Strike halts racing

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first_img With the CTL chairman Chris Brown off the island, it is understood that Azar has been asked by the finance minister to intervene with a view of finding a solution in short order. A CTL source said it will cost the company $28 million to sign off on the deal. Efforts to contact CEO Stewart proved futile as calls to his mobile phone went to voicemail. Meanwhile, the workers were adamant that they would stay off the job until the issue is resolved. This was the position coming out of a meeting yesterday afternoon between Ennis and more than 50 members of staff in the grandstand at Caymanas Park. They shouted ‘No racing! No racing!’ in the presence of Azar on the conclusion of the meeting at 4 p.m. The 10-race programme scheduled for Caymanas Park yesterday had to be abandoned following strike action by unionised workers of Caymanas Track Limited (CTL). The workers claimed that the action was taken because of the failure of the promoting company to sign off on phase two of a reclassification exercise. More than 150 workers represented by the Union of Technical, Administrative and Supervisory Personnel (UTASP) took industrial action minutes after 5 p.m. on Thursday. Normality returned on Friday, but following a lengthy meeting between UTASP general secretary St Patrice Ennis and the management of CTL, the workers resumed their protest. A second meeting with the CTL management late into Friday night failed to resolve the issue. This not only resulted in yesterday’s shutdown, but the February 10 holiday meet, featuring the Ash Wednesday Trophy, also hangs in the balance unless there is a breakthrough by Monday, noted CTL’s racing secretary Denzil Miller Jr. According to Ennis, the workers representing all categories were asked to hold strain last November to ensure that the two major races on the calendar, the November 14 Superstakes and the inaugural staging of the rich Diamond Mile on December 5, were run. “But we waited more than six weeks after for a response from CTL and had to force their hand by taking industrial action on Thursday. “Following the back-to-back meetings on the nights of Thursday and Friday, it came down to CTL signing off on the agreement on benefits to the workers, but were told that neither Cedric Stewart, chief executive officer (CEO) of CTL, nor the company’s human resource manager, Tanya Wilson, both of whom were present (along with CTL’s deputy chairman Andrew Azar) had the authority to sign the document on behalf of the board,” explained Ennis. FIND A SOLUTIONlast_img read more

Lady Eagles dump Lady Warriors for 3rd straight win

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first_imgEugenie Bouchard’s bid for Australian Open spot ends in qualifying Donovan Mitchell has career-high 46 to lead Jazz past Bucks Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES Rogue cops marked as Gamboa’s targets in his appointment as PNP chief Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra Tolentino eventually finished with 13 points while Maddie Madayag added 11.Judith Abil put up 14 points for the Lady Warriors.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title MOST READ Ateneo Lady Eagles. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netMANILA, Philippines—Ateneo cruised past University of the East in three sets, 25-15, 25-21, 25-16, for its third straight win in the UAAP Season 81 women’s volleyball tournament Sunday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.The Lady Eagles are now tied with La Salle and University of the Philippines atop the standings with similar 3-1 records while the Lady Warriors fell to 1-3.ADVERTISEMENTcenter_img Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil 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 Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title UE was still in the game in the early parts of the third exchanging blows with the Lady Eagles for the 11-11 tie until the Lady Champions decided that they’ve had enough and went on a 12-2 burst to take the 23-13 lead after Mary Ann Mendrez’ attack error.Kat Tolentino then put the Lady Eagles at the 24-15 match point right before Bea De Leon skied in for the nasty quick kill that ended everything.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubs“They worked hard for this one and the while week we prepared for this game,” said Ateneo head coach. “They really worked hard, they sacrificed a lot.”“We will not stop here, we will use this as a stepping stone for us to have a brighter future and for us to have a good outcome in the next games.” View commentslast_img read more

No future for sugar in Guyana under APNU/AFC

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first_imgDear Editor,Just before the May 2015 General Election, I warned that the Granger-led A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) had a sinister plan to close the sugar industry (SUGAR) in Guyana. David Granger and Moses Nagamootoo vehemently denied any plans to close SUGAR. In their four years in Government, they have downsized SUGAR by more than 50 per cent, as a first step towards the goal to close SUGAR. As a General Election looms again in Guyana, I again repeat my warning: APNU/AFC is determined to end SUGAR in Guyana.APNU/AFC is deliberately mismanaging GuySuCo, engineering its excuse to close SUGAR. While three sugar estates continue to operate, APNU/AFC is keen on finding an excuse to also close these estates. For more than 300 years, SUGAR was the most important industry in Guyana. The potential for SUGAR being an important industry for many decades more in Guyana still exists. It is foolhardy and reckless for anyone to give up on SUGAR. APNU/AFC wants to end SUGAR in Guyana for political reasons, resulting from their anti-Jagan, anti-People’s Progressive Party (PPP) obsession. But while spiteful and petty, closure of SUGAR in Guyana, with downsizing as a first step, has horrendous consequences, with the Guyanese people being collateral damage.For example, the starting of SUGAR closure, at the end of 2015, precipitated an unemployment problem. Four years into the APNU/AFC term in office, Guyana is mired in an unemployment crisis, a crisis that started in 2015 and crescendoed in 2016 by the closure of the first of the four sugar estates that are now closed. The total closure of SUGAR, if the Guyanese people allow APNU/AFC to achieve this goal, will mean that the unemployment crisis will be sustained for generations to come. OIL will not be able to rescue us.Even as RUSAL is threatening to close operations in Guyana, causing a loss of another 500 jobs, GuySuCo, still the largest single employer in Guyana, is bleeding from deliberate mismanagement, facing a precarious future. The last four years have not been good news for GuySuCo and for employment in Guyana. More than 37,000 jobs have been lost, according to conservative estimates, with SUGAR accounting for more than 7000 direct jobs and many thousands more indirectly. With the uncertainty of elections, a constitutional crisis after March 21 and possibly an illegal government by then, business activities have dropped by as much as 50 per cent, with hundreds being laid off.Meanwhile, Guyanese are dismayed at the sustained ugly disinterest APNU/AFC has shown towards GuySuCo. This deliberate disinterest by the Government and, particularly, by the Minister of Agriculture, has contributed to the overall mismanagement and incompetence in the operations of GuySuCo. Even as the operating estates are bleeding for more machinery, such as tractors and excavators, etc, Special Purpose Unit (SPU)/National Industrial and Commercial Investment Limited (NICIL) is selling off these same machinery, already owned by GuySuCo, from the closed estates. This is not incompetence and mismanagement, it is deliberate suffocation. The reported theft of significant amounts of sugar produced at the Uitvlugt Sugar Estate, far from being an isolated case, is symptomatic of every day, niggling and serious problems impacting the industry. These mounting problems will continue as disinterest sickens the industry.While insisting the treasury will not invest in GuySuCo, APNU/AFC, curiously, allowed SPU/NICIL to borrow $30 billion on behalf of GuySuCo. No one knows where the money is and what the SPU has done with the money. In the midst of suspicion and anger about the whereabouts of the money and what it is being used for, GuySuCo continues to claim it has not benefited from any serious influx of funding from the $30 billion. Several weeks ago, the Leader of the Opposition had to ask publicly for an explanation and the whereabouts of the $30 billion. I have continued to ask for more than a year now the same question – where is the $30 billion?The President has ignored these questions. APNU/AFC behaves as if it is no one’s business to ask. The Minister of Agriculture has made clear he has no idea where the money is, why the loan was taken and by whom and emphatically pronounced he does not want to know. Ignoring the queries from the workers, from the trade unions and from the management of GuySuCo is inexcusable, but behaving as if citizens have no right to know the whereabouts of one of the biggest single loans ever in Guyanese history is political malfeasance and corruption at the highest level.Just this week, GuySuCo’s management, out of utter frustration, berated the relationship with the SPU/NICIL, particularly with the SPU Head, who is also now the acting head of NICIL. This same man, about a year ago, announced and published a whole-page advertisement that there was a new GuySuCo Board to replace the Clive Thomas-led, Cabinet-appointed Board. The Ministry of the Presidency was forced to disown the SPU-appointed Board. It took the Cabinet almost a year after that to itself appoint a new Board. Cabinet announced it would clarify who was in charge – the Agriculture Ministry or SPU/NICIL. Nothing has happened. Such risible behaviour makes a mockery of one of the largest industries in Guyana, unless it is a deliberate strategy to end SUGAR.The treatment of GuySuCo by the SPU/NICIL, the disinterest in GuySuCo by the Government, in fact, reflect the long-standing strategy of the People’s National Congress (PNC) to end SUGAR in Guyana. It said so in 2014 and now in Government for four years, APNU/AFC has done everything to end SUGAR. Just like the Government’s deliberate strategy towards a constitutional crisis in its management of the elections timeline, the Government’s seeming disinterest is a deliberate strategy to end SUGAR. Clearly, APNU/AFC appears to have engineered an economic strategy in which OIL is the new economic pillar and that Guyana’s economy will be an OIL economy. There is no future for SUGAR under APNU/AFC.Sincerely,Dr Leslie Ramsammylast_img read more

Can Liberia take Points from Djibouti?

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first_imgThe Djibouti national football team Shore men of the Red Sea, will today, Thursday, March 24 hosts Lone Star in Djibouti City at 1pm in the Group A qualifying in the 2017 African Cup of Nations.Djibouti is the underdog of Group A with zero point out of two games, while Liberia has three points as well as Tunisia, from two games, and sits third on the log on goals difference. Togo heads the Group with six points.Head coach, James Salinsa Debbah has expressed faith of winning the two-tier encounters. The return leg is on Tuesday, March 29 in Monrovia. But can Liberia actually take points against Djibouti?Prior to the team’s departure, Coach Debbah told journalists that his side has been challenged to show their mettle against Djibouti.“In football anything can happen, but I’m a believer that Liberia can top the Zone after this round,” Coach Debbah said.Liberia will be playing a 4-4-2 pattern, with William Jebor (SD Ponferradina, Spain) and Patrick Wleh (FC Selangor, Malaysia) as strikers.South African based Anthony Laffor (Mamelodi Sundowns) will be on left wing; Malaysian league former most valuable player Zah Krangar will play the right wing whereas Sam Johnson (Djurgarden IF, Sweden) and Theo Weeks (Ermis Aradippou, Cyrpus) will control the middle.Cyprus based defender Solomon Grimes (Nea Salamina FC) is still at the right back, and recalled Gizzie Dorbor from Napoel Afula, Israel will play left back, and Teah Dennis (Al Ahli) and Omega Roberts (Donji Srem, Serbia) will play central defense interchangeably.Deputy Coach Kelvins Sebwe said Thursday’s impending victory against Djibouti would serve as indicator for Liberia’s motivation to win her return leg in Monrovia.Liberia suffered 2-1 defeat in Lome, Togo in the opener, but rotated their sorrow by whipping Tunisia at home 1-0. Togo claimed top spot when she also dragged Djibouti 2-0. Tunisia convincingly whacked Djibouti 8-1 before bowing to Liberia.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Southgate salutes Rooney after England retirement

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first_img0Shares0000Wayne Rooney scored 53 goals in 119 appearances for England © AFP/File / Ben StansallLONDON, United Kingdom, Aug 24 – England manager Gareth Southgate has paid tribute to Wayne Rooney’s “fantastic career” after the Everton forward retired from international duty.Rooney announced on Wednesday that he was bringing down the curtain on his England era after scoring 53 goals in 119 appearances. Southgate had called Rooney to offer him a place in the England squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Malta and Slovakia in September.But instead former Manchester United star Rooney told Southgate he wanted to concentrate on club football following his close-season move back to Everton.“I know I speak for everyone when I congratulate him on a fantastic international career,” Southgate told reporters on Thursday.“He said he had been thinking long and hard about the decision and he had decided he was going to announce his international retirement.“We then talked for another half an hour about why I was calling and the possible role I saw him fulfilling because I think as a manager you always want to prod to see ‘has he thought about this decision?’.“He clearly had and I totally understood his reasoning, moving to Everton and the fresh opportunity he has got there.“I thought there was a role that he could play for the squad but by the same token I fully understand his rationale.”Rooney is England’s all-time leading scorer and most capped outfield player, yet some question whether he deserves to be ranked among his country’s all-time greats because of his disappointing performances at major tournaments.England never made it past the quarter-finals of the World Cup or European Championships with Rooney in the side.– ‘Door always open’ –But Southgate, who had begun easing Rooney out of the squad last season, insisted the 31-year-old deserved to be ranked alongside England icons like Bobby Charlton, Bobby Moore and Gary Lineker.“It would be a good moment to recognise what an outstanding player he has been for England,” Southgate said.“I have seen some debate around ‘is he a legend or isn’t he?’.“If you are the most capped outfield player and the record goalscorer I’m not sure what else you have to do to be called a legend.“He has represented his country with incredible pride and has kept coming back even when there has been a lot of criticism towards him, and his level of performance has been outstanding.”It is a measure of Southgate’s respect for Rooney that he even left the door open for a possible return to the England squad if he changes his mind about retiring in the future.“I said the door was always open and because of the way he has been playing at the beginning of the season he is in the right frame of mind, that’s why I made the call this time,” he said.“I don’t see why you ever shut the door on anything as players.”Southgate also said he would be willing to bring Rooney into the England set-up if he wants to go into coaching once he hangs up his boots for good.“He’s been a pleasure to work with and I am sure at some point in the future there could be some involvement with England,” he added.“I think generally we’re trying to engage former England players more than we have done in the past. Help them along their coaching pathway if that’s the way they want to go.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Exclusive – Sanchez and Welbeck forming ‘formidable’ partnership, claims former Arsenal hitman

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first_imgKevin Campbell claims Alexis Sanchez and Danny Welbeck are forming a ‘formidable’ partnership at Arsenal.The Chile World Cup star joined the Gunners from Barcelona during the summer, while Welbeck travelled south from Premier League rivals Manchester United.Sanchez has hit the ground running in north London, with nine goals and three assists to his name already this season, while the ex-Red Devils man has chipped in with five strikes of his own.And Campbell has been impressed by the impact the duo have made on his old club.“Alexis Sanchez is very brave, he’s such a good player and a great finisher,” he told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show. “At Barcelona he was dwarfed by Lionel Messi, Neymar and those sorts of players.“Now he’s coming in to his own at Arsenal. He and Welbeck are forming a formidable partnership at Arsenal.”last_img read more

Shoppers turn out, turned off

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first_imgMany retailers were offering discounts up to 70percent Wednesday in stores and online, said Kathy Grannis, spokeswoman for the National Retail Federation, a retail trade association based in Washington, D.C. “This week is crucial for many retailers who weren’t able to attract the consumer in the earlier weeks with their discounts and promotions,” Grannis said. So far, holiday spending this year rose just 3.6percent over last year – the weakest growth in four years, according to a MasterCard SpendingPulse report released Tuesday. The analysis measures consumer spending from Nov. 23 to Dec. 24 with 300million MasterCard users, including checks and cash. Spending was slightly more frugal between Thanksgiving and Christmas this year than the 4percent increase predicted in the fall by the National Retail Federation. The average holiday-spending percentage increase over the past decade is about 4.7percent. In comparison, sales rose 6.6percent over the same time period in 2006 with consumers spending $456billion on gifts, according to the federation. The sluggish sales this holiday season reflect the slow, modest economic growth seen throughout the year, said Michael McNamara, vice president for MasterCard Advisors. McNamara said industry observers had low expectations for this season’s spending. “Anyone who was looking for this holiday season to kick-start a new wave of growth would find these numbers falling short of expectation,” said McNamara. At the same time, investors growing weary and pessimistic about the holiday shopping season sent some retailers’ stocks falling Wednesday. Macy’s Inc.’s shares dropped more than 4.5percent in the afternoon as the International Council of Shopping Centers sales at stores open at least a year during the November-December period are coming in just below already slim projections for a 2.5percent gain. Still, parking lots at local malls Wednesday were tightly packed with cars, much as they were during the hectic shopping days just before Christmas. Looking for nothing in particular at the stores, Romy Sperling meandered around to take advantage of promising sales. The Canoga Park woman was elated to find a $100 suede jacket on sale for $30 at a store in West Hills. She snapped it up immediately as a gift for her husband’s birthday. “I knew there would be good sales and found some,” said Sperling with a grin. On the lookout for marked-down holiday decorations, Louise Schuler, 68, arrived at Michaels, The Arts & Crafts Store, in West Hills ready to stock up. But only if the price was right. “If there’s something that strikes me, I’ll get it,” said Schuler. “If not, I won’t.” At least $26.3billion was spent this year on gift cards – a 42percent hike from 2005, when $18.5billion was spent, according to the retail federation. And on Wednesday, gleeful gift-card holders were out in full force. Tyler Lee, 18, marched into Best Buy in Canoga Park on Wednesday and spent his whole $75 gift card on speakers for his laptop computer. Scott Jensen, 23, of Sylmar pulled out his gift cards inside J.C. Penney in Northridge for new dress shirts for his job in sports marketing. Ray Kayacan, 22, of Calabasas combined his gift cards to help buy a sparkling new plasma TV. He took the day off work to find the right price. With $100 on a gift card, David Chavez of Canyon Country scoured stores at Northridge Fashion Center for new clothes, but found few items left in his size. Still, he was determined to find something nice for himself. “I thought I’d find more stuff for me,” the 32-year-old said as he put his wife’s shopping bags in the car. “But the racks were sort of bare.” sue.doyle@dailynews.com 818-713-3746160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan ClarksonThe 35-year-old Rodriguez walked out of the Fallbrook Center with some new shoes – but not the new clothes he had hoped to find at rock-bottom prices. Even 13-year-old Jacob Burman was not impressed with Wednesday’s sales. After arriving at Best Buy in Woodland Hills with a $20 gift card, the seventh-grader buzzed around the store for deals on PlayStation 2 games. When he didn’t find the prices he wanted, he left. “They didn’t have enough products out,” the Woodland Hills teenager said as he fiddled with his shiny gift card. “None of the ones I needed were on sale.” Such shrewd consumers could put the squeeze on hopeful retailers looking at the week after Christmas to account for about 15percent of their holiday sales. Slashing prices and opening their doors before dawn, retailers across the country on Wednesday made a last-ditch effort to lure bargain hunters and gift-card recipients for a dazzling post-holiday shopping spree. But retailers faced tough crowds filled with tight-fisted shoppers looking to stretch their hard-earned dollars as far as possible, and analysts were skeptical that retailers’ holiday efforts would significantly boost already soft sales. Many shoppers at San Fernando Valley stores were walking away empty-handed – or with few bags – by midday, and many said the mega-size hype for after-Christmas sales seemed nothing more than hullabaloo. “From what you hear, the sales should be wild. But they’re not,” said David Rodriguez of Canoga Park. “I’m not spending as much as I thought I would.” last_img read more

TRANSFER ALERT! Tottenham plotting sensational summer move for World Cup winner

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first_img Mario Gotze in action for Germany at Euro 2016 Tottenham have joined Borussia Dortmund in the race to sign Mario Gotze, according to reports in Germany.The playmaker was previously linked with a switch to Liverpool earlier this summer after enduring a tough campaign at Bayern Munich.New Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti wants to keep hold of the 24-year-old but it is understood he already has his heart set on a move.Dortmund are keen on re-signing their former star man and Gotze has apparently held talks with representatives from his old club.But, according to Bild, Spurs are prepared to trump any bid Dortmund make this summer, with Mauricio Pochettino eyeing the World Cup winner as his marquee summer signing. 1last_img read more

Eden Hazard has dropped a huge hint he wants to leave Chelsea

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first_img“If he’s a good manager? If he lets me win trophies, yes.“Dries Mertens has told me he’s a good coach. We’ll have to work hard, The Italian way.“But we were used to that with Antonio too.” targets Hazard secured Belgium’s best ever World Cup finish on Saturday Ever since Cristiano Ronaldo confirmed he was signing for Juventus, speculation has been rife as to who the LaLiga side would look to replace him with.And it seems Hazard has thrown his own name into the hat.Speaking to Belgian newspaper HLN, he said: “After 6 wonderful years at Chelsea it might be time to discover something different, certainly after this World Cup.“I can decide if I want to stay or go, but Chelsea will make the final decision – if they want to let me go.“You know my preferred destination.” 2 LATEST Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January The forward arrived in west London from Lille in a £32 million move back in 2012 – immediately after the Blues had won the Champions League.Even though new boss Maurizio Sarri will be looking to shake things up after Antonio Conte’s departure, it seems as though even that may not be enough to convince the 27-year-old to stay.“We knew already for a while that Sarri was going to become the new manager,” he continued. IN DEMAND Latest Transfer News from talkSPORT.com Hazard slots the ball past Jordan Pickford in the England net to make it 2-0 Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland targets The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star RANKED 2 LIVING THE DREAM Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade REVEALED Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti moving on Eden Hazard is ready to leave Chelsea this summer, with Real Madrid his preferred destination.The Belgium captain, who was speaking after his country’s 2-0 win over England, told reporters ‘it might be time to discover something different’.last_img read more

JOHN GALLAGHER AND BROTHER HE IS ACCUSED OF THREATENING TO KILL APPEAR IN SAME COURT

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first_imgA MAN who claims he was threatened with death by his double killer brother sat just yards from him in court today.Donal Gallagher alleges his brother John, who killed Twin Towns mother and daughter Anne and Annie Gillespie in 1988, harassed him and made threats to kill him on May 13 and 14.When John Gallagher appeared today at Strabane court, his brother Donal was also in court on the request of the PSNI. Oliver Roche, a solicitor for John Gallagher, claimed that Gardai had investigated a similar complaint from Donal in Co Donegal and had found the claims to be false.He applied for bail restrictions to be lifted on John Gallagher, saying his client feared new ‘malicious and false’ allegations would be made and that his client could end up in custody as a result.The conditions are that John Gallagher not have contact with his brother Donal and also that he should not film him.Magistrate Liam McNally turned down John Gallagher’s request, keeping them in place until he next appears on July 11.A solicitor for the north’s public prosecution service said claims that Donal Gallagher had made a false complaint in Co Donegal had not been investigated as the PSNI had been unable to make contact with investigating Gardai.Mr Roche said the claims against John Gallagher were not corroborated by any other witness and the case was ‘weak at best.’JOHN GALLAGHER AND BROTHER HE IS ACCUSED OF THREATENING TO KILL APPEAR IN SAME COURT was last modified: June 13th, 2013 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:JOHN GALLAGHER AND BROTHER HE IS ACCUSED OF THREATENING TO KILL APPEAR IN SAME COURTlast_img read more