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Remarks by Governor Wolf at Prison Population Reduction Announcement

first_imgRemarks by Governor Wolf at Prison Population Reduction Announcement SHARE Email Facebook Twitter January 19, 2016 Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Criminal Justice Reform,  Prison Reform,  Public Safety,  Remarks,  Videos Harrisburg Community Corrections CenterHarrisburg, PAlast_img


Couple plan for retirement and ready to sell family home

first_img14 Cayley Street, Everton Park, which is for sale.The couple moved to the Lockyer Valley three years ago for a ‘tree change’ and have decided to sell the home to consolidate their assets as they move into retirement.“We do miss the pool but also the easy access to everything as it’s only a two-minute walk to the bus stop and the shops,” Mrs Coogan said.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019 The pool at 14 Cayley Street, Everton Park.Set in Everton Park’s premier Trouts Estate, this really is the ultimate family home. The spacious, two-storey house sits on a huge 624sq m block with a north-easterly aspect.Upstairs, there are three generous bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and polished hardwood floors. There’s also a fourth room that could serve as an office or guest bedroom.The large kitchen features beautiful Tasmanian oak.There are two bathrooms – one upstairs and one downstairs. The kitchen at 14 Cayley Street, Everton Park.Maree Coogan spent more than two decades watching her children grow up in this Everton Park home.Now, she hopes another young family will enjoy living here as much as hers did.Mrs Coogan and her husband Michael bought 14 Cayley St in 1992, attracted by the location and the lifestyle it provided for their two children.center_img The rumpus room at 14 Cayley Street, Everton Park.Downstairs, french doors open out on to the front yard and a huge rumpus room offers fun for all the family or the perfect kids retreat.“We made it more liveable downstairs,” Mrs Coogan said.“The kids lived and slept down there in the early years and as they grew older, we made it more of a getaway from the upstairs area.”The Coogans also built a large, covered deck so they could enjoy a meal with friends and family while watching the kids play in the in-ground, saltwater pool.last_img read more


Januzaj must toughen up – Hughes

first_img Hughes, however, believes the 18-year-old needs to toughen up, and while he did not go as far as accusing Januzaj of diving, he highlighted the number of fouls the player seemed to win in their encounter at Old Trafford in October. “A manager will always protect his players and he is an outstanding talent and will be a top United player for many years to come,” said Hughes. “If David feels the boy needs protection that is why he has given the response he did, but you have to let kids stand on their two feet and get on with it. “He seems to garner a lot of fouls and a lot of decisions. In our game he came on as sub and got about five fouls in a very short space of time. At the time I didn’t think they were fouls.” Hughes pointed to the grounding United veteran Giggs had early in his career, which appears to have done him no harm as he continues to play past his 40th birthday. “Ryan was playing in the Lancashire A and B leagues and had to go to the likes of Marine away,” he said. “When you are a 14-year-old kid coming up against men you learn to deal with that early and I don’t think it is a bad thing. “I would imagine he (Giggs) is mentoring him now because he’s been in the same place.” Moyes has come in for criticism after suffering five Barclays Premier League defeats this season, including some surprise home losses, which has left them well off the pace even in the race for Champions League qualification. After Sunday’s win over Aston Villa, United boss David Moyes claimed officials were not doing enough to protect the young winger. “It’s terrible what they (opponents) are allowed to do to him at the moment because this boy’s an incredible talent. It’s for the referees – that’s their job,” the Scot said. Stoke manager Mark Hughes believes Manchester United’s Adnan Januzaj needs to learn to cope better with the physical demands of English football – and could learn a lot from Ryan Giggs. One of the accusations is that the Scot’s tactics are too negative, and while Hughes accepts there is a certain style of play expected from United, he believes opponents have sensed a chance to challenge the established order. “There is an expectation for United teams to play in a certain way but you have to give the opposition credit,” he said. “This year a lot of teams have gone to Old Trafford certainly thinking we’re going to have a go and see what happens and have been encouraged by the success they’ve had and we include ourselves in that [Stoke lost 3-2 at Old Trafford in October]. “It is probably a change in attitudes from opposition teams which has put United on the back foot.” Press Associationlast_img read more


Sri Lanka pick uncapped Vikum Sanjaya for South Africa Tests

first_imgSri Lanka’s have named rookie fast bowler Vikum Sanjaya Bandara in a 15-member squad for their three-Test series against South Africa later this month.The uncapped 24-year-old Bandara is one of four pacemen in the squad. Angelo Mathews returns to lead the side and Dinesh Chandimal will be his deputy.Both Mathews and Chandimal missed Sri Lanka’s recent tour of Zimbabwe due to injuries. Apart from the three Tests, Sri Lanka will also play five ODI matches and three T20 games against the Proteas.Test squad: Angelo Mathews (capt), Dinesh Chandimal (vice capt), Dimuth Karunaratne, Kaushal Silva, Kusal Perera, Dhananjaya de Silva, Kusal Mendis, Upul Tharanga, Dushmantha Chameera, Suranga Lakmal, Lahiru Kumara, Nuwan Pradeep, Vikum Sanjaya Bandara, Rangana Herath and Dilruwan Perera.last_img read more