Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp By News Highland – February 20, 2020 Twitter Previous articleDail preparing to vote for new TaoiseachNext articleMain Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Thursday February 20th News Highland Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Fears of localised flooding in Donegal with more rain on the way Google+ Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp 25mm to 35mm of rain is expected to fall in Donegal and across the North West from early tomorrow morning.A further yellow level rain warning is due to come into effect from 3am tomorrow morning and remain in place for 24 hours.Donegal County Council says with the ground already saturated, the expected rainfall over the next day may lead to localised flooding.The National Directorate for Fire & Emergency Management are continuing to liaise with the Council, Met Éireann and the OPW regarding the current spell of unsettled weather. Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Homepage BannerNews Facebook News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Community Enhancement Programme open for applications
View Comments Related Shows About the Artist: With a desire to celebrate the magic of live theater and those who create it, and with a deep reverence for such touchstones as the work of Al Hirschfeld and the wall at Sardi’s, Squigs is happy and grateful to be among those carrying on the traditions where theater and caricature meet. He was born and raised in Oregon, lived in Los Angeles for quite a long time and now calls New York City his home. The innovative new musical Holler If Ya Hear Me opens officially at the Palace Theatre on June 19. Directed by Tony winner Kenny Leon, the tuner uses the lyrics of the late rapper Tupac Shakur to tell an original story about two childhood friends and their families in a Midwestern industrial city. Holler If Ya Hear Me Broadway.com wishes a happy opening to the company! We’re ready to holler; are you? To celebrate the first official opening night of the 2014-15 season, Broadway.com Resident Artist Justin “Squigs” Robertson penned this portrait of the cast. The sketch features Saul Williams, Christopher Jackson, Saycon Sengbloh, Ben Thompson, John Earl Jelks, Joshua Boone, Dyllon Burnside and Tonya Pinkins. Show Closed This production ended its run on July 20, 2014
1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr “Someday they will run our businesses, lead our nation, make discoveries and change our world. But first, they will practice within these walls.”Those words, written about youth and on display at the Junior Achievement Finance Park in Landover, Md., struck a chord in Pentagon Federal Credit Union (PenFed) President/CEO James Schenck. That chord continues to reverberate in the halls of the $20 billion asset credit union in Alexandria, Va.“That quote, combined with the high-energy students I saw during presentations to MBA students at Georgetown and Hampton universities, inspired me to make sure we’re in a position to attract the best and brightest students,” Schenck says. “We want PenFed and the credit union system to be on the radar for students looking for internships, and on the radar for students looking for their first jobs out of college.”PenFed’s program, launched this summer, has 24 interns from around the country. True to Schenck’s vision, it aims to bring fresh eyes into the not-for-profit, member-owned financial services landscape. continue reading »
“I am now self-isolating, but I will continue to lead the government’s response via video-conference as we fight this virus.”Topics : British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Friday that he is self-isolating after testing positive for COVID-19.”Over the last 24 hours I have developed mild symptoms and tested positive for coronavirus,” he said on Twitter.
Ian Walker Dan Petrescu Danny Mills 4 Everton, Sunderland, Aston Villa, Bolton 1 AIK, Coventry, Celtic, Ancona, Chelsea, Frej Tony Dorigo 5 Nuneaton Borough, Derby County, Middlesbrough, Leeds United Gavin McCann Kevin Davies 11 Blackpool, QPR, West Ham, Man City, Cardiff Advertisement Kevin Campbell Steve Stone Noel Whelan Mark Stein David Burrows Tim Sherwood Premier League Quiz: Can you guess the player from the career path? 6 Liverpool, Swindon, Coventry, Blackburn, Wigan, Portsmouth, Bolton Matt Holland Christian Ziege 15 Luton, Derby, Sheffield Wednesday, Benfica, Everton, Fulham DJ Campbell Can you guess the player from the clubs they have signed for (Picture: Getty Images)Some players are synonymous with one club while others are known to move around every couple of years, racking up a truckload of teams over a career.The majority, though, play for a handful of sides in their time in football, many passing through the same clubs as others.This is where guessing a player from their career path can become tricky, as they can look very similar to where other players have been on their footballing journey.See if you can work out which players have led the following paths…ADVERTISEMENT Comment Seth Johnson Malcolm Christie Michael Bridges 9 Man City, West Ham, QPR, Gillingham Richard Rufus Ben Thatcher Trevor Sinclair Jason Dozzell Jesper Gronkjaer 7 Leeds United, Blackburn Rovers, Newcastle United, Leeds United Jermaine Pennant Steve Chettle Chris Powell Rob Jones 3 Aston Villa, Chelsea, Leeds, Torino, Derby, Stoke Phil HaighFriday 24 Apr 2020 3:40 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link26Shares Dean Sturridge 12 Millwall, Wimbledon, Tottenham, Leicester, Man City, Charlton, Ipswich Richard Shaw David Batty David Dunn Richard Edghill Danny Maddix Ian Woan Danny Murphy Magnus Hedman Dean Sturridge 8 Wealdstone, Coventry City, Nottingham Forest, Newcastle Utd, West Ham, Man City, Longford Gary Speed Steve Lomas Tore Andre Flo 13 Welling Utd, Birmingham, Notts County, Fulham, Liverpool, Espanyol, Portsmouth Martin Keown 2 Arsenal, Brighton, Aston Villa, Everton, Arsenal, Leicester, Reading Gary Kelly David Thompson Steve Finnan Mark Bright Nicky Summerbee Terry Phelan Patrick Berger Andy Booth Stuart Pearce Gareth Farrelly 14 Marconi Stallions, Dynamo Dresden, Kaiserslautern, Bradford, Middlesbrough, Fulham, Chelsea, Leicester MORE: Premier League clubs in ambitious plan return to training on 9 MayAdvertisementAdvertisementMORE: Man Utd target Kalidou Koulibaly ‘more interested’ in Premier League than PSG moveFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. 10 Chesterfield, Liverpool, Shrewsbury, Coventry Massimo Maccarone Mark Schwarzer Danny Murphy Mark Pembridge Mark Draper Moritz Volz Francis Jeffers Richard Wright Steve Orgrizovic Advertisement
The Telegraph 2 July 2019Family First Comment: Apart from the idiocy of anti-smacking laws, the French one demands that couples who exchange marital vows will be reminded that “parental authority is exercised without physical or psychological violence”.Yep – government tells you how to parent – on your wedding day!France’s parliament will adopt a smacking ban on Tuesday – a largely symbolic gesture in a country where there is still widespread support for corporal punishment against children.According to France’s Childhood Foundation, 85 percent of French parents admit to smacking their children.If approved by the Senate, France will become the 56th state to prohibit smacking just days after Kosovo passed similar legislation.The measure, which was adopted by MPs in November, is expected to easily pass France’s upper house of parliament despite some conservative and far-Right members warning such legislation fostered unwanted “interference” in family life.Once written into the Civil Code, couples who exchange marital vows will be reminded that “parental authority is exercised without physical or psychological violence”.France’s penal code already bans violence against children. But under a 19th-century legal loophole, allowances have until now been made for parents’ “disciplining” of children as part of “ordinary everyday violence”, or what in the UK is known as “reasonable chastisement”.READ MORE: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/07/02/france-ban-smacking-good-despite-claims-interference-child-education/
Comments In Syracuse’s last four games, the first half has ended scoreless for the Orange. Against No. 16 Wake Forest (8-6, 2-3 Atlantic Coast) on Sunday, No. 9 SU (8-5, 1-4) was the first on the board. It would be the Orange’s lone goal in the 4-1 loss in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. SU started the first half strong, going against a season trend. In the first half, the Orange had six shots, and only two came off of corners. One of those shots found the back of the cage. The goal came before the nine-minute mark, when sophomore Carolin Hoffmann found the back of the net. Her unassisted goal was her first official goal of the season. Hoffmann previously scored during a shootout at the end of the Penn game a few weeks prior, but because of the nature of a shootout, it didn’t count as a goal. The second half saw a drop-off in SU’s offensive production. Syracuse had three recorded shots on three penalty corners and no shot attempts in open play.While SU was unable to capitalize on its penalty corners, WFU did the opposite. The Demon Deacons used penalty corners to set up all four of their goals. Shorty after SU scored, WFU was awarded a penalty corner. Anne van Hoof shot, but was blocked. Quickly a second corner was awarded, but once again, the shot off it was unsuccessful. A third opportunity seconds later had more success when Jule Grashoff scored, tying the game at 1-1. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textFive minutes later, WFU lined up for a second penalty corner. Once again, the Demon Deacons scored when van Hoof found the back of the net and sent SU into the locker room, down one. It didn’t take long for Wake Forest to expand its lead in the second half. A penalty corner shot by Grashoff was blocked, allowing van Hoof to get the rebound and score. van Hoof scored the final goal as well, also off a penalty corner near the end of the game. Of Wake Forest’s eight penalty corners, four made it past the SU defense. The Orange will play in Syracuse on Friday for its last ACC game this season against Louisville. Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 14, 2018 at 3:25 pm Contact Kaci: [email protected]