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Borough of Great Yarmouth

The Borough of Great Yarmouth is a local government district with borough status in Norfolk, England. It is named after Great Yarmouth; the borough was formed on 1 April 1974, under the Local Government Act 1972, as a merger of the former county borough of Great Yarmouth, along with part of Blofield and Flegg Rural District, part of the Lothingland Rural District in East Suffolk. The amendment to include five parishes from Lothingland RD in Norfolk was made by Anthony Fell, MP for Yarmouth, at committee stage. In the 2016 Referendum on the issue, 71.5% of Great Yarmouth voted to leave the European Union, the 5th highest such leave vote in the country. Elections to the borough council are held in three out of every four years, with one third of the 39 seats on the council being elected at each election. Historic overall control of council by party groupConservative: 1973 to 1980, 1983 to 1986, 2000 to 2012, 2016 to date Labour:1990 to 2000, 2012 to 2013 No overall control by one group of councillors in other yearsAs of the end of April 2018, councillors have these denominations: UK Youth ParliamentAlthough the UK Youth Parliament is an apolitical organisation, the elections are run in a way similar to that of the Local Elections.

The votes come from 11-18 year olds and are combined to make the decision of the next, 2 year Member of Youth Parliament. The elections are run at different times across the country with Great Yarmouth's being in early Spring and bi-annually; the current Member of Youth Parliament for Great Yarmouth is Cameron Hodds MYP. The borough comprises the urban area of Great Yarmouth itself, together with 21 surrounding parishes. At the time of the 2001 census, the borough had an area of 182 km², of which 26 km² was in the urban area and 156 km² in the surrounding parishes; the borough had a population of 90,810 in 39,380 households, with 47,288 people in 21,007 households living in the urban area, whilst 43,522 people in 18,373 households lived in the surrounding parishes. Besides Great Yarmouth itself, other significant settlements in the borough include: Bastwick, Bradwell, Browston Green, Burgh Castle, Burgh St Margaret Caister-on-Sea, California East Somerton Filby, Fritton Gorleston-on-Sea Hemsby, Hopton-on-Sea Martham, Mautby Runham Ormesby St. Margaret, Ormesby St. Michael Repps, Rollesby St. Olaves, Stokesby Thrigby West Somerton, Winterton-on-Sea Cobholm Island The urban area of Great Yarmouth itself is unparished.

The remainder of the district comprises the following civil parishes: Ashby with Oby Belton with Browston †, Bradwell †, Burgh Castle † Caister-on-Sea Filby, Fleggburgh with Billockby & Clippesby, Fritton and St. Olaves † Hemsby, Hopton-on-Sea † Martham, Mautby Ormesby St. Margaret with Scratby, Ormesby St. Michael Repps with Bastwick, Rollesby Somerton, Stokesby with Herringby Thurne West Caister, Winterton-on-Sea† part of Lothingland Rural District Great Yarmouth Outer Harbour

Jan-André Sievers

Jan-André Sievers is a German footballer who plays for fifth-tier side NTSV Strand 08. Born in Frankfurt am Main, Sievers began his career with MTV Treubund Lünerburg signing with Lüneburger SV, he joined the Hamburger SV Youth Program in February 2005. In summer 2006 he was promoted to the amateur team and played his first games in the Regionalliga Nord. After only one year, Sievers joined Lüneburger SK. After six months with Lüneburger SK he signed a contract with VfB Lübeck. After another half year, he transferred to Kickers Emden. After the retraction from Kickers Emden out of the 3. Liga, Sievers transferred to FC Carl Zeiss Jena. After one year he left Carl Zeiss Jena and signed for SV Sandhausen on 14 May 2010. Two years he signed for SC Fortuna Köln Jan-André is the son of Ralf Sievers and nephew of Jörg Sievers. Jan-André Sievers at fussballdaten.de

432

Year 432 was a leap year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Valerius; the denomination 432 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years. Battle of Rimini: Roman forces under command of Flavius Aetius are defeated near Rimini, his rival comes Bonifacius dies several days later. Aetius seeks refuge with the Huns. Sebastianus, son-in-law of Bonifacius, becomes supreme commander of the Western Roman army. Empress Galla Placidia gives him considerable influence over imperial policy; the Huns are united by King Rugila on the Hungarian Plain. He exacts annual peace payments from the Eastern Roman Empire; the Basilica of Saint Sabina at the Aventine is finished by Priest Petrus of Illyria. Assembly begins on The Parting of Lot and Abraham, a mosaic in the nave arcade of the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore. July 27 – Pope Celestine I dies after a 10-year reign in which he led a vigorous policy against Nestorianism.

He is succeeded by Sixtus III as the 44th pope. Saint Patrick, Scottish-born missionary, is consecrated a bishop and converts the Irish to Christianity until his death around 460. December 25 – Christmas is celebrated for the first time in Alexandria. Moninne, one of Ireland's early women saints July 26 – Pope Celestine I Anicia Faltonia Proba, Roman noblewoman Bonifacius, Roman general and governor in Africa Helian Ding, emperor of the Chinese Xiongnu state Xia Saint Ninian, missionary in Scotland Wang Hong, official of the Liu Song Dynasty

Janet Todd (kickboxer)

Janet Todd, nicknamed "JT", is an American Muay Thai kickboxer. She trains out of Boxing Works, she competes for ONE Championship and is the reigning ONE Kickboxing Atomweight World Champion. Todd was born in California. Although born in the United States, her first spoken language was Japanese. In her youth, Todd trained and competed in gymnastics, but gave up the pursuit due to wanting a balance with her personal life. After beginning cardio kickboxing classes, Todd’s then-boyfriend, now-husband, introduced her to a Muay Thai gym, she never looked back. Todd first competed in amateur competition in 2009, she won the bout by TKO, but would not return to competition until 2013. The talented striker developed her game in California during the early stages of her development. In 2017, Todd captured bronze at the IFMA World Championships and World Games, her biggest accolade was an IFMA Pan-American Championship. She would win gold at the 2017 IFMA Pan American Championships at 51 kg. On February 22, 2019, Todd made the leap to ONE Championship to compete for the ONE Atomweight Muay Thai world title against Stamp Fairtex.

She joined the top promotion in her field. She returned to ONE Championship on May 10, 2019. Under kickboxing rules, she defeated Wang Chin Long by TKO in the second-round. On July 12, 2019, in another kickboxing match, Todd defeated Chuang Kai Ting by majority decision at ONE Championship: Masters of Destiny. On October 13, 2019, fighting under Muay Thai rules, she defeated Ekaterina Vandaryeva by second-round knockout with a highlight-reel head kick at ONE Championship: Century. Todd will face Stamp Fairtex a second time, this time fighting for the ONE Kickboxing Atomweight World Championship, at ONE Championship: King of the Jungle on February 28, 2020. After five rounds, Todd would win the ONE Atomweight Kickboxing Title by split decision. 2020 ONE Championship Kickboxing Atomweight World Champion IFMA World Championships - 2017 Bronze Medalist IFMA Pan-American Championships - 2017 Gold Medalist US Muay Thai Open – 2017 USMTO 112 lbs Tournament Champion IFMA Pan-American Championships - 2016 Bronze Medalist 2016 TBA-SA Muay Thai Classic A-Class 112 lbs Champion 2015 MTAA Amateur 115 lbs Champion 2015 IAMTF Amateur 115 lbs Champion 2014 IAMTF California Amateur Super Flyweight Champion 2013 USMTA Amateur 120 lbs Champion List of current ONE fighters Janet Todd at ONE Championship

C. K. Tedam

Clement Kubindiwor Tedam was a Ghanaian politician from the royal family of Paga in the Upper East Region of Ghana. C. K. Tedam entered the political scene through membership of the Gold Coast Legislative Assembly in 1954, he was elected to parliament as an independent candidate that same year. He co-founded the Northern People's Party with Mumuni Bawumia, Alhassan Braimah, Tolon Naa Alhaj Yakubu Tali, Adam Amandi, Lawra Naa Abeifaa Karbo II, Imoru Salifu, Simon Diedong Dombo, he stood and won another election to parliament in 1956 on the ticket of the Northern People's till 1957. After 1957 when Kwame Nkrumah banned sectarian parties based on ethnicity, region etc. with a focus on nationally represented parties, the Northern People's joined forces with other sectarian focused parties to form the United Party until 1964 when Ghana became a one party state after a referendum. C. K. Tedam was thus compelled to become a Convention People's Party Member of Parliament or lose his seat. Becoming a member of the CPP served another purpose as it meant the CPP government will reverse the suspension of his brother as Chief of Paga, being contested by the Chief's brother.

He served as a Minister of Local Government during the regime of the Supreme Military Council. CK. Tedam won another election in 1969 to serve in the second republic but was disqualified after a court ruling resulting from a legal suit, brought against him; the suit sort to say that as the government had banned all all CPP Members from politics, it meant he could not be an MP. The suit was upheld by the courts and therefore he had to leave parliament. A by election was held and he supported his Niece Catherine Tedam for the position which she subsequently won. C. K. Tedam was a member of the Council of State during the regime of John Kufuor, he was a founding member of the New Patriotic Party. He became the Chairman of the Party's Council of elders during the time the NPP went in Opposition after 2008 and remained in that role till death, he was the brother of two Pagapios Tedam and Awampaga respectively. Before entering parliament, C. K. Tedam had been a teacher. He, came from a political party, his niece, Catherine Tedam won the by election and represented the Chiana Paga Constituency as an MP during the administration of Kofi Abrefa Busia.

This was after C. K. Tedam was disqualified from being an MP because of his previous association with the CPP, he was married to Winifred Tedam and sister of Lawra Nas. K. Karbo and Abeifa Karbo. C. K. Tedam had six children, he was a Catholic. C. K. Tedam died peacefully in the night of 25 April 2019 at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra where he had been undergoing treatment, he was buried on Saturday the 22nd of June 2019, in Paga, his hometown in the Kassena Nankana West district in the Upper East Region. C. K. Tedam received awards for his services from the Paga Development Association and the New Patriotic Party

Luis RenterĂ­a

Luis Gabriel Rentería was a Panamanian football forward, who played at the end of his professional career for Tauro in the Liga Panameña de Fútbol. Nicknamed Matagatos, Rentería started his career at Orión and played the majority of his career for Tauro but joined Bolivar after one year on loan at Colombian side Real Cartagena where he scored 2 goals in 19 appearances. Renteria was the leading goalscorer in Panama's Primera Division and played his final game in September 2013 against Plaza Amador. Rentería made his debut for Panamanian national team in a September 2010 friendly match against Costa Rica and had earned a total of 26 caps, scoring 6 goals, he has represented his country in 4 FIFA World Cup qualification matches and played at the 2011 Copa Centroamericana as well as at the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup. His final international was a February 2013 FIFA World Cup qualification match against Costa Rica. In October 2013, Rentería was diagnosed with lupus, he died from this disease on March 6, 2014 after being hospitalized for eight months in the Hospital Santo Tomas.

Primera Division Champions Primera Division Top goalscorer CONCACAF Champions League 2010/2011 Copa Centroamericana 2011 Gold Cup 2011 Luis Rentería at National-Football-Teams.com