POTCHEFSTROOM, South Africa (AP):Martin Guptill’s unbeaten century led New Zealand to an easy eight-wicket win over South Africa yesterday to level their one-day international series 1-1.Guptill was 103 not out as New Zealand cruised to 207-2 in 44.3 overs after bowling South Africa out for 204 at Senwes Park in Potchefstroom.Doug Bracewell earlier took one-day international (ODI) career-best figures of 3-31 for New Zealand to help restrict the South Africans. He was backed up by fellow seamer Adam Milne, who collected 2-39.Guptill then clobbered nine fours and three sixes for a ninth ODI hundred, sharing an opening stand of 126 with Tom Latham, who made 64.Despite the loss of captain Kane Williamson soon after Latham went, George Worker, on his ODI debut, made 20 not out to help see New Zealand home alongside Guptill.The Black Caps’ big win sends the series to a deciding game in Durban next week and continues the see-saw nature of their limited-overs tour. The teams drew the Twenty20 series 1-1, with South Africa taking the first game and New Zealand coming back to win the second.On his recall after missing out on the first one-dayer, Bracewell removed Rilee Rossouw, big-hitting David Miller and top-scorer Farhaan Behardien for his three wickets.Behardien made 70 for South Africa, with tail-ender Vernon Philander providing some support with his 30 not out.Already struggling at 188-7 when Behardien went, South Africa lost their last three batsmen to run outs, with Dale Steyn going in bizarre fashion as he got his bat stuck in the pitch and dropped it as he reached out to make his ground.While the South African batsmen struggled on the slow pitch, Guptill made it look easy to bat through the innings.
Yesterday’s results Western Bureau: Champions Clarendon College kept their unbeaten streak alive but dropped points in a 0-0 draw with Edwin Allen High in yesterday’s Group H game in the 2015 ISSA/Flow daCosta Cup. The result was surprising as it was felt another lopsided victory was on the cards for the champions, but Edwin Allen played a stubborn defensive game to leave with a point. Clarendon still lead the group with 14 points, while Lennon are next on 10. They still need a point to secure group honours and a place in the inter-zone round of the competition. But the feature game was the Group B clash between Rusea’s and Green Island, where national age-group representative Deshane Beckford was at his imperious best for the ‘Russians’, who came away with a deserved 3-0 win. Beckford was on target in the 40th and 79th minutes with the other goal coming from Kristoff Young in the 70th minute. It was win number four from as many matches for Rusea’s and coach Aaron Lawrence, who hailed the quality of his team. “It was a pleasing victory. I thought we executed the game to perfection as we knew Green Island would come at us hard in the first half, which they did, but true quality shone through,” said Lawrence. The brace was Beckford’s ninth goal so far, and he told The Gleaner there was plenty more to come. “I clearly want more goals. The more I score, the more the team benefits, so I am happy. (In) today’s game, we played really well, in particular, in the second half, and it showed in the scoreline,” stated Beckford. Rusea’s 3 Green Island 0 Edwin Allen 0 Clarendon College 0 Spalding 2 Alston 2 Kellits 1 Thompson Town 1 Green Pond 0 Cornwall College 5 Knox 1 Christiana 1 Port Antonio 0 Fair Prospect 1 Holmwood 3 Bellefield 0 Happy Grove 1 Titchfield 2
The reserves took over in the fourth quarter and all but one Boston player finished with at least three points. Brad Wanamaker was the only member of the Celtics without a point, missing his only two shots in 7:10 of the fourth quarter.STARTING LINESAfter pacing the Hornets through a tight first quarter with 14 points, Walker scored only seven the rest of the way. Jeremy Lamb was the only other starter for Charlotte to score in double figures with 14 points — tying the combined total for the Hornets’ three other starters.Boston’s starters outscored Charlotte’s 70-49.“I think in our overall mentality just wasn’t there tonight,” Charlotte coach James Borrego said. “They were just the more aggressive team. They just looked like the more hungry team tonight.”BIG ALHorford said his knee felt good after playing 19 minutes Sunday, making all four of his shots and adding five assists. Coach Brad Stevens said Horford’s minutes were capped at 20, which was not an issue as he and the rest of Boston’s starters rested the entire fourth quarter.“I’m just happy that I was able to go out there and play with a lot of energy. It’s just good to be back. Sitting on the sidelines is tough, not being able to be on the court and help the guys,” said Horford, who made his 900th career block in the third quarter.TIP-INSHornets: Walker scored 18 of Charlotte’s 47 points in the first half. … Malik Monk had 13 points — all in the fourth quarter. … Willy Hernangomez added 19 points and 10 rebounds off the bench. Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil No.13 lucky for Orlando Bloom Boston Celtics’ Daniel Theis (27) runs up against Charlotte Hornets’ Devonte’ Graham, right, during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Boston, Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)BOSTON — A little internal venting seemed to get the Boston Celtics back on track.Kyrie Irving scored 25 points, Jayson Tatum had 17 and the Celtics ended a three-game skid with a 119-103 win over the Charlotte Hornets on Sunday night.ADVERTISEMENT “We have so much depth,” Irving said. “Getting past those things, just egocentric things, this is a chance of a lifetime for us. In order to achieve what we want to, we have to be closer as a team.”The Celtics responded Sunday by scoring the first nine points and never trailed. Boston shot 50 percent and outrebounded the Hornets 47-37.“They just wanted it more. They came out hungrier,” said Kemba Walker, who led Charlotte with 21 points. “They came out on a mission, and they accomplished it.”After a tight first quarter, the Celtics blew it open in the second, starting with eight straight points during a 14-1 run. Boston made 23 of 44 shots in the second quarter and took a 68-47 lead into halftime.The third quarter was more of the same, with Boston opening on a 12-4 run and taking an 80-53 lead when Irving drove for a layup while drawing a foul with 6:57 left in the period.ADVERTISEMENT Andrew Wiggins fires 30, leads Timberwolves past Thunder Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Celtics: Irving led all scorers with 23 points at halftime, making 8 of 10 shots, including four 3-pointers. … Morris scored 10 points in the second quarter. … Irving had five assists. … Daniel Theis finished with 10 points.UP NEXTHornets: Visit Brooklyn on Wednesday night.Celtics: Host Philadelphia on Tuesday night.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college View comments ‘Mia’: Rom-com with a cause a career-boosting showcase for Coleen Garcia Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew 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 MOST READ Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Boston was coming off a 120-107 loss at home to Milwaukee on Friday, which prompted a closed-door meeting in the locker room. The Celtics came out Sunday looking much more like the team that had won eight straight before the skid.“The team meeting was good,” said Marcus Morris, who had 12 points and eight rebounds for the Celtics. “We talked about a few things. Guys understood where other guys were coming from. We just opened up to each other, and I think it was beneficial.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissIn addition to clearing the air, the Celtics had Al Horford back in the lineup after he missed seven games with a sore left knee. Horford finished with 10 points and six rebounds.Irving said Horford’s return certainly helped on the court and in the locker room with another veteran voice helping smooth over the recent tensions. Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title LATEST STORIES After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk
The Deputy Managing Director for Administration at the National Port Authority, Nyekeh Y. Forkpa, has said retirement must be legislated in order to have people retired honorably.Speaking last Sunday at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Sinkor, Monrovia, Mr. Forkpa said there is a need to put in place the necessary regulatory framework, laws to guide any scheme that will support retirement of the people.Workers are not retiring in dignity, he feared, and some have had to settle for less than the 100 percent of the promised retirement package that was already less than 100 percent of earnings.He explained that government can participate by formulating a retirement system through legislations that will address complex issues in the retirement process, including the tax treatment of the savings, incentives for employers to set up retirement plans, encourage participation by many employees, and provide a good regulatory framework to protect the interest of workers.“Government could go further by enforcing the laws through monitoring and supervision of retirement plans and investments, and interpretation of the laws through the court system,” he further stated.According to him, Retirement planning is not only a personal responsibility but also a national obligation because Liberia will face many social problems without a strong retirement regimen and there is a need to do something about this.“In developing countries such as Liberia, many people overlook retirement planning because they expect their children to take care of them. That used to be possible, but not so now. The fact is that things have changed over the years and many children are not willing or able to support their parents in retirement,” he explained.According to him, the systems that made such reliance possible are no longer in existence. “We are no longer having many children to support us through farming. Where there are many children, they often migrate to cities in search of education and jobs; and they begin their own families and take on their own responsibilities,” he observed. “If you are one of those workers or executives who are relying on their children for retirement, you have to start rethinking because that plan could fail, leaving you to face financial hardship in your old age. This is why it is important to plan for the future. Today, you will observe that pension and retirement problems are becoming more visible in our country.” “In the case of Liberia, Government is the largest employer. So the government has the added responsibility of helping its employees prepare adequately for retirement, which will send a positive signal to other employers. The Government will have to step up its game and ensure that there is a law in place to help private employers set up retirement plans for their employees,” Mr. Forkpa suggested.The government must first set up its own program that is adequate to address the issue of income after retirement.“Some employers feel they have a social responsibility to help provide financial security for those who gave many years of hard work for the success of the company. The Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) and the National Port Authority (NPA) are two entities that come to mind,” he explained.Mr. Forkpa continued, “The role of employers in this process includes, among others, the creation of the retirement plan, the making of contributions on behalf of employees, and the collection of employees’ contributions for remittance to the retirement plan manager. Usually, the funds are collected, accumulated and managed by professionals.” According to him, Social Security retirement benefits do not provide sufficient income for most retirees. Financial experts believe that it will take 60% to 90% of a worker’s pre-retirement income to maintain their same lifestyle in retirement. This is why government, corporate, and individual retirement plans are created to augment the pension scheme of the social security program.“A unique feature of social security retirement benefits is that they may cease at the death of the pensioner. Therefore, those who are blessed with longer lives stand to benefit more from the system. In the case of Liberia, benefits may be paid to children up to certain ages,” he said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Agatha Thompson, Director of Communication at Information Ministry, says gender based violence undermines security and human dignity -MICAT Communication Director Thompson saysThe Director of Communication at the Ministry of Information Cultural Affairs and Tourism, Agatha Thompson, said the fight against gender based violence across the country must be taken seriously, because it undermines security and human dignity.Director Thompson made the statement over the weekend at the end of a 5-day training of media practitioners on reporting on Sexual and Gender Based Violence, in Ganta, Nimba County, organized by the UN Women with support from Sweden.Madam Thompson said usually victims or survivors suffered many things, including HIV and AIDS, trauma, discrimination, death and stigmatization among others.According to her, the government of Liberia sees the SGBV training of media practitioners as key to improving reporting on gender violence and harmful practices.She, however, called on beneficiaries to practicalize whatever learnt during the course of the five days training. She lauded the UN Women and partners for supporting the Liberian media and promised to work with them.Mrs. Yaah Belleh Suah, Nimba County gender coordinator of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, called on the media to increase its coverage on gender issues, including domestic violence, persistence non-support and rape among others.“We want you to fight to minimize SGBV issues, because we have lived with it for years and will take longer time eradicate from the society. We can only eradicate when everyone knows the danger of it, especially in our society,” Mrs. Suah said.She noted that the gender related issues cannot be taken likely, but that a joint effort can ensure that it’s dealt with accordingly.Cecelia G. Clarke, one of the beneficiaries who spoke on behalf of the participants, lauded the facilitators for helping to train them in reporting on SGBV issues.Mrs. Clarke noted that skills and methods on reporting on SGBV issues were seriously lacking, prior to undergoing the five days training, lauding UN Women for providing such an opportunity for journalists.“This training has opened our minds in reporting on gender based violence problems, which affects both sexes (male and female). We want to assure the facilitators and UN Women of seeing a new narrative from beneficiaries on SGBV reporting,” she said.Dhogba Mabande, UN Women Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) Programme Officer, lauded beneficiaries of their full participation during the five days intensive training, including facilitators, noting that there will be a new ways of reporting on SGBV.“You have received new knowledge on reporting on harmful traditional practices and other SGBV issues. The media remains a strategic partner in the fight to end sexual and gender based violence problems and others in Liberia,” Mbande said.According to him, media can help in reaching out to the community, men and women and ensure that there is a change in perceptions and attitudes towards women and girls in the various communities.“We need to be protected and also need to have a safe environment where they can live, free of violence. This is the responsibility of us as media practitioners. As we leave from here, it becomes our responsibility to use the airwaves to send the message to the people,” he said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan on Friday remanded a 31-year-old miner to prison on a charge of snatching a woman’s purse.Delroy Boyce of Kingston, Georgetown, appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts and denied the offence which read that on December 17, 2019, at Brickdam, Georgetown, he stole one purse valued $3000, a cellular phone valued $55,000 and $25,000 property of Amanda Dunn. The prosecution contended that the Virtual Complainant was standing on Brickdam when Boyce brazenly approached and snatched her purse. The court heard that the miner, who made good his escape, was later arrested after swift action by Police.Police Prosecutor Gordon Mansfield objected to bail on the grounds of the prevalence of the offence and the penalty it attracts.He was remanded and the case will continue on January 3, 2020.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre Equally important, the implicit assumption in creating a time-dated mutual fund is that the cookie-cutter approach will be appropriate for every person and household, regardless of the differences in their circumstances. In fact, there are gigantic differences between people during their careers and at retirement. The differences should be reflected in the allocation of financial assets. We accumulate financial assets because we eventually have to replace our faded human capital – the skills, talent and energy we bring to the workplace as young workers. How our savings are invested needs to reflect the security and prospects of our work and our age. You can’t do that with a cookie-cutter target fund. Here are some examples: In your 20s, you should be more conservative with your investments because your career is uncertain and you are faced with a major series of expensive projects: paying for education loans, getting married, buying a house, etc. So it’s better to take a bit less risk in your investments to support your mobility and career uncertainty. In your 30s and 40s, you should be most aggressive with your investments because your employment is relatively secure, you’ve bought a house, and you may be able to take more risk. Even there, a tenured college professor can take more risk than a high-tech sales manager. In your 50s, you need to dial back your risk because you are more vulnerable on several fronts. The 50s is a period of substantial life risk – health, marriage, employment and career. In your 60s the amount of risk you take will depend on what retirement resources you have and when you intend to use them. A worker who will have a pension, for instance, should be a more aggressive investor than a worker who has only a 401(k) plan. A worker who retires without paying off a home mortgage should be more cautious than one who has no mortgage. A lower-income worker with Social Security benefits, a pension and a mortgage-free home can be more aggressive than a high-income worker who will depend on investments for the bulk of her retirement income. The cookie-cutter target funds don’t take any of this into consideration. That’s why I favor the construction of portfolios that fit your particular circumstances and risk tolerance. Questions about personal finance and investments may be sent by e-mail to email@example.com or by fax to 505-424-0938. Please visit my Web site at www.scottburns.com to comment on any of my articles, find referenced Web links or to discuss personal finance topics on my forums.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Q uestion: Can you talk about the pros and cons of creating your “Five-Fold” portfolio versus investing in a targeted retirement mutual fund? Could you also touch on the practical aspects of trying to create and rebalance a Five-Fold portfolio with a variety of accounts at different investment companies. I’ve considered consolidating my 401(k) plans into existing IRAs at one firm, but I like the reduced fees, distribution flexibility and borrowing capability associated with 401(k) plans. – B.R. Answer: The Five-Fold portfolio is one of the Couch Potato Building Block portfolios. It is constructed with inexpensive index funds or ETFs and represents a moderate level of portfolio risk that remains constant. The target retirement funds – available from many mutual fund companies – are a great example of how marketing trumps actual thought in the financial services business. While their actual asset allocations differ, the common feature of these funds is that they suggest holding many equities when you are young and fewer when you are old. This is the conventional wisdom, but a growing body of research suggests it is wrong.
The cast of Grease.Grease is a hugely popular Musical with many hit songs and Donegal Drama Circle will bring it alive on the stage of the St Bosco Centre in Donegal Town during Easter Week.Written in 1971 by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey “Grease” is a story of the lives and loves of the Students of fictional High School “ Rydell High” and attempts to recreate the sounds of the 1950’s Rock and Roll era.It certainly does that and includes many popular and tuneful Songs probably best known from the Film version in 1978 which Starred John Travolta and Olivia Newton John which will still pop up on the Movie Channels. It ranks in the top 20 of all time Broadway Successes and has been the subject of many high profile revivals in recent years. Looking good for Grease!Grease is a difficult Show to produce as it requires a high standard of Singing, Dancing and Acting from the young cast. The Drama Circle in opting for Grease was motivated by TWO factors: 1. It’s a Popular Show and secondly – They wanted to reward the Teenagers who have come through the previous Productions of The Wizard of Oz, Annie and Oliver by allowing them to excel in their own Show.The chance to successfully produce Grease only comes along every 8 or 10 years. It’s like having a successful under 16 Football Team in that you need a bunch of young people who are totally committed, who get along, and who are prepared to work hard and respect their Trainers. On this occasion the Drama Circle has the Kids, and the trainers to do the Job and they will “Rock the Bosco” during Easter Week.Director –Amanda Crawford leads her production team and her Group of Teenage” Veterans of the Stage” in the Bosco Centre from Easter Monday. The Show will commence at 8 pm each Night until Saturday 11th April with no performance on the Thursday Night ( 9th April).As ever the Drama Circle will present some surprises in what will be an action packed Show so all roads lead to Grease at Easter. GREASE IS THE WORD IN DONEGAL TOWN THIS EASTER was last modified: March 30th, 2015 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:Donegal TownGREASE
A Donegal man in Australia got more than he bargained for when he went on a date in Sydney over the weekend!The man who wishes to remain anonymous, decided to try and find love this Valentines weekend, and decided to meet a young lady through a dating website in Sydney. The date went OK, but there was no real spark for the Donegal man, so he decided to send his date a polite text message to say, he had a good time, but she wasn’t his ‘cuppa of tea’.However, her response via e-mail stunned the Donegal man, as it seems the young Asian lady fell head over heels for this mysterious lothario from the hills!Below is the e-mail he sent to us at Donegal Daily, a very long one, we might add, which also includes a poem at the end – dedicated to the Donegal heartthrob!“I am really dumbfounded by your sms. I actually found you very cute and a lot better looking than your photo. For the first time after meeting so many guys I thought you were the only one I had chemistry with and I thought u felt the same considering your ha** on. Even if I found a guy not for me I would try to offer some sort of explanation as I believe in karma, how you treat others will return to oneself.If I have offended you in any way I offer my appologies, although as Librans we may look soft and fluffy on the outside but I am pretty rough type and sometimes I offend people without knowing. I would really appreciate in what way I fell short of your expectations, was I not pretty enough, you didn’t like the fact I went out with so many boys, what is it. You told me your friends are leaving Sydney, so wouldn’t it be wise to know one more friend rather than a foe. Once you know me as a person I am very nice, if Its not cause I smashed my car I would’ve given u a lift home that night at the risk of being caught as I have lost my licence.Even if we cant be lovers, I’d love to be your friend so please reconsider you seemed like such a nice guy I was shocked at the bluntness of ur sms you really dont look like a guy who would dump a girl wout offering an explanation. I’d like you to think about it for a few days and if you ever change ur mind sms me and I will be just happy if you accepted me as a friend in fact I’d like to spend u dinner and this time I will come to Bondi to see you. “And thanks for coming to Chatswood. The insurance company said I should get back my car on the 26th of March then if ure ever decide to be my friend I’d gladly drive you around. I am really a nice person contrary to what you may think of me. Once I make a person a boyfriend I am completely faithful to him. Just to show you I am a genuine person you can google me on **** ****, most of the story is true. Like I say you said you didn’t have many friends in Sydney I’d like to offer u my friendship.My friends really like me a lot and I would do anything for them. I want you to know you are the first internet person I kissed and wanted to have s** with, I really thought you felt the same unless you’re a damned good actor.I will dedicate this poem for you to reflect when you’re having a break from ur painting. Once a ****** sent me a flirt, He looked rather goofy so I didn’t think too much. He invited me to a date, turned out to be as cute as Donald Duck. The night turned out to be splendid, we sat at the train station and turned cartwheels with our tongue ummm…..“I can still feel his touch on my b***s and feel his h**d on in my hands as we stole kisses for all to see and was the envy of all the Northshore passers by. So tempted I was to do it with him, for he was tall, cute and most of all was kind, soft, the guy dreams were made of hundreds of men have approached me, but one by one I turned them down.Finally found one I liked only to be told in his Irish way, I’m not his cuppa tea – whatever that means. Hope one day he’ll forgive me, for I dont even know how I offended him. For id luv to taste his sweet lips and consumate our romantic romp in the alley!DONEGAL MAN IN OZ GETS HILARIOUS E-MAIL IN RESPONSE TO VALENTINES DATE was last modified: February 15th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare 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:AsiandonegalE-mailFeaturesnewsValentine’s Date
A man who stole 11 bulk bags of nachos after he went on a drinking binge must have built up some appetite, a court has heard.Nacho a nice thing to do!Sebastian Andanowicz admitted to stealing the food along with 24 cans of lemonade to wash them down. Andanowicz, of Sylvian Park, appeared before Letterkenny District Court charged with stealing the goods from Dominos Pizza.The 33 year old, who had 24 previous convictions, was arrested at the rear of the restaurant at 9.10pm on February, 4th last.Solicitor Patsy Gallagher said his client had literally drank all of his money and went stealing food.“He basically drinks what he has and then has to feed himself,” said Mr Gallagher.Judge Paul Kelly said Andanowicz “must have worked up some appetite.”Mr Gallagher suggested that it would not do anybody any good if his client was jailed.But Judge Kelly said it might do the community some good if Andanowicz was taken off the streets for a while.He ordered the accused to do 120 hours community service for the first theft and jailed him for four months for the second but suspended the prison sentence for 12 months.SO NACHO! CHIPS ARE DOWN FOR THIEF WHO STOLE FROM PIZZA PARLOUR was last modified: March 17th, 2015 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:Dominos PIzzadonegalJudge Paul Kellyletterkennynachostheft