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Jayson Castro to skip 2019 Fiba World Cup, could be retiring from Gilas for good

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first_imgDon’t miss out on the latest news and information. Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles06:27SEA Games 2019: No surprises as Gilas Pilipinas cruises to basketball gold01:45Explosive Gilas Pilipinas not yet at its best, says Tim Cone00:56Heavy 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 award03:05Malakanyang bilib sa Phivolcs | Chona Yu01:26Homes destroyed after Taal Volcano eruption The veteran point guard said that he is officially begging off from the  2019 Fiba Basketball World Cup duties,  saying he wants to give more time for his family after seven years of playing basketball year round.“I talked to coach Yeng and even the SBP [Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas], of course, boss MVP [Manny V. Pangilinan], and the whole coaching staff, and they know about my situation,” said Castro in Filipino after his club team TNT beat Columbian 109-102 in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup Friday at Cuneta Astrodome.AdChoices广告Ads by TeadsFEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubs“I told them that I want to focus first on my family because it’s been almost seven years that I’ve been playing non-stop basketball.”Castro, who has two children, married long-time partner Lyle Castro on Saturday. Trestle Tan rues poor conditioning in ONE: Shanghai setback Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ Solon urges Solgen to reconsider quo warranto petition vs ABS-CBN 11 nabbed for shabu, drug den busted in Maguindanao Rio’s unsafe Olympic Park ordered closed by Brazilian judge A member of the 2013 team that world the silver medal in the Fiba Asia Championship, Castro’s dedication to the national team earned him two silver medals in the Fiba Asia Championships and also a couple of selections to the All Asia team.“I’ve dedicated myself to the team and whenever I take a break [from the PBA] there I go to Gilas,” said Castro, who joined the seniors’ program in 2012 and briefly retired from international duty in 2016.“I think it’s time to give it to the younger guys because I see that they’re ready.”Asked if he will indeed retire from international capacity, Castro just gave a nod and a short “maybe.”ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES MANILA, Philippines—It could be the end of Jayson Castro’s international career.ADVERTISEMENT Deandre Ayton shines as Suns pound Knicks Olympic rings arrive in host city on barge into Tokyo Bay Steaming fissures on Taal Volcano Island spotted Taal evacuees make the most of ‘unusual’ clothing donations, leaves online users laughing View commentslast_img read more

MEP HARKIN ANGRY AS GOVERNMENT REFUSES DISPOSAL PAYMENT FOR HORSES

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first_imgThe decision by the Minster for Agriculture not to introduce a payment to horse owners for the disposal of surplus animals not permitted into the food chain has been strongly criticised by Independent MEP Marian Harkin.Speaking as she officially opened the Ballinasloe Horse Fair today Sunday, September 29th she said that the decision not to introduce an incentive scheme for the disposal of surplus horses raised serious questions about the Department of Agriculture’s commitment to animal welfare and to Ireland’s image abroad which had been severely damaged internationally by stories based on the ill treatment of horses last winter. She said: “The brand image of Ireland Inc was severely damaged last year by stories which went around the world concerning the treatment of surplus and starving horses. This should have served as a warning to the government that the surplus horse problem needed to be effectively tackled. “However the working group set up by the Department of Agriculture, according to reports, has washed its hands of the problem and instead of implementing a payment to assist in the disposal of surplus animals they have apparently decided to do nothing.“This is sheer dereliction of responsibility by the Minister for Agriculture Mr. Coveney who makes many speeches and allocates €millions to propagate a good image for Ireland’s agricultural output.“If there is no an immediate and effective move by the Department of Agriculture to facilitate the disposal of surplus horses it could again create a situation which will be hugely damaging to our country’s image and to those horsemen and women all over Ireland who have nothing but the best interests of their animals at heart.“On a brighter note what is most heartening in Ireland today is how the voluntary sector fills so many of the gaps left by the failure, or incapacity, of government to serve the needs of citizens. The voluntary effort of volunteers in Ballinalsoe is exemplified in their involvement in the organising and administration of Ireland’s greatest horse fair. “This fair in the early 1800s was described by no less an oracle than the ‘great thunderer’ the London Times as the largest in Europe and the ‘greatest in the British Empire’. Whatever about no longer being a standout in the Empire, Ballinasloe is still a force to be reckoned with. Whether it is in organising this great fair and many other voluntary initiatives or highlighting wrong headed actions by the HSE the people of Ballinasloe are prepared to put in the necessary major voluntary effort.“Volunteering whether it is carers, meals on wheels, the IFA, the Tidy Towns or taking to the streets to make a point, volunteers are at the core of every community. It is volunteers such as you who make this great fair possible, who help to make life bearable in these very difficult times in communities across the country.“It would be no harm if our national politicians recognised the enormous economic value represented by volunteering and I say with no exaggeration that this country would grind to a halt both economically and socially if volunteers were not there to plug so many gaps”, Marian Harkin added. MEP HARKIN ANGRY AS GOVERNMENT REFUSES DISPOSAL PAYMENT FOR HORSES was last modified: September 29th, 2013 by John2Share 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:horse disposalmarian harkinMEPlast_img read more

SICKENING – DOG FOUND WITH BULL WIRE EMBEDDED IN ITS NECK

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first_imgThe dog is tended to by vets after bull wire was found embedded in its neck.An investigation has been launched after a collie dog was found with bull wire embedded in its neck.Animal welfare officers believe the wire may have been used to keep the dog tied to a fence.The dog was found by a member of the public close to a beach in the vicinity of Erraroey, Falcarragh. The local dog warden initially responded to the call and ISPCA Inspector Kevin McGinley was called in to investigate.The length of heavy duty fencing wire which was wrapped around the dog’s neck is believed to have been used to tether the animal.The wire which was embedded in the dog’s neck.The wire had cut into the dog’s flesh leaving a deep open wound when found on Thursday last.The female collie, who is aged approximately 2 to 3 years, is currently being treated in a local veterinary surgery. When fit, she will be taken to the ISPCA’s National Animal Centre to complete her rehabilitation. “This is a very serious injury” commented Inspector McGinley, “but we are confident that she will make a full recovery.“We would appeal for anybody who may have information as to the origin of this dog to contact the ISPCA on 1890 515 515”. SICKENING – DOG FOUND WITH BULL WIRE EMBEDDED IN ITS NECK was last modified: January 27th, 2014 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:COLLIEDOGFalcarraghISPCAKevin McGinleylast_img read more

Mauricio Pochettino hails Spurs star as ‘one of the best in the world’

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first_imgMauricio Pochettino hailed Hugo Lloris as one of the best in the world after his superb goalkeeping performance earned Tottenham a hard-earned point with a 0-0 draw against Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League.Lloris made a string of excellent stops in the second half at the BayArena but one was exceptional, as he denied Javier Hernandez a certain goal from point blank range – with goal-line technology confirming the ball didn’t cross the line.Hernandez was free at the back post and had the goal at his mercy, but the Frenchman darted across and scrambled the ball off the line in incredible fashion.Spurs dominated the first period in Germany but in the end had Lloris to thank for a result that keeps them second in Group E and only a point off the top with two home games to come.“I think after two years here and a few months, my third season at Tottenham, only I can say good things for him,” Pochettino said.“He is a fantastic goalkeeper, one of the best in the world. Today in the second half he was brilliant again.“I have not changed my opinion about him, that he is one of the best goalkeepers in the world, he showed in every action today he is top quality, one of the best.“I think he is in the best moment of his career and always it is important to have a keeper like him.”Lloris was particularly busy on a night when Tottenham lacked composure at both ends of the pitch and missed Toby Alderweireld’s leadership at the back and Harry Kane’s precision up front.The pair are on course to make earlier returns from injury than initially thought, with Pochettino confirming after the match that Monday’s scan on Alderweireld’s leg had revealed no major problems.Pochettino said it would be “difficult” for Alderweireld to face Bournemouth on Saturday but a return against Leicester the weekend after remains a possibility.Kane, meanwhile, has begun light training this week but he is further away in terms of match fitness.Tottenham could have both players back for the return fixture against Leverkusen at Wembley next month, when victory would put them in a commanding position to progress.Vincent Janssen headed against the crossbar here while Dele Alli and Erik Lamela both spurned chances to score but Pochettino was satisfied with a point.“In the first half we were better and in the second half they were better and some brilliance from our keeper kept us in the game,” Pochettino said.“It is a strong point, we need to feel pleased with the point. When you analyse the game, the point is important and we need to be happy with that.” Hugo Lloris was in fine form as Spurs earned a 0-0 draw with Bayer Leverkusen 1last_img read more

Republicans sticking with Arnold

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first_imgCrayton thinks Schwarzenegger, who supports abortion rights, is “playing politics” on abortion, and she wishes he were tougher on immigration. But she rationalizes his actions as necessary to cope with the pressure he gets at home. “He’s got certain concessions he’s got to make because he’s got a family life, too,” she said. Her friend Ruth Daugherty, who also was worshipping at the Crystal Cathedral, excused the governor’s moderate stance on immigration – and even his reluctance to send the National Guard to the border with Mexico – as a political necessity in a state like California, where Democrats dominate. “I think he’s doing the best he can,” said Daugherty, 73, a retired banker who lives in Irvine, “because he can’t be as vocal about it as we are and get elected.” There is an undercurrent of protest against the governor, particularly on immigration. After Schwarzenegger said he was surprised at the “intensity of prejudice” toward illegal immigrants he encountered at a town hall meeting near San Diego, talk radio erupted. In Los Angeles, KFI’s John Ziegler upbraided Schwarzenegger’s campaign manager, Steve Schmidt, who had gone on the air to try to contain the damage, for the governor’s election-year shift. “He’s not a Republican and you know that,” Ziegler told Schmidt. “Because you know a real Republican can’t win statewide, so you and Maria have orchestrated this move to the left. Congratulations, but don’t deny it. Take credit for it.” How much discontent over the governor’s moves this year filters down to the average voter is an open question. In interviews throughout conservative Orange and Riverside counties, few voters even knew the governor’s position on immigration, much less the details of legislation or the inside workings of his staff. And while most voters were angry about illegal immigration, almost none laid the blame at the governor’s feet. “It’s not Arnold’s fault,” said Ken Mummert, 66, who was eating lunch at Costco in the Riverside County town of Temecula. “Immigration’s been a problem that’s been going on a long time.” Still, Mummert, an evangelical Christian who is “somewhat retired” and writing his second book, said he wasn’t all that enthusiastic about voting for Schwarzenegger. “I have to think about whether I’m going to vote at all,” he said. “I’m at the point where I think it’s a total waste of time.” The prospect that conservatives might stay home is worrisome for Schwarzenegger. Analysts are predicting that President George W. Bush’s unpopularity could hurt him in November if it discourages Republicans from voting. California has 1.3 million more Democrats than Republicans. To win, Schwarzenegger needs to rally his Republican base, convert a few Democrats and win the majority of independents. The state Republican party is promising a huge volunteer effort to get out its vote. The governor’s campaign also is doing everything it can to scare Republicans into supporting the governor by tagging his Democratic opponent, state Treasurer Phil Angelides, a tax-and-spend liberal. Those tactics may be working. Crayton’s fiance, Ken Sheppard, for example, has been angry at some of the things the governor has done this year, particularly his reluctance to comply with President Bush’s request to send National Guard troops to the border with Mexico. “I don’t think he had any right to do anything against the president or say anything against the president,” said Sheppard, who is a real estate investor from Encino. The governor balked at Bush’s request, saying the plan was ill-conceived. He only agreed to send the troops when the federal government agreed to pay for the deployment. But Sheppard said he is supporting Schwarzenegger – and phone-banking for the Republican ticket – out of fear of what the Democratic alternative might bring. In the end, he said, his vote for Schwarzenegger, while solid, was more a negative than a positive. “I personally believe if the other side were going to win, we would be hit with higher taxes for years and years and years,” he said. “It’s not like voting for Arnold. It’s voting against Angelides.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! GARDEN GROVE – Gelia Crayton is the picture of conservative California. She worships at the Crystal Cathedral, Orange County’s gleaming megachurch, and opposes abortion and gay marriage. She thinks illegal immigration is the scourge of the state. Crayton’s hardline views are at odds with the moderation Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has gone out of his way to advertise this year, as he seeks re-election. Yet on a recent Sunday after church services here, the 58-year-old real estate agent pledged to stay loyal to the governor “until he says, `Taxes are going to go up and welcome illegals.”‘ Crayton’s pragmatism helps explain how Schwarzenegger has consolidated his party’s support this year, even as he has flouted many of its core beliefs. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhy these photogenic dumplings are popping up in Los AngelesHe has angered social conservatives by hiring a lesbian Democrat as his chief of staff and upset fiscal conservatives by partnering with legislators to put the largest bond package in California history on the November ballot. He also crossed the business lobby by agreeing to raise the minimum wage, force prescription drug companies to offer discounts and cap greenhouse gas emissions. Despite all this, as many as 85 percent of California Republicans tell pollsters they will vote for Schwarzenegger in November. Last year, when his popularity was at a nadir because of the special election, just 66 percent of Republicans were willing to say they’d vote for him. Schwarzenegger’s celebrity helps him bend the rules of politics. Voters often say they feel they have a personal connection to him. Crayton, for example, cut the governor slack on account of his Democratic wife, Maria Shriver, who is a member of the Kennedy clan. last_img

Luiz red card verdict: ‘He basically wet himself’, claims ex-Blue

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first_imgRay Wilkins claims Chelsea star David Luiz ‘wet himself’ before the challenge on Arsenal ‘s Sead Kolasinac that saw him sent off at Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon.The Brazilian defender was shown a straight red card for a reckless lunge on Kolasinac and, although some ex-pros feel it warranted only a second yellow card, Wilkins says Luiz can have no complaints.The former Chelsea captain and coach told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast: “It was an atrocious tackle. He either wants to hurt Kolasinac, or he’s afraid. I’ll go for the latter.“He saw him coming towards him and thought, ‘wow, this fella is a giant’ and he basically wet himself.“Kolasinac went to the floor, his boots never came off the ground, he just went for the ball. If Luiz had done that there would have been nothing wrong. It’s on the halfway line for goodness sake.”last_img read more

Neil Warnock charged with misconduct after dismissal against Reading

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first_img1 Cardiff boss Neil Warnock has been charged with misconduct by the Football Association following his dismissal against Reading on Monday.The Bluebirds boss was sent from the touchline in the 78th minute by referee Steve Martin in the 2-2 draw at Reading. Warnock later described his dismissal as “a travesty”.The FA said: “Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has been charged with misconduct following his sending-off during the game against Reading on Monday, December 11, 2017. He has until 6pm on Friday, December 15 to respond.”Speaking after the match, Warnock criticised Martin and fourth official Andy Woolmer.He said: “It’s the first time I’ve sent off for asking a fourth official in a sensible way about a player arching their back.“I don’t know whether Woolmer was panicking a bit because he’s very experienced.“I called him over and I suppose the referee is going to enjoy that, isn’t he? It’s his big night.“I’m 69, I’ve been in the game 37 years and I’ve never been sent off for anything as trivial as that.” The Bluebirds boss was sent from the touchline in the 78th minute last_img read more

Misfiring Chelsea striker will return to his best, says former Blues star

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first_imgEx-Chelsea winger Joe Cole believes Alvaro Morata is having a great first season in the Premier League and will shortly return to form.The club-record signing got off to a flier but has just two goals in his last nine appearances with some lacklustre finishing along the way.But Cole, who won three league titles with the Blues, thinks the Spaniard has too much quality to continue this barren run in front of goal.He said: “Morata has missed a few chances but he’s scored a lot of goals for his first season.“He’s done very well, he’s a great player.“If you look at how much Real Madrid are missing him as well – sometimes you play your best games when you’re not there.”Antonio Conte is under pressure after his side failed to win their previous three games, but Cole believes this is just part and parcel of being a top manager.“I personally think Conte’s doing a great job,” he continued.“I’ve watched them a lot over the last month. They look solid; they don’t look like they’re going to concede.“Strikers have a few weeks where they just can’t score and then bang, they’re back to normal, you’re winning games and you’re turning one point into three points.”The 36-year-old is confident this is a momentary blip for his former side and that a change in fortunes is just around the corner.He added: “I think this’ll all blow over in the next few weeks.“A good win at Arsenal in the Carabao Cup and then they’ve got another cup final to look forward to.“No one there is panicking. It’s early days for all that.”last_img read more

His day in court – and then some

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first_imgThis legal question stretched out his appeal for more than a year: If Garcia didn’t harm his daughter with his own hands, was it he – or an intermediate force – that hurt her? As this question made its way through the appellate court system, attorneys logged dozens of hours reviewing the case. It is difficult to determine how many thousands of dollars were spent in attorney’s fees, judge’s fees and other court costs for Garcia’s appeal. Deputy Attorney General Yun Lee spent 40 hours working on Garcia’s appeal, according to spokeswoman Robin Schwanke of the Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General. Attorney Janyce Blair was appointed by the appellate court to review Garcia’s case for his defense. “I don’t remember how many hours I spent on this case. It just varies with each case. Some issues, the court makes mistakes and the law is clear. Others are more obscure, like this one,” said Blair. “I had to really argue that this sentence enhancement was not applicable to this crime. This kind of \ is very academic, a lot of researching, writing, reading.” In the end, the appellate courts upheld the trial court’s decision that it was, in fact, Garcia who injured the girl. On July 12, the state Supreme Court denied Garcia’s petition for review on his appeal, which originally was denied by the California Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District on May 5. “Very, very few appeals overturn the trial court decision,” said California Court of Appeal Second Appellate District Court Clerk Joseph Lane. “But just because we have a very good track record in trial courts, doesn’t mean cases shouldn’t be reviewed. Our system is the fairest in the world, it’s the one that’s working.” Blair said she pressed the question because she believed an error of law had been made in convicting Garcia of inflicting great bodily injury. She said it was a charcoal barbecue grill – not Garcia – that directly caused the surviving daughter’s injuries. As such, the conviction was made in error, she said. Blair said it is her duty, as an appellate defense attorney, to review any possible errors of law the trial court may have made. “I thought there was an error of law here,” said Blair. “A defendant shouldn’t have an unauthorized sentence. If it’s wrong, it’s wrong.” In its written opinion, the Court of Appeal upheld the trial court’s conviction, and wrote that Garcia directly caused his daughter’s injuries. “\ acts were both the direct and proximate cause of \ injuries,” the court wrote. “\ hung a blanket to trap the smoke in the bedrooms, disengaged the smoke alarm, placed the barbecue in the hallway and purchased and lit the charcoals charcoals after his children were asleep.” Scheidegger questioned the need for Garcia’s appeal, but said he also saw no way around this appeals process. “There certainly are frivolous appeals, and there certainly are wastes of money, but somebody’s got to look at it to determine it first,” Scheidegger said. “I think the U.S. Supreme Court should reexamine the issue.” sandy.mazza@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3026160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! PICO RIVERA – Thousands in taxpayer dollars and dozens of hours of court labor have been expended on convicted killer Adair Garcia’s appeal. His goal? To get three years shaved off a sentence of six consecutive life terms for suffocating five children. “We’re talking about an appeal on an issue that really makes no difference,” said Kent Scheidegger, legal director of Criminal Justice Legal Foundation in Sacramento. “Would the defendant pay $10,000 to appeal that with his own money? Of course not.” The case illustrates a tricky dilemma for the judicial system. Trial reviews go a long way toward making that system accountable for its decisions, but do relatively minor – some would say moot – points warrant the cost to the public? Some experts said they see little way around seemingly unnecessary appeals without jeopardizing a justice system that promises fairness to all. “I’ve seen a lot of appeals that, if they came to me as a paid case, I would have said, `Save your money, no court will ever let you out’,” said Stanley Neustadter, director of the Criminal Appeals Clinic at Cardozo School of Law in New York. “The fact is that anybody who is convicted can file a notice of appeal. That is their right.” Allowing indigent defendants representation to appeal their convictions is the best way to keep the system fair for the poor as well as the rich, he said. Garcia, 33, was convicted in 2005 of killing five of his six children on Feb. 20, 2002, as they slept in their Pico Rivera home. He is serving six consecutive life sentences without parole for the murders. He was also given a three-year sentence enhancement for causing “great bodily injury” to his surviving 9-year-old daughter. The sentence enhancement is what he appealed. last_img

BUSINESS PROFILE

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first_imgHairdresser Patrick Gildea is one of Donegal’s most colourful businessmen and now he gives a few pointers as to why he’s a cut above the rest. What is your career and what do you do?I am a hairdresser and involved in a business that is to the forefront of fashion. Tell us about your first job and how much were you paid?My first job at eleven years of age was a paper boy and earned £2.00 a week. I was a milk boy deliverer to doors. I then worked in the building sites as a labourer, then to trainee hairdresser were I thumbed from the ’big city’ of Drumkeen to Killybegs everyday for €24.00 a week.What was your first success in business?My first success was to open my first salon in Letterkenny at 18 years of age. Name the one local or international business person you look up to?The people I most admire in business is an uncle Brendan Gildea who was a developer who gave me great advice and made sure I stayed grounded and it has to be Marco Pierre the chef for his dynamic approach in self belief and the many small business people that you never hear about that are so important to every community.What has been your biggest mistake in business?I have never had any major mistakes in business but plenty of small ones that you learn from and continue to do so. These are an education in there own right and will continue to be. By recognizing them you address and move on stronger.What is the most valuable piece of advice you have ever been given? Education. Education. Education.What advice would you give to someone starting out in business today?To ask as many questions of other business people. To set yourself monthly achievements and never think you can sit back. And don’t become over arrogant because you’re self employed. Be prepared to commit yourself as it is hard work but very rewarding in many ways and don’t be scared to give yourself a pat on the back! Quietly though!!!!What one item would you take with you to a desert island and why? My wife and family and a scissors and comb.What item would you prefer to do without?The Taxman!What do you do in your spare time (if you have any)?In my spare time I love traditional music and I teach members of the Tirconnail Martyrs flute band.When will you retire?I will retire when the man above sends me my P 45.What’s your tip to surviving the recession?Ah the horrid recession….we have to reinvent ourselves to suit the climate – the 100% commitment we had has to be 300% now. Get up earlier and bed later. And most importantly if the recession is putting you under pressure in business get out! What one thing would you do if you were Finance Minister to help business?Firstly get people that know what they’re doing , get rid of there Landlord mentality. Run it as a business and get people with business backgrounds. If run efficiently, the stupid money being wasted would be sorted. It would be mind blowing what could be saved!And get behind the small business sector as this is the proven sector to get us out if this hole!!EndsBUSINESS PROFILE was last modified: February 3rd, 2011 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)last_img read more