RDC Properties Limited (RDCP.bw) listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange under the Property sector has released it’s 2010 abridged results.For more information about RDC Properties Limited (RDCP.bw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the RDC Properties Limited (RDCP.bw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: RDC Properties Limited (RDCP.bw) 2010 abridged results.Company ProfileRDC Properties Limited is a property management, development and rental company in Botswana. It also has interests in Madagascar through a Mauritian-based subsidiary. The company develops and manages commercial, industrial and residential developments which are based in prime locations in major towns and cities of Botswana. RDC Properties Limited offers long-term value to its shareholders through construction income, rental income, hospitality income, capital appreciation and the sale of premium properties. Landmark properties in its portfolio include Masa Centre, Standard Chartered House, Chobe Marina Lodge and Isalo Rock Lodge. RDC Properties is investigating investment opportunities to expand its footprint in South Africa, Mozambique and Namibia.
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SotoPosted Feb 1, 2013 Rector Albany, NY Submit a Job Listing February 4, 2013 at 7:40 am Sobre lo de perdonar a los Narcotraficantes es algo que depende solo de Dios cuando aplique la justicia divina. En la tierra, los hombres (generico) debemos promover la justicia, y la gente que ha asesinado, como estos narcos a los padres de la niña, merecen ser capturados, llevados a los tribunales, ser juzgados, y de ser haiiados culpables, se les debe aplicar la maxima sancion. Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET An Evening with Aliya Cycon Playing the Oud Lancaster, PA (and streaming online) July 3 @ 7 p.m. ET Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Comments (2) Virtual Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course Online Course Aug. 9-13 Rector Pittsburgh, PA Rector Knoxville, TN Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME February 1, 2013 at 11:30 pm Es importante aclarar que Diego Vergara Garzón y Fabio Ricardo Rodriguez no tienen ninguna relación eclesiástica, religiosa o disciplinaria legítima con alguna Iglesia Anglicana que se encuentre en plena comunión con la Sede de Cantórbery, ya sea en América Latina o en cualquier otra parte del mundo. Lastimosamente, hay muchos “arzobispos”, “metropolitanos” y “obispos” (y otros personajes con títulos tan grandilocuentes como imaginarios) que se auto-clasifican como anglicanos. Estos “dignatarios” pretenden escudarse en “incardinaciones” insólitas, en continuidades espúreas e, incluso, incluyendo en sus sitios Web y hasta en su literatura escudos y fotografías que podrían sugerir vínculos legítimos. Rector Smithfield, NC Rector Collierville, TN Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Rector Washington, DC Submit a Press Release Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Youth Minister Lorton, VA Submit an Event Listing Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Rev. Thomas Gustavo Mansella says: Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Rector Tampa, FL Press Release Service Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Curate Diocese of Nebraska Featured Events Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest Un video de 10 minutos de duración llamado Hermano Narco producido por la arquidiócesis de México invita a perdonar las acciones violentas de los narcotraficantes. El vídeo, que ha sido producido y realizado por la propia iglesia, cuenta con crudeza la historia real de Miri, una joven de 13 años que ve con su hermano menor cómo un grupo de narcotraficantes asesinaban a sus padres. Al final en una conmemorada escena abraza a uno de los narcotraficantes.Las embajadas de Venezuela en América Latina están circulando una nota de prensa en la que informan que unos 10,000 evangélicos pentecostales se reunieron en Santiago de Chile para orar por la salud del presidente Hugo Chávez que permanece internado en un hospital de La Habana. El acto que contó con la presencia de Ernesto Villegas, ministro de Comunicación e Información de Venezuela, fue dirigido por el obispo pentecostal Eduardo Durán.La Iglesia Episcopal Dominicana ha donado una moderna ambulancia a la Cruz Roja de Tamboril, municipio al norte del país que linda con Puerto Plata, para que ofrezca a la ciudadanía los servicios de primeros auxilios en las emergencias en casos de accidentes, fuego y otras eventualidades. El obispo Julio César Holguín encabezó una marcha desde el edificio de la Cruz Roja hasta el parque central acompañado de autoridades municipales, juntas de vecinos, clérigos, profesores, estudiantes del Colegio Episcopal de la Asunción e instituciones de socorro locales.Alrededor del 25 de enero que el calendario eclesiástico conmemora la conversión de San Pablo, se ha celebrado en muchos lugares del mundo el día de oración por la unidad cristiana. Miami no ha sido excepción pero este año no se celebró ningún acto quizás debido al fallecimiento el año pasado del obispo emérito Agustín Román, gran entusiasta del movimiento ecuménico.Después de un largo, penoso y complicado proceso la diócesis de Carolina del Sur ha decidido cortar sus relaciones con la Iglesia Episcopal a nivel nacional. Esta es la quinta diócesis que toma una decisión similar. La mayoría de las congregaciones decidió seguir al anterior obispo, Mark Lawrence. La posición liberal de la Iglesia Episcopal especialmente en cuestiones de sexualidad ha sido la causa de la separación, según informes de prensa. Charles Glenn vonRosenberg, obispo retirado de la diócesis de Tenesí Oriental ha sido electo como obispo provisional, responsable de formar una nueva diócesis con los que han elegido quedarse.Anne Hodges-Copple, rectora de la Iglesia de San Lucas en Durham, Carolina del Norte, ha sido electa obispa sufragánea de la diócesis de Carolina del Norte. Una presbítera hispana nacida en Texas, Martha Sylvia Ovalle Vásquez, 60, rectora de la Iglesia de San Pablo en Walnut Creek, California, es candidata a obispa de Nueva Jersey.Uno de los asuntos más importantes del gobierno de Estados Unidos es la legislación necesaria para que 11 millones de personas indocumentadas en el país puedan tener los papeles necesarios para vivir y trabajar legalmente. Un reciente discurso del presidente Barack Obama parece acelerar la decisión en los próximos meses luego que demócratas y republicanos lleguen a un acuerdo.Juan Antonio González, sacerdote episcopal cubano falleció al amanecer del 29 de enero a la edad de 71 años tras sufrir un accidente tres días antes cuando manejaba su bicicleta y cayó en la cuneta cerca de la ciudad de Camagüey, donde ejercía su ministerio pastoral en la Iglesia de San Pablo. En un homenaje póstumo la obispa Griselda Delgado dijo: “En tiempos difíciles y en momentos de duras pruebas que vivió la iglesia cubana, Juan Antonio permaneció trabajando incansablemente a favor de su amado pueblo cubano”. Le sobreviven su esposa Mireya y tres hijos adultos.Diego Vergara Garzón, arzobispo primado para América Latina de la Iglesia Anglicana y quien enfrentó un proceso judicial en febrero del año 2009 con el obispo de Neiva, Darío Molina Jaramillo, fue capturado el 30 de enero por la policía en Medellín. El obispo Francisco Duque de la Iglesia Episcopal en Colombia, ha aclarado a la prensa que ni el llamado arzobispo, ni el clérigo arrestado en Rusia, Fabio Ricardo Rodríguez con drogas en su estómago pertenecen a la Iglesia Episcopal en Colombia. “Una verdadera pena que alguien cometa esos delitos”, dijo Duque.VERDAD. No se puede tapar el sol con un dedo. Refrán español. Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Rector Belleville, IL read more
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Thomas/Washington National Cathedral[Episcopal News Service] The full inclusion of LGBTQ people in the life of The Episcopal Church had barely been considered by its policymaking bodies when the Stonewall uprising began on June 28, 1969.But many Episcopalians, anchored in the context and rhetoric of their times, had been pushing for equality in the church and in society for at least seven years before the momentous event that is acknowledged as the beginning of the gay rights movement in the United States. Their progress was slow and halting.The goal of their efforts is still not universally accepted today, a year after The Episcopal Church took its strongest step to date by agreeing to a plan to give all Episcopalians, regardless of their sexual orientation, the ability to be married by their priests in their home churches.The secular press occasionally took note of the church’s early recognition of LGBTQ people in its midst, albeit through the lens of dysfunction. In late October 1962, The New York Times reported that a meeting of the House of Bishops went into executive session “to consider how to handle homosexuality and alcoholism when they occur among the clergy.” Then-Bishop of Western New York Lauriston Scaife, who chaired the Committee on Counsel for the Clergy, refused to comment to the paper.However, in the same article, Diocese of California Bishop James Pike was quoted at a news conference, saying, “There are any number of standard weaknesses, such as homosexuality and alcoholism, that happen to people.” He said bishops needed to be ready to counsel priests and offer psychiatric help when necessary.This screenshot from the Nov. 26, 1964, edition of The New York Times shows the opening paragraphs of a story about Episcopalians’ support of removing penalties for consenting adult homosexual behavior from the New York State criminal code.Two years later, the Diocese of New York took a different approach, supporting the New York State Temporary Commission on Revision of the Penal Law and Criminal Code’s proposal to excluded adultery and homosexual practice between consenting adults in privacy from its proposed new penal law.In a Nov. 29, 1964, report on the front page of The New York Times, John V. P. Lassoe Jr., diocesan director of Christian social relations, told the commission it should be commended for “a significant and enlightening advance” of removing penalties for consenting adult homosexual behavior from the criminal code, according to the Times.“There is no need to restate here the ‘modern sociological and psychiatric principles’ that led the commission to suggest this change,” Lassoe said. “Obviously we accept as part of God’s continuing and progressive revelation about man’s nature, and it is clear that they have done much to reshape a view once held by religious groups.”However, Charles Tobin, speaking on behalf of the New York State Catholic Welfare Society, said that “sexual deviation,” as the behaviors were called at the time, was a threat to family life and the young.In 1966, Pike, who had recently resigned from his diocesan see amid theological controversies, told an overflow gathering at the Duke University Law School that laws controlling homosexuality, sexual practices between man and wife and abortions were unenforceable and must be changed.Episcopalians in California soon were also supporting decriminalization moves. The California diocese then called in the spring of 1967 for the abolition of all state laws governing sexual relations in private between consenting adults. United Press International reported that the Diocesan Council “was especially concerned about the homosexuals’ ability to live free and creative lives because of legal sanctions and fear of discovery.”This screenshot from the Nov. 28, 1967 edition of The New York Times shows the opening paragraphs of the story about the Project H gathering the day before.The Episcopal Church’s ongoing discernment made the front page of the Times again in the fall of 1967, this time via a report about “Project H.” The Nov. 28 “day-long symposium on the church’s approach to homosexuality,” as the newspaper called it, was held at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York, sponsored by Dioceses of New York, Long Island, Connecticut and Newark. The story was headlined “Episcopal Clergymen Here Call Homosexuality Morally Neutral.”The Rev. Walter D. Dennis, a cathedral canon at the time, told the symposium that Christians “must rethink the usual position that has turned homosexuals into modern-day lepers.” Dennis, who went on in 1979 to become a bishop suffragan in New York, was the first African American to serve full time at the cathedral. He also was active in the civil rights movement of the era and was a founding member of the Union of Black Episcopalians.More and more Christians at the time of the symposium, the Rev. Neale Secor said, were “coming to judge relationships on what they do to people involved and to society as whole.” Secor, then the rector of St. Mary’s Church in Manhattan, said that many people are open to the possibility that “homosexual relationships can be as fulfilling as heterosexual ones.”Not everyone at the conference agreed with Dennis and Secor. The Rev. L. Robert Foutz, rector of Trinity Episcopal Church in Astoria, Queens, declared that homosexual acts “must always be regarded as perversion because they are not part of the natural processing of rearing children,” the Times reported. However, Foutz said that if homosexual tendencies were “sublimated and channeled into acts of brotherhood, social concerns and so forth,” then homosexuality could be said to have a positive side.The Times reported that “churchmen needed more factual information on the cause of homosexuality and on such questions as whether it is possible for homosexual relationships to provide enduring ‘fulfillment’ and ‘happiness.’”Three years after that conference and about seven miles south of the cathedral, the Stonewall Inn became the locus of protests that are being marked this month. However, when The Episcopal Church held a rare special meeting of General Convention about two months later, the meeting, which had been in the works for two years, did not address the events of June 28, 1969.Then-Presiding Bishop John Hines and the Rev. John B. Coburn, then-president of the House of Deputies, had called the gathering so that bishops and deputies could discuss “concerns in our contemporary Church life which often are painfully divisive and always are areas of uncertainty and perplexity.”‘Homosexual persons are children of God who have an equal claim upon the love, acceptance, and pastoral care of the Church’ –General Convention 1976An agenda committee later said the major areas of discussion would be “mission, ministry and authority,” and it urged that “representatives” of women, ethnic minorities and young people “be included with a seat and voice” but not a vote in the gathering’s joint sessions of the two houses.The journal documenting the next regular meeting of General Convention in 1970 contained one mention of homosexuality. It came in an essay on “law and order and justice” that was part of the report of the Joint Commission on the Church in Human Affairs. The essay noted that some police officers might be “culturally disposed to find a homosexual act much more offensive than fornication,” even though both acts were then equally illegal.It was not until 1976 that the General Convention officially put the church on record as saying (in Resolution 1976-A069) that “homosexual persons are children of God who have an equal claim upon the love, acceptance, and pastoral care of the Church” and (in Resolution 1976-A071) stating “its conviction that homosexual persons are entitled to equal protection of the laws with all other citizens.” That convention, which allowed women to be ordained as priests and deacons, also called for a study of “the Matter of the Ordination of Homosexuals.”Since that meeting of convention until the most recent gathering in July 2018, The Episcopal Church has worked toward greater inclusion of LGBTQ people. That work has prompted some Episcopalians to leave the church in protest, in some cases setting up decades-long legal disputes.Other Episcopalians in four dioceses have elected openly gay priests to be their bishops. The Rt. Rev. Gene Robinson served the Diocese of New Hampshire from 2004 to 2013. The Rt. Rev. Mary Glasspool served as bishop suffragan in the Diocese of Los Angeles from 2010 to 2016, when she became an assistant bishop in New York. The Rev. Thomas Brown is due to be ordained and consecrated June 22 as the bishop of Maine, and the Diocese of Michigan elected the Rev. Bonnie Perry earlier this month to be its 11th bishop.This month, congregations across The Episcopal Church are marking Pride Month with celebrations and film festivals, and by marching in their communities’ pride parades.Yet, as Presiding Bishop Michael Curry recently noted, “Pride is both a celebration and a testament to sorrow and struggle that has not yet ended.“Especially this month, I offer special thanks to God for the strength of the LGBTQ community and for all that you share with your spouses, partners and children, with your faith communities, and indeed with our entire nation.”– The Rev. Mary Frances Schjonberg is the Episcopal News Service’s senior editor and reporter. 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2018 Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Hanyang Tile, Namsun Aluminum, Trimble NavigationArchitect In Charge:Youmin WonDesign Team:JYA-RCHITECTSCity:YangsanCountry:South KoreaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Youmin WonRecommended ProductsWindowsSky-FrameRetractable Insect Screen – Sky-Frame FlyWindowsStudcoSteel Window Reveal – EzyRevealMetallicsTECU®Copper Surface – Classic CoatedWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensText description provided by the architects. The owner of the building has long sought to restore sense of community in the area of the village and the region, using coffee as a medium. A long time before the construction was planned, the owner ran a cafe, used it as an ‘open bookstore’, a study room for local children and various lectures and small performances. And at some point, the owner wanted to expand these activities to be more stable, more active, and more diverse, and we planned to build them.Save this picture!© Youmin WonSave this picture!First Floor PlanSave this picture!© Youmin WonSo what we’ve been thinking about since we started designing was what public spaces, which have long been imbued in our culture and emotions, are most familiar to us, so that we can work in the region and in our daily lives without having to learn. I thought that public spaces that work in the daily lives of villagers should have no qualms about going without purpose and reason. And in that space, I thought that the activities should be free, and flexible enough to contain the activities of the village, large and small. Just as the road space in our village was irregular but free, moving, meeting, gathering, exchanging, etc., this space wanted to have that kind of character.Save this picture!© Youmin WonThe plan first began with the creation of a three-floor total volume. The village cafe to be run by the owner of the building is on the first floor, the second floor is a rental house where various members of society can live together, and the third floor is a space for the owner’s family to live. After filling up the volume like this, we worked on emptying the space. We emptied the first floor and connected it to the road, then emptied the open space that stretched from the first to the third floor, creating a ‘void space’ that stretched vertically to the sky. These emptied spaces are not filled and not functionally set spaces, just emptied. So spaces where people can meet, communicate, and do anything together physically and visually.Save this picture!© Youmin WonThus, the cafe on the first floor has become a space like a single extended road that naturally connects with the road, and there is a void space where you can see the sky through the second and third floors and the roof. Through this space, you can see the sunlight coming in through the sky, the clouds moving, and the rain coming in through the sky. When you open the window, you can smell the coffee made by the cafe downstairs. The architect living on the third floor can see the surrounding landscape outside and drink tea inside the cafe downstairs. Although they are different programs, they communicate and connect with each other through these empty spaces and various senses.Save this picture!© Youmin WonSave this picture!Section 02Save this picture!© Youmin WonAfter the building is completed, the owner has been working with local artists, activists, social workers and, above all, local residents to engage in more diverse exchanges and activities than ever before. And as a basis, this space is insufficient but used for various functions. The space is unadorned by the resemblance of the owner. Through the most essential and fundamental forms and materials, we tried to capture the image of the owner. I hope that it will remain as an architecture that will never be done to the owner who is always worried about his right thoughts and appearance.Save this picture!© Youmin WonProject gallerySee allShow lessANU Kambri Public Domain / Iahznimmo architects + ASPECT StudiosSelected ProjectsDÔ Apartment / flipê arquiteturaSelected Projects Share Photographs “COPY” Yangsan SOSOSEOWON / JYA-RCHITECTSSave this projectSaveYangsan SOSOSEOWON / JYA-RCHITECTS Architects: JYA-RCHITECTS Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects Yangsan SOSOSEOWON / JYA-RCHITECTS CopyCoffee Shop, Mixed Use Architecture, Houses•Yangsan, South Korea CopyAbout this officeJYA-RCHITECTSOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsHospitality ArchitectureRestaurants & BarsCoffee ShopMixed Use ArchitectureResidential ArchitectureHousesOn FacebookYangsanSouth KoreaPublished on September 02, 2020Cite: “Yangsan SOSOSEOWON / JYA-RCHITECTS” 02 Sep 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
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Advertisement Print Email The late Dean BarrySign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up By Andrew CareyTHE brother of convicted rapist Dean Barry has claimed that Limerick gardaí harassed and taunted him about his brother’s suicide when they arrested him on last March.However, Judge Eugene O’Kelly said he was “shocked” and appalled at to hear such allegations levelled at gardai.Mark Barry (23) of Garryglass Avenue Ballinacurra Weston, denied a breach of the public order act at Limerick District court last week.Prosecuting Garda Dean Landers of Roxboro Garda Station said that when he stopped a Garda patrol van on Byrne Avenue shortly before 7pm on March 17, Mark Barry ran from the area. When gardaí caught up with him, he resisted arrest and used threatening and abusive language.Defending solicitor John Devane put it to the prosecuting garda that Mr Barry did not flee the scene and only became irritated during the arrest when references were made about his dead brother.When Mr Devane put it to Garda Landers that he made the shape of a ligature to Mark Barry and said he should “hang himself like his brother did”, Garda Landers said he took “great insult to that allegation” and denied he ever made such a gesture.Inspector Dermot O’Connor said that the allegations put to Garda Landers were “outrageous”.Having pleaded not guilty to the public order charge, Mark Barry said he had a perfect memory of the incident.“I got pulled by the paddywagon and the guards jumped out and whacked me with batons. They cracked me on the wrist and said ‘would you go away and hang yourself like your brother did’.“I had a graze on my head too and he stuck his hands down the back of my pants and sexually harassed me”.Hedenied running away from gardai as he said he was on a “push bike, up visiting cousins”.Stating he was satisfied with the evidence of Garda Landers, Judge O’Kelly said it was shocking to hear such allegations but he had no doubt as to the Garda’s credibility.He had to question the veracity of Mark Barry’s evidence which he described as appalling.Mark Barry was convicted of the charge contrary to section 6 of the Criminal Justice Public Order Act and was sentenced to three months in prison.A plea for leniency or a deferral of the sentence for one week was refused. Recognizance in the event of an appeal was set at €500 with an independent surety of €900.Mark Barry, who has 107 previous convictions, has been in and out of jail since he was 14 years old the court was told.His brother, Dean Barry was found by prison officers hanging in his cell in January of this year. He was one of four teens convicted of a brutal gang rape at Cratloe Woods in 2004. He was on remand at the time of his death for an alleged arson attack.The Barry brothers shared a cell along with another inmate at the time of Dean Barry’s death. Facebook WhatsApp Twitter Linkedin NewsBreaking newsDefendant claimed gardaí taunted him over brother’s suicideBy admin – October 1, 2013 2520 Previous articleProstitutes face arrest in LimerickNext articleWilliams on song as Super Blues win again admin read more
NewsCommunityLimerick Museum representative as agent of change – LABy Rose Rushe – August 15, 2014 651 by Rose RusheSign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up CURATOR of Education and Outreach at Hunt Museum, Dominique Bouchard, addressed an international conference in Los Angeles last week on the ‘Inclusive Museum: Shared Visions and Shared Histories.’ Taking place at the celebrated Autrey National Centre LA, the conference looked at museums and galleries as agents of change and inclusivity in diverse communities.The Hunt Museum’s successful Communities of Culture project, supported by Limerick Regeneration and the Friends of the Hunt Museum, is the focus of Dr Bouchard’s presentation. The contentious project to renew housing and living in city estates, was compared and contrasted with earlier projects across community divides during her time in Northern Ireland before Dr Bouchard came to Limerick.The Communities of Culture Project is a project across the four regeneration areas in the city. Co-ordinated by Sorcha O’Brien, it has been engaging successfully with community base groups and projects on aspects of their heritage and culture, reports Dr Hugh Maguire, director of the Hunt. WhatsApp Linkedin Twitter Print Previous articleCelebrated writers of the world for LimerickNext article29th Milford Hospice Harvest Fair to draw thousands Rose Rushehttp://www.limerickpost.ieCommercial Features and Arts Editor at Limerick Post Advertisement Facebook Email read more
Deaths of Covid-19 patients in care homes may not be included in officials figures in Northern Ireland. First Minister Arlene Foster says the region is still only registering coronavirus deaths in hospitals.The issue of deaths in care homes is due to be discussed at a Stormont executive meeting today.Meanwhile, Deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill is urging people to stick to the restrictions this Easter weekend. Pinterest WhatsApp Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Facebook By News Highland – April 10, 2020 Pinterest News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Google+ Google+ Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic AudioHomepage BannerNews Care homes deaths in north may not be part of official figures WhatsApp Previous articleFG & FF set to agree a framework document on grand coalitionNext articleHealth Minister says restrictions to remain in place News Highland Facebook DL Debate – 24/05/21 Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Twitter Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR read more
Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic More success for Donegal in Tidy Towns competition Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Facebook Homepage BannerNews Twitter WhatsApp Pinterest Glaslough has been named Ireland’s Tidiest Town for 2019.Donegal has been recognised in a number of categories with Letterkenny awarded tidiest town in the county and Buncrana Tidy Towns Initiative being named All Ireland Pollinator Award winner.In Donegal, Buncrana has received a Gold Medal Award in Category E of the Tidy Towns Competition along with Letterkenny in Category G.Meanwhile, Bronze Medal Awards have gone to Glenties and Carrigart in Category B and Raphoe has been recognised in Category C.In the County Awards, Letterkenny has been named as tidiest town, Buncrana has been highly commended and Glenties commended.Lettermacaward is the winner of the Endeavor Awards and Donegal Town highly commended in the Waters and Communities Award for the North West and West.Elsewhere, Dungloe has been announced national winner of the Urban Challenge Award for architectural services to the value of €5,000.Buncrana Tidy Towns Initiative has been crowned All Ireland Pollinator Plan – Local Authority Pollinator Award.Dungloe Tidy Towns – Riverwalk and Raphoe Tidy Towns are runners up in the Sustainable Development Award category.While Letterkenny Tidy Towns is the national winner of the CAINT! Award and Carrigart national Gaeltacht award winner.Link to full report Google+ Google+ Facebook News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleArts Council announces Donegal investmentNext articleTwin Towns residents said to be living in fear following spate of break ins News Highland Pinterest Twitter Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA By News Highland – September 30, 2019 Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme read more