first_imgDC vs SRH, IPL 2019: Feroz Shah Kotla is Sunrisers Hyderabad’s fortressIndian Premier League: Delhi Capitals face a stiff test against Sunrisers Hyderabad, who have a brilliant record at the former’s home ground — Feroz Shah Kotla.advertisement India Today Web Desk New DelhiApril 4, 2019UPDATED: April 4, 2019 17:01 IST IPL 2019, DC vs SRH: David Warner and Jonny Bairstow have given Sunrisers Hyderabad flying starts in the season (AP Photo)HIGHLIGHTSSunrisers Hyderabad have a 8-4 head-to-head record against Delhi Capitals in IPLSunrisers Hyderabad have played seven and won five of them at the Feroz Shah KotlaDelhi Capitals host Sunrisers Hyderabad in their third home game of IPL 2019 on ThursdayDelhi Capitals are heading into their fifth match of Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019 on the back of a demotivating collapse against Kings XI Punjab on April 1. The Capitals were cruising towards a 167-run target but they lost their last seven wickets for eight runs to slump to their second defeat in as many games.Delhi Capitals, on Thursday, will face another stern test as they host Sunrises Hyderabad at the Feroz Shah Kotla. Sunrisers have landed in Delhi on the back of a two-match winning streak, which includes a 118-run win over Royal Challengers Bangalore on March 31.Sunrisers Hyderabad will be hoping to make it three wins in as many matches and they will gain confidence from their excellent record at the Capitals’ home ground Feroz Shah Kotla.In seven matches, the Sunrisers have won five at the iconic venue. In fact, their win percentage at Kotla is 71.42, which is better than their record at home (66.66). Sunrisers have a positive head-to-head record of 8-4 against the Delhi Capitals in IPL.The Sunrisers completed a double over Delhi Capitals (then Delhi Daredevils) in IPL 2018, clinching big wins on both occasions. At the Kotla, Rishabh Pant’s dazzling hundred had helped the Daredevils post 187 on the board but a 176-run unbeaten stand between Shikhar Dhawan and Kane Williamson saw the Sunrisers gun down the target with seven balls to spare.Will in-form Warner, Bairstow continue fine form?The Delhi Capitals need a solid bowling performance on Thursday if they are to stop the Sunrisers Hyderabad juggernaut. In fact, David Warner and Jonny Bairstow, the two SRH openers, have stitched 100-plus stands in all the three matches they have played so far in IPL 2019.advertisementNotably, the Sunrisers Hyderabad have not lost a wicket in the powerplay overs in all their three matches and they are the only team to have done so.However, Sunrisers Hyderabad will be concerned about their bowling unit, especially pace leader Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s form. The India pacer is yet to open his account in IPL 2019 and has conceded aplenty. In fact, he didn’t even complete his quota of four overs in their big win over Royal Challengers Bangalore.On the other hand, Delhi Capitals’ veteran leg-spinner Amit Mishra is eyeing a major landmark as he will become only the second bowler after Lasith Malinga to pick up 150 wickets in IPL cricket if he adds one more to his tally. Mishra was rested for the Kings XI Punjab tie on April 1 but expect the leg-spinner to be back in the playing XI when Delhi play their fifth match of the season on Thursday.Also Read | Jos Buttler reacts to R Ashwin Mankading incident: The wrong decision was madeAlso Read | There are some chinks in Virat Kohli’s batting against spinners: VVS LaxmanAlso See:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAkshay Ramesh Tags :Follow Delhi Capitals vs Sunrisers HyderabadFollow Indian Premier LeagueFollow IPL 2019Follow Feroz Shah Kotlalast_img read more

first_img Editors’ Recommendations Tavis Beck/ UnsplashRe-watching Point Break (the original, not the abomination of a remake) inspired equal parts envy over Johnny Utah’s and Bodhi’s badass surfing skills and their rad, salt-baked, wind-whipped manes. After all, the artfully rumpled surfer hairstyle strikes just the right balance between scruffy and overly groomed, making it perfect for summer. “It’s a much lower maintenance style for guys who enjoy a free and adventurous lifestyle,” explains Baxter Finley barbers Erik Taylor and Carmen Serna. “There is not much upkeep so it’s great when you’re on-the-go or want to spend less time on styling.”While the most obvious method for replicating their Cali beach bum texture is to actually get up on a board, salty seawater does tend to leave locks parched and crispy. To avoid these adverse effects and assist those who want the look, but have no intention of riding a wave or even lounging by the shore, we asked Taylor and Serna how to fake a beachin’ texture.Length Matters“Your hair needs to be long enough to run your hands through it,” says Taylor. As long as you have some length, whether it’s just on top or all over, you can easily rock this style.Adjust for LengthBecause the goal is to get texture without any excessive crunch, modify the amount of texturizing spray you use based on your hair. That can vary from three pumps for shorter, finer hair to eight for thicker, longer manes. “You want to use just enough to leave your hair with a lived-in look,” says Serna.Mess It UpYou don’t want to smooth over this style, so skip the comb and up the dishevelment a bit by roughing your hair up with your hands. If you’re taking the beach bum look more literally and not washing your hair for a day or two, you can refresh it by hitting it with a spritz or two of texturizing spray.Here are a few products to help you score the look sans swells.Best Surfer Hair ProductsTriumph & Disaster Karekare Sea Salt Spray – $28Containing Epsom salt, sea beet, and willow hHerb, this sea salt spray hair tonic from Triumph & Disaster, a New Zealand grooming brand, removes excess oil, volumizes hair, and nourishes the scalp, all while offering that textured, sun-kissed look every wannabe surfer aspires to.Get ItBaxter of California Clay Effect Spray – $27Serna and Taylor helped develop this clay-in-a-spray, which offers hair the right amount of grit and thickness without making it feel fried thanks to a blend of natural oils.Get ItLavett & Chin Sea Salt Texturizing Mist – $35 The Best Travel and Adventure Documentaries on Netflix Right Now The Best Netflix Food Documentaries to Savor Right Now How Often Should You Wash Your Hair? We Asked the Experts center_img 16 Best Action Movies on Netflix Right Now One of the founders of this indie brand personally wanted a product that could deliver devil-may-care hair and so he made one, a sea salt- and algae- infused mist.Get ItByrd The Texturizing Surfspray – $16Because salt water provides hair with the desired texture but saps it of moisture, this spray is rich in hydrating coconut water and sea buckthorn extract. Bonus: It’s scented with sea salt, coconuts, and pineapple so your hair smells as if you’ve been sitting seaside sipping on a tropical cocktail.Get ItR+Co Rockaway Salt Spray – $26This spray roughs up your hair in a way that suggests you spent the day at Rockaway Beach (hence the name) while a blend of Sicilian lemon, tangerine, and tree moss makes it smell like you summered on the Amalfi Coast.Get ItNow that you’ve got the right hair, it’s time to book the right surfing vacation.Article originally published by Katie Dickens on July 25, 2017. Last updated by Chase McPeak on June 5, 2018. Helpful Wine Terminology So You Sound Like You Know What You’re Talking Aboutlast_img read more

first_img The project, entitled ‘Construction and Improvement of Police Buildings’, is being implemented by the Ministry of National Security. The Government will be spending $1.2 billion to construct and renovate police stations and other buildings. Story Highlights The Government will be spending $1.2 billion to construct and renovate police stations and other buildings.The project, entitled ‘Construction and Improvement of Police Buildings’, is being implemented by the Ministry of National Security.As outlined in the 2019/20 Estimates of Expenditure, now before the House of Representatives, the money will go towards the construction and expansion of the Caribbean Regional Drug Law Enforcement Training Centre (REDTRAC) building’s second floor; the acquisition of land and completion of building design for the accommodation facility in Montpelier, St. James.It will also go towards the construction of an autopsy suite in Kingston; and construction of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) Divisional Headquarters in Port Maria, St. Mary and Port Antonio, Portland.The project is being financed from the Consolidated Fund and is slated for completion in March 2022.The Estimates will be considered by the Standing Finance Committee of the House from March 4 to 5. As outlined in the 2019/20 Estimates of Expenditure, now before the House of Representatives, the money will go towards the construction and expansion of the Caribbean Regional Drug Law Enforcement Training Centre (REDTRAC) building’s second floor; the acquisition of land and completion of building design for the accommodation facility in Montpelier, St. James.last_img read more

first_imgFive stories in the news for Thursday, Nov. 1———TORONTO VAN ATTACK SUSPECT DUE IN COURTThe case of a man accused in a deadly van attack in northern Toronto that left 10 people dead is expected in court today. Alek Minassian, 25, of Richmond Hill, Ont., faces 10 counts of first-degree murder and 16 of attempted murder after he allegedly drove a white rental van down a crowded sidewalk on April 23. Minassian’s lawyer has said the Crown has asked the attorney general to skip the preliminary hearing and head straight to trial.———PRIME MINISTER HEADS NORTH TO CHURCHILLPrime Minister Justin Trudeau is to visit the northern Manitoba community of Churchill today as residents celebrate the arrival of the first train to roll into town in more than a year. The train pulled in Wednesday evening, surprising residents who expected it to arrive the following day. Flooding in the spring of 2017 damaged the tracks and severed the only land link to the town, so goods and people have had to be flown in at skyrocketing costs.———TWO MEN KILLED IN TORONTO-AREA CRASH: OFFICIALSTwo men were killed in a crash that sparked a massive tanker fire on a major toll highway in the Toronto area on Wednesday, emergency officials said. The crash happened just before 5 p.m. on Highway 407 in Vaughan, Ont., where provincial police said a westbound tanker crossed several lanes of traffic, jumped a median and collided with an eastbound passenger vehicle. Both vehicles burst into flames and were still smouldering hours later. Police identified the victims as a 41-year-old male truck driver from Brampton, Ont., and a 49-year-old man from Mississauga, Ont.———BRONCO TO PLAY FIRST HOCKEY GAME SINCE BUS CRASHA Humboldt Broncos player who suffered a broken collarbone and shoulder blade in a fatal bus crash last April plans to play in a game with his team for the first time tomorrow. Tyler Smith, who is 20, was one of 13 players who were injured last spring when the junior hockey team’s bus and a semi-trailer collided at a Saskatchewan intersection. Sixteen people were killed. Smith says he has been practising with the team for a couple weeks and plans to play in two games this weekend, including one in Humboldt.———CALGARY 2026 BID SURVIVES CITY COUNCIL VOTEA Calgary bid for the 2026 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games survived a close vote at city council. Councillors had a motion before them that would have cancelled a plebiscite and ultimately killed a bid, but Calgarians are still going to the polls in less than two weeks to vote on whether they want to host the Games. Calgary’s bid corporation chief executive officer Mary Moran urges Calgarians to learn as much as they can about the bid before voting.———ALSO IN THE NEWS:— The first-degree murder trial continues today for Garry Handlen, accused of the 1978 slaying of 12-year-old Monica Jack.— A judge is expected to rule today on whether a 16-year-old charged with attempted murder in the shooting of German tourist will be granted bail.— Ontario legislature member Jennifer French will host a news conference today with the families of firefighting trainee Adam Brunt and firefighter Gary Kendall, who lost their lives during unregulated private safety training courses.— Lawyers launching a series of court actions against the largest auto insurance companies in Ontario will be speaking at a news conference today.last_img read more

first_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitter Advertisement Arcand was living on the streets in 2014 when a stranger heard him playing a piano in Churchill Square downtown. The music was so beautiful that Roslyn Polard asked if she could take a video of his performance.More than three years later, the video of Arcand playing the song he wrote has been viewed more than 11 million times on YouTube.As the page views started to add up in 2014, people from around the world wanted to learn more about the pianist.The CBC met Arcand a few days after the video hit the internet. A friend had told him his performance had gone viral on YouTube. One of Edmonton’s most famous musicians died peacefully last week.Ryan Arcand, known as the city’s piano man, didn’t play at the Winspear Centre for Music or at the Jubilee Auditorium. But his fingers danced over piano keys in public squares and churches, and finally in the supportive housing facilities that became his home in the final years of his life.He was 46. Advertisement Advertisement Login/Register With: Facebooklast_img read more

first_imgPARIS – Brawls have broken out in French supermarkets as shoppers scramble to get their hands on discounted jars of chocolate and hazelnut spread.Chaotic scenes were filmed in several supermarkets across the country operated by the Intermarche chain, which offered massive discounts on jars of Nutella.The promotion, launched on Thursday, reduced the price of more than a million 950-gram jars from 4.70 euros ($5.85) to 1.41 ($1.75).In one video posted on Twitter, customers are seen shoving each other and shouting as they try to get as many jars as possible. According to Le Parisien newspaper, shoppers started to fight in the northern town of Ostricourt, prompting police to step in.Intermarche did not immediately answer a message from The Associated Press seeking comments. Ferrero, the company that produces Nutella, decried the incidents and distanced itself from the supermarket chain.“We want to clarify that the decision for the special offer was taken unilaterally by Intermarche,” the company said in a statement. “We regret the consequences of this operation, which created confusion and disappointment in the consumers’ minds.”The discount was meant to last until Saturday but stocks ran out very quickly at many supermarkets. Sales went smoothly in some places, however, with no incidents reported in several supermarkets taking part in the promotion.last_img read more

first_imgColombo: The Sri Lankan authorities on Monday enforced a six-hour countrywide curfew as communal violence continued to spread in the island nation in the latest fallout from the Easter Sunday suicide bombings, which killed nearly 260 people. “The curfew has been imposed from 9 p.m. tonight to 4 a.m. tomorrow,” a police spokesperson said. Earlier in the day, the police reimposed a curfew, few hours after it was lifted, on four towns of Kuliyapitiya, Bingiriya, Dummalasuriya and Hettipola in the north western region till 4 a.m. tomorrow following a communal clash in the area. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince Salman ‘snubbed’ Pak PM Imran, recalled his private jet from US: ReportIt was later extended to the entire North Western Province as violence continued to spread. Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe also appealed for calm after the unrest broke out, especially in Kurunegala district targeting Muslims, and appealed to the public not to be swayed by false information. “I appeal to all citizens to remain calm and not be swayed by false information. Security forces are working tirelessly to apprehend terrorists and ensure the security of the country, but each time there is civil unrest, we increase their burden and hamper ongoing investigations,” he said. Also Read – Iraq military admits ‘excessive force’ used in deadly protestsThe Lankan government on Monday also reimposed a ban on social media following violent incidents between the minority Muslim and majority Sinhalese communities in the country . The blockade of Facebook and WhatsApp comes a day after Sri Lankan police imposed curfew in the country’s western coastal town of Chilaw where a mob attacked a mosque and some shops owned by Muslims in a dispute that started on a Facebook post by a Muslim shop owner. The violence is a new backlash from the Easter attacks where nine suicide bombers, including a woman, carried out a series of devastating blasts that tore through three churches and three luxury hotels, killing 253 people and injuring over 500 others. The Islamic State terror group claimed the attacks, but the government blamed local Islamist extremist group (NTJ).last_img read more

They were arrested for violating the Foreigners Act by being in the country without proper travel documents. They were part of a group of 151 Sri Lankan Tamils, including women and children, who were about to be smuggled out in a crude fishing boat to Australia. They said they had paid money ranging from Rs.50,000 to Rs.1 lakh to agents of human traffickers for getting them to Australia. The majority of those arrested were Sri Lankan Tamil refugees housed in various refugee camps in Tamil Nadu.Those from the camps were identified and sent back to the respective camps. But 15 men who directly came from Sri Lanka without any travel documents were arrested. The court released them from judicial custody under the provisions of a Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) notification which classifies them as victims and not accused persons. District Collector P.G. Thomas said on Friday that the formalities for their deportation had been completed by the Sri Lankan High Commission in Chennai. The Collector directed the police to transport them to the Thiruvananthapuram airport early Saturday morning and hand them over to the emigration authorities. Fifteen Sri Lankan Tamils arrested by the Kollam police on June 3 after busting a human trafficking racket and later released from judicial custody on August 17 were to be deported to Sri Lanka from the Thiruvananthapuram airport today, the Hindu newspaper reported.Though they were released from judicial custody, the court had made it clear that they were not free and would be lodged at Gandhi Bhavan, a charity home at Pathanapuram, till completion of the formalities for their deportation. They were not permitted to leave the charity home premises. read more

He said he will not allow any national or international activity to take place which challenges the freedom, independence and the territorial integrity of the country, the President’s office said. President Maithripala Sirisena today emphasized that he will not allow any foreign court, judge or organization to interfere in the internal administration and judiciary in the country.The President was speaking at the 70th National Upasampada Vinayakarma (Higher Ordination) ceremony of the Sri Lanka Ramanna Maha Nikaya, held today (July 8) at the Town Hall Playground in Panadura. The 70th Upasampada Maha Vinaya Karma of the Sri Lanka Ramanna Maha Nikaya will be held from today to July 16 at the Udakukkepa Sima Malakaya in Panadura. (Colombo Gazette) “It is the policy of the current Government to act according to the advice and guidance of the venerable Maha Sanga in its every activity related to national security and other matters”, he said. read more

Razali Ismail, Mr. Annan’s Special Envoy for Myanmar, will hold discussions with Government officials and representatives of the National League for Democracy, including Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. Mr. Razali’s mission, from 1 to 4 June, will be his fourth official trip to Myanmar. It follows a visit last month by Paulo Sergio Pinheiro, the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar, who reported cautious optimism after attending three days of talks with Government and opposition party leaders.Returning from that trip at the beginning of April, Mr. Pinheiro said that the Myanmar authorities had spoken with him about the possibility of having democratization, a civilian government and the guarantee of basic freedoms in the country. Mr. Pinheiro stressed that he was working to support Mr. Razali’s efforts in trying to facilitate a dialogue between the Government and the opposition with the involvement of national minorities. read more

In a press statement read by this month’s President of the Security Council, Ambassador John Negroponte of the United States, Council members “urged all Ivorian parties, in particular the Forces Nouvelles, to take all necessary measures to restore confidence.”The Forces Nouvelles last week walked out of the Government of National Reconciliation and cut the main road linking the coastal city of Abidjan and Bouaké, in the central interior.Today’s statement also said Council members “urged all Ivorian parties to implement fully, quickly and faithfully the Linas-Marcoussis Agreement, which is the only way of ensuring the recovery of Côte d’Ivoire and bringing about national reconciliation.”The French-brokered Agreement, signed last January, calls on the Government, rebels and political opposition to share power in a transitional government until elections in 2005.Yesterday, UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan expressed his “deep concern” over the actions taken by the Forces Nouvelles and urged the group to re-join the Government of National Reconciliation.Today’s statement by the Council members also noted the “positive” accomplishment of goals in the Linas-Marcoussis Agreement, including the reopening of the border between Côte d’Ivoire and Burkina Faso and the resumption of rail traffic between the two countries.The Council issued the statement after a briefing from the Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Côte d’Ivoire, Albert Tevoedjre. read more

To date, there have been four confirmed and 52 suspected cases of the disease in Benin, resulting in 17 deaths – two of them health workers. One of the confirmed cases is a 4-month-old child currently under treatment in Tchaourou, in the north-east of the country, the two agencies said in a joint press release.The agencies noted that Government authorities have been on the alert since early January, when a pregnant woman with symptoms of the disease died and six health workers in the same hospital in central Benin showed similar symptoms. Earlier this month, several more cases were tested by the Nigerian reference laboratory and another three turned out to be positive.With support from WHO, UNICEF and humanitarian partners, national authorities in Benin have taken emergency measures in response to the outbreak, including setting up quarantine units in affected areas to isolate and treat victims; establishing a contact tracing system to find those who might have been exposed to the disease; and mobilizing a network of almost 200 community health workers across the country to monitor the contacts.Authorities in the country have also been repositioning Ribavirin, known to be effective against the disease, in the capital city of Cotonou and in affected areas, and distributing personal protection equipment for health-care workers. In addition, a public awareness campaign with messages broadcast by local radio and television and through online media has been launched. According to WHO, , Lassa fever is an acute viral haemorrhagic illness caused by Lassa virus, a member of the arenavirus family of viruses. It is transmitted to humans from contacts with food or household items contaminated with rodent faeces. The disease is endemic in the rodent population in parts of West Africa. The virus can also be transmitted by contact with an infected person via biological liquids: blood, urine, saliva, sperm, vomit or faeces. The incubation period of the virus is six to 21 days.The first symptoms of the disease are fever, physical fatigue, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, headaches, abdominal pains, sore throat. Neck or facial swelling can sometimes be observed. Ribavirin is an efficient treatment to fight the Lassa fever if it is administered as soon as the first signs appear.The agencies recommend the following measures to enhance prevention: from the very first signs, it is imperative to immediately go to the nearest health centre; wash hands regularly with water and soap; ensure an adequate protection of food stocks and leftovers at home; avoid the manipulation and consumption of rats; avoid contact with any person suspected or confirmed with the Lassa fever; stay away from faeces, urine, saliva, vomit and contaminated objects of a person suspected, confirmed or declared dead of the Lassa fever; do not touch the body of a person suspected of having died from the Lassa Fever, even during funerary ceremonies.To date, an ongoing epidemic in neighbouring Nigeria has seen 175 cases, 101 deaths and 70 confirmed cases in 19 states including Niger and Oyo states, sharing a border with Benin.Benin was hit by a Lassa fever outbreak between October 2014 and January 2015. At that time, 16 cases were registered and nine people died. Among the casualties, two were confirmed to be Lassa fever. Relevant authorities declared the end of the epidemic per international sanitary regulations which recommend the observance of two periods of 21 days during which no new case is registered. read more

“Globalisation is delivering new opportunities – but increasing economic and social inequalities, heightening citizens’ anxieties and putting pressure on social cohesion; climate change is exacerbating severe weather events like hurricanes and storms,” said Mr. Guterres, adding: “The international community must raise the level of its response to all these complex threats; multilateralism and regional cooperation will be critical to a peaceful and prosperous future.” In his remarks, the UN chief, also voiced deep concern over the displacement of hundreds of thousands of refugees from Myanmar to Bangladesh and said that it is a “worrying escalation in a protracted tragedy,” a potential source of instability in the region, as well as radicalization. “Addressing the underlying issues by implementing the recommendations of the Advisory Commission on Rakhine will also be critical to reverse this tragedy,” he stressed, highlighting that sustainable and inclusive development is the best way to prevent both conflict and violent extremism. “That is at the heart of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, our blueprint for a safe and prosperous future on a healthy planet, and central to the ASEAN Community Vision 2025,” he added. Further in his remarks, the UN chief noted the region’s economic growth has lifted millions out of extreme poverty, recalled its performance on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and expressed hope that the region would continue to bring shared prosperity to millions more. “Strengthened partnerships with regional organizations, including ASEAN, are a priority for me, and a critical pillar of my proposals to reform the UN,” he stated, adding that the UN stands ready to cooperate with the region to strengthen human rights. UN chief meets with ASEAN leadersAlso today, Secretary-General Guterres held a meeting with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the State Counsellor of Myanmar, where they discussed, the situation in the country’s Rakhine state.According to a read out issued by Mr. Guterres’ spokesperson, the UN chief “highlighted that strengthened efforts to ensure humanitarian access, safe, dignified, voluntary and sustained returns, as well as true reconciliation between communities, would be essential.” The Secretary-General also stressed the importance of implementing the Rakhine Advisory Commission recommendations. Mr. Guterres also met Monday with the Prime Ministers of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic and Viet Nam, and with the President of Indonesia. read more

first_img No Comments Source: At The Races/Twitter INTERNATIONAL Here’s What Happened Today: Tuesday Jobstown, Home Sweet Home and zero-hour contracts had people talking. Short URL A man appeared in court charged with the murder of a mother in WaterfordThe mother of a man accused of funding terrorism told a Waterford court he is “obedient” to herPlans to ban zero-hour contracts were proposedA bid to buy Harold’s Cross Stadium was accepted http://jrnl.ie/3369802 Share Tweet Email NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRISH A heron waits for a potential catch to show itself, in fine sunny May weather, on the banks of the Grand Canal in Sallins in County Kildare. Source: Eamonn Farrell/RollingNews.ie Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Tuesday 2 May 2017, 8:53 PM May 2nd 2017, 8:53 PM Get our daily news round up: Joan Burton was on the stand again in the Jobstown trialThe Lord Mayor of Dublin called for Home Sweet Home to donate its fundsDenis O’Brien had costs awarded against him by the High CourtThe retrial of a childminder accused of causing harm to a baby collapsed By Paul Hosford 11,006 Views A horse race in Australia had an unusual interloper earlier, as a kangaroo got on the track. Luckily, Skippy was able to get out of the way without causing any injuries. Prime Minister Theresa May having some chips while on a walkabout during a election campaign stop in Mevagissey, Cornwall. Source: PA Wire/PA Images#SAN DIEGO: A man who shot seven people at a pool party in San Diego was distraught at a recent breakup, police said.#FBI: New files show an FBI translator married an Islamic State fighter she was hired to spy on.#ON TRIAL: French magazines have gone on trial over the publication of topless photos of Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge.PARTING SHOT Watch out, Skippy! pic.twitter.com/3sjqkWszmr— At The Races (@AtTheRaces) May 2, 2017last_img read more

first_img The seized drugs Image: Garda Press Office https://jrnl.ie/4554697 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Image: Garda Press Office The seized drugs Short URL Mar 21st 2019, 5:57 PM 22,809 Views center_img Share47 Tweet Email 8 Comments TWO MEN HAVE been arrested following the seizure of an estimated €320,000 worth of cannabis grass and cocaine, along with a firearm. Gardaí from the divisional drug unit in Galway, assisted by local gardaí in Loughrea and the dog unit, searched a house under warrant in the east of the county this morning. The search was aimed at targeting organised criminal activity in Galway East. During the course of the search, cannabis grass and cocaine with an estimated street value of €320,000 (subject to analysis) was seized, along with a firearm. Two men – one in his mid 20s and one in his 40s – were arrested at the scene in connection with the seizures. Both have been detained at Galway Garda Station under Section 2 of the Criminal Justice (Drug Trafficking) Act 1996. Gardaí have said investigations are ongoing. Two men arrested after firearm and drugs worth €320,000 seized during house search The search was carried out in East Galway earlier today. By Hayley Halpin Thursday 21 Mar 2019, 5:57 PMlast_img read more