“After the game in which I had to live a bittersweet situation, I wanted to come here to share a thing. I am not a controversial person and I like to always be focused on football only, but I can’t allow some limits to be crossed that not only affect me “, Toni Martínez wrote in a first tweet that he later deleted. And he continued his complaint in a second publication that he also removed from his account: “I am receiving some threats because of sports betting in matches. I think they exceed the limits and leave me as “guilty” of something that does not depend on me. Respect above all. Toni Martínez. “ Famaliçao lost the match 2-1. The Spanish forward, which had scored the goal of his team in minute 89 ‘, He had the opportunity to tie the game thanks to a penalty in the time of discount, but marched to the launch in 98 ‘. According to the player himself denounced in his social networks, that failure is the reason he is being threatened. Toni Martínez, Famalicão striker, reported Monday on his Twitter profile that he is receiving threats after last Sunday’s game against Paços de Ferreira, in which a penalty failed.
Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Harden scores 44 points, Rockets beat Wolves P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC View comments 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 LATEST STORIES Alapag and the rest of Alab Pilipinas are only three wins away from the ABL title, which is what they’ve been working so hard for.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames READ: Alab Pilipinas sweep Hong Kong, make ABL FinalsAlapag, though, have no complaints as he cherishes these moments to bond with his young son.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown“Unfortunately, he was only able to see my last year playing. So now, to have him and my other two kids be able to go along this journey and see their dad coaching, it means a lot,” he said.Alapag truly treasures every chance he gets to be with his son, so much so that they emerged on the court for Game 2 wearing the same outfit: a white sleeved shirt and khaki pants. Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast MOST READ Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ “My kids are everything to me and for them to be able to around the guys and be able to understand what athletes do, whether he gets any interest in sports or not, I know he really enjoys being around the team,” he said. “It’s just a great experience for him to be around the guys and the guys enjoy having him around. He’s just invested in how the team is doing.”It’s not easy to be a coach and a father but Alapag said juggling responsibilities keeps him on top of his game.“When I played, I used to take losses really hard. When I didn’t have kids, you go home, you’re by yourself, and you think about the game,” he said.“Now that I’m not playing, there’s a lot of stress that goes into coaching, but the best part is now I have my family. Now I have my kids, and as stressed out as I might be, I still get to come home and change my son’s diaper, my daughter wants milk at 3 a.m. and I got to make her milk. It’s a great balance. My family is everything and I’m thankful to have them to have them with me.”Despite having sleepless nights, Alapag reiterated that “I wouldn’t have it another way.”ADVERTISEMENT In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Photo by Randolph B. LeongsonSTA. ROSA — Work never ends for Jimmy Alapag.After steering San Miguel Alab Pilipinas to the 2018 ASEAN Basketball League Finals with a 79-72 Game 2 victory over Hong Kong Eastern, the legendary guard had to quickly tend to his sleepy son Ian, whom he had to cradle to sleep during the post-game press conference.ADVERTISEMENT ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information.
The president and chief executive officer (CEO) of the Morweh Energy Group, Incorporated, Dr. Christopher Z. Neyor, has on behalf of the entity’s partners and friends, written a letter of commendation to President Barrack Obama of the United States of America, for committing his government to the ongoing fight against the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia.“I would like to thank President Barack Obama, the government and people of the United States of America for their great humanity in coming to the rescue of West Africa, especially Liberia, to contain the deadly Ebola epidemic that is ravaging our land and people,” Mr. Neyor said in his letter dated September 17, addressed to President Obama at the White House.Over the course of the week, President Obama has come up with a massive response of 3000 troops, US$500 million, and the further appointment of an Ebola Czar. Neyor said that was indeed the kind of robust intervention required to contain this killer virus.Mr. Neyor, a onetime president of the National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL) and now a senatorial candidate for Montserrado County, is also the CEO of the Morweh Energy Group based in Monrovia.Speaking on behalf of his company, he said he believed that no other nation on earth has the military or civilian resources and capability as the United States to undertake the level of intervention President Obama has committed the US to do for Liberia. In his dispatch, Mr. Neyor said deployment of the US military intervention through the US Army Corp of Engineers was commendable, “because we advocated for this in 2006 for restoration of power in post conflict Liberia.”“We are delighted that it is working this time with a more profound intervention of saving lives.”“By this outstanding humanitarian gesture,” he said, “the United States has again shown the world the great compassion of the American people. Real global power is not bullying weaker countries, but utilizing your power to go to distant lands to save the oppressed and the dying where there are no ulterior motives.”According to Mr. Neyor, by naming Liberia as the control center of the American response, President Obama has taken into account and elevated to a new level the nearly two centuries of US-Liberia relations, starting in 1816 with formation of the American Colonization Society (ACS).Liberians, both at home and abroad, especially those in the United States, are appreciative and remain grateful to the United States for rescuing our homeland once again, this time from the deadly Ebola menace. At the same time, Dr. Neyor has expressed thanks and gratitude to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for putting the request to President Obama. Neyor called on the government to not to leave everything to the Americans, but to improve on those things we can ourselves do to save the lives of our dying people.“With this massive assistance, we can now be reassured that Ebola will be kicked out of Liberia and West Africa. Let us all continue and intensify our individual and collective awareness and preventive initiatives.“Let all our citizens continue to take all the prescribed measures to remain Ebola free,” the Neyor’s letter concluded.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
By: Simeon S. WiakantyThe Rock Hill Community Youth Initiative on October 7 climaxed a one-day peace tournament aimed at promoting peace during and after the elections and bringing young people together, especially first-time voters.The Peace Tournament was a series of engagements initiated by the young inspiring leaders in the Rock Hill Community in collaboration with the community youth leadership.The tournament brought together young people from diverse background, including community leaders in the Rock Hill community in Paynesville, outside Monrovia. The Rock Hill community was divided into four blocks: Block A and B played against Block C and D.At the end of the tournament, Block A&B walked away with LD$2,600, while block C&D finished in the second place with LD$2,000.Speaking at the opening of the tournament, Patricia Sonah, a volunteer at NYMOTEE, encouraged participating teams to maintain peace among every youth in the community, adding that every young Liberian must be an agent of peace in their respective community.‘‘We can be more united in our ideas than to be divided and have differences that we cannot move ahead as a country,” she said.The youth volunteer also called on Liberians to remain civil as preliminary results are still being announced by the National Elections Commission.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Commissioner of Police, Leslie James has warned against the practice of leaving derelicts along the roadways, noting that anyone found guilty of such practice will be dealt with severely.Dead: Reoul Drepaul SaulHe was at the time addressing ranks and officials attached to E Division (Linden- Kwakwani) at an Inspection and Promotion ceremony held in Linden on Friday. The Police Commissioner’s call also comes in light of a recent fatal accident which claimed the life of 20-year-old Reoul Drepaul Saul. Saul crashed into an old refrigerator, which was discarded on the public road at Number 59 Village, New Amsterdam, Berbice. His 18-year-old girlfriend also sustained injuries in the accident. Addressing E Division Traffic Inspector Shawn Massay, James urged that serious attention be placed along the Linden-Soesdyke highway to ensure that such practices do not occur. “Some accidents are occurring on the highway, as you know, as a result of vehicles that are parked. It is brought to my attention too, not necessarily in E Division, but we need to look at it. Persons are leaving derelict on roadways. As you would have seen, a few days ago a young man lost his life having struck some derelict left on the roadway…”, the Police Commissioner pointed out. He added that he has been informed that persons are deliberately placing items along the roadways.“…The report I’m getting is that people are deliberately leaving those things on the roadway and then in the homes somewhere they’re waiting to hear the ‘bang’… Anybody that is found guilty of such action will be dealt with severely. Anybody that we find doing such a thing will be dealt with severely. This is total foolishness”, James reiterated. James further asked that the Traffic Inspector organise with staff to conduct constant patrols along the highway. He noted that they must also ensure that vehicles which are left unattended are equipped with proper reflective materials. The Police Commissioner also pointed to a tendency of speeding along the highway. “Smooth, straight-road speeding is almost inevitable…so, I would like you to delegate to your staff so that they can patrol the highway properly,” he instructed.
WBD plane crash.Days after a Cessna 182 aircraft with registration number N8704T crashed at Canal Number Two Polder, West Bank Demerara, the pilot, Lincoln Gomez, who is recuperating from his injuries stated that he declared an emergency as the aircraft descended to 2000 feet.As the plane continued to descend, he noted that it was a full moon and the clouds covered the sky thus making visibility difficult.In a post on social media, the pilot recalled the horrific accident that occurred on the evening of February 18. He explained that on the day in question, plans were already made for him to fly to Paramakatoi from Ogle to take building materials for Monkey Mountain.Lincoln Gomez after he was discharged from the hospitalHe noted that as he was on his way to the Ogle Airport from Georgetown in a taxi, a member of the church received a telephone call from one of his colleagues instructing him to fly to Arau instead. At that time, he was told that he had to pick up a patient who was involved in an accident.“I made up my mind to fuel the aeroplane and fly to Arau instead of Paramakatoi. A few minutes later, we received the sad news that our fellow missionary from the US who was involved in the accident, died. I just could not believe the news. It was so shocking,” he added.He, however, decided to continue his journey to Paramakatoi after fuelling and loading the plane.“I landed there (Paramakaroi) after noon and spent some time there. Eighteen minutes after taking off from there I received news from the control tower that I should fly to Kaikan, pick up a policeman, and continue to Arau to pick up the corpse and fly it to Georgetown. So I diverted my flight and soared to 8500 to Mean Sea Level (MSL) to fly to Kaikan”.An injured Gomez upon arrival in the city after the accidentOn his way to Kaikan, he again received instructions to make another diversion to pick up someone to take to Kaikan.After following orders, he flew to Arau and about a minute after he landed, the corpse arrived at the airstrip.“I was told that Police would arrive “just now”. I waited for more than an hour, I guess, for the policemen to arrive. Finally, they arrived and one of them was to fly with me as an escort to accompany the corpse” Gomez stated.At that time, the pilot recalled, he told them it was late and that he would fly to Paruima and spend the night there but as he entered that aircraft, the corpse had already created a stench so he decided to fly to Georgetown. He thought that more delays would result in the corpse decaying.“I had already measured the fuel in the plane and had enough to fly to town according to the fuel burn measuring instrument and calculations.”They took off for Ogle but after some time, he requested from the control tower if he could fly Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) and after getting the confirmation, he agreed, not knowing the implications.In clarifying the Instrument Flight Rules (IFR), a source explained that after visibility becomes impossible, the pilot can request to switch to IFR where the plane is now navigated by instruments.Nevertheless, Gomez stated “at some point, I was asked to descend to 2000 from 7000ft MSL. So I descended. I looked at the fuel indicator from time to time as usual and it was getting lower but I trusted that I had enough knowing how much the indicator usually indicates fuel burn”.He noted that they had already crossed the Essequibo River when the engine began to idle. He recalled that the place was dark and he attempted to troubleshoot an engine failure.He attempted to troubleshoot an engine failure but nothing worked hence, he immediately declared an emergency. During this time, he recalled the policeman who was later identified as Mark Grimmond panicked.“I did not want to be distracted by him. As I was busy reporting our position… the aeroplane touched the trees and I lost consciousness”.When he regained consciousness, he was outside of the plane. He was pulled from the wreckage by the policeman who also made sure that other items from the aircraft were taken out along with the corpse from Arau.“All I could have done was to maintain glide speed until touchdown,” the pilot added while noting that Grimmond was able to make calls using his mobile phone and handle the flares.After some time, he related, an aeroplane and a helicopter flew over the location. “They were able to spot us with the help of flares and other means.About four hours after we went down, the soldiers rescued us by land and we were able to walk slowly through the jungle for about an hour to the helicopter. Afterwards, we were flown to Army base and then driven to the hospital”, he recalled.
Border shooting… situation unacceptable but will not escalate – President GrangerTen days have gone by and the Guyana Government is still awaiting an official explanation from the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in response to the shooting incident which occurred at Eteringbang, in Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni) on May 30, 2016.President Brigadier David Granger has since labelled the situation as unacceptable; however, he also expressed confidence that it will not escalate into an international conflict.He also indicated that Government, once requested, might consider providing assistance to the Spanish-speaking nation during its time of economic crisis.The Foreign Affairs Ministry had dispatched a Note Verbale to the Venezuelan Foreign Affairs Ministry conveying its gravest concern over the incident and calling on the Venezuelan Government to desist from such provocative and dangerous actions on Guyana’s border.During an interview on the ‘Public Interest’, the Head of State explained that while the situation is unfortunate, it should not be a considered a clash between the two States.“It is localised… It was a local incident and we are not saying that there is no fault but my information is that the rain was falling very heavily and there might have been some misunderstanding with the boat that was taking the officials…,” he stated.Nonetheless, Granger said that matter is still unacceptable. “It is unacceptable in the relation between two States, on a river owned by Guyana for shots to be fired in a hostile manner,” he expressed.Three mining officers of the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) came under fire from the National Bolivarian Armed Forces while travelling in a boat in the Cuyuni River.g officers, nor the captain of the boat were injured in the shooting incident.The officers were carrying out inspections and monitoring gold mining camps in the Cuyuni area when the Venezuelan soldiers opened fire on them. They were forced to seek cover by lying flat in the boat as the captain sought to get the attention of the Venezuelan troops with whom he is said to be familiar with.After recognising the captain, the Venezuelan troops ceased fire and asked the GGCM official to identify themselves before they were allowed to proceed.According to reports however, the Venezuelan soldiers opened fire at the vessel because they suspected it was carrying smuggled fuel and other contraband.This is not the first time there has been tension at the Guyana/Venezuela border.In September last year, the Venezuelan military dispatched heavily armed troops as well as a gunboat and other heavy artillery to the Cuyuni area. Then in December, a Venezuelan helicopter landed at the Kaikan Airstrip, in Region Seven.Relations between Guyana and Venezuela have been tense over the past few months after the Bolivarian Republic continues to lay claim over two thirds of Guyana’s territory, even though an 1899 Arbitration panel awarded the disputed Essequibo region to Guyana.In February 1966, just before Guyana was granted Independence, in Geneva, Switzerland, the Governments of British Guiana, the United Kingdom and Venezuela signed an agreement to resolve its contentions, but Venezuela has sporadically raised the controversy it created.The controversy was reignited by Venezuela when the Government of Guyana granted access to the US-based oil exploration company ExxonMobil, allowing it to drill for oil in the Stabroek block offshore Essequibo.The Venezuelan Government was peeved at this move and made direct contact with the oil company, urging it to discontinue its attempt to carry out drilling activities in the area. Saying it had no part in the territorial issue, the oil company went ahead with its drilling activity.Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro later issued a decree on May 26, 2015, which purported to ratify maritime sovereignty over waters within 200 miles including the entire Atlantic Ocean off the Essequibo Coast as well as part of Suriname’s maritime territory and an area which is under dispute with Colombia.Guyana has been seeking the United Nations’ (UN) help in resolving the issue and has sought a juridical settlement if the UN process fails.Meanwhile, when prompted on Government’s posture towards helping Venezuela during its troubling times, the President conceded that he has not contemplated the possibility.However, he said if a request was made, his Administration will give it consideration. “Venezuela has not made a request to us and I am sure if they needed assistance and they asked for our help, we would consider it. But we must not exaggerate, we don’t know the exact situation in that country. We know about newspaper reports, there are some shortages but the Venezuelan economy is not on the point of collapse.There are some shortages because of the inability to buy goods on the world market, particularly household goods, food stuff and so on. But the country is not on the brink of collapse you know,” he stated.
TORRANCE, Calif. (AP) – The body of a U.S. soldier found in the Euphrates River in Iraq was identified Wednesday as a Torrance man who was abducted with two comrades a week and a half ago, according to his aunt. Military officials visited the home of Pfc. Joseph Anzack Jr. and told his family that a commanding officer identified the body. “They told us we’re sorry to inform you the body we found has been identified as Joe,” said Debbie Anzack, choking back tears. “I’m in disbelief.” Anzack, 20, was one of three soldiers who vanished after their combat team was ambushed May 12 about 20 miles outside of Baghdad. Five others, including an Iraqi, were killed in the ambush, subsequently claimed by al-Qaida. Thousands of U.S. and Iraqi forces searched desert, lush farmland and even sewage-tainted irrigation ditches for more than a week in temperatures that reached 110-degrees. Another body was found near Anzack’s, his aunt said after the briefing from military officials. Anzack’s family had held out hope for the past 11 days. They had already endured an earlier rumor that he was dead – only to learn he was alive. About a month ago, messages on the MySpace Web site said the Army gunner had died. South High School, where he had been a high school football star, posted a message on the school’s marquee reading: “In Loving Memory Joseph Anzack Class of 2005.” His father, Joseph Anzack, called the Red Cross about the rumors, and military commanders were able to get his son to a phone where he confirmed he was alive and well. Anzack was a private first class in Company D, 4th Battalion, 31st Infantry Regiment of the 10th Mountain Division’s 2nd Brigade combat team. In Torrance, a modest suburb of about 150,000 residents 20 miles southwest of downtown Los Angeles, neighbors and friends stood by Wednesday waiting for word of Anzack’s fate. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
SEX ASSAULT: Man believed to have taped girl’s molestation last lived in Nevada city. By Tom Gardner THE ASSOCIATED PRESS RENO, Nev. – The search for the suspect in the videotaped sexual assault of a little girl was shifted Saturday from a rural county to Las Vegas, where the man was last known to live and where it’s believed the chilling tape was made. Chester “Chet” Arthur Stiles was referred to Friday as a suspect as the FBI and Nye County investigators concluded that he was the man seen on the tape molesting a 3-year-old girl. The girl, who is now 7, was found safe in Las Vegas with her mother, who was unaware of the assault, Nye County sheriff’s Detective David Boruchowitz said Friday in Pahrump. Stiles, 34, has lived in Pahrump, 50 miles west of Las Vegas, but his most recent address was in Las Vegas, and that is where he was last seen, two weeks ago, Boruchowitz said at a news conference Friday night. Las Vegas Metro Police gave little information about the investigation Saturday. Stiles also is wanted on an unrelated state warrant issued last year charging lewdness with a minor under 14 years of age and on a federal fugitive warrant. Nye County District Attorney Bob Beckett said Friday that a Las Vegas attorney reported he had been told by a client that Stiles was a knife-packing survivalist who vowed that police would never catch him alive. Nye County Sheriff Tony DeMeo said Stiles was a registered sex offender, but he did not provide details. Las Vegas police have said Stiles had a string of arrests dating to 1999 on several charges, including assault, battery, resisting a police officer, auto theft, leaving the scene of an accident and contempt of court. He was convicted in 1999 of carrying a concealed weapon and in 2001 of conspiracy to commit grand larceny, according to Clark County District Court records. The little girl’s mother knew nothing about the case or her daughter’s involvement until somebody told her they had seen the child on television, Boruchowitz said. “It was very sad for her to find this out.” The girl was located after authorities on Friday released information they would not normally disclose in order to get tips from the public, including a picture, DeMeo said. The widespread media attention led someone to call the girl’s mother, who contacted police, authorities said. Authorities said the videotape was made at a Las Vegas residence that did not belong to the girl’s family, though her mother recognized furniture seen in still images of the tape. She also recognized Stiles in a photo released by police. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
DONEGAL Sinn Fein TD Deputy Pearse Doherty today published his entire expenses, saying every other politician in Dail Eireann should do the same.Deputy Doherty takes home the average industrial salary of around €540 per week and uses money left from his salary to employ two workers in his constituency.He has vouched for every euro in expenses and also lists how he used local companies to set up his office after being elected a TD. He even bought second hand furniture on donedeal.ie. Below is his full expenses and accompanying statement released to donegaldaily.com today. It will be published on his own website pearsedoherty.ie later.Previously I gave a commitment to publish the amount of money that I receive from the Oireachtas. Today I live up to that pledge by posting here my accounts for 2011. Some of you will remember that within 100 days off been elected as a TD I produced legislation which if passed would see the amount of money paid to TDs, Senators, minister and ministers of state along with other office holders substantially reduced. That bill is still on the order paper of the Dáil however the government refuse to implement it.It is my belief that all TDs and Senators should be open with the public as to how much money we receive from the state and for what. From time to time headline figures appear in the media after the media are forced to go through a lengthy and not cost free, freedom of information process. Why should the media or any citizen be forced to do this, what have TDs and other Oireachtas members got to hide? I am glad that Pádraig Mac Lochlainn is in an advanced stage of prepare his accounts for publication and I challenge all Donegal TDs to follow my lead and publish their accounts.Only a portion of the money that we receive as a TDs is vouched. (i.e. we need to have receipts for it, but only 10% of TDs per year will ever have to produce the receipt as only 10% are asked for them based on a lottery system.) This vouched expenditure is primarily to run your constituency offices, host clinics and for advertising purposes. The other payments that TDs get are your wages over €92,000 per year which you can do what you want with them and the other payment is for travel, subsistence and accommodation purposes which are not vouched, however if you attend the Dáil less than 120 times in a full year then this payment will be reduced. The other payment is for new TDs and is a one of payment of up to €8,000 to fit out a constituency office or offices and is fully vouched. Bellow I have set out a number of tables which detail my income and expenditure for 2011.The first shows the income I have received from the Oireachtas from my wages and from the travel an accommodation payment for the first 6 months of 2011 it also shows how I spent that money.The second table details the same type of income and expenditure as the first table for the last 6 months of 2011.You will see from these tables that I personally do not keep all of the wages and expenses that is paid to me. Sinn Fein policy states that our elected representatives will only take home the average industrial wage. So therefore I receive a payment from this account equivalent to the net average industrial wage.You will also see that the remainder of the funds in the account after my wage and my real expenses are deducted is spent on part time staff wages. This is to individuals that I have personally employed in my constituency offices and pay taxes on their behalf.One of the people that I employ part time was not in paid employment by me for a portion of the second half of 2011 therefore resulting in lower staff wages costs during that half. The third table details the vouchable payments that I received and the areas where it was spent.The forth table details the once of grant that I availed of to set up two constituency offices this is fully vouched and requires you to produce invoices and receipts prior to payment.The type of work that was required to be done in both offices required plumbing, electrical, plastering and carpentry work all of this was done voluntary and most of the expenditure was on materials for these purposes. You will also see that office furniture was bought second hand from done deal. Both of my constituency offices are privately rented.I EXPENDITURE JAN -JUNE 2011INCOME JAN -JUNE 2011 from OireachtasPearse wages€14,820.00WagesTravel & AccomodationStaff wages (Part time)€12,237.45Travel€5,596.73Jan€4,173.49€3,072.10Accomodation & Sub€5,602.85Feb€3,366.11€423.74I T €107.80March€4,667.74€2,966.17bank charges€97.48April€4,245.59€2,966.17Donation€100.00May€3,970.08€2,966.17Returned to oireachtas€845.05June€3,970.08€2,966.17Freedom of info€40.00€24,393.09€15,360.52TOTAL€39,447.36 TOTAL€39,753.61EXPENDITURE JULY – DEC 2011INCOME JULY – DEC 2011 from OireachtasPearse wages€14,250.00WagesTravel & AccomodationStaff wages (Part time)€11,773.79Travel€5,676.94July€3,970.08€2,966.17Accomodation & Sub€7,402.79Aug€3,970.08€2,966.17I T €50.10Sept€3,970.08€2,966.17bank chargesOct€3,970.08€2,966.17Donation€250.00Nov€3,970.08€2,966.17Returned to oireachtasDec€3,970.08€2,966.17Freedom of info€23,820.48€17,797.02TOTAL€39,403.62 TOTAL€41,617.50VOUCHED EXPENDITUREVOUCHED INCOME from Oireachtas O2 Mobile Phone €1,514.88March€2,447.62 Eircom (office x 2) €3,812.08April€2,141.68 Esb (office x 2) €1,008.62May€2,141.68 Rent (office x 2) €7,000.00June€2,141.68 Cleaner (office) €715.02July€2,141.68 Ads €2,689.40Aug€2,141.68 Room Hire €176.20Sept€2,141.68 IT (equip for office) €3,306.35Oct€2,141.68 Heating (office) €600.04Nov€2,141.68 Misc €497.69 Dec€2,141.68 Waste (office) €454.00TOTAL€21,722.74TOTAL€21,774.28ONCE OFF OFFICES SET UP COSTS X 2ONCE OFF OFFICE SET UP EXPENDITUREINCOMEItemSupplierAmount€7,915.90ComputerCyberworld€415.00ElectricalCable & Accessories Ireland€164.37HardwareGlenside Buisness Park€146.00HardwareGlenside Buisness Park€46.30PlumbingThe Cope€2,368.46PaintingFoys€142.20SignsSignworx€181.50SignsSignworx€70.94HardwareÓ Dochartaigh DIY€104.10HardwareÓ Dochartaigh DIY€27.50HardwareÓ Dochartaigh DIY€1,148.22PaintingDanny Doogan€215.35carpetsKellys€645.00BlindsForker’s Smart Blinds€350.00BlindsForker’s Smart Blinds€220.00ElectricalMc Cabe Electrical Ltd€335.96Furniturevia Done Deal€900.00carpetsKellys€40.00FurnitureDawson Hinds Furniture OFC LTD€395.00 TOTAL€7,915.90TD DOHERTY CHALLENGES ‘OVERPAID’ POLITICIANS AS HE PUBLISHES EXPENSES was last modified: January 19th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:expensespearse dSinn FeinTD