End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend IT happens: Facebook sorry for Xi Jinping’s name mistranslation Duterte’s ‘soft heart’ could save ABS-CBN, says election lawyer “We’re delighted we’ve been able to complete this transfer,” said Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.“Signing James Rodriguez was our coach Carlo Ancelotti’s biggest wish, following their successful spell working together in Madrid.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’“James is a very versatile player.“He’s a goalscorer himself, he sets up a lot of goals and on top of that he’s great from set-pieces. LIVE: Sinulog 2020 Grand Parade Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio 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 respite 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Djokovic says Wimbledon courts ‘not that great’ this year View comments Duterte’s ‘soft heart’ could save ABS-CBN, says election lawyer Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Malacañang open to creating Taal Commission LATEST STORIES “There’s no question that this transfer further increases the quality in our team.”The attacking midfielder has been recruited by the Bavarian giants with a few of their star-studded squad threatening to leave.Brazil forward Douglas Costa is negotiating a transfer with Juventus while winger Serge Gnabry, 21, who has only just signed from Werder Bremen, wants to be loaned out to gain experience. James joined Real in July 2014 for 75m euros from Monaco on the back of his outstanding performances at the Brazil World Cup, where he scored six goals in the finals as Colombia reached the quarter-finals.His best season at Real was in 2014/15, under current Bayern boss Ancelotti, when he scored 17 goals, with 18 assists, in 46 matches.ADVERTISEMENT But Rodriguez struggled to break into Real’s star-studded first team under Ancelotti’s replacement Zinedine Zidane.He made just 13 starting appearances last season in the Spanish league with a further nine off the bench.Matters came to a head in April when James expressed his frustration after being replaced in a 4-2 win at Leganes.“I am satisfied with James and find it perfectly normal for him to get upset in such a situation,” said Zidane at the time.The writing was on the wall for the Colombian at the Bernabeu from then on and he expressed his desire to move long before Bayern came calling.He played against his future employers for just seven minutes when Real beat Bayern in the quarter-finals of the Champions League and was left out of the squad which beat Juventus 4-1 in the final.James will get straight down to business at Bayern.He flies with Ancelotti’s squad on their tour of China and Singapore, which leaves on Sunday, and will include stars Thomas Mueller, Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben.James will be joined by fellow new signing Corentin Tolisso, 22, who has just joined Bayern from French side Lyon for 41.5 million euros ($47.3m).Alongside Tolisso, Gnabry and James, the German champions are set to add two new names to their squad for next season with Germany internationals Niklas Suele and Sebastian Rudy signed from Hoffenheim. Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ (FILES) This file photo taken on May 6, 2017 shows Real Madrid’s Colombian midfielder James Rodriguez celebrating after scoring a goal during the Spanish league football match Granada FC vs Real Madrid CF at Nuevo Los Carmenes stadium in Granada.Real Madrid’s Colombian midfielder James Rodríguez will be loaned to Bayern Munich for two years, the two football clubs announced on July 11, 2017. According to the website of the German champion, the loan contract contains a call option. / AFP PHOTO / SERGIO CAMACHOColombia’s hot-shot James Rodriguez has joined Bayern Munich on a two-year loan from Real Madrid, the Bundesliga club announced on Tuesday.The two clubs have agreed on a two-year deal until June 30, 2019, with the option for Bayern to buy the 25-year-old midfielder who was the top scorer at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Missile-capable frigate BRP Jose Rizal inches closer to entering PH Navy’s fleet
Long after Ebola is gone, we will forever remember the holes it left in our hearts. But until then, a number of Liberian musical artists have come up with a variety of very good tracks for the journey ahead. However you see it, this is one of the many roles of art in the human experience – to inspire hope, courage, healing. These talented Liberians are helping us all find hope, courage and healing by transposing our concerns of this season into music. Through their craft they are also spreading the word in ways that help those in denial to get the message and make it stick: Ebola is real.Without further ado, below are the top 10 Songs by Liberian artists that are trending on Facebook, SoundCloud and YouTube, with an indication of how much traction each has gathered online. Some of these songs will have you humming to yourself in the bathtub, while driving, or when you can’t help thinking of the gravity of the situation and what you can do to help. Meanwhile, enjoy and keep in mind that Ebola Is Real!Ebola In Town- D-12, Shadow and Kuzzy of 2Kings (52,133 plays)Ebola Song by JustPrince – Prince Sherman Thomas (3,729 plays) Save Liberia – Liberia All Stars (1,079 plays)State of Emergency – Tan Tan B and Quincy B (3,810 plays)Ebola In Liberia – 2C (500 plays)Feel My Pain – Scientific (490 plays)Lord Have Mercy – 2C (490 plays)Ebola is real – JD Donzo (483 plays)Ebola Na Good – J&B records & LBGV (158 plays) SOS AFRICA – Jodi Clark, Munnah, Heyden Adama, Demi Grace, Sampahh (3535 plays)Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The last time I heard Liberians cry so much from dire economic quagmire was during the civil war. But it seems that the people of this tiny West African country widely regarded as Africa’s oldest independent state are once again bracing themselves up for not the sounds of the bullet and daunting challenges it posed to them during the war, but for the Ebola virus…known as one of the deadliest viruses in human history. According to medical doctors, Ebola was discovered in Zaire, now the Democratic Republic of Congo, in 1974. Medical practitioners report that the deadly Ebola virus claimed the lives of hundreds of people in that country. Ebola, according to scientists, can be contracted mainly by coming in physical contact with someone who is already infected with the virus and sick from it. It can also be contracted if an uninfected person comes in direct contact with the blood, sweat and sometimes the spite of someone infected with the virus. Up to date, no cure has been found for the lethal Ebola virus. Now the virus has made its way to the West Coast of Africa. It started in Guinea sometimes in February, 2014 and crossed over to Liberia and Sierra Leone. Health authorities in the three countries are struggling to contain the virus amidst limited resources and poor medical facilities. According to health authorities from the three countries, over 750 people have died from Ebola within the Mano River Union (MRU) basin. Our business desk has been following how the Ebola outbreak is gradually dealing a significant blow to Liberia’s economy.Investors FearThe Ebola outbreak in Liberia has created fear among investors, most of whom our business desk is told, are considering reducing their foreign staff in the country if nothing is done to speedily contain the spread of the virus. Employees of some of the foreign companies here have anonymously begun harboring fear about the economic consequences they would endure if any one of the foreign companies chooses to slow down operations in the country. “I know what will happen if I lose my job. I would die from frustration because this is the only job I have to sustain myself and my family,” Abraham K. Kamara, a heavy duty driver for a foreign company said. Between 2006 and 2010, the government of Liberia (GOL) attracted over US$16 billion foreign direct investment (FDI) to Liberia. Interestingly, most of these investments are in the agriculture and mining sectors. The sum of these investments has already created thousands of skilled and unskilled sustainable jobs Liberians.Many airlines have already suspended flight to Liberia further igniting public fear that other foreign businesses may follow suit, even though no company has made public statement on the issue.Global oil palm giant Sime Darby, who is operating in two of the counties affected by the Ebola outbreak, remains committed to Liberia as the company, through its foundation, has contributed US$157,000.00 to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) to carry out Ebola awareness programs and campaigns in Liberia.Transportation Fares SoarOn the other front, drivers have increased transportation fares as the government urges vehicle owners to take not more than three commuters to the back seat. Prior to this measure coming into force, taxi cab drivers carried four passengers to the back. The measure is part of several other measures taken by the government to contain the spread of the Ebola virus. But commuters have been made to pay nearly double for the remaining one seat in every taxi cab. Fares for commuters coming from and going to Paynesville Red Light varies as some of them are charged to pay L$120.00 or above, while some taxi cabs charge L$100.00 for one way trip.Commuters are also being charged L$100.00 from central Monrovia to Barnesville. Drivers have blamed the increment to rising petroleum price (L$375.00 for pump price) and the government’s mandate requiring them (drivers) to take only three to the back. The commuters have meanwhile called on the government to intervene and strike a fair transport fare to their respective destination instead of leaving the drivers to levy fares.Consumers SpendingIt will not be a surprise if the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) reports a dip in the consumer price index for the 3rd quarter. Consumer spending on some key household materials except sanitizers and bleach products seems to be declining as more consumers appear to be holding back spending as a result of the Ebola outbreak and other factors. This is chiefly because more households are seemingly finding it difficult to purchase their needs because of the Ebola fear.It has been observed that more people have suspended some of their extra activities that gave them financial leverage because of the spread of the deadly Ebola virus. Strolling down Water Street yesterday, most business outlets that sell non-food items such as clothes, electrical products and dishes, etc, were partially empty. According to storekeepers, people are not too interested in buying their products except bleach and sanitizers which are being widely used to contain Ebola. The prices of sanitizers and bleach products have however double. But this reason may not be enough to address our reporter’s question. One of the underlining reasons for which consumers spending have reduced could be traced to the government’s decision to urge its non-essential staff to stay home. These government employees are in their tens of thousands. Mind you, most of these government workers get their daily food money when they go to work.So, by staying home, they have been indirectly denied from getting that daily food money thereby constraining them to hold back the little cash they may have on hand because they don’t know when they will be recalled to work. What a tough economic condition Liberians are enduring!Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Deputy Education Minister for Administration, Aagon F. Tingban has expressed satisfaction with the Nimba County Community College (NCCC) graduating about 70 percent of students from the Science and Agriculture department.Minister Tingban made the disclosure on Saturday, December 12, as the Nimba County Community College graduated 167 students with Associate of Arts (AA) degrees in 14 disciplines from three departments, including Business and Public Administration, Liberal Arts, Social Science, and Science and Agriculture.The ceremony was the college’s first commencement convocation since it was established on September 19, 2010.Observing that many universities and colleges around the country graduate more students in business disciplines as compared to the sciences, Min. Tingban described as “impressive” the fact that NCCC students showed more interest in the Science and Agriculture College. With many agricultural activities ongoing in Nimba, including the cultivation of vegetables and other cash crops as well as tree crops, many students admitted that they see better employment opportunities in the agric sector once they graduate, especially coming from what many described as a ‘well-equipped’ training program at NCCC. In October this year, USAID Food and Enterprise Development program inaugurated a modern science laboratory at NCCC, as was done with several other County Community Colleges around the country recently. The laboratory has no doubt enhanced the capacity of the NCCC’s agriculture department. The President of NCCC, Dr. Yar Donlah Gonway Gono, boasted about her students’ performances, adding that student population has grown from 438 in 2011 to 1388 in 2015.Meanwhile, Minister Tingban said, in order to revamp the education sector by taking it from ‘mess to best,’ the Ministry needs about US$200 million. According to him, the Ministry of Education has nine major priorities to tackle and, in order to tackle those priorities; they will need about US$200m.He outlined some of the challenges as shortage of trained teachers, the lack of enough textbooks, school chairs and desks, revamping early childhood education and girls’ education, among others.He said if the money were available, the Ministry will be in the position to train more teachers, fund girls and early childhood education, build more infrastructures and equip them by creating better learning atmosphere for the students.This first graduation was dubbed, “Kwaa Dorlea” which means “let’s go ahead,” in Dahn/Mano. The occasion brought together an array of government officials headed by Vice President Joseph Boakai, who served as the keynote speaker and several other high profile academics.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The Legislature has summoned the Ministers of Justice and Agriculture – Cllr. Benedict Sarnoh and D. Moses Zinnah, respectively – to meet in the House Chambers on March 8, to explain why operations at the Cocopa Rubber Plantation have been halted and over 1,400 workers have not been paid their five months’ arrears and other benefits.The House’s Plenary has also summoned the Managing Director of the Forestry Development Authority (FDA), Mr. Harrison Karnwea, the Chairman of the National Investment Commission (NIC), Madam Etmonia David Tarpeh and other members of the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Concession (IMCC) on Tuesday, March 8, 2016 in the House’s Chamber.Plenary has mandated its Chief Clerk to send for these public officials to appear with all necessary and significant documents.Plenary’s decision was prompted by a letter from Nimba County District # 8 Representative Larry P. Younquoi, indulging the intervention of Plenary over fears that his kinsmen’s patience would run-out – meaning the County is on a time-bomb, if the Cocopa Rubber Plantation continues to delay the payment of the arrears of more than 1,400 workers.“What is even more disappointing is that this interim arrangement, headed by Hon. Harrison Karnwea (a Nimbaian), has refused to make disclosure to me, the direct representative of the area, as to what is obtaining on the farm,” said Rep. Younquoi, in whose district Cocopa is located. “Yet, I continue to get a signal that salaries are delayed beyond five months; housing allowances unpaid; health services refund unpaid, school facilities poorly managed and the planned paid-off of workers stalled,” he wrote.“Mr. Speaker and fellow colleagues, I wish to enjoin the consciences of this body to kindly intervene in this situation so as to avoid the situation deteriorating any further,” he said.It may be recalled that in 2012, the Government of Liberia turned the Cocopa Rubber Plantation over to the Nimba Rubber Incorporated (NRI) – a local business entity through a Receivership Arrangement headed by Mr. Harrison Karnwea.However, the Management has failed to pay the workers for the last five months which has disrupted normal activities on the plantation, including the school and clinic located within the concession area.The workers are reportedly threatening to engage in a public protest to block the main road leading to the southeast of Liberia from Ganta in order to bring their plight to the attention of the government. The company’s offices have remained closed to the extent that, even security officers assigned with the company have stopped working until the management can pay their arrears.The Legislature’s intervention, observers say, is due to what happened at the plantation in 2014 when proactive actions were not employed in a similar crisis that resulted in a violent protest that caused the destruction properties, valued at thousands of United States Dollars.Latest reports from Ganta indicates that the families of the over 1,400 workers are planning a public protest to prevent vehicles from going to Liberia’s South East which goes through the plantation.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
…may not meet second crop targetBy Andrew CarmichaelThe Albion Estate on the Corentyne Coast in East Berbice has vacancies for 600 workers of various categories, and may not be able to meet its target for the second crop, which is expected to commence within a few weeks, if most of those vacancies are not filled by then.Cooperate Communications Manager Audreyannna Thomas and Regional Chairman David ArmoganGuySuCo Communications Manager Audreyannna Thomas made this disclosure at the Albion Community Centre while addressing a community meeting on plans for the entity.“Albion Estate has a huge labour problem. Last crop attendance, Albion was about 60 per cent, we need you to help you to improve attendance for the second crop; we would like to get attendance up to 100 percent,” she said.She also spoke of the 600 vacancies which currently exist at that sugar estate noting that the focus of the outreach is on the Guyana Sugar Corporation’s (GuySuCo’s) Strategic Plan 2018-2021. The plan, she explained, is essential to what will be done at the three estates remaining under GuySuCo – Uitvlugt, Blairmont and Albion – between this year and 2021.At the turn of the year, 1181 employees of the Rose Hall Estate in East Canje Berbice and 1851 employees of the Skeldon Estate in the upper reaches of the Corentyne Coast were made redundant. Thus a total of 3032 sugar workers of the East Berbice Estates were without jobs at the turn of 2018.Regional Chairman David Armogan also addressed the meeting held at the Albion Community Centre. He noted that people have lost confidence in the estate, and although a job shortage exists in the region, the Albion Estate may have difficulty filling those 600 vacancies.Saying management needs to instill confidence in the workforce, Armogan added, “You sent home thousands of workers, and now you are short of 600 workers. What that tells me is that there is a lack of confidence by the workers. Because they don’t trust the estate’s management, they are moving to other forms of employment. What many of them did was to take the little pay-off that they got and invested it in something (so) that they can make a few dollars more, because they do not believe… The psyche in their head is telling them that the estate might not last much longer.”Thomas said the Albion Estate is very critical to the development of Region Six. It maintains the drainage and irrigation system from Bush Lot on the Corentyne Coast; provides employment to a large number of residents of the region; and benefits many businesses by providing emergency services to the community.Armogan had told those in attendance that a business plan is a course of action that a company is embarking on in order to achieve a certain goal. “The other aspect of a plan is that it has to be worked by people; a plan cannot operate by itself,” the Regional Chairman said.Some 5700 workers from Skeldon, East Demerara (Enmore) and Rose Hall Estates were dismissed after GuySuCo had terminated their employment in 2017. Before then, over 1000 Wales Estate workers were similarly dismissed when the entity officially ceased operation in December 2016. These moves were in keeping with what Government has said were “cost-cutting measures”. However, the David Granger Administration has been strongly criticised for not having an holistic approach to the age-old industry, as many stakeholders, civil society groups including the private sector, and opposition politicians called for social impact studies to be conduct before closures.In December 2017, the Special Purposes Unit (SPU), which falls under the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL), officially took over operations at Skeldon; East Demerara (Enmore), Rose Hall and Wales. It was announced that the SPU was overseeing divestment plans, by way of either selling off or restarting factories with minimal staff to attract investors – both domestic and foreign.NICIL’s Special Purpose Unit (SPU) Head, Colvin Heath-London, has recently confirmed that over the next few months, special emphasis would be placed on transforming GuySuCo’s economic misfortune into a situation wherein a fully self-sufficient, viable and competitive enterprise operates.He has since announced securing $30 billion, being sought in the form of a syndicated bond, to support GuySuCo and its remaining estates.Since his announcement of the bond, concerns have been raised about Government’s vision for the industry and the genuineness of its actions thus far, since that very $30 billion could have gone into restructuring the industry while keeping all of the estates open and GuySuCo’s workforce employed and engaged.Meanwhile, the Private Placement Memorandum for GuySuCo’s $30 billion bond has received much criticism from Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo. He recently said he was shocked by the contents of the agreement, which now leaves more questions than answers.
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.In September, the agency released rules it hopes to impose when it takes over from the airlines the job of matching passenger names with terrorism watch lists and no-fly lists. Christopher White, a spokesman for the TSA, said the agency’s desire for a new program was not a negative comment on Canadian security measures. “We need a multi-layered approach,” White said. “Any security system that relies on one process is a very vulnerable system.” In June, Canada put in effect its own no-fly list of potentially dangerous travelers. The Canadian program was developed after extensive consultation with the United States and came despite considerable criticism from some Canadian politicians and most privacy advocates. OTTAWA – Canadian airlines are balking at a U.S. Department of Homeland Security plan that would require them to turn over information about passengers flying over the United States to reach another country. The proposal, which appears at odds with Canada’s privacy laws, would mostly involve Canadians who join the annual winter exodus to Mexico, Cuba and the Caribbean. It is also viewed by the Canadian airline industry as a rejection of several costly measures already taken by the Canadian government to assuage U.S. concerns about air safety. “I appreciate and respect United States citizens’ concern for their safety and security,” said Fred Gaspar, the vice president of policy and strategic planning for the Air Transport Association of Canada. “But we need to understand what the gap is they need to fix. The only thing you can come up with is very, very generic language about the need for ensuring security. This is pretty dramatically offside with Canadian privacy laws.” The proposal is part of a broad U.S. Transportation Security Administration plan known as the Secure Flight Program.
PALMDALE – Famous Dave’s turned its parking lot into a barbecue Saturday to raise money for an organization that helps feed poor Americans. The Palmdale restaurant was among roughly 90 Famous Dave’s locations nationwide raising money that day for the organization Share Our Strength in what the chain called the world’s biggest backyard barbecue. From grills and tables set up outside, the restaurant sold $5 barbecue sparerib meals, of which half the price went to Share Our Strength. Based in Washington, D.C., Share Our Strength awards grants to nonprofit organizations and provides education, aiming at eliminating hunger among American children within 20 years. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinalsIn Southern California, it has provided support to organizations including the California Association of Food Banks and the St. Joseph Center. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Donegal’s own singing star Daniel O’Donnell has won a prestigious award in the USA for his outstanding work in music. Daniel received the iBAM! Award for his lifelong contribution to Irish music and culture globally.He was honoured at a gala awards night in Chicago on October 27th, where he was hailed as one of the best loved artistes of our time, both at home and abroad. Past winners of the lifelong contribution award are Liam Neeson, Gabriel Byrne and John Hume.Daniel with his PA TrishDaniel’s career has now spanned more than 30 years and he continues to delight fans around the world by his prolific recording and touring activities, as well as remaining one of the UK Album chart’s most successful recording artists.The prestigious iBAM! awards in Chicago brings together the best Irish authors, artists and musicians from around the world, under one roof, for a weekend Irish cultural celebration.Daniel also put on a special concert at the gathering in the Irish American Heritage Center. Also honored at the Gala were Frank Mathie of Chicago for Media/Journalism, Timothy Egan of Oregon for Literature, Kevin Dundon of Ireland for Culinary Arts, Joan Freeman of Ireland as Person of the Year for her work with Pieta House, Mary McNally of Chicago as Volunteer of the Year, and Philip Gray of Ireland for Visual Arts, and Jim Sheridan for Visual Arts.Philip Gray, Daniel O’Donnell and Kevin DundonFollowing his tour of the US, Daniel has taken up residency in Branson, Missouri up until November 18th. Dates across the UK will then take Daniel up until Christmas time ending his 2017 world tour.This Christmas will be a special treat for Daniel fans as his ‘Christmas with Daniel O’Donnell CD’ is released. The CD and DVD collection, recorded during a sell-out December show, is already in hot demand.Fans can pre-order the Amazon Exclusive gift here: Christmas With Daniel O’Donnell [Amazon Exclusive]Christmas With Daniel O’Donnell [Amazon Exclusive] £12.49Also available to pre-order now is the limited edition vinyl release with a signed Christmas card from Daniel. Christmas With Daniel O’Donnell [Amazon Exclusive] [VINYL]Christmas With Daniel O’Donnell [Amazon Exclusive] [VINYL] £18.30Daniel O’Donnell honoured with prestigious lifelong contribution award was last modified: November 3rd, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:daniel o’donnell
Gardaí are appealing for witnesses after a shop window was smashed in Carndonagh last month.The criminal damage occurred at a shop on Pound Street on the 26th May.The witness appeal was launched this week as the incident was only recently reported to the authorities. Anyone who may have witnessed the incident, which occurred between 3pm and 3.15pm, or has any information to give in relation to it then please call Buncrana Garda Station on 0749320540 or the Garda Confidential line on 1800 666 111. Witness appeal after shop window smashed in was last modified: June 18th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:Carndonaghcriminal damagePound Street