Twitter Previous articleSebastian Barry to take Limerick Literary Festival Line UpNext articleFertility clinic to open in Limerick Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Facebook WhatsApp TAGSboil water noticeCo. LimerickMusic Limerick Advertisement Linkedin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Watch the streamed gig for Fergal Nash album launch #SaucySoul: Room 58 – ‘Hate To See You Leave’ Celebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick Email Print NewsLast remaining water boil notice lifted in Co. LimerickBy Staff Reporter – February 19, 2014 657 #HearThis: New music and video from Limerick rapper Strange Boy Limerick County Council has confirmed that the last remaining precautionary boil water notice in place in County Limerick has been lifted.The local authority, acting on the advice of the Health Service Executive and as agents of Irish Water, introduced a precautionary boil water notice across County Limerick on Thursday after extensive power outages caused by last week’s storm affected water pumping stations and treatment plants.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Approximately 90,000 customers in County Limerick were affected by the boil water notice. Since Saturday however, only 475 people served by the Fedamore public water scheme have been required to boil water prior to consumption. This precautionary notice has now been lifted.Water supply to the Limerick City and Environs area was unaffected during the past week. Emma Langford shortlisted for RTE Folk Award and playing a LIVE SHOW!!! this Saturday New Music: 40Hurtz
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Apparently Mother Nature has not heard our desperate pleas—or maybe she’s enjoying this winter onslaught a little too much. As has been the norm this winter, another storm is barreling toward Long Island, bringing with it a wintry mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain. (Sigh.)Snow will begin falling around 4 p.m. Sunday and could hang around until Monday morning, forecasters said. Nassau and Suffolk counties could see 1 to 2 inches of snow in most areas, with the North Shore potentially tallying an extra inch. Basically, Sunday could be another messy day on the Island despite minimal accumulation. And then there’s the matter of the deep freeze that has enveloped the Island for several weeks. The forecast calls for a high of 32 degrees Sunday, but the wind chill could make it feel like 15 degrees, the weather service said. If the Island is lucky, the mercury could rise to a high of 37 on Monday, before plummeting into the teens in the evening. And don’t look now, but warmer temperatures are on the horizon.Meteorologists are already predicting a high of 47 on Wednesday, with rain also in the forecast. Unfortunately the brief warm spell could end Friday, when the mercury is expected to drop below freezing once again.On the bright side, at least this isn’t Boston. Post by US National Weather Service New York NY.
The document includes a description of the pathologic findings and diagnostic specimens and tests for each of the Category A (high-risk) bioterrorism agents: those that cause smallpox, anthrax, plague, tularemia, botulism, and viral hemorrhagic fevers. Understand their role in surveillance for bioterrorism Cooperate with public health laboratories in the Laboratory Response Network Jun 11, 2004 (CIDRAP News) The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has published a guidebook to help medical examiners and coroners detect and respond to bioterrorism. The report also includes a table linking pathologic syndromes seen on autopsy with potential terrorism-related illnesses, plus numerous photos of tissue specimens from victims of diseases such as anthrax, plague, tularemia, smallpox, and Ebola hemorrhagic fever. Communicate with laboratories, public health departments, emergency-operations centers, law enforcement, and other agencies CDC. Medical examiners, coroners, and biologic terrorism: a guidebook for surveillance and case management. MMWR Recommendations and Reports 2004;53(RR08):1-27 [Full text] Properly collect and document data from death investigations Collect reimbursement for bioterrorism-related expenses and locate possible funding sources Understand jurisdictional, evidentiary, and operational issues Besides providing detailed guidance for medical examiners and coroners, the report is designed to help other public health officials understand the role of medical examiners in bioterrorism preparedness and response. “Medical examiners and coroners (ME/Cs) are essential public health partners for terrorism preparedness and response,” the CDC says in its summary of the 27-page booklet. “Medicolegal autopsies are essential for making organism-specific diagnoses in deaths caused by biologic terrorism.” The guidebook includes information designed to help medical examiners and coroners: Minimize risk of infection when conducting autopsies
Tangerang Police chief Sugeng Hariyanto previously said that the cellmate had refused Cai’s invitation to escape the prison with him.Yusri said that the police had formed a team with the prison authorities to further investigate the case for the possible involvement of other parties.The Law and Human Rights Ministry’s corrections directorate-general spokesperson, Rika Aprianti, said separately that the ministry would work together with the police to recapture the escaped prisoner.She added that the corrections directorate general, along with the ministry’s inspectorate general and regional office in Banten, would question the penitentiary’s officers.Tangerang Penitentiary warden Jumadi previously said that Cai, a Chinese national who also goes by the name of Cai Ji Fan, escaped the penitentiary on Monday at around 2:30 a.m. through a 30-meter long tunnel that he had dug and which was connected to a sewer outside the prison walls.The convict was found guilty of drug trafficking and sentenced to death in 2017. He had been transferred to the penitentiary from the Pemuda Prison in Tangerang.Topics : Cai Changpan, a 53-year-old drug convict on death row who recently escaped from the Tangerang penitentiary in Banten, West Java, dug the tunnel that he used to escape the facility over the course of six months using stolen construction tools, the Jakarta Police said on Tuesday“There is an indication from [Cai’s] cellmate’s initial statement that [Cai] had been [digging the tunnel] for about five to six months using several tools that we have confiscated,” Jakarta Police spokesperson Yusri Yunus told reporters Tuesday.According to the statement, the escapee allegedly took the tools for the construction of a prison kitchen and used them to dig the tunnel inside his cell.
Loading… Promoted Content7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your PhoneCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Reasons It’s Better To Be A VeganYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World20 Completely Unexpected Facts About ‘The Big Bang Theory’11 Strange Facts About Your Favorite TV Shows8 Amazing Facts About Ancient Egypt5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks Real Madrid are not interested in a move for Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli according to reports from Diario AS. Los Blancos are currently in negotiations with Jose Mourinho’s side over a double deal for Gareth Bale and Sergio Reguilon, with the former on loan and the latter on a €40m transfer. Alli was initially linked with a switch to the Spanish capital as part of the deal to bring Bale back to North London, however, Real Madrid are not considering any type of offer for the England star. One of the primary reasons for Real Madrid declining to enter negotiations for Alli, are his salary demands countering against their continued contributions to Bale’s contract.Advertisement Read Also: Messi, Ronaldo missing from Champions League awards shortlist Rumours are starkly contradictory over how much of Bale’s salary Real Madrid will pay after his move back to the Premier League, with estimates ranging from 50% to zero. The exits of Bale and Reguilon are expected to be announced in the next 48 hours, with Real Madrid kicking off their 2020-21 La Liga defence away at Real Sociedad on September 20. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Nine the top 10 selling jerseys in the NFL shop right now belong to Tampa Bay and Miami signal callers. Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa’s number one aqua jersey is claiming the top spot, just ahead of his white jersey at number two. Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady’s jerseys fill in spots three-through-six and number ten. There is a wait to order Tua’s #1 jersey because it has yet to be approved by the NFL. Meanwhile, the Dolphins have their man. Tua Tagovailoa has inked his first contract, making him the team’s future quarterback. The four-year deal is worth more than $30-million. His signing bonus is nearly $20-million with a fifth year option. Tua was the team’s top draft pick in last month’s NFL Draft.
Teenager Gabriella Cowley has capped a successful year by winning the England Golf girls’ order of merit, sponsored by the golf tour operator Lorrin Golf.The 17-year-old from Brocket Hall (image © Leaderboard Photography) climbed almost 500 places in the world rankings, qualified for the Ricoh Women’s British Open, won a top scratch event and played for both England girls’ and ladies’ teams during the year.“I am really happy to win the order of merit, it’s a big achievement and it means a lot,” said Gabriella, who thanked Lorrin Golf for their support. “I’ve worked very hard this year, both during last winter and through the playing season, and this shows that it’s paying off.”David Kelly, the managing director of Lorrin Golf, commented: “Lorrin Golf would like to congratulate Gabriella Cowley on her superb play throughout 2013. As winner of the England Golf girls order of merit we wish Gabriella all the very best for her new challenges in 2014”.Gabriella topped the table ahead of British champion Georgia Hall of Dorset, while 14-year-old Sammy Fuller of Surrey took third place. Gabriella was also fifth in the ladies’ order of merit.Her highlight was playing in the British Open over the Old Course at St Andrews – and shooting four-under par in final qualifying to secure her place.She also won the Critchley Salver at Sunningdale, finished third in the English amateur and reached the last 16 in the British championship. She was a member of England’s winning team at the girls’ Home Internationals and represented GB&I in the Vagliano Trophy.Along the way she also achieved her ambition of getting her handicap to plus-four and almost broke into the top 100 in the world amateur rankings, having started the year at around 600th.“Next year is going to be even better,” said Gabriella, who has decided to remain amateur for the 2014 season. “I shall just work harder and hopefully win a few more titles!”Girls’ Order of Merit, sponsored by Lorrin GolfLeading final places:1 Gabriella Cowley (Brocket Hall)2 Georgia Hall (Remedy Oak)3 Samantha Fuller (Roehampton)4 Amber Ratcliffe (Royal Cromer)5 Sophie Keech (Lyme Regis)6 Sophie Lamb (Clitheroe)7 Olivia Winning (Rotherham)8 Bethan Popel (Long Ashton)9 Poppy Finlay (Vicars Cross)10 Annabel Dimmock (Wentworth) 14 Sep 2013 Gabriella Cowley wins girls’ order of merit
15 Mar 2017 Yorkshire golfer is England Golf’s Volunteer of the Year Yorkshire golfer Jenny Davies, who devotes countless hours to junior golf, has been honoured with England Golf’s Volunteer of the Year Award. Jenny, the junior organiser at Bondhay Golf Club, was presented with the award at last night’s England Golf Awards at Lord’s. The runner-up was Simon Bacon of Radcliffe-on-Trent Golf Club, Nottinghamshire. The Awards shone the spotlight on great moments and achievement at all levels of English golf and Jenny was honoured alongside Olympic champion Justin Rose, Masters champion Danny Willett and Solheim Cup player Charley Hull, as well as other players and heroes from the grass roots game. “I’m part of a phenomenal team and I’m accepting this for all volunteers,” said Jenny, who is featured in a specially filmed video. “It’s the strength of volunteers which makes golf such a great sport.” Jenny was a founder member when Bondhay opened 25 years ago and, although she likes to keep a low profile, she volunteers widely in the club and is also the vice-chairman. Her passion is for the junior section, which she revived four years ago, using her skills from a 40-year career as a PE teacher – and her enthusiasm for family golf. When Jenny first joined the club she involved her daughters, Jo and Becky; now Becky and her husband, Justin, are the club professionals and closely involved with the juniors. Jenny’s enthusiasm, coupled with support from other members, has created a section which has about 30 members playing on the main course and a flourishing group of beginners on the par three course. “There’s so much satisfaction is seeing the development of skills and also the growing confidence and ability to mix with people. It’s fantastic to be able to witness that,” said Jenny. The youngsters get excellent opportunities, both at home and away. Masters champion Danny Willett was a member of the club as a junior and has worked with Bondhay and two other local clubs to run Wee Willetts, offering a par three golf tour to youngsters without handicaps. Willett attends an annual presentation, most recently turning up in his green jacket and accompanied by Sky, BBC and ITV – to the delight of the youngsters. Bondhay is also one of six Dukeries clubs which play off in a competition for juniors with handicaps. At home, one of the highlights of the year is Junior Week, featuring five days of competition, with each main course event mirrored on the par three course. But Jenny doesn’t just focus on the juniors – she introduces their parents to golf as well and provides time for the adults to play at the end of junior competitions. Bonday Ladies’ Captain Pat Crabtree sums up: “She’s wonderful, it’s not just the juniors, it’s the whole club.” Click here to read more about the England Golf Awards Jenny Davies receives her award from England Golf Chairman Graham Yates (Image © Leaderboard Photography).
Some folks in Chatsworth saw the list of candidates on Saturday’s neighborhood council elections as a threat to the burgeoning democracy in the community. A local private school, Sierra Canyon School, stacked the ballot with a slate of six of its own employees and even more supporters. While this is strictly legal – the council’s bylaws don’t ban slates – it seems wrong, like it will create an imbalance on the council of 21 stakeholders in the neighborhood. And no doubt the new members of the council, when they are certified, will change its dynamics, and maybe even push their school’s interests, zoning changes and whatnot, before other things. However, the worriers have got it all wrong. This election is not a sign of trouble, but one that democracy – hairy warts and all – needs greater public participation to grow strong and healthy in Chatsworth. In an ideal world, a newborn democracy would work perfectly. Elections would be well-organized and fairly represent the diversity of the electorate. Candidates would be free from bias and be working solely for the common welfare. Everyone eligible would vote their conscience, and all would be well in the world. But as we know from centuries of trial and error, it doesn’t work that way. Democracy is chaotic, particularly in its infancy, and sometimes falls into the hands of special interests. Slates arise to push agendas. They in turn spark other slates and interests to keep them in check, and so on and so forth. That is what will likely happen in Chatsworth. If enough stakeholders think the new makeup of the council stinks, they may be so moved to get involved. And the neighborhood council will be richer for it. In fact, the growing neighborhood council movement in Los Angeles should be so lucky if every council found itself with stakeholders clamoring to join the advisory panels. Sure, this brand of grass-roots, participatory democracy might be a tumultuous mess – but it’s a beautiful one that works. As Winston Churchill so accurately described it: “Democracy is the worst form of government, except for all the others that have been tried.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Local members of the Irish Road Haulage Association have heralded the success of a new pilot traineeship for HGV driving.A delegation from the North West Branch visited Leinster House recently, where they were hosted by Donegal Minister Joe McHugh.“The Irish Road Haulage Association have shown great initiative in creating a traineeship programme for HGV driving,” Minister McHugh said. “I am was delighted to see the team so engaged in the idea, including John Hegarty, from the association’s North West Branch, and Ivor Reilly from Ballybofey.“The results of the pilot show a big plus for anyone who is considering a new career path or a new training programme.”Mr McHugh, Minister for Education and Skills, said: “The need for qualified and skilled long distance HGV drivers has to be understood in the context of Brexit and also the growing European market and where Irish businesses will be marketing, selling and delivering the products too in the coming years.“I am delighted the pilot project was so successful and offered a new line of work for trainees. I look forward to hearing about the potential for the programme to be developed in the future.” North West Hauliers hail success of pilot trainee programme was last modified: July 4th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:HGVIrish Road Haulage AssociationMinister Joe McHugh