NCAA: San Beda sends Letran to 3-way tie for 4th seed

first_imgJo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ The defending champions improved to 16-1 and continued their winning streak to 15 games while the Knights dropped to 8-9, tying Arellano U and San Sebastian at the fourth spot.“It’s a rivalry game, we have to win this game to prepare us against Lyceum on our final game,” said Red Lions head coach Boyet Fernandez. “I commend Calvin [Oftana] for giving us a good start and Robert [Bolick] did a good job in the end.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogOftana’s seven points in the first period helped the Red Lions get a 21-14 edge in the first 10 minutes.Donald Tankoua, though, was the high-point man for San Beda with 15 points to go along eight boards while Oftana and Bolick had 13 points apiece. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson MOST READ Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netSan Beda came through in the clutch and defeated rival Letran, 73-68, in the NCAA Season 93 men’s basketball tournament Friday at Filoil Flying V Centre.The Red Lions mounted an 11-2 game-closing run to take a 72-65 lead with 1:12 remaining in the fourth with Robert Bolick scoring four points in the charge.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. center_img Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson View comments Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Bong Quinto led the Knights with 18 points and 10 rebounds while Jerrick Balanza had 16 points.Rey Nambatac struggled against the defense of Bolick as he put up just eight points on 3-of-13 shooting. For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Kyrie Irving on opening night showdown vs. Cavs: ‘There’s no pressure at all’ 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 awardlast_img read more

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‘We Are Innocent’: Redemption Health Workers Speak Out

first_imgRedemption Hospital, which has been operating and treating sick patients despite the Ebola outbreak, has decided to keep its doors closed until its appeal for a better hospital condition can be heard.Though the TB/HIV/AIDS Unit has been giving patients temporary treatment until the functions of the hospital can go back to normal, community dwellers who greatly depend on Redemption Hospital are skeptical about it ever opening its doors again.“This hospital is the only hospital my family and I come to. Now for the first time since the Ebola outbreak, their doors are locked,” stated Tenneh Kanneh. She arrived early morning to find the Mother and Child Section of Redemption closed.The vice president of the Health Workers Association Rev. Samuel F. Faley Jr., who is also a dispenser at the TB/HIV/ AIDS Unit at Redemption Hospital says conditions there are grave.Having been selected to speak for both the hospital and workers’ association, he says “workers fear losing their job if they speak out.”According to Rev. Faley, the hospital has been facing steep challenges. He also believes that they will also face the same test if they open their doors.“Because of fear, some of our staff are not coming to work. Just the other day, we were stoned by some angry community dwellers because of a pregnant woman who died. They said the patient didn’t die from Ebola but that we’re in a society where health workers are extracting kidneys and playing medicine. I am a God-fearing man, a pastor of a church and I know what the Bible says. We are not a part of it, we are innocent.”According to Rev. Farley, the Ebola outbreak has seriously affected health workers’ mentally, emotionally and physically. “It has affected us directly because five of our colleagues are dead and gone. Our friends that we once talked to and did things in common with are no more; we can’t do that anymore. It has affected us directly because it is in Liberia our home, where we live. I would love to have good things happen in Liberia because it is my country, and have to do something about it to see it well,” he sadly added.He also stated that the Government of Liberia should begin to see the brave sacrifices that health workers are making during the Ebola outbreak.“Some health workers have worked here volunterly for over 10 years and still have not been employed or put on the payroll. We are being threatened everyday by people while some of our workers have stopped coming to work because of that,” he stressed.Rev Faley used the occasion to ask for increment in their salary. He it should be increased to L$8,000.The Redemption Hospital spokesperson also called on donors to reach out to the hospital and help with protective gears.“There are so many things that we need to list a few. We need medical trays to dispense medicine, gloves, sanitizers and sponges to check tablets. Medicine needs to be stored at a certain tempature and we need air conditioner.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Hackers Attack Lonestar MTN Network

first_imgLonestar Cell MTN has revealed that it is experiencing unprecedented and repeated cyber-attacks in the form of Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS) from hackers. The situation has caused intermittent service disruptions in the delivery of the company’s data and other services. The company in a statement said it is profoundly disturbed to find its competitors treading on such unorthodox practice that could have far reaching national security and economic implications. “For the past weeks, we noticed a constant build-up of artificial volumes of data on our internet links. These artificial volumes are caused by malicious cyber activities that target our system with the aim of clogging or blocking connectivity in the network. “However, we continue to react and restore service to each incident as it happens. From all indications, these attacks are only directed at Lonestar in the telecommunications sector and they have serious national security and economic implications,” the Lonestar statement said. Meanwhile, Lonestar, with support from the MTN Group, has secured the services of Arbor International, a credible international anti-cyber attack firm that is providing permanent solution to the attacks in a bid to ensure that the full protection of its customers is kept as a matter of priority. The international anti-cyber-attack firm, Arbor International, has confirmed in a research report that such attacks usually emanate from hackers and criminals financed by competitors.However, this developing global threat, which is only directed at Lonestar in the West African region, is becoming a serious international concern. Recently, Israeli law enforcement arrested Yarden Bidani and Itay Huri as part of a United States FBI investigation into their alleged control of vDOS, one of the most popular paid attack platforms. The two teens were reported to have been paid over USD618, 000 to knock websites offline.Lonestar Cell MTN is pleading to the Liberian authorities to take this issue seriously, because this threat could affect other financial institutions.The cellular network provider is calling on the government through its security apparatus to institute immediate investigation into the matter as these DDOS attacks amount to economic sabotage and calls on the LTA to ensure that Liberia urgently joins Africa CERT, an organization setup to protect countries around Africa against cyber threats. These DDOS attacks, the statement added, were undermining government revenue intake and denying Lonestar subscribers of adequate services. Lonestar has meanwhile reassured its many subscribers that they are guaranteed the best service in the sector as this situation is being handled. “All the necessary preparations are being concluded to launch the best and most efficient internet service that will give our customers superior internet experience as they continue to explore the Bold New Digital World,” the statement said.Meanwhile, according to a report by Joshua Philipp of Epoch Times, on the situation case, major websites including Netflix, Amazon, Twitter, Reddit, and others sputtered out on Oct. 21, as the cyberattack with record-breaking power brought down Dyn, an internet infrastructure company that, among other services, provides domain name services to keep websites running.The attack should have actually been expected—and we can expect similar attacks to follow in the future.An unknown group of hackers launched the attack with a new form of malware known as Mirai, which was posted on the internet on Oct. 1 for anyone to download and use. As Epoch Times reported on Oct. 6, the malware allows just about anyone to launch attacks capable of bringing down portions of the internet.Mirai is unique in how it pulls its strength for attacks. It infects a massive network of devices connected to the internet—such as baby monitors, security cameras, and Wi-Fi thermostats—and uses processing power from these devices to overwhelm internet servers with fake traffic, forcing them offline.A movement is now underway to secure devices used in the attacks, often called internet-of-things (IoT) devices, which often have little or no built-in security to guard against hackers.The Mirai malware will only lose steam as the unknowing owners of the infected devices toss them out or replace them with newer ones.A U.S. government agency is now working with law enforcement, the private sector, and the research community to “develop ways to mitigate against this and other related malware,” said Jeh Johnson, secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, in an Oct. 24 statement about the Mirai malware’s role in the Dyn attack.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Serious crime down by 42% in G Division – Commander

first_imgSerious crime in Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) and on the Essequibo islands of Wakenaam and Leguan have decreased by 42 per cent.This is according to Divisional Commander Khali Pareshram. According Pareshram, this is as a result of preventative policing and advanced training ranks received.Commander Khali PareshramDuring an interview with Guyana Times, the Divisional Commander said that Police presence in various communities has played an integral role in crime fighting. He said that ranks were tasked with visiting communities and interacting with the populace, and based on the walkabouts and the intelligent gathering then operations are planned and executed.He noted that in 2017 bicycle patrolling was introduced enabling law enforcement ranks to visit communities. This anti-crime strategy assisted in the process and fostered stronger relationships between the Force and residents.Pareshram said that within the Division there were two major ports of entry namely Supenaam and Charity and as such, high numbers of “stop and searches” were conducted on a regular basis. These operations, the Commander said, have unearthed narcotics and illegal weapons.According to the Commander, by March 2018, two Police Stations within the district will be equipped with modern ID parade rooms and also rooms for domestic violence cases. Children will also be accommodated in a different room when dealing with domestic violence cases.Speaking about the challenges in the Region, the commander said that one of the major concerns remained the fact that often times witnesses of crimes were reluctant to give statements to the Police.He added that another challenge was the lack of street lights especially in the housing schemes. This poses a huge difficulty for ranks to properly execute their work. The Commander is hoping that 2018 be a better year for the Region, and has called for the continued cooperation of residents in the fight against illegal activities. (Indrawattie Natram)last_img read more

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Peace Motocross Association’s final races of the season shortened due to weather

first_imgCHETWYND, B.C. – The wild weather made motocross racing interesting on Saturday in Chetwynd, as the Peace Motocross Association held their final two races of the 2016 motocross season.Saturday’s torrential downpour helped to turn the dirt track at the Pine Valley Raceway into a genuine mud pit. Race organizers ended up having to cancel the 2nd afternoon set of motos due to the cold temperatures and lack of visibility. The 2nd set of motos also needed to be cancelled on Sunday afternoon, due to a late start while organizers waited for the track to dry up.Yesterday saw much improved conditions that resulted in races that were far more exciting to watch after Saturday’s rain-soaked races. Over 150 riders from Fort St. John, the rest of the Peace, and as far away as Terrace took to the track making for some exciting races.- Advertisement – Round 10 of the PMA's motocross season at the Pine Valley Raceway near Chetwynd on Sunday. Photo by Chris Newton Round 10 of the PMA’s motocross season at the Pine Valley Raceway near Chetwynd on Sunday. Photo by Chris Newton Round 10 of the PMA's motocross season at the Pine Valley Raceway near Chetwynd on Sunday. Photo by Chris Newton Round 10 of the PMA’s motocross season at the Pine Valley Raceway near Chetwynd on Sunday. Photo by Chris Newton Round 10 of the PMA's motocross season at the Pine Valley Raceway near Chetwynd on Sunday. Photo by Chris Newton Round 10 of the PMA’s motocross season at the Pine Valley Raceway near Chetwynd on Sunday. Photo by Chris Newton Round 10 of the PMA's motocross season at the Pine Valley Raceway near Chetwynd last August. Photo by Chris Newton Round 10 of the PMA’s motocross season at the Pine Valley Raceway near Chetwynd last August. Photo by Chris Newton Race organizer and PMA vice president Jason Berlinger says that with the final motocross event of the season complete, the association will be handing out awards for the season’s top points-getters next month at their annual awards dinner in Beaverlodge.The top three riders in each class on Saturday/Sunday are as follows:MX2 Expert: Gabe Elmore, Isaac Elmore, Darion Poisson/Darion Poisson, Gabe Elmore, Isaac ElmoreMX2 Intermediate: Daniel Elmore, Lcus MacLean, Ethan Toews/Daniel Elmore, Mike Griffiths, Bailey GarrisonMX3 Junior: Aaron Glasgow, Clayton Enax, Sig Demoulin/Calyton Enax, Jason Ruecker, Barry PorterMX3 Novice: Jayden Bouchard, Austin Douglas, Denis Duquette/Denis Duquette/Jayden Bouchard, Austin DouglasSchoolboy: Timber Wuthrich, Brennan Voth, Riley Sorenson/Brennan Voth, Cole Sorenson, Timber WuthrichLadies: Haylee Brassard, Crystal Wuthrich, Courtney Chalmers/Michelle Vaskic, Haylee Brassard, Stephanie Wallis50cc (aged 7-9): Conrad Hall, Hunter Dorner, Ethan Lewis/Conrad Hall, Garrett Schroeder, Jayden Ostazewski80cc (aged 7-11): Logan Fowler, LT McDonell, Connor McCarron/LT McDonell, Logan Fowler, Connor McCarron80cc (aged 12-16): Kaarden Greco, Riley Sorenson, Aiden Proctor/Riley Sorenson, Aiden Proctor, Kaarben GrecoVet Master: Nathan Siott, Connor Veitch, Calvin Roberts/Nathan Siott, Connor Veitch, Conan FowlerVet Junior: Jeremy Young, Andrew Forbes, Scott MacGregor/Jason Ruecker, Travis Bjorklund, Andrew Forbes25+: Erik Harvey, Denan Mazur/Erik Harvey, Denan Mazur, Allan BeattieYouth: Hayden Woolf, Jake Bussemakers, Darwin Hayward/Isaac Elmore, Darion Poisson, Hayden Woolf65cc: Orrin Elmore, Easton Hall, Ty Allen/Orrin Elmore, Easton Hall, Lynden DemoulinMX2 Junior: Clayton Enax, Tyler Schulte, Cole Sorenson/Denis Duquette, Clayton Enax, Cole SorensonMX2 Novice: Austin Douglas, Jayden Bouchard, Kolten Neal/Jayden Bouchard, Austin Douglas, Reed MerrickMX3 Expert: Jake Bussemakers, Nathan Siott, Hayden Woolf/Hayden Woolf, Jake Bussemakers, Nathan SiottMX3 Intermediate: Daniel Elmore, Dylan Grodmadzki, Treyton Nichols/Daniel Elmore, Bailey Garrison, Dylan GrodmadzkiSupermini: Aidan Proctor, Kaarben Greco, Holden Rosebush, Reed Merrick, Aidan Proctor, Kaarben Greco50cc Intermediate (aged 4-6): Jesse Burt, Justin Schroeder, Tyson Lewis/Jesse Burt, Justin Schroeder, Greyson Richardson50cc Beginner (aged 4-6): Spencer Hall, Mikayla Lewis, Niko Berlinger/Cale Harris, Niko Berlinger, Mikayla Lewislast_img read more

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Betty Ford recovering from unnamed surgery

first_imgRANCHO MIRAGE – Former first lady Betty Ford was recovering from unspecified surgery in a local hospital Thursday, the office of the late President Gerald Ford said. The surgery occurred earlier in the week and she was “recovering well” at Eisenhower Medical Center, the statement said. No other information will be released for several days, the statement said. Ford is 88. Her birthday is Sunday. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! After her husband’s death on Dec. 26 at age 93, she went on an arduous cross-country trip accompanying his body for services in California, Washington, D.C., and Michigan. First lady from 1974 to 1977, she earned wide respect through her frankness as she battled breast cancer, arthritis and addictions to drugs and alcohol.last_img read more

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Meaty drama unfolds for U.S. skeleton team

first_img“There’s a misconception out there about this team,” U.S. assistant coach Greg Sand said from St. Moritz, Switzerland, where the team races this weekend. “Some people back home might think that after all that’s happened to this team, that we’re going to blow this chance. Believe me, that is not going to happen.” These are tough times for the U.S. skeleton program, which lost top women’s slider Noelle Pikus-Pace to injury in October, coach Tim Nardiello to suspension over sexual harassment allegations in December, and its best men’s slider Zach Lund in a doping scandal – reportedly triggered by a hair-restoration product – this month. Soon, members of the United States’ skeleton team get their once-every-four-years moment in the spotlight, a chance to jump on sleds and slide head first at ridiculous speeds down a winding mountainside course in pursuit of Olympic glory. And even after weeks of scandal and suspensions, their mission hasn’t changed. Somehow, the team remains an optimistic bunch, although it could get to Turin without Nardiello, Lund (a gold-medal favorite awaiting a ruling on his doping appeal) and Pikus-Pace, the 2005 overall World Cup champion who missed the first half of the season with a broken leg. Lund was picked for the Olympic team provisionally, depending on his appeal. Pikus-Pace is not on the Olympic roster, since the women earned one start position for Turin instead of two; she’s the top alternate. And Nardiello is nominated as the coach, but it’s unknown if the USOC will credential him. Say this for the team: It’s now adept at blocking out drama. “We just aren’t talking about it much,” Ellis said. “The decisions regarding Tim and Zach are out of our control. We are wishing the best (for) both of them, but at the same time, we are basically moving forward with what we have.” A change of scenery may do the team some good. It arrived in Konigssee without Nardiello, who went to a courtroom in a failed bid to rejoin his team last weekend. Nardiello is accused of making some inappropriate and innuendo-laden comments, trying to kiss U.S. slider Felicia Canfield, and got himself into more trouble by dating a skeleton athlete from New Zealand. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa AnitaAnd last weekend, the team had subpar results at a World Cup race in Konigssee, Germany. None of the men’s sliders finished higher than 15th; among the women, only Pikus-Pace was better than 11th. In short, nothing is going right. “This has definitely been an interesting season,” said Kevin Ellis, one of three men picked this week to the Olympic team. “I can’t think of a more stressful season than this one. … Hopefully, the worst of the negative media is over and we can move forward into the Olympic Games with positive, enjoyable memories.” Nardiello’s quest for reinstatement resumes in Albany, N.Y., on Wednesday, when he and the U.S. Bobsled and Skeleton Federation are set to begin a two-day hearing before an arbitrator. The hearing is scheduled to include sworn testimony from Nardiello’s accusers. It’s unclear how quickly the arbitrator will rule following the hearing, which is independent of the U.S. Olympic Committee’s ongoing inquiry into Nardiello’s conduct. last_img read more

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Suspect competent for trial

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2The judge withdrew his declaration after talking with Jones’ attorney at the time. However, once such doubt has been declared and criminal proceedings have been suspended, a defendant is entitled to a competency hearing under state law. “In order to comply with the technicalities in the law, even though it appears there was no sufficient basis to declare doubt and even considering the fact that the judge withdrew his declaration of doubt, the more cautious and prudent thing to do was send it out for a competency evaluation and to provide him with a hearing he is entitled to under the law,” Deputy District Attorney Michael Blake said. Jones is scheduled to appear June 16 for a preliminary hearing where a judge will determine if there is enough evidence to warrant a trial. Jones is charged in the Nov. 12, 2004, robbery-slaying of 24-year-old Neil Hacker, who was shot to death in the back seat of a sport utility vehicle in an auto-service bay where he worked at Critical Car Care in Quartz Hill. Jones also is accused of killing Sharon Ann Willis, 49, of Lancaster, who was beaten on the head with a rock pick. Her body was found Dec. 7, 2004, in a Lancaster field used as a storage yard off Sierra Highway. LANCASTER – After being declared mentally competent, an ex-convict who once said in court that he didn’t care if he got the death penalty is expected to stand trial on charges of shooting an auto shop worker to death and fatally beating a prostitute. Steven Jones’ Antelope Valley court appearances have been marked by outbursts in which he yelled and swore at a judge and demanded to plead guilty at three separate hearings. Jones, 38, was found competent to stand trial after a hearing last week in downtown Los Angeles Superior Court. He remains in custody with no bail. A judge had declared a doubt about Jones’ competency and suspended court proceedings after hearing the defendant’s outbursts in April 2005. Jones also faces burglary and attempted-murder charges in a Dec. 12 attack on a man and his nephew at a Lancaster home where Jones once stayed. Both victims were left in comas, although they are out of the hospital now, relatives said. Arrested in Arizona in January 2005 in the attempted-murder case, Jones was already in custody when prosecutors filed the two murder charges. Special-circumstance allegations in the murder cases make Jones eligible, if convicted, for the death penalty or life in prison without possibility of parole. A district attorney’s committee will decide after the preliminary hearing whether to seek the death penaltyfor Jones, who has a criminal record dating back to 1987, with convictions for burglary, assault with a deadly weapon, robbery and spousal abuse, mostly in Riverside County. karen.maeshiro@dailynews.com (661) 267-5744160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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KNOCKALLA CUP: BONAGEE NEED PENALTIES TO GET PAST FANAD

first_imgKnockalla Cup – Bonagee Utd 0 Fanad Utd 0 (Bonagee won 3-2 on pens)Bonagee made it into the hat for the next round, but only just, after a spirited display by a Fanad team who conceded four against the same opposition last week. With player-manager Arthur Lynch and Seimi Friel marshalling their defence well, Bonagee were finding it very difficult in putting keeper Paddy Kelly under any pressure.The first of few opportunities for the home side came in the 17th minute when Kevin Barr, who was busy throughout the game, shot straight at Kelly following a knockdown from Aidan McLaughlin.Fanad had a couple of chances of their own before half time, the most notable an effort from Davitt Walsh that went narrowly over.The second half was evenly matched and again, opportunities were scarce. Fanad almost broke the deadlock in the 61st minute when a Declan McGarvey effort struck the outside of the post from distance. The game went into extra-time and the thirty minutes produced no goals, so it meant the dreaded penalty shootout.The home side emerged victorious from this three goals to two, with Appiah & McGinley missing for Bonagee and Lynch, McGarvey and Walsh unlucky for the visitors. Ref Marty McGarrigle. KNOCKALLA CUP: BONAGEE NEED PENALTIES TO GET PAST FANAD was last modified: February 14th, 2016 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:BonageeFANAD UNITEDKnockallalast_img read more

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HOW OUR PAST IS BEING PRESERVED IN DIGITAL STORIES

first_imgStorytelling has been a human characteristic for thousands of years.We have left our stories wherever we have lived: on mountain sides, on the walls of caves, in the spoken word through myth and song, and synopsised billions of tales through poetry and rhyme. Indeed, everyone has a story to tell…A new, innovative and accessible way of story telling has now emerged in the form of Digital Stories. These anecdotes are short, personal multimedia tales told from the heart which put the narrator at the centre of the process. As such, the audience receive a genuine, unedited, more democratic form of storytelling.In 2013, two groups of service users, the Creative Writing Group from the Rehab Care Resource Centre in Lifford and the Social Group from the Garden Centre in St Conal’s Hospital, Letterkenny, were given the opportunity to create their own digital stories.The project meant the coming together of a number of other agencies, including: the Donegal Education and Training Board, Letterkenny Institute of Technology and the Regional Cultural Centre in Letterkenny. Each agency became an integral part of an overall process which was expertly and sympathetically facilitated by Kevin Mc Monagle.Kevin said: “The digital stories project was transformational for all involved. Creating these autobiographical short narratives allowed us to reflect on the core events in our lives, whilst at the same time providing us with a rare and wonderful view into the real lives of others… For more information on Digital Storytelling, please contact: Mr Seamus Gordon, Social Worker, St Conal’s Hospital Letterkenny – 087 267 1367 HOW OUR PAST IS BEING PRESERVED IN DIGITAL STORIES was last modified: May 29th, 2014 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:digital storiesdonegaloral history projectlast_img read more

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