By News Highland – August 25, 2011 Harps chairman appeals for support as club targets €30,000 in fundraising drive RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published The Chairperson of Finn Harps Football Club says the club must raise €30,000 through its current fundraising drive just to meet its targets for the current season.Figures presented at an Extraordinary General Meeting last night showed income is well down on 2010. A public meeting following the EGM was told that the situation would be far worse if a number of committee members hadn’t put more of their own money into the club.Appealing for public support for the club’s current fundraising initiative, Harps Chairman Joey O’Leary told Highland Radio Sport the situation is serious………..[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/leary10.mp3[/podcast] Pinterest Facebook Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Newsx Adverts Twitter Previous articleHarte fears delay in Back to School allowance will impact on studentsNext articleFive arrests in Inishowen arson investigation News Highland Twitter Pinterest Google+ Facebook WhatsApp LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Google+ Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey WhatsApp
The home at 3 Shiraz Ct, Kippa-Ring.There is a large lounge room at the front of the home, along with an office and workshop area in what was a single-car garage. The open-plan kitchen and dining room opens to the deck, and there is an internal laundry and modern bathroom with separate shower and bath.The master bedroom has an ensuite, built-in robe and study nook, and the three other bedrooms have built-in robes. The home at 3 Shiraz Court Kippa-Ring.THIS lowset home has a swimming pool and plenty of entertaining space for those who like to live outdoors. The four-bedroom home at 3 Shiraz Ct, Kippa-Ring has been updated and extended to suit a growing family. Owner Karyn Wallis said she and her husband had owned the property for 10 years and had happily raised their two children there. “We love the pool and outdoor area — it’s quite spacious and lots of fun,” she said. “The kids are pretty much in the pool most afternoons as soon as it’s warm enough. The home at 3 Shiraz Ct, Kippa-Ring.Outside, the deck and the covered entertaining area overlook the in-ground swimming pool and low-maintenance yard. The home is close to the new Kippa-Ring train station, shops, schools and the Peninsula beaches. The property is being marketed by Brendan Philp, of Abode Properties, for offers over $549,000. The home at 3 Shiraz Ct, Kippa-Ring.“And the outside area is great for barbecues, and having friends and family over.”Ms Wallis said they had extended and renovated the home to include an extra bedroom and new main bathroom. More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019They also rendered the exterior, painted inside, had the roof replaced and installed a new splashback in the kitchen. There is also a new hardwood timber fence with keyless entry. “The home is perfect for families and it’s on a quiet, friendly street,” Ms Wallis said.
The Scottish & Newcastle Pension Plan has agreed a £2.4bn (€3.3bn) longevity swap with UK insurer Friends Life to shift risk of pensioners exceeding longevity expectations.The scheme, now part of Heineken after its takeover of Scottish & Newcastle in 2009, has insured longevity risk for approximately 19,000 pensioners – almost half its membership.Heineken dealt with Friend Life, part of the Aviva Group, in an uncommon arrangement, with the primary insurer retaining some risk.Previously, pension schemes would arrange longevity swap transactions with reinsurers via primary insurers or banks, or directly transact using an insurance company cell. The scheme said it found previously unused capacity in the primary insurance market for longevity swaps and thus arranged a deal with Aviva.Aviva said it partnered with Swiss Re for it to take on some risk but retain some exposure.The scheme, which closed to future accrual in 2011, said the deal should help bring peace of mind to members.Ian Aley, head of pension transactions at Towers Watson, who advised the parties involved, said the move to transact directly with Aviva was another example of innovation in the longevity risk market.“Heineken has broken new ground with this transaction, identifying a new longevity counterparty in Aviva, which provided additional market capacity on this occasion,” he said.Aley added that it was unusual to see a primary insurer take on the risk directly.He said the trustees of the scheme realised a longevity swap would require a long-term relationship and, after approaching several insurance and reinsurance firms, felt comfortable using the newer deal structure with the UK-regulated firm.The £2.4bn deal comes as the UK longevity swap market takes off in 2015, after seeing record deals last year.The BT Pension Scheme created its own insurance company to transact directly with the reinsurance market in a £16bn arrangement.This was part of a wave of longevity swaps between UK pension schemes and global reinsurers, started by Aviva’s reinsuring its own pension scheme in a £5bn deal with three reinsurers.Four of the five longevity swaps in the £25.4bn market directly transacted with reinsurers.US reinsurer, Prudential Financial, said it expected the longevity risk market to grow significantly as appetite spread across Europe, and also that unmediated deals would become the new norm.
Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (33) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +12 Vote up Vote down David Edge · 224 weeks ago I feel bad for the Football team. The Wellington Head Football Coaching position has become a sort of revolving door. I hope whoever replaces this coach has some stick-ability to him/her. I do understand that people have to do what is best for their family. I wish Coach Ryan and his family all the best. These kids and the kids coming up from grade school deserve a Coach that is going to stick with them through their High School career and someone they can always depend on even after they’ve gone on to become adults. Report Reply 0 replies · active 224 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Wellington Fan · 224 weeks ago Alright, I want to be fair, coach Ryan seemed like a really nice guy and from what I heard a great teacher and will be missed, along with his wife. However when it comes to football coaching not so much. As a lifelong crusader fan who now has grandchildren approaching playing age, I was very happy to hear of this resignation. His offensive and defensive schemes were terrible. He was also not tough enough on these athletes. Now to those in charge of the replacement hiring. Lets move up some of those young coaches on the staff who played for Wellington and have made this their home, so that when they are successful we don’t lose them to another school. Obviously hiring from outside has been a horrible idea, just look at the last few years teams. Poor efforts, poor records, no pride, low turn out of young men for the team. Lets get the crusader pride and want to win back to where it once was. And crusader graduate coaches would do this! Report Reply 2 replies · active 224 weeks ago -3 Vote up Vote down 16JL · 224 weeks ago Was there a real need to post his record? Yeah his record may have been sub-par here but what was the point of posting his record from Trinity? Why not throw the records from Holton and East where he won state titles? Sounds to me like some shade is being thrown from your corner with no way to defend himself. Especially when all he has received from this website is hate after every loss and postseason review. Report Reply 1 reply · active 224 weeks ago +22 Vote up Vote down GHHS · 224 weeks ago Thanks, Coach Ryan for your time and effort here. Report Reply 0 replies · active 224 weeks ago +3 Vote up Vote down Oh boy · 224 weeks ago Just a proof reading “This will mark the fourth head football coaching search this decade. Wellington last made the playoffs in 2010.” Pretty sure this is the 3rd search this decade. Report Reply 0 replies · active 224 weeks ago +12 Vote up Vote down Jeff · 224 weeks ago Is it possible these coaches are leaving due to pressure from certain other groups and interested parties? I think Mr. Ryan mentioned the stress on his health. It would not surprise me to learn that, for example, the boosters are partly to blame for losing Hibbs then having difficulty a traction a top-shelf replacement. Just something to think about. Report Reply 0 replies · active 224 weeks ago -17 Vote up Vote down Jim Bo Dean Milner · 224 weeks ago Dear Lord please help us bring in another Coach Mac Odell. He put together a great coaching staff. I bleed Crusader Red and have been embarrassed by the last couple of Coaching hires. You damn straight his record counts should have fired him. Wellington Football went to crap when they implemented the zero tolerance as many athletes can not afford to test positive on a drug test as it would kill their chance of going to college or being hired. Lots of schools tried to follow suit with Wellington but removed their zero policy as it had an immediate effect on their records. And they realized them athlete’s were not going out. Once they dropped it the athletes came back out. Report Reply 2 replies · active 224 weeks ago +19 Vote up Vote down cb72 · 224 weeks ago The program has fallen in my three years here from what I can see as a lack of enthusiasm from players. We have had to constantly beg kids that are supposed to be parts of the puzzle of success to just come to practice. When we were winning when I was a kid those guys were all about football and would’ve died on the field if that’s what was needed. THAT IS the problem, not him. It’s my classmates and many others like them that aren’t taught enough about accountability. It also never helps to have parents at home that only think it’s the coach not pushing hard enough when their son isn’t at practice day-in-day-out. Next time you wonder why we aren’t winning think about that. Report Reply 0 replies · active 224 weeks ago +13 Vote up Vote down Wellington Parent · 224 weeks ago THERE SHOULD BE MORE TO WELLINGTON THAN JUST FOOTBALL. Stop trying to live the glory days or living your dreams through your children! Football isn’t everything guys. Sports are great for students but this town needs to grow up and understand there is more to life than just FOOTBALL. Good for coach Ryan. God please protect the next coach that takes over. Report Reply 1 reply · active 224 weeks ago -9 Vote up Vote down WHS Parent · 224 weeks ago More time/money is spent on football than all other sports. Sad really. The real sports to invest in should be basketball and baseball and the others, not football. Report Reply 4 replies · active 223 weeks ago 12Next » Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Tyler Ryan has resigned as head coach of the Wellington football Crusaders. He tendered his resignation this morning at USD 353 school.Ryan and his wife Stephanie have accepted teaching jobs at Holton High School next fall. Ryan said he will not be coaching, but will be teaching at the high school in business education. Stephanie, who teaches at Lincoln Elementary, will teach at a similar elementary school in Holton.Tyler Ryanâ€œI needed to set back and catch my breath,â€ Ryan said. â€œFootball is a year-round process. I was stressing and it wasn’t good for my health.”â€œThis was not about anything Wellington did or did not do. This was a personal thing. I had been on the fence about this decision for some time.â€Ryan will finish out the year as the WHS track coach. He said he might pursue a track position at Holton, but currently has no plans to coach football.Ryan took over at Wellington High School four years ago, replacing Dylan Schmidt, who was there for one year after replacing Linn Hibbs.Hibbs just recently took the head coaching job at Winfield High School. T.D. Buck recently resigned as the defensive coordinator – a position he has held for more than a decade. He will be rejoining Hibbs as an offensive line coach.Ryan denied that Buck transferring to Winfield played a role in his decision.Both resignations will be approved at the next meeting. Buck will remain a teacher at USD 353 and is currently the WHS girls softball coach.The Crusaders were 16-20 in Ryanâ€™s four seasons here, and failed to make the playoffs in any of those seasons.â€œI really appreciate the community, for all they have done for me and my family,â€ Ryan said. â€œI especially want to thank Brian (Buchanan) and Adam (Hatfield), who have been great to work with.â€Ryan said he knows it is late in the process for hiring new coaches, but there are a lot of good ones out there.â€œI really hope Wellington can hire a football coach, who can get them over the hump,â€ Ryan said.Ryan came to Wellington at 28 years of age having coached at Wichita Trinity for two seasons where he was 9-9 during his tenure there. Wellington had gone 2-8 and 3-6 in the two previous years, before Ryan took the position.Ryan had two winning seasons. He was 5-4 in 2013 and 5-4 in 2014, before going 4-5 in 2015.This will mark the third head football coaching search this decade. 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The Thousand Oaks-Westlake Village Regional Chamber of Commerce is inviting the public to attend its December After Five Mixer on Wednesday evening. The mixer will take place in the newly remodeled food court on the lower level of The Oaks shopping center, 222 W. Hillcrest Drive, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. The price to attend is $2 for members and $10 for nonmembers and no RSVP is required. For more information, visit www.towlvchamber.org. Opening a new business, got a hot tip or a big promotion? If so, we want to hear about it. E-mail your news to [email protected] and be sure to include your name and phone number.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Studio City-based QD3 Entertainment recently announced a partnership with cell-phone provider Helio to launch a QD3-branded channel as part of Helio’s new Music Mix premium video package. QD3 will offer regularly updated programming, including clips from its library of more than 2,000 hours. Music Mix will showcase streaming music-related video content such as performances, artist interviews, music news, videos and more. Founded in 2002 by Quincy Jones III – the son of musician, record producer and composer Quincy Jones Jr. – QD3 Entertainment is an independent producer and aggregator of images, video and music. Northrop Grumman recently chose PPG Aerospace’s Los Angeles application support center as a recipient of their Platinum Source Preferred Award. PPG was one of 56 from more than 1,200 of their suppliers to earn the award, and one of only 21 to earn it for the second straight year. To earn the award, suppliers must meet quality, delivery, customer satisfaction and lean process standards for at least 12 consecutive months and have a “process variability reduction program.” PPG supplies Northrop Grumman with coatings, sealants and custom-packaged third-party chemicals. The Los Angeles Center is in Glendale, and it supplies Northrop Grumman Integrated Systems facilities in Palmdale and El Segundo. Based in Pittsburgh, PPG employs more than 34,000 people at 125 manufacturing centers and equity affiliates in more than 25 countries. The bulk vending company A&A Global Industries, Inc. recently leased a 31,828-square-foot industrial facility in Sylmar for an expansion and relocation of its Los Angeles-area distribution center and showroom. It plans to relocate from Sun Valley and occupy the facility at 15094 Bledsoe St. on Jan. 1, 2008, and employ about 25 people. David Hoffberg, senior vice president of the Van Nuys-based Delphi Business Properties, represented the owner, Z. Patrick Berberian. Hoffberg and Delphi’s chief operating officer Jerry Scullin represented A&A. A&A’s products include toys, candy, stickers and other novelties. SureFire, LLC – a manufacturer of compact, high-end illumination tools and tactical equipment – recently named Calabasas-based interactive agency Wicked Smart Marketing as its online media buyer of record. In developing an overall strategy to help drive sales, Wicked Smart created microsites for SureFire’s flashlights. Previously, Wicked Smart designed and developed the Web site for SureFire’s EarPro products, which increased user interactivity while increasing sales. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: Clemson demonstrates that it’s tough to knock out the champTIP JAR The Valley Economic Development Center has workshops on marketing and business loans set this week. Business Marketing Basics will cover the most important basics of how to prepare a realistic marketing plan for your business. The free seminar, sponsored by Wachovia, will take place from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday. Do you want to expand, purchase equipment/inventory, or restructure your business? If so, attend All About Business Loans to learn about SBA, micro loan, minority, veteran, special loan programs and packaging options. The free workshop will be 4 to 5 p.m. Wednesday. Both seminars are at the VEDC in Van Nuys, 5121 Van Nuys Blvd., third floor. To RSVP or for more information, call 818-907-9922.
Two men have been arrested after an attempted burglary in Ballybofey overnight.It is understood the men were disturbed as they were breaking into a house.Gardai arrived on the scene and arrested two men. The men were taken to Letterkenny Garda station where they continue to be questioned.The pair are expected to appear at a future sitting of the courts.Men arrested after attempted burglary in Ballybofey overnight was last modified: December 20th, 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:arrestBallybofeyburgalryGardai
Chris Wood had the best chance of the first half at Loftus Road, where Grant Hall went closest for QPR. Liam Cooper lifted the ball forward and after Rob Green hesitated, Wood rounded him but was left at an acute angle and keeper Green had time to get back into position before the Leeds striker sliced a shot high and wide of the target.Rangers, without a goal in their last four matches, felt they might have had a penalty for a push by Giuseppe Bellusci on Junior Hoilett.Seconds later, Hall headed over from Alejandro Faurlin’s right-wing corner.And a couple of minutes before the interval, R’s captain Nedum Onuoha fired narrowly over with a firmly-struck 30-yarder.Hoilett was restored to the starting line-up by interim boss Neil Warnock, who gave winger Michael Petrasso, 20, his full QPR debut.Charlie Austin, who has been nursing a calf problem, is among the Rangers substitutes.QPR: Green, Perch, Onuoha. Hall, Konchesky, Petrasso, Faurlin, Sandro, Yun, Hoilett, Phillips.Subs: Smithies, Austin, Henry, Chery, Luongo, Tozser. Angella.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
10 July 2013 The Mandela Day container library project, an innovative response to the shortage of libaries at South African schools, will celebrate Nelson Mandela month with the handover of its 28th library – a custom-adapted 12-metre shipping container – to Alpine Primary School in Mitchells Plain, Cape Town. The 28th Mandela Day container library went on public display at Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront at an event marking the launch of Mandela month on 1 July, and will remain on display through 18 July, Mandela’s 95th birthday as well as Nelson Mandela International Day. Marked across the world on 18 July each year, Mandela Day aims to inspire people to take action to change the world for the better and, in doing so, to build a global movement for good. “The public is invited to view the library, get involved in activities within and around the library, such as writing their messages of hope on the 67 minutes wall of hope, painting the external wall of the container, reading to school learners and donating books,” Puleng Phooko, programmes manager for Breadline Africa, said at launch event at the V&A Waterfront’s Clock Tower square. Breadline Africa is one of a number of NGOs and corporates that have partnered with the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory to drive the container library project, with corporates providing financial support, sponsorship of books and employee volunteers, and literacy organisations, book donation agencies and publishers providing books, educational equipment and materials. “The installation of Mandela Day libraries continues to spread the Mandela Day message about people’s capacity, when working together, to bring about positive change,” the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory says on its website. “The libraries promote a reading culture and address the call for equal access to resources for education.” According to Phooko, the project, inspired by Mandela’s own love of reading and belief in the transformative power of education, can only be successful through the joint efforts of partners willing to make positive changes in children’s lives. The first Mandela Day container library was opened on 18 July 2011 at Tsakane Primary School on the East Rand in Gauteng province, and since then a further 26 have opened, covering deserving underprivileged schools in urban and rural areas countrywide and collectively touching the lives of over 20 000 pupils. Alpine Primary School in Mitchells Plain, which will receive the 28th library later this month, currently has no library for its 1 370 pupils. To ensure the sustainability of the project, the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory, with support from LegalWise, Macmillan South Africa and other partners, hosted librarian training sessions in Johannesburg and Cape Town in October for teachers who run the libraries in recipient schools. Last month, the centre hosted a networking event bringing together “the companies that sponsor libraries, publishers and booksellers, architects and engineers who help design the libraries, and non-profit organisations that make the libraries a functional reality for learners and educators”. Tim Smith, director of Breadline Africa, appealed to corporates in South Africa and abroad to get involved in taking the project forward. Also speaking at the event, Kimberly van Dyk, CSI manager at JPMorgan Chase Bank, spoke of the bank’s sponsorship of a library, saying it was well received by people working at the bank, especially at its New York headquarters. Florina Tshikane, principal of Meadowlands Primary School in Soweto, spoke of the her pupils’ excitement about their container library, which opened in August. “They are so enthusiastic about the library,” she said. “They rush to library during break time.” SAinfo reporter
If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers! As the clock unwound in Manhattan and the reality that Oklahoma State’s Big 12 title dreams were in fact still alive, a pleased Mike Gundy spoke to reporters.“These games are nerve-wracking for all of us,” Gundy told Go Pokes. “Really for me, I enjoy watching it and seeing them rally. When we talk about no fear, no fatigue, no frustration in our program, they never showed any frustration, they just kept playing.“Obviously, fatigue wasn’t an issue because they played better in the fourth quarter then they did in the third. So, their attitude, their body language, the character of who they are, the substance of this team, I can’t say anything but A-plus.”I love that. OSU really does have a knack for winning tight games in the Gundy era. A stunning Mike Gundy stat emerged in the Manhattan aftermath. In his last 11 games decided by fewer than 10 points, Gundy and Co. are 10-1. The only loss? CMU************************Let’s take a look at all 11 games.at Kansas (2014) — 27-20And we’re off to a roaring start.at OU (2014) — 38-35This is the crown jewel of this list.Washington (2015) — 30-22Another gem that looks better with age especially with the way UDub is playing this season.at Texas (2015) — 30-27This was one of the more hideous good wins of the Gundy era.Kansas State (2015) — 36-34I would imagine KSU is on this list for a lot of teams.at West Virginia (2015) 33-26One of the sneaky great wins of the Gundy era.at Iowa State (2015) — 35-31This, too, probably should have been a loss. It is probably not good that you have two Iowa State games on here in which OSU failed to cover the spread.Central Micigan (2016) — 30-27The only loss!Pittsburgh (2016) — 45-38OSU was a narrow favorite here and with the way Penn State (which Pitt beat) is playing the second half of the year, this win keeps getting more impressive.Iowa State (2016) — 38-31It’s sort of embarrassing that this game is on the list, but then again Iowa State might be the best 1-8 team of all time.at Kansas State (2016) — 43-37Saturday’s game. OSU could have (and probably should have) lost. But it didn’t, and the dream of a Big 12 crown was prolonged a week deeper into November.There are a couple of ways to look at this list. The first is that OSU “just wins, baby.” The other is “why are you having super close games against Kansas and Iowa State?” Gundy insists there is parity in the Big 12 which I can get on board with, but nobody thinks Kansas and ISU are good enough to hang with these OSU teams.The flip side of that is that when OSU loses, it gets houuuuuused. Look at the end of last year. Ten straight wins before getting beat by a combined 73 points by Baylor, OU and Ole Miss. It’s different if you’re winning all your games (including the sub-10-point ones).But OSU has also won a ton of games under Gundy — even those we don’t think should be as close as they have been. In the last three years it is 18-1 as the favored team in Vegas. Eighteen and one! Only Clemson has a better record (min. 10 games).So yes it has a penchant for winning tight games, but it takes care of business as the favorite. Even if it’s not in the manner in which we would prefer.“No one starts yelling, no one loses composure,” James Washington told the Tulsa World. “I feel like I actually calm down when things like that happen.”I’m glad somebody is.
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