RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email Advertisement Cllr Maria ByrneFINE Gael councillor Maria Byrne claims that Ireland has made a significant recovery since 2012, when 15.1 per cent of the Irish labour force was unemployed. “In the past month alone, the number on the live register has decreased by 4,300. The number of people signing on the register is now 10.8 per cent lower than this time last year. Almost 80,000 jobs have been created since the launch of the Government’s Action Plan for Jobs and the Government is now focused on spreading the recovery outside of our main cities into towns throughout the country,” she said. Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Print WhatsApp Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live NewsLocal NewsJobs recoveryBy Alan Jacques – March 14, 2015 698 Linkedin Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories TAGSCllr Maria ByrneFine Gaellimerick Previous articleIn the loopNext articleMusic interpreted, live series Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Twitter Facebook WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival
RelatedPosts If we don’t have Tokyo Games, we’re unlikely to have Beijing 2022 — IOC member Tokyo Governor wants Olympics to go ahead as symbol of overcoming COVID-19 Tokyo 2020: Olympics will be ‘simplified’ in 2021 Nigeria’s number two ranked badminton player, Godwin Olofua, on Wednesday said his quest to participate in the next Olympics was non-negotiable.Olofua, also Africa’s number 1 ranked player in the men’s doubles, made his desire to be in the Olympics known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos. He said: “My target is the Olympics and I have been training for the qualification before the COVID-19 pandemic scuttled the qualification series.“COVID-19 time-out has been a tough experience in keeping me in shape, but now the Molade Okoya Thomas Hall of Teslim Balogun Stadium is open for us thrice in a week.“As I have said, the Olympics is my greatest priority now because qualification can be best assured with enough training.“The qualification comes up in January.“I want to be in the Olympics so as to make a bold statement. “So before January, I should have been in top form.”Olofua said he would also use the yet-to-be announced date of the National Sports Festival in Edo State to brace up and sharpen his skills.He said: “I have already qualified to play in the postponed NSF, but whenever it gets another date, I will be using it to get better for the Olympic ticket.“Fortunately, we also have other tournaments right ahead of us, but I need that Olympic ticket above them all.“What is left for me is to be at my very best. “The training now is very much intense.”NAN.Tags: BadmintonGodwin OlufuaolympicsQualification
Press Association The West Brom striker is part of Giovanni Trapattoni’s squad ahead of the forthcoming World Cup qualifiers, but has been heavily linked with a move to Hull. A move to the KC Stadium or elsewhere now appears to be closer to happening after the 26-year-old was granted permission to return to England to start talks. Shane Long has been given permission to leave Ireland’s training camp to discuss a “transfer-related matter”, Press Association Sport understands.
WE RECOMMEND WATCH US LIVE READ: Sri Lanka team a possible terror target in Pak, will re-assess tour Karthik Nair COMMENT READ: Ashes: Squads for the final test match announced by both teamsHowever, Jimmy Neesham would not let someone else take the spotlight which was rightfully meant for him even if it included his senior player. In a hilarious manner, the star all-rounder posted an image of Baz posting his photo by using his phone and wrote that it was good to see that grandpa had finally figured out how to upload a photo. 1 year ago Ashes 2019: Jimmy Neesham amused at Steve Smith’s hilarious batting, says ‘It’s levi-ohhh-sa, not levio-sahhh’ Written By READ: Kane Williamson reflects back on the heart-breaking World Cup finalBrendon McCullum makes an impactWhile the fan’s tweet and picture were noticed by Jimmy Neesham, they were also noticed by Neesham’s former New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum. McCullum had no hesitation in pulling his junior’s leg but was at the receiving end. It so happened that the ex-cricketer posted a picture of a South American animal Alpaca along with Jimmy Neesham and wrote that he would personally prefer the animal to portray Neesham’s character.Read Brendon McCullum’s tweet here: First Published: 12th September, 2019 09:24 IST SUBSCRIBE TO US LIVE TV Jimmy Neesham was one of the key players for New Zealand in World Cup 2019. In fact, Neesham had almost won the World Cup for the Kiwis with his stunning performances with both bat and ball. In the final, he took the attack to Jofra Archer in the super over and kept the Black Caps in command till he lost the strike to Martin Guptill, who failed to time the final delivery and ran himself out while attempting the second run as England were crowned world champions on the boundary count rule. Now, Jimmy Neesham has got an extraordinary compliment from a fan on social media. READ: ‘Steve Smith had mimicked Chris Rogers, not Jack Leach’, says LangerA Biopic on Jimmy Neesham?A fan had posted a picture of the Avengers star Chris Hemsworth on social media and said that Hemsworth could be the ideal person to portray Jimmy Neesham on screen if a movie is made on New Zealand team’s nearly successful ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 campaign. After Neesham had gone through it, he seemed to be very impressed and replied that it was indeed a nice way to put someone in a good mood.Read Jimmy Neesham’s tweet here: FOLLOW US 11 months ago Kane Williamson reflects back on the heart-breaking World Cup final 11 months ago India draws with AFC Champions Qatar in World Cup 2022 qualifier match 1 year ago Shooting World Cup: Manu Bhaker-Saurabh Chaudhary win gold, India tops Last Updated: 12th September, 2019 11:00 IST Jimmy Neesham Takes A Dig At Former NZ Captain Brendon McCullum Jimmy Neesham made fun of his ex-skipper Brendon McCullum when the latter had posted a picture of an Alpaca to portray the all-rounder’s character on screen. 1 year ago Jimmy Neesham laments yet again as Ben Stokes’ glorious run continues
MLB 2019 preview: Five storylines to watch during the season But even with the parity in the league we are going to give our predictions for all of this year’s winners by division, pennant and awards.Here are those predictions. Related News The National League is about as balanced as it has been in the last decade.The Central is stacked, the East got better and the West is far from decided. MLB 2019 preview: Five bold predictions for the upcoming season Central — Chicago CubsLast year, the Cubs were the first team to be a disappointment that won 95 games. OK, that’s not necessarily true, but Chicago’s season was indeed disappointing.But this year everyone is coming back, Kris Bryant and Yu Darvish will likely be healthier and a lot of players (Ian Happ, Willson Contreras) got bad second years out of their systems.We’re picking them to ride an underrated starting rotation to a division title this year as Milwaukee will likely take a slight step back and the Cardinals will take some wins away from the Brewers as well. The Reds will do the same thing as they got better too.East — Washington NationalsNo team is better with the subtraction of Bryce Harper. That is ludicrous. However, the Nationals added Patrick Corbin, still have a fantastic rotation with Max Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg and their lineup is solid from top to bottom.A bad season last year was an anomaly. This team is good. They’ll prove it this year.West — Colorado RockiesThe Rockies will ride their pitching rotation to this year’s division title. Yes, you read that right.Between Kyle Freeland, German Marquez and Antonio Senzatela the Rockies have a powerful, young rotation that could guide them for years to come.And oh yeah, they have the best third baseman in all of baseball in Nolan Arenado, added a steadying bat in the middle of the lineup in Daniel Murphy and David Dahl, Trevor Story, Charlie Blackmon and Ian Desmond fill out a talented lineup. That’s more than enough to win a division they lost in a one-game playoff to the aging Dodgers last season.Wild Cards — Los Angeles Dodgers, St. Louis CardinalsThis is as tough of a couple of picks as there could ever be because the argument can legitimately made that the Brewers, Cardinals, Pirates, Mets, Phillies, Braves, Diamondbacks and Dodgers could all earn one of the two wild-card spots.But our thinking here is simple: the Dodgers play in the weakest of the three divisions, and the Cardinals added Paul Goldschmidt. The Cards barely missed the playoffs last year, and if they add a pitcher at the deadline that could be the piece to push them over the top.NLCS pick — Cardinals vs. RockiesThe Rockies learned a lot in their playoff run last season and will hit better in the playoffs this time around. St. Louis will get a good second year from Jack Flaherty. Those two things will help them get to the NLCS and in that series Colorado will come away with the win to make it back to their first World Series since 2007.MVP — Paul Goldschmidt, CardinalsDespite finishing amongst the top MVP candidates in the National League five of the last six years, Goldschmidt has somehow never won the MVP. A big reason for that is no one pays attention to the Diamondbacks — unfortunately — and many believe Chase Field inflates numbers for hitters.Goldschmidt won’t have to worry about that this year as the Cardinals are always in the national spotlight and people won’t hold his ballpark against him in St. Louis. He will produce there and people will realize he is not a product of a ballpark and then go check his numbers and see he had a higher batting average and more homers away from Arizona.All of that and a playoff berth for the Cardinals will give him his first MVP award.Cy Young Winner — Max ScherzerHe had a legitimate argument to win the award last year even when Jacob deGrom had an all-time season. He’ll anchor the best rotation in the NL and win the award for the third time in the last four years and fourth time in his career.Rookie of the Year — Nick Senzel, RedsNick Senzel has several things going for him: one, he is an incredibly talented player, two, the Reds added several good hitters to an already good lineup with Yasiel Puig and Matt Kemp so he’ll have more protection when he is called up, and three, Great American Ballpark is a hitter’s haven. The only question is how long it will take for Senzel to get to MLB. If he is on the team from the start of the year, .290 with 20 homers and 80 RBIs is not out of the question. That got Miguel Andujar serious consideration for a win in the AL last year. Senzel will get it if he gets there as well.Manager of the Year — Torey Lovullo, DiamondbacksThe perception of the Diamondbacks is they will be bad this year after losing Goldschmidt and A.J. Pollock. Losing a team’s two best players is a recipe for regression. So any good success for Arizona will mean they will exceed expectations and that is how a manager wins Manager of the Year.The Diamondbacks are not bad despite the perception. Zack Greinke is good, as is Robbie Ray and Zack Godley. And the lineup is still pretty solid. If Arizona wins 86 or 87 games and competes for a wild-card spot, Lovullo will be in the conversation for Manager of the Year.
Terence O’Connor.A woman is seeking to fill in the missing gap from her late father’s life and is hoping a Killybegs family can help.Terence O’Connor was just 16 when he was sent from St Columba’s Marine Industrial School to stay with a Mr Gillespie at Coulart Road in Killybegs.Now Terence’s daughter Sheila is looking to contact relatives of Mr Gillespie in a bid to find out more about her dad. Sheila contacted us and enclosed this accompanying photo which was taken when h dad was in his late 20s or early 30s.She is now planning a trip to Killybegs and is hoping to meet up with relatives of the man who took her father in.She wrote “I am not sure who Mr Gillespie was, apart from the fact that my Dad was sent from St Columba’s to his house. I just thought that by naming him there may be family members of his around who might then be inspired to have a look at old photos – or may have family stories to tell.“I am coming over in a couple of weeks and will have around 24 hours in Killybegs so thought it would be a good time to stir the pot and see if anything surfaces.” Anybody who may know who Mr Gillespie was or who may recognise Terence O’Connor can contact Sheila by email at [email protected] YOU KNOW A MR GILLESPIE FROM KILLYBEGS? was last modified: September 7th, 2015 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:donegalGillespieKillybegsTerence O’Connor
One man has been taken to hospital following a reported explosion at a Letterkenny car yard.The incident happened around 11.30am at Donegal Car Breakers in the Bonagee area.A number of ambulances and fire tenders rushed to the scene following reports of the explosion. Eye-witnesses reported hearing a loud bang and a plume of smoke coming from the area.One man was taken to Letterkenny University Hospital by ambulance but his condition is not yet known.A full investigation into the cause of the incident has been launched.Breaking: Man injured after ‘explosion’ at car breakers yard was last modified: May 25th, 2019 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:Bonageecar breakers yardexplosioninvestigationletterkenny
With a little health and stability, Jimmie Ward finally showing 49ers, NFL what he can do 49ers on Wednesday: Where have all the defensive interceptions gone? Marcus Allen calls him a “kamikaze.” Eddie DeBartolo uses the words “mad man.”They can only be talking about San Francisco 49ers legend Ronnie Lott, the Hall of Fame defensive back who was known for his bone-crunching hits and intense, win-at-all-costs attitude.Related Articles …
Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Related Posts mike melanson A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Tags:#Government#social networks#twitter#web While some countries aim to stop revolution by cutting off access to services like Twitter and Facebook, others try to turn social media use on its ear and use these services to monitor its population. Late last month, the Egypt erupted in revolution and the government quickly shut off all social media, before shutting down the Internet entirely. China has taken a similar stance, banning sites like Twitter and Facebook for long periods of time, as an attempt to prevent protests, among other things.The U.K., on the other hand, has taken this opposite route. According to a story in The Associated Press today, police in the U.K. will use social media sites to keep track of protestors and respond accordingly.A report from a report by Britain’s police inspection body called for authorities to stem the large number of protests through monitoring of social media sites:Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of the Constabulary said police forces would have to focus on speed and communication as demonstrators turn to Internet sites such as Twitter to coordinate their actions.“Large numbers of protesters can be organized in hours and change their focus in minutes through the use of social media and mobile phones,” the report said. “Those responsible for commanding events must plan with this adaptability in mind.”The report singled out UK Uncut, a protest group organized quickly by Twitter users upset at the government’s plans to slash public spending and perceived tax avoidance by major British companies. The group has used social-networking sites to help coordinate their actions; the tools include a live mapping service intended to help protesters dodge police cordons.While some police departments have shown that they don’t know how to use Twitter, the Greater Manchester police force – one of the largest in the U.K. – led a Twitter experiment last fall wherein it tweeted every single call it received over 24 hours. As the experiment ran into rate limit issues (the number of Tweets one account can make in a certain period of time, to summarize it simply), it began creating secondary and tertiary accounts. It then strung everything together using hashtags.All that is to say, it looks like the U.K. police force may have the know-how. It also has the right idea if looking to prevent and quickly react to protestors’ moves is the name of the game. Despite Egypt’s best efforts to censor its populace, many found ways to communicate nonetheless. Is it better for a government that wants control to push communication from out in the open into secret, unmonitored channels? Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification
Lazio boss Simone Inzaghi urges calm after FC Cluj setbackby Carlos Volcanoa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveLazio boss Simone Inzaghi urged calm after 2-1 Europa League defeat to FC Cluj.Lazio had the lead through Bastos, but eventually were overrun.“Without doubt, as is often the case, we deserved more and it’s a very disappointing result,” Inzaghi told Sky Sport Italia.“It was above all an excellent first half performance. I am convinced we will go through to the next round and we must always believe in what we’re doing. We should’ve finished the game earlier.“It’s also fair to say the referee should not have awarded that penalty. If we’d gone 2-0 up, we would not have had these issues. We’ve got to keep our heads up, as on Sunday there is an important game against Parma.“These two defeats with Cluj and SPAL are very disappointing, because we need to be more effective in attack and kill games off when we’re in control.“We have to analyse why we keep running out of steam in the second half. This was basically a photocopy of the match against SPAL, despite the fact we’ve worked on those errors over the last three days.” About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say