LocalNews Geothermal potential in Dominica highly possible –Roseau Valley MP by: – March 15, 2012 Sharing is caring! Tweet Share Share 7 Views no discussions Share Dr. Colin McIntyre.Parliamentary representative for the Roseau Valley Constituency, Collin McIntyre has announced that Dominica’s geothermal potential seems highly possible. “I am very excited about the geothermal initiative as perused by the government of the day”, he told a press conference on Wednesday.McIntyre described the progress of the geothermal exploration project which is being undertaken in Laudat as “Dominica’s oil”.“We speak of taking Dominica to a much higher level and this is one of the ways we think we can do it. When I saw the venting of the gas, it gave me more hope. It is something that looks highly possible and I am thinking of generations to come and what this government has done in unlocking Dominica’s oil,” he said.“We are going to harvest it, harness it and see how we can lower the energy cost in Dominica,” he explained.According to McIntyre, after a visit to the site he feels assured that government is on the right track.The project he believes will assist in boosting the economy and create employment for citizens. “We are very serious about it and this is the future for Dominica,” he concluded.Dominica Vibes News
New Delhi: The body of 30-year-old Dinu Joseph, an ardent fan of Argentinian captain Lionel Messi, who went missing on June 22 was found on Sunday near Illikkal Bridge in Kerala’s Kottayam, police said.Joseph had gone missing on June 22, hours after Argentina’s 3-0 loss to Croatia in 2018 FIFA World Cup match. He had left a suicide note at home, stating that he was upset with Argentina’s defeat and was going to end his life.“I have nothing else left to watch in this world. I am going to the unfathomable depth of death. Nobody else is responsible for my death,” Joseph wrote in his suicide note.The family of Joseph had filed a missing complaint in the police station. Following the complaint, police started, along with fire brigade personnel, launched a search operation to find him.Two days later, police found his body near Illickal Bridge, in Meenachil River, around 10 kilometers from his village Arumanoor.According to reports, when police searched his room, they found “Messi, my life is for you, waiting to see you lift the Cup,” written in one of his books. For all the Latest Sports News News, Fifa World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Niger Tornadoes winger, Wilfred Angels Ammeh is quite excited after his side edged out league champions, Plateau United from the Aiteo Cup championship yesterday.The Ikon Allah Boys were forced to 2-2 draw by the Tin City side inÂ Sundayâ€™sÂ Aiteo Cup quarterfinals reverse clash at the Rwang Pam Stadium in Jos.The match could not holdÂ on SaturdayÂ as early scheduled due to heavy downpour that made the turf unplayable.The Minna landlords scored first off the foot of Ibrahim Babawo in the 25th minute while Isah Hussaini doubled the side lead from the penalty spot in the 40th minute to end the half as leaders.Bature Yaro scored a brace from the penalty spot in the 52nd and 90th minute to even scores at 2-2 for the Jos side.However, it was the Minna outfit that progressed to the Aiteo Cup semifinals on 4-2 aggregate after two unreplied goals win in the first fixture clashÂ on WednesdayÂ in Lokoja.Ammeh said his side are well-poised and strengthened to go ahead to challenge for the Aiteo Cup podium dance.Tornadoes will face title holders, FC IfeanyiUbah in the two-legged semifinals clash first in Lokoja on Saturday, September 30 and Wednesday, October 04 in Nnewi.AITEO Cup Quarter â€“Final Round -upÂ FIRST LEG MATCHESÂ MENNiger Tornadoes 2-0 Plateau UnitedOsun United 1-0 Sunshine UnitedFC IfeanyiUbah 3-0 ABS FCAkwa United 7-0 Katsina United FeedersÂ SECOND LEG MATCHESMENPlateau United 2-2 Niger Tornadoes (Aggregate 2-4)Sunshine United 3-1 Osun United (Aggregate 3-2)ABS FC 0-1 FC IfeanyiUbah (Aggregate 0-4)Akwa United Vs Katsina United Feeders (Wednesday, 27thÂ September)Â Â Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram