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first_imgPART IIPurposeThe work is meant to give an introspective analysis of the initiatives and efforts made so far to retrack Liberia on a peaceful path. Since 1979, the foundation of peace in Liberia has been shaky. Hence, an in-depth analysis of efforts in post war Liberia is logical for the purpose of history.IntroductionNo one living in Liberia during its best days of peace and progressive development in the 1960s and 1970s would have believed that we could wreck our own country. But it did happen. Great enmity befell us; we were torn apart, gnashing our teeth at one another and flexing our muscles and swords at one another. Indeed, “Things Fell Apart”. Warring factions sprang up, wicked war lords were born and destructions upon vivid destructions raged. In the end, we reached the never-promised land of divisions and animosities. And so, great and tireless efforts have to be made to mend our broken pieces. Periscoping these efforts, reviewing their methods and results, with the view of learning and pointing out our mistakes and building new frontiers and methods of peace are the aims of this work.For definition, a periscope is a telescopic instrument mounted on vessels and ships for viewing their environments of travel. As for us Liberians, our eyes, ears and minds as well as the situations of life we find ourselves in post-war Liberia make us an instrument of viewing our fragile peace.And this work discusses five major components of the peace we have carved. The stakeholders have been both local and international actors. There may be other minor components, but we believe that they can be interwoven in these major ones.III. Private Sector Initiatives And EmpowermentHardly anywhere in the developed world is the government larger than the private sector in economic terms. The rich that is billionaires and millionaires are in the private sector. Ours is the contrast. Only those who work for governments after governments are the rich folks. Indeed it is a mystery and a wonder.The Ellen Government has said it has made available five million US dollars through the Central Bank to the commercial banks for lending purpose to the private sector. In addition to that, the administration of Governor Mill Jones has been in the media for similar lending scheme to the marketers. But he received sharp critism from the 53rd Legislature for his stand. And the scheme has now become a history. What has gone wrong? It is also said that commercial banks like LBDI and Access Banks are in the business of lending to the private sector. But where are the funds going? Who is benefitting? Is it the same, the “rich get richer” story? Socretes once said, “You cannot do the same thing over and again and expect a different result.”Realistically, our private sector is divided into two, namely, the Liberian Business Community and the combination of the foreign and alien business community. As long as the Liberian Business community is not well programmed and supported so that Liberians take hold and control of their economy, our peace will always be fragile. Why? This is because we live and own a rich land filled with lots of natural resources but with an impoverished huge majority. In the absence of a Liberian middle class, in the absence of a well-established Liberian business community, there will always be discontent, and discontent breeds grumble and insecurity. So here are some pieces of advice in this direction:1. In America and most countries in Europe, farmers are subsidized by their governments heavily so that they increase food production; with increase of food production; food prices are affordable and cheap. And since a large portion of their population is farmers, a huge portion of their economy is in their pockets and hands. And this creates a national class sector of the economy, not a foreign middle class.In our situation even after twenty-four years of a sinking economy, our farmers are not even self-supported because they do not even have the cash. So they produce little for physical survival, label the production price high and remain very poor time after time. This national economic circle breeds discontent that is never healthy for peace. Why? This is because these people do not know what they are working for. In our post-war situation, what we need first and foremost is a well planned farming program. Our farmers need technical training; they need a well-planned and continuous cash subsidy; then markets must be created both locally and internationally for the sales of their produce. For example, how much money can a manual gari producer with such hard labour put into his pocket? Nothing much, but if his production is machine-based, his economic life will be better.The likes of plantains, vegetables, palm oil, banana and even our country rice are not even better. As long as they are produced by manual labour and in little quantity, their prices will remain very high and their producers remain very, very poor. And this is dangerous for any peaceful co-existence.2. Our economy is import driven rather than an export market. As long as we heavily import all of our common and major consumer goods, our economy will and not progress.We import construction items like cement, zinc, nails etc. Then we import food items like rice, salt, chickens and other meat products. We even import rubber products although we grow many rubber trees. The damaging economic effects are in two folds. First, it creates huge capital flight. And such weight on the US dollar leads to high prices and hash economic life. The second ruining economic effects is since importation is cost effective, only the rich foreign and alien class can afford to import, not the poor national majority.The truth is, these foreign and alien business men ought to be investors – owners of factories and industries. And if they are importers, they must be whole – sale importers and not retailers. Empowering the private sector is to create an enabling environment that will make the foreigners and alien owners of factories and industries and leaving the retailing markets with the locals. And the locals must have access to loans and credit facilities to have the requisite purchasing power from the factory and industry owners. Such is the economic recipe for empowering the private sector in our post-war situation. Anything to the contrary which will continue to put new wine in old bottle will not be healthy for our post-war peace. The logical conclusion warrants Liberians to become the owners of their economy as discussed above and empowering the Liberian private sector so as not to make them strangers economically; because as long as we have nothing to happily live for, peace can never be guaranteed.Indeed, empowering the private sector with the philosophy of maintaining our fragile peace is to make it a private-sector economy. And that largely means creating a large Liberian business class. In two ways, this will sustain our peace:It will transfer and sustain the economy in the hands of the Liberian people; this will reduce the economic hardship and reduce discontent.1. And secondly, it will also guarantee the sustainability of the foreign and alien businesses. Remember that the riches of one man or a few persons among very many poor people is socially dangerous.IV. Justice for PeaceOne loud and resounding message of our post-war era is that there can be no sustained peace without unconditional justice. The reason is historical and simple: all of the woes that came upon us for twenty-four years were the explosion of grudge against one hundred and fifty-seven years – 1847 to 2004 of calculated and institutionalized injustices. Justice must be for all; it must not be sectionalized because of secret fraternity; it must never be a commodity as it used to be and is again raising its ugly head. Justice must not be sold to the money lords. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_imgLPO Executive Director, Mr. Eddie Mulbah-Liberia Peace-building Office urges adoption of National Reconciliation Policy urgentlyThe high level of hate messages currently sweeping across the country has become a cause for concern for many conscious Liberians and international partners who are jittery about the state of affairs.Many, especially CSOs like NAYMOTE and others, are beginning to panic with fear that the country has not learned from its ugly past and risks treading a slippery path of violence if care is not taken.Social media and radio stations have been inundated with war of words and hate messages among Liberians, especially proponents of the government and supporters of opposition political parties. This situation is being exacerbated by harsh exchanges between government officials and opposition leaders along with their respective apologists.Among those that are deeply concerned about these harsh realities is the Liberia Peace-building Office (LPO), which says there is an urgent need for Liberia to adopt a national reconciliation policy. The adoption of such a policy, according LPO Executive Director, Eddie Mulbah, will help curtail some of the unwarranted hate messages in the country—some of which, many believe, is contributing to political tension in the country.The Peace Building Office is under the direct supervision of the Deputy Minister for Administration, Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) and is responsible to provide strategic and policy level support to the government on peace building policy and reconciliation.Speaking at the launch of the “Advancing Reconciliation through Legislative Reforms and Civic Engagement,” project in Bentol, Mr. Mulbah noted that reconciliation remains a vehicle for sustained long-term stability, which cannot be achieved without local participation and dialogue among stakeholders.The launch was the beginning of the rollout of the project that will ensure the development of reconciliation plans for seven counties (Montserrado, G. Bassa, Bong, G. Kru, River Gee, Gbarpolu, and Maryland counties. The first eight counties were completed last year.The initiative is a continuation of a nationwide reconciliatory project that started during and under the auspices of the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL).“250,000 persons died as a result of the 14-year civil crisis. Sweat and blood soaked the grounds. Many people are hurt, while some are coping. We need to heal this country through reconciliation and we therefore need to stop the hate. It is not helping us,” he said.The LPO head said the government continues to commit itself to reconciling the country, as doing so is the only medium through which it (government) stands to succeed.Since the cessation of hostilities in the country, Liberia is yet to develop a national reconciliation policy that would heal the wounds and reunite the citizenship.The absence of such a pivotal document, many believe, is the cause of the uncontrollable level of hate that is currently manifesting in the country. The absence of a reconciliation policy seems to explain why Liberians, especially top government officials and political leaders speak however they please without tact or rectitude.“Other countries that come from war have policies on national reconciliation. We do not have as a government and country a national policy to reconcile us. So when concluded, this initiative would lead to developing a national policy on reconciliation. And that policy will guide you and me, as well as the governance process of the country,” Mulbah said, adding: “That will be a key outcome and the right trajectory for our country.“If government is to take peace and reconciliation as cardinal component of its agenda, then we need to know why this is not advancing. You need to tell us. You need to make the suggestions,” he urged the participants.Mulbah called for the establishment of a reconciliation trust fund in order to finance reconciliation initiatives in the country. The Trust Fund is in line with the Strategic Road Map for National Peace-building, Healing and Reconciliation, which is a step down of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) recommendations.US$8 billion Spent, but challenges still aboundNAYMOTE Executive Director, Eddie Jarwolo, said it is unfortunate that Liberia’s development partners disclosed that they spent over US$8 billion for peace-building and consolidation in the country since 2003, but the government is far from being reconciled.“This huge amount could have rebuilt a modern state but all went to conflict. Therefore, peace and reconciliation is key, especially now that UNMIL has left,” he said.Jarwolo indicated that reconciliation, peace and trust building are very cardinal issues that the country needs to work on.He indicated that the situation that took place recently in Weala, Margibi County where angry motorcyclists burnt two police stations and a magisterial court, clearly indicates that the people are losing trust in the justice system, as well as in the police.“When the people wrote and gave the police 72 hours to intervene in the situation, they [the police], did not act swiftly. They were to make sure that the issue was addressed and the people had fair justice,”“I think that if Liberia is to move forward, peace and reconciliation is key, especially among political parties, youth groups, tribal groups, religious groups. The issues about land ownership should also be addressed adequately. Accountability and transparency are issues that we also need to work on with seriousness.NAYMOTE Executive Director, Eddie JarwoloWith the project, NAYMOTE and its partners are generating issues that could trigger conflict in the country. NAYMOTE is focusing on the community engagement component of the project.“This means that we are conducting 21 community meetings in an effort to get the people’s feedback on those things that have the potential to trigger conflict. Fourteen district level engagements to be held and a seven-county dialogue, where we will come out with our plan that we will work on sustaining peace and reconciliation in the seven counties.The seven counties report will culminate in a national conference to complete the 15 counties’ reconciliation plans to be presented to President Weah, he said. Local steering committees will be established in the counties in order to give the locals the opportunities to manage the project and take ownership of it.“This initiative is for the people, so we want to take leadership of it. We will only give the local committees the financial and technical assistances that they need to succeed—we are committed to doing just that,” Jarwolo indicated.“We are working with the youth, women, traditional leaders, motorcyclists and other vulnerable groups to ensure that this initiative is a success.”The event brought together scores of stakeholders from the Ministry of Internal Affairs, traditional leaders, youth groups and others.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_imgMinister of State, Joseph Harmon on Sunday morning charged the Bishop and congregation of the Smith Memorial Congregational Church to reclaim its position as a beacon of hope for communities across Guyana.The Minister of State, who was at the time addressing congregants at the Church’s 175th anniversary service, reminded that the Church has a role to play in the areas of social, community and economic development as it once did during the period of slavery and at the time of emancipation.Minister of State, Joseph Harmon shares a light moment with Reverend Oslyn Small of the Smith Memorial Congregational Church during the church’s 175th anniversary service on Sunday“The Church should return to its role as a social leader. It is a credible organisation in this community. It should utilise this public trust to solve social problems – such as domestic violence, drug abuse, poverty, teenage pregnancy and school absenteeism. Smith Memorial Congregational Church, in the Congregational tradition of service, should become a beacon of hope for its communities once again,” he stated.Minister Harmon noted that congregationalism and service to communities were inseparable and the bonds between church and communities should, therefore, be reinforced.Congregationalism, he stated, came to Guyana 210 years ago as part of the work of the London Missionary Society to minister almost exclusively to Africans. It became a beacon of hope in desperate and despondent times as Congregationalists supported Africans in their struggles, both during and after enslavement.Churches, he added, became community centres and classrooms. They were part of the social architecture of their communities supporting the four pillars – faith, family, farm, and the school.Congregationalism mentored local leaders, demonstrating the ability of locals to manage their own affairs, he added.Guyana, the Minister said, owes a debt of gratitude to the Congregational Church as it pioneered education before and after Emancipation, supported community development and provided assistance to those in need. As such, he said that the Church should deepen its involvement and integration in the community. It should work in, for and with the community to provide opportunities, especially for the young people, he declared.Meanwhile, Pastor Loris Heywood, who delivered the sermon, echoed similar sentiments as he urged the congregation to learn from its history and work to create a bright future for the lives it would touch through its ministry.The religious institution was opened on November 24, 1843 as a tribute to the work and suffering of the late Reverend John Smith, who was sentenced to death. Smith, a London Missionary Society Minister, died by hanging for the role he allegedly played in the notorious East Coast Demerara Slave Insurrection in 1823.He was referred to as the “Demerara Martyr” as a result of the circumstances surrounding his death.last_img read more

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first_imgRay Wilkins never believed Nemanja Matic would be a star for Chelsea but is happy to admit he was wrong as the Serbian continues to impress in his second coming at Stamford Bridge.Wilkins worked with the midfielder during his time on the club’s coaching staff and was instrumental in the decision to let him leave for Benfica in 2011.Matic has since gone on to forge a reputation as one of the best holding midfielders in the game and was brought back to London by Jose Mourinho in the summer for a fee of more than £20million.He has been an ever-present for the Blues since his return and headed Chelsea to a 1-0 Champions League group-stage win at Sporting Lisbon on Tuesday night.Reflecting on his remarkable progress on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, Wilkins said: “When he left a few years ago, I was instrumental in that. He was half the size, wasn’t influential in a game for the reserves and looked as if he was drifting.“Then he left to go to Benfica and, full credit to him, he showed what he was all about. He has come back twice the size, he is huge, and he is performing outstandingly well.”last_img read more

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first_img Mark Noble (left) has not been called up to the England squad 1 West Ham fans don’t know what else Mark Noble can do to get an England call up.The midfielder has never played for the senior side and the Upton Park faithful thought he might get the nod for England’s friendlies against Germany and the Netherlands.Some supporters can’t quite get their head around the fact the likes of Lallana, Milner and Henderson have been picked ahead of Noble considering the way the Hammers’ season is going.Here, talkSPORT looks at some of the reaction from fans online.last_img

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first_img1 Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas Chelsea’s Cesc Fabregas has apologised to Liverpool defender Ragnar Klavan for the studs-up challenge which saw the midfielder sent off in their International Champions Cup clash in Pasadena.The Spain international slid in and caught the new signing on the top of his foot in the second half of the Blues’ 1-0 win and the referee Baldomero Toledo immediately brandished a red card.However, Fabregas sought out the Estonia international afterwards to offer his apologies.“It’s a red card. He [Fabregas] came by us in the dressing room and said sorry,” Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp revealed.“He came too late in the challenge, of course. Sometimes in life if you are too late you get a red card, especially in football.”last_img

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first_imgEverton have approach Nantes over the signing of Kamal Bafounta, according to reports.Bafounta, a midfielder, has been capped six times by France’s Under-16 side, and he’s caught the eye playing in the Nantes academy. 1 Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Bafounta’s former trainer, and the current head of recruitment at Lille, Johan Renard, told Goal of the teenager: “The first time I had him at Under-15 level Kamal was 13. We were playing against Bourg-Peronnas and 30 minutes in he picked up the ball in our half, dribbled past four or five players and scored.“That move has stayed in my mind because it shows why Kamal has progressed so much. He was much bigger than the rest, his physical and technical talent gave him a huge advantage.“What is certain is that he is less extravagant than [Paul] Pogba. It’s not quite the same style of play either but I’m sure he has the ability to do as well as him.“He is a very intelligent boy, polite, educated and very calm, I can’t even remember him getting angry.“He has everything going for him to make the most of his talent because he is also very hard working. In training he would show an hour and a half of intensity and silence.”Watch highlights of Bafounta below: TOP WORK LATEST The 16-year-old has already visited Borussia Dortmund’s training complex as the Bundesliga club look to wrap up a deal for him, but Ouest France now say Everton have also ‘asked’ about Bafounta. IN DEMAND The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star RANKED targets REVEALED Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti center_img Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer three-way race Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father moving on Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? Chelsea confident of beating Man United and Liverpool to Sancho signing Bafounta has caught the eye at youth level for Nantes and France targets Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Latest transfer news LIVING THE DREAM Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January last_img read more

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first_imgDeclan Reed finally made it to the top of the pile at a windy Buncrana 5K on Wednesday night, notching his first win at the Inishowen venue.He was ahead by just three seconds from Spartans club mate Greg Roberts, 15m 10s to 15m 13s, with Finn Valley’s Barry Harron claiming third on 15m 27s.Natasha Adams of Letterkenny AC belied the conditions with an emphatic winning time of 16m 37s ahead of the Spartans duo Catherine Whoriskey who posted a 17m 48s PB and Jackie McMonagle on a gutsy 18m 57s.Close to 200 finishers were recorded at the popular 5K sponsored as ever by Sean Furey Insurances with runners from all the NW clubs joined on the start line by visitors from North Belfast Harriers, Ballymena Runners, Ballydrain Harriers, Springwell, Dromore and Lagan Valley among others.Reed was pushed all the way by club mate Roberts and only got away inside the final kilometre but he was delighted to add his name to the distinguished winners list at the prestigious Buncrana race. The swirling wind made really quick times difficult but the duel between the leading pair kept the spectators happy and Roberts fine run, just days before he toes the line in Sunday’s Walled City Marathon may raise expectations of the Spartan as he prepares to mix it with the Kenyan runners at the weekend.Natasha Adams ran just two seconds slower than her 2014 time, a brilliant effort in Wednesday’s conditions. She took full advantage of the absence of Teresa Doherty and Anne Marie McGlynn to post a very impressive win and demonstrate once again her genuine talent. Catherine Whoriskey smashed her PB , going under 18 minutes for the first time to announce her return to the big time podiums. Jackie McMonagle too had a good one and was very happy to claim a notable third place finish, her best ever in this race.AGE GROUP WINNERSLetterkenny’s Jane McGinley , fourth female finisher, was the top F35; Karen Cutliffe and Claire Connor of the Spartans were top F40 and F50 respectively; Ballydrain Harrier Debbie Matchett took the F45 award and Foyle Valley’s Catherine Moran and Dromore’s Mary Mackin grabbed the F55 and F60 wins. in the Male age groups Foyle Valley’s Roy McGilloway impressed again finishing just outside the top ten with a terrific 16m 08s,; Letterkenny’s Ivan Toner was the M35 winner and the Spartans pair of Dermot McElhinney and Colin Roberts topped the M40 and M45 categories. Newcomer McElhinney impressed many with a big PB of 16m 07s and could be one to watch.Two locals Tony Grant of Foyle Valley and the Spartans Peter Lilburn were the leading M55 and M60, Lilburn’s 19m 11s a good run. Two visitors Brian McKee, unattached, and Lagan Valley’s Desmond Brownlee took the M50 and M65 prizes and in the four to score team races Letterkenny pipped the City of Derry quartet of Catherine Whoriskey, Jackie McMonagle, Sarah Kivelehan who ran a 19m 17s PB and Janeen Leese. The male Spartans however did the business as Declan reed, Greg Roberts , Dermot McElhinney and Colin Roberts combined for the win ahead of Finn Valley.Place BIB Name Club Category Finish Time1 398 Declan Reed City of Derry Spartans M40 15:10.872 362 Greg Roberts City of Derry Spartans MO 15:13.533 418 Barry Harron Finn Valley M35 15:27.884 312 Martin Cox Project Africa MO 15:35.105 346 Chris McGuiness Foyle Valley AC MO 15:43.116 365 Ivan Toner Letterkenny AC M35 15:44.647 348 Mark McKinstry North Belfast harriers MO 15:53.328 305 Pauric Breslin Letterkenny AC MO 16:05.089 380 Dermot McElhinney City of Derry Spartans M40 16:07.7810 462 Ciaran McGonagle Rosses AC M35 16:08.4611 415 Roy McGilloway Foyle Valley AC MJ 16:08.5712 478 Michael Bennett Ballymena Runners M40 16:10.4513 376 Colin Roberts City of Derry Spartans M45 16:24.8514 443 Shane McNulty Finn Valley M35 16:27.4915 358 Michael Murphy City of Derry Spartans M35 16:29.8016 395 Malcolm McGee Inishowen AC M35 16:32.2317 442 Dermot McElchar Finn Valley M35 16:32.9718 301 Natasha Adams Letterkenny AC FO 16:37.5719 391 Odhran McKane City of Derry Spartans MJ 16:45.4420 479 Kevin Oboyle Braid M35 16:47.4321 450 Kieron McElinney Finn Valley MO 16:51.3322 333 Paul Kelly Lifford AC MO 16:56.0323 489 Raymond Birch Letterkenny AC M35 16:56.4324 371 Brian McKee U/A M50 16:57.5925 307 Johnny Canning Foyle Valley AC MO 17:01.1426 490 Brian Ferry Letterkenny AC M35 17:04.5027 407 Colin McNulty Finn Valley M40 17:08.6428 488 Kevin Ferry Letterkenny AC M40 17:09.9529 477 Noel Connor Ballymena Runners M50 17:12.3630 384 David Porter Inishowen AC MO 17:16.0231 366 James Wallace North Belfast harriers M50 17:17.2732 341 Conor McDevitt U/A MO 17:22.6233 402 Terry Murphy U/A M40 17:27.6734 506 Paul Doherty 24/7 Tri M35 17:27.8935 390 Mark Murray NWTC MO 17:28.4236 487 Martin Dunlop Olympian MO 17:30.1537 374 Ethan McKnight U/A MJ 17:35.8038 309 John Conlon Letterkenny AC MO 17:36.2939 389 Derek Callaghan Finn Valley M35 17:38.5540 359 Darren Price Letterkenny AC M35 17:44.6041 411 David McMenamin Inishowen AC MO 17:48.5742 367 Catherine Whoriskey City of Derry Spartans FO 17:48.9443 327 Ben George Letterkenny AC M40 17:54.6244 360 Eddie Quigley City of Derry Spartans MO 17:55.3045 447 Conor Gallagher Lifford AC MO 17:57.4746 476 Max Wray Braid M45 18:00.2247 507 Adrian Kelly NWTC MO 18:04.0348 449 Thomas Doherty U/A M45 18:08.0049 414 Rodney Cambell Foyle Valley AC M40 18:10.8050 430 Shaun Boyce U/A MO 18:11.1051 470 Emmett Mullan NWTC MO 18:15.3552 480 Brian Doherty Milford M35 18:16.6253 323 Jarlath Fearon NWTC M50 18:16.7254 498 Martin Devenney 24/7 Tri MO 18:19.6555 425 Ronan Doherty Inishowen AC MO 18:19.6756 321 Philip Donaghey City of Derry Spartans M45 18:20.8357 304 Frankie Bradley Foyle Valley AC M35 18:21.0958 322 Martin Dunleavy Foyle Valley AC M45 18:24.4459 457 Paul McMonagle Letterkenny AC MO 18:24.8860 417 Conor Mclaughlin Lifford AC MO 18:25.0861 481 Christopher Crampsey City of Derry Spartans MJ 18:25.3562 452 Ciaran O`Donnell Letterkenny AC M45 18:26.2363 454 Alvaro San Miguel U/A MO 18:27.7364 302 Colin Apperley Fit N Running MO 18:29.6565 463 Brian Doherty U/A M35 18:30.7366 440 James Stevenson Lifford AC M35 18:34.8667 467 Jack Coyle Foyle Valley AC M35 18:36.0768 426 Robert Gallagher U/A M40 18:37.9769 377 Shaun Moore Inishowen AC M35 18:38.3870 455 Collie O`Donnell U/A M40 18:39.1471 497 Liam Murray U/A M35 18:42.5872 502 Sean Bradley U/A M35 18:48.2773 469 Paul McConnellogue NWTC M45 18:48.9674 503 Joe McDaid U/A MO 18:51.4375 500 Gerard McElhinney U/A M50 18:51.6876 313 Paul Coyle Foyle Valley AC M35 18:55.2277 352 Jacqueline McMonagle City of Derry Spartans F45 18:57.5378 308 Alan Clarke Foyle Valley AC F35 18:59.8979 368 Ronan Whoriskey Inishowen AC M40 19:02.0780 351 Martin McLucas U/A M45 19:06.5181 336 Peter Lilburn City of Derry Spartans M60 19:11.3782 423 Barry Mackey Letterkenny AC M50 19:12.7983 344 Jane McGinley Letterkenny AC F35 19:13.0784 433 Peter Middleton U/A MO 19:17.1285 334 Sarah Kivelehan City of Derry Spartans FO 19:17.7686 424 Michael Galvin Letterkenny AC M45 19:23.6587 375 Debbie Matchett Ballydrain Harriers F45 19:24.7088 448 Gerard Mullan Springwell RC M50 19:29.7689 458 Irene McFadden Letterkenny AC F35 19:29.8290 320 Gavin Doherty NWTC MO 19:31.8791 388 Darren Wallace Foyle Valley AC M35 19:32.4892 332 Raymond Hoynes Lifford AC M45 19:35.9293 428 Adrian Callaghan 24/7 Tri M40 19:40.0194 438 Mark Nolan Inishowen AC M40 19:41.5895 427 Liam Tinney Letterkenny AC M35 19:41.6496 329 Tommy Harraghy U/A M60 19:45.9997 453 Frances Judge Letterkenny AC F45 19:47.2298 361 Jack Quigley NWTC MO 19:49.6699 432 Katherine Woods Springwell RC FO 19:56.04100 408 Deirdre Shields U/A F35 19:56.63101 387 Michael Collins Inishowen AC M45 19:56.93102 493 `Charlie O`Donnell Letterkenny AC M35 19:57.75103 466 Daniel Doherty Inishowen AC MJ 20:02.67104 464 Evelyn McGinley Inishowen AC F35 20:03.63105 353 Niall McShane NWTC M40 20:04.30106 492 Terrance Diver U/A M45 20:11.03107 405 Diarmuid McKane NWTC MJ 20:20.30108 354 Conor McStravick Springwell RC M45 20:26.95109 484 Eoin Sheehy Milford M35 20:30.96110 401 Annalisa Mullan Bolt F35 20:32.89111 482 Sean Molloy Foyle Valley AC M40 20:36.23112 451 Damian Murphy Raphoe RR M35 20:37.17113 431 Karl Egan U/A MO 20:43.11114 340 Mark McClintock Foyle Valley AC M40 20:44.24115 328 Tony Grant Foyle Valley AC M55 20:45.82116 350 Bernard Mclaughlin Inishowen AC M35 20:46.07117 400 Marie Boyle Letterkenny AC FO 20:46.76118 468 Seamus McDaid U/A M40 20:47.82119 471 Adam Clarke NWTC MO 20:48.99120 456 Paul Sweeney U/A M40 20:49.59121 504 Naoise Enright Letterkenny AC M40 20:51.01122 421 Tony Gray NWTC M35 20:52.59123 335 Janeen Leese City of Derry Spartans FO 20:52.82124 394 Mikolaj Dudek U/A MJ 20:56.80125 393 Pawel Dudek U/A M40 21:01.45126 317 Aileen Doherty Inishowen AC FO 21:04.45127 461 Sharon McDaid Inishowen AC F35 21:08.20128 403 Gatis U/A MO 21:09.49129 325 Michael Gallagher Foyle Valley AC M50 21:10.34130 345 Lisa McGuigan Foyle Valley AC F35 21:13.94131 314 Karen Cutliffe City of Derry Spartans F40 21:16.23132 311 Claire Connor City of Derry Spartans F50 21:17.01133 303 Marion Boyle Foyle Valley AC F50 21:17.81134 310 Brendan Connor City of Derry Spartans M50 21:18.86135 306 Bridgeen Canavan City of Derry Spartans F45 21:21.99136 439 Andy McDermott U/A M45 21:30.72137 437 Hugh Gallagher Letterkenny AC M60 21:39.83138 485 Paul McNamee Lifford AC M50 21:44.79139 501 Michael Porter Illies Golden Gloves M35 21:46.06140 357 Catherine Moran Foyle Valley AC F55 21:50.60141 370 Mary Mackin Dromone AC F60 21:52.47142 356 Orla Moran Foyle Valley AC F40 21:53.87143 472 Coilean Melarkey NWTC MJ 21:56.21144 397 Seamus Carlin Buncrana ABC M35 22:00.70145 399 Richard Raymond Letterkenny AC M60 22:05.66146 434 Rachel Doherty Foyle Valley AC F40 22:08.33147 330 Hugh Hegarty Foyle Valley AC M45 22:12.83148 465 Ruth Doherty Inishowen AC F40 22:24.32149 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first_imgalex williams A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Tags:#cloud#saas Related Posts A few factors make Microsft Dynamics CRM Online a player in the social CRM space that deserves serious notice.Microsft Dynamics CRM Online is available in 40 languages. Regional data center development provides a universal experience for the user, be they in the United States, Asia or the Middle East. And it provides a price difference that makes Oracle look exorbitant and Salesforce.com quite pricey.Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online fully integrates with Microsoft Office. That provides a level of content management to integrate with social components such as an activity stream. These combined factors put the service square in the middle of the market for CRM offerings.Here’s a bit more about what’s available with the new Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online:The service went through a four month beta test with 11,500 customers around the world. The company built out data centers in North America, the Middle East and the Asia Pacific regions for the launch.Microsoft Dynamics online is available at a monthly rate for $34 per person. That compares to Oracle and Salesforce.com, which charge $150 per person and $125 per month respectively.Microsoft is aggressively promoting Dynamics. It will provide $200 per user, which can be applied to services such as migrating data or customizing the solution to meet unique business needs.Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online has a Microsoft Office interface, providing an experience that people are accustomed to using.For developers, configuration and customization with full .NET development in Windows Azure that provides integration with business applications.Paul Greenberg is bullish about Windows Azure. But the authoritative CRM expert has a few overall reservations about Microsoft Dynamics CRM:Most germane here, Dynamics CRM 2011, announced for 40 markets by year end in July 2010, is a solid CRM competitor in the market when it comes to traditional SFA and customer service functionality. However, it suffers when it comes to its integration of social channels, despite its proclamation of social “connectors,” which are used to integrate Facebook, LinkedIn and other external social feeds. Frankly, by comparison to its competitors, not all that much to show. In fact, competitive feed integrators like Gist do a better job than what I’ve seen, and provide more value. But what can’t be argued is its familiarity through the use of an Outlook user interface, or the solidity of its traditional functionality (minus of course marketing, which is as poor as many of their competitors, though companies like Oracle – see above – are starting to incorporate marketing into the suite quasi-effectively, at least).It’s sometimes easy to think that Salesforce.com has a lock on the social CRM space. This latest offering shows that Microsoft’s might and productivity offerings should not be overlooked even though in some respects it has obvious shortcomings.center_img Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…last_img read more

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first_imgA little hesitantly he moved a step or two forward after receiving the coveted Legion of Honour, the highest civilian award in France, cleared his throat and spoke for a little over two minutes.“I don’t know what to say… I am honoured… I am privileged,” he said with tiny pauses between sentences. Thespian Soumitra Chatterjee’s voice was mildly stirring as he spoke at the investiture ceremony where Chevalier de la Légion d’honneur or the Knight of the Legion of Honour, the award instituted in 1802 by Napoleon Bonaparte, was handed over to him by the French Ambassador on Tuesday. Mr. Chatterjee said he would remember the evening as long as he lives. “This honour simply overwhelmed me. I don’t know what I have done to deserve this, but I pledge to enhance the award as much as could,” he said. Interestingly, he did not mention Satyajit Ray, who hand-picked him for the third part of the Apu Trilogy, Apur Sansar. French Ambassador in India Alexandre Ziegler began his presentation, connecting Tuesday night’s event with one held 29 years ago. “[It was the] second of February, 1989, on this day, during his visit to Kolkata, President of the French Republic François Mitterrand conferred the Order of the Legion of Honour on legendary Indian film-maker Satyajit Ray. In a few minutes, I will have the immense privilege to confer the same distinction on the maestro’s actor – a man who has himself become a legend – Soumitra Chatterjee,” Mr. Ziegler said. As the Ambassador moved forward to present the award, another man sitting in one of the corner seats stood up perhaps to get a better view. He was Sandip Ray, a film-maker and Ray’s son. He was in the audience when his father received the award three decades ago. “The last time the function was held in the lawn of the National Library and the place was so very interesting … quite more open… and those days February used to be still cold in Calcutta,” Mr. Ray reminisced.“But I am emotional today as much as I was in February 1989. He [Soumitra Chatterjee] should have had this honour earlier, but I am happy he finally got it as he is an immensely popular actor not only in the country but in Europe and France too,” Mr. Ray told The Hindu.The evening eventually drew to a close. The light on the Ash Carbon projector through which Apur Sansar was first screened in 1959 — a key souvenir of Mr. Chatterjee’s career, spanning over five decades, however, was kept on pretty late into the night.last_img read more