Elite Cleaning Of Washington Gives Tips On Cleaning With Environmentally-Friendly Products

first_imgSubmitted by Elite Cleaning of WashingtonCleaning with Environmentally-Friendly ProductsGot dirt, stains, grease & grime?Let’s face it we all create messes! Someone needs to clean them up! What products do they use?Each store contains 1-2 aisles of different types of cleaners and people select what works best for them. Some products get the dirt gone, but hurt the environment while  other products are natural or safer for the environment and us. Absolutely, select and use what works for you!My team and I use various products to clean residential and commercial properties, but one of our favorite products are Shaklee’s Basic H, Basic G, and Scour Off paste. We use these 3 products every single day! In 2007, Oprah and Dr. Oz listed Shaklee’s Get Clean starter kit as one of Oprah’s favorite things. These products are earth-friendly and have been around since the 1960s.Basic H is a household cleaner. One 16 oz. bottle can make up to 48 gallons of cleaning solutions ranging from a drop for a window spray bottle to a stronger solution to clean oil off driveways. Basic G is a germicide. One quart bottle can make up to 64 gallons of germicide cleaning solution. It attacks over 40 types of bacteria, fungi, and viruses protecting your family’s health. Scour Off paste is a heavy-duty paste like Basic H.Elite Cleaning of Washington is fully licensed and bonded.For home cleaning services, contact Scottiejo at 360.529.2277. Facebook10Tweet0Pin0last_img read more

Got to ski, but have no snow? Just “roll” with the punches

first_imgJust as stunt-based shows often start out their broadcasts with warnings not to try this at home, I feel it’s my due diligence to open this article by saying don’t do this at home and that my experience, pushing the limits on day one are not typical. Although I came back from my first roller skiing adventure, courtesy of Rossland’s Kootenay Nordic Sports, slightly thrashed and road rashed, my hopes for good times were not dashed. I’m an addict, I admit it. In the same week that a BC Day long weekend drive up to a Nelson area lodge yielded a summer ski run through a high altitude gully, an online posting about roller skiing caught my eye. I called up Dave Gibson from Kootenay Nordic Sports, and he graciously offered me use of a set of roller skis along with the instructional services of his daughter Sierra, an up and coming Nordic ski champ with her eyes on the prize for 2018.  We pulled onto Hannah Creek Road (just before the Teck fertilizer plan if you’re coming from Webster Elementary). This rarely-travelled route offers up smooth pavement along rolling, windy hills: a perfect location for roller skiers and long boarders alike.  The gear is familiar: regular, skating cross country ski boots, poles (preferably with rubber nubs on the ends), mountain bike gloves and a bike helmet. The skis, however, are something new. They consist of a skate ski binding mounted on a narrow platform between two wheels, longer and with larger wheels than roller blades. Clipping in for my first roll, I went through the progressions.  The first major difference is simply balance. Staying atop narrow inline wheels requires an added bit of thought.  Starting out pole-less, we slowly skated along the flats, maintaining the small V stance and simulating pole motions to nail the timing of the various styles. Several passes in, we added poles to the mix and went through single stride, double stride and offset poling. To this point, it is all very similar to cross country and along the flats felt quite natural.  Tackling the first small decline, poles tucked up under my arms, I began playing around with the skis a bit, working on balance, seeing how they react.  Typically, getting through all of these steps would be one heck of a first lesson. Going back to old school journalism, though, you’ve got to really live something before you can write honestly about it, no?  In passing Dave mentioned in a science-camp-beautiful dopplar shifting way that there was a washout on the far side of the next hill. Not super keen to coming in high speed through a wash of gravel we turned around and pointed our wheels back down the slope.  There were suggestions from the group that it would be entirely respectable to walk down the hill or at least part of it. I would later find out many people, even after skating for years, still walk down. But I came out to roll and roll I would.  The slope began mellowly enough. Watching Sierra skate down the start of the decline before tucking out of sight through the S bend, it looked like a lot of fun as well.  I had my strategy figured. I’d take it easy down the first part of the steep slope, line up for the turn and then open it up and let it roll. In theory, it was a great strategy. In execution it was more of a straight roll from the summit, picking up speed, passing beyond the threshold of being able to stop an then playing the mental game of not panicking, holding it together, knees bent. Just ride it out, nice and smooth.  My left leg got a bit squirrelly, then the right. Recovery, keep it together. There goes leftie again, over-correct, there goes righty, and before I knew it I was on the pavement in the hollow, just before the S bend.  The moral of the story? Pavement is harder than snow, but roller skiing is no harder than cross country skiing and a super fun way to stay in shape over the summer. Pavement is faster than snow, no doubt about it, and the balancing involved is more akin to ice skating than skiing. The hills are good fun and the speed addictive. My only piece of advice, however, is this: save the hills for at least lesson two.  Kootenay Nordic Sports is currently working on reassembling a regular weekly group of roller skiers. If you’re an experienced roller skier already, stop by the shop Wednesday evenings at 5:30. If you’re a first timer, call the shop ahead, they’ve got spare skis and can offer lessons.last_img read more

Sugar Bears Fall to Shockers in Women’s NIVC

first_imgDENTON, Texas – The Central Arkansas Sugar Bears saw their season end after losing a five-set thriller against the Wichita State Shockers in the first round of the National Invitational Volleyball Championship on Thursday night. The duo of Tabitha Brown and Megan Taflinger led the Shockers to victory as they combined for 44 of WSU’s 66 kills. Samantha Anderson led the Sugar Bears with 18 kills and a .359 hitting percentage while Haley Tippett followed with 12 kills and Abbie Harry added nine. Wichita State looked to be in cruise control heading into the fourth set as they had won sets two and three handily, but Central Arkansas responded with a gritty 25-23 set win to push the match to five sets. Head coach Jeni Jones Chatman was very pleased with her team’s response in set four. “We have some great girls that will get the chance to step up next year. We all know what they’re capable of because we see it every day in practice,” Anderson said. “The reason why we were such a good team is because we played against good girls on the other side of the net in practices. The third set started close as Anderson landed a kill in the back-right corner that tied the set at 2-2, but the Shockers created separation with a 14-4 spurt that gave them the 16-6 lead. Up 8-6, Wichita State went on a 6-0 run as Taflinger caught fire and had five kills in the stretch. The Sugar Bears could not cool down the Shockers as they closed the set on a 17-7 run and won 25-13. They finished with 20 kills in the third set alone and were led by the hands of Taflinger as she delivered 9 of them. I have complete confidence that the team will have new seniors step up and have freshmen that will follow the footsteps of the older girls and help contribute.” The Sugar Bears season ends with a 26-7 record, the sixth time in nine seasons that the team finished with more than 25 wins. The team will lose five important seniors, but Anderson thinks the team will be fine looking ahead to next year. “I am very proud of the fight that our team had in the fourth set. Samantha Anderson was a big reason for that, she led the way and everyone followed her lead,” Chatman said. “Wichita State is a very talented program year after year and so for us to be able to pull out set four was very impressive.”We are very proud of the fight. So fortunate to be a team of incredible people that push & want the best for each other. Seniors, there are no words, you will be greatly missed. #BearClawsUp #InsiemeSiamoUno #TogetherWeAreOne #26and7 ??: @bradleywidding pic.twitter.com/xpzwTfzkV8— 2017 Southland Tournament Champions (@ucavball) November 30, 2018 Brown helped the Shockers jump out to an early 2-0 lead in set five after she delivered back-to-back kills. The Sugar Bears pulled within one after a Savanah Allen kill made it 5-4, but the Shockers responded with a 6-2 run that saw three straight Sugar Bear errors and Wichita State held a commanding 11-6 lead. Central Arkansas made it a three-point game after an Anderson kill and Shocker error made it 12-9, but Wichita State quickly answered with two kills of their own and held a 14-9 lead. The Sugar Bears tried to make one last run as they got another Anderson kill and Shocker error to make it 14-11, but the set ended on the next point as Central Arkansas’ serve landed out in the back-right corner and the Shockers won 15-11. The fourth set had a postseason feel to it as there were 14 ties recorded in the game. After the eighth tie of the set at 9-9, the Sugar Bears found a gasp of air as they went on a mini 2-0 spurt that made it 11-9. As both sides continued to battle, the Shockers got a Taflinger kill and Emma Wright service ace to make it 14-14, the 9th tie of the set. After five more ties occurred and the score sat at 21-21, Central Arkansas went on a 4-2 run that was led by two big kills from Harry that helped the Sugar Bears finally pull away and get the clutch 25-23 fourth set win.Thankful for another great season at my Alma Mater. Finished the season at 26-7. It’s never easy to see the last point of a senior class. Proud of this team and staff for another stellar season. pic.twitter.com/tlvtdtwdpJ— John Newberry (@TheCoachJohn) November 30, 2018 The Shockers did not have their heads down as they came out in the second set and started with a commanding 9-1 lead that contained five Sugar Bear errors. Central Arkansas responded well with a 10-4 run that was capped off by three straight Wichita State errors that made it 13-11. The Sugar Bears got even closer after two more Shocker errors made it 14-13, but Wichita State went on a 6-0 run that helped them pull away for good. A Shocker service error gave the Sugar Bears a glimmer of hope as the lead was cut to six, but a Sugar Bears service error gave the Shockers the 25-18 win. The Shockers jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead in the first set after Brown got going quickly and delivered two of her 22 kills early. Anderson wasted no time in making her presence known as she delivered back-to-back kills and evened the score at 4-4. After three more ties occurred, Central Arkansas gained its first lead after a Wichita State error made it 9-8. The Shockers responded with a 4-1 run and held a 11-9 lead, but the Sugar Bears went on a run of their own and created some separation after a Ravin Rhodes ace made it 14-12. After a Shockers ace tied it back at 15-15, the Sugar Bears went on a crucial 4-0 run sparked by three Tippett kills that made it 19-15. The Shockers would pull within two at 19-17, but the Sugar Bears closed the door on the comeback as Anderson and Tippett delivered back-to-back kills to win set one 25-20.last_img read more

Ex-Arsenal ace Sol slammed for claims coronavirus ‘designed to kill some people’

first_img8SOL Campbell has been slammed for suggesting the coronavirus is a “designed mistake”.The ex-Arsenal, Spurs and England star took to Twitter with the wild conspiracy theory that the virus “deliberately attacks a certain blood type”.⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates8 Sol Campbell has been slammed for suggesting the coronavirus is ‘manmade’Credit: PA:Press Association8 The former Arsenal and England star tweeted that the virus might be a ‘designed mistake’Credit: TwitterIn his tweet, Southend manager Campbell initially referred to an article about the shocking ONS statistics which show that black Brits are four times more likely to die from the coronavirus.Above this, he wrote: “Was this virus a natural mistake or a designed mistake…?”I wonder does this virus deliberately attacks a certain blood type….?”Sol’s tweet provoked anger online, with one Twitter user responding: “Don’t be that guy Sol…”Another wrote: “There’s still time to delete this…”The football season was brought to an abrupt end in mid-March as the country went into lockdown to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.While Project Restart aims to get the Premier League up and running again soon, there are fears for League One and Two sides who face the prospect of the season being prematurely ended.This would mean relegation for Sol’s Southend United – who sit in 22nd place in League One, 16 points behind AFC Wimbledon.888 Real Housewife Leanne Brown was criticised for claiming a coronavirus vaccine would be “dangerous”Credit: InstagramSAFETY FIRSTBut Sol said that safety must come first for footballers.He told the Southend Echo: ““I think safety has to come before anything else.“I know other countries are looking to come back and Germany are close to playing again but their numbers have been lower than ours.“I don’t think you can consider bringing back football here until it’s safe to do so but we have to be ready for every possible outcome.”Campbell is not the only famous person to indulge in coronavirus conspiracy theories.Last week, Real Housewives star Leanne Brown was criticised for claiming a coronavirus vaccine would be “dangerous”.MOST READ IN FOOTBALLTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50’ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’PicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidThe wife of ex-Manchester United ace Wes Brown made the comments during a video uploaded to Instagram, in which she dubbed the nation-wide lockdown a form of “state control”.Speaking to her 260,000 Instagram followers, Leanne said: “I hope it won’t be mandatory in the UK, because I definitely won’t be having it.”It comes as Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to unveil a ‘roadmap’ for the country’s next steps following seven weeks of lockdown on Sunday evening in an address to the nation.CORONAVIRUS CRISIS – STAY IN THE KNOWDon’t miss the latest news and figures – and essential advice for you and your family.To receive The Sun’s Coronavirus newsletter in your inbox every tea time, sign up here.To follow us on Facebook, simply ‘Like’ our Coronavirus page.Get Britain’s best-selling newspaper delivered to your smartphone or tablet each day – find out more.8 The ex-England star has said that safety must come first for footballers if the season returnsCredit: Getty – Contributor8 Sol’s Southend could face relegation if League One is finishedCredit: Rex Featureslast_img read more

Argentina and Messi not getting any sympathy from Brazil

first_imgSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Argentina’s Lionel Messi gestures at the end of the goalless 2018 World Cup qualifier football match against Peru in Buenos Aires on October 5, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICHSAO PAULO — With Argentina and Lionel Messi on the brink of missing the World Cup, they are not receiving any sympathy from archrival Brazil.Five-time champion Brazil qualified six months ago for the finals in Russia, and have been fascinated watching their archrival struggle to join them. Not even an entreaty from Argentina’s main sports newspaper Ole saying “I need you” in Portuguese seemed to move the leader of South American World Cup qualifying.ADVERTISEMENT NBA: LeBron supports new All Star Game format: ‘Not a bad idea’ Brazil is unbeaten in its 11 World Cup qualifiers under Tite. Nine were victories. If Chile can end Brazil’s unbeaten string, the reigning Copa America champion will advance to its third straight World Cup.“We think we have the weapons to do it,” Chile goalkeeper Claudio Bravo said.Bravo ruled out any collusion to hurt Argentina’s chances.“We don’t think of an agreement not to attack,” Bravo said. “Brazil is a team that presses and plays well. They are at home, which favors them. But we improved in the last match. We’ll play our game and try to makehistory.”After Monday’s training at Allianz Parque, Tite confirmed Brazil will test goalkeeper Ederson as a starter. He confirmed that defender Marquinhos, who will replace the injured Thiago Silva, will be the captain forthe clash against the desperate Chileans in Sao Paulo.Chile will be without key midfielder Arturo Vidal, who is suspended for an accumulation of yellow cards.Chile coach Juan Antonio Pizzi has called up Esteban Pavez, who plays for Brazil’s Atletico Paranaense.“We qualified for the World Cup three matches ago and this has not changed the seriousness and the behavior of our team,” Gabriel Jesus said. “And it won’t change now.”In social media many Brazilian fans have jokingly said Chile should get a hand to advance and put the Argentines at an even bigger risk of humiliation. “Entrega Brasil”, which means “Give it away Brazil” in Portuguese, has been one of the most mentioned lines by Brazilians on Twitter since last week. View comments Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set 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 In other matches, which all start at the same time, its Brazil-Chile, Peru-Colombia, Paraguay-Venezuela, and Uruguay-Bolivia.Argentina needs a victory to get at least a playoff spot. Any other result puts it in jeopardy of missing the World Cup for the first time since 1970.Leader Brazil has 38 points. Uruguay is next with 28 and is a cinch to qualify. That leaves five teams separated by two points: Chile (26), Colombia (26), Peru (25), Argentina (25), and Paraguay (24).A World Cup without Argentina and Messi would hurt the TV networks, Russian ticket sales, and FIFA, which needs an exciting tournament to distract from any problems off the pitch.“It’s natural that a World Cup without Brazil, Argentina, or Germany would lose a little of its charm,” Brazil defender Miranda said. “But our goal is to qualify to the World Cup and our opponents should deal with their own situations.”ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hourscenter_img Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ LATEST STORIES OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene “Qualification to the World Cup is not about one game, it is about a full campaign”, Brazil coach Tite said on Monday after being questioned about Argentina’s possible absence in Russia. “Yesterday, we thanked each other because we are already qualified. I can’t imagine what it is like for others; they must be having trouble sleeping. (In the end), others will reap what their work sowed.”Striker Gabriel Jesus said: “Everybody knows the skills of Messi and the importance of Argentina. If they are where they are, it’s because of what they have done. Of course, you talk about Messi, one of the best players football has ever had. But we have to think only about ourselves.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogSouth America wraps up regional qualifying on Tuesday. Only Brazil is in. Three other teams will gain automatic berths, and one more qualifies for a playoff next month against New Zealand.Most eyes are on Argentina’s match in Ecuador, played at 2,850 meters (9,350 feet) in the thin air of Quito.last_img read more

Hundreds of millions tendered for Belle Vue rip-rap sea defence, roads

first_imgThe Public Infrastructure Ministry has procured tenders for a number of road works, in addition to the construction of a rip-rap sea defence at Belle Vue, West Bank Demerara, Region Three (Essequibo Islands-West Demerara), when the Tender Board met at the National Procurement and Tendering Administration (NPTA), Finance Ministry, in Georgetown on Tuesday. This tender attracted 14 bidders with the Engineer’s estimate reaching the sum of $175,853,850.A total of 14 bids were opened for the construction of a nursing hostel in the New Amsterdam School of Nursing compound, Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne).The entity procuring this service is the Public Health Ministry with the Engineer’s estimated cost to construct is $60,136,213.According to information received from bidders, the hostel is expected to contain 16 self-contained units, inclusive of a toilet and bath. The dimensions of the rooms will be 13 feet by 28 feet.In addition to the hostel, tenders were also presented for the extension of the School of Nursing building in New Amsterdam.This expansion attracted 13 bidders with the Engineer’s estimate of $30,488,511.The Ministry of the Presidency also tendered for rehabilitative works to the Cabinet Room. The engineer’s estimate to complete the rehabilitation was $32,157,250.last_img read more

Information being compiled – President

first_imgInquiry into extrajudicial killingsPresident David Granger is holding to a promise made while he was Opposition Leader to probe the extrajudicial killings that occurred in Guyana during the period 2000 to 2008.According to the Head of State, such an inquiry is still on the table. In fact, he noted that the information required to conduct the probes are being compiled. “The information is still being compiled; as you know, we’ve taken actions to ensure that inquests are conducted,” he stated during the weekly programme The Public Interest, which was aired on Friday.Convicted felon Roger KhanGranger noted that he cannot fathom what prevented the previous administration from taking such steps, especially since one of its Cabinet members, former Agriculture Minister Satyadeo Sawh, was killed in the same manner.“Even in the case of the Minister of Agriculture who was assassinated, a sitting member of Cabinet, and there is no investigations, no inquest, no magistrate’s inquest wasn’t conducted. Members of the (Sawh) family have spoken to me face to face and asked for investigations to be done and we are proceeding in that way,” the President asserted.Sawh, his sister Phulmattie Persaud, his brother Rajpat Sawh and security guard Curtis Robinson, were gunned down on April 22, 2008 at the former Minister’s La Bonne Intention, East Coast Demerara, home.As Opposition Leader and even after his appointment into the presidency, Granger has called for a Commission of Inquiry into extrajudicial killings in Guyana.President David GrangerIn August 2015, while addressing a forum on the State of African-Guyanese at the Critchlow Labour College, President Granger said: “I will ensure that all those who were killed have their deaths investigated.”He also reiterated his intention to see a motion passed in the National Assembly for the appointment of a Commission of Inquiry which will probe a large number of killings during the period 2000 to 2008.Granger had first drafted the motion in 2012 while he was Opposition Leader. It seeks to investigate, among others, the killing of Sawh and the massacres at Lusignan, Bartica and Lindo Creek.In efforts to take a step closer to those killings, government wanted to ensure that there is an efficient and effective Coroner Department in place to investigate the crimes of that period. In this vain, government used its one seat majority in the National Assembly back in January this year to pass the Coroner’s Amendment Bill, which will see, among other things, a minimum of four full-time coroners in Demerara, three in Berbice and two in Essequibo.The Coalition has contended that during the ‘Phantom Squad’ era and prison escapee-led crime spree, hundreds of Guyanese lives were lost, including many police officers. Some 31 ranks including Superintendent Leon Fraser were killed in the line of duty during the period proposed for probing.The notorious ‘Phantom Squad’ is said to be led by self-confessed druglord Shaheed Roger Khan, who is currently serving a 15-year sentence in the United States after he pleaded guilty to arms trafficking, drug trafficking, conspiracy and witness tampering.Khan had made claims of working to curb an out-of-control crime situation during that period by using extrajudicial methods of execution.In October last year, US Ambassador Perry Holloway had told local reporters, when asked, that there is a possibility for the Guyana Government to access Khan’s testimony in the US Courts. He noted that there is a process to follow but one which has high requirements. Nevertheless, the US diplomat said that his country would cooperate if the necessary procedures are followed.“If the rules and regulations of the agreement are done with Guyana, or we have signed up under the UN or OAS to allow for such a thing, we would be sure to be disposed to cooperating within the framework of the rule of law,” the US Ambassador had stated.In response, President Granger disclosed back in March that there are plans to probe extrajudicial killings and noted that if there are connections to the convicted drug baron, then the Guyana Government will seek to engage him.“Wherever those leads take us, we will follow… We need to have a lawful and orderly society and whoever is accused of committing murders will have to be punished… I’m not accusing anybody but where ever those leads take us, we will follow to make sure justice is done and Guyanese can live in a country where they can be assured of being safe,” the Head of State had remarked.On the other hand, even as the Coalition is adamant about probing the killings during the 2000 to 2008 era, the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Opposition had raised concerns, noting that government should launch investigations dating back to the 1970s and not only the 2000s.In fact, Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo had accused the coalition of being selective in its calls for investigations and suggested instead that the probe be done into all the murders and all the missing weaponry: “We should have an inquiry into everything, maybe the mother of all inquiries.”last_img read more

MySpace to offer news, lifestyle video channels

first_imgSocial networking site MySpace is launching video channels that will feature news and lifestyle video from partners including The New York Times and National Geographic, the company announced Tuesday. The channels will include programming created for the Web and comes as MySpace, which is owned by Rupert Murdoch’s media conglomerate News Corp., is rapidly expanding its video offerings. Video is seen as an important driver of traffic to sites such as MySpace, Google Inc.’s YouTube and other sites offering both user-generated fare and shows produced by TV networks and others. Advertisers are shifting money from traditional network TV to the Internet, a key issue this week as major networks start the process of selling ad time for fall shows. In the coming months, MySpace has said it will offer video channels from National Geographic, including short video drawn from shows such as “Explorer” and “The Dog Whisperer.” Also featured will be movie reviews, political news and other content from the Times and Reuters Group PLC, which has agreed to be acquired by the Canadian publishing company Thomson Corp. MySpace’s new lifestyle channels will feature animation, video games and other video from News Corp.’s IGN Entertainment site and shows from Ripe TV targeted to young adult males. Other channels will include The Daily Reel, a selection of the best short video clips on the Web; Expert Village, offering advice on topics such as “how to make the perfect margarita”; Kush TV, featuring reality shows and coverage of live concert and sporting events. Other partners will include LX.TV, which will feature dining, shopping and night-life guidance in major cities; and VBS tv, a music and cultural channel from the makers of Vice magazine and Young Hollywood, featuring exclusive celebrity footage and videos. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

RVP rules out leaving Manchester United for Besiktas

first_img Robin van Persie 1 Robin van Persie has turned the down the opportunity to join Besiktas.Manchester United are prepared to listen to offers for the 31-year-old striker this summer and the Turkish giants have targeted him as a replacement for Demba Ba, who has joined Shanghai Shenhua.Besiktas were prepared to pay around £7million for the Dutchman and offer him a lucrative long-term contract.But talkSPORT understands Van Persie is reluctant to uproot his family and move to Turkey and will not consider any proposal from the club.The former Arsenal captain still has a year left to run on his United contract and is not pushing to leave.However, Van Persie wants regular football next season and will consider a switch away if he fails to receive any assurances from Louis van Gaal over his future.last_img read more

MOTORISTS WARNED AS GORSE FIRE BREAKS OUT NEAR N56

first_imgMOTORISTS are being warned to drive with extra care on the N56 at Termon this evening because of a gorse fire.The picture – taken by a Donegal Daily reader at 5pm – shows the fire taking hold close to the main road.Fire crews have been informed and on their way to the scene. MOTORISTS WARNED AS GORSE FIRE BREAKS OUT NEAR N56 was last modified: April 10th, 2013 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)last_img read more