“Beware of Leopard Tracks”, a piece from the “18 Gates” collection within the Shabu @ 90 ExhibitionRenowned Liberian painter, Baba Shabu will today open his long-awaited exhibition at the newly-established Art House on UN Drive, Mamba Point, central Monrovia, which is one of the several activities in commemoration of the painter’s upcoming 90 birthday.The exhibition titled “Shabu@90” will start today at 5:30 p.m. with display of several collections of paintings ranging from: The Namuna Cloth; The 18 Gates; Erotique Noire; and Hidden Segments which are stand-alone pieces, and inspirational ones.Today’s exhibition which is the biggest Shabu event this decade, is about maintaining the spirit of the Liberian arts renaissance which has been a lifelong work of Baba Shabu.“What we about to do is part of our efforts to continue the Liberian Arts Renaissance, the rebirth of Liberian Arts, in order to maintain the progress made,” Baba Shabu said.A tapestry from the Namuna Cloth collection within the upcoming Shabu @ 90 ExhibitionAt last, in Baba Shabu’s ninetieth year, the supporters, the paintings, the textiles, and even the music have come together in the perfect space – The Art House.All these elements have been able to bolster the dream of Liberian arts connoisseur, Emmett Williams, to establish a space that will “promote contemporary African artists, celebrate the continent’s rich art history, and advance appreciation of the arts for generations to come.”The exhibition, dubbed “Shabu@90”, will witness musical performances from one of his daughters, Kunbi Shabu. Kunbi who as co-directs an African dance company in the United States will team up with famous Liberian musicians, including Zack Roberts, who is one of the voices behind the famous “Sweet Liberia” for a joint performance.“It is about time we all come together and join hands to give our Arts Renaissance the biggest boost so far,” he said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Two men appeared on Monday at the Georgetown Magistrates Courts to answer charges of unlawful wounding.Septon BartonPatrick Dotson, 26, of Plum Park, Greater Sophia, denied the charge when it was read to him by Magistrate Sherdel Isaacs-Marcus. The charge stated that on April 18, 2019 at Sophia, he unlawfully and maliciously wounded Ucine Joseph.Septon Barton of 98 Plum Park, Sophia, Greater Georgetown, the other defendant, pleaded not guilty to the charge of unlawful wounding, which alleged that on April 18, 2019 at Sophia, he unlawfully and maliciously wounded Patrick Dotson.Prosecutor Adduni Innis did not object to either defendant being placed on bail, thus either defendant was placed on $40,000 bail.This case will continue on July 15.
Flyers lose 7-3 to the Spirit River Rangers After playing one of their most complete games of the season on home ice in game one, the Flyers headed to Spirit River on Tuesday night ready for a battle in game two. Sadly, the Flyers only showed up with 11 skaters – something the Rangers exploited masterfully, as they fought back to win game 2The Flyers drew first blood, when Tyler Loneyâ€™s powerplay point shot found its way through a screen and past Matt Yesminski. The Rangers evened the score, when Donny Lloydâ€™s powerplay shot did the same trick. With 9 minutes remaining in the first, Matt Hunterâ€™s sharp angle shot eluded Troy Hunt, and the Rangers were ahead.- Advertisement -Early in the second, the Flyers failed to capitalize on a 5 on 3, but did score on the 5 on 4, when Todd Alexander spun and shot through David Alexander and past Yesminski. A minute later, Matt Shuya led Arlo Hadland into the Rangers zone on a 2-on-1, and fed Hadland who beat Yesminski, to put the Flyers back up. But, from there on out, Spirit River would get the best of it, as they scored three unanswered goals to close out the second period, courtesy of Brad Kennedy (2) and Mark Wallman. It would be an uphill battle for the Flyers to come from behind when short benched, and on this night, it would prove too much, as the Rangers continued to play the body and forecheck hard, as Fort St. John was unable to muster any offence in the third. The Rangers would add two more, from Matt Hunter (his second) and Mike Lefley. The final exclamation point would be a fight between Tyler Loney and Kurtis Swanson. It was Swansonâ€™s first and only shift of the game, and though Loney was dog-tired from the game, he hung in for a split decision. Advertisement Listen to a highlights package from the game: [asset|aid=1045|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=c55f055a8bb0c79ab36a1b733a3f2a2d-Flyers loose 7-3 to the Spirit River Rangers _1_Pub.mp3] And so, the Rangers win game two 7-3, with game three set for Thursday night in Fort St. John.
However, NRCan did present concerns in the area of acid rock drainage and metal leaching, the result of natural weathering on sulphide bearing rock. “Given the abundance of disturbed rocks with high ARDML potential and short lag time to onset of acid generation and non-acid generating overburdens with elevated selenium content,” says Jessica Coulson, Team Leader of NRCan’s Environmental Assessment Division, “ARDML prevention and mitigation can pose some challenges.” Coulson added that more detailed tests are ongoing, and the lack of better water quality modelling “presents a higher degree of uncertainty.” Among NRCan’s recommendations in that area is the development of an ARDML management plan, as well as the improved water quality monitoring, which Site C Chief Project Engineer John Nunn says B.C. Hydro agrees with. The hearings continue today with presentations from Transport Canada and the Ministry of Forests, as well as Saulteau First Nations, West Moberly First Nations, Treaty 8 Tribal Association and the Peace River Environmental Society.Advertisement Cassidy says studies have shown that reservoirs at a height of 60 metres or less, like the Site C project would be, are also drastically less likely to trigger significant earthquakes than taller ones. “The probability of earthquakes is extremely low, so that probability of triggering earthquakes drops off very quickly with reservoir height,” he argues, adding, “In British Columbia there’s no history of significant reservoir triggered seismicity, either at the much larger Bennett Dam, which is 183 metres, or the Peace Canyon Dam.” In it its review, NRCan looked at the seismicity hazards in the area, the possible effects of waves generated by earthquakes, as well as the proposed mitigation measures by Hydro. It found that design of the dam would cover the largest induced earthquakes in the area and any sloshes of water from earthquakes would be less than one metre, leaving another 7.6 metres room. – Advertisement -Research scientist for the Geological Survey of Canada Peter Bobrowsky said the same of the information on the geology and terrain hazards presented in the Environmental Impact Statement, adding that the slope stability line and landslide generated wave impact line given are conservative and exceed minimum required standards. “NRCan is satisfied the Proponent has followed the adopted current standards and best practices used both in Canada and internationally in dealing with slope stability,” he told the JRP. “We have no other recommendations.” Advertisement
Transfer rumours and paper review Saturday, October 18 Here’s the top transfer-related stories in Saturday’s newspapers…Barcelona’s Brazil right-back Dani Alves, 31, has agreed to join Manchester United on a free transfer when his contract expires next summer. (Daily Express) West Brom head coach Alan Irvine has warned potential suitors, including Tottenham, that England Under-21 striker Saido Berahino, 21, is worth more than £15m. (Daily Mail) Galatasary’s Turkey international defender Semih Kaya, 23, will opt for a move to Manchester United over fellow suitors Atletico Madrid. The Spanish club have stepped up their attempts to complete an £8m deal. (Daily Mirror) Manchester United’s Belgian midfielder Adnan Januzaj, 19, is determined to establish himself at the heart of Louis van Gaal’s side despite being marginalised under the new manager. (Daily Mail) New Bolton Wanderers manager Neil Lennon has confirmed he would be interested in raiding old club Celtic to sign Kris Commons. (Daily Record)And here are the latest talkSPORT.com transfer tales…Exclusive – Van Dijk would be perfect for Arsenal, claims former Gunners starArsenal and Chelsea target set to sign new Barcelona dealAllardyce ‘concerned’ over West Ham defender’s contract – Liverpool set to pounce?Galatasaray line up fresh bid for wantaway Arsenal starXavi won’t join Lampard and Villa at New York City, insists agentLiverpool target set to snub Premier League interest and sign new Inter Milan dealExclusive – O’Neill backs Keane to become Ireland managerExclusive – Friedel: Redknapp won’t walk away from QPR 1
Annual Club Draw*A huge thanks to everyone who helped make our annual Club draw a huge success, especially those that went out selling tickets and everyone who bought one. We would also like to thank our sponsors and congratulations to all the winners1st: €2,000 Cash – Kevin Gormley, Ramelton2nd: 500 Lts Oil sponsored by Whoriskey Oils, Ramelton – Ronnie Ramsey, Clooney, Ramelton3rd: €200 Jewellery Voucher at G. Hannigan Goldsmiths, Letterkenny- Imelda Patton, Rathmullan4th: €100 Voucher sponsored by Brian McCormick Sports, Letterkenny – Gabrielle Fitzsimons, Greenhill, Letterkenny5th: €100 Voucher sponsored by Travellers Inn, Milford – Charlie Doherty, Gortnatra, Kerrykeel6th: €100 Voucher sponsored by Lennonside Butchers, Ramelton – Charlie McAteer, The Perches, Milford7th: €100 Voucher sponsored by Lennon Lodge, Ramelton – Helen Doherty, Aghawoney, Ramelton8th: €100 Voucher sponsored by McCormicks Chemist, Milford -Keenan McGettigan, Meenreagh, Termon9th: €100 Voucher sponsored by Bodyworx Gym, Milford – Roisin Patterson, Aughnish, Ramelton10th: €500 Cash – Kathleen Boyle, Goaldrum, Termon *Division 2*Cloughaneely v CLG BnaGFalcarragh, Saturday @ 6 & 7.30pmOur Senior and Reserve teams travel to Falcarragh this weekend to take on Cloughaneely. Both teams lost to Cloughaneely on the opening weekend and will be out for revenge this Saturday. Throw in for the Reserve game is 6pm followed by the Seniors at 7.30pm. All support greatly appreciated.*Senior Gaeltacht Semi Final*CLG BnaG 0-9 Ardara 0-15After great wins over Gweedore and Termon in the Gaeltacht Ardara proved a step too far for Na Galloglaigh on Sunday in Glenties. Having just played Killybegs on Friday evening and with an injury list including Cathal Mc Gettigan, Enda McHugh, Gavin Grier, Anthony Fisher, Kane Barrett and Adam Serrinha it was a great opportunity for Danny to get a look at some players who hadn’t played as much so far this season. In poor conditions for a game neither side really got going and it was 12 minutes before the first score was registered. But Na Galloglaigh grew into the game as it went on and but for some wayward shooting might have been further than 0-6 to 0-5 up at half time. Playing with the wind in the second half Ardara adapted to the conditions much better and clinically punished the numerous basic errors being made by Na Galloglaigh. However the boys were right in the game for the majority and with 8 minutes left Ardara were just 0-10 to 0-8 ahead. With Na Galloglaigh pushing forward for scores Ardara found the space to get the scores to set up a final against neighbours Glenties in the final. Now Na Galloglaighs focus switches back to the bread and butter of the league as they take on Cloughaneely in Falcarragh next Saturday evening. Team: Sean Gallagher, Kieran Sheridan, Barry McNulty, Tj Evesson, Gary Merritt (0-1), Sean Black, PJ Hagan, Luke Barrett (0-2), Joey Cullen, Darragh Black (0-2), Pauric Curley (0-1), Christopher Barrett (0-1), David Curley, Kyle Black (0-2), Paddy Peoples. Subs: Jonny Logue for Sheridan (HT), Brandon Toye for Cullen (42m), Dean Burgess for D. Black (50m), Cormac Toland for Hagan (52m), Cormac Friel for Merritt (58m), Conor McNulty, Caolan Mc Gettigan*Div 3 Minor League Final*CLG BnaG v TermonDownings, Wednesday @ 7pmGood luck to our Minors who take on Termon in the Division 3 Northern League Final this Wednesday in Downings. All support to get behind the lads would be much appreciated.*Seniors*CLG BnaG 0-13 Killybegs 0-13The Seniors played out an exciting draw with Killybegs on Friday evening in a game that could have went either way. Killybegs started the game much brighter than their hosts and seemed to be first to every ball. They were also dominating physically for the first 20 minutes or so and when they went 0-5 to 0-1 up against the wind it looked like it could be a rough day for Na Galloglaigh. But the boys responded very well and in the final 10 minutes took some great scores to draw level. Killybegs snuck ahead again right at the end of the half to leave the score 0-7 to 0-6 and Na Galloglaigh with an uphill task. Yet again though the boys showed great character against a stiff breeze and scores throughout the half were pretty much tit for tat. With less than 10 minutes of the game left Sean Black made a miraculous goal line clearance to keep the boys in the game, and in a frantic finale either side almost nicked winners. All in all a draw was a probably a fair result, although Na Galloglaigh will probably rue their slow start. Team: Caolan Mc Gettigan, Brandon Toye, Barry McNulty, Conor McNulty, Gary Merritt (0-1), Sean Black, Tj Evesson, Luke Barrett (0-1), Jonny Logue, Cathal Mc Gettigan (0-3), Christopher Barrett (0-5), Darragh Black (0-1), David Curley, Pauric Curley (0-2), Paddy Peoples. Subs: Joey Cullen for Toye (HT), Kyle Black for Logue (52m), Kieran Sheridan, Gavin Grier, Dean Burgess, Sean Gallagher, Paul Sweeney, PJ Hagan, Cormac Friel *Donegal Ladies*Good luck to Niamh Carr, Amber Barrett and all the Donegal Senior Ladies team and management that take on Westmeath in the Division 2 Final this Saturday in Parnell Park, Dublin.*U12*CLG BnaG v GlenswillyMoyle Park, Wednesday @ 6.30pmOur U12s have their first game of the season at home to Glenswilly on Wednesday. All players are asked to be at the pitch for 6pm with throw in at 6.30pm. All players are also asked to please bring their gum shield and gloves and any players with BnaG jerseys are asked to bring them*Lotto*This weeks lotto numbers were 2-9-21-22. No jackpot winner, 2 match 3 winners, win €35 each. James Trearty, Termon, and Conall McFadden, Milford. Next weeks Jackpot is €2,380. Don’t forget you can enter the lotto from the comfort of your own home by playing through our own FREE Club App. Usual rules apply, pick 4 numbers per box, €2 and €5 options available. Numbers must be entered before 10pm or else they roll over to the next week. Perfect way for our many supporters and exiles overseas who would like to continue to support their Club.*Underage Coaching*Anyone interested in getting involved in the coaching of underage teams are asked to contact Nigel Black (086-8128869) or Aidan Cannon (087-6784787)*Lotto Database*Lotto database players are reminded that end of year payments are now due. Anyone wishing to join the lotto database in 2016 can download the standing order form from the Club website or contact Joe McNulty. The benefits of joining the database are:– Full family membership for 2016 included– Entered into every draw every week– Automatically in Christmas hamper draw (One for database members only)– 11 weeks free entry to lotto draw *Lotto Sellers Required*The Club is seeking lotto sellers in the Milford, Ramelton and Rathmullan areas. If you are interested contact Joe McNulty on 086-8547114*Contact Us*For all information and queries contact MilfordDonegalGAA@Gmail.com, follow us on Twitter on @CLGBnaG, and on Facebook on www.facebook.com/clgbaile.nangalloglach or see our website www.clgbnag.com*CLG BnaG Club Gear*A selection of club gear is available to order. Photos and prices of these items are on the club website and on the new Team App. Orders can be placed with Agnes Ryan 08681947GAA NEWS: MILFORD NARROWLY LOSE OUT TO ARDARA IN DONEGAL GAELTACHT SEMI-FINAL was last modified: May 4th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare 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:GAAMilfordSport
Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ NEW ERA Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? LATEST crackers Brown’s half-time antics, eight-goal thrillers… relive these Boxing Day classics Who will Emery face in his first Premier League fixture? Find out below! Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures The Premier League fixtures for the 2018/19 campaign have been released, and you can find out who Emery’s Arsenal will be playing below…AUGUSTAugust 11: Manchester City (h)August 18: Chelsea (a)August 25: West Ham United (h)SEPTEMBERSeptember 1: Cardiff City (a)September 15: Newcastle United (a)September 22: Everton (h)September 29: Watford (h)OCTOBEROctober 6: Fulham (a)October: 20 Leicester (h)October: 27 Crystal Palace (a)NOVEMBERNovember 3: Liverpool (h)November 10: Wolverhampton Wanderers (h)November 24: Bournemouth (a) Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won silverware REVEALED targets Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? REVEALED DECEMBERDecember 1: Tottenham Hotspur (h)December 4: Manchester United (a)December 8: Huddersfield Town (h)December 15: Southampton (a)December 22: Burnley (h)December 26: Brighton and Hove Albion (a)December 29: Liverpool (a)JANUARYJanuary 1: Fulham (h)January 12: West Ham United (a)January 19: Chelsea (h)January 29: Cardiff City (h)FEBRUARYFebruary 2: Manchester City (a)February 9: Huddersfield Town (a)February 23: Southampton (h)February 26: Bournemouth (h)MARCHFebruary 2: Tottenham Hotspur (a)February 9: Manchester United (h)February 16: Wolverhampton Wanderers (a)February 30: Newcastle United (h)APRILApril 6: Everton (a)April 13: Watford (a)April 20: Crystal Palace (h)April 27: Leicester City (a)MAYApril 4: Brighton and Hove Albion (h)April 12: Burnley (a) 1 smart causal Latest Arsenal news gameday cracker Arsenal start the 2018/19 season with a new manager for the first time in almost 22 years with Unai Emery at the helm.Former Sevilla and Paris Saint-Germain boss Emery succeeded Arsene Wenger at the Emirates, and it feels like a new era for the Gunners. Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT possible standings
A young Co Donegal photographer has been named in the Top 10 Professional Wedding Photographers in the world.Kilmacrennan-based Paul Doherty is just 23 years old but has already made a huge name for himself.Last year he was named Irish Wedding Photographer of the Year. And now his portraits of Ann Marie Gallagher and Sean Lordan at Letterkenny’s St Eunans Cathedral has propelled him onto the world stage.Paul said he is delighted by being named in the company of such well-known wedding photographers.‘It’s a huge honour and I just couldn’t believe it when I got an email to tell me I have made the top ten.“I’m just delighted. Ann Marie and Sean were great to work with,” he said. Paul is also in the running for Irelands Wedding Photographer of the Year 2013 and I need votes under “Wedding Photographer of The Year” at http://www.weddingsonline.ie/awards/vote/DONEGAL MAN NAMED AMONG TOP TEN WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHERS IN WORLD was last modified: December 1st, 2012 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:paul dohertywedding photographer
Comments Tags: abdallah mubirupolice fcSoana FC Azam Uganda Premier LeaguePolice FC vs Soana FCMandela National Stadium, NambooleTuesday, 01-05-2018 @04:30pmPolice FC will look to put their off pitch issues to bed and take care of visiting Soana at the Mandela National StadiumIn the last few days, Police has been in the lime light firing and re-instating head coach Abdallah Mubiru and his assistants.The Police force side sacked Mubiru on Saturday during a recovery session after the team had lost 5-0 to Onduparaka and re-hired him on Monday morning in a move that has left many stones unturned.With the team seating just six points away from the drop zone, everyone affiliated with it (Police FC) will be hoping that those past issues do not come into play against Soana who are also two points away from relegation with four games to play.What the coaches are saying:Soana assistant coach Daivid Mutono.“It’s a do or die game for us.“We badly lost our previous game so we need to come back stronger this time.“We watched them playing in their game against Onduparaka and we have done our homework the right way so we expect a convincing win against Police.Abdallah Mubiru, Police FC.“Our target is to win all our remaining games.“A lot has happened in the last few days but we can’t let that deter us from achieving our short term goals.“Soana is closer to relegation than we are so we expect they will come wanting all three points which we are not ready to surrender.Police FC has lost all its last three games in the league (photos by agencies)Match Stats:Head to Head.This fixture has not witnessed a league draw in any of the last four meetings. Both teams winning twice.A home team has won this fixture only once in the last seven games. That happened at the start of the season when Soana defeated Police 2-1 at Kavumba.Soana will be looking to complete a league double over Police for the second time in their history. The first happened in the 2013/14 season.The reverse fixture last season ended 3-0 in favor of Soana.Police FC.The home side enter this game having lost all of their last three games in the league, including the 5-0 defeat to Onduparaka in their last game.However, Ploce has never lost four games in a row in their top flight history.In that period, Police has nine goals and scored only one, with the solitary strike coming in the 3-1 loss away to second from bottom Proline at Lugogo.Police FC has lost a third joint league high of three games at home of their 13 games at Namboole (W6 D4).They have also conceded the most goals at home in the league this season (17).Soana FC.Soana too are in a rough patch at the moment, winning only one of their last six games in all competitions (D1 L4), including a penalty shootout defeat at the hands of KCCA in the Uganda Cup round of 16.In the league, they have won only two games since the turn of the year (D3 L6). The two victories came against URA and Bul, both at Kavumba.Away from home, Soana has won only one game all season, a joint league second worst record. The victory came at Kirinya JSS in a game that was mired by controversy.The Other Games to be played today:Express FC vs KCCA FC @Wankulukuku, 04:00pmBright Stars vs UPDF FC @Matuga, 04:30pmBul Vs Maroons @Kakindu, 04:30pmProline vs Vipers SC @Lugogo, 04:30pm
A retired teacher and lecturer from Donegal will be among almost 800 students who will graduate from North West Regional College (NWRC) with a Higher Education qualification this year.Anne Loveday, aged 71, has just completed the two-year Higher National Diploma (HND) in Textile Design at Strand Road Campus.It’s the second time she has completed a HND at NWRC in the past four years, having previously graduated with a HND in Fine Art in 2017. For Anne, a former Languages lecturer and trained counsellor, Graduation will be a double celebration, as she has also been awarded a BTEC Silver award in recognition of Outstanding Achievement and Commitment to BTEC Studies.“I decided to pursue my interest in Art when I retired from work,” said Anne. “I’d always been interested in Art and had taken evening classes in pottery, watercolour and life drawing.“Now Art has become a huge part of my retirement. I’d previously completed a Foundation Diploma in Fine Art in Wolverhampton.“When I moved to Iskaheen I wanted to continue studying but I didn’t want to travel to Belfast, so Art at NWRC’s Strand Road campus was perfect for me. “To anyone my age looking to return to study I’d tell them to go for it. The College is quite big but it’s small enough to make you feel comfortable.“There was a wide range of people from different ages in the class.“I’ve already signed up for my next class at NWRC, this time in Pottery.”Graduates of Art & Design, Business, Computing, Construction, Engineering and Science, Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy, Early Years, Health & Social Care, Hospitality, Tourism, Sport, Media, Music and Performing Arts will gather for College’s annual Graduation ceremony at the Millennium Forum on October 30, to mark the successful completion of courses undertaken at the College’s campuses in Derry, Limavady and Strabane.The MC for the event will be BBC broadcaster and weatherman, Barra Best and guest speaker is the Manager of NWRC’s multi award-winning Careers Academy, Finneen Bradley. Mary Harrigan, Lecturer in Art &Design at NWRC: “I am delighted that Anne’s hard work and determination has been recognised with this Silver Award.“Anne has been a consistently hard worker and has made a huge contribution to college life at the Department of Art and Design on Strand Road Campus.“We were delighted to showcase Anne’s work on a number of occasions at the college’s end of year show and wish her the very best for the future.”Principal and Chief Executive, Leo Murphy said: “As principal of NWRC I am delighted to be sharing this special day with our graduates, recognising these achievements in their academic journey. “We have just completed another hugely successful year at NWRC and we are ambitious to do more as we continue to prepare our students for the world of work.“Graduation is a major highlight in our college calendar and a day that many have been looking forward to sharing in the company of fellow students and lecturers, and of course their family and friends, who have supported them every step of the way.“I encourage each of our graduates to now to make the most of the opportunities that they have forged for their careers at North West Regional College.”Anne, 71, makes it fashionable to return to college! was last modified: October 21st, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)