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Liverpool’s Champions League return: ‘Balotelli has huge role to play’

first_imgDanny Murphy joins the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast to preview Tuesday’s Champions League game between Liverpool and Ludogorets Razgrad.Mario Balotelli is expected to lead the line with Daniel Sturridge out injured and Murphy says it is vital the summer signing, who struggled in Sunday’s shock defeat to Aston Villa, steps up and shows his true class.The former Reds star said: “He is going to have to show his quality because we have talked about his potential for a long time now. With Sturridge missing, it is a huge role for him tonight.”talkSPORT is the official radio broadcaster of all of Liverpool Champions League fixtures. Tune into talkSPORT on Tuesday to listen to the opening group match against Bulgarian side Ludogoretslast_img

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MEDIA BOX BLOG: RUNNING IN HEELS

first_imgHello,Monday morning has beckoned upon the Media Box HQ once again, the week ahead of us certainly is a busy one; we’ve plenty of exciting events to keep us busy.  And let’s not forget Super Valu’s Super Hero charity mountain climb is taking place this Sunday. The climb is in aid of the Donegal Hospice and Super Valu plan to raise €30000 by October for the good cause. There certainly is “Summit” about them!  We have been customising our costumes for weeks and we can’t wait to show them off, pink makes the boys wink and all that! Check out how well our training has been going in the exclusive picture! A massive congratulations to Mary Given from Laghey, Co. Donegal who is the lucky winner of €1,000 in this week’s Gallagher’s Bakery Grab a Grand competition. Mary is definitely a lucky name! Mary Given is actually the third Mary to have won the competition so far! After finding her golden ticket in her White Sliced Pan bought in Kee’s of Laghey, Mary was entered into a draw with other contenders and was randomly selected as this week’s Grab a Grand winner.Each week Gallagher’s Bakery will put 20 lucky golden tickets into their famous White Sliced Pan with one ticket holder walking away €1,000 richer. To be in with your chance to Grab a Grand pick up your Gallagher’s White Sliced Pan from any store, enjoy the new and improved recipe and keep your fingers crossed for the lucky loaf with the golden ticket.Our friends over at Smyth’s Daleside Feeds have been inundated with entries for the “Little Farmers” search. Smyth’s are looking for “Little Farmers” aged 15 and under to star in their 2012 calendar “Growing up on the Farm”. The calendar will highlight the top class quality of Smyth’s products whilst featuring junior farmers helping out on the farm. To see your son, daughter, niece, nephew, brother or sister, feature as little Miss/Mr. January, February or March please send a picture of their best farming pose to Smyth’s Daleside Feeds: [email protected] All applications must be made by a parent/ guardian over the age of 18.We will be minding our P’s and Q’s this week as we have several corporate events to plan! And there is nothing the Media Box team loves more than a good old challenge! Our top tune for today is “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” by Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell, hopefully it will get everyone in the mood for the big climb ahead of us. Please feel free to logon to http://www.facebook.com/mediabox and sing along.We hope you enjoyed this week’s update on our office antics and keep an eye on our Facebook page to hear all the latest news. Until next week….keep running in heels!The Media Box Team. XMEDIA BOX BLOG: RUNNING IN HEELS was last modified: August 15th, 2011 by BrendaShare 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

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FOUR DONEGAL BUSINESSES ON €13.7MILLION TAX DEFAULTERS’ LIST

first_imgA total of four Donegal businesses feature on the latest tax defaulters’ list.The 100-strong list, published by the Revenue Commissioners, made settlements totalling €13.77 million.Top of the Donegal list with a settlement of €106820 was Mac Machinery of Newtowncunningham which specialises in construction and civil engineering supplies. Steven Cole, an agricultural contractor from Trentaboy, Drumkeen paid out a total of €36395 while builder Seamus Gallagher of Portnoo Road, Ardara settled with Revenue for a sum of €43176.Joseph Brennan, a filling station and shop proprietor of 53 Orchard Drive handed over €25,299.FOUR DONEGAL BUSINESSES ON €13.7MILLION TAX DEFAULTERS’ LIST was last modified: March 15th, 2014 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:donegaltax defaulters listlast_img read more

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SA retailer opens in Angola

first_imgWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material South Africa’s biggest single brand store network, PEP, is extending its southern African store footprint into Angola and making a major investment in Africa’s fastest-growing country. In addition to the Lobito store, PEP plans to open more stores in Namibe, Benguela, Sumbe and Lubango within the next year. With the launch of its first store in Angola, PEP now operates in 11 southern African countries. PEP Africa has been operating for 10 years and has 38 stores in Zambia, 22 in Malawi and 30 in Mozambique. Distribution centre SAinfo reporter “According to our research, affordable clothing and products are the most important factors for Angolan customers.” “We chose Benguela as the location for our DC as this is central to our store expansion programme and essential to our logistical needs,” said Jacobs.center_img “We believe that our product offering of value for money and functionality is right for the Angolan market,” PEP Africa GM Willie Jacobs said in a statement at the end of October. The balance of PEP’s 1 310 stores are in South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, Swaziland and Zimbabwe. 7 November 2008 As part of its commitment to and investment in this new market, PEP has opened a 2 000 square metre dedicated distribution centre. Following extensive research in Angola over the last two years, PEP Africa was confident of its growth and success in the new market, with its first store opening in Lobito, central Angola, on 31 October. According to PEP, new Angola GM Gerrie Scheepers is fluent in Portuguese, and brings extensive and relevant experience, having been GM of PEP’s successful Mozambique operation for the past five years.last_img read more

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Will Aamir Khan’s Midas touch work for Dhoom 3?

first_imgActor Uday Chopra hopes Aamir Khan’s Midas touch works for the third Dhoom franchise. Aamir plays the bad man in Dhoom 3, which will see Abhishek Bachchan and Uday reprising their roles as Jai Dixit and Ali, respectively.”Now the pressure is on Aamir. With Aamir, whatever he touches turns to gold and with him in a brand like ‘Dhoom’, it makes it bigger than anything else. We are all excited,” Uday said.The first two movies of the Dhoom series found stupendous success. While John Abraham played the conman in the first installment, released in 2004, Hrithik Roshan took the baton for the 2006 film Dhoom 2.Apart from Aamir, the new entry in the Dhoom series is actress Katrina Kaif. Produced by Aditya Chopra, it is slated to release in 2013.Uday, who is focussing more on the Hollywood wing of his home banner, has been preparing for the movie. He even ended up in an accident while practicing a bike stunt called ‘stoppie’, but he says he is fine now.”I was shooting for ‘Dhoom’ on the motorcycle and I sprained my leg. It wasn’t that bad,” he said.Other than this, he says he doesn’t need to prepare much because he has played the role twice and is comfortable with it now.”I’m growing my hair and doing my own stunts. Luckily, I have done this role before, so I don’t have to do too much of preparation. I just need to learn my lines and show up,” he said.Jai and Ali have been sporting the same look since Dhoom and Dhoom 2 and will continue to do so in the next movie as well. Abhishek says its important to stick to the original characteristics of their parts.”The film needs to cater to a select audience and has a loyal fan base. I don’t think ‘Dhoom’ should go far away from that. Jai and Ali should not look completely different from what they have always looked,” he said.”I don’t want to lose the image the audience has of Jai Dixit. If I come suddenly with a different body and different clothes, Jai will lose his characteristics. Minor cosmetic changes are fine, but I would not like to change Jai and Ali too much,” Abhishek said.advertisementlast_img read more

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