Phillipe Coutinho to Paris Saint Germain swap deal on?

first_imgAdvertisement 3wahtNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs7hhvWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eb5h7t( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) t0nWould you ever consider trying this?😱2elCan your students do this? 🌚9uq19Roller skating! Powered by Firework Phillipe Coutinho is not seeming to be very much happy at Barcelona at this moment. It is evident that the star Brazilian attacking midfielder is going to leave Camp Nou at the end of this season. Phillipe Coutinho is now not regular in the starting lineup of the Catalan Giants in this season under the management of Ernesto Valverde. It is seeming that the manager is liking the way Coutinho is playing nowadays.Advertisement Phillipe Coutinho was not in the first team of Barcelona in the first leg of their Round of 16 clash against Lyon. After that incident, the rumours of his departure are getting stronger than ever. Accoding to the sources, the next destination of the former Liverpool midfielder is going to be Paris Saint Germain. Barcelona are also interested to bring in the German midfielder Julian Draxler in the next summer transfer window. So, a swap deal is on the cards involving these two players.Advertisement However, Paris Saint Germain have still not shown a real interest to bring in Phillipe Coutinho in their squad yet. So, we will have to wait and assess the situation in the next summer to see how things go on between these two clubs.Barcelona officially announce Frenkie De JongAdvertisement   Advertisementlast_img read more

Sacking shakes score

first_imgBy DAVID NAGEL Casey Cardinia Football League review – round 15 MISERABLE… it’s a word that sums up the Cranbourne…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

The off-field news continues

first_imgSerious questions are being asked throughout community football and netball after the removal of the second local AFL Victoria regional commission in almost exactly a year.The AFL Gippsland commission was unceremoniously dumped on 14 May last year, and on 8 May this year a decision was announced to “restructure football governance” in the AFL South East region, through the removal of its commission.A letter, seen by the Gazette, sent recently by Richard Black – the head of South Eastern Victoria, who oversees both AFL Gippsland and AFL South East – said: “Effective from today (8 May), the AFL South East commission has been restructured with the majority of its former members transitioning to an advisory committee, which a Terms of Reference is being finalised with further information to follow in due course.“This has seen changes to the commission structure, including AFL Victoria having representation on the AFL South East commission. This will allow AFL Victoria to provide greater support and investment into the region for the future.“The advisory committee will assist the AFL South East commission by providing expert advice and guidance to football and netball decisions and issues. It will also continue to work with local leagues, presidents, and clubs to ensure that our sports are accessible to all and placed in the best position to grow and thrive”.The AFL South East commission included chairman Roger Hampson, and commissioners Molina Asthana, Doug Bailey, Fraser Bayne, Scott Grimster, Russell Jacgung, Anita Jonceski, Paul Theobald, Ted Turner, and Peter Wakeling.AFL South East executives, including Richard Black, were asked a series of questions by the Gazette about a week ago. These questions echoed those that are being asked right throughout the local football and netball community.To this point, the Gazette is yet to receive an answer to the following:Why was the AFL South East commission removed?What makes AFL South East well-equipped enough to handle the region’s operations moving forward?Is there enough of a separation of powers between both AFL South East and AFL Gippsland, and AFL Victoria – given the commissions of both has been dumped? Some are viewing AFL Victoria as the proverbial ‘judge, jury, and executioner’ when it comes to league and competition structures.What does Richard Black’s role at AFL South East and AFL Gippsland actually entail? What exactly is the ‘Head of South Eastern Victoria’ role and why did it come about?What is AFL South East’s plan for the South East Juniors (SEJ), given so many of its clubs are now intertwined with the Southern Football Netball League (SFNL), AFL Outer East, and even the West Gippsland Football Netball Competition (WGFNC)?What will the relationship be between AFL Gippsland and AFL South East moving forward, given how massive the combined (South Eastern Victoria) area is and how many clubs are involved?Could the SEJ potentially leave AFL South East?More to come. By sports editor Russell Bennettlast_img read more

Farm crime fight

first_imgBy Mitchell Clarke A new policing unit aimed at tackling farm crime will see 70 new Farm Crime Liaison Officers monitor and respond…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

UCD and Killester to go head-to-head in pre-Cup test while there’s another Cork derby…

first_imgSaturday 19th January 2019 Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League:   Griffith College Swords Thunder v Belfast Star, ALSAA-Dublin, 18:00;CandS Neptune v DCU Saints, Neptune Stadium, 19:00;UCD Marian v Pyrobel Killester, UCD Sports Centre, 19:00;Garvey’s Tralee Warriors v UCC Demons, Tralee Sports Complex, 19:30;Moycullen v Keane’s Supervalu Killorglin, NUIG, 19:30;Templeogue v Maree, Oblate Hall Inchicore, 20:00; Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One:   GameFootage.net Titans v IT Carlow Basketball, The Jes, 14:00;Ulster University Elks v Scotts Lakers St Pauls Killarney, UUJ 15:00;LYIT Donegal v Waterford Vikings, Ballyshannon, 16:30;Bad Bobs Tolka Rovers v Limerick Celtics, Tolka Rovers SC, 18:00;Abbey Seals Dublin Lions v Fr Mathews, Colaiste Bride, 18:30;DBS Eanna v LIT, Colaiste Eanna, 19:00;EJ Sligo All-Stars v Tradehouse Central Ballincollig, Mercy College, 19:30;KUBS BC v UL Sports Eagles, Greendale, 20:00; Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One:   Ulster University Elks v Trinity Meteors, UUJ, 17:00;UL Huskies v Team Tom McCarthys St Mary’s PESS, 17:00;Portlaoise Panthers v Swords Thunder, St Marys Sports Hall, 19:30;Fabplus North West v Phoenix Rockets, Ballyshannon, 18:45; There are some tough games in store for the Hula Hoops National Cup finalists this weekend as they head back to regular league action. Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League:   NUIG Mystics v IT Carlow Basketball, NUIG, 16:30;Fr Mathews v Ambassador UCC Glanmire, Fr Mathews Arena, 17:00;Marble City Hawks v Courtyard Liffey Celtics, Old Leighlin Community Hall, 19:00;Maxol WIT Wildcats v Pyrobel Killester, Mercy SS Waterford, 19:00;center_img For men’s Cup finalists UCD Marian and Pyrobel Killester, this weekend is a tricky one as they go head-to-head against each other in UCD in a big Men’s Super League clash – just one week before they meet each other again at the National Basketball Arena in the Cup final. Some other big fixtures across the weekend see Garvey’s Tralee Warriors host UCC Demons, C and S Neptune welcoming an equally in-form DCU Saints, while Moycullen face a must-win clash against Keane’s SuperValu Killorglin. Elsewhere Griffith College Swords Thunder host Belfast Star while Templeogue go head-to-head with Maree. In The Womens Super League meanwhile, league leaders, cup finalists and the unbeaten Courtyard Liffey Celtics travel to Kilkenny this weekend to face off against Marble City Hawks. There’s a huge Cork derby in store at the Fr Mathews Arena on Saturday evening meanwhile, as Fr Mathews host Ambassador UCC Glanmire in a hugely-anticipated game, while Singleton SuperValu Brunell will get a tough test ahead of their Cup final the following weekend when they host DCU Mercy in Cork on Sunday. Elsewhere, NUIG Mystics will hope to get their first win of the year on the board when they welcome IT Carlow Basketball while Pyrobel Killester are on the road to Maxol WIT Wildcats.Basketball Ireland Fixtures: January 18-20thFriday 18th January 2019Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One:   Maree v Limerick Celtics, Calsanctius College, 19:30; Sunday 20th January 2019Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League:   Singleton SuperValu Brunell v DCU Mercy, Parochial Hall, 14:45;print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Don’t count us out yet, skipper Daquis says as PSL squad battles Hisamitsu

first_imgFiloil: Dario’s ‘lucky shot’ keeps UP unscathed Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next More Taal volcanic quakes recorded despite weaker eruptions Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Gerald: Just because I’ve been bashed doesn’t mean I’d stop working Duterte’s ‘soft heart’ could save ABS-CBN, says election lawyer Ai-Ai delas Alas on Jiro Manio: ‘Sana pinahalagahan niya ang naitulong ko’ Swing Out Sister back to PH this April 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 MOST READ Trump’s impeachment defense, prosecutors dig in For Ina, portraying a zombie is like an ‘out-of-body experience’ Passing of the torch from one team captain to another. MARC REYESUST-KAMENOGORSK, Kazakhstan — Rachel Anne Daquis conceded the fact that everything will be uphill once the tournament starts, especially when Rebisco-PSL Manila goes up against former champion Hisamitsu Springs at the start of the Asian Women’s Club Championships Thursday here.But she’s very clear they will put up a big fight.ADVERTISEMENT “I know that we are the underdogs here against the best clubs, but the Philippines is known for having a big fighting heart so please don’t count us out,” said the 29-year team captain.Rebisco PSL-Manila and 2002 champion Hisamitsu open tournament hostilities at 10:30 a.m. here (12:30 p.m. in Manila)at the famed Boris Alexandrov Sports Palace which now occupies a prime spot in the city center that used to serve as a vital station during the Cold War.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSMcGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC returnSPORTSBreak new ground“We’d like to take this opportunity to have a great experience playing with top caliber teams and we’ll make sure we compete well,” added Daquis.Southeast Asian Games team captain Mika Reyes, was asked by team officials to join the press conference held at Shiny River Hotel “to observe and learn” from Daquis. LATEST STORIES Head coach Francis Vicente told the international media they will use the experience for the Kuala Lumpur SEA Games in August.“We are taller than Japan. But we need speed. And Japan has that; we should learn from the match,” said Vicente, who was also accompanied in the press conference by team manager Anna Tomas.The all-Filipino team, made up of some of the best players in the country, trained all of Wednesday morning to work on their game plan.“That’s what we are talking about earlier with Rachel,” said Reyes. “The team has solid camaraderie. There is no seniority. No superstars. Everybody is on the same level and communicates with one another.”The Philippines will face Vientin Bank of Vietnam on Friday before rounding up its Group B games against Tianjin Bohai Bank of China on Saturday. In Group A are Taiwan Power of Chinese Taipei, Sarmayeh Bank of Iran, Supreme of Thailand and Altay of host Kazakhstan.ADVERTISEMENT End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend View comments China reports 17 new cases in viral pneumonia outbreaklast_img read more

Overseas-based Guyanese presents school hampers to Mashabo Primary students

first_imgmany school children from the Amerindian community of Mashabo in Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) were the beneficiaries of school hampers, compliments of a Guyanese living in Canada.The journey to MashaboThe donation of two barrels of goodies and stationary hampers were handed over to teachers of the school on Wednesday, by relatives of the donors. At a handing-over ceremony held on the community’s wharf, one of the donor’s sisters, Seerie Prashad, said the barrels were sent to Guyana under her sister, Deka Dhaness Children’s Christmas Project. Prashad handed over the barrels to a teacher, Ovid Phillips.The donor, Deka Dhaness, she said she was very happy to provide for the children in that community. She made this disclosure during an interview with the media. Dhaness said the project started in 2011 with the aim of helping children go to school as well as spreading cheer to them during the festive season of Christmas. Each child received a bag, pens, pencils, notebooks, crayons, toothbrush, toothpaste, face rags, hair accessories, candy and toys.When asked why she chose that particular Amerindian community for the donation, Dhaness said that her heart goes out to the children, as often children in that far-flung community are “forgotten” because of their geographical locations.She said too that she grew up in the neighbouring community of Huist Diren and recalled her brother spending vacations in Mashabo, among the children there.Meanwhile at the presentation, the headmaster expressed gratitude towards Dhaness and the project. He said the parents of the children are grateful for the timely help. Mashabo is an Amerindian community located in the Iturbsi lake in Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) whose Toshoa is Sylvin Rapheal.last_img read more

Super Mario back at Liverpool

first_img0Shares0000Balotelli spent last season on loan at AC Milan but the club decided against purchasing him permanent.PHOTO/DMUNITED KINGDOM, July 2 – Mario Balotelli said two months ago that he did not want to return to Liverpool but on Saturday the striker was back with his team-mates at Melwood training ahead of next season.The Italy international spent last season on loan at AC Milan but the club decided against purchasing him permanently, as Balotelli scored just once in 20 appearances in Serie A. Dejan Lovren was glad to see him, though, as the defender hugged the striker on his return to Merseyside.Liverpool paid £16m for Balotelli in August 2014 but in his single season at Anfield scored four goals in 28 matches, with only one in the Premier League.Jurgen Klopp is still keen to offload the Italian striker and was also at the training session, joking around with his coaching staff.It was in April when Balotelli said: “When it comes to my future I want to stay with Milan because I wasn’t happy at Liverpool and I don’t want to return there. And plus, Milan has the money.“I’ve been doing well in my last two games, there are another six for me to prove myself. I feel in good shape physically at last and am relaxed.”There were also reports that Balotelli met with Monaco’s president, Dmitry Rybolovlev, amid a transfer to Ligue 1.Balotelli’s return to Liverpool comes as he also said he thinks it is only a matter of time until he wins the Ballon d’Or award.“I have not done enough in recent years. I can do much better. But it takes time,’ Balotelli told Corriere della Sera.“On a scale of one to 10, I have only reached five. But I will get to 10 eventually, because that is my goal.“I want to win the Ballon d’Or. Although I realise I got stuck at five out of 10 in the last two years when my goal was to get closer to 10. I know people will laugh when I say I want the Ballon d’Or.“I have not done everything needed to become the best.“But the most important thing is that I have realised my mistakes and it is not too late yet. I don’t want to reach the end of my career thinking that I have not done everything to become the best.”-By Daily Mail-0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Ayala plans to ease path to preschool

first_imgShe replaces Gary Mangiofico at LAUP. Mangiofico is now the chief executive officer of the nonprofit agency.LAUP helps fund and train staff at Los Angeles County preschool programs, whether public, private, home-based or center-based.It receives funding from First 5 LA, the regional agency that hands out monies from the state tobacco-tax initiative, Proposition 10.“Celia has spent the past 31 years passionately working on behalf of children throughout Southern California,” Mangiofico said.“We have an aggressive agenda to promote and support a quality preschool experience for every 4-year-old in Los Angeles and we’re excited to have her with us,” he added.“Her experience and knowledge will help further guide LAUP in the years to come.”Ayala came to the United States when she was 10, grew up in Boyle Heights and earned a bachelor’s degree in social science and Spanish at USC.She received a master’s degree in educational administration and curriculum and instruction from Cal State Los Angeles, and a doctorate in policy studies and curriculum instruction from USC.Ayala moved to Whittier in 1977 after she married, and now lives in the Uptown area with her husband and two sons.As part of LAUP, Ayala helps fund and oversee Whittier-area home day-care programs and local Plaza de la Raza and Options preschools.When LAUP first began, preschool access ranged anywhere from 11 percent to 70 percent of eligible families in the county. Now, that figure is closer to 58 percent in most cities, Ayala said.“We have been able to level out the resources to create a more equitable system,” she said. “Our goal is to bring it up to 70 percent across the cities, to saturate the entire county with the access to universal preschool.“That way, the access truly becomes more of an open-door for families,” she added.“I’m impressed by how much LAUP has accomplished in such a short time, and I’m looking forward to reaching new heights with the organization.”tracy.garcia@sgvn.com(562) 698-0955, Ext. 3051160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “So the gap kept getting larger as they were promoted,” said Ayala, 53, a Whittier resident. “And that’s when I realized if we we do a good job of preparing them for a successful kindergarten experience, they would also be successful in first grade, second grade, and so on.”Now, as the newly appointed chief operating officer for Los Angeles Universal Preschool, Ayala gets to use those firsthand experiences to help make preschool available to all 4-year-olds in the county.“My dream is just that: universal access, without limit. All parents would have that choice, regardless of their level of income,” Ayala said. “And it is also to make sure we offer parents the choice of a private or public preschool, a family child care center or a center-based program.”Over her career, Ayala has taught at the elementary, middle and high school levels and also served as an administrator for school districts like El Rancho Unified in Pico Rivera and Pasadena Unified, as well as the county offices of education in Los Angeles and Riverside. • Video: 7/30: Celia Ayala visits preschool WHITTIER — When Celia Ayala was teaching third grade in Pico Rivera nearly three decades ago, she saw a pattern emerging in her young students that would later inspire her to help lead the charge for universal preschool in Los Angeles County.Because of social promotion, Ayala said, third-graders were coming into her class not having learned even the basics of reading and writing.By the time they were in her instructional hands, their educational gap was “one, two and three years wide.”last_img read more

NOTICES: ST JOHNSTON & CARRIGANS LOCAL NOTES

first_imgCongratulations to Nikita Rodgers (daughter of Maurice and Kathleen Rodgers), who graduated from Cavan Institute with seven distinctions and five merits in her security studies.Women Out of Conflict: Wednesday 15th and Wednesday 22nd February in the Drop-In Centre, Main Street, St.Johnston 7.30pm – 9.30pm.Refreshments Available.For more information call 00353 74 91 73747.E-mail: tdaction@gmail.comUpcoming Courses:Dress making for beginners.Occupational First Aid.Horticulture Level 3.Sign Language for beginners. Starting on Monday 13th February from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. To book a place call the Resource Centre on 074 91 48551.For more information contact the St.Johnston and Carrigans Family Resource Centre on 074 91 48551. Whist Drive: A Whist Drive will be held on the following dates: Monday 27th February, Monday 26th March 2012, starting at 8pm sharp.€5 per person, a light supper will be served.Volunteering in the Community: Are you aged 18 to 25? Are you unemployed and would like to take part in a 12 week programme and learn new skills and gain accredited qualifications and take part in fun activities. An information session will be take place on Tuesday 14th February at the St.Johnston and Carrigans Family Resource Centre. Please feel free to call in if you have any issues which you would like to discuss..Castletown N.S., St.Johnston is having a table quiz on 1st March in the Grianan Hotel, Burt on Thursday 1st March at 8.30pm. It is €20 for a team of 4. We would welcome your support at this fundraiser for our school.Ante Natal Classes: Will be held in the St.Johnston and Carrigans Family Resource Centre on Tuesday 7th February, Wednesday 8th February and Tuesday 21st February and Friday 24th February.If interested please contact: Public Health Nurse, Teresa Daly on 074 91 48275. Adult Beginner Fiddle Classes: Monday nights starting February 2012. 2 hour sessions for 10 weeks. Play a Tune in 2 Weeks! No musical knowledge required – simple system. €3 per session. Funded by the Ulster Scots Agency. For details contact 074-9156166.Youth Club in the Drop in Centre, Main St., St.Johnston.Wednesday 5th & 6Th Class 6pm – 7.30pmThursday 1st & 2nd Year 6.30 – 8pmThursday 3rd Year & over 8pm – 9.30pmFriday 1st yr & over 6pm – 10pmGuitar Lessons: Every Tuesday in the drop-in centre, €30 per person for 8 lessons. Beginners, 4pm to 5pm and improvers, 5pm to 6pm & 6pm to 7pm. For further information contact the Resource Centre on 9148551.Walk & Talk Group: We meet at the drop-in centre, main street, St Johnston at 7.15pm every Tuesday. Each week we go to different destination which is agreed a week in advance (transport provided or we car share). Why not come and join us and get yourself fit for summer 2012!Irish Dancing classes for fun or for competition age 3 yrs upwards. Fully qualified and experienced teacher with over 20 years experience having trained Ulster, All Ireland and World Champions. On every Tuesday from 3.30pm to 4.30pm, in the St Johnston and Carrigans Family Resource Centre.Ann’s Boxercise Class: Tuesday evening 5.45-6.45pm and Thursday evening 7.30-8.30pm. Boxercise is a fantastic all over body workout, which burns between 400-950 calories in 1hr sessions. Classes are always good fun and very addictive! Excellent for increasing fitness levels in weight loss, toning, building stamina and for stress release. Female and is fully qualified as an instructor. Just bring water and mat or big towel.Cost €5. For more information call 086 3238437. Forever Crafts: The Forever Crafts, at the St.Johnston and Carrigans Family Resource Centre every Tuesday from 1pm to 3pm. New members are always welcome.Parent Toddler Group: This group runs every Wednesday from 10am – 12pm in the old playgroup building, at Church Lane, St. Johnston. This group provides a relaxed setting for young children to meet socialise and play with their own age group and for mums/dads/grandparents or carers to have a cuppa and a chat. We look forward to seeing you there.Lunch Club: Are you fifty or over? Are you at a loose end? Would you like to meet and socialise with people of your own age group for lunch, a chat, a bit of craic, enjoy occasional outings, theatre trips, social events, meeting new people and an annual holiday. If you are interested, join us at the Lunch Club in St.Johnston and Carrigans Family Resource Centre every second Wednesday from 11am-1.30pm. The next Lunch Club will be held on 15th February 2012. New members always welcome! Transport can be provided. For more information contact: Theresa McDermott or any of the centre staff at 074 9148551.Jiving Class: Jiving classes have started at the St. Johnston and Carrigans Family Resource Centre, every Wednesday from 8.30pm to 10.00pm. Everybody from beginners to experienced is welcome. Cost €5 per Adult. Pilates: Every Wednesday from 7pm to 8pm.Line Dancing: Every Thursday from 9pm to 10pm.Counselling: Do you experience feelings of anxiety, depression or loneliness due to bereavement, relationships or isolation? Would you simply like someone to talk to about any problem in your life that distresses you? St Johnston and Carrigans Family Resource Centre offer a free and professional and confidential and safe counselling service for men and women. For more information call Niki Cross in complete confidence at 087 0569124.Laggan Historical Society: On Thursdays from 10 am—12.30pm, Ulster Scott’s Heritage Centre, Monreagh, Carrigans. Are you interested in Local Knowledge to share? A new informal History group, that’s open to all.Meet like minded folk, listen to guest speakers, and take a field trip somewhere interesting. For more information call: 074 91 40708.Clothes Bank: There is a Clothes Bank at the Family Resource Centre to help raise funds for the Centre. Please donate: Clothes, Sheets, Towels, Blankets, Shoes, and Curtains. Your donations will be much appreciated. The bank can be found at the back of the Centre and is a purple colour. Sorry we cannot accept items such as carpets, ornaments, mats, glass and paper.Swap and drop your old books and magazines: There is a table of free books near the reception area in St Johnston and Carrigans Family Resource Centre. Please feel free to take a book.Stamps: If you have any used stamps, please cut them out by cutting the envelope and leaving some of the envelope around them. Bring them down to Maureen McLaughlin at the St.Johnston Post Office. These stamps will be used to fund charitable projects. Thank you.Battery Recycling: St.Johnston & Carrigans Family Resource Centre is now accepting your small waste dry batteries! Please dispose of batteries properly!NOTICES: ST JOHNSTON & CARRIGANS LOCAL NOTES was last modified: February 12th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:NOTICES: ST JOHNSTON & CARRIGANS LOCAL NOTESlast_img read more