SANTA ANITA 20 CENT RAINBOW PICK SIX JACKPOT CARRYOVER OF $351,352,  INTO SUNDAY; FIRST POST TIME FOR EIGHT-RACE CARD IS AT 12:30 P.M.

first_imgSANTA ANITA 20 CENT RAINBOW PICK SIX JACKPOT CARRYOVER OF $351,352,  INTO SUNDAY; FIRST POST TIME FOR EIGHT-RACE CARD IS AT 12:30 P.M.ARCADIA, Calif. (Oct. 26, 2019)–Santa Anita’s popular 20 cent Single Ticket Rainbow Pick Six Jackpot went unsolved again on Saturday, creating a Jackpot carryover into Sunday of $351,352.If there is no single ticket winner on Thursday, the Jackpot pool will carry over into closing day Sunday, with a mandatory payout as the two-day Breeders’ Cup World Championships will have a separate Pick Six pool on Friday and Saturday.With a Jackpot carryover of $314,503 coming into Saturday, there was $160,945 in new money wagered, making for a total Jackpot pool of $475,448. Although there was no single ticket winner, there were 132 consolation tickets, each worth $653.00.First post time for an eight-race card on Sunday is at 12:30 p.m., with admission gates opening at 10:30 a.m. For additional information, please visit santaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE.last_img read more

Ramjattan threatens to revoke licences of businesses guilty of noise nuisance

first_imgPublic Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan on Thursday threatened to revoke the licenses of businesses that are found guilty of noise nuisance.This approach will be taken as Government amplifies efforts to clamp down on the issue that has been permeating society for decades. Ramjattan made this comment at a noise management training session for officers of the Guyana Police Force.Public Security MinisterKhemraj RamjattanLast year, the Police received over 300 complaints of noise nuisance and for 2019 so far, some 105 complaints were made to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). When it comes to penalties, however, the numbers are low.As such, Ramjattan believes there needs to be stricter consequences to discourage business operators from breaking the law and disturbing the peace.“We want this to be dealt with, you have to deal with them in a variety of ways too, not only prosecution and conviction for the various provisions that make it a criminal offence, but we have to literally sometimes work as a task force utilising other methods and one such methods is to take the profit out of this illegality, that means, that we have to de-register them”, Ramjattan warned.In fact, the Minister even suggested that businesses comply with certain criteria before being issued a licence to operate.“Make it a condition that before you continue to do your bar services or whatever it is that we are going to make it a condition that you must adhere to certain noise level and the minute you breach it, we can take that away, that licence. So, then we won’t have to get all the witnesses to line up in a Magistrates’ Court and then you have the lawyers coming and for long adjournments and so on and the frustration that occurs with prosecution. We can do other things and that is what I want also to be placed on the table”, Ramjattan highlighted.Last year, several Police officers underwent training to deal with this particular issue, which is a crime under the Summary Jurisdiction (Offences) Act.The act states, “No person shall, in any road, street, public space, or land, or in any building or premises, by operating or causing or suffering to be operated by any stereo set, juke box, radio, wireless loud speaker, gramophone, amplifier, automatic piano or similar instrument of music, or by any means whatsoever, make or cause or suffer to be made any noise which shall be so loud and so continuous or repetitive as to cause a nuisance to occupants of any premises in the neighbourhood”.Meanwhile, on Thursday, another batch of officers began similar training. In October, another group of ranks will be trained as the Police Force continues to clamp down on the issue.Section 175 of the Summary Jurisdiction (Offences) Act makes it a crime to produce any noise which is so loud, continuous or repetitive to cause a nuisance.last_img read more

Letterkenny student has a coat swap nightmare

first_imgA night out for a young woman from Letterkenny has led to a week of inconvenience as her car keys went missing along with her coat.After an accidental coat swap in Voodoo Lounge on Sunday past, she discovered that she had taken home the wrong jacket. Her car keys were in the pocket of her own coat, which means she has been unable to move her car and could face a high cost for getting the keys replaced. The young woman’s mother has made an appeal to Donegal Daily to ask if anyone who has the coat could return the keys. “I’m not sure if they took it deliberately, but as long as they return the keys,” she said.The swap happened at the bar of Voodoo Lounge on Sunday November 6. The woman said she left her black leather Topshop jacket with a fur collar over the back of a stool. She said there was a mix-up with the coats somehow, and she came out with a grey leather jacket. Now, as the young woman is left unable to drive her car, she is appealing for her keys to be returned to herself or to Voodoo.Anyone with information has been asked to call: 086 1304001.Letterkenny student has a coat swap nightmare was last modified: November 10th, 2016 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:car keyscoatletterkennylast_img read more