Wales female legend says Ramsey will do well in Juventus

first_imgAccording to Jess Fishlock, a move to the Italian League Serie A giants will benefit Aaron Ramsey and “prolong his career.”There have been some rumors that Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey will sign with Italian Lega Serie A club Juventus.And fellow Wales female footballer, and current Olympique Lyonnais midfielder and coach, Jess Fishlock says a move for Ramsey would be the best thing that can happen to him.“Will Ramsey go to Juve? I hope he does,” Fishlock said to the BBC.Romelu Lukaku, Inter MilanLukaku backed to beat Ronaldo in Serie A scoring charts Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Former Inter Milan star Andy van der Meyde is confident Romelu Lukaku will outscore Cristiano Ronaldo in this season’s Serie A.“I know there is a bubble in England, I completely understand that the Premier League is a massive bubble, but there are other leagues out there who produce some of the best players in the world, through their development.”“If you are a young, aspiring kid who wants to go about things the right way and get to the level you want to and be respected for who you are, then yeah, going to a different environment that is all about football, it is impossible that, that could hurt you,” she added.“It is only going to make you better and there is evidence with Sancho of that.”“If Ramsey goes to Juve, not only will it extend his career, he will get better. He will,” Fishlock concluded.last_img read more

Everyman to meet Clement Howell High Choir today

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 25 Mar 2015 – This morning members of Everyman will visit Clement Howell High School where the choir will perform. The group has done an excellent rendition of Everyman’s hit song: Beautiful by Nature including starring in a music video supported by Everyman’s founding member Joe Zahm. It will be a quick hello and thank you to the students who will also perform this coming Saturday at the two day concert event set for Salt at Blue Haven Resort. Zahm, one of the writers of ‘Beautiful by Nature’ shared that along with V6, Jenarto and Jervon Laporte and the JD Horns… Cray Ewing will perform at the show. National Heritage Month ends Recommended for you Eagles win again at InterHigh Championships Related Items:clement howell high school, everyman Clement Howell High get their hands dirty for World Wetlands Day 2016last_img read more

Hubei China to The Bahamas A Coming Together for Business Development

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp8th November 2015 – Freeport, Grand Bahama: As the anticipation steadily grows throughout the business community for the upcoming ‘Hubei China To The Bahamas – Investment & Trade Mission” scheduled for 29th November – 2nd December 2015, businesses on both Grand Bahama and New Providence, have united their resources to ensure that the four day initiative is a successful venture that could possibly open the door to a reservoir of opportunities for Bahamian entrepreneurs and established business owners throughout The Bahamas. A network of private businesses and organizations has signed on as partners to the Investment and Trade Mission which is being led by Hubei Province Government Officials and consists of a delegation of executives representing various enterprises in Hubei China. Companies coming on board to support this business development initiative include The Grand Bahama Island Tourism Board, Sunshine Holdings Limited, Sharon Wilson & Co. Attorneys-at-Law Notaries Public, Mychal Thompson Foundation, Bahamas Chamber of Commerce & Employers’ Confederation, The Grand Lucayan Beach & Golf Resort, Maecal Electronics, A Social Affair, and Derek Carroll Photography. Media Partners include The Freeport News, Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas, The Bahamas Weekly, Keen I Media, Mackey Media Ltd, Happenings Around Town, and Bahama Buy & Sell.The growing list of companies that have already pledged their support and resources to the event is a strong indicator of the appeal of the initiative that allows Bahamian businesses to take advantage of this direct link to import, export, market research, and sales and distribution channels with Hubei Province. Organized and co-sponsored by Immerse Bahamas, in conjunction with the Ministry for Grand Bahama, The Grand Bahama Port Authority and The Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce, the mission is described as a great opportunity for the representatives to meet one-on-one with Bahamian business owners to discuss potential investment opportunities in The Bahamas. “The Mission not only presents the opportunity for match-making with Hubei enterprises, but with the proposed signing of the MOU between the China Council for Promotion of International Trade [CCPIT], Sub-Council, Hubei and The Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce, the door is open for continuous exchange of trade and economic cooperation,” said Ginger Moxey, President and CEO of Immerse Bahamas.“What we will witness, as a result of this initiative, is the development of a number of business relationships; an enlightenment of the opportunities; and a collaborative effort to promote education, trade and economic expansion opportunities for both The Bahamas and Hubei China,” Moxey continued.Grand Bahama Island was chosen as an ideal “match making” destination for the Trade Mission by CCPIT Hubei, as a part of their ‘Entering America’ initiative, largely because of the island’s industrial attributes. Interested persons can register with the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce. Chinese Expo set for Freeport this November Related Items:ginger moxey, Hubei China, immerse bahamas Immerse Magazine hand delivered to Bahamas Prime Minister Immerse Bahamas continues promotion of The Bahamas at US-China Sister Cities Conference Recommended for youlast_img read more

Two systems under watch in Tropics

first_img Three names retired ahead of Hurricane Season start Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 06 Nov 2015 – Two systems under watch in the tropics; both are charted at low chance for development and later this weekend Puerto Rico is forecast to experience rain and cloudiness from the one area of disturbed weather in the Caribbean. Atlantic Hurricane Season ends November 30. Related Items:atlantic hurricane season, two systems TCI Disaster Office launches Hurricane Prep Month Recommended for you Atlantic Hurricane Season over; takes 88 lives, costs $590 millionlast_img

Telecommunications Commission marks 10 Years

first_img Recommended for you Related Items:John Williams, Telecommunications Commission Caribbean Conference hosted by TCI Telecommunications Commission in Providenciales Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 24 Nov 2015 – The TCI Telecommunications Commission is marking ten years this 2015 and during last week’s commemorative events, there was a cocktail reception at Kalooki’s, an interactive workshop with high schools and a workshop where stakeholders in the marketplace spoke about over the top services like ‘WhatsApp’ and how these are slicing into profitability.John Williams, Director General of the Commission the significance of the anniversary. “For us to still be here after 10 years and doing our very best to keep competition alive and that’s the main thing, to keep competition in the market and to make sure everyone has a fair shake, the operators as well as the consumers.” WhatsApp, Netflix, Skype; Cutting profits to Telecoms companies Cabinet Approves NEW government board memberslast_img read more

DM Leader CFO was leaving Premier pulled sham

first_img TCI Premier blasts Opposition side for “slop” information, sets it straight in HOA Nearly 30 Haitians caught following illegal landing in Nassau, says Defence Force Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, November 18, 2016 – The UK appointed Chief Financial Officer will leave the Turks and Caicos in March 2017 but not because the Premier negotiated for it when he visited the UK earlier this month; the Governor’s Office yesterday informed Magnetic Media that Stephen Turnbull will leave because that is when his UK contract expires.The question to the Governor Office by Magnetic Media came after PDM Leader, Sharlene Robinson responded to our query on where her party stands when it comes to the CFO.  “The fact that the CFO’s position had already been discussed with the Premier and the former Baron Duddridge, he had said to the Premier, that he would not be touching the position of CFO, contrary to what the Premier has said to this country, that he would not be touching the CFO’s position until his contract was expired March 2017.  So Turks and Caicos once again your Premier has been less than truthful.  That position has not been revoked, the contract has expired.”The Governor’s Office said: ” The CFO’s contract is due to expire on 31 March 2017. That is also the date which Baroness Anelay has stated that the CFO slot will end.”   That slot is the constitutional removal by Order in Council, which she has promised Premier Rufus Ewing will happen also by March 2017.The PDM took some hits for not supporting the stance of Ewing when he demanded that the CFO go; but Robinson characterized the move as an election ploy and that the PNP did not make the British remove the CFO; that he was going anyway.“And the People’s Democratic Movement stood together, though not documented in an official position, but we’ve communicated to the Solicitor General, with the Deputy Leader present, with the Attorney General present, with the Governor present that we will not support the continuing of that role once the guarantee was paid off.  So for the record, it has not been revoked, the contract for the current CFO actually expires March 2017, and that’s when they will not renew another, and because we’ve taken the same position as the PNP, there will be no further CFO.” Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Related Items:#CFOwasleaving, #MagneticNewsMedia Bahamas Police Commissioner Greenslade gone to UK, appointed as High Commissionerlast_img read more


first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp TCI: ‘I Love Me’ says Long Bay High students Recommended for you Related Items:#LongBayHighSchool, #phase3longbayhighschool Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, May 12, 2017 – Providenciales – The Ministry of Education is pleased to inform the public that the work on Phase 3 of the Long Bay High School has commenced.  The project is scheduled to be completed by early 2018. The Ministry of Education extends an invitation to the parents of students in Form 2 at the Long Bay High School to attend a meeting on Thursday, 18th May at 5:00pm at the school to discuss interim plans for the upcoming school year which begins September 2017.#LongBayHighSchool#phase3longbayhighschoollast_img

UNDP Offices join forces

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Jamaica, September 11, 2017 – Kingston – UN Development Programme (UNDP) offices in the Caribbean have joined forces in a Regional Recovery Strategy for Irma-affected Small Island Developing States.   This includes debris and waste removal, immediate short-term employment for affected women and men and community infrastructure rehabilitation, focusing on Dutch and English-speaking Caribbean countries.The strategy will be developed and implemented in support of and upon request from national authorities, coordinated by UNDP in Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados, which also cover several other island states.The temporary training and employment for affected women and men aims to quickly inject cash in affected communities, tools, equipment and technical capacity of professionals such as engineers and architects. The strategy also entails training and support to community-based micro and small businesses to help resume economic activities.A dozen UNDP crisis recovery experts have been deployed to the region and are immediately available to provide assistance.“Whatever challenges lie ahead, the nations of the Caribbean do not stand alone,”  said UNDP Jamaica Resident Representative Bruno Pouezat.“UNDP continues to monitor all hurricane systems in the region and is on standby to support the region make full recovery, rebuild more resilient economies and institutions, and fulfill the global pledge to leave no one behind”.Recovery activities will immediately kick off in most affected areas with initiatives showing quick tangible results that can be easily replicated in other areas as needed“Based on these initial assessments, we will then support the coordination of relief and reconstruction and the mobilization of international resources for the recovery period,”  Mr. Poezat added.UNDP is establishing a technical team that will provide direct support to country offices and affected countries.   Implementation could start in the next two weeks depending on government engagement, community interest and logistics.UNDP has joined forces with sister UN agencies, funds and programmes in deploying first-responder teams.   The UNDP office in Jamaica, which also supports Turks and Caicos, The Bahamas, Cayman Islands and Bermuda is coordinating first responder teams which started arriving in Jamaica 8 September to travel to Turks and Caicos and The Bahamas together with the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency.   The team includes a United Nations Disaster Assessment and Coordination team, to strengthen national capacity to assess damage to infrastructure including water and sanitation and coordinate relief efforts, as well as a UNDP Disaster Reduction Specialist.To this end, UNDP is also collecting donations online to help women and men in Irma-affected countries rebuild their lives: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:last_img read more

Provo invited to meet PDM Administration on Monday

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, November 10, 2017 – Providenciales – More public meetings are on the horizon; Middle Caicos gets it PDM Administration session today around 2:30pm at the Community Center and tonight, North Caicos will have a chance to speak to government leaders at the Raymon Gardiner High at 6:30pm.Already meetings have been held in South Caicos and Grand Turk and on Monday, Providenciales has its turn at 6:30pm at the Gus Lightbourne Gym.#MagneticMediaNews#PDMtownmeetings2017 Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img

Ahly manager believes in African Champions League title

first_imgFor Patrice Carteron, the chance to win the continental tournament and then play in the FIFA Club World Cup is unique for his Egyptian teamAl Ahly SC from Egypt will play in the African Champions League final against Tunisian Esperance de Tunis club.And for Ahly manager Patrice Carteron, his side has all the chances to lift the trophy and qualify to the FIFA Club World Cup in the United Arab Emirates.“The final includes two matches and I asked my players to be calm during Friday’s clash as they will have the chance to overturn any negative result in the second leg,” Carteron told Ahram.“I am fully confident of the capacities of my players but the most important thing is to play without pressure.”Report: Chaos of the African Champions League final George Patchias – August 1, 2019 Teams walking off in the game, VAR breaking down and the Court of Arbitration for Sport asked to decide the result.In a report from…“I know that they are very exhausted but I am sure that they are capable of winning the title,” he added.“My target is to win the Champions League title. Now we will play the final and we are all determined to win the title.”“Our attack is the best in the competition,” Carteron commented.“It is true that we squandered many goal-scoring chances against ES Setif in the semis but we realized our target and we reached the final.”last_img read more