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With the tournament set to begin soon, our friends at SA Rugby Mag take a look at players to watch for each team. Expand Six Nations Fixtures 2022 LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS In this piece we take a look at… Six Nations Fixtures 2022 Super Rugby Players To WatchSuper Rugby is back this week! The competition, featuring teams from New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, Argentina and Japan, has many of the finest players in the world competing in it.All Blacks, Springboks, Wallabies, Pumas and Brave Blossoms are plentiful so to celebrate the return of this brilliant competition Jon Cardinelli, Craig Lewis, Dylan Jack & Mariette Adams from SA Rugby Mag have put forward their players to watch for each team.BLUES ￼- ￼Karl Tu’inukuafeNew Pastures: The All Black has moved from the Chiefs to the Blues (Getty Images)￼He completed a remarkable rise from nightclub bouncer to All Black in 2018 and was a nominee for the World Rugby Breakthrough Player of the Year award. The 25-year-old mustachioed loosehead prop began playing rugby as a way to lose weight and was first spotted playing for North Harbour by Chiefs scouts.After an impressive 2018 campaign, Tu’inukuafe could have signed for the Blues, Chiefs or Highlanders for the 2019 season, but his close family ties to Auckland and Tom Coventry’s appointment as Blues forwards coach lured him home. He is a powerful scrummager and fearless ball-carrier.BRUMBIES – Peter SamuDynamic Brumbie: Peter Samu has moved from the Crusaders to the Brumbies (Getty Images)The Brumbies traditionally boast strong, competitive loose-forward trios and the addition of Pete Samu has boosted their back-row stocks for the new season. The former Crusader, who was at the centre of a tug-of-war between Australia and New Zealand, is a dynamic player whose pace and power are complemented by his vision and skill execution.The 27-year-old’s career has been hampered by injuries but he finally made his Wallabies debut, against Ireland, last June. And now that he’s based in Australia, you would expect his cap tally to increase at a rapid rate, provided he stays fit and in form.BULLS ￼- Embrose PapierBig Potential: Papier will be looking to build on his fantastic 2018 season (Getty Images)￼The Bulls boasts plenty of great backs, but it’s the prodigiously talented scrum-half Embrose Papier who will be determined to build on an unforgettable 2018 season. The 21-year-old was backed by then Bulls coach John Mitchell as one of three young nines in the squad last year and grabbed his opportunity with both hands.His potential was also recognised by South Africa coach Rassie Erasmus, who drafted him into the national set-up before handing the youngster two starts on the end-of-year tour. Papier came of age with composed performances against Scotland and Wales, whichwill stand him in good stead for this campaign.He will once again face competition from Ivan van Zyl and André Warner for the Bulls’ No 9 jersey, but he can expect to receive plenty of game time this season.CHIEFS ￼- Angus Ta’avaoHard Worker: Angus Ta’avao has risen up the ranks quickly in New Zealand (Getty Images)Having started 2018 without a contract, prop Angus Ta’avao more than exceeded expectations after being called into the Chiefs squad as injury cover. The former Waratah became an integral part of the team and went on to make his All Blacks debut later in the year.Coach Colin Cooper singled out Ta’avao as one of the hardest-working members of the Chiefs squad and with a pack containing the likes of Brodie Retallick and Nepo Laulala, the Hamilton-based franchise could inflict plenty of damage up front this season.CRUSADERS – ￼Jack GoodhueDependable Centre: For the Crusaders and NZ, Goodhue has shown his class (Getty Images)￼A mainstay in the Crusaders midfield, Jack Goodhue followed up his breakthrough 2017 season with an excellent 2018, helping the Crusaders successfully defend their title. Yet he will remember 2018 as the year he managed to break into the All Blacks squad and make his international debut, in the June Test series against France.The centre made six Test starts, slowly proving his worth alongside franchise team-mate Ryan Crotty. A deadly finisher with an eye for a gap, Goodhue will be hoping another excellent Super Rugby campaign is enough to seal a spot in the All Blacks’ World Cup squad.HIGHLANDERS ￼- Liam SquireInjury Struggles: Hopefully Squire can remain fit throughout the year for club and country (Getty Images)￼A cornerstone of the Highlanders pack when fit, Liam Squire has had a tough time with injuries. He has started only 40 of a possible 95 games for franchise and country over the past three years, due to knee, hand and shoulder issues.Dynamic with ball in hand and always keen to use his big frame to good effect, the blindside flanker is still a favourite of All Blacks coach Steve Hansen. If he has a good run of games, 2019 could be a big year for the 27-year-old.HURRICANES – ￼￼Ngani LaumapeTough to Stop: Laumape may not be the biggest, but he knows his way to the try-line (Getty Images)￼Ngani Laumape scored nine Super Rugby tries in 2018, including four in an outstanding display against the Blues, and was named the Hurricanes Player of the Year for the second season in a row. The centre’s form over the past two years has seen him earn ten Test caps, his debut coming in the series decider against the British & Irish Lions in 2017.While not the biggest midfielder in Super Rugby, Laumape is still a devastating ball-carrier with a low centre of gravity that has helped him evade tackles throughout his career.JAGUARES ￼- Domingo MiottiOrchestrator: Miotti is taking over from Nicolas Sanchez as fly-half for the Jaguares (Getty Images)￼As Nicolás Sánchez’s replacement, fly-half Domingo Miotti has big boots to fill, but the 22-year-old is talented and level-headed enough to take the pressures that come with senior rugby in his stride. Women’s Six Nations Fixtures 2021 Women’s Six Nations Fixtures 2021 Rugby World Cup Player Watch Rugby World Cup Player Watch Women’s Six Nations Fixtures 2021 This year’s Women’s… Expand Six Nations Fixtures 2022 The 2022 Six Nations… Captain Fantastic: Michael Leitch will take the reigns for the Sunwolves again (Getty Images) Collapse Miotti first rose to prominence at the 2016 Junior World Cup when inspiring Argentina to two wins against South Africa. He is an accurate goal-kicker, but it’s his ability to orchestrate an attack from anywhere on the field that could make him an instant hit in Super Rugby LIONS ￼- Aphiwe DyantyiBig Impact: Dyantyi has incredible speed and can finish well (Getty Images)￼On the back of several potent performances for the Lions last year, Aphiwe Dyantyi was brought into the Springbok mix as Rassie Erasmus looked to harness the 24-year-old’s speed and finishing ability.The wing started in 13 of the Boks’ 14 Tests in 2018, and his impact was recognised when he was named World Rugby Breakthrough Player of the Year. Now the challenge is to replicate the form he showed in his breakout season.His attacking play has undoubtedly boosted the Lions and the Boks over the past 12 months, but he has room to improve in defence and under the high ball. What’s been encouraging to note is the youngster’s attitude and work ethic.REBELS ￼- Adam ColemanSenior role: The time has come for Coleman to become a leader (Getty Images)￼Former Reds fly-half Quade Cooper will have a point to prove as he tries to resurrect his rugby career in Melbourne, but it’sAdam Coleman who could play the biggest role in this team’s season.He joined the Rebels in 2018 and has made 12 appearances for them, mainly off the bench, but the experienced Geoff Parling’s move to the coaching team means the Wallaby is now the most senior lock in the Rebels’ ranks and will have a greater responsibility.The 27-year-old can be hot-headed at times and will need to exercise more self-discipline. But he is a great lineout exponent who likes to exert pressure.REDS ￼- Caleb TimuWandering Youngster: Caleb Timu will look to repay Brad Thorn’s faith in him (Getty Images)￼Caleb Timu is a threat to any defence with his power-running game. A Mormon who asked for an early release from his Brisbane Broncos contract as he was required to play on Sundays, Timu joined the Reds in 2016. A pre-season injury left him in limbo for most of the next two years, during which time he worked as an Uber driver to provide for his family.The 24-year-old back-rower, who is studying for a Bachelor of Commerce degree, will hope to repay coach Brad Thorn’s faith in him this season.SHARKS ￼- ￼Akker van der MerwePoint to Prove: Van der Merwe will look to become a Springbok again in 2019 (Getty Images)￼Akker van der Merwe will head into the 2019 season with a point to prove. The explosive hooker featured in three Tests for the Boks last June, then fell by the wayside. However, the 27-year-old sent out a stark reminder of his class with a couple of standout performancesduring the 2018 Currie Cup play-offs.He will be more determined than ever to make the Sharks’ No 2 jersey his own and force his way back into the South Africa reckoning before the World Cup.While Van der Merwe is renowned for his mobility and robust ball-carrying, it’s in his primary set-piece role where he’ll be looking to establish real consistency.STORMERS ￼- ￼Damian WillemseLast line: Willemse will likely act as the Stormers last line of defence at full-back this year (Getty Images)￼Damian Willemse, 20, troubled the better defensive sides with his speed, stepping ability and distribution last year, then received a call-up to join the Springboks. Rassie Erasmus compared him to Frans Steyn and captain Siya Kolisi confirmed that Willemse’s mental strength would stand him in good stead at the highest level.The youngster made his first Test start at No 15 against England at Twickenham and Erasmus has made it clear that he wants Willemse to receive more game time at full-back for the Stormers before the Boks travel to the World Cup. With more time and space to work his magic, Willemse should provide the Stormers with plenty of impetus from the back.SUNWOLVES ￼- Michael LeitchLooking Ahead: Leitch will look to have a big year with the Rugby World Cup looming large (Getty Images)￼After a solid debut season for the Sunwolves last year, Michael Leitch has a big role to play for franchise and country in 2019. The loose forward has never been short of work-rate, with his ability to force turnovers and physicality in the tackle often proving his strongest assets.The 30-year-old Japan captain will also have to stand up as a leader in what could be a defining season for his teams. The spotlight will be firmly fixed on the Sunwolves and their future in the competition, as well as on Japan as World Cup hosts, so Leitch will have to draw on his experience to guide his franchise and country to new heights.WARATAHS ￼- Jake GordonFirst Choice: Gordon will likely be the starting scrum-half for the Waratahs (Getty Images)￼In 2018, Jake Gordon eclipsed Nick Phipps as the Waratahs’ first-choice scrum-half and while he didn’t set Super Rugby alight, he didn’t disappoint either. He played in 17 of the Waratahs’ 18 matches, amassing a total of 757 minutes. With a crisp passing and strong running and kicking game, 25-year-old Gordon brings unpredictability to the No 9 position. He does have defensive frailties but the Waratahs conceded 67 tries in 2018, so the same can be said of several of his team-mates.Don’t forget to follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Please enter your name here Mitzi Hahn is a lady on a mission. Her passion is to educate, serve, encourage and inspire the women of Apopka. And it was from a very disturbing story that triggered this passion. On her Facebook page she writes:“Three miles away from our church lived Andrea, a single mom. She was isolated, and depressed; she felt alone. On Mother’s day weekend in 2004, she poisoned her 3 children, hid their bodies between two mattresses, and drove away, intending to kill herself. She didn’t get that far, she was arrested, and is now serving a life sentence in prison.Mitzi Hahn Andrea’s story shocked me, I couldn’t get it out of my mind. How could she live so close to our church, with so many Christians, so much ministry going on, and still have this happen? I went to visit her, and she told me her story. Andrea is a Christian, and was a good mother. She had been going to church, until something happened, she never said exactly what. She stopped going, and became isolated. She told me that’s when the enemy got ahold of her and took her down that long, dark road.And there, but for the grace of God, go I.Andrea wasn’t homeless. She wasn’t a battered wife. Her children were not hungry, nor did they have special needs.There is no ministry for the Andreas of our world outside the church.”Hahn is the guest today on 1520 WBZW’s “My Hometown”, She will talk about her group’s efforts to start a Books/Coffee/Craft Center called Jacob’s Well. Her vision is to educate, serve, encourage, and inspire women to abundant life through the love and power of Jesus Christ.“My Hometown” airs afternoons from three to five and Hahn will be the guest at three. At four join Nick LoCicero and Jim Turner with attractions news and ideas for fun, adventure and excitement! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate TAGSJacob’s WellJim TUrnerMitzi HahnMy HometownWBZW 1520am Previous articleApopka High School FFA Raising Funds to Travel to NationalsNext article2001: An Online Odyssey Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Please enter your comment! You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter The Anatomy of Fear
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ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/953907/aranguren-house-rehabilitation-coa-arquitectura-plus-luis-aldrete Clipboard Area: 5995 ft² Photographs Houses Francisco Gutiérrez Peregrina, Luis Aldrete Aranguren House Rehabilitation / CoA Arquitectura + Luis Aldrete Projects ArchDaily Architects: CoA Arquitectura, Luis Aldrete Area Area of this architecture project Save this picture!© César Béjar+ 35Curated by Clara Ott Share CopyHouses, Refurbishment•Guadalajara, Mexico Mexico Photographs: César Béjar Aranguren House Rehabilitation / CoA Arquitectura + Luis AldreteSave this projectSaveAranguren House Rehabilitation / CoA Arquitectura + Luis Aldrete Lead Architects: Construction:Fabrica, LA | estudio de arquitecturaCollaborators Coa Arquitectura:Diana Quiroz, Adriana Osuna, Leonardo Jiménez, Samuel Camacho, Diego Malo, Yael Peñúñuri, Juan Pablo PérezCollaborators La | Estudio De Arquitectura:Diego García, Rodrigo Cárdenas, Gloria DueñasStructural Engineer:CEROMOTION – Juan Jesús AguirreOriginal Author:Pedro Castellanos Lambley, 1937City:GuadalajaraCountry:MexicoMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© César BéjarRecommended ProductsWindowsRabel Aluminium SystemsMinimal Casement Windows – Rabel 8400 Slim Super Thermal PlusWindowsAccoyaAccoya® Windows and DoorsWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensFiber Cements / CementsDuctal®Ductal® Cladding Panels (EU)Text description provided by the architects. Aranguren house (1937), is one of the most representative works of the style locally called “regionalist”, which had its main inspiration in the work “Enchanted Gardens” by Ferdinand Bac and was characterized by integrating in his gardens architectural elements of the Mediterranean, as well as materials, construction systems and local trades such as adobe walls, lime plating, carpentry, blacksmiths, vitrified clay among others.Save this picture!© César BéjarLuis Barragán, on his trip to Europe in 1924 gets to know Bac’s work, which, as a counterpoint in that moment of the beginning of the modern avant gardes, opted for a reinterpretation of the Mediterranean tradition rooted to the territory itself.Save this picture!© César BéjarSave this picture!Ground floor – InterventionSave this picture!© César BéjarOn his return, full of experiences, but mostly exited by Bac’s work and the Mediterranean, shares this encounters with his friends and schoolmates Ignacio Díaz Morales, Rafael Urzúa and Pedro Castellanos. Later the four of them will start to develop their work with this strong influence.Save this picture!© César BéjarThe house was found in an excellent state of conservation and its level of alteration was minimal. It has most of its original important elements (blacksmiths, carpentry, brick, quarry elements, etc.) which increases its level of patrimonial value.Save this picture!© César BéjarSave this picture!© César BéjarThe house has a “typical” spatial arrangement in the residential work of the Architect Pedro Castellanos that has to do with the gradual succession of the spaces through transition porches, which can be appreciated both in the interior spaces and in the garden, the latter being fundamental in the experience of the house.Save this picture!© César BéjarThe rehabilitation project seeks to value the house by rescuing it through the new use of offices, modifying the original structure of the house to the lowest degree, enhancing in most cases the original vocation of the spaces.Save this picture!© César BéjarSave this picture!Section 02 – InterventionSave this picture!© César BéjarSome openings are closed and others are opened, always leaving witnesses, the original elements are restored and the new ones are denoted seeking neutrality. Some blacksmiths are integrated and for the two most important interventions, the original forms are respected using apparent concrete as a contrast material.Save this picture!© César BéjarProject gallerySee allShow lessCabanon 1005 House / estudio eycSelected ProjectsArchDaily: Welcome 2021!Architecture News Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/953907/aranguren-house-rehabilitation-coa-arquitectura-plus-luis-aldrete Clipboard “COPY” “COPY” CopyAbout this officeLuis AldreteOfficeFollowCoA ArquitecturaOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentGuadalajaraOn FacebookMexicoPublished on January 03, 2021Cite: “Aranguren House Rehabilitation / CoA Arquitectura + Luis Aldrete” [Rehabilitación Casa Aranguren / CoA Arquitectura + Luis Aldrete] 03 Jan 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
Advertisement John Lewis chooses Wallace and Gromit’s Children’s Foundation Tagged with: corporate Cracking bit of children’s fundraising, Gromit. John Lewis aims to raise “as much money as possible” throughout the year which will help fund a variety of projects for over 20 children’s hospitals and hospices. John Lewis Department Stores have chosen Wallace & Gromit’s Children’s Foundation as its Charity of the Year 2008.The partnership was launched with a visit, appropriately enough, to the cheese room at John Lewis Oxford Street Foodhall by Aardman characters Wallace and Gromit.Andy Street, Managing Director, John Lewis, said: “Our contribution to the communities where we trade is a vital part of what makes our business different and we are embracing not only the fundraising aspect of our alliance but also the opportunity to get involved in practical projects.” 60 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis www.johnlewis.com Howard Lake | 30 January 2008 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
23 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis As the Irish legacy promotion body MyLegacy launched its 2014 charity will campaign, new research shows that children’s charities are most popular with potential legacy donors.The research, commissioned by MyLegacy as part of its fourth annual Best Will in the World Week campaign, revealed that one in three people would include a gift to a children’s charity, while one in six would consider leaving a gift to an animal welfare charity.When Irish adults were asked what charities they would include in their wills, 30% said children, 16% animal welfare, 14% health and 11% homelessness. Other charitable areas below that included anti-poverty, disability, education and the elderly.Motivating factors for potential legacy giving included a family member affected by an illness dealt with by a charity, availability of money, ethos of the charity and personal experience of the charity.The research showed that 71% of those over 45 years old had a will, 26% of 25 to 44 years old but only 3% of people under 24 years old.The research was carried out in September by Amarach as part of an omnibus survey. Legacy research shows most Irish people favour children’s charities AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Tagged with: Ireland legacies Research / statistics Howard Lake | 7 October 2014 | News
WhatsApp Twitter Pinterest Facebook Twitter Facebook >> Jeff Werner is a software engineer and has been writing this column since 2007. Q: I allowed Microsoft to update Windows 10 on my desktop computer recently. It took over 2 hours and after it was done I was no longer able to receive email via my Outlook 2007. I cannot access my Account Settings; I get “Not Implemented” when I try to receive/send. When seeking help at Microsoft I read that this program is “retired” but that this just means they will no longer provide support. Read instructions on how to uninstall the update but am reluctant to do that as I cannot tell how much work I’ll have to “clean up” afterwards (I’m no computer expert!). I do still have my MS Office 2007 software for reinstall if necessary.– Deborah J.Niceville, FloridaA: I’m afraid I’m not going to have much good news for you, Deborah, but I can offer an explanation of how this happened, and some recommendations for the future.Microsoft has settled into a rather predictable pattern of bringing software to what it calls “End of Life” after 10 years. Being a software engineer by trade, I’m somewhat torn on this. I know that well-written, robust software can last indefinitely, and it’s not like the ones and zeroes wear out or anything. However, think about how quickly technology advances. Then consider how most users are always clamoring for new features and almost universally want software that’s on the very bleeding edge of technology. Finally, realize that a company like Microsoft makes its money from sales, not support, and you have a formula for a perfect storm of planned software obsolescence, and a good case for “retiring” software that is as old as your version of Office.What seems to have happened is that two things happened in 2017. First, your version of office reached End-of-Life. When Microsoft says it will no longer provide support for a product, it means more than not providing direct user support. It means no more bug fixes, security patches or feature upgrades will be released. That brings us to the second thing that happened. On Oct 31, 2017 Microsoft discontinued support for using a programming technique called RPC, or Remote Procedure Call, over an HTTP connection to a Microsoft Exchange Online server. RPC over HTTP was replaced with MAPI, or Messaging Application Programming Interface, a more modern, more robust architecture for exchanging e-mail data. The reason this affected you is that MAPI via HTTP doesn’t work in Outlook 2007. And, because Outlook 2007 has been retired, the required support for MAPI will never be implemented for that version. That would seem to leave you with no choice except to upgrade your version of Office if you want to continue to use Outlook as an e-mail client.The last sentence of that paragraph is pretty important, especially the part after the word “if.” Outside of work, I stopped using Outlook as an e-mail client years ago, because of issues very similar to this. In fact, I stopped using e-mail clients altogether, and instead now rely exclusively on Webmail applications, which have become almost ubiquitous in their implementation by ISPs. Aside from never having to worry about your e-mail client becoming obsolete ever again, there are several advantages of using Webmail over a client. Most significantly, by working with e-mail on the server rather than on one device, you can access your e-mail from any PC, smartphone, tablet or other Internet-connected device, and they will all be in constant, continuous synchronization with one another. In other words, if I delete an e-mail via my PC, it is also deleted on my phone, my iPad, my wife’s PC, my work PC, etc. If I move a message into a sub-folder, I’ll find it in that sub-folder no matter what device I access it from. It’s amazingly convenient – it just takes a little getting used to, and the time to set it up.Aside from Webmail, there are other, non-Microsoft e-mail clients still hanging around, that are only a Google search away. They offer none of the benefits of Webmail, however, and you may find them obsoleted over time, leaving you in the same boat you’re in right now.To view additional content, comment on articles, or submit a question of your own, visit my website at ItsGeekToMe.co (not .com!) GEEK: Webmail applications solve often obsolete e-mail client issues By admin – February 4, 2018 Pinterest Local NewsBusiness WhatsApp Previous articleRegistration deadline to vote is MondayNext articleELAM: The correction begins admin
By News Highland – December 9, 2009 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Google+ Twitter Pinterest Pinterest Facebook 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Previous articleOmagh councillor says society failed Mc Elhill familyNext articleBudget 2010 – at a glance News Highland The Western Development Commission says with less than 1,000 days to go to the start of the 2012 olympics in London, there are major opportunities for North West businesses to tender for contracts. Seven of the major construction contracts went to Irish firms, while at the other end of the scale, almost three-quarters of the 2010 contracts awarded to date have been to firms where the workforce was between 1 and 10 employees.WDC spokesperson Joanne Grehan says there are real openings for small businesses.Any businesses who wish to apply for contracts should open an account at the dedicated website www.competefor.com WhatsApp Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Facebook Twitter Local firms urged to apply for olympic contracts Google+ News
Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Facebook Twitter FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Pinterest Twitter Pinterest Foyle MLA objects to application for coal processing project Facebook Google+ AudioHomepage BannerNews WhatsApp WhatsApp Harps come back to win in Waterford Previous articleDefeat again in Play Offs for Curtis and PortsmouthNext article50% increase in offences by Donegal novice and learner drivers News Highland By News Highland – July 7, 2020 Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction A Foyle MLA has objected to an application for permission to process and screen coal at Bay Road in Derry.Sinead McLaughlin says it could lead to increased coal dust and particulates released into the air, damaging air quality for local residents an for those who exercise in Bay Park.She says given the issues with air quality which already exist in Derry, it would not be appropriate to approve such an application, not to mention the fact that the city is committed to moving away from coal as a heating source.Ms McLaughlin says the site is beside a very important area for tourism and recreation…………Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/bayroad1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.The application can be viewed HERE DL Debate – 24/05/21 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th