom House.Ali was elected through secret ballot, by a vote of 24 versus the 11 Central Committee votes garnered by former Attorney General Anil Nandlall. Ali and Nandlall were the only two who contested after Dr Frank Anthony, Dr Vindhya Persaud and Opposition Chief Whip Gail Teixeira withdrew from the race on Saturday.Following the vote, Ali pledged that as President his mission would include delivering goods and services to everyone in Guyana, irrespective of ethnicity, religion, or social status.“I’m very delighted to be given the opportunity to lead a party with such a great history and I want to assure you that I’m committed to the programmes of the PPP, the policies of the PPP, which has as its fundamentals the delivery of key and essential goods and services to all Guyanese…the PPP… and I am committed to the development of all Guyanese.“The Party has a serious stance on corruption. And one of the ideas I put out in my quest for the nomination is for strong laws criminalising certain things. For example, the non-declaration of resources when received. If it’s not declared within a certain time, there must be strong laws that criminalise such acts and it must be clear what the consequences are.”YouthAccording to Ali, his involvement in the PPP since his teens and his relative youth allow him to be in tune with what the people and, particularly youths, need. Added to this, according to Ali, is the fact that he has wide experience in Government at a technical, macro-project implementation level.“The fact that our party elected a young person shows that we are committed to young people not only by talk, but by action. I’ve had long experience in Government, in policy formulation and implementation of massive projects. I worked at the State Planning Secretariat. I headed the Caribbean Development Bank project planning unit. I functioned for seven years in Cabinet. I’m the Opposition spokesperson on finance.”“So I think the difficulties we have to face ahead of us, with the joblessness that exists, our rising debt, the poor implementation of the Public Sector Investment Programme, the downturn in the economy, issues with investors’ confidence, these are huge issues and I haven’t even mentioned oil and gas and the massive transformational projects needed to take Guyana forward, I think my experience allows me to work alongside the team to move Guyana forward.”Committed to manifestoIn a statement after the vote thanking everyone who supported him, Ali made his commitment to the PPP’s work programme clear. He noted that he has the added ability to deliver these programme goals to the people, owing to his groundings in the Party and his unique perspective of the challenges facing Guyanese.“I see myself as part of a broader team that will advance an agenda, which has as its primary focus, the people of our country. I commit, fully, to the programme of the Party as it relates to delivering greater prosperity and progress for all our people, regardless of race, religion, or gender, as well as to ensure the advancement of our nation.“I am glad that the campaign is over,” he continued in his statement. “I hope that the rumour-mongering, which was clearly intended to spread division in our ranks and to disparage me and the other candidates, will now stop.”Meanwhile, the PPP, in a statement, said that the four other contenders congratulated Ali and pledged their support to working towards a PPP/Civic victory after the vote.Ali, 38, attended Saints Stanislaus College and has been a member of the PPP for over 20 years, starting at the Party’s youth arm. He has also been a part of the leadership for 15 years, during which time he held the position of Finance Secretary for several years.In his professional experience before he became a Minister, Ali worked as an economic planner, also chairing a Project Steering Committee on the Low-Income Settlement Committee.He also worked as the National Programme Coordinator of local Caribbean Development Bank funded programmes. When he did become a Minister in 2009, he went on to serve in the Cabinet for seven years; holding the portfolios of Minister of Housing and Water and Minister of Tourism, Industry, and Commerce.
BAGHDAD – A suicide bomber struck a crowd of funeral mourners Monday north of Baghdad, taking more than 30 lives at the end of one of the deadliest months of the war so far for U.S. forces. At least 104 American troops were reported killed in April. The rising toll among Americans pointed to a potentially deadly trend: More troops exposed to more dangers as they try to reclaim control of Baghdad under the joint security plan being implemented by U.S. and Iraqi forces. Bombings and shootings nationwide Monday killed at least 102 people, counting the funeral attack. After sunset, there was no let up. Thunderous explosions rocked central Baghdad – apparently from rockets fired toward the U.S.-controlled Green Zone. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Five U.S. military deaths were announced Monday. All but one occurred over the weekend in Iraq’s capital, where a nearly 11-week security crackdown has put thousands of additional American soldiers on the streets. The 104 deaths among American service members in Iraq in April were eight fewer than December’s toll of 112, and the sixth-highest figure for a single month since the war started in March 2003.
Thika United merely survived the axe last season after beating Ushuru FC 1-0 in the relegation and promotion play-off, but their lack after flirting with the chop for the last two seasons seems to have run out.Nonetheless, Chemelil still remains in danger as the 16th spot they occupy is not a safe zone. If they finish in that slot, they will have to face the third placed team from the National Super League (NSL) in the relegation and promotion play-off.With two rounds of matches remaining, seven teams are in danger of slipping to the 16th spot hole. Sony Sugar (10), Zoo Kericho (11), Nzoia Sugar (12) Vihiga United (13), Posta Rangers (14) and Nakumatt (15) are all still mathematically within chop range.Sony, Zoo, Nzoia, Vihiga and Posta Rangers will however save themselves with a point in their next matches. Nakumatt who are on 36 points, one behind Chemelil will need to gather fight and win both their remaining games to assure themselves of safety.Nakumatt faces Sofapaka and Vihiga United in their final two games of the season while Chemelil has a home tie against Vihiga United and an away trip against Kariobangi Sharks for their final game of the season.0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Thika United’s Hansel Ochieng vies for the ball with Wazito FC’s Emmanuel Tienan during their Kenyan Premier League 1-0 win over Wazito FC at Camp Toyoyo on May 6, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Sep 27 – Clifford Omondi struck the lone goal in the 37th minute as Chemelil Sugar beat Thika United 1-0 at the Thika Sub County Stadium on Thursday afternoon to officially relegate their hosts as well as Wazito FC from the Kenyan Premier League (KPL). The result took Chemelil to 35 points meaning bottom side Thika who are on 23 and Wazito who are on 28 cannot mathematically bridge the difference between them and 16th spot and therefore earn the automatic relegation axe.
Castlefinn Community Notes:Whist: 21/1/2015Ladies. 1st Patsy O Hagan, Cloghfin 176 2nd Abina Mc Menamin, glenswilley 168 3rd Kathleen Mc Cay, Strabane 166. Gents. 1st Tommy Murphy, Letterkenny 175 2nd Malachy brown, raphoe 161 3rd David O Donnell, Letterkenny 1591st Half TIE:John Mc Granaghan, Castlederg 872nd Half: Anna May Gallagher, Glenswilley 83Snowball:Snowball next week is 60 euro for 187 or more.Everyone WelcomeBig Whist Drive in St Patricks hall, Castlederg on Friday 30th of January at 8pm Parent and Toddler GroupThe Parent and toddler group this Tuesday at 10.30am. New members are always welcome.Slim R UsSlim R Us fitness classes are on at the CPI on Monday evenings from 6.30 to 7.30 pm. Contact Tilly on 086 2490095 for more information on how to join Castlefinn Running:Castefinn running has now started a new walking/running group for absolute beginners.This group will be walking, light running and light circuits + core, it will run at the CPI Centre on Mondays and Wednesdays @6.30pm.All levels of fitness catered for. Males and females over 16 years welcome.Castlefinn Walking:The walking group this Wednesday at 10.30 a.m. with a new walking programme, and will run every Wednesday.The programme has been developed and will be delivered by a fully qualified FitWalk Ireland tutor, and will incorporate different challenges and a different route each week.The programme is suitable for all fitness levels and abilities; regardless of whether you walk regularly or not.Come along and join a walking group that will provide the enthusiasm and motivation to help you achieve your personal goals, and ensure your walking workout is enjoyable and worth while!Computer CoursesAnyone interested in learning more about computers? the CPI is starting computer courses in the near future (subject to numbers) the course is aimed at beginners and will cover internet usage and word processing. the course is FETAC approved and sponsored by Donegal ETB.If interested call the CPI at 0749143976.COMMUNITY NOTICE: CASTLEFINN CPI CENTRE HOSTING COMPUTER CLASSES NEXT MONTH was last modified: January 22nd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:castlefinnCommunity NoticesCPI CentreFeatures
GAA: St Michael’s are hoping the experience and knowledge of Declan Bonner can give them the edge as they look to claim their first ever Donegal SFC title.Bonner was last week ratified as the new Donegal U21 manager having led the Donegal minors to the All-Ireland final last season.Bonner also guided Gaoth Dobhair to their last Donegal SFC success in 2006 and has had a decorated career as both a player and manager. He will assist the St Michael’s coaching staff for the remainder of the season as they look to finally get their hands on the elusive Donegal SFC title.Eddie Harkin’s side were narrowly defeated in the 2011 decider in a match in which they were the better side for large periods.A stunning goal from Michael Murphy swung the gave in favour of Gary McDaid’s side and they took the title.While last season a late, late score from Conor Gibbons squeezed St Eunan’s into the final by the minimum in what was the described by many as the best game of the entire Donegal SFC last season. St Michael’s are desperate to land that Donegal SFC title and many feel they should have won a couple of titles at this stage given the quality in their ranks.Colm McFadden, Christy Toye, Martin McElhinney have all been massive players for Donegal in recent seasons.While Daniel McLaughlin, Peter Witherow and Mark Anthony McGinley have also featured for Donegal.Add in the experience and quality of Brian McLaughlin, Ciaran Gallagher, Michael Gallagher and Andrew Kelly and it’s easy to see why many feel this is the year St Michael’s can finally get over the line.St Michael’s blitzed their way past Cloughaneely and Four Masters and were convincing winners in both games. They struggled against a stubborn Glenfin side but having already secured qualification probably lacked the same intensity and hunger as the previous two games.They face Malin at O’Donnell Park on Sunday afternoon and it is a potential banana skin for Harkin’s charges.Malin produced a stunning win to defeat Gaoth Dobhair in Magheragallon and that result sent them into the last eight of the Donegal SFC.After a difficult start to the season Liam Bradley’s side have improved drastically and have earned some excellent wins in the league which have given themselves a fighting chance of avoiding relegation. But it was their win and performance against Gaoth Dobhair that really stood and Malin won’t fear anyone and will relish the underdog tag again this Sunday.They famously dumped St Eunan’s out of the Donegal SFC in 2013 at the quarter-final stage, a sensational performance seen them win by an incredible EIGHT points.Malin will be confident they can produce another shock win on Sunday, but St Michael’s are ravenously hungry for that elusive Donegal SFC title and should have too much quality for Liam Bradley’s side on Sunday.Verdict – ST MICHAEL’SST MICHAEL’S HOPING BONNER INFLUENCE CAN LEAD THEM TO FIRST EVER DONEGAL SFC TITLE was last modified: September 9th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:Donegal SFCGAAnewsSport
Dozens of students from across Donegal have received certificates in Farm Administration. The graduates from 2018 received Specific Purpose Certificate in Farm Administration (Greencert Level 6) at a Teagasc Presentation on Friday last.Here is a selection of pictures from the event. All photos by Clive Wasson. 2018 Graduates from Teagasc Letterkenny (Monday Class), Specific Purpose Certificate in Farm Administration (Greencert Level 6)Front Row (L-R): Jamie McCarron, Shane McClintock, Brid McDaid, James Keane Regional Area Manager Teagasc Sligo/Leitrim/Donegal, Jayne Patterson-Roulston (Student of the year 2018), Veronica Ryan (Teagasc EO), Jonathan Doherty, Martin McCafferty, Joseph McAuleyMiddle Row (L-R): David Doherty, John Mooney, Michael Kearney, Anthony Donnelly, Andrew Arthur, Damien Friel, Andrew Rankin, David Rankin, Aodh Murray, Gary Scott, Denise AndersonBack Row: (Teagasc Staff) John Cannon, Gavin Doherty (EO), Gary Fisher, Shaun Roarty, Paddy Browne, Patrick Gibbons, Conor Maguire (EO), Aileen McCarron (EO), Kevin McMenamin, Tommy Doherty Photo Clive Wasson2018 Graduates from Teagasc Stranorlar (Tuesday Class), Specific Purpose Certificate in Farm Administration (Greencert Level 6)Front Row (L-R): Barry Carr, Bernie Given, Paul Gallagher, James Keane Regional Area Manager Teagasc Sligo/Leitrim/Donegal, Veronica Ryan (Teagasc EO), Michael Breslin, Noel Adair (2018 Student of the Year Lisa Alexander, absent)Middle Row (L-R): John Cannon (Teagasc), Ryan McGroarty, Daniel Haughey, Patrick Burke, Jason Shovlin, Brendan McGeehan, Tommy Doherty (Teagasc)Back Row (L-R): (Teagasc Staff) Gavin Doherty (EO), Shaun Roarty, Paddy Browne, Patrick Gibbons, Conor Maguire (EO), Aileen McCarron (EO), Kevin McMenamin Photo Clive Wasson2018 Graduates from Teagasc Letterkenny (Thursday Class), Specific Purpose Certificate in Farm Administration (Greencert Level 6)Front Row (L-R): Susan McMonagle, Rose Marie O’Donnell, James Keane Regional Area Manager Teagasc Sligo/Leitrim/Donegal, Ciaran McGrenaghan (Student of the year 2018), Veronica Ryan (Teagasc EO), James Greene, Robert SmythMiddle Row (L-R): John Cannon (Teagasc) Christine Toye, Catherine McGinty, Seamus Quigg, Gary Hay, John Bonner, Brian Trearty, Andrew Ferguson, Tommy Doherty (Teagasc)Back Row (L-R): (Teagasc Staff) Gavin Doherty (EO), Shaun Roarty, Paddy Browne, Patrick Gibbons, Conor Maguire (EO), Aileen McCarron (EO), Kevin McMenamin Photo Clive Wasson2018 Graduates from Teagasc Letterkenny (Distance Education Course), Specific Purpose Certificate in Farm Administration (Greencert Level 6)Front Row (L-R): Paul Mallon, Christine Patterson, Patrick Strain, James Keane Regional Area Manager Teagasc Sligo/Leitrim/Donegal, Martin Gallinagh (Student of the Year 2018), Veronica Ryan (Teagasc EO), William Blair, John Paul Devlin, Michael McHughMiddle Row (L-R): Pauric Temple, Donna Scott, Valerie Parke, Ciaran Gallagher, David Fitzpatrick, Martin Quinn, Michael Floyd, Samuel Crockett, Bernie Reid, John Tague, Shane McFaddenBack Row (L-R): (Teagasc Staff) John Cannon, Gavin Doherty (EO), Gary Fisher, Shaun Roarty, Paddy Browne, Patrick Gibbons, Conor Maguire (EO), Aileen McCarron (EO), Kevin McMenamin, Tommy Doherty Photo Clive WassonMartin Gallinagh, from Ballybofey, 2018 Student of the Year, Teagasc Letterkenny (Distance Education Course), Specific Purpose Certificate in Farm Administration (Greencert Level 6) Photo Clive WassonJayne Patterson-Roulston, from Killygordon, 2018 Student of the Year, Teagasc Letterkenny (Monday Class), Specific Purpose Certificate in Farm Administration (Greencert Level 6) Photo Clive WassonCiaran McGrenaghan, from Culdaff 2018 Student of the year, Teagasc Letterkenny (Thursday Class), Specific Purpose Certificate in Farm Administration (Greencert Level 6). Photo Clive WassonDonegal students receive Farm Administration Certs – Pic Special was last modified: June 26th, 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) Tags:certsdonegalFarm Administration