first_imgChelsea striker Batshuayi in Monaco today for medicalby Paul Vegas9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea striker Michy Batshuayi is in Monaco today.The Belgium international is due to undergo an AS Monaco medical after terms were settled between the two clubs.French media sources say Batshuayi will do his medical tests today ahead of signing for Monaco on Monday. The loan deal will run to the end of the season and does not include a permanent option.Batshuayi is available after his loan with Valencia was cut short.It has been VCF who have driven the deal with Monaco, with Chelsea having minimal input. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img

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first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion The Oct. 15 letter of Lois Mills regarding high school football players imitating the example of NFL players who do not stand for the national anthem had a serious flaw: namely that she felt that the students were being leaders in doing so, while clearly they were being followers of, in my opinion, faulty role model Colin Kaepernick.It’s sad to see that someone who is benefiting in the millions of dollars yearly from a country that gives free food through food stamps and pantries, health care through Medicaid, education from Headstart up to college, salary through unemployment, and housing through Section 8, creates a means of drawing attention to himself during the National Anthem.If he, and other attention seekers truly care about whatever issue they take, let’s see them work for that cause or donate some of their millions to change things. After all, who really needs all that money to live a good life? Better yet, let them find a country that suits them. Or don’t they really care about things? If they really cared about anyone or anything besides themselves, they would not demand those exorbitant salaries. They would take more equitable salaries so that tickets to games would be reasonably priced, and families could actually afford to buy tickets for the games.And they would try to be good role models.It’s time for teachers, advisers, parents and supervisors to stop letting naive, inexperienced children run the show. It’s time for all of us to be role models — good role models.It’s time to realize how good we have it in this country. Even the slightest knowledge of world news would have us kissing the ground in thanksgiving for this free land we live in.Theresa NowickiPattersonvilleMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationLocal movie theater operators react to green lightSchenectady County warns of possible COVID-19 exposure at Schenectady restaurant, Rotterdam barlast_img

first_imgRadio NZ 3 April 2016Family First Comment: It’s called ‘dope’ for a very good reason! So why would governments want to encourage use of it??New research shows chronic marijuana smokers – those who use cannabis four or more days a week for many years – are more likely to wind up in a lower “social and economic class” than their parents.Researchers at the University of California, Duke University and King’s College London, tracked 1000 people who were born in Dunedin 45 years ago and were being monitored in Otago University’s longitudinal health and development study.They said those who went on to become heavy marijuana users disproportionately experienced downward social mobility and financial problems by the age of 38, compared to their peers.Earlier this week Associate Health Minister Peter Dunne this week said the government was considering taking a more tolerant approach to minor drug offences, which kicked off a debate about drug laws in New Zealand.Scientist Magdalena Cerdá said the most important finding of the study was that people who smoked cannabis regularly over many years ended up in a ‘lower social class’ than their parents.They also ended up in jobs that were lower paid, less prestigious and that required lower skills.

first_img Share Share Tropical Storm AlbertoBRIDGETOWN, Barbados ––  The National Hurricane Centre (NHC) is reporting that at 5 pm eastern time Tropical Storm Alberto was located near latitude 32.2 north longitude 77.7 west or about 140 miles east southeast of Charleston, South Carolina.The 5 pm EDT NHC advisory indicates that maximum sustained winds are near 45 miles per hour with higher gusts and tropical storm force winds extend 45 miles mainly to the north of the system.The estimated minimum central pressure for the system has dropped to 1007 mb.Tropical Storm Alberto is the first named storm of the 2012 Atlantic Hurricane Season which begins on June 1st, 2012 however it poses no threat to the Caribbean.According to Philip J. Klotzbach and William M. Gray of the Department of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season is expected to see about ten named storms including four hurricanes and two major hurricanes.Caribbean 360 News Sharing is caring! Tweetcenter_img Share 40 Views   no discussions NewsRegional First tropical storm of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season forms. by: – May 21, 2012last_img

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