Almost €94,000 raised after Donegal nurse dies in Australia

first_img WhatsApp By News Highland – December 23, 2019 Google+ News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows DL Debate – 24/05/21 Pinterest Twitter Previous articleDonegal Mountain Rescue called to Muckish incidentNext articleInvestigations continuing into weekend stabbings News Highland Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Twitter Google+center_img Almost €94,000 raised after Donegal nurse dies in Australia Homepage BannerNews Facebook Pinterest Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp A GoFundMe page for the family and friends of a Donegal nurse who died in a freak accident in Australia on Friday has raised almost 94,000 euro.26-year-old Mary Ellen Molloy from Ardara died in Melbourne when a tree fell on the car she was traveling in.Two of her friends were also in the car at the time – one requires spinal surgery, while the second woman escaped unharmed. Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programmelast_img read more

Pork-A-Palooza May 19

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest On Saturday, May 19, 2018, the Ohio Pork Council will be hosting the Pork-a-Palooza, featuring: bacon, BBQ and beer at the Delaware County Fairgrounds. The event will be held from 1 p.m. – 7 p.m., and will feature pork products and sides from local food trucks and restaurants. Pork producers and consumers are invited to enjoy a fun-filled afternoon with music, food, beverages, children’s inflatables and educational opportunities. Tickets are $10 per person and children 12 and under are free.  Tickets can be purchased online at pork-a-palooza.com or on the day of the event.last_img read more

Virat Kohli wants Team India to embrace local culture in South Africa

first_imgIndia will leave for South Africa today (December 27) to play a series of three Tests, six ODIs and 3 T20Is starting January 5.Updates from Virat Kohli’s press conference:18.33 IST: Ravi Shastri also said, “We are all looking forward to the South Africa tour. It is going to be a challenge. We all know how tough it is to tour South Africa but that’s the beauty about their profession. Wanting challenges and embracing it. That’s what we are looking for.”18.28 IST: He’s very exciting, he’s shown how good he is in the limited-overs formats. What he’s also shown that he’s a quick learner. He’s run through oppositions in domestic cricket. His confidence level is high and it is a good time to get him in,” Ravi Shastri said on Jasprit Bumrah18.24 IST: I’m really happy for the boys that they will be able to walk around without being hassled. I think we need to connect with normal life. We are on the right track, all we need to do is not focus on it too much. The cricket will take of care of itself automatically: Virat Kohli18.23 IST: It all depends on the kind of mindset. Cricket is played with bat and ball and if you are there mentally, every condition seems like a home condition. You have to embrace the local culture to be able to do well there. The excitement is very important to be able to do well: Virat KohliWe are not going out there to prove something to someone, we are just going out there to play cricket and give 100% for the country: Virat Kohli #INDvSA pic.twitter.com/p71ZjAbDsbadvertisement- ANI (@ANI) December 27, 201718.22 IST: “Playing cricket for the country is the most prestigious thing. If you win any game of cricket and win, you feel good. Our job is to give out 100 per cent. We are going out there to play cricket, it does not matter where we play,” Virat Kohli said.18.19 IST: “The conditions will be testing but these one-and-a-half years will define Indian cricket,” says coach Ravi Shastri18.18 IST: “I was away for something which was more important. Getting back to the professional front won’t be difficult at all,” says Virat Kohli#WATCH Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri address the media in Mumbai before the team leaves on South Africa tour https://t.co/DRaQjaUBzi- ANI (@ANI) December 27, 2017Brief Preview: India signed 2017 off with a spectacular 3-0 whitewash of Sri Lanka, bringing to an end a dominant calendar year where they won 37 international matches, second only to Australia’s record of 38 such wins 14 years ago.In the course of these 12 months, India won limited-overs series against England, West Indies, Sri Lanka, Australia and New Zealand. Test series triumphs against Bangladesh, Australia and Sri Lanka ensured India remained on top of the ICC rankings.However, the real challenge for Virat Kohli’s India will come in the New Year in South Africa. India play their first Test in Cape Town from January 5 and the world’s top-ranked Test team will be expected to replicate their home season form in a country where they have never won a Test series.However, coach Ravi Shastri sees that as an opportunity and he is backing his men to do what they have done right through their successful home season. India have respected their opposition, there has been no loose talk from any of their players but their body language showed they were out there on the park to win.Shastri, in an exclusive interview with India Today’s Boria Majumdar, said India would go to South Africa with the same mentality. The coach lauded the team for its self-belief and said each player believed he could do well in South Africa against some of the best players in world cricket.”For us, all opposition is the same, all opposition has to be respected, every game is a home game and as it turns out next month is in South Africa,” Shastri told India Today. “Now where South Africa is different is that we have never won a series in South Africa and therein lies a massive opportunity for the team to do something special.”The belief is there and we will treat South Africa like we have treated every other opposition. There will be respect but we will go there to play to win.”While India’s limited-overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma said that the team has performed well despite few hiccups and are ready for stiffer challenges against the Proteas.”Looking very much forward to South Africa. Would like to reiterate the home season we’ve had. Never easy, no matter what conditions you play in. You have to go and get the win,” said The Hitman.advertisementlast_img read more

ODDS AND ENDS FROM THE NTL

first_imgThere are some new additions to the TFA Tournament staff this year. Welcome to Abby, Kasey, Ryan and Ebony and thank you for your help throughout what we hope will be an enjoyable tournament for you. Scorpions versus Rustlers at 12.20pm today, has also been decided as the Best Game of the tournament so far with Scorpions eventual winners, 8-5. Womens 20’sJessica Absolum (Suns)11 Womens OpenAngela Doyle (Rustlers)5 Gemma Etheridge (Rustlers)5 We have also had freelance cameraman, Kyle Hands out and about today, allowing teams to purchase DVD’s so they can view themselves in action. We’ve seen some brilliant touchdowns scored so far, and with finals around the corner and the cameras rolling during the finals on Monday, we’re sure to see many more. The top touchdown scorers at this stage are- With the NTL up and running we though we would put together a few statistics you needed to know and a few you didn’t! With the boys from the fishbowl keeping watch over the action and our roving reporters on the loose, nothing goes un-noticed! Every year the standard of Touch on display at the National Touch League just seems to get better.It’s only the end of day two, and already so far this tournament we’ve seen some thrilling games, some upsets and some truly courageous battles.Here are some best bits from the 2006 NTL so far: A tower has been put up in front of Field one, ready to start filming the Mens, Womens and Mixed Open finals on Monday to appear on Fox Sports in the coming weeks. The many spectators that come to Coffs to watch some Touch will easily be able to find out the scores on the main fields, with a new scoreboard set up for the finals. center_img The Best Touchdown we’ve seen so far occurred in Round 4 of the Mens Open division today where Scorpions scored a length of the field touchdown against Rustlers. We’ve spotted a Hot Stepper…Gian Guerra from Cyclones Mens 20’s left scorch marks all over field one this afternoon. Mixed OpenMichael Janco (Mets)7 Bianca Keehn (Scorpions)7 Mens 20’sAshley Shepherd (Sharks)8 Mens OpenMatt Prowse (Mets)13 Can you guess which TFA tournament staff member sleeps with her ‘Lamby’ and sucks her thumb at night? Kane and Adam from The Fishbowl, have voted that Sydney Mets has the nicest uniform this year.last_img read more

a month agoLindelof: I’m a better person for Man Utd move

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Lindelof: I’m a better person for Man Utd moveby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United defender Victor Lindelof is happy to put down roots.The Swede penned a new deal this week.He told the club’s website: ““I think I’ve matured a bit more in my way of playing and upped my game a little bit more. Also, the things that I’m good at I’m even better now than I was before. Then, as a person, the club have helped me a lot, as have the players, and I think I’m a better person now.“I hope [I can develop] a lot, I want to be even better and I want to help the team win trophies and games. I want to improve and be even better than I am today, that’s my main goal, and I know I have to work very hard to achieve that. I think I’m at the right club to do that.” last_img read more

Exploration company slapped with injunction over refusal to consult with Algonquin FN

first_imgAPTN National NewsOTTAWA–A northern Ontario First Nation won an injunction Wednesday against a junior exploration company that ignored provincial requests it consult with the Algonquin community before drilling on its traditional territory.An Ontario Superior Court judge sided with Wahgoshig First Nation and issued an injunction against Solid Gold Resources preventing the firm from doing any more work on the First Nation’s territory for 120 days.Justice Carole Brown ordered the company and the province to begin a consultation process with the community during the injunction period.Solid Gold president Darryl Stretch said he was disappointed with the decision.“It’s a bad day for junior exploration companies operating in Canada,” said Stretch.A community of about 250 people, Wahgoshig First Nations sits near Matheson, Ont., about 68 kilometres east of Timmins.Brown found that the firm “made a concerted, willful effort not to consult” with the First Nation, despite provincial requests Solid Gold engage in talks with Wahgoshig in 2009 and in 2011.The provincial government even offered to “facilitate the process” for Solid Gold, Brown wrote in the ruling.When two hunters from Wahgoshig came across one of the company’s drilling crews in the spring of 2011, the workers refused to reveal the name of their employer.When Wahgoshig band officials managed to find out which company was behind the drilling, they tried to initiate contact with Solid Gold to no avail.The community says the territory Solid Gold targeted for drilling contains burial grounds and other sacred sites.In 1995, Ontario’s Minister of Natural Resources determined that the Treaty 9 lands were an “area of cultural heritage potential.”Solid Gold’s lawyer told the court the company believed it had “no legal responsibility or duty to consult” and if there was a duty, it was up to governments to execute.The company said the Treaty 9 lands it was exploring were “surrendered to the Crown” and Wahgoshig had no “veto right over their activity.”Solid Gold, however, also admitted that any “impact, damage or destruction” done to the Algonquin’s territory had already occurred.Brown, however, concluded that allowing Solid Gold to continue its drilling work and ignoring the position of the Algonquins would send the wrong message.“To refuse to enjoin Solid Gold from its drilling, in the circumstances of this case, will send a message that Aboriginal and treaty rights, including the rights to consultation and accommodation can be ignored by exploration companies, rendering the First Nations constitutionally recognized rights meaningless,” wrote Brown. “That would not be in the public interest. It is in the public interest to ensure that the Constitution is honoured and respected.”last_img read more

BJP insulting Ram by using his name for polls Abhishek

first_imgKushmandi (South Dinajpur): Trinamool Youth Congress president Abhishek Banerjee said BJP is insulting Ram, as his name is being used by the party in a bid to win elections.Addressing a meeting here on Thursday afternoon, Banerjee said: “BJP is insulting Ram by using his name to win elections. Before the election BJP promises to construct Ram temple and forgets it after the election gets over,” he said, adding: “BJP shouts Jai Sri Ram before conducting riots. There are blood stains on their hands.” Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaBanerjee said as BJP does not do any work, the party has no other alternative but to use religion to win polls. “Religion is private and in social life, work is the only religion. BJP uses religion to divide people and incite people belonging to one religion against the other,” he added. Banerjee said at a time when the entire country is suffering from acute economic crisis, Narendra Modi is spending Rs 3,000 crore to construct the statue of unity and crores more on his foreign trips. He alleged that Modi’s “Make in India” is a big hoax. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highway”Modi is encouraging the sale of Chinese products. The bullet train has been brought from Japan and he himself uses a German vehicle,” he said, adding: “Earlier, Modi used to sell tea by holding a kettle and now he is selling the country with Jaitley besides him.” Addressing first-time voters, Banerjee said: “Before casting your vote you should think about the consequences of note ban and GST. The poor people are yet to come out of the shock of note ban. Thousands of people have lost their jobs. Twelve thousand farmers have committed suicide. The hasty implementation of GST has affected traders and small businessmen badly. Modi has not said a single word on the issue and is instead making false promises before the elections.” The Trinamool Youth Congress president said BJP workers and leaders can only be seen before the elections, whereas Trinamool workers and leaders stay beside people throughout the year. “People know that Trinamool leaders and workers will always stand beside them during distress. BJP leaders are like seasonal birds, they go when the season is over,” he said. Banerjee said Trinamool candidate Arpita Ghosh, who is the sitting MP from Balurghat, will win the election by 2 lakh votes. “I can feel the pulse of the people and can assure you that Ghosh will win by 2 lakh votes,” he said, requesting voters to go to the polling stations early in the day to exercise their franchise. Balurghat will go to polls on April 23.last_img read more