Idaho Hospital Unveils New Helicopter

first_imgTREASURE VALLEY, Idaho (KIVI) – St. Luke’s Hospital hopes to save more lives and give better service to their emergency patients. The Meridian Medical Center presented its new state-of-the-art medical helicopter on Thursday.More, New Advanced Medical Helicopter for Treasure Valleylast_img

Larsen secures BIMCO role

first_imgLarsen previously served as a maritime adviser at BIMCO before joining Nordic Tankers, where he most recently held the role of director of safety, culture and security.He will lead BIMCO’s efforts in developing the association’s maritime security guidance to the industry, and will ensure that BIMCO and its members are at the forefront of maritime security developments. www.bimco.orglast_img

Rose to lead team to FIBA AmeriCup Qualifiers

first_imgWith Guyana set to depart local shores today to compete in the FIBA AmeriCup Qualifiers in Colombia, the Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation [GABF] has officially announced their 12 member roster for the championships via a press release. The team reads Stanton Rose [captain], Harold Adams, Travis Belgrave, Travis Burnett, Orlon Glasgow, Delroy James, Gordon James, Anthony Moe, Yonnick Tappin, Timothy Thompson, Shane Webster and Kevon Wiggins.Guyana sealed their AmeriCup Qualifiers participation after defeating Antigua and Barbuda 83-70 in the final of the 2018 CBC Pre-Qualifiers Championships.It was Guyana’s first and only senior men’s Caribbean title, winning the tournament for the first time in its 37-year history.David Patterson Guyana has been placed in Pool-B of the AmeriCup qualifiers, which runs from February 22nd-24th in Tunja, Colombia, alongside Bolivia, Paraguay and the host nation.The top two teams from the qualifiers will enter the main tournament that will feature the likes of Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Panama, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, USA, Venezuela and the Virgin Islands.According to the correspondence, Andrew Hercules returns as the Head-Coach, with Dennis Clarke and Alex Graham serving as the Assistant Coach and Manager respectively. Hercules during brief remarks said, “The only thing that stands between this Guyana basketball team and our dream is the will to try and the belief that it is actually possible. If we do that, we will be victorious.”Stanton RoseMeanwhile, recently elected GBF President Michael Singh said, “With a short time allocated for us for funding and team preparation, the GABF Executive is proud to produce its best possible squad, featuring our local and overseas based talent.”Singh added, “Victory in Colombia will solidify our grip on Caribbean basketball, allow us to focus on AmeriCup region which is higher than CBC basketball, as we join teams such as Dominican Republic and Bahamas, who do not play at CBC level.” Guyana’s participation is made possible through the sponsorship and support received from the Government of Guyana, through the National Sports Commission, Minister David Patterson in his personal capacity, John Fernandes Limited, Alex Mendes, and NF Agriculture.last_img read more

How long is a Premier League drinks break and what are the new rules for players’ bottles?

first_img 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. WITH the Premier League back, new guidelines have been set up in order to follow the plans set out by the government.Players will not have to wear masks on the pitch but set pieces will be changed and they will not be able to celebrate together when a goal is scored.Players will have their own personalised water bottles so they cannot shareCredit: Getty ImagesThere will also be the option to bring on five subs instead of three as players will be tested for the virus regularly and anyone who has it must self isolate for 14 days even if they are asymptomatic.All games are being played behind closed doors with all of the remaining games being aired live on TV through Sky Pick, Sky Sports, Amazon, BBC and BT.How long will the drinks break be during matches?The premier League has now introduced a mandatory one minute water break in each half of the game.The timing of the break is at the discretion of the referee but they will probably happens half way through each half for hygiene reasons.What’s the rule on players sharing bottles?There will be one minute water breaks in each half of the gameCredit: Reuters Players will have their own personalised bottles that they will drink from.This is so that they rehydrate hygienically without having to worry about spreading any form of bacteria whilst playing on the pitch.What other changes will happen to abide by hygiene regulations?Balls will also be sterilised at regular intervals throughout the matchCredit: Premier LeagueThe fourth official and medical staff will wear face masks, for managers and coaching staff this is optional.The teams will come out in small groups from the tunnel as oppose having the regular pre-match line up.Players won’t be able to encroach on coaching staff or referees so even if they think something is wrong they cannot do anything about it.Player will also not be allowed to spit on the pitch, thankfully. Best caption wins🏆 Credit @4×4 DayZ Amazing Mods ~ More Cars, More Guns, More Gore!center_img Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels Source: Soccer – thesun.co.uk REAL vs FAKE GOLDlast_img read more

PSC ‘surrendering’ authority by obeying executive orders – Nandlall

first_img… does not have to take orders from PresidentA constitutionally mandated commission is supposed to be an independent body that is able to make hard decisions which, even if they displease the Government, are still protected by law. Thus, by bending to political pressure it is giving up itsFormer Attorney General Anil Nandlallauthority and independence.This is according to former Attorney General Anil Nandlall, who expressed grave concern that the Police Service Commission (PSC) appears to be obeying directives from President David Granger. The President had instructed the Commission, via letter, to halt all Police promotions.“(If) the Commission agrees to abide by the direction of the President, then the Commission itself would be aiding and abetting the unconstitutionality,” the attorney said. “No authority or institution in this country has the power, the authority or the jurisdiction to violate or act contrary to the Constitution.”“If the Police Service Commission is succumbing to those unconstitutional directives,” Nandlall continued, “then it is ceding its integrity, its independence and its functional authority and therefore would no longer be acting in the best interestPresident David Grangerof those whose welfare its business is to protect.”Describing it as the height of executive lawlessness, Nandlall noted that the issue is symptomatic of the breakdown of constitutional institutions in Guyana. And while the Commission has its role to play, Nandlall emphasised that protecting the Constitution of Guyana was everyone’s business.“What we are witnessing is political pressure being applied and which is causing a breakdown of constitutional institutions and a breakdown in law and order in this country. This is the height of executive lawlessness,” Nandlall said.“Any citizen can approach the court for an order declaring the directives of the President as unlawful and obtain an order restraining the Commission from acting and being influenced by the directive. Every citizen has a duty to ensure that thePSC ChairmanOmesh SatyanandConstitution, the supreme law of the country, is not violated.”Earlier in the week, Chairman of the PSC, Omesh Satyanand, had made known that after a meeting with the other Commissioners, it was decided that they were going to adhere to the order to halt all promotions until further notice.Even the Chairman had expressed concern that halting the entire promotion process would be a blow to senior officers. He had noted that these officers have invested time and energy in building a career at the Guyana Police Force and were expecting their just reward.Noting that this was the first time a sitting President had issued such a directive to the Commission, he had called for some clarity and justification as to the circumstances that led to making such a decision.Minister of State Joseph Harmon, in a letter dated July 27, 2017, wrote to the PSC informing them that the President directed that there be no consideration of promotion for members of the Guyana Police Force until further notice and should be implemented immediately.Already, a number of decisions made by the coalition Government have been overturned by an independent judiciary, owing to their unconstitutional nature.Six West Coast Berbice (WCB) rice farmers had cause to mount a legal challenge against the revocation of their leases for lands at Seafield and Number 40 Village, under control of the Mahaica/Mahaicony/Abary Agricultural Development Authority (MMA/ADA).The acting Chief Justice ruled that their leases constitute property under Article 142 of the Constitution, and the President’s revocation of those leases amounted to depriving the applicants of property without compensating them, as noted in Article 142 of the Constitution.last_img read more