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  • Salamida Company helps create ‘spiedie chip’

    first_imgBINGHAMTON (WBNG) – New York Chips, a relatively new chip company, is teaming up with the Rob Salamida Company. The two are working together to create a spiedie flavored chip for Upstate New York. “The Spiedie chip was a recommendation from people in the Binghamton area,” says New York Chips VP of Operations Chad Heeb. Salamidia, who has been making his spiedie marinade since 1976, jumped on the opportunity. Salamida says the chip, “shows how the popularity of spiedies has grown and grown.”center_img The chip has been a work in progress for the last six months. “We worked on the formula and tried several different types and we think we’ve hit perfection on the flavor,” said Salamida. “Out of all the new chips we’ve had this year this one really has me excited.”last_img read more

  • Nigerian referee Edibi makes Nations Cup list

    first_imgNigeria’s foremost referee Peter Edibi has been invited to officiate during the 30th Orange Africa Cup of Nations taking place between January 17 to February 8 in Equatorial Guinea.A CAF invitation letter dated December 8, addressed to the General Secretary of the Nigeria Football Association, carried the information, requesting Mr Edibi to report in Bata by January 7 2015 at the latest to take part in the fitness test scheduled for January 9, followed by the refresher course for those who will scale the fitness hurdle.Signed by the CAF referees manager Eddy Maillet, the NFF is to ensure that Edibi “arrives in Bata in the best possible  physical condition.”Peter Edibi, one of Africa’s best assistant referees narrowly missed going to the world cup in Brazil after he had been selected to officiate at the FIFA World Club Championship last year in Morocco and was on duty in the third place match.Before then, he was also selected by FIFA for the FIFA U20 World Cup in Turkey. As far back as 2007, Edibi was in the CAF Delegation to the U17 tourney in Togo, graduating to the Africa Cup of nations in Ghana in 2008 and did so well that in the CHAN competition that held in Cote Divoire in 2019 he was in the final match involving Congo DR and Ghana.Again in the Nations Cup in Angola 2010,Edibi  was picked and was also on duty in Sudan for CHAN where he officiated in the semi-finals. That Nigeria did not qualify for the Nations Cup   in Equatorial Guinea /Gabon did not stop CAF from inviting him for the finals in 2012 and     in South Africa in 2013, Edibi was good enough for the final match , but because Nigeria had qualified for the final, was made to handle the third place match.The current appointment is therefore, his fourth Nations Cup appearance in as many tournaments.last_img read more

  • Redress scheme for Donegal’s MICA homes ready in weeks

    first_imgSenator Pádraig Mac Lochlainn has cautiously welcomed confirmation from the Housing Minister, Eoghan Murphy that a redress scheme for the thousands of Donegal households affected by mica defective blocks will be published within weeks.Minister Murphy was responding to questions from Sinn Féin Housing Spokesperson, Eoin Ó Broin TD in the Oireachtas housing committee.Senator Mac Lochlainn said it is vital that a redress scheme is in place for the thousands of Donegal households affected by this nightmare. He said “That scheme should involve an assessment of the damage and the repairs required in each household by a qualified engineer applying the protocol agreed by the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI).“Then the necessary refurbishment and rebuilding works need to go out to tender and be carried out by reputable building contractors.“All of these costs must be born by the State as is the case with the Pyrite Redress Scheme for households in Dublin and North Leinster”.“This is the fully funded scheme that we expect to be announced in the next few weeks. “That we have got to this very hopeful point is a tribute the campaigning families and households in the Mica Action Group”.Redress scheme for Donegal’s MICA homes ready in weeks was last modified: March 7th, 2019 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:MICAredress schemeSenator Padraig Mac Lochlainnlast_img read more

  • QPR man wanted by Reading and West Ham – report

    first_imgDJ Campbell is attracting interest from Reading and West Ham, according to The Sun.The striker joined QPR from Blackpool a year ago but endured an injury-blighted season, managing only one goal.It is claimed that Rangers could be willing to sell him for £700,000.The Sun also report a war of words involving Wigan chairman Dave Whelan and the agent of Victor Moses, who is said to be closer to joining Chelsea.Meanwhile, the Lancashire Evening News suggest that Danny Murphy has undergone a medical at Blackburn.QPR boss Mark Hughes has shown some interest in signing the veteran midfielder, whose Fulham contract is about to expire.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

  • Extensive HIV vaccine study planned in South Africa

    first_imgAmerican scientists are scheduling a major trial of an experimental HIV vaccine in South Africa in 2016, “the most feasible vaccine ever developed”. It will be one of largest single clinical testing processes done in South Africa.A new, extensive HIV vaccine trial will be started in South Africa in November 2016. (Image: Wikipedia)Brand South Africa reporterA successful early-stage HIV vaccine clinical trial in South Africa has prompted the expansion of the experimental vaccine regimen into a large clinical trial.The new study, called HVTN 702, is designed to determine whether the regimen is safe, tolerable and effective at preventing HIV infection among South African adults. It will use a new variation of the RV144 shot, an experimental HIV vaccine developed by the US’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (Niaid). The drug will be trialled in South Africa at the end of 2016.Tony Fauci @NIAIDNews: “Everyone was dying & we didn’t know why’ #HVAD https://t.co/HanbTbvfm9 pic.twitter.com/ZXad2e30B3— IAVI (@IAVI) May 18, 2016The HVTN 702 study will be led by Protocol Chair Dr Glenda Gray. Gray is the president and CEO of the South African Medical Research Council, research professor of paediatrics at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, and a director of the Perinatal HIV Research Unit at Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital in Soweto, South Africa.According to a post on the Niaid website by its director, Dr Anthony Fauci, RV144 promises to be able to cut HIV viral infections by a third, even more when the vaccine is tested in a real-world environment. Fauci is one of the global leaders in searching for a viable and affordable solution to the HIV/Aids pandemic.He says the new RV144 variation has been the most feasible vaccine ever developed. The trial will be one of largest single clinical testing processes done in South Africa.Niaid, co-funder of the trial, falls under the US National Institutes of Health, an agency of the United States Department of Health. It is responsible for global biomedical and health-related research, particularly in communicable diseases and life-threatening allergies.“A safe and effective HIV vaccine could help bring about a durable end to the HIV/Aids pandemic,” Fauci writes in the post, adding that “(it) is particularly needed in southern Africa, where HIV is more pervasive than anywhere else in the world.”In 2009, an early variation of the vaccine, developed by the US military, was trialled in Thailand. It consisted of a two-vaccine combination that cut the risk of HIV infection by 31% over three-and-a-half years.A small safety trial in South Africa of the latest variation found the new modified shots promising enough to warrant an expanded study in November 2016, pending regulatory approval.The South African trial will use 5 400 adult volunteers, each receiving five injections over a year, either vaccine or placebo shots. Results of the trial will be analysed and are expected to be released towards late 2020.“While we are making encouraging (overall) progress (in the fight against the disease) – new HIV infections have fallen by 35% globally since 2000 – the development of a safe and effective HIV vaccine would be the ultimate game- changer,” Fauci writes. The new design and schedule of the vaccine regimen scheduled for the South African trial have been adjusted to try to increase the magnitude and duration of vaccine-elicited immune responses.“Vaccine research (will) also continue in the laboratory, where scientists are investigating the use of potent antibodies that block a high percentage of global HIV strains from infecting human cells.”In May 2016, South African Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi announced that antiretroviral medicine would be made available to all HIV-positive people irrespective of their CD4 count by September. An extra R1-billion has been allocated to the health budget to make this programme possible.Watch a full presentation by Fauci on the new trial and HIV/Aids research work done by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.Source: News24Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.last_img read more

  • Tips on Geocache Hints

    first_imgSometimes geocaching hints create a confusing chorus that doesn’t lead anyone closer to the actual geocache. “Hints” like, “It’s in the obvious place” or “Yes, it’s really there” or “You don’t really need a hint” lead to a little confusion and a lot of shoulder shrugging. The hint shouldn’t spoil the exact location of the geocache, but be should be used as a good clue as to where it can be found. If you’re a geocache hider, consider a clue that would help someone who’s finding their first geocache step closer to the container.The hint can still be clever and require geocachers to think about their surroundings. If you’re new to geocaching, or even a seasoned pro, sometimes the hint takes a little decoding. Here’s some help: •Attractive = Magnetic geocache Do you still have more questions about hints? We’ve got you covered. Another great destination to decipher and share your favorite hints is the Geocaching Facebook page.  Inspire a geocache owner, leave your favorite tips on hints below in comments!Share with your Friends:More •Troll = Under a bridge SharePrint RelatedHints on geocache hintsNovember 12, 2019In “News”The evolution of geocachesNovember 19, 2019In “Learn”8 Tips to Answer the Eternal Question, “Is it even here?”September 22, 2013In “Geocaching Quizzes”center_img •Tie Your Shoe = Bend down and look at a lower level •SPOR/UPR = Suspicious Pile of Rocks/Unusual Pile of Rocks •Handyman Special = Magnetic boltlast_img read more

  • Toure refuses to rule out Serie A switch

    first_imgTransfers ‘Never say never’ – Yaya Toure refuses to rule out Serie A switch Chris Burton Last updated 2 years ago 17:02 10/31/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Yaya Toure Manchester City Wolves Getty Transfers Manchester City Napoli v Manchester City Napoli Internazionale UEFA Champions League Serie A Premier League Yaya Touré The Ivorian midfielder has been heavily linked with Inter in the past and he admits that a move could be made as a free agent in the summer of 2018 Yaya Toure has hinted that he could move to Italy when his contract at Manchester City expires in the summer of 2018.The Ivorian midfielder has been heavily linked with a switch to Serie A in the past, with Inter often leading the chase for his signature.Man City 6/4 to beat Napoli Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Toure has, however, remained loyal to City and is now into his eighth season with the club.There have, however, been issues for the 34-year-old since Pep Guardiola took over at the Etihad Stadium and despite earning a 12-month extension on the back of his efforts in 2016-17, the current campaign could be his last in England.Pressed by Gazzetta dello Sport on the regular links to Italian clubs and his plans for the future, Toure said: “In the past there have been several contacts with Italian football, but then I have followed different and important paths like those of Barcelona and Manchester City.“But never say never in life.”Toure could grace Italian soil on Wednesday, with City set to take on Napoli in their latest Champions League outing.He has been restricted to just four appearances so far this season, with Guardiola once again favouring other options in a side which has swept to the top of the Premier League table.His experience could be vital in a crunch European clash, though, with City seeking to stretch their unbeaten start to 2017-18.Kevin De Bruyne Gabriel Jesus Manchester CityGuardiola’s side have been full of goals, with an enviable array of attacking talent performing at the peak of its power.Among those to have caught the eye is Brazilian forward Gabriel Jesus, with Toure happy to talk up the potential of a 20-year-old frontman who has settled seamlessly into life among the elite at the Etihad Stadium.He added: “He’s doing the right thing with the right pace.“He’s young, he’s talented, and it’s not easy to fit in with the football of a new country.“The future is on his side.”Gabriel Jesus has eight goals in 14 appearances this season, taking his overall tally for City to 15 in just 25 outings since a £27 million move from Palmeiras.last_img read more

  • 10 months agoWest Ham eyeing Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelvey

    first_imgWest Ham eyeing Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelveyby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveWest Ham are eyeing Newcastle United midfielder Jonjo Shelvey.The Daily Mail says West Ham are exploring the possibility of a move to sign Shelvey but are braced to face fierce resistance from Newcastle.Shelvey has only made 12 appearances for Newcastle this season and this week went to Barcelona for treatment for a thigh problem. Though he has not been ruled out for definite, the midfielder remains doubtful for Saturday evening’s clash with Chelsea.He may have been a peripheral figure for Newcastle but Manuel Pellegrini, West Ham’s manager, admires Shelvey and would jump at the possibility to bring him to the London Stadium in this window. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

  • 9 months agoReal Madrid do enough to defeat Real Betis

    first_imgAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Real Madrid do enough to defeat Real Betisby Carlos Volcano9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveReal Madrid did enough to defeat Real Betis and climb into the La Liga top four with a first win in three matches.Betis looked set to earn a deserved point until Dani Ceballos’ late free-kick nestled into the bottom corner.Real were given an early lead by Luka Modric, but the home side dominated possession and equalised through Segio Canales after an offside decision was overturned by VAR.Madrid climb to fourth, but remain 10 points behind leaders Barcelona. last_img read more

  • Video: Cam Newton Is Getting Crushed For Sulking, Walking Out Of Press Conference

    first_imgCam Newton is unhappy during press conference.Cam NewtonThe people who don’t like Cam Newton have more fuel to add to that hate fire. The Carolina Panthers’ quarterback is currently getting crushed on social media for the way he handled himself after his team’s loss to the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl. At his post-game press conference, Newton sullenly sat for roughly three minutes, barely answered any questions and then got up and left. Here’s video of his exit. Panthers Cam Newton barely answered questions and here he exits pic.twitter.com/eNMDpv2sQH— Cam Inman (@CamInman) February 8, 2016And here’s some of the reaction. Cam’s presser was weak. If you’re going to celebrate when you win, you’ve got to face the music when you lose.— Jim Rome (@jimrome) February 8, 2016I’m a Cam fan. Tonight’s outcome doesn’t change how incredible he is, was this season. But how he handled the presser was most disappointing— Chris Fedor (@ChrisFedor) February 8, 2016BTW…I love Cam…great player, but wish he would’ve handled that press session better than that— Joel Klatt (@joelklatt) February 8, 2016It’s fair to call Cam a front runner now. Dude lives it up when things go well, turns into a whiny brat when they don’t.— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) February 8, 2016So disappointing. I get that he’s in pain. I’m not a Cam hater, but he has to be a better leader & professional. https://t.co/emFpcziUjW— Jerry Brewer (@JerryBrewer) February 8, 2016Just when I start liking Cam, he goes back to pouting and a walk off at the press conference. Stardom is a two way street.— Hunter Mahan (@HunterMahan) February 8, 2016Hardest thing to do after a “big game” loss is speak to the media (yes I know I had to a lot) but what was that Cam Newton?! #MVP #SB50— Taylor Twellman (@TaylorTwellman) February 8, 2016I see college freshmen and sophomores handle themselves better annually after losing in the Final Four than Cam Newton just did. Ooooof.— Matt Norlander (@MattNorlander) February 8, 2016Obviously, it’s understandable that Newton is disappointed, but the criticism of him is (mostly) fair here. He could’ve acted better.last_img read more