Plans to create a digital hub in Carrigart have moved one step closer with a planning application.The 18 station hub on the town’s Main Street is set to attract small businesses from near and far.Minister Joe McHugh has welcomed the announcement. He said “The Carrigart Digital Hub was one of a number of projects in Donegal that got share of a €1.15million Government funding pot back in 2017,” Minister McHugh said.“A lot of work has gone on behind the scenes since then to get this ambition and idea to where it is now.“We are looking forward to a digital hub, on the Main Street in Carrigart, where people can work from with 18 workstations and a meeting room.“This is planning for a future where remote working is more commonplace and it will complement the Government’s plans for rural broadband in every part of the country.” Mr McHugh, Minister for Education and Skills and Donegal T.D. said the Government backed this ambition with a €200,000 grant under the Town and Village Renewal Scheme.“It’s great to see that coming to the planning stage and especially with everything that it will bring and the new opportunities for economic growth in a rural area,” he added.Carrigart’s digital hub moves a step closer with planning application was last modified: June 3rd, 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:Carrigartdigital hubplanning permission
The Haryana Police on Wednesday claimed to have arrested 10 more accused in the case of violence at Maruti Suzuki’s Manesar plant which had claimed the company’s human resources department’s general manager Awanish Kumar Dev’s life. The police also assured better security at the plant on the outskirts of Gurgaon city with a dedicated battalion of industrial force. Haryana director general of police (DGP) Ranjeev Singh Dalal said that the main accused of the July 18 incident was among the 10 arrested union officials. Maruti Suzuki Workers’ Union’s president Ram Meher and general secretary Sarabjit Singh were among those arrested. So far 114 workers of the plant have been arrested in the case. Earlier in the day, Dalal spoke to the top brass of the country’s largest car manufacturer and assured them of foolproof security at the plant and to individual officials. He told them that the state police have raised an industrial police force battalion exclusively for Manesar. The DGP assured the company management that the police would provide security and protection to the witnesses of the incident. He requested the company to resume operations at the Manesar plant, which has been locked out since the incident.
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Harry Kane was the hero for Tottenham Hotspur with his hat-trick as they won their first away match in three months against Burnley at Turf Moor.It was Kane’s seventh hat-trick saw the English striker equalling Premier League great, Alan Shearer’s record of most goals scored scored in a calendar year. His three goals took his tally to 36 goals in 2017, to match the same number Shearer had managed in 1995.Spurs’ win, their first on the road since their 4-0 victory at Huddersfield at the end of September, moved the London club up to fifth in the league, a point behind fourth-placed Liverpool.Kane, who oozed confidence and class throughout, put Spurs ahead from the penalty spot in the seventh minute after a controversial penalty award when Dele Alli went down under a challenge from Burnley defender Kevin Long.ï¿½??ï¿½ï¸ @HKane on his fine hat-trick, a great win at Turf Moor and chasing a @PremierLeague record. #OneOfOurOwn pic.twitter.com/ofxCShvzey- Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) December 23, 2017Alli had already enraged the home support four minutes earlier when he lunged late into a challenge on Burnley fullback Charlie Taylor and received a yellow card.While Burnley’s supporters booed England forward Alli throughout the game, Spurs had several chances to extend their lead but Moussa Sissoko and Son Heung-min wasted good opportunities.Sissoko was clear through on goal but Burnley keeper Nick Pope produced a fine double save to keep the advantage to a single goal at the break.Son should have doubled the lead in the 56th minute but blasted over the bar after Serge Aurier had put him through with only Pope to beat.advertisementInjuries and suspensions may have caught up with Burnley, who have enjoyed an impressive season so far and are still in seventh place, and Sean Dyche’s side certainly missed suspended central defender James Tarkowski.It was left to Kane to finally confirm the difference in class between the two sides, making it 2-0 in the 69th minute with a trademark finish after being put through by Sissoko.The England forward wrapped up the win with another confident finish for his hat-trick goal after neat work from Ben Davies and Alli.Alli was jeered as he was substituted but, by then, the early controversy seemed irrelevant.Burnley substitute Sam Vokes had a late header disallowed for a foul on Spurs keeper Hugo Lloris but the game was already well beyond the home side who now face a trip to Manchester United on Boxing Day.(With inputs from Reuters)