Alaska adds to SMB’s troubles

first_imgJapeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew The loss was the third straight for the Beermen in a 2-4 card as the mighty franchise dropped to eighth spot with three games left. San Miguel would need to win all of its remaining five games to have a solid shot at finishing in the upper half and avoid being saddled with a twice-to-win disadvantage in the first round of the playoffs.Kevin Murphy, who planed in as a replacement for Arizona Reid two games ago, scored 45 points and had 11 rebounds but still couldn’t rescue the Beermen.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissChristian Standhardinger had 28 and 13 and Arwind Santos 20 for San Miguel.Meanwhile, NorthPort put its foot on the gas in the fourth quarter and reduced the Columbian Dyip to a total wreck, 118-101, in the first game. Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title 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 Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Alaska Aces’ Mike Harris dunks the ball against the San Miguel Beermen in the 2018 PBA Governors’ Cup at Ynares Center in Antipolo. PBA IMAGESANTIPOLO—A defense-oriented Alaska side beat San Miguel Beer in a high-scoring contest, 127-119, as the Aces shored up their drive for a lofty finish in the PBA Governors’ Cup eliminations in a Petron Saturday Special at Ynares Center here.Mike Harris scored 36 points and had 23 rebounds and five locals tossed in 11 or more with Vic Manuel coming off the bench to shoot 20 and help the Aces rise to 5-1 with a second straight win—tied for second with idle Magnolia and just half-a-game out of the lead being held by defending champion Barangay Ginebra.ADVERTISEMENT The Batang Pier dropped 32 points on the hapless Dyip in the payoff frame and won for the first time since June 22, when they also thumped Columbian behind Stanley Pringle’s career-high 50 points.NorthPort hardly moved in the standings with a 1-6 card, but the win could trigger a late surge for the Batang Pier, who can claim at least a tie for the last playoff berth with a sweep of their remaining four games.“I think it was the law of averages, we were really due for a win,” said NorthPort coach Pido Jarencio after getting 26 points and 10 rebounds from Mo Tautuaa, 26 points and seven assists from Pringle and 25 points, nine rebounds, six steals and five feeds from Sean Anthony.“Three of those six losses could have gone our way,” Jarencio went on. “I just kept telling the team to take the positives out of those losses and keep playing.”ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college PH youth Olympians ready Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew LATEST STORIES View commentslast_img read more

Footballing the sugar industry

first_imgDear Editor,Reports in the media (7/4/18) about FITUG and GTUC wrangling over which minister (Agriculture or Finance) should have oversight responsibility for Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo), Guyana’s number one industry, is indeed a sad reflection of a major flaw in which this premier industry has been floundering for far too long.There is no doubt that the sugar industry has had too long a spell of depressing performance, about which there has been a number of diagnoses and remedies proposed by numerous ‘politicians’, ‘pundits’, ‘professionals’ and ‘pragmatists’ among us.‘Privatisation’ vs ‘Nationalisation’ vs ‘Outsourcing of the Management’ of the industry have been among the several plasters prescribed for the sore and sorry plight of the industry, and these have all been given a fair chance to prove their worth (or worthlessness!). (In similar vein, the Government-appointed CoI into the sugar industry has also made its recommendations, upon which we are still to see any action).Now, out of the blue — as the saying goes — we have a debate about which ‘minister’, not which ‘ministry’, should take control of this industry. At this rate, we may soon have the Minister of Cohesion being proposed as the most appropriate person to oversee the industry, since it appears that ‘personal’ or ‘personality’ wrangling is at the core of this poor industry’s plight!My good friend and professional colleague, Mr E.B. John, in another section of the media, identified the need for good old “team work” in the industry. It is now palpably clear that we also, or moreso, need a strong dose of decisive leadership from the very top.Mr President, may I respectfully beg for your necessarily decisive intervention? I do not have to tell you, sir, that there is too much at stake at the national level to allow this apparently ‘boyish’ wrangling to go on and for the industry to continue in an apparently rudderless mode.Sincerely,Nowrang Persaudlast_img read more

Kojo Names 20 Players for Congo Game

first_imgTeam captain, Jebor (left) and Russian-based Nimley at the SKD during Liberia vs DR Congo game on September 9.(Image: Anthony Kokoi) With 10 days left for the Lone Star’s next game against Congo Brazzaville in Group G of the ongoing 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers, head coach Thomas Kojo has named a 20-man squad that will travel to Brazzaville, Congo, for the encounter.The 20-man squad, headed by team captain William Jebor, comprises 13 foreign-based players and seven local players. Both Lone Star and the Red Devils of Congo Brazzaville will be hoping to secure their first win after collecting a single point from their first two games.The first leg between the two teams is October 11 at the Stade Alphonse Massemba Debat in Brazzaville, before the return leg in Monrovia on October 16 at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex.Terrence Tisdell and Mohammed Sangare, who missed out on the DR Congo game on September 9, because of work permit issues, are among the 13 foreign-based players Coach Kojo has invited.South Korean-based Sekou Konneh was the only foreign-based player dropped from Coach Kojo’s previous list of players for the DR Congo game.According to the LFA, the foreign-based players’ invitations were sent to their clubs weeks ago and received a positive response.On September 25, Russian club Spartak Moscow confirmed via their website that forward Sylvanus Nimely had been invited by his national team from October 7-17.The invited players include Anthony Snoti Laffor, Boison Wynney de Souza, Joel Johnson, Adolphus Marshall, Murphy Dorley, Sam Johnson, Kpah Sherman, Sylvanus Nimely, Tonia Tisdell, Terrence Tisdell, Allen Njie, and expected debutant Mohammed Sangare.Local players include goalkeepers Ashley Williams and Tommy Songo, Kemoh Kamara, Teah Dennis, Alvin Maccornel, Aloysius Simujla, and Saah Nyumah.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Multiple Resignations from Weah’s Gov’t

first_imgResignations by: J. Bernard Nagbe (LACC); Gregory Coleman (NBC); and Dan Saryee (LWSC) Barely 24 hours following the resignations of two top presidential appointees, another official has resigned as of Monday, November 25, 2019, from the government, citing the “no money for pay” syndrome.Up to press time last night, it was not clear whether President George Weah had received and accepted the resignation of the Comptroller of the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC), but the Daily Observer has reliably learned that J. Bernard Nagbe tendered in his resignation Monday, November 25, informing the LACC Board of his impatience over delays in payment of his salary and benefits.Nagbe’s resignation followed the recent resignations of Gregory Coleman, Director General of the Bureau of Concessions, and Dan Saryee, deputy managing director of technical services of the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation.“I am constrained to tender in my resignation on grounds of uncertainty with my salary and benefits. I am not receiving my remuneration on time, and my service to the government and the people of Liberia is not for free,” Nagbe said in his three-paragraph letter to members of the Board.“That is just in simple term,” he added. “I owe my life, career and service to my country, but ultimately my family comes first.”Nagbe said he has never had the experience he has gone through in the Weah-led government, “where I will work without pay and benefits.”“I have never had this experience in my professional life, and never am I prepared to endure this nonsense. I cannot and will never work without pay,” he said.In what could be described as a vent of frustration at the state of affairs, Nagbe further said, “Henceforth, I can no more continue this useless sacrifice to the LACC, the Liberian people and the government.”He said: “I am not willing to negotiate a minute or a second of my time serving without pay. This is unbearable, and I can no more tolerate the difficulty associated with caring for my family I love so much.”He said that it is better he has no job than have a job and appears irresponsible to everyone he has a business relationship with.“I owe almost everyone in Liberia, and I can no more endure this degree of difficulty,” Nagbe said.In closing, he noted, “Thank you for the time I have spent working for the Liberian people, my government and my service to this specialized and very important institution. I am aware of the critical responsibility associated with my work at this Commission, but despite all this, the well-being of my family and myself comes first. Goodbye.”He said he will be available on an unofficial basis to provide all needed assistance in whatever handover the LACC might deem appropriate.It is not also clear as to whether Mr. Nagbe has waved his unpaid salary and benefits for the months worked for, but from the content of his letter of resignation, it seems that he is done with the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC)-led government.It can be recalled that on Sunday, November 24, 2019, Gregory Coleman resigned from his post as director-general of the National Bureau of Concession, subsequently followed by the resignation of Dan Saryee as deputy managing director for Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation.“My tenure as director-general of the National Bureau of Concession has been filled with challenges and rewards,” Coleman said in his letter of resignation. He formerly served as Liberia National Police (LNP) Inspector General.He added, “Your Excellency, I am grateful for the time you have allowed me to serve in your administration.”In his letter to President Weah, Mr. Coleman wrote, “My tenure as a director-general at the National Bureau of Concessions has been full of challenges and rewards. The Bureau’s role on the Inter-ministerial Committee on Concessions is now pivotal in determining the government’s policies toward concessions. We need to continue building capacities that extend and deepen the Bureau’s influence in positive ways, however.”Further, Coleman told the President, “I have served in government for nearly 20 years. Unlike me, many others in government have made similar commitments to Liberia and remain unsung. Therefore, I am grateful to have achieved success to the top of the Liberia National Police.”He, however, said that he remains committed to serving his country, and feel that there is no better calling than public service. Nonetheless, he added, “Nevertheless, it is time for me to become a private citizen, and hereby resign as head of the National Bureau of Concessions.”He requested the President to allow him to leave by November 29, “to allow for my replacement to have a smooth transition.”As for Dan Torkarmawon Saryee, he sent in his resignation on November 18, and the President acknowledged and subsequently accepted it on Friday, November 22.Speculations that the Minister of Justice, Cllr. Frank Musa Dean, recently tendered in his resignation could not be independently verified. However, sources say President Weah reportedly refused to honor his resignation and therefore asked him to hold onto to the job.Whatever could be responsible for the Justice Minister’s alleged resignation is unknown, but his recent reaction to Eugene Fahngon’s statement that an arrest warrant is out for radio talk show host Henry Costa is at the center of public opinion on the speculation of Minister Dean’s resignation.Fahngon, who is the deputy Information Minister for public affairs, said that Costa will be arrested in December should he land at the Roberts International Airport; but Justice Minister Dean said there was no arrest warrant, and that there is no plan by the government to arrest Costa as stated by Fahngon.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Canada Day Celebrations

first_imgLet’s celebrate our countries 141st Birthday. There are all kinds of events going on today in the Energetic City for Canada Day.The day begins with the Classic Cruisers Show and Shine at the Pool Parking lot at 9am. Then the Parade at 11am. Following that you’ll find all kinds of enertainment for the family at Centennial Park from 12pm to 4pm including the Museums always wonderful Pie Sale. For a complete list of events and schedule Click Here.Then at around 10:30 or 11pm the City and the Fort St. John Fire Department will close out the day with Fireworks. Watch for the fireworks as they are set off from Tobbagan Hill. Listen to Moose FM or watch this website for updates on the Fireworks as if weather turns bad…they may be cancelled.- Advertisement -At the end of the day come back and view some pictures from Canada Day Celebrations in Fort St. John…all on Energeticcity.calast_img read more

Fort St. John RCMP reminds drivers to be conscious of winter driving conditions

first_imgMaintain a safe following distance. It takes longer to stop on a slippery road. Look ahead and keep plenty of distance between you and other cars (at least four seconds). Drop your speed to match road conditions. The posted speed is the maximum speed under ideal conditions. In winter, it is safer to drive below the posted speed. No matter how much experience you have, the way your car will move on snow or ice always has an element of unpredictability. Watch for black ice. Slow down when approaching icy areas such as shaded areas, bridges and overpasses as these sections of road freeze sooner than others in cold weather. Watch for “black ice”, areas of the road with a thin, almost invisible coating of ice, as it can cause your vehicle to suddenly lose traction, braking and cornering control. Accelerate and brake slowly. When starting from a stop on slick roads, start slowly and accelerate gradually to maintain traction and avoid spinning your wheels. When stopping, plan well in advance, apply the brakes gently and slowly add pressure rather than braking suddenly. Avoid sudden moves. Slow down and steer smoothly and gradually to avoid skidding. Accelerate gently, turn slowly, and brake carefully and early. Avoid unexpected quick movements that could put you in a spin. Anticipate turns, stops, and lane changes well before they occur. Know how to handle a skid. A skid happens when your wheels slide out of control on a slippery surface and is a result of driving too fast for road conditions. If you start to skid, ease off the brake or accelerator, look and steer smoothly in the direction you want to go. Be careful not to oversteer. See and be seen. It is critical for drivers to see and be seen in low light conditions, and when blowing snow impairs visibility. Always drive with your headlights on. STAY ALERT: Weather conditions can change quickly, placing extra demands on your vehicle and your driving skills. Keep your focus on the road and on other vehicles. Eliminate all distractions and make sure you are well rested. SLOW DOWN: Always drive according to weather conditions. Keep a safe distance between you and the vehicle in front of you to avoid having to brake suddenly on a slippery surface. STAY IN CONTROL: Make sure you know how to handle your vehicle in all weather conditions. – Advertisement -BE ROAD-READY AND WEATHER-WISE: Make sure your vehicle is winter ready. Keep a winter survival kit in your vehicle. Listen to the radio for road and weather updates and check road conditions before leaving. Advertisement Get your vehicle winter-ready with a maintenance check-up. Keep your fuel tank sufficiently full – at least half a tank is recommended. Make sure you have sufficient windshield washer fluid in the reservoir that is rated a minimum of -40 C temperature range. Keep an extra jug in the vehicle. Clear snow and ice from the roof, hood, trunk and all windows, lights and mirrors. After starting your vehicle, wait for the fog to clear from the interior of the windows so you will have good visibility all around. The condition of your vehicle’s tires is important. Worn or damaged tires can hamper your ability to drive safely. Remember to check tire air pressure frequently, as it decreases in cold weather. SNOW AND ICE PUSH OUR DRIVING SKILLS TO THE LIMIT Advertisementcenter_img Plan extra time to get to your destination and consider delaying your trip in bad weather. Notify a friend or family member of your destination and anticipated arrival time. When approaching winter maintenance vehicles from behind, slow down, stay back and be patient. Move over for emergency vehicles. PREPARING YOUR VEHICLE FOR WINTER Advertisementlast_img read more

World Cup stars breaching contracts by following Mourinho’s early return orders

first_imgWorld Cup stars face ’emotional blackmail’ from their clubs and are in breach of their contract if they return early from their summer holidays, a senior FIFPro source has claimed.At least 15 players have begun pre-season training before their recommended return date, with club bosses such as Manchester United’s Jose Mourinho pleading with stars to come back early. 4 Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener United have struggled on their US tour without their 12 absentees How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures highlights 4 United boss Mourinho called on his players to cut short their summer breaks amid fears he will have to play a second-string lineup for the first few games of the season as returning players get up to full fitness.England duo Marcus Rashford and Phil Jones are both set to return to United’s Carrington base on Wednesday, just 17 days after playing in the third-place play-off defeat to Belgium.Mourinho was angry at having to conduct the club’s US tour with 12 players missing and only 35-year-old keeper Lee Grant of his three summer signings currently available.Fred, a £53m signing from Shakhtar Donetsk, reached the World Cup quarter-finals with Brazil while 19-year-old right-back Diogo Dalot will be out until September with a knee injury. How Chelsea could line up against Southampton – what system will Lampard play? England keeper Nick Pope was injured playing for Burnley less than two weeks after returning from Russia who plays? Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? How Man United could line up for Newcastle clash – will Pogba start? gameday Red Devils duo Phil Jones and Marcus Rashford will return to training this week ALTERED Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes 4 Mourinho wanted the likes of Paul Pogba, Romelu Lukaku and Jesse Lingard, who all reached the final weekend of the World Cup, to return early.But all three are yet to agree to his request and will likely be unavailable for their Premier League opener against Leicester City on August 10.England keeper Nick Pope played for club Burnley just 12 days after the Belgium defeat and could now miss six months with a dislocated shoulder suffered in the match against Aberdeen.Although the injury came about in an impact collision that could have happened at any time, the unions remain concerned about further lost playing time from tired players returning too early. impact Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more smart causal possible xi Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade NEW ERA England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won silverware possible standings PFA rules within Premier League and EFL players’ contracts state they must receive at least five weeks’ break over the course of a year, and are allowed three weeks off consecutively, which is usually afforded to them in the summer.According to the union, clubs ‘should not unreasonably withhold permission’ for players to take holiday, ‘subject to club commitments and international commitments’.FIFPro, the world players’ union, told the Times that at least 15 players had returned early after their exploits in Russia, risking injury and fatigue.A senior FIFPro source claimed clubs were subjecting their players to ’emotional blackmail’ by begging them to return. Jose Mourinho has complained about the lack of first-team players available to him in pre-season LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS 4last_img read more

PRINGLE COMMENDS FISHERMEN ON QUOTA PROTEST

first_imgThomas Pringle TD has today commended the fisherman who gave away his catch of monkfish rather than throw it back in the sea because of EU rules.Speaking on the matter today, the Independent TD for Donegal South West stated: “It was a brave decision by this skipper from Co. Wexford to highlight the crazy situation on Irish fishing quotas.“This action which highlights a campaign to oppose the EU rule that requires over-quota fish to be discarded is an admirable move to demonstrate the hardship and grave injustice that our fishermen are experiencing.” At present in Irish waters the French have 47% of the monkfish quota and the Spanish have 22%, leaving the Irish with only 7% of this take in our own waters – a situation described as ‘utterly ridiculous” by Deputy Pringle.“These 5,000 kilos of monkfish which skipper Seamus O’Flaherty caught was his monthly quota which was fished in 5 days, leaving this man unable to monkfish for three weeks now.“While it is of the upmost importance that our waters are not overfished, this event symbolises the plight of our fishermen who have such a small quota in our own waters compared to our European neighbours,” added Pringle.“I am therefore calling on Minister Coveney and the Sea Fisheries Protection Authority not to prosecute this man for what I view as a legitimate protest.” PRINGLE COMMENDS FISHERMEN ON QUOTA PROTEST was last modified: October 5th, 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:fishquotaThomas Pringlelast_img read more

HARTE SAYS OIREACHTAS ARTS FESTIVAL WILL BE MAJOR ECONOMIC BOOST

first_imgSenator Jimmy Harte says he hopes the Donegal economy will receive a significant boost at the start of November as it plays host to the Oireachtas Arts Festival from 31 October to 4 November.Failte Ireland has already indicated that accommodation in the Letterkenny area and its environs is limited as over 10,000 people are expected to descend on the town.TG4 will be providing live coverage of the Steip sean-nós dancing competition, while Otv, the dedicated online Oireachtas festival channel, will show highlights of various events portraying the spirit and essence of the Oireachtas Festival and RTÉ Radio na Gaeltachta will be broadcasting live throughout the Festival. Donegal Senator Jimmy Harte has said he is delighted that the Oireachtas have decided to return to Letterkenny, after it previously hosted the Festival in 2009.Senator Harte noted that, events such as this and the Gathering in 2013 are vital to the Donegal economy and in particular to the local tourism industry.http://www.discoverireland.ie/Whats-On/oireachtas-na-samhna-2012/504833  HARTE SAYS OIREACHTAS ARTS FESTIVAL WILL BE MAJOR ECONOMIC BOOST was last modified: October 24th, 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:economyjimmy harteOIREACHTAS ARTS FESTIVALlast_img read more

GARDA FOUND GUILTY OF SEXUAL ASSAULT AND HARASSMENT OF COLLEAGUES

first_imgBREAKING NEWS: A serving Garda has been found guilty of sexual assault and harassment in a trial involving two of his female colleagues.Garda Kevin Corby was found guilty of two charges of harassment and one charge of sexual assault on dates in 2010 and 2011 in Co Donegal.He was also found not guilty of four further charges of sexual assault while another charge of sexual assault was struck out earlier in the trial. The three day trial heard graphic evidence of how the two female Gardai were both sexually assaulted and harassed by Corby.Corby, who is in his 30s, faced seven charges of sexual assault and two charges of harassment but one of these charges of sexual assault was withdrawn by Judge John O’Hagan.The incidents happened simultaneously over a number of months in 2010 and 2011.It heard how the married officer insulted the women about their sex-life and their weight.The women revealed how they dreaded going to work on a daily basis because of the alleged harassment and one of them even tried to take her own life.He jibed them about needing to “get a good ride” and not eating too much or they wouldn’t get a man.The court also heard how Corby, on two different occasions, pushed them along a corridor in a swivel chair and pushed his groin up against them.On another occasion he pushed himself up against one of the women form behind and she could feel his erect penis pressing against her.One of the women also claimed that he put his hand into her Garda vest on one occasion and touched her breast.On another occasion while in a patrol car Corby put his hand on one of the female Garda’s leg and then moved it up towards her groin area and told her if her husband didn’t do it then he would.The court heard how the accused was known as Cheeky Corby.However the court also heard from three different male Gardai who also worked with Corby in the same station.One of the Gardai said he had never heard such remarks in his numerous years as a serving member.Another told how he told Corby to give it a break after he “crossed the line” with the female Gardai.However Corby told them “Fuck them, they are well able for it.”Summing up barrister for Corby, Mr Peter Nolan said the case was a “storm in a teacup” and “political correctness gone mad.”He also referred to the fact that one of the female Gardai had bought Corby red Santa boxer shorts as a present for Christmas – just weeks after some of the alleged incidents.“If you are going to join the Guards then you have to be able for a bit of banter.“This is a ridiculous case for prosecution to bring before the people of Ireland.“If we were all to be done for putting our hands on someone’s knee then we would all be in jail,” he said.But state barrister Patricia McLaughlin put it to the jury that if it was their wife, daughter or sister, would they not think it was indecent.Judge John O’Hagan said he was not passing sentence but would do so in January.He released Corby on his continuing bail for a probation and welfare report and also ordered victim impact statements.Corby was hugged by his wife while one of the female victims held hands with her husband as he cried.GARDA FOUND GUILTY OF SEXUAL ASSAULT AND HARASSMENT OF COLLEAGUES was last modified: November 2nd, 2013 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