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Missionaries have longtime ties to Haiti, aim to 'serve our fellow man' despite dangers

BERLIN – Christian Aid Ministries' tradition of helping the less fortunate in other countries dates back 40 years. The organization began its work in 1981, distributing Christian literature to children in communist Romania. Its efforts later grew to other impoverished nations like Haiti, where 17 of the group's missionaries, including...
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Josip Juranovic makes surprising Celtic admission

Josip Juranovic is one of the most exciting signings that Celtic made in the summer. A Croatian international, the 26-year-old arrived after several impressive seasons at the club level as well and many believed that he was set to become one of the most important players in Ange Postecoglou’s side.
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Josip Juranovic admits he's loving playing at left-back for Celtic

Celtic defender Josip Juranovic has finally discussed being played out of position at left-back by Ange Postecoglou. The Croatian international was signed in the summer for £2.5m from Legia Warsaw [Scottish Sun]. During his time in Poland, he made his name as an overlapping right-back. It’s also where he shines for the Croatian senior side, with Celtic fans believing he was also signed for that position.
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Hibernian star makes massive claim about Celtic’s bad record

The game between Celtic and Hibernian is going to be a very important one in the Scottish Premiership title race. And the result could end up having a huge impact on both clubs’ seasons moving forward. It is funny how quickly things have changed surrounding the two teams. Not too...

Dolly Parton Reveals What She Thinks About The Sheep Named After Her

In 1996, the world was stunned when scientists in Scotland announced that they had successfully managed to clone a sheep. Technically, what they did was take DNA from a grown sheep's mammary gland and created a little lamb they called "Dolly," named for American country music sensation Dolly Parton, according to History. Apparently, one of the men who helped birth the cloned sheep suggested the name after hearing that mammary glands went into creating the animal, and Parton has always been known for her buxom assets.

State Roundup: Hogan urges eligible Marylanders to get Covid-19 booster shots; poll finds support for legal cannabis dips

HOGAN PUSHES COVID BOOSTERS FOR THOSE ELIGIBLE: Gov. Larry Hogan Monday sought to clarify to Marylanders who is eligible to get a COVID-19 booster shot and urged all those who fall within that category to do so as soon as possible. Bryan Renbaum of Maryland Reporter writes that last week federal regulations approved both the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson booster shots for use in certain populations. Prior to that decision, the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine was the only approved booster shot.

DWP updates rules over claiming both ESA and Universal Credit

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has clarified whether or not benefit claimants can receive payments for Universal Credit and New Style Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) simultaneously. The Daily Record reports that you may be able to claim New Style ESA with, or instead of, Universal Credit, although...

DWP: Why over 9,000 State Pension claimants could receive up to £8,628 in back payments

A new report has shown that State Pension payments have been underpaid by more than £1 billion, due to old IT systems, complex rules and human error. You can claim the basic State Pension if you’re either a man born before April 6, 1951, or a woman born before April 6, 1953, and it can provide a vital lifeline to many elderly people.

Looking Back: Mrs. Ham Mundy has the pumpkins

A new attempt to purchase and resuse the old hospital on Craig’s Hill has begun. Dozens of people toured the 83-year-old former Kittitas Valley Community Hospital, Fritz Glover and Mollie Edson took over an agreement to purchase the building from Central Washington University with a plan to use the old hospital for small business offices, if a rezoning of that use could be enacted.

What Ange Postecoglou has said in the past about Celtic pair Liam Shaw and Osaze Urhoghide

Ange Postecoglou has already suggested in the past that Celtic pair Liam Shaw and Osaze Urhoghide are long-term projects at Parkhead. A report from the Scottish Sun last night claimed that they were already fighting for their Hoops futures despite only arriving at the club over the summer. Both Shaw and Urhoghide signed for Celtic with only a handful of first-team games with Sheffield Wednesday to their name.

Rangers set for 'huge boost' after update 'crucial' to title race - Whelan

Noel Whelan has claimed Rangers will be handed a “huge boost” if Nigeria trio Joe Aribo, Leon Balogun, and Calvin Bassey can be available for the Old Firm clash on January 2nd. The former Aberdeen striker, speaking exclusively to Football Insider, insisted the stars’ potential availability could be “crucial” for...

Patent published for digital footprint approach to identify COVID super-spreaders

A patent has been published for a process which would collate vast swathes of personal information harvested from digital activity, including biometric data, to assess individual’s behavior with a view to giving a calculation for their priority for a COVID vaccination. More simply put, a way to work out who’s digital behavior suggests risky real-world behavior.

Ferencvaros keeper admits Celtic return game is ‘make or break’

The 2-0 win over Ferencvaros last Tuesday was Celtic’s first win in the Europa League group stage all season, with goals from Kyogo Furuhashi and David Turnbull securing all three points against the Hungarians. Admittedly the Hoops are not favourites to win the group – or even to qualify for...

Mikey Johnston reveals Joe Hart helped him make Celtic return from injury

Mikey Johnston has hailed Joe Hart as one of the Celtic figures who has helped him on the road to recovery. Johnston has made two recent impressive appearances off the bench for the Bhoys after making a comeback from a hamstring injury. The muscle problem occurred after a previous lengthy...

Kyogo and Jota have been wowing Mikey Johnston at Celtic this season

Celtic winger Mikey Johnston has admitted that he’s been left amazed with the performances of Kyogo Furuhashi and Jota both in training and in competitive action this term. Johnston has had to watch on as Jota has become a fan-favourite at left-wing. Mikey has also featured as a lone-striker in the past, and has been taken aback by the performances of Japanese striker Kyogo.