AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInPolice Scotland Report that a man is currently in custody after being reported at about 04.25AM this morning (Thursday 23rd March) for trying to open car door handles in Kirkland Road, Calside, Dumfries and gaining access to two insecure cars.The Police traced the man and arrested him.Police are now trying to find out if this man managed to access any other cars in the area and are asking for residents in Kirkland Road to double check that their cars are secure and nothing is missing from them.If you find your vehicle has been tampered with or that you have items missing from your vehicle please call the police on 101
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“It makes no sense to say that the player was notified if it was not so. Madrid has not been able to anything more than analyse the nature of this reality and we believe the suspension was not done effectively. But Perez held a news conference on Thursday night to deny any Madrid wrongdoing and essentially pin the blame on the RFEF and Villarreal for not telling Madrid about Cheryshev’s suspension – he had been playing on loan with the Yellow Submarines when he accrued three bookings to pick up the ban. “After an analysis with the board of directors, we have decided that the suspension for three yellow cards was not effective because no one communicated it to the player as per Article 41. The Andalusian side complained about the incident officially and Madrid are at risk of being kicked out of the tournament. “No one was negligent at Real Madrid. That is our conclusion after speaking with our legal team.” 03/12/2015 Sport EN Upd. on 04/12/2015 at 00:14 CET “We will in the very least go to the CAS because there is jurisdiction. If someone did not do their job, we would ask for forgiveness. But if the player has not told us, nor the federation, nor Villarreal, it is impossible for us to be aware. We did not receive any information on July 27. The federation knows this. “We did not have any knowledge nor did the player of his own suspension. No one knew,” Perez said. “Real Madrid was not aware of the existence of any sanction, no one communicated that to us. The CAS [Court for Arbitration of Sport] has dictated that a player must receive a personal notification. If we admit that the suspension was efficent, it would have to have been annulled according to Article 112, which states that the suspension is not effective because it was not communicated to the player so there was no fielding of an ineligible player. Real Madrid president Florentino Perez insists his club did not know Denis Cheryshev was suspended and they should not be punished for playing him in the Copa del Rey fourth round win over Cadiz.
Brazil, who are still not 100 per cent sure they will have Neymar in the Olympic Games, have found out their schedule as they bid to win their first gold medal in football. Group D: Argentina, Honduras, Portugal and Algeria “It has to be this time,” Dunga told the head of the Rio organizing committee, Carlos Nuzman. “Brazil will always have pressure. But we have a good group of players. Some that play in the Copa America will also be in the Olympics.” Upd. on 22/11/2016 at 03:06 CET Group C: Mexico, South Korea, Fiji and Germany Sport EN The groups: 15/04/2016 Group B: Japan, Nigeria, Sweden and Colombia They kick off on August 4 in Brasilia against South Africa, a day before the Olympics officially starts, before later playing Iraq and Denmark. Group A: Brazil, South Africa, Iraq, Denmark.
The Galway Intermediate Camogie Team face Cork tomorrow afternoon in their first game of the All-Ireland series. Galway are looking to win their first All-Ireland title since 2013 but first must get over their group that includes Cork, Meath, Down, Carlow and Laois. Throw in is at 2.30 in Charleville and ahead of the game, Galway Manager Lorraine Larkin spoke to John Mulligan https://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/LORRAINE%20LARKIN%20GALWAY%20CAMOGIE.mp3print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Audio Playerhttps://galwaybayfmsports.podbean.com/mf/play/nqzikc/RAY_MULVANEY.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. The recently elected chairman of the Irish National Bookmakers Association, Ray Mulvaney, joined George McDonagh on Over The Line and talked about his appointment and the happenings of the Betting Ring in general. Recently elected Chairman of the Irish Bookmakers Association Ray Mulvaney in action at Leopardstown. Photo Healy Racingprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Watch highlights of Rangers securing a 1-0 win away from home against Queen of the South in the Scottish Championship. Kenny Miller’s second-half looping volley was enough to separate the sides and maintain the Ibrox side’s eight point lead on Hibernian at the top of the table. The strike was Miller’s 100th Scottish league goal for the club across his three spells at Rangers.Next up for Mark Warburton’s side is a home clash against St Mirren this weekend while Queen of the South travel to Falkirk.
Friends are invited to visit from 4 to 8 pm on Tuesday at the Dawalt Funeral Home. Wesley Lee Graves, age 47 of Pekin, passed away Thursday, April 7, 2016 at 12:50 am, in the Floyd County Memorial Hospital. Born January 19, 1969 in New Albany, Indiana, he was the son of the late Steven and Christine (Holloway) Graves.He was an employee of GKN Sinter Metals in Salem and a former employee of the old Kimball Office Furniture – Borden Division.He had been a life resident of Washington County and was a graduate of Eastern High School. Survivors include: 2 Sisters: Teresa Rickard and Sharon Graves of Pekin. He was preceded in death by 2 brothers, Steven G. and Kenneth Graves.
The deadline for vendors to submit early applications for prime spaces at Mountain Heritage Day, Western Carolina University’s annual fall festival of traditional Appalachian culture, is rapidly approaching.Organizers said Monday, June 12, will close out the preferred application period for arts, crafts and food vendors to participate in the event, recently named a top 20 festival in the Southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society. The family oriented daylong celebration typically attracts more than 12,000 visitors who enjoy continuous music and dance, exhibitions of shape-note singing, a midway of juried arts and crafts, and home-style food.Vendor and exhibitor information and applications are available at www.mountainheritageday.com.The 43rd annual festival will be held, rain or shine, on Saturday, Sept. 30. The event is publicized by the university throughout the Southeast through print and broadcast advertising, social media and billboards. Organizers anticipate more than 120 booths of regional arts and crafts, and vendors offering ethnic, heritage and festival food, as well as an expanded lineup of music and dance performances, living-history demonstrations, competitions and awards programs.Already booked for performances are the band Mountain Faith and Country Current, the U.S. Navy bluegrass band, and dozens of other performers. Traditional festival events include chainsaw competition, an antique car and truck show, storytelling and clogging, along with living-history demonstrations of muzzle-loading rifles, blacksmithing, corn shuck crafts, Cherokee crafts and broom-making. Children’s activities include sack races, free wagon rides and hayrides.Mountain Heritage Day is part of the Blue Ridge Music Trails of North Carolina, with www.BlueRidgeMusicNC.com providing an easy and convenient way to find festivals, concerts, jam sessions and plenty of singing and dancing to the traditional music of Western North Carolina. To learn more about WCU’s festival, visit www.mountainheritageday.com or call 828-227-3039.
Tags:#cloud#cloud computing#Virtualization Zimbra is marking its full integration with VMware in the form of a new virtual appliance designed for the data center and hosting markets. The new service combines VMware’s vSphere with the Zimbra email client in a portable product called the Zimbra Collaboration Suite Appliance.It’s part of the new VMware stack for the cloud that competes with Google Apps, Microsoft Exchange and providers such as Red Hat. VMware sees an advantage with its portability and its ability to meet the needs of a customer that is still a bit uncertain about a move to the cloud.Both Google Gmail and Microsoft can be ported to different environments but the transition can be complex when moving calendars, contacts and the associated metadata. The Zimbra service is not exactly the cloud, but it may be suited to customers who have concerns about the cloud and its distributed nature.Zimbra executives cite, for instance, a government agency in Japan that may not want its data distributed outside its borders. VMware is working with its hosting partners to meet that demand for offerings that keep the data in a specific geographic region. VMware will also focus on vertical markets such as healthcare.VMware has a network of 25,000 channel partners. Zimbra Collaboration Suite is now fully available to the entire network. It can be purchased in components or as a full suite.Zimbra is also fully integrated into VMware. And it looks like a decent fit, especially as the competition gets tighter to provide applications that are more flexible and have the ability to reach people anytime, anywhere, on any device.Google Apps does have its own advantages to Zimbra. A new customer can be in the cloud in minutes. Zimbra says its appliance takes 10 minutes to deploy. But it also needs to be installed and maintained.The offering shows that the cloud and a virtulalized infrastructure each has its advantages. The difference may be how deep VMware and Google can push their services to all those local and vertical markets. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts alex williams