Image:Barnet’s Wesley Fonguck celebrates his goal against Burton in the FA Cup first round November 28: Second roundJanuary 9 2021: Third roundJanuary 23 2021: Fourth roundFebruary 10 2021: Fifth roundMarch 20 2021: Quarter-finalsApril 17 2021: Semi-finalsMay 15 2021: Final National League side King’s Lynn Town secured a place in the second round for the first time in their short history with a 1-0 win over League Two club Port Vale at the weekend, and they have been rewarded with a trip to 2008 winners Portsmouth.Canvey Island – the lowest-ranked team left – host Boreham Wood, while Salford City travel to fellow League Two club and current league leaders Newport County. Eighth-tier Marine will host Havant & Waterlooville after they overcame League Two club Colchester on penalties, and National League club Barnet – who made the fourth round last season – welcome League One side MK Dons to west London.FA Cup second-round drawStevenage vs Hull CityHarrogate Town vs BlackpoolTranmere Rovers vs Brackley TownBarrow or AFC Wimbledon vs Crawley TownStockport County vs Yeovil TownPlymouth Argyle vs Lincoln CityPortsmouth vs King’s Lynn TownCheltenham Town vs Crewe AlexandraPeterborough United vs ChorleyMorecambe vs Solihull MoorsShrewsbury Town vs Oxford City or Northampton TownMansfield Town vs Dagenham & RedbridgeNewport County vs Salford CityMarine vs Havant & WaterloovilleGillingham vs Exeter CityCanvey Island vs Boreham WoodCarlisle United vs Doncaster RoversBarnet vs MK DonsBristol Rovers vs DarlingtonBradford City vs Oldham Athletic- Advertisement – The second round proper will be held across the weekend of November 27-30.FA Cup datesThe full schedule for this season’s FA Cup has been confirmed, with the final due to take place on Saturday May 15, 2021.Replays have been scrapped – for this season only – to ease pressure on the football schedule.- Advertisement – National League North’s Chorley will travel to League One leaders Peterborough in the second round of the FA Cup.Chorley – one of 14 non-League teams left in this season’s competition – beat Wigan on Saturday and will now face Darren Ferguson’s high-flying side for a place in the third round.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
Tweet Share LocalNews $7,000.00 bail for battery on police and resisting arrest by: – June 18, 2012 Share Share 20 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! Court gavel A young man of Bath Road has been slapped with four charges ranging from threats, battery on police, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.Michael Charles Jr. who appeared before magistrate Ossie Lewis on Friday, pleaded guilty to one charge; disorderly conduct.It is the prosecution’s contention that during an incident on June 14th, 2012 at Virgin Lane Roseau, Charles Jr. allegedly used treating language by uttering; “I will kill her for you. I will cut her f**** throat for you”.It is alleged that the defendant also resisted a member of the Dominica police force while executing his duty and beat Corporal James E.Charles Jr. informed the court that when he was arrested and taken to the Police Headquarters his head was “slammed” against a wall and he subsequently “blacked” out.His mother Vida Joseph stood as his surety and posted his $7,000.00 bail.The trial of that matter has been set for August 17th, 2012.In related news; Julian Harve of New town pleaded guilty to possession of 8 grams of cannabis on June 14th, 2012.Harve, who seemed “eager” to have the matter over with, pointed out to the court that he had “no” prior convictions.Magistrate Lewis said because the defendant was a “first time” offender and had “pleaded guilty” to the offence he was fined $400.00 which he must pay by 31st July or in default spend one month in prison.Dominica Vibes News
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram A 51-year-old Melbourne woman, believed to be of Greek background, lost almost $90,000 over seven months to a fake clairvoyant, after she spotted his ad in a local newspaper. An Alphington woman, who wished to stay anonymous, told the Herald Sun she visited a fake spiritualist named Habib Bamba in March this year, in the northern suburb of Fawkner, for a $50 consultation. The woman became convinced the spiritualist was legitimate when he talked about her medical problems in his reading. The woman made several payments of thousands of dollars at a time for ‘spiritual purposes’ to Habib Bamba, as he convinced her she could rid her of ‘evil spirits’ if she sent him repeated cash instalments of up to $5000. Bad things would happen to her if she stopped the payments, the fake medium had said. By the time the woman reported the case to police and Consumers Affairs Victoria, the psychic had disappeared from his home. On the website of Habib Bamba, one-on-one private consultations in clairvoyant readings are offered, as well as “psychic advice to assist clients in finding clarity and purpose on their life journey”. The spiritualist Bamba was not available on his mobile phone when Neos Kosmos tried to reach him. Following the case of the Alphington woman, director of Consumer Affairs Victoria Claire Noone warned people to be wary of scammers posing as psychics, clairvoyants and fortune-tellers, as numerous Victorians fell victim to psychic scams this year. “Scammers prey on people’s vulnerabilities, insecurities and unhappiness,” Dr Noone said. She also said psychic and clairvoyant scammers approach victims by post, email, telephone or even face-to-face, to foreshadow a positive upcoming event or claim that the victims are in some sort of trouble and offer a solution. According to The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission SCAMwatch website, this solution could be winning lottery numbers, a lucky charm, the removal of a ‘curse’ or ‘jinx’, or ongoing ‘protection’. The scammer will tell victims that they will help them in return for a fee. They also use fear tactics, by warning the victim of a false future event and then promising to protect them from it in return for ongoing payments, or invoke a curse if the payment is refused. “Scammers go to great lengths to make themselves seem legitimate,” Dr Noone said. In the 2012-13 financial year, Consumer Affairs Victoria (CAV) received 13 reports of psychic, clairvoyant and fortune-telling scams. With many cases going unreported, real figures are likely to be higher. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) spokesperson told Neos Kosmos that scams target people of all backgrounds, ages and income levels across Australia. So far in 2013, the commission has received 123 scam contacts with $481,709 reported lost, the spokesperson said. Last year, the ACCC received 125 reports with $444,895 reported lost, compared to 72 scam contacts with $13,987 reported lost received by ACCC in 2011. CAV director said people should remember that the psychic or clairvoyant scammers may try to convince their victims that their insights are genuine by telling them something from the life of the victim. “Ask yourself: is what they are telling me general and could it be true about anyone? They may also tell you something about yourself that you mentioned previously or that they gathered from another source, such as personal details you posted on a social networking website,” CAV director Claire Noone said in her press release. If you have been approached or have sent money to a psychic or clairvoyant who you think is a scammer, and want to report a scam or learn more about how to identify it, call 1300 55 81 81 131 450 or visit www.scamwatch.gov.au For advice and information in Greek and languages other than English, call 131 450 and say the English name of your language, then ask the interpreter to call 1300 55 81 81.