Tautuaa gets fresh start with Globalport: ‘I’m going to work as hard as I can’

first_imgCabuyao City rising above the ashes through volunteerism LATEST STORIES MOST READ Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Tautuaa will look to improve on his Philippine Cup numbers, when he averaged 8.64 points and 7.82 rebounds during the eliminations, under the tutelage of fiery Globalport head coach Pido Jarencio.And the newly minted Batang Pier already took a liking to Jarencio’s explosive demeanor, a far cry from the calm and collected approach of Tautuaa’s previous coaches in Jong Uichico and Nash Racela.“He’s good, he’s got that fire in him and he’ll get mad when needs to but he’ll encourage when he needs to,” said Tautuaa. “He sets that balance and it’s good especially that for this team we got a lot of tools.”Tautuaa joins a Globalport team that has Kelly Nabong who anchors the middle, Sean Anthony who stabilizes the wings, and Stanley Pringle who have worked as the team’s general since 2014.ADVERTISEMENT Recto seeks to establish Taal rehab body to aid community, eruption victims Tautuaa’s first two years in the PBA were met predicaments outside his control as injuries hampered the fun-loving big man throughout his stay with TNT, bruising his rib in early 2017 with the pain lingering for much of the year.Those injuries may have limited Tautuaa’s on-court production, but that didn’t have an effect on his psyche as he now tries to start off on fresh legs with for Globalport.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownTautuaa was part of a blockbuster trade that sent him and two future draft picks to the Batang Pier’s camp in exchange for shooting guard Terrence Romeo and Yousef Taha.“It’s a new start, a fresh start, and I’m going to work as hard as I can,” said Tautuaa after their Thursday practice Green Meadows clubhouse. “I’m in this spot where I was given an opportunity with a great team and I just got to go as hard as I can for them.” In Liverpool, Man United sees the pain and path to recovery Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Balanza saves Wangs-Letran to end D-League run on a high Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Conor McGregor seeks to emerge from controversy in UFC comeback Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown among SAG Awards presenters Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 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 It’s no secret that Moala Tautuaa hasn’t had much individual success when he joined the PBA in 2015 as the top overall pick.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

Flyers heading to Bentley for double-header with Generals

first_imgThe weekend showdown will be the first of two back-to-back games scheduled between the Flyers and the Generals, who will play Saturday, November 10 and again Sunday, November 11 in an afternoon game.The two clubs will then meet again in Fort St. John on January 5 and 6.It’s a big weekend for the Senior Flyers, as they will need these AAA tune-up games to prepare them for the level of competition they will face in March, when Fort St. John hosts the Savage Cup.- Advertisement -Even more important is that this year, Bentley will be hosting the 2012 Allan Cup, and with the omission of the 2012 McKenzie Cup tournament, the four games could provide the Flyers some useful insight into their potential future opponents.The Senior Flyers enter the weekend leading the North Peace Hockey League’s West Division with a perfect 3-0 record and are coming off an exciting 5-4 overtime victory at home against the Dawson Creek Canucks.The next home game for the Flyers will be Saturday, November 17 when they welcome the Grande Prairie Athletics back to town – a team the Flyers defeated their first game of the season 5-1 on the road.Advertisement To check out what’s going on with the Senior Flyers this year, visit the Club’s official website.last_img read more

Northern Metalic Flyers begin provincials in Salmon Arm

first_imgSALMON ARM, B.C. – The Fort St. John Northern Metalic Flyers are lacing up the skates in Salmon Arm for B.C. Hockey’s tier two bantam provincials. In their first contest yesterday they took on the host team and lost 2-1.Trailing by two in the third period the Flyers got on the board. Tyler Turner was credited with the goal with assists going to Nathan Brownlee, and Cooper Beamish.The team’s second game has just gotten underway as they’re on the ice with Trail.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Fowler hails Arsenal’s signing of Sanchez and admits: ‘I would have loved him at Liverpool’

first_imgRobbie Fowler reckons Arsenal will be serious title challengers next season after the signing of Alexis Sanchez.The Gunners fought off interest from Fowler’s former club Liverpool to land the Chilean star from Barcelona in a deal worth more than £30million.Fowler admits he would have loved to have seen Sanchez at Anfield, and believes Arsene Wenger has pulled off a terrific piece of business.Speaking on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, on behalf SportsYapper, Fowler said: “He is a great player. He is one of the players who have lit up the World Cup.“To be honest, I would have liked to have seen him at Liverpool. Fair play to Arsene Wenger and Arsenal for getting him there.“Arsenal have lacked that striking option up there with [Olivier] Giroud and they are going to be there or thereabouts now.“They have needed someone up top. Arsenal have been crying out for someone with a little pace up front.”last_img read more

Exclusive – Revealed! Bizarre post-match talk to Bradford players by Chelsea boss Mourinho

first_img‘Big balls!’That’s what Jose Mourinho told the victorious Bradford City players, following their astonishing 4-2 FA Cup victory over Chelsea.The Portuguese coach admitted he was ashamed by the Blues’ performance at Stamford Bridge but Bantams striker Jon Stead has revealed, despite his obvious disappointment, the 52-year-old took time out to personally praise the visitors’ players and staff in the dressing room after the game.“He came in, he shook everyone’s hand, came round all the staff and players, and as he was going he said, ‘big balls, big balls!’“He is an incredible manager and an incredible guy and that was a touch of class from him.”last_img read more

8 apartments in fumigated SP building are burglarized

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre Eight units at 1240 Centre St. were broken into sometime between the time that workers tented the building Monday morning and when the tarp was removed Tuesday afternoon. The only unit not burglarized belonged to the apartment manager. Pinnacle Property Management in Torrance informed the residents, who were staying at a nearby Vagabond Inn, on Tuesday about the break-ins. The residents, however, had to wait another day before they could return home, since it takes 24 hours for toxic gas to clear out once the tent is removed. “That was the worst part, having to wait in the hotel knowing your home was robbed,” resident Robert Ausbourne said. “We didn’t get much sleep that night.” On Wednesday, residents found their homes ransacked and their valuables gone. “They ripped out all the drawers and threw stuff everywhere,” said Rob Currier, standing in the middle of his apartment. “I go to get something and it’s gone. Just this morning I went looking for my Bluetooth and it wasn’t there.” The burglars took mostly jewelry, video games and consoles, cameras, electronics and cash. Some residents said they found their computers in an outdoor main hallway, as if the thieves left them behind in a hurry. “They sliced the tarp with a knife and busted the doorknobs off the units,” said Jaime Rivas, owner of Kal Fume in Buena Park, the company contracted by Gateway Exterminators in Los Angeles to fumigate the apartments. “I called the Police Department in San Pedro but they said they wouldn’t come until the homeowners had come back,” Rivas said. Harbor Division police Sgt. Mark Jauregui said Rivas’ call was not logged, but it’s possible an officer told him the investigation couldn’t start until the building was safe to enter. “I’m surprised the people at Kal Fume aren’t trained not to touch a tented building that has been breached or if they find the building not secured,” said Andy Santonello of Andy’s Termite and Pest Control in Lomita. Santonello said he thought it was common practice for fumigators to wait until police arrived before finishing the job. State law requires licensed fumigators not only to lock each apartment, but also secure each door with a secondary lock. Already the fumigators have different information than the police detectives. Rivas said when his workers removed the tent, the apartment doors were open and it looked like the thieves broke the locks. Some of the doorknobs were so mangled that workers had to nail the doors shut after they left. However, Detective Maurice Graham said there was no forced entry. “(The suspects) went in and the doors to the units were open,” Graham said. “We don’t have any leads and we don’t know how they did it.” Once the fumigators – who had keys to every unit – removed the torn tent, they entered each apartment, stepping over items scattered by the looters to open the windows to disseminate the toxic fumes, Rivas said. By Thursday afternoon, police detectives had not yet interviewed Kal Fume’s fumigators. “We’ll eventually get around to calling them,” Graham said. If the thieves entered the building while it was fumigated, they not only would have been exposed to deadly Vikane gas, but also to tear gas, which is added to deter people and animals from entering the tents. They would have also needed special respirators, similar to the kind used by firefighters since regular gas masks do not filter out Vikane. “Vikane is very, very deadly,” Santonello said. “If we were to walk into a fumigation we would be dead in two minutes.” Such thieves usually are familiar with how to access a tented building and avoid being poisoned. “Any fumigator would find it very easy to burglarize other fumigation projects,” Santonello said. “Tear gas and secondary locks are well known to all fumigators. We all buy secondary locks from the same supplier, as well as the mechanisms to open them.” Detectives are still taking inventory of what was stolen and apartments are being dusted for prints. “Until we start eliminating people, everyone is a suspect,” Graham said. megan.bagdonas@dailybreeze.com160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! On Monday, poisonous gas filled Corinna Talavera’s apartment building in San Pedro. On Tuesday, she found out nearly the entire complex that had been fumigated for termites was burglarized. On Wednesday, the police arrived. “I left here feeling safe,” said Talavera, who came home to a ransacked apartment. “Now I feel confused and scared for my children.” last_img read more

Paul Lambert to leave post as Blackburn manager after activating release clause

first_img1 Paul Lambert Blackburn Rovers have announced Paul Lambert will stand down as manager at the end of the season.The Scot has only been in the role since November, when he replaced Gary Bowyer on a two-and-a-half year deal.But he recently admitted he was weighing up his future after problems on and off the field.Now, having held talks with the Championship club’s Indian owners, Lambert has decided to activate a release clause in his contract.He will remain in charge for the final two games of the season against Rotherham and Reading before stepping aside.“I would like to place on record my thanks to the owners, and especially the players, staff and fans for the tremendous backing and support I have received since I arrived,” said Lambert.“It’s a brilliant club, with great people, and I wish it every success in the future. For now, I remain fully focused and determined to try to win the final two games of the season, starting this Saturday against Rotherham.”Lambert’s imminent departure leaves Rovers –  currently 19th in the Championship table – looking for an eighth permanent manager in less than eight years.A club statement read: “Blackburn Rovers would like to thank Paul for all his efforts since joining the club in November and wish him well for the future.“The club will begin its search for a new manager with immediate effect.”last_img read more

Dungloe housing project to proceed after issues

first_imgThe Dungloe Community Housing project is to proceed to construction stage immediately.The announcement comes following a number of issues which arose and threatened the project’s viability recently.Both Deputy Pearse Doherty and Pat the Cope Gallagher have held a number of emergency meetings with Minister Finian Mc Grath recently in order to overcome the issues. The issues had been highlighted by the HSE and were imposing massive constraints on the overall sustainability of the project in Dungloe.The project is funded by the Department of Housing and consists of Community Group Houses numbering 3 housing units of 4 individual self-contained bedrooms at Fair Hill Dungloe.The formal approval was granted to the Co Donegal Parents and Friends for People with Intellectual Disabilities for this development to progress to construction stage.Each proposed unit will consist of 4 individual living accommodations – made up of ensuite room up to current HIQA standards and each unit then will have a communal sitting room, quiet room, visitor room and dining room. When completed it is anticipated that the 3 units will provide assisted living accommodation for 12 people in total.This development will replace the existing unit on the Church Road at Dungloe. The proposed new development will be funded by the Department of Housing and Local Government and we expect construction works to begin within a matter of months.Pat the Cope and Pearse Doherty both added “We wish to pay tribute to the board of the Parents and Friends Association, who have worked tirelessly and have brought the project to this stage.“They have dedicated a great deal of time and planning into making this project a success and now as the project moves to construction stage they have a great deal to be proud of.“We wish also to acknowledge the work of the officials of the Housing Section of Donegal County Council for their excellent work on this project. “We also must acknowledge the intervention of Minister of State Finian Mc Grath, who through his offices and our continuous lobbying of the Department – the entire development as originally proposed and designed, will now proceed to construction rather than a scaled downed version which the HSE were proposing.“It was this revised proposal that lead to the recent delay in finally appointing a contractor for this most worthwhile development. But, we are glad to report that the entire project is to proceed now without delay and as originally proposed.”Both TDs met with the County Donegal Parents & Friends committee to convey this good news as the group were most anxious about the recent delays that were stalling this project.Dungloe housing project to proceed after issues was last modified: May 14th, 2019 by StephenShare 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:donegaldungloehousinglast_img read more

Women of excellence: Bongekile Radebe, social entrepreneur

first_imgBongekile Radebe is a self-driven young woman who has gained leadership skills through involvement in nation-building initiatives such as youth development programmes – including One Day Leader – and social entrepreneurship.Bongekile Radebe’s passion for women empowerment and leadership drove her to found the social enterprise Her Destiny. (Image: Brand South Africa)Brand South Africa reporterBongekile Radebe is a self-driven young woman from Mohlakeng, Randfontein who is currently completing her final year in B.Com in Finance at the University of Johannesburg.She gained her leadership skills through involvement in nation-building initiatives such as youth development programmes – including One Day Leader – and social entrepreneurship.Radebe has been recognised as a future promising leader by Destiny Magazine.Her passion for women empowerment and leadership drove her to found the social enterprise Her Destiny. A partnership with beverage brand Toni Glass, it provides a platform for empowering conversations related to connecting generations, personal development and understanding financial literacy.Her Destiny is a platform to help young women participate in the economic acceleration of South Africa.For every Toni Glass ice tea bottle sold at Her Destiny engagements, R1 is invested in Radebe’s Young Women’s Education Fund, which helps ease the cost of living for young women studying at university.Radebe’s dedication to the empowerment of women makes her a proud South African playing her part to build the nation.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.last_img read more

Radebe: academia must embrace the ideals of the NDP

first_img1 October 2015The principles of the National Development Plan (NDP), which South African society must strive to fulfil by 2030, were unpacked yesterday by Minister Jeff Radebe, the minister in the Presidency responsible for government planning, monitoring and evaluation.Radebe, also the chairperson of the National Planning Commission, was speaking at a public lecture held at the University of South Africa (Unisa), in Pretoria on 30 September.The NDP, the minister said, identified the critical challenges of unemployment, poverty and inequality that needed to be addressed. It also outlined the actions and measures that needed to be taken in order to achieve the vision.It outlined the physical, human and institutional capabilities necessary to ensure socio-economic transformation, Radebe added, saying it highlighted the importance of clarifying roles and responsibilities of different actors in government and society, to ensure effective implementation.“In this sense, the NDP is not the plan of government or the ruling party, but a plan for South Africa that is inclusive of all sections of society in which the state has a specific role relative to the roles of others,” he explained.Reiterating the minister’s remarks after his presentation, human rights lawyer Tseliso Thipanyane, who is the chief executive officer of the Safer South Africa Foundation, said the minister’s message about the NDP not being a government plan but a national plan that needed all sectors of society to participate in implementation, was an important one. It was a message that academics and their institutions, such as Unisa, had an important role to play in making the plan a success.“Academics,” Thipanyane said, “play a major role in producing future leaders of this country. Therefore, as they educate our young people they should bear in mind what the vision of this country is, and this lecture gave them a content of what they should be teaching.”South Africa could no longer have many young people with university qualifications which are not being used to contribute to the socio-economic development of the country.During his lecture, Radebe expanded on the NDP’s encouragement of good governance, as part of the non-physical infrastructure that needed to be developed to support socio-economic change. He explained that “the decisions about how to spend public resources, what to prioritise in the face of competing demands, the sequence in which to implement priorities, is a function of governance”.The decision about how much weight to give to international developments that affected our development, as well as the type of relations to have with other nations were functions of good governance. Communicating these decisions to citizens was also a function of government, which must be done in good faith for the good of the South African people, Radebe concluded.Source: SANews.govlast_img read more