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first_img Tweet Share Sharing is caring! 43 Views   no discussions Sharecenter_img LocalNews Nurses who bring the profession into disrepute must be disciplined-Dr. Valda Henry by: – August 24, 2011 Chief Executive Officer of V F Inc Dr. Valda Henry. (file photo)Chief Executive Officer of Consulting firm V F Inch Dr. Valda Henry has called for disciplinary actions to be instituted upon nurses who bring the profession into disrepute.Dr. Henry was delivering an address on the topic Embracing Ethics over Privilege” at the 54th anniversary of the Dominica Nurses Association on Monday.“That is why the profession must have its own ways of disciplining. The question is to what extent? I am sure you have received countless complaints about some of these nurses. What is being done about it? Are you still waiting for evidence? Yes you must have evidence but if there are so many complaints it requires an investigation. Your investigation will give you the evidence that you are looking for and so you must discipline,” she said.Dr Henry said the Code of Conduct is also a way of ensuring that nurses are disciplined.“You must have somewhere in your conditions of employment that requires that you uphold that code of conduct. In the person’s appraisal, the upholding of the code of conduct must be an element,” she added.Dominica Vibes News Sharelast_img read more

first_img Tweet Share Sharing is caring! Share 34 Views   one commentcenter_img Share LocalNewsRegional Dominica to invest in Four Seasons Project by: – January 13, 2012 Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Christopher Sinckler The stalled Four Seasons hotel project is about to get a major financial ‘shot in the arm’ which could see a restart of the multi-million dollar upscale tourism venture in the coming months.Word of this has come from Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Christopher Sinckler, who disclosed that the local NIS Scheme along with the National Insurance Schemes of Dominica and St. Vincent and the Grenadines, would be minority investors in the project.Paradise Beach Limited, the company seeking to restart Four Seasons, had sought a $60 million investment from the local NIS.Addressing the Barbados Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors conference at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre yesterday, the Minister said the Inter-American Development Bank’s (IDB) credit committee had already approved funding for Four Seasons, with the investment expected to be ratified by the IDB’s executive board meeting next month.Mr. Sinckler noted: “The IDB, along with ANSA Merchant Bank and Four Seasons – the company – have agreed to put upwards of US $180 million into the project to get it going again, along with our NIS (schemes) across the region. The [Barbados] NIS board has made a decision which has been formally communicated to Four Seasons officials and to me. “The IDB’s board is to give formal approval of the investment in early February…the credit committee has already approved it and, most likely, the board will approve…once the credit committee gives the go-ahead.” The Finance Minister revealed that he met recently with a number of Four Season villa investors, who indicated an interest to restart their investment in the project, on receipt of updated information within 30 days.Mr. Sinckler said the Four Seasons brand would enhance the island’s tourism and economic prospects over the longer term. julie.carrington@barbados.gov.bbBGIS Medialast_img read more

first_imgPALLEKELE, Sri Lanka (CMC) – Vice-captain Vishaul Singh struck a career-best fifth first-class century to spearhead a massive West Indies A batting effort on the second day of the second four-day ‘Test’ against Sri Lanka A here Tuesday.Unbeaten on 81 overnight at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, the left-hander carved out a superb 161 to lift West Indies to 509 for nine declared in their first innings.Opener Rajendra Chandrika, who had retired hurt on 51 on Tuesday’s opening day, returned to make 84 while tail-ender Kemar Roach chipped in with 39.At the close, captain Dimuth Karunaratne was holding the hosts’ innings together with an unbeaten 66 as they reached 128 for four – still 381 runs behind heading into today’s penultimate day.Wicketkeeper Niroshan Dickwella was not out on 38 and has so far put on 91 for the fifth wicket with Karunartne, a partnership which pulled Sri Lanka A around from danger at 37 for four.Seamer Roach trapped Avishka Fernando lbw for seven at 19 for one and Test batsman Lahiru Thirimanne followed for three, at 32 for two, when he was caught at the wicket off fast bowler Keon Joseph, who has taken two for four from four overs.Joseph removed Roshen Silva for a first-ball duck at 36 for three and with a run added, Charith Asalanka was lbw to off-spinner Rahkeem Cornwall for one.However, first ‘Test’ century-maker Karunaratne produced yet another excellent innings to stave off the collapse, facing 124 deliveries and counting 12 fours while Dickwella has struck two fours in his 65-ball knock.Earlier, resuming from their overnight 331 for five, West Indies A flourished thanks to the Guyanese pair of Vishaul and Chandrika who put on 54 for the sixth wicket.While Vishaul faced 306 deliveries and struck 16 fours, Chandrika hit nine boundaries off 84 balls, falling with his second first-class century in sight, when he was lbw to leg-spinner Jeffrey Vandersay.Vishaul, who reached triple figures 40 minutes before lunch, then added a further 90 for the seventh wicket with Roach, who hit four fours and two sixes in his 80-ball stay at the crease.The partnership took West Indies to lunch at 410 for six and helped the visitors increase their dominance in the second session, before Roach finally departed, an hour after the resumption.Off-spinner Charith Asalanka was the best bowler with four for 104.WEST INDIES 1st innings (o/n 331 for five)R. Chandrika lbw b Vandersay 84K. Powell c wkp.. Dickwella b Anuk Fernando 29S. Hetmyer b Asalanka 48S. Brooks c wkp. Dickwella b Kumara 3V Singh b Asalanka 161J. Hamilton run-out 99R. Cornwall lbw b Karunaratne 1K. Roach c Avishka Fernando b Asalanka 39G. Motie-Kanhai lbw b Asalanka 9D. Johnson not out 8Extras: (b-8, lb-3, w-9, nb-8) 28Total: (9 wkts decl., 137.4 overs) 509Fall of wickets: 1-52, 2-120, 3-140, 4-328, 5-331, 6-385, 7-475, 8-494, 9-509.Bowling: Asitha Fernando 19-2-63-0 (w-2), Kumara 20-2-78-1 (w-1, nb-2), Anuk Fernando 13-0-76-1 (w-6, nb-4), Vandersay 31-2-110-1, Gunaratne 17-3-61-0 (nb-2), Asalanka 33.4-7-104-4, Karunaratne 4-2-6-1.SRI LANKA 1st inningsD. Karunaratne not out 66Avishka Fernando lbw b Roach 7L. Thirimanne c wkp. Hamilton b Joseph 3R. Silva c Brooks b Joseph 0K. Asalanka lbw b Cornwall 1N. Dickwella not out 38Extras: (b-8, lb-4, nb-1) 13Total: (4 wkts, 40 overs) 128Fall of wickets: 1-19, 2-32, 3-36, 4-37.Bowling: Roach 8-3-18-1, Johnson 8-3-25-0, Cornwall 14-3-38-1, Joseph 4-1-4-2 (nb-1), Motie-Kanhai 6-0-31-0.Position: Sri Lanka A trail by 381 runs with six wickets intact.Toss: Sri Lanka A.Umpires: N. de Silva, R. Kottahachchi.last_img read more

first_img Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditBethune-Cookman (12-12, 6-4) vs. Maryland Eastern Shore (3-21, 2-7)William P Hytche Athletic Center, Princess Anne, Maryland; Saturday, 4 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: MEAC foes meet as Bethune-Cookman squares off against Maryland Eastern Shore. Both teams last played this past Monday. Bethune-Cookman won easily 87-68 at home against Howard, while Maryland Eastern Shore is coming off of a 68-67 overtime loss at Coppin State. VETERAN PRESENCE: Both of these teams have relied heavily on their seniors this year. AJ Cheeseman, Da’Shawn Phillip and Ahmad Frost have combined to account for 36 percent of Maryland Eastern Shore’s scoring this season and 49 percent of the team’s points over its last five games. For Bethune-Cookman, Isaiah Bailey, Cletrell Pope, Malik Maitland, Wali Parks and Leon Redd have combined to account for 70 percent of all Bethune-Cookman scoring, including 74 percent of the team’s points over its last five games.RAMPING IT UP: The Hawks have scored 59.8 points per game and allowed 67.4 points per game across nine conference games. Those figures both represent moves in the right direction from the 66.5 points scored and 76.4 points allowed per game to non-conference opponents.BRILLIANT BAILEY: Bailey has connected on 29.5 percent of the 44 3-pointers he’s attempted and has made 5 of 10 over his last five games. He’s also converted 78.3 percent of his foul shots this season.YET TO WIN: The Wildcats are 0-6 when they score 65 points or fewer and 12-6 when they exceed 65 points. The Hawks are 0-21 when they fail to score more than 67 points and 3-0 on the season, otherwise.COLD SPELL: Maryland Eastern Shore has lost its last three home games, scoring an average of 55.7 points while giving up 72.DID YOU KNOW: Bethune-Cookman has attempted 23.4 free throws per game this season, the 15th-highest rate in the country. Maryland Eastern Shore has gotten to the line far less frequently and is averaging only 14 foul shots per game (ranked 286th, nationally). Associated Press February 13, 2020center_img BCU, UMES meet in conference play ___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.comlast_img read more