Turks and Caicos heads to the polls

first_img 18 Views   no discussions Tweet Share Share Leaders of the two main political parties in the Turks and Caicos Islands: Rufus Ewing (L), Progressive National Party (PNP); and Oswald Skippings, Peoples Democratic Movement (PDM)PROVIDENCIALES, Turks and Caicos Islands — After more than three years since elected ministerial government was suspended in the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) by Britain following allegations of widespread government corruption, general elections will be held in the territory on Friday.The election is being contested by 37 candidates, drawn from three political parties and two independents.There are 19 seats in the TCI House of Assembly, with 15 being directly elected and the other four appointed by the governor, of which two are nominated by the premier and the leader of the opposition respectively. Ten of the seats are elected in single member constituencies and five seats are “at large”.A team of independent election observers from the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association British Islands & Mediterranean Region (CPA BIMR), which arrived on Tuesday, will be monitoring the election process. The team is expected to present its report to the governor before departure on Sunday. The observer team was selected, in coordination with the Association of Caribbean Electoral Organisations (ACEO), and includes Members from the UK Parliament and the Parliament of Gibraltar, together with observers from BVI, Guyana, Jamaica and St Lucia. “This week marks the start of a much heralded and long anticipated new chapter in the history of the Turks and Caicos Islands,” said Governor Ric Todd. “I am very much looking forward to the elections on Friday and appointing both the new premier and the leader of the opposition early next week, dependent, of course, on the electoral arithmetic from Friday’s poll. Todd added that the TCI that the territory endured a ‘perfect storm’ in 2008/9 of the breakdown of good governance, the consequences of the global financial crisis and Hurricane Ike. Even as the economy grew strongly in the boom years, the territory had increased its debt; investors turned away; and there was an increasing absence of confidence in the institutions of the TCI. The allegations of criminal activity related to this period are being dealt with through the territory’s courts.“Growth returned in 2010, has continued at 4.3% in 2011 and will carry on again this year; helped not least by the series of significant investments which have been announced in the past months,” Todd said.Oswald Skippings, leader of the Peoples Democratic Movement (PDM) appealed to the TCI people “to rise to the occasion, embrace this God given opportunity to rid ourselves of the albatross around our necks and the corrupt element of government, elect a government that is able to demand the attention, respect and cooperation of the British and transform this country by taking it in the right direction.”TCI election background:• TCI has a population of 31,458. Of these there are 7,377 verified Islanders with some 7,243 registered voters.• There are 19 seats in the TCI House of Assembly o 15 of these are filled by directly elected candidates o One additional members is nominated by the Premier and appointed by The Governor o One additional members is nominated by the Leader of the Official Opposition and appointed by The Governor o Two members from TCI Civic Society are appointed directly by The Governor• The 15 directly elected members are voted for on two simultaneous issued ballot papers o The first is for 10 Electoral Districts (think constituencies). This is a white ballot paper. Each voter votes for one candidate. o The second is for five All Island Districts (these are voted for on the second ballot papers in and votes are combined from across the country – effectively ‘first five past the post’). This is a green ballot paper. Each voter can vote for up to five preferred candidates.• The election is being contested by 37 candidates, drawn from three political parties and two independents. o People’s Democratic Movement (PDM): fielding 10 Electoral District candidates and five All Island candidates o Progressive National Party (PNP): fielding 10 Electoral District candidates and five All Island candidates o People’s Progressive Party (PPP) fielding five Electoral district candidates only o One independent candidate standing in one Electoral District o One independent candidate standing in the All Island listIn the meantime, arrangements are being finalised for the swearing in of the elected members of the House of Assembly as well as for the Ceremonial Opening of the Assembly next week. Proposed dates are:• Wednesday, Nov 14 – Swearing-in of Ministers• Monday, Nov 19 — Ceremonial Opening and the 1st sitting of the HouseCaribbean News Nowcenter_img Sharing is caring! NewsRegional Turks and Caicos heads to the polls by: – November 9, 2012 Sharelast_img read more

DAPD calls for disability friendly environment

first_imgLocalNews DAPD calls for disability friendly environment by: – January 22, 2014 35 Views   no discussions Share Share Tweetcenter_img Share Sharing is caring! Joan Joseph was one of the eighteen recipients of the wheelchairs yesterdayThe executive director of the Dominica Association of Persons with Disabilities (DAPD), Nathalie Murphy has appealed for a more disability friendly environment which would permit people with mobility impairment to live independently.Article 9 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities advocates for the enablement of persons with disabilities to live independently and participate fully in all aspects of life.“States Parties shall take appropriate measures to ensure to persons with disabilities access, on an equal basis with others, to the physical environment, to transportation, to information and communications, including information and communications technologies and systems, and to other facilities and services open or provided to the public, both in urban and in rural areas,” the Article further notes.Murphy, who made reference to Article nine’s reference on accessibility, said people with mobility impairment need the requisite equipment to enable them to move freely, as well as accessibility to do so.“If someone has a mobility impairment and they don’t have the necessary appliance, they don’t have the necessary equipment; I don’t think they can enjoy participating fully on an equal basis with others”.Hence, she said it is “very, very important that those with mobility impairments are presented and are able to access the equipment that they need to enable them to participate fully”.Yesterday, the Rotary Club of Dominica presented eighteen (18) members of the DAPD with wheelchairs to enable them to live independently.“It is important that when these individuals receive these equipment that they are able to utilize them,” Murphy said.In order to use the equipment, mobility impaired people must have access to the physical environment.The physical environment, according to Article 9 includes buildings, roads, transportation and other indoor and outdoor facilities including schools, housing, medical facilities and workplaces, information, communications and other services, including electronic services and emergency services.“We have heard of reports where persons with disabilities, in spite of the fact that they have these equipment, they cannot use it fully because their environment is not disability friendly, their home is not disability friendly,” Murphy explained.“We also have reports whereby when persons with disabilities who are wheelchair users want to go out, transportation is a problem. Some of them are denied going on the vehicles, on the buses because the drivers charge an extra fee for the wheelchairs and that prevents them from going out,” Murphy added.She therefore encouraged family members and homeowners to ensure that they provide access to people with disabilities especially those who are wheelchair users to ensure that they live independently. “So in spite of the fact that they are presented with wheelchairs, sometimes it is difficult for them to use it”.Murphy also challenged the Rotary Club of Roseau to partner with them on an educational program.“We would get the public, family members, all persons concerned to start creating access properly so that persons who are wheelchair users will be able to enjoy life and enjoy it fully and that they can participate equally in society,” Murphy stated. Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

Public Works employees stage protest

first_img Tweet Share LocalNews Public Works employees stage protest by: – July 15, 2014 Share Sharing is caring!center_img 22 Views   no discussions Employees of the Public Works Corporation (PWC) are this morning staging protest action outside the Arawak House of Culture in Roseau, which is opposite of the Financial Centre.This follows a meeting the employees held with their union, the Dominica Public Service Union (DPSU) on Monday, July 14, 2014.The employees, bearing placards and chanting “we shall not be moved” are peeved over several issues including the payment of insurance, overdue salaries and non-incremental contribution to the Dominica Social Security.“The reason for the protest this morning is that injustice cannot continue,” Cecil Tavernier of Scotts Head, who has been employed with the Corporation for over ten years, told Dominica Vibes.“We’re not getting projects, we’re not getting money, imagine I just don’t know how things are”.“We are very upset about that so we come there to show them that we need the jobs and we need money in our pockets. We have families, we have to feed them and we just cannot stand for that,” Tavernier lamented.About five members of the Commonwealth of Dominica Police Force were deployed outside of the Financial Centre as a security measure. “The mountain always standing, if you don’t go to the mountain, it won’t reach you,” another employee, Matthew Nelson said.“We met with our Union yesterday and we decide enough is enough, we have to reach to the Financial Centre today because we have to hear something from the Prime Minister,” Nelson added.He noted that the Minister of Public Works, Rayburn Blackmoore has not, in recent times, made any statements about the issues confronting the Corporation and as such “we don’t expect him to come there now to talk to us, we expect the Prime Minister to come and talk”.Meanwhile, general secretary of the Union, Thomas Letang told members of the media that the employees are showing their dissatisfaction over a number of things.“We have, over the past few months, done everything that is humanely possible to have the issues addressed,” Letang said.He added that attempts to meet with Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit and the Corporation’s board of management in an effort to resolve the issues have failed and “the problems continue”.The Union presented “maybe twelve different issues” to the Prime Minister in May of this year for his assistance in resolving.“I believe the best way to have gone about this thing is to sit and we would look at them one by one and try to see how that matter could be resolved”.“But it is sad that we have to arrive at the point where we are, where we have been trying to have these matters resolved and we are treated with disrespect,” Letang said.While Letang indicated that the Prime Minister called to request that the Union gives him “about a week to evaluate the situation” following their correspondence, he has not heard from him since.“I have been maybe every week calling the Prime Minister’s Office to make an appointment, you know to follow up on this and nothing has come out of that.According to Letang, this Friday, July 19, will be the second Friday that fortnightly paid employees have not been paid wages while the monthly paid employees have not been paid from last month.He added that Social Security benefits are not being honored, “their own contributions plus that of the employer is not being paid…so the employers are losing” and the “we have the problem with protective gears”.Letang further stated that the government owes Public Works more than three million dollars and as a result of that “there are certain projects that they just cannot do”.“It’s just a lot of issues, a lot of problems and we are just trying to see how these matters can be resolved,” he said. At the end of the protest, Letang noted, an evaluation of the decision will be made “and if nothing comes out of today’s protest, then we will decide how we move on, we may have to get the solidarity of other people and that might be the way we have to go”. – / 3Dominica Vibes News Sharelast_img read more

Weekly Digest: USDA suspends livestock RFID plan

first_imgUSDA suspends livestock RFID planThe USDA has halted a proposed timeline phasing in Animal Disease Traceability Act (ADT) eartag requirements.advertisementadvertisementLast April, the USDA released a schedule that would have transitioned to mandatory radio-frequency identification (RFID) eartags for all adult reproducing beef animals and dairy animals of any age, by 2023. (Read: Weekly Digest: Timeline set for RFID traceability program)In a statement released Oct. 25, the USDA’s Animal Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) said the agency would revisit the guidelines and removed a “factsheet” describing the plan from its website. The statement said the factsheet no longer represented current ag policy, citing livestock industry feedback and executive orders from President Trump seeking to limit any new requirements on American farmers and ranchers.According to APHIS: “While the need to advance a robust joint Federal-State-Industry Animal Disease Traceability (ADT) capability remains an important USDA-APHIS objective, we will take the time to reconsider the path forward and then make a new proposal, with ample opportunity for all stakeholders to comment.”While the agency puts mandatory steps on hold, the statement said APHIS still believes RFID devices provide the cattle industry with the best protection against the rapid spread of animal diseases. As the agency reconsiders whether or not to put new requirements in place, it will encourage the use of RFID devices through financial incentives.Earlier in October, the Ranchers-Cattlemen Action Legal Fund United Stockgrowers of America (R-CALF USA) filed a lawsuit seeking to block implementation of the USDA rule.advertisementAnimal activists may be posing as Census employeesThe Georgia Agribusiness Council (GAC) is warning all livestock producers to be aware that animal rights advocates may be masquerading as U.S. Census takers in an attempt to take photos of farming operations.According to GAC, attempts have been made to enter poultry operations in Georgia, Indiana and Oklahoma.In the Georgia Milk Producers’ recent newsletter, Farrah Newberry, executive director, provided information links and tips from the Animal Agriculture Alliance on how to verify if an individual is a Census Bureau employee:The field representative will present an ID badge that includes: Their name, their photograph, a Department of Commerce watermark and an expiration date.A field representative will be carrying an official bag with the Census Bureau logo or a laptop for conducting the survey.The field representative will provide you with a letter from the Census Bureau on official letterhead stating why they are visiting your residence.Field representatives conduct their work between the hours of 9 a.m. and 9 p.m., local time.Upon request, the field representative will provide you with their supervisor’s contact information and/or the phone number for your Census Bureau Regional Office. The regional office supervises the activities of all field representatives in your area.To independently confirm that the person is a Census Bureau employee, you can enter their name in the Census Bureau’s staff search website or contact the Regional Office for your state.12 named to National Dairy BoardTwelve dairy farmers have been named to three-year terms on the National Dairy Promotion and Research Board (NDB). Their terms run Nov. 1, 2019, through Oct. 31, 2022.Newly appointed members are: Justin Leyendekker and Stephen Weststeyn, California (Region 2); Nathaniel Moroney, Texas (Region 4); James Reid, Michigan (Region 9); and Joanna Shipp, Virginia (Region 10).Reappointed members are: Stephen Maddox, Michael Oosten and Arlene VanderEyk, California (Region 2); Manuel Caballero, Arizona (Region 3); Connie Seefeldt, Wisconsin (Region 6); Jennifer Heltzel, Pennsylvania (Region 11); and Bret Bossard, New York (Region 12).advertisementThe NDB is composed of 37 members: 36 members represent 12 geographic regions within the U.S., and one member represents importers. They develop and administer advertising and promotion programs designed to increase the demand for dairy products and ingredients. Activities are financed by a mandatory 15-cent-per-hundredweight assessment on milk for commercial use and 7.5-cent-per-hundredweight assessment on milk imported.FSA county committee elections set to beginThe USDA will begin mailing Farm Service Agency (FSA) county committee election ballots to eligible farmers, Nov. 4. To be counted, ballots must be returned to the local FSA county office or postmarked by Dec. 2.Each county committee has three to 11 elected members who serve three-year terms. One-third of county committee seats are up for election each year. Newly elected committee members will take office Jan. 1, 2020. County committee members help FSA make decisions on commodity support programs, conservation programs, indemnity and disaster programs, and emergency programs and eligibility.Producers must participate or cooperate in an FSA program to be eligible to vote in the county committee election. Producers who supervise and conduct the farming operations of an entire farm, but are not of legal voting age, also may be eligible to vote.Producers can find out if their local administrative area is up for election and if they are eligible to vote by contacting their local FSA county office. Eligible voters who did not receive a ballot in the mail can pick one up at their local FSA county office.   Digest HighlightsUSDA suspends livestock RFID planAnimal activists may be posing as Census employees12 named to National Dairy BoardFSA county committee elections set to begin Dave NatzkeEditorProgressive DairyEmail Dave Natzkedave@progressivepublish.comlast_img read more

UWF Women’s Basketball to Host 3-on-3 Tournament Fundraiser

first_imgUWF Women’s Basketball to Host 3-on-3 Tournament Fundraiser    PENSACOLA, Fla. – The University of West Florida women’s basketball team will host a 3-on-3 fundraiser tournament on Tuesday, October 26 at 7 pm in the UWF Field House. The event costs $40 per team, with proceeds benefitting the UWF women’s basketball team.Co-ed teams are encouraged at the event, and teams can field a minimum of three members and a maximum of five. A trophy will be given to the 1st place team, with prizes going to the top two teams.Teams can enter the tournament until the day of the event. The $40 registration fee is due at the time of entry.For more information on the event, contact women’s basketball Graduate Assistant Coach Jessie Ivey at jpi2@students.uwf.eduPrint Friendly Version Head Coach Shannan Bergen (Photo by Jim Hogue) center_img Sharelast_img read more

Former UWF basketball Hall of Famer Tommy Long passes away

first_img Share  PENSACOLA, Fla. – Former University of West Florida basketball player Tommy Long died on Sunday, December 23.  Long was a member of the men’s basketball team at UWF in 1974-76, and he played a key role on the 1975-76 team’s run to the NAIA national tournament.  The 1975-76 team was also inducted into the UWF Athletics Hall of Fame.Long attended Pensacola High School and received a basketball scholarship to play for Gadsden State Junior College and then UWF.  Long coached high school basketball in the Panama City, Fla. area and most recently at Citronelle High School near Mobile, Ala.  In 2008 he was named Mobile County Coach of the Year.For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. Print Friendly Version Former UWF basketball Hall of Famer Tommy Long passes awaylast_img read more

Zonal Employee Discount, Inilah Rahasia Terbang Murah Untuk Para Pekerja Maskapai

first_imgSelain itu, mereka juga menawarkan perjalaanan ZED pada kelas ekonomi atau premium. Berikut ini ada sembilan maskapai yang masuk dalam situs FLYZED dengan peraturannya.Air France, maskapai ini menyarakan bagi para karyawan yang melancong untuk memeriksa situs website mereka untuk memahami kondisi peraturan saat memesan penerbangan. Selain itu juga untuk memeriksa apakah penerbangan yang akan Anda gunakan beroperasi. Hal ini juga merekomendasi dalam mengecek imigrasi dan penumpang harus mencantumkan serta memesan penerbangan tidak lebih dari 30 hari sebelum tanggal penerbangan, ini harus dilakukan melalui situs khusus tersebut.Garuda IndonesiaKaryawan Garuda Indonesia sudah barang tentu mendapat fasilitas seperti halnya karyawan di maskapai internasional lainnya. Garuda Indonesia diketehaui ikut tergabung dalam ZED. Selain itu, Garuda Indonesia juga mempuyai Interline Staff Travel untuk pemberian fasilitas diskon bekerjasa dengan maskapai-maskapai yang tergabung dalam aliansi Skyteam, terdiri dari 15 maskapai. Mau tahu berapa diskon penerbangan yang dapat dinikmati? Sebagai bagian dari benefit level diskon yang disediakan antara 25 sampai 90 persen. Memang menggiurkan bisa bekerja di maskapai penerbangan.Alaska Airlines, daftar untuk penerbangan maskapai ini berdasarkan situsnya. Para penumpang yang mendaftar secara online dapat check in melalu situs penerbangan maupun konter di bandara. Nantinya setelah melakukan check in, para pelancong akan masuk dalam daftar tunggu dan mereka harus siap untuk naik pesawat setidaknya 40 menit sebelum keberangkatan.American Airlines, Anda sebagai penumpang maskapai ini memerlukan tiket elektronik untuk perjalanan biasa dan ZED yang tersedia. Semua pelancong yang sudah memenuhi syarat juga harus menampilkan nomor tiket elektronik ZED (eZED) dan daftar penerbangan yang valid untuk perjalanan. Operator penerbangan ini memerlukan pendaftaran penerbangan dilakukan setidaknya 48 jam untuk penerbangan internasional dan 12 jam untuk penerbangan lainnya seperti domestik.British Airways, maskapai milik Inggris ini mengharuskan semua penumpang untuk mencantumkan nomor penerbangan mereka melalui situs khususnya. Pencantuman ini harus dilakukan 48 jam sebelum penerbangan. Pelancong juga harus membuat daftar baru jika ada perubahan pada penerbangan mereka dan harus check in di konter 60 menit sebelum keberangkatan.Delta Airlines, berbasis di Atlanta, maskapai yang satu ini mewajibkan semua karyawan dan pelacong yang memenuhi syarat dengan membuat daftar dan membeli tiket melalui myIDTravel. Tak lupa, mereka juga harus check in melalui agen Delta atau di konternya.Baca juga: Mau Berburu Tiket Penerbangan Murah, Simak Tips DisiniJetBlue, maskapai ini mengharuskan semua wisatawan untuk mencantumkan penerbangannya di website milik mereka. Dari website ini, penumpang dapat memeriksa secara online atau melalui aplikasi di smartphone baik iOS maupun Android antara 24 jam dan 90 menit sebelum keberangkatan. Sedangkan konter check in akan menerima penumpang hingga 30 menit sebelum pesawat berangkat.KLM, maskapai milik negara kincir angin ini hanya menerima tiket elektronik ZED pada penerbangannya. Pelancong dapat melakukan check in di situs maskapai penerbangan atau melalui konter di bandara. Para penumpang di harapkan sampai ke gerbang keberangkatan tepat waktu.Lufthansa, bagi karyawan dan pelancong yang memenuhi syarat untuk penerbangan, biasanya maskapai ini mengeluarkan daftarnya melalui situs mereka sebelum terbang. Para pelancong dan karyawan diharapkan melakukan check in 60 menit sebelum keberangkatan. Tetapi untuk para pelancong baiknya memeriksa situs milik Lufthansa pada waktu-waktu tertentu.United Airlines, pelancong yang memenuhi syarat diminta untuk mendaftarkan dirinya pada 48 jam sebelum keberangkatan untuk penerbangan internasional dan 12 jam untuk penerbangan lainnya. Listing harus dibuat di UA Web Flight Listing Tool di situs ID90T.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedSerba Lebih Ketat, Inilah Tarif Dasar Ekonomi Penerbangan di Negeri Paman Sam01/03/2017In “Destinasi Udara”Hari Pelanggan Nasional, Maskapai Indonesia Beri Diskon, Sapa Penumpang Hingga Ganti Logo Boarding Pass05/09/2019In “Bandara”Meski Didera Badai Covid-19, Inilah Empat Maskapai Anti Bangkrut! Semuanya dari Asia24/08/2020In “Analisa Angkutan” Sumber: tallinn-airport.ee Bekerja di maskapai penerbangan internasional serasa jadi impian bagi banyak orang, selain gaji memikat, menjadi pekerja di dunia airlines juga padat dengan beragam fasilitas, sebut saja seperti terbang gratis di maskapai sendiri, dan ada program diskon khusus untuk menikmati jasa penerbangan dari maskapai lain di seluruh dunia. Ini tentu menjadi daya pikat tersediri, mengingat kocek untuk travelling ke luar negeri bisa menjadi jauh lebih murah.Baca juga: Nah Ini! Trik Unik Buat Cari Tiket Pesawat MurahKabarPenumpang.com merangkum dari laman tripsavvy.com, program ini masuk dalam Zonal Employee Discount (ZED), dimana lebih dari 175 operator global menawarkan tarif diskon untuk karyawannya berdasarkan kesepakatan multilateral dan berada di bawah ZED Multilateral Interline Business Agreement (MIBA). Maskapai-maskapai yang tergabung dalam forum ini biasanya berpartisipasi dengan menawarkan tarif rendah, menegah atau tinggi berdasarkan kapasitas tempat duduk yang tersedia.last_img read more

Girls soccer: Parkway knocks off Shreve, Calvary

first_imgThe Parkway Lady Panthers picked up soccer victories Monday and Tuesday.On Monday night, the Lady Panthers knocked off Captain Shreve 4-1 in a District 1-I game at Lee Hedges Stadium. They followed that with a 6-1 rout of Calvary Tuesday night at Calvary’s Jerry Barker Stadium.Parkway improved to 10-8-3 overall and 4-1 in district.Mackenzie Kleinpeter scored two goals in the victory over Shreve, including a penalty kick. Sara Funderburk also scored on an assist from Madison Mitchell. The Lady Panthers also scored an own goal. Madelyn Elliott had four saves.Kleinpeter and Funderburk had two goals each in Tuesday’s win over Calvary. Morgan Provost and Elliott scored one each. Liz Knight had three assists. Kleinpeter and Ali Kelly had one each.Parkway didn’t win a game, but the Lady Panthers held their own against some of the state’s top teams in the Mandeville Holiday Classic Dec. 29 and 30.Parkway played four teams ranked in the Louisiana High School Soccer Coaches Association Division I poll. They lost to No. 2 Dominican 1-0, No. 3 Mandeville 2-0, No. 6 Northshore 2-0 and tied No. 9 Acadiana 0-0.Parkway lost to Dominican 3-0 in the second round of the playoffs last season.— Russell Hedges, rhedges@bossierpress.comTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAspireAbove.comRemember Abby from NCIS? Take A Deep Breath Before You See How She Looks NowAspireAbove.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndolast_img read more

Video | UK Media Day: Players preview 2015-16 basketball season

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Watford boss plays down spat

first_img Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Amazon Shares: with Only £250 You Can Get a Monthly Fixed Income x No Senior in Local Area Should Go Without This £49 Smartwatch x Easy Way to Generate Extra Income x Last Nights Episode Left Viewers Speechless! x These Twins Were Named ‘Most Beautiful in the World,’ Wait Till You See Them Now x This 70s Star Was Every Guy’s Dream Girl. Try Not to Gasp when You See Her Now! x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Embed from Getty Images Walter Mazzarri played down an apparent confrontation between Watford team-mates Stefano Okaka and Troy Deeney after his side’s 4-3 defeat at Chelsea.Hornets boss Mazzarri said he was unaware of the incident but insisted he was not concerned.“They are friends. They are always together and joking with each other,” Mazzarri said.AdChoices广告“You want players with character who talk to each other on the pitch. Tomorrow I will investigate but I think it was nothing.”last_img read more