This came off a two-hole playoff on Sunday. Moules, who took the lead after the first day, fired 5-under 67 in the final round to be the clubhouse leader on 11-under the card.It was a three-way playoff between Moules, amateur Anthony Quayle and Aaron Wilkin. Moules claimed victory with his birdie on the second playoff hole.He walked away with AU$21,000 in prize money plus a two-year exemption on the PGA Tour of Australasia.Wilkin and amateur Quayle shared runner-up honours while Mitchell A. Brown finished a shot outside the playoff to finish 4th.The tournament teed off on Thursday 21 April and ended yesterday (Sunday 24 April).
Savings of almost $300 million by the Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) administration have been reinvested into realising a number of transformational projects across the Region, to the benefit of residents.According to Regional Executive Officer (REO) Rupert Hopkinson, the savings were made possible through prudent resource management and vigilance by the Regional Administration in 2017.Works continue on the Anna Regina Health CentreThe projects realised from the ground-breaking achievement are a new boat landing for students and teachers at the Liberty Nursery and Primary School, a bus shed at Dartmouth, a fence at Unity Park, a seating area at Cotton Field and renovation and extension of the Anna Regina Health Centre.Currently, there are 46 pupils attending the Liberty Primary School, some 18 miles down the Pomeroon River. Headteacher Pansy Garraway-Allen said the new school’s landing was extremely necessary.“Previously, the situation was very bad. It was almost a threat to any person who would have used the landing. The lower part of the stelling, some parts were rotted, a few threaders from the step were missing because the foundation was no more. … At times we had to choose spots to step on to avoid going underground in any serious state. It was also not good enough for the students. Many times, we had to tutor the children, guiding them where to walk and avoid any sort of running on it,” Garraway-Allen explained.The newly-extended landing is a boon for the female staff, the Headteacher continued, since “before during the spring tide in the mornings, the tide would be rather low causing some trouble to us. The flats were very far out and the boats in which we travel to school are large and when we get to school, we would normally have to stick our skirts in the tights and pull boat ropes to get up to the stelling which was very strenuous to us as females.” According to Garraway-Allen, the students were also forced to step from one boat to another to reach the landing.The REO said the decision to do the work was influenced mainly by the pleas of the Headteacher and the threat the dilapidated facility posed to students and teachers alike.“Because of the danger and imminent threat to life and limb, we decided that we must have this thing done. The beautiful thing is that we had savings.I am elated to know that we were able to rescue the situation at Liberty. It is a good job done not only for Liberty but for the Region as well,” Hopkinson explained.
Chief Executive Officer, Roopnarine Bert Sukhai and Deputy Chief of Mission at the US Embassy Terry Steers-Gonzalez during the celebratory eventThe National Milling Company of Guyana (NAMILCO) on Thursday evening celebrated 50 years since its establishment, providing quality flour and other variants to the Caribbean market, while renewing its commitment to continue operations in Guyana.The event was hosted at the Marriott Hotel as a way of thanking partners and customers for their continued support. Established on May 17, 1969, by its parent company, Seaboard, the milling company has created products to meet expectations and has managed to maintain ISO 9001 certification.Chief Executive Officer, Roopnarine Bert Sukhai gave a history of their progress which resulted in a wide variety of new products. From just wheat flour, the company has grown to produce other flour-based items that are easy to prepare. He posited that they are positively looking forward to the prospects of the future.“Our department will continue to recommend new products and we will strive to ensure that all lovers of flour products are extremely satisfied with what we will be offering…We have prepared and will continue to prepare to be around for another 50 years,” the CEO said.He added, “Over the years, we moved from making two types of flour to many different types. We catered for the large companies such as Banks (DIH) for biscuits and bread, Beharry for chowmein, the many large and small bakeries for pastries and other products; the home bakers by providing a variety of flour such as multi-grain, whole-wheat, vanilla flavoured cake flour, pholourie mix, roti mix and the list goes on”.His remarks were followed by Vice President of Seaboard, Ralph Moss, who stated that this successful tenure will continue in Guyana with affordable services to all Guyanese.“We have made additional investments, other than international milling here in Guyana and we will continue to seek new investments. With our expertise, we can bring needed skills, needed technology, and needed resources to your country.”Meanwhile, Business Minister, Haimraj Rajkumar gave credit for these successes to the strong collaboration between the public and private sectors.“Companies such as NAMILCO continue to make valuable contributions outside of their private business. Fifty years is certainly a long time to be involved in doing business in or country. Given the many uncertainties and uncontrollable situations that arises, it is the ultimate test of longevity when a company can be in operation for such a long time and still manage to hold its own in becoming a mainstay in the business community,” the Minister expressed.Presently, the company also supplies establishments such as KFC and the Suriname and Guyana franchise of Pizza Hut. It was also mentioned that their production is critical to ensuring that farmers are provided with bran. Presently, the production rate is 240 metric tonnes daily.
LANCASTER – The Antelope Valley Union High School District is holding a series of public forums to get community input about facility needs as it gears up for another run at passing a construction bond. The district didn’t hold such meetings in a previous attempt in June to pass a $177.5 million bond measure, which voters rejected. “We were up against a time frame,” Deputy Superintendent Jeff Foster said. “We opted to go with an earlier date. The trade-off was it cut down on community awareness or time to let people know what it was we were trying to do.” The district is studying whether to pursue another bond in November. A decision will be made by summer. So far, two meetings have been held at Littlerock and Quartz Hill high schools. Meetings are scheduled for Monday at Palmdale High; March 22 at Eastside High; April 2 at Lancaster High; April 5 at Knight High; April 10 at Highland; and April 23 at Antelope Valley High. The meetings are held in the evenings, generally with start times between 6 and 7 p.m. Call the schools to get the exact time and location. The purpose is in part to gather input about what people want to see built or improved if the district does pass a bond. But the forums also give people a chance to propose projects that would not fall under bond funding. “It’s to get input from the public,” Trustee Donita Winn said. “And my emphasis is, even if it’s something that would not fit into the bond picture, how can we make changes these people want, with developer fee money or something else.” More than 100 people showed up to the Littlerock High meeting. Staff and parents talked about electricity and lighting that didn’t work, the desire for tile flooring instead of carpeting and the need for a new paint job and a press box for the stadium. The district wants to pass a bond measure to pay for building one or two high schools, complete construction of Eastside High and make other improvements at other campuses. In January, the board voted to spend $21,000 for a consultant to increase awareness about the need for more facilities in the growing district, and to generate support for a bond measure. In June, the district came up just short with Measure E, which got 52 percent of the vote, short of the 55 percent needed. The measure would have taxed property owners about $30 per $100,000 of assessed valuation annually. Had it passed, Measure E would have helped pay for new high schools in southeast Palmdale and on the west side of the Antelope Valley, completing construction of Eastside High, expanding Quartz Hill High, and adding two new science labs at Lancaster. The district enrolls about 24,000 students, and some campuses, including Highland and Quartz Hill high schools, have populations of more than 3,000. firstname.lastname@example.org (661) 267-5744160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Two San Fernando Valley restaurants have zoomed into the top-five best places for food in the prestigious Zagat Survey, which is being released today. Studio City’s Asanebo, famous for its kappo ryori- small Japanese dishes served with beer, wine or hot sake – was rated third overall, up from 25th last year. The cooking at Brandywine in Woodland Hills placed fifth, up from 24th last year. The restaurant also topped Zagat’s Continenal cuisine list. This is the 22 annual Zagat Survey of Southern California restaurants. “Zagat is a peer-to-peer survey, rated by diners themselves,” said Margret McWilliams, co-owner of Brandywine, which has been in business 18 years. “For customers, the survey is like a recommendation from a friend. Our menu hasn’t changed, but we always see new patrons coming in, and now we expect even more.” Zagat rated M?lisse in Santa Monica as No. 1 in town for food, followed by Nobu Malibu. Spago in Beverly Hills ranked the most popular for the first time, followed by A.O.C. in Los Angeles and Caf? Bizou in Sherman Oaks. Nancy Silverton, who was featured in an LA.COM cover story last Wednesday, and Mario Batali took top newcomer honors with their Hollywood spot Pizzeria Mozza. Canel? in Atwater Village was rated second on that same list, and the Oinkster in Eagle Rock came in seventh. Meanwhile, Saddle Peak in Calabasas ranked third on the list for new American cuisine, and Dr. Hogly Wogly’s in Van Nuys scored second place in barbecue. Brent’s in Northridge topped the deli list. Tuscany in Westlake Village and Leila’s in Oak Park were among those being worth a trip. Hotel Bel-Air won both top decor and service for the second consecutive year. The 2008 guide covers 2,187 restaurants and is based on the experiences of 8,859 locals who eat out or take out more than half their meals. “Few cities offer more variety than Los Angeles’ dining scene,” said Tim Zagat, co-founder of the Zagat Survey. “The people of Paris can only dream of having as many top-quality Japanese, Chinese, Italian, Mexican and Cal-Med-style restaurants.” The results also revealed that 68 percent of Angelenos spend more on dining now than they did two years ago. However, while the average cost of a local meal rose 4.3 pecent since last year to $33.29, that’s still a dime below the national average of $33.39. Local diners tipped an average of 18.4 percent, a bit below the national average of 18.9 percent. email@example.com (818) 713-3692160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Britain and Ireland’s Next Top Model runner-up Sarah Kennedy will be the special guest at the Donegal Youth Council LGBT “Chalk It up” event this Saturday 8th March.Sarah KennedyThe event runs from 2-4pm in the Diamond in Donegal town and is in support of LGBT Stand Up week, a national campaign which is co-ordinated by Belong To.The Chalk It Up events were developed here locally by the BreakOUT Donegal LGBT support service, who have organised events over the last two years, and give people the opportunity to write positive chalk messages of support for young lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in prominent locations. Breakout will also be holding a Chalk It Up event this year in Letterkenny at the Market Square this Saturday from 2-4pm. The Stand Up campaign was launched nationally in 2012 and aims to raise awareness and tackle homophobia and homophobic bullying, transphobia and transphobic bullying and help to create positive understanding and support for LGBT people.Next week schools and youth services across the country will organise fun and educational activities to encourage young people to take part in the event.Portnoo native Sarah Kennedy, says she is really happy to be able to support the Stand Up campaign. “I know only too well what bullying can do from my own personal experiences so if I can help out in anyway in this particular campaign to encourage others to take a stand and stop bullying then I am only delighted to be involved”.Donegal Youth Councilors identified homophobic bullying as a major issue to work on this year and they are also working to involve their schools in LGBT awareness projects. Seven secondary schools in the county have already agreed to run a Chalk It Up event on the 14th of March. Chairperson of the Donegal Regional group of the Donegal Youth Council Sharon McNern explains why the Youth Council wanted to show their support for the campaign this year.“As stand up week was approaching, we felt that this was a topic that we needed to raise awareness on as homophobic bullying is a continuing problem. We felt we needed to let LGBT young people in the county know that they have support and are not alone. Come on down on Saturday to see us and write your positive message of support.”Donegal Youth Council is funded by Donegal County Council, HSE Health Promotion and the Dept of Children and Youth Affairs and is co-ordinated at local level by the Donegal Youth Service.Stand Up LGBT Awareness runs all the week from 10th-14th March. For more information on events in your area see www.belongto.org or contact the Breakout LGBT project on 085-7411607 . You can contact Donegal Youth Council on 087-6806676 or email firstname.lastname@example.org TOP MODEL TO BE SPECIAL GUEST AT YOUTH COUNCIL ‘CHALK IT UP’ EVENT was last modified: March 5th, 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:Donegal TownDonegal Youth CouncilSarah Kennedy
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant A new promotion for 2006 is Picture Day on July 1, when the first 1,500 fans will receive a free picture frame and 500 disposable cameras will be given to families who will go onto the field before the game to take photos with their favorite JetHawks players and coaches. One annual highlight of the season returns when Military Appreciation Weekend takes place on May 19-21 with fireworks on Friday, a camouflage cap giveaway on Saturday and a camouflage baseball giveaway on Sunday. Tickets for all promotional game dates are available now with the purchase of a JetHawks ticket package or group outing. Individual game tickets for JetHawks games will go on sale March 25. Returning promotions include a pre-game Happy Hour offering half-price draft beer and Weenie Wednesdays, when fans can buy $1 Hebrew National Hot Dogs. In addition, Home Run Fireworks, presented by First City Credit Union, will be featured at all Friday and Saturday home games, in addition to select games throughout the season. LANCASTER – Six fireworks shows and a bobblehead doll of famed test pilot Chuck Yeager will be among the promotions offered at 2006 Lancaster JetHawks games. The minor-league baseball team will host its third annual Aerospace Appreciation Night on Aug. 18. The first 1,500 fans will get a Yeager bobblehead doll, and fireworks will follow the game. The annual event will be dedicated to telling fans about the 83-year-old Yeager’s accomplishments, including breaking the sound barrier in 1947 at what is now Edwards Air Force Base, as well as informing the community about his personal foundation, the General Chuck Yeager Foundation. Post-game fireworks shows are also scheduled for the April 14 opening home game at Clear Channel Stadium, May 19 during Military Appreciation Weekend, June 2 during the Endless Summer kickoff, July 3 and Aug. 5. The JetHawks open their 11th season in the California League on April 6 at Lake Elsinore before returning to Clear Channel Stadium for the home opener on April 14 versus Rancho Cucamonga. Season tickets and miniplan packages are currently available for the 2006 season and can be ordered by calling the JetHawks at (661) 726-5400. 2006 JetHawks Promotional Schedule: April 14: Fireworks presented by Dr. Theurer Orthodontics, 105.5 FM Oasis, AV Press April 15: Magnet Schedules (first 2,500 fans) presented by Wells Fargo Bank, 105.5 FM Oasis, AV Press April 29: March of Dimes Pre-Game Car Show presented by Fox Sports 610, AV Press April 30: Little League Day/Thunderstix & Finger Print Sets (first 1,000 children) presented by First City Credit Union, AMR, 105.5 FM Oasis May 4: Cinco De Mayo Celebration May 19: Fireworks/Military Weekend presented by Wal-Mart, KTPI FM 103.1, AV Press May 20: Camouflage Caps (first 1,500 fans)/Military Weekend presented by Desert Christian Schools, Fox Sports 610, AV Press May 21: Little League Day/Camouflage Baseballs & Finger Print Sets (first 1,000 children) presented by First City Credit Union, AMR, 105.5 FM Oasis June 2: Fireworks/Endless Summer Kickoff presented by D.R. Horton, KTPI FM 103.1, AV Press June 3: Beach Towels (first 1,000 fans) presented by Wal-Mart, Jefferies & Associates, 105.5 FM Oasis, AV Press July 1: Picture Day/Picture Frame & Disposable Cameras (first 1,500 fans) presented by City of Lancaster CIWMB, Magic 1340 AM, AV Press July 2: Trophy Caps (first 1,500 fans) presented by AMR, Fox Sports 610, AV Press July 3: Independence Day Fireworks Show presented by Weston Building Supply, KTPI FM 103.1, AV Press July 8: Shirt Off Our Back Night presented by Flight Crew Booster Club, Magic 1340 AM July 21: Team Posters (first 1,000 fans)/Girl Scout Campout presented by AMR, Fox Sports 610, AV Press July 22: T-Shirts (first 1,500 fans) presented by Dr. Buckley Orthodontist, 105.5 FM Oasis, AV Press July 23: Christmas in July presented by Grace Resource Center, Magic 1340 AM Aug. 4: Boys Scouts Campout presented by 105.5 FM Oasis, AV Press Aug. 5: Fireworks presented by Century 21 Yarrow, First American Title, KTPI FM 103.1, AV Press Aug. 11: Bank of America Night presented by Bank of America, Fox Sports 610, AV Press Aug. 12: Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony presented by 105.5 FM Oasis, AV Press Aug. 18: Fireworks/Aerospace Appreciation Night & General Chuck Yeager Bobblehead dolls (first 1,500 fans) presented by Edwards Federal Credit Union, KTPI FM 103.1, AV Press Aug. 19: Fallen Heroes Pre-Game Softball Tournament/T-Shirts (first 1,000 fans) presented by First City Credit Union, Magic 1340 AM, AV Press Sept. 3: Fan Appreciation Night presented by Food 4 Less, Magic 1340 AM, AV Press 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars “Just to clear the decks – clear it, take it away and that might cease all the talking. Yes there’s going to be talk if they were both to go, but straight away it is a clean start.“I think Manchester United would go on and be stronger.”One of the only blemishes on Sir Alex Ferguson’s record during his final years in charge was the way in which Pogba’s acrimonious exit was handled.Under the instruction of super-agent Mino Raiola, the surly teenager demanded huge amounts of money before leaving on a free for Juventus. Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update 4 Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City revealed Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Paul Parker believes former club Manchester United should get rid of BOTH Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba in light of their public spat.The pair were caught clashing on camera at United’s Carrington training ground in the wake of their Carabao Cup exit at the hands of Derby County. no dice Most Popular Football Stories Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Relations between Pogba and the Manchester United boss are at an all-time low Sky sports REVEALED 4 SORRY 4 The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Latest Premier League News BEST OF gameday cracker Parker played for United 105 times in the 1990’s Mourinho appeared to tell Pogba to ‘get out’ during the awkward encounter It is understood Mourinho was unhappy with the World Cup winner for posting an Instagram story during the defeat to the Championship side, although the feud between the pair has simmered beneath the surface for months.Barcelona appear keen on a move for the former Juventus man, while a poor start has left Mourinho sweating his Old Trafford future.But Parker, who played 105 times for the Red Devils, believes there is a far easier way to deal with the situation – get rid of both of them.“I think everyone is concerned about it, you have to be,” he told Russ Williams on talkSPORT 2. The Instagram story which is threatening to derail Manchester United’s season has resurfaced The Scot later revealed he disliked Raiola instantly and Parker believes the legendary manager would have handled the current situation far better than Mourinho.He added: “This would have been dealt with a long, long time ago – he would have nipped it in the bud a long time ago.“The incident with this Instagram bit, that would have been dealt with maybe by a phone call early in the morning, ‘Come in and see me’.“It would have been talked about before it went out in the training field; it would have been dealt with, the player would have been walking out a bit sheepish, he would have been getting all kinds of innuendos from his teammates because he got the curly finger from the boss and then you have to get on with it. “One great thing about Sir Alex Ferguson; he doesn’t bear grudges. He gets on with it because he knows there’s something more important happening the next day.“The cameras were there, everyone knows the cameras are there, so it seemed a bit strange that he [Mourinho] wanted to carry on like that when he knew TV cameras were there.” England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? latest Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion gameday cracker silverware When asked if the spat would United back on the pitch, Parker replied: “Manchester United have been held back for quite a while now, their general play tells you that.“Individual players tell you that they’re being held back, this spat is just one of many that have gone on which we don’t know about.“This one has come out because it seems as though they wanted it to come out. Is is going to make any difference to the way United are at the moment? This coming game on Saturday [against West Ham] was already a big game – this has made no difference to that at all.” Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City shining REVEALED Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury tense Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won silverware Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT “This isn’t something that is going to go away, this is always going to be around because people are going to make it be around. It’s wanted out there.“I think Paul Pogba, in his own way, is saying and doing enough for it to be talked about. I don’t think Jose Mourinho is helping the situation either by the way he is conducting himself as a manager of Manchester United.“So it needs to be dealt with.”When asked if he was siding with Pogba, Parker replied: “No I wouldn’t say that. My way if I go straight to it, I would turn round for Manchester United maybe having to consider both of them going. tense huge blow 4
She may be the only woman left on TV3’s The Apprentice.But Donegal woman Joanne Sweeney-Burke has a secret weapon on her side – God!It’s been revealed that Joanne and the only other female left in the competition, Sandra Murphy, regularly went to the local church together to light candles. But Cork woman Sandra got the boot by Bill Cullen this week leaving Joanne as the only woman left on the show.Joanne was seen weeping uncontrollably in this week’s TV show when she realised her friend Sandra had got the boot.However friends of Joanne say the eviction will make her even more determined to impress millionaire Cullen.“Bill famously said he wanted someone with liathroidi. Well it’s no secret that Joanne has bigger balls than all of the guys left on the show. “It’s going to take something special or a completely cock-up on Joanne’s behalf to get her sacked at this stage,” said a friend. JOANNE FINDS GOD AND HER LIATHROIDI TO PUT HER IN APPRENTICE POLE POSITION was last modified: December 7th, 2011 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:Joanne Sweeney-BurkeThe ApprenticeTV3
A national newspaper today admitted mistranslating a Polish article on a Polish waitress living in Co Donegal as the woman herself spoke out for the first time.The Irish Independent today dedicated two pages of its compact edition to running the entire article. They also published a letter from the Polish ambassador to Ireland.It’s understood the original article for the Independent was filed by a freelance journalist in Poland, but that her translation was wrong. A local reporter was asked to file a reaction from Donegal but had no other involvement in the story.The woman herself ‘Magda’ told The John Murray Show on RTÉ Radio today that she had been told by friends of the controversy the Irish Independent translation of the article had caused.She told the programme: “At first I was completely shocked. You don’t know what to think. How is it possible for anybody to publish something that is just not true, completely not true and it’s not just misinterpretation, you know, or mistranslation – it’s just a completely different story.”She said things had been added to even the Polish version of the story but said most of it was about her actual life in a town near Letterkenny in Donegal. ‘Magda’ said that when she read the Irish Independent article she was “very worried”. The trained nanny revealed that she has lived in Ireland for the past six years and has been on the dole for the past year-and-a-half having previously worked in a hotels, hostels, and waitressing.“The thing is that jobs are scarce here. It is difficult, especially as I don’t drive so I can’t go to bigger towns.“The other thing is that I worked in the hospitality industry and qualified as massage therapist and that’s something I wanted to do for a really long time and I decided that’s an option to start my own business, to do what I really want to do.”‘Magda’ said that she has done a number of FÁS courses to help her set up her own business which she hopes to set up by Easter.Of her actual lifestyle on the dole she added: ”My needs are not very high. That is in the article, I really try to live as cheap as possible. I don’t spend money on clothes, cosmetics, going out to the pub. “I don’t have money for that. I have money for basic survival and that’s okay with me.”POLISH WAITRESS ‘MAGDA’ SPEAKS FOR FIRST TIME was last modified: February 2nd, 2012 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)