NewsLocal NewsRathkeale history is up for discussionBy Alan Jacques – January 27, 2017 1223 TAGSlimerickRathkeale and District Historical Society Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash RATHKEALE and District Historical Society kick-starts its spring series with three talks of local interest this Friday, January 27.The first talk by Lorna Shier is titled ‘The Irish Palatines – Their Lifestyle, Survival and Contribution from 1709’.Lorna is a member of the Irish Palatine Association and holds an MA degree in the ‘History of the Family’ from the University of Limerick. Her final dissertation was on the theme of the Palatines and the audience can be assured of a scholarly and authoritative presentation.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The second talk, to be presented by Jim O’Riordan, is titled ‘A Stroll Round the Old Village of Cappagh’. A founding member of the society, Jim is a passionate historian with an encyclopedic knowledge and love for his local area. He is sure to hold his listeners spellbound with his gentle storytelling as he talks of Cappagh Castle, Cappagh House and the hangings at Cappagh Hill in the early 1800s. He will also speak of Lord Essex’s encampment in Cappagh Hill and the passage of Captain Going through Cappagh.The final speaker of the evening will be genealogist Gerard Greaney of Ardagh. His talk is titled: ‘Children for Sale: Ireland 1950-1955’. For most of the twentieth century children born to unwed mothers were treated appallingly in Ireland. Gerard’s talk will chart the lives of some of these children and how they became part of Ireland’s ‘banished babies’.Proceedings begin at 8.30pm in the Arts Centre located within the Rathkeale area offices of Limerick City and County Council.by Alan [email protected] Twitter Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Email Print Linkedin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articlePreston Reed: tunings and musings from the innovator/composerNext articleNew acute bed unit at UHL approved Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Advertisement Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WhatsApp Facebook
Bass conservation is very important and this case highlights the benefits of joint patrols between MMO and EA. In cases like these MMO will always take proportionate and appropriate action, including prosecution, to ensure offenders do not profit from such illegal activity and to protect fish stocks for the wider fishing industry and future generations. William Paul Chapman, master and owner of unlicensed vessels Spirt and Last Minute, was sentenced at Bodmin Magistrates Court on 12 April 2018 in a prosecution brought by the MMO.The court heard about a joint patrol that was conducted on 15 September 2016 by MMO and Environment Agency (EA) officers around the Camel Estuary in Cornwall, a Bass Nursery Area (BNA) where fishing is prohibited between 1 May and 30 November in any year. The officers observed one vessel fishing within the BNA and two men transferring items to a second vessel.When that vessel returned to shore officers identified themselves to one of the men, Chapman, who subsequently left the scene. The fish box left behind was found to contain 10 bass, two of which were below the minimum conservation size. Three nets and anchors used in the fishing operation were also found on the vessel.Chapman pleaded guilty to three offences relating to the catching of the bass and was ordered to pay total of £1,000 fine and £1,000 costs.A spokesperson for the MMO said: Chris Hitchings, EA Fisheries Enforcement Officer said: We regularly work with the MMO and pool our resources enabling us to better protect sea fish and migratory fish from illegal capture. We hope that this result will serve as a deterrent to others seeking to fish illegally.
Chroma Technology Corp,Inc. magazine today ranked Chroma Technology No. 4615 on its third annual Inc. 5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. According to Inc.the list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy America s independent-minded entrepreneurs. Savvy trend spotters and those who invest in private companies know that the Inc. 5000 is the best place to find out about young companies that are achieving success through a wide variety of unprecedented business models, as well as older private companies that are still expanding at an impressive rate, said Inc. 5000 project manager Jim Melloan. That s why our list is so eagerly anticipated every year.In response to this designation, Chroma President Paul Millman said, It s really great when employee-owned companies achieve status in the world of traditional businesses. Last year Vermont s King Arthur Flour was recognized and this year, in addition to Chroma, our friends at employee-owned Namaste Solar rose to position 56.The 2009 Inc. 5000, unveiled today on Inc.com, serves as a unique report card on the U.S. economy. Despite the ongoing recession, aggregate revenue among the companies on the list actually increased to $214 billion, up $29 billion from last year, with a median three-year growth rate of 126 percent. The Inc. 5000 are responsible for creating more than 1 million jobs since their founding, making the list perhaps the best example of the impact private, fast-growing companies can have on the economy. Complete results of the Inc. 5000, including company profiles and an interactive database that can be sorted by industry, region, and other criteria, can be found on Inc.com.About Inc. MagazineFounded in 1979 and acquired in 2005 by Mansueto Ventures LLC, Inc. is the only major business magazine dedicated exclusively to owners and managers of growing private companies that delivers real solutions for today s innovative company builders. With a total paid circulation of 712,961, Inc. provides hands-on tools and market-tested strategies for managing people, finances, sales, marketing, and technology. Visit them online at www.inc.com(link is external).About Chroma TechnologyFounded in 1991 and 100% employee-owned, Chroma Technology Corp manufactures precision optical filters and components for the life sciences. A member of Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility and the Vermont Employee Ownership Center, Chroma has also been recognized by Worldblu List of Most Democractic Workplaces 2009. Learn more about Chroma at www.chroma.com(link is external).Source: Chroma. NEW YORK, August 12, 2009
By U.S. Air Force Technical Sergeant Luther Mitchell Jr/621st Contingency Response Wing Public Affairs/Edited by Diálogo Staff October 02, 2020 U.S. Air Force advisors with the 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron (MSAS) provided training for the first time using a virtual medium to members of the Panamanian Air and Naval Service, also known as SENAN, August 31 through September 11.Air advisors established the new training and certification process with inputs from Headquarters Air Force, Air Mobility Command, Inter-American Air Forces Academy, 818th MSAS, and various members of the State Partnership Program.Air advisors received virtual training certifications prior to this advising engagement that included two weeks of significant practice, research, and training to ensure they were presenting a professional image and complying with industry standards.The training the air advisors provided to their Panamanian partners consists of an introductory command and control course and a multi-topic airfield operations course. This training will serve as the framework for future Building Partner Capacity missions within the country.The command and control course is one week long, and the airfield operations course is two weeks long. The courses covers 16 lessons between five instructors for 26 students, delivered in two languages.“Giving Panama quality training, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, shows that U.S. Air Force air advisors can rise to any occasion,” U.S. Air Force Technical Sergeant Samantha Miller, 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron air advisor said. “The MSAS is here to advise, and we make that happen, even in the age of social distancing.”
24 Allspice Drive, Ashmore.“Families will love the elevation of the property and how centrally located to Schools it is.” Pindara Private Hospital, Shopping Centres, beautiful parklands and sporting facilities are also within a 5km radius of the home. 24 Allspice Drive, Ashmore.A FRESH lick of paint and a stylish set of kitchen finishes was just what this Ashmore home needed to make it a street stand out.Homeowners Judy and Will Mockeridge bought the 80s house in 2015 and gave it a modern facelift that would completely transform the home and the street. Located at 24 Allspice Drive the home combines old with new and oozes clean lines. 24 Allspice Drive, Ashmore.Ray White Benowa agents Mark and Skye Rustin are marketing the property and described the three-bedroom home as a ‘delightful abode’. “This wonderful family home is situated only a short walk away from Sweetgum Park and also has easy access to a walking track and dog park known as Sun Valley park,” Mr Rustin said. A new designer kitchen, custom cabinetry and stone bench tops create a contemporary style. Porcelain floor tiles feature throughout the open plan living area and kitchen while a separate dining room opens onto a large timber deck. 24 Allspice Drive, Ashmore.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North5 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoMr Rusitn said the stylish homes doesn’t come without a good view. “The deck captures fantastic views to the Surfers Paradise Skyline,” he said.“It is nestled high on Allspice Drive in the popular “Bellevue Park Precinct” and sunsets are a delight here.” 24 Allspice Drive, Ashmore.“Situated in The Bellevue Park Primary and Benowa High School Catchment,“ Bellevue Park” is regarded as one of the most desirable pockets of Ashmore,” he said. “With the Commonwealth Games Headquarters now established nearby, this pocket of Ashmore is expected to remain in high demand for people relocating and those seeking an investment. 24 Allspice Drive, Ashmore.According to Mr Rusitn the home has been renovated inside and out. “With three bedrooms downstairs, the main comes with a newly renovated ensuite and a separate main bathroom that has also recently undergone a contemporary renovation,” he said. “There is also access to a low maintenance courtyard with approval in place for a pool.” Mr Rustin said the modern home is perfect for families.
Winning jockey Keith Donoghue said of Katys Girl: “She jumped very well, she’s tough and she really kept going. I thought going to the second-last I might struggle a bit, but as she heard them coming she kept picking up and won easy in the end. “She’s a bit in and out but when she’s on a going day she’s very good.” Indian Outlook showed his rivals a clean pair of heels to run out a length-and-a-half winner of the Frank O’Beirne Memorial Beginners Chase. The 9-2 chance jumped from fence to fence on his chasing debut under Paul Townend, who kept something up his sleeve to stay on strongly again when favourite Back Off Mate loomed up at the final obstacle. Muzak, also 9-2, brought up a three-timer in the Foley’s Bar & Off Licence Handicap Chase. After hitting the front after the third-last, John Monroe’s grey was challenged, firstly by Instant Impacked and then by Sean Airgead, but he found plenty for pressure to beat the latter by two lengths. Monroe said: “I thought the weight might catch him out today but he’s so game. “We’ll look at going for a good handicap at Fairyhouse at the end of November. He deserves a crack at a big one now.” Dressedtothenines suffered a surprise defeat on her fencing debut in the www.countysligoraces.com Mares Beginners Chase. Eddie Hart’s six-year-old rounded off her last campaign with a defeat of Zaidpour in a Grade Two over timber at the Irish National meeting. She was sent off the even-money favourite, but was under pressure to gain on the front-running winner Katys Girl (14-1) three from home and found little in the straight to finish third. Press Association