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Missing dog: Have you seen Brody?

first_imgA West Highland White Terrier, or similar, has not been seen for two days. Brody, a resident from the Mennaward area, went missing on Wednesday and the owner is anxious for its return.If you have seen this dog, or you know who may own it? Please get in contact with Laura Harkin here!Missing dog: Have you seen Brody? was last modified: September 27th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare 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)last_img read more

QPR v Birmingham City: match preview, team news, facts and figures

first_imgBoth Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Birmingham boss Gary Rowett managed BurtonKick-off: 3pm, Saturday 27 February 2016Referee: Roger East (Wiltshire)Match in a nutshell: QPR aim to avenge October’s defeat by Birmingham City, who are very much in the play-off hunt.Five key battles: Including Matt Phillips v Jonathan GroundsInjuries and suspensionsQPRRuled out: None.BIRMINGHAM CITYRuled out: Nicolai Brock-Madsen (thigh), Neal Eardley (knee).Fitness test: Jonathan Grounds (leg). Possible line-upsQPR: Smithies; Onuoha, Hall, Angella, Perch; Phillips, Luongo, Faurlin, El Khayati; Washington, Polter. Subs from: Ingram, Lumley, Hill, Konchesky, Kpekawa, Tozser, Diakite, Henry, Chery, Petrasso, Hoilett, Grego-Cox, Mackie.Birmingham City: Kuszczak; Shotton, Morrison, Robinson, Grounds; Kieftenbeld, Gleeson; Buckley, Fabbrini, Maghoma; Donaldson. Subs from: Legzdins, Caddis, Spector, Davis, Cotterill, Toral, Vaughan, Solomon-Otabor. Vital statisticsForm guide – last five league matchesQPR total: D D L W D (6 points)Home: L W D L D (5 points)Birmingham total: W D L D W (8 points)Away: D D W D L (6 points)Top scorers – all competitionsQPR: Austin 10; Phillips 7; Chery 5, Emmanuel-Thomas 5, Polter 5; Hoilett 4; Onuoha 3; Fer 1, Hill 1, Tozser 1.Birmingham: Donaldson 7; Toral 6; Maghoma 5; Caddis 4, Gleeson 4; Kieftenbeld 3, Morrison 3, Robinson 3; Cotterill 2; Buckley 1, Grounds 1, Solomon-Otabor 1.Last five meetings17 October 2015: Birmingham 2 QPR 18 March 2014: Birmingham 0 QPR 214 September 2013: QPR 1 Birmingham 028 October 2008: QPR 1 Birmingham 04 October 2008: Birmingham 1 QPR 0QPR 3 wins, Birmingham 2 wins, 0 drawsSee also:Spanish midfielder training with QPR ahead of possible moveQPR youngster clinches Crawley loan moveSpanish midfielder training with QPR ahead of possible moveFaurlin passed fit to return for QPRQPR v Birmingham: five key battlesFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Brand SA urges South Africans play their part for Mandela day

first_img(Image: Homecoming Revolution)Johannesburg, Tuesday 14 July – Brand South Africa will play its part on International Nelson Mandela Day by making a difference in the lives of South Africans through its flagship programme Play Your Part.  Brand South Africa will engage with communities in various parts of the country and by supporting charitable causes aimed at improving the lives of fellow South Africans.Download press releasePlay Your Part is a nationwide programme by Brand South Africa created to inspire, empower and celebrate active citizenship in South Africa. Its objective is to lift the spirit of our nation by inspiring all South Africans to contribute to positive change, become involved and start doing – because a nation of people who care deeply for one another and the environment in which they live is good for everyone. This programme aims to encourage South Africans to actively participate in improving their communities which will in turn  drive the implementation of the National Development Plan which is South Africa’s blueprint for economic development and social cohesion by eliminating poverty and reducing inequality by 2030.Programme 1Play Your Part for active citizenshipIn support of this commemorative month and as part of its mandate to build pride, patriotism, and a spirit of active citizenship, Brand South Africa, has also partnered with the GEM Project who have developed a Play your Part app which contains a number of organisations needing assistance from South Africans.  These include, amongst others, the provision of clothing, assistance with homework, job shadowing and skills development, which all South Africans will be able to support.Once an individual has participated in assisting a cause, they are eligible to receive a reward via the app, termed “a GEM”, which can be converted into a number of products such as airtime/data, pre-paid electricity, or even movie tickets.Brand South Africa’s Acting Chief Marketing Officer Ms. Sithembile Ntombela says: “This partnership is an extension not only to the commemorative month’s activities and actions of goodwill by South Africans, but we hope that the nation will continue to contribute to positive change because a nation of people who care deeply for one another, and the environment in which they live, is beneficial for everyone. This is our call to action so that everyday can become a Mandela Day!”The app is a social development drive, that aims to mobilise communities within themselves so that they can help each other rise. Volunteers are encouraged to donate their GEMs back to the needy causes during Mandela Month. In order to ensure continuity and mobilise support even beyond Mandela Month, corporates are also encouraged to donate GEMs so that they can be allocated towards causes on an ongoing basis.Brand South Africa invites you to download the app, play your part and contribute to the discussions by following the conversation during Mandela Month @Brand_SA #MandelaMonth2015 or #TimeToServe.Programme 2Refurbishing an orphanage in LimpopoOn Friday 17 July, Brand South Africa will play its part for Nelson Mandela Day by refurbishing the Mponegele Ke Itirele Orphanage Centre and assisting with general maintenance on the premises.Through the Play Your Part programme, Brand South Africa encourages all South Africans to make a positive social change in their communities in order to make a difference in the lives of the people of South Africa. Play your Part further seeks to empower and celebrate active citizens in our country.Brand South Africa will also participate in the Mayoral Nelson Mandel Day celebrations on Saturday 18 July at the ZZ2 Farm in Limpopo. The workers on the farm will teach school children from the orphanage about agriculture. The farm workers will share their skills with the children which will empower them to grow  their own vegetable gardens at the orphanage.Programme 3Blitz Clean Up Day, London Road AlexandraBrand South Africa staff will join other active citizens to clean up London Road and Juskei River as part of the wider Green Economy Sustainable Job Creation Concept on Friday 17 July. The aim is to have a “Blitz Clean Up Day” of the London/Vincent Tshabala Road and Jukskei River under the banner of #GreeningAlex.This initiative responds toBrand South Africa’s mandate to work with stakeholders to position South Africa as an investment and business destination of choice. Having a cleaner Alexandra will make the area more attractive to investors and businesspeople which will contribute to economic development and job creation and will therefore improve the lives of the community.Brand South Africa will participate in this initiative because it will highlight some of the challenges that have been identified that continue to hinder private sector investment in the community of Alexandra, some of which include poor infrastructure and environmental degradation.Programme 4Brand South Africa supports #Trek4MandelaBrand South Africa’s Chair of the Marketing Committee Mr Thebe Ikalafeng will join other South African imminent personalities who will summit Mt Kilamanjaro on 18 July 2015.  The #Trek4Mandela climbers are aiming to raise funds to keep 270 000 girls in school.  Keeping girls is school is directly related to the global competitiveness of a country.Brand South Africa invites you to play your part this Nelson Mandela Day to keep a girl child in school by SMSing “Thebe”to 42513 to pledge R30. Follow Thebe’s journey on Twitter at @Brand_SA, @ThebeIkalafeng or @trek4mandela #Trek4Mandela, #MandelaDaylast_img read more

Derrick Rose Out For Season as Bulls Beat Sixers

For Chicago Bulls fans, it was the best of times and the worst of times after the Bulls opened the first round of the NBA playoffs with a 103-91 victory, only to lose superstar point guard Derrick Rose to a season ending knee injury in the 4th quarter.Rose, who has nursed countless injuries during this shortened season, missed 27 of the Bulls 66 games during the year. The league’s reigning Most Valuable Player looked as if he had returned to form, putting together an impressive statline of 23 points, 9 assists, and 9 rebounds before the scary injury.With the Bulls up 12, Rose attacked the rim and attempted to execute a hop step before firing up on of his patented floaters. Unfortunately for Rose—and Bulls fans across the country—the hop step will be the last move he makes on a court this season.Rose reached for his knee immediately, telling teammates that he heard his knee “pop.” Rose was rushed to a nearby hospital where he received a MRI, which brought news of his torn ACL.Once the swelling goes down Rose will undergo surgery to repair the ligament and begin the rehab process. Although the Bulls managed to hold off the Sixers, the team seemed distraught after the game.Forward Kyle Korver, whose facial expression looked straight out of a horror movie when the injury happened, told local reporters this was the “saddest win ever.”“We have to pick ourselves up,” he said. “We’ve played a lot of games this year without him. Maybe that was getting us ready for this.”Many people immediately questioned why Rose was even in the game with the Bulls up 12 and little time remaining. But even after the injury to his star player, head coach Tom Thibodeau refused to second-guess himself.“I don’t work backwards like you (reporters) do,” he said. “The score was going the other way. He has to play. He has to work on closing. Our team didn’t handle that part great. That’s what I was thinking.” read more

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