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Man charged with Lyra McKee murder

first_img Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Facebook DL Debate – 24/05/21 A 52 year old man has been charged with the murder of journalist Lyra McKee.The 29 year old was shot dead in Derry on 18 April 2019.The man, from Derry was arrested by detectives yesterday and taken to Musgrave Serious Crime Suite, he is also charged with possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life and professing to be a member of a proscribed organisation.He will appear at Derry Magistrates Court tomorrow.Detective Superintendent Jason Murphy says he has always said a number of individuals were involved with the gunman on the night Lyra was killed, and while today is significant for the investigation the quest for the evidence to bring the gunman to justice remains active and ongoing. WhatsApp WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter By News Highland – February 12, 2020 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORcenter_img Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Previous articleFinn Harps delighted with 500 club progress – Trevor GordanNext articleBig Match Arrangements for Harps v Sligo News Highland Homepage BannerNews Man charged with Lyra McKee murder Twitter Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Facebook Pinterest Google+last_img read more

Cape May County Parks to Reopen Saturday

first_imgCape May County will reopen its County Parks System effective 7 a.m. on Saturday, May 2.However, there will be restrictions for social distancing while the coronavirus pandemic continues.Gov. Phil Murphy signed Executive Order 133 on Wednesday, allowing counties the ability to reopen their parks, after they were ordered to be closed under Executive Order 118. The Cape May County Park system includes Park Central, Park East, Park North, and Park South. A separate Executive Order 107 that was signed on March 21 prohibits any zoos from being open and remains unchanged currently. Therefore, the Cape May County Zoo will remain closed to the public. The animals continue to be cared for by the county zoo staff. Questions about municipal parks should be directed to the individual municipality’s government.“We are happy to reopen our parks to assist with the mental health of our county residents,” said Cape May County Freeholder E. Marie Hayes, liaison to the county parks. “It is also important to provide additional safe places for people to get out and exercise.”While the parks are reopening, the remaining areas will remain closed according to the governor’s order: picnic areas, playgrounds, pavilions, restrooms, and any interior buildings.Also, the same executive order states that employees and visitors should wear cloth face coverings while in all settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. Parking must be limited to 50 percent of the maximum capacity at one time. No picnicking shall be allowed. Social distancing of six feet must be maintained, excluding family members, caretakers, household members or romantic partners.No organized or contact activities or sports shall be allowed and no gatherings of individuals will be allowed. “This is a small first step to getting people back to our new normal,” said Cape May County Freeholder Director Gerald M. Thornton. “We must continue to take precautions and act wisely to limit potential exposure to COVID-19.”last_img read more

Pictures: How corporate bodies prepare ahead for JOY Sports Invitational Tournament

first_imgPictures: How corporate bodies prepare ahead for JOY Sports Invitational Tournament on Saturday at the El Wak Stadium.last_img

Clarence “Gene” Newell, 93, Wellington: Nov. 6,1919 – April 19, 2013

first_imgClarence NewellClarence Eugene “Gene” Newell, age 93, died at Sumner Regional Medical Center on Friday, April 19, 2013.  Gene owned and operated Newell Feed and Seed in Wellington for many years and was also a sales representative for Century Labs.Gene was born on November 6, 1919 in Wellington, KS to Clarence E. and Vera S (Nolan) Newell.He married Maxine N. McGregor on July 4, 1954 in El Dorado, KS.  She preceded him in death on February 25, 2003.He was a member of the Wellington Masonic Lodge, Wichita Consistory, Midian Shrine, and the American Legion.  He enjoyed going to the Wellington Senior Center and playing pool and cards.  Gene was a people person who never met a stranger.He is preceded in death by his parents; and his wife, Maxine.Survivors include his son, Randall Newell, of Ft. Smith, AR; daughter, Pamela Dauron and Steve Thresher of Little Rock, AR; two grandsons, Brady Staples and his wife Leslie of Scottsdale, AZ and Chad Staples and his wife Angela of Ft. Smith, AR; six great grandchildren, Brook, Andrew, Coby, Brady, Anna, and Sophia.Graveside Services will at Prairie Lawn Cemetery on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at 11:00 A.M.  Pastor Don Bryant of the First Christian Church will officiate.Visitation will be held at the funeral home on Tuesday April 23, 2013 from 1:00 – 8:00 P.M.  The family will greet friends from 6:30 – 7:30 P.M.A memorial has been established with the Wellington Senior Center in lieu of flowers.  Contributions can be left at the funeral home.Frank Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.To leave condolences or sign our guest book, please visit our website at www.frankfuneralhome.netlast_img read more

Yo-Yo test controversy: BCCI secretary wants Team India to follow proper procedure

first_imgAmitabh Chaudhry, the BCCI Acting Secretary said the Indian team management needed to follow proper procedure the Yo-Yo tests if they were deemed so critical.Days ahead of India’s tour of Ireland and England, Mohammed Shami and Ambati Rayudu were dropped after failing the Yo-Yo test.Shami was being tested for the one-off Test against Afghanistan while Rayudu had returned to the Indian team after a successful IPL campaign for Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League.Virat Kohli, who had sustained a neck injury during the IPL, MS Dhoni, Suresh Raina, Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Burah and other members of the team cleared the Yo-Yo test without any hurdle.However, the Yo-Yo test has not been without controversy. The test involves players running between two cones set 20 metres apart on the field.One shuttle includes a process where the player starts on a beep and needs to reach the cone at the other ennd before the second beep goes off. He is then required to turn back and return to the first cone before the third beep.There are different speed levels for these shuttles. Players start at speed level 5 (one shuttle) before moving to speed level 9 (also one shuttle). Speed level 11 (two shuttes), speed level 12 (three shuttles) and speed level 14 (four shuttles) follow. From speed level 14, there are eight shuttles per level.Many experts feel Yo-Yo tests are not the best markers for fitness on a cricket field. Others feel there should be more transparency.Chaudhry said there should be a proper procedure in place for these tests.advertisement”I would only like to go as far as saying that if the Yo-Yo tests were such an integral part then they should have been done through a proper procedure. I think reservations are based on the fact that procedures have not been followed,” he said.Former India player Sandeep Patil recently slammed the team’s policies towards the Yo-Yo tests.”Look, I am not against fitness being a criteria,” Patil told Mid-day. “…But I find it very absurd that a player is dropped for failing the Yo Yo test after he has been picked in the squad. In this way, you are disturbing the balance of the team; you are playing with the career of a cricketer.”Patil, a former selector, found it bizarre that the eventual selection now lies in the hands of the trainer.last_img read more