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General Election 2015: Tories and Labour neck and neck but don’t dismiss the Lib Dems

first_img Tags: General Election 2015 Express KCS With under 100 days to go, the general election is now extremely close. Polls put Labour and the Tories neck and neck, and the minor parties are breaking through like never before. The Greens, Ukip, and the SNP are surging, and, along with Plaid Cymru and the Northern Irish parties, are giving Britain truly multi-party politics for the first time.And what of the Lib Dems? It’s easy to assume that Nick Clegg and co will be wiped out, but while they are not in play in vast swathes of the UK, their ability to use incumbency to dig in and hold on to a significant number of seats should not be dismissed.The television debates, if they happen, could once again prove the centrepiece of the campaign. As well as the big beasts going head-to-head, the newcomers all have a chance to be the star of the show. Who will everyone be agreeing with this time around?There are other key events to look out for too. George Osborne’s final budget will be pure politics, not economics. The Tory case that the economy is improving will be further boosted if the pre-election jobs figures are strong. The parties’ well planned campaigns can be blown off course in one improvised moment. We all remember Brown’s bigotgate. With much at stake, the next 99 days will be well worth watching. Share by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeMaternity WeekA Letter From The Devil Written By A Possessed Nun In 1676 Has Been TranslatedMaternity WeekMoneyPailShe Was A Star, Now She Works In ScottsdaleMoneyPailElite HeraldExperts Discover Girl Born From Two Different SpeciesElite Heraldzenherald.comMeghan Markle Changed This Major Detail On Archies Birth Certificatezenherald.comNoteableyKirstie Alley Is So Skinny Now And Looks Like A BarbieNoteableyBeverly Hills MDPlastic Surgeon Explains: “Doing This Every Morning Can Snap Back Sagging Skin” (No Creams Needed)Beverly Hills MDEquity MirrorThey Drained Niagara Falls — They Weren’t Prepared For This Sickening DiscoveryEquity MirrorUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementIf Your Dog Eats Grass (Do This Every Day)Ultimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementVikings: Free Online GameIf you’re over 50 – this game is a must!Vikings: Free Online Game Tuesday 27 January 2015 9:11 pm General Election 2015: Tories and Labour neck and neck but don’t dismiss the Lib Dems center_img whatsapp whatsapp Read This NextYoga for Beginners: 3 Different Types of Yoga You Should TryFamily ProofHiking Gadgets: Amazon Deals Perfect For Your Next AdventureFamily ProofChicken Bao: Delicious Recipes Worth CookingFamily ProofWhat to Know About ‘Loki’ Ahead of Disney+ Premier on June 9Family ProofBack on the Rails for Summer New York to New Orleans, Savannah and MiamiFamily ProofBaked Sesame Salmon: Recipes Worth CookingFamily Proof’A Quiet Place Part II’ Sets Pandemic Record in Debut WeekendFamily ProofIndian Spiced Vegetable Nuggets: Recipes Worth CookingFamily ProofCreamy Pumpkin Soup: Delicious Recipes Worth CookingFamily Proof Show Comments ▼last_img read more

Deaths in Laois – Friday, March 30, 2018

first_imgHome Deaths Deaths in Laois – Friday, March 30, 2018 Deaths Deaths in Laois – Friday, March 30, 2018 By Sean Hennessy – 30th March 2018 Pinterest Below are the recent deaths in Laois.Ar Dheis De go raibh a anam.Tom FlanaganLea (Clonanny), Portarlington, LaoisTom passed away peacefully at his residence surrounded by his loving family. Deeply regretted by his loving wife Margaret, son Declan, daughters Siobhan, Martina and Sarah, sons-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandchildren, brother, sisters relatives, neighbours and friends. ​May Tom rest in peace.​​Reposing at his residence from 12 noon on Good Friday with rosary at 8.30pm. Reposing on Saturday from 10am until 4.30pm. House private there after. Removal at 5.30pm to arrive at Saint John’s Church, Killenard for 6pm prayers. Requiem Mass on Easter Sunday at 10.30am followed by Interment in adjoining cemetery.Paul Byrne3 Church Avenue, Stradbally, LaoisDied peacefully at home in the loving care of his wife Ann Marie and his children Selena and Karina and his extended family. Deeply regretted by his loving wife, his daughters, extended family, neighbours and many friends. Rest In Peace.Annie Donaghey (neé Holland) Coolnacart, Mountrath, Co. Laois.Died 12th March 2018 in London. Funeral will take place in London, England, on 13th April 2018. May Annie Rest In PeaceMary Edwards (née Keane)Castlefleming, Errill, LaoisMary Edwards (née Keane), Homefield Park, Sutton, Surrey, England and formerly Castlefleming, Errill, Co. Laois. November 13th 2017. Peacefully following a brief illness at the Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton.A memorial prayer service for Mary will be on Holy Saturday in the Church Of Our Lady, Queen Of The Universe, Errill at 12 noon followed by interment of ashes in Errill Cemetery.Nancy Nicholls (née Dunne)St Michael’s Park, Portarlington, LaoisPeacefully surrounded by her loving family at the Regional Hospital Portlaoise. Loving wife of the late Johnny and dear mother of the late Ann. Sadly missed by her loving family, Lilly, Arthur, Mary and Breda, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, sons-in-law, extended family and friends. Reposing at Maher’s Chapel of Rest Portarlington on Tuesday from 6:30pm with Rosary at 8pm. Reposing on Wednesday from 5pm with Removal at 6:50pm arriving St Michael’s Church, Portarlington for Funeral Mass at 7:30pm. Prayers on Holy Thursday at 11am. Burial afterwards to St Michael’s Cemetery, Portarlington.Mary Edwards (née Keane)Castlefleming, Errill, LaoisMary Edwards (née Keane), Homefield Park, Sutton, Surrey, England and formerly Castlefleming, Errill, Co. Laois. November 13th 2017. Peacefully following a brief illness at the Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton.A memorial prayer service for Mary will be on Holy Saturday in the Church Of Our Lady, Queen Of The Universe, Errill at 12 noon followed by interment of ashes in Errill Cemetery.Rachael FlanaganSt Michael’s Park, Portarlington, LaoisPeacefully surrounded by her loving family at the Mater Hospital Dublin. Sadly missed by her loving parents Padraig and Rose, brother Ronan and his wife Ciara, sister Alison and her partner Paul boyfriend Garreth,nephew Craig, granny Minnie, aunts, uncles, extended family and wide circle of friends.Rest In Peace.Mary HolohanMiddlemount, Rathdowney, Laois Holohan, Villa Marie, Roscrea and formerly Middlemount, Rathdowney, Co. Laois. March 25th 2018, peacefully at the Midlands Regional Hospital, Portlaoise. Mary, predeceased by her parents Jack and Bridget. Deeply regretted by her brothers and sisters Bride, Dick, John, Tony, Kathleen, Denis, Phil, Joe, Noel and Bernadette, brothers-In-Law, sisters-In-Law, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.Reposing at O’Sullivan’s Funeral Home, Rathdowney on Monday evening from 5pm with rosary at 8pm. Funeral Mass on Tuesday at 11am in St. Canice’s Church, Clough followed by burial in Bealady Cemetery, Rathdowney. House Private.Michael (Mick) SutcliffeThe Glebe, Donaghmore, LaoisMichael (Mick) Sutcliffe, The Glebe, Donaghmore, Portlaoise, Co. Laois. March 25. 2018 (peacefully) in the loving care of the Staff at the Sacred Heart Nursing Home, Crosspatrick. Deeply regretted by his loving brother Joe, sister in law Betty, nieces, nephews, extended family, relatives, neighbours and friends.Reposing in Guilfoyle’s Funeral Home, Castletown, Mountrath this Sunday evening from 6 o’c with rosary in the funeral home at 8 o’c. Removal this Monday evening at 7 o’c to Killasmeestia Church, arriving at 7.30 o’c. Funeral Mass on Tuesday morning, 27th March, at 11 o’c with burial immediately afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Community Twitter Twitter Laois County Council team up with top chef for online demonstration on tips for reducing food waste WhatsApp Facebook Council center_img Previous articlePrices continuing to rise in Carlow and Ballinakill marts as farmers build stock numbers for grazingNext articleIn Pictures: New captains arrive in style to The Heath Golf Club Sean HennessyA former Knockbeg student, and is currently a student in the University of Limerick trying to scrape a BA in History and Politics. A marquee player in the goals for Annanough, but well capable of doing a job in full-forward and has the knack to turn his hand to any sport (except running). Only starting out in his journalistic career but already the specialist farming and property reporter. Happiest when Liverpool and Laois are winning! Pinterest SEE ALSO – Deaths in Laois Thursday, March 29, 2018 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Rugby WhatsApp Laois County Council create ‘bigger and better’ disability parking spaces to replace ones occupied for outdoor dining Facebook TAGSDeaths in Laois Ten Laois based players named on Leinster rugby U-18 girls squadlast_img read more

AMF offers guidance to help companies disclose exposure to modern slavery

first_imgAccording to the notice, the International Labour Organization estimated there were about 25 million victims of forced labour in the world in 2016, and this generated an estimated US$150 billion in profits.“Modern slavery affects tens of millions of people around the world, and Canadian issuers may be directly or indirectly exposed to this serious problem,” says Louis Morisset, president and CEO of the AMF, in a statement.“The AMF recognizes that modern slavery, in all its forms, is a growing concern for some market participants. That is why we are insisting on the importance for issuers of disclosing the required information as part of their continuous disclosure obligations in order to, in particular, help investors make investment decisions and exercise their voting rights,” he adds.According to the notice, existing securities regulations may require disclosure of certain information regarding modern slavery as a material risk factor.“Issuers should judge whether the nature of their business requires them to discuss the risks related to modern slavery in their continuous disclosure documents. For example, an issuer could face the following risks: litigation risks, regulatory risks, reputational risks and operational risks. Issuers should also assess the materiality of the risks affecting their supply chain, where applicable,” the notice states.Additionally, the existing rules impose disclosure obligations involving companies’ social policies; and, whether or not the board of directors has adopted a code of conduct and ethics.“When carrying out their oversight duties, boards of directors, audit committees and certifying officers should examine, among other things, management’s assessment of the materiality of issues related to modern slavery and satisfy themselves that the disclosure provided in the documents filed under securities regulation is consistent with that assessment,” the notice states.The AMF carried out a review of the current disclosure practices of 20 large issuers in a cross section of industries, according the notice. The review found that 15% on companies identified social responsibility issues as a material reputational risk and 15% referenced social policies dealing with respect for human rights, or the issue of modern slavery. Although 40% of the companies reviewed have adopted a code of conduct and ethics, only 10% discussed the issue of modern slavery specifically.The guidance is intended for all issuers, the notice states, but may be most relevant to industries that may be more likely to have exposure, such as the construction, manufacturing, entertainment and agriculture sectors.It is being issued in response to both international regulatory developments, such as recent U.S. and European legislation in this area; and, growing investor interest in social issues, including labour practices. James Langton Related news The Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) provides guidance to help public companies disclose their exposure to forced labour and other forms of modern slavery, in a notice published Tuesday.The Notice relating to modern slavery disclosure requirements sets out how the Quebec regulator views companies’ disclosure obligations when it comes to various forms of abusive labour practices, such as child labour, forced labour, debt bondage and human trafficking. Regulators propose slimming corporate disclosure Facebook LinkedIn Twitter CSA sets rules on non-GAAP financial reporting dirty hands of a miner djembe/123RF Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Keywords Responsible investing,  DisclosureCompanies Autorité des marchés financiers Don’t believe the hype: BCSC proposes new rules for stock promoterslast_img read more

Private Pharmacies to Dispense Government Hospitals’ Prescriptions

first_imgPrivate Pharmacies to Dispense Government Hospitals’ Prescriptions Health & WellnessSeptember 11, 2009 RelatedPrivate Pharmacies to Dispense Government Hospitals’ Prescriptions RelatedPrivate Pharmacies to Dispense Government Hospitals’ Prescriptions FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Prime Minister the Hon. Bruce Golding has announced an arrangement between Government and a number of private pharmacies to provide free prescriptions to the public. This move, he says, will make filling prescriptions easier for patients and reduce the load on public dispensaries.Addressing his sixth Town Hall Meeting in Annotto Bay, St. Mary, on Wednesday (September 09) he said, “One of the big problems at the hospital is at the pharmacy. We have a big congestion there because we are short of pharmacists but we have been able to develop a programme that will have some special pharmacies providing the drugs and you still won’t have to pay for it. The same way you would have gotten it free at the hospital, you will be able to go to these private pharmacies that we will announce and be able to get the drug free,” explained Mr. Golding.Mr. Golding explained that to benefit from the system patients will need to be registered.“You’re going to have a special health card that has some information on you embedded in the card. We started that registration process last week and I’m encouraging everyone to register. The health card and the registration process will also be free. “center_img RelatedPrivate Pharmacies to Dispense Government Hospitals’ Prescriptions Advertisementslast_img read more

Where are they now? Dr. Sarah Harvey (Click), Skyview Class of 2007

first_imgWhere are they now? Dr. Sarah Harvey (Click), Skyview Class of 2007Posted by Paul ValenciaDate: Wednesday, June 17, 2020in: Sportsshare 0 Three-sport athlete and scholar is now in her final year of residency in PennsylvaniaShe skipped a grade in school so she was always the youngest person in her class.When she played varsity soccer at Skyview High School as a freshman, she was still 13 years old early on that season.By that standard, Dr. Sarah Harvey would be considered an overachiever.Dr. Sarah Harvey is in her final year of residency at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. As Sarah Click, she was a three-sport athlete at Skyview High School. Photo courtesy Dr. HareyDr. Sarah Harvey is in her final year of residency at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. As Sarah Click, she was a three-sport athlete at Skyview High School. Photo courtesy Dr. HareyBy her standards? Probably not. She has always been goal oriented, always sprinting to the next challenge. Based on her own lofty expectations, she has not really exceeded those expectations.Still, her achievements are worthy of celebration.As Sarah Click, she was a three-sport athlete all four years at Skyview. She had a career night in front of one of the largest crowds to ever watch a girls basketball game in Clark County. She was a state placer in tennis, and excelled in that sport in college, as well.The local sports scene knew of her for all those skills. Turns out, she was even better as a student — Skyview High School Class of 2007.“I loved playing sports, but I also was really into my school. I loved math and science. I pursued a degree in biology. I was always inclined toward something in the science realm,” Harvey said. Initially, she figured she would go into the research field. In college, though, she figured she wanted more interaction with people. She wanted to go into the practice of medicine.Today, she is in her final year of residency in the anesthesiology program at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Two years ago, she married Justin Harvey, who she met when he was visiting the Northwest when Sarah was in college. They welcomed their first child in December, a baby boy named Calvin.Time management is a necessity in their lives.“I did athletics the majority of my adolescence and young adulthood. I will always be a proponent for how they teach you sacrifice, teamwork, perseverance, and general life skills,” Harvey said. “And managing a busy schedule.Dr. Sarah Harvey excelled in tennis in high school and in college. She said the sport will always be a part of her life. Photo courtesy Carl ClickDr. Sarah Harvey excelled in tennis in high school and in college. She said the sport will always be a part of her life. Photo courtesy Carl Click“I think a lot of who I am today, in terms of those types of qualities, come from my experience as a student athlete in high school and college,” she said.In tennis, she and doubles partner Abby Olbrich finished fourth in state during Sarah’s senior season. Sarah went to Linfield College and earned academic All-American status there.In basketball, Sarah made five 3-pointers in the district championship game. Prairie would prevail in double-overtime, with a standing room only crowd in the gym. Sarah was not known for her outside shot, but on that night, she was in a zone.“That was a miracle performance by me that never happened before,” she said. “Something in the stars aligned that night.”Even today, she says that when she shoots around, the ball rarely goes in the hoop.Well, to be fair, she has more pressing issues.Dr. Sarah Harvey (Sarah Click in high school) said being a three-sport athlete at Skyview helped her learn the value of time management. That skill helped her throughout college and medical school, and now as a new mom in her final year of residency. Photo courtesy Carl ClickDr. Sarah Harvey (Sarah Click in high school) said being a three-sport athlete at Skyview helped her learn the value of time management. That skill helped her throughout college and medical school, and now as a new mom in her final year of residency. Photo courtesy Carl ClickFrom Linfield, she moved to Seattle to work in a lab for a year before medical school. She attended Oregon Health and Science University from 2013 until graduation in 2017.Officially a doctor.Harvey called it a mixture of reactions when she first heard a patient call her doctor. After all, a doctor is an intern somewhere when it happens.“That first time? You’re proud. You’ve made it. A benchmark in your life,” she said.Also …“A healthy humility in recognition of the fact you have so much to learn.” After her residency, she and her husband will look at their options. They will keep an open mind as to where they will call home.Maybe even a return to the Northwest?“I was fortunate to grow up where I did,” Harvey said. “I would never take back my experience at Skyview.”Competition will remain part of Sarah Havey’s life, too. She has taken up running and biking, and the sport she played in college is sure to make a comeback someday. “I do have my tennis racquets and shoes,” she said.She has not played lately but she promises to return to the court when life is a little less hectic.A new mom and in residency, Dr. Sarah Harvey is certainly busy … busy doing everything she set out to do back in high school.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textTags:Clark CountyLatestVancouvershare 0 Previous : Governor’s office responds to Clark County questions on CARES Act funding Next : Evergreen School District names Klarissa Hightower executive director of equity and inclusionAdvertisementThis is placeholder textlast_img read more

Ever wonder how lithium is mined for batteries?

first_img See More Videos COMMENTSSHARE YOUR THOUGHTS Watch this fascinating short documentary and find out exactly how this mineral goes from the ground to your car – or smartphone, or tablet, or anything else that comes with a lithium ion battery, for that matter.  Buy It! Princess Diana’s humble little 1981 Ford Escort is up for auction An engagement gift from Prince Charles, the car is being sold by a Princess Di “superfan” RELATED TAGSElectricGreenElectric CarsElectric VehiclesNew VehiclesSustainabilityand MediaArtsAshlee VanceAtacamaAutomobile ManufacturingAutomotive TechnologyCellular PhonesChileConsumer CyclicalsConsumer ElectronicsConsumer Products and ServicesDocumentariesElectric VehiclesElectrical Components ManufacturingElectrical Equipment ManufacturingElectronicsEntertainmentIndustriesManufacturing SectorMotor Vehicle ManufacturingMoviesNorth AmericaScience and TechnologySmartphonesSouth AmericaTechnology Sector The Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car ever We encourage all readers to share their views on our articles using Facebook commenting Visit our FAQ page for more information. Trending Videoscenter_img PlayThe Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car everPlay3 common new car problems (and how to prevent them) | Maintenance Advice | Driving.caPlayFinal 5 Minivan Contenders | Driving.caPlay2021 Volvo XC90 Recharge | Ministry of Interior Affairs | Driving.caPlayThe 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is a new take on Canada’s fave truck | Driving.caPlayBuying a used Toyota Tundra? Check these 5 things first | Used Truck Advice | Driving.caPlayCanada’s most efficient trucks in 2021 | Driving.caPlay3 ways to make night driving safer and more comfortable | Advice | Driving.caPlayDriving into the Future: Sustainability and Innovation in tomorrow’s cars | Driving.ca virtual panelPlayThese spy shots get us an early glimpse of some future models | Driving.ca advertisement Trending in Canada Created with Raphaël 2.1.2Created with Raphaël 2.1.2 A scene from Mining Lithium for your Batteries, a short documentary on lithium mining in Chile by Ashlee Vance of Bloomberg. You can see the road we’re going down with electric cars; though they still only make up a very small percentage of all the vehicles in North America, their sales are growing. And you only need to look at the hype surrounding the upcoming Chevrolet Bolt and, a little later, the Tesla Model 3, to see how people are getting behind this technology.And while much of the work from automakers and other tech companies is on alleviating “range anxiety”, or making the lithium ion batteries better, few people tend to think about where the batteries come from in the first place. Ashlee Vance of Bloomberg goes right to the source in the Atacama Desert in Chile, where they mine the main ingredient of EV batteries: lithium.  ‹ Previous Next ›last_img read more

Reed to Euros: No blue for you

first_imgCHASKA, Minn. – Born in Spring, Texas, educated in Georgia, and truly at home only in San Antonio, for three glorious fall days Patrick Reed played his frenzied role to perfection. He was animated and angry, energized and endearing; the perfect tonic for America’s Ryder Cup woes if not the ideal epicenter for what turned into the game’s most raucous member-guest (think TPC Scottsdale’s 16th hole times 18). From the outset of the 41st matches, U.S. captain Davis Love III stressed that each of his 12 players had a single job. For Reed, he may have exceeded even the most lofty job description. The 26-year-old paired with Jordan Spieth to play all four team sessions, hauling his American stable mate across the finish line on Saturday afternoon with the type of performance that defines Ryder Cup careers, a masterpiece that included six birdies and an eagle through 17 holes. He was even better on Sunday. When Love marched Reed out in the day’s first match against Rory McIlroy, Europe’s undisputed heavyweight at Hazeltine National, the job parameters remained unchanged – win your match – but in practice the outcome was much more nuanced. European captain Darren Clarke had to front-load his Sunday singles lineup with hopes that they could set an early tone for a comeback like the one that went the Continent’s way in 2012 at Medinah. Ryder Cup: Scoring | Live blog: Day 3 | Photo gallery Full coverage from the Ryder Cup An early American victory would be clutch; if Reed could keep McIlroy from running away with the match and posting an early European flag on the leaderboard, it would have a profound impact on the back end of Clarke’s lineup. “It was important to get some excitement going in the beginning and get off to a good start,” Love said. “We knew they were going to load the boat, and we had to get off to a good start against them.” There was a brief moment, just past the lunch hour, when Love & Co. had no American flags on the scoreboard and trailed in six matches. It was Medinah all over again. Leave it to Reed, the U.S. side’s unlikely ace, to set the tone with a deafening performance. He eagled the fifth to square his match with McIlroy, birdied Nos. 6 and 7 to keep pace with the Northern Irishman and traded the week’s ultimate blow on the eighth hole. From 50 feet, McIlroy – pushed to the limit by unruly fans all week and keen to push back – charged in a 50-footer for birdie. “I can’t hear you,” he roared at the masses. Moments later, Reed matched him with a 25-footer for birdie, followed by a finger wag in McIlroy’s direction. So much show, so much swagger, so much spirit. There’s no better theater in golf than the Ryder Cup, and for three days there weren’t two better leading men than Reed and McIlroy. If the Minnesota masses had a tendency to go too far, and they did, Reed’s antics only went to prove once and for all that it’s not indifference that has cost the U.S. team all these years. If anything, Reed and his frat brothers may care too much. If you can want something only so much, Reed’s passion was boundless and infectious. But then he’s always been that way. “He hates losing more than he loves winning,” said Josh Gregory, Reed’s college coach at Augusta State and still a member of his inner circle. “He’s a rock star playing pro golf. If he could play in a dome with people yelling at him, he’d love every single week.” By the time Reed finally pulled away with a birdie at the 12th hole to take his first lead of the day, the rout was on with the U.S leading in seven matches and needing just five points to reclaim the cup. The U.S. team motto all week at Hazeltine was “12 Strong,” and the box score suggests that was the case with every member of Love’s team earning at least one point. But when the line between obituary and ovation is so thin, the actions of a single man can often dictate the outcome. Reed wanted to play McIlroy, he wanted to play early, it’s in his DNA. Love and fate delivered both and he took care of the rest in a frenzied blur befitting his budding Ryder Cup reputation. His record in the transatlantic title bout now improves to 6-1-2 in two starts after going 3-1-1 at Hazeltine, and his reputation as a bona fide match-play closer has now reached urban legend proportions. “I told Ian Poulter back in 2012 that he was built for the Ryder Cup, and I think Patrick Reed is built for the Ryder Cup, too,” Love said. “He’s got that attitude.” Some players are made for these high-pressure events, players like Reed who thrive on adversity and the harsh head-to-head reality of match play. There’s nowhere to hide or play it safe, just a glaring spotlight and an unrelenting opponent. Reed wanted the pressure. He wanted the moment. He wanted to be Love’s guy out front nixing any possible European rally. “My job was to not allow blue [European flags] to go on that board, I couldn’t allow blue to go on that board because I knew they needed me to come out and get that confidence going,” said Reed, his voice hoarse from three days of exuberance. “I knew if Rory went out and got a point, it just wasn’t good for our team. I had to do my part.” As he headed up the 18th hole, his mission all but accomplished even with McIlroy still having a chance to scratch out a half point if he could win the final hole, Reed provided the perfect walk-off to his week, firing his approach shot to 5 feet and rolling in the birdie putt for a 1-up victory. He’d done his job. He’d kept McIlory under his thumb, and helped lift the U.S. to its first victory in the biennial matches since 2008. He’d done it with grit and emotion. He’d earned the U.S. side’s Man of the Match honors and a new nickname – Minnesota wild.last_img read more

Flanagan to meet with Orange Order to discuss Donegal arson attacks

first_img Facebook Flanagan to meet with Orange Order to discuss Donegal arson attacks Facebook 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Previous articleGAA Programme catch up – listen back to Wednesday’s showNext articleMcIlroy & Lowry lead in Dubai after day one News Highland By News Highland – November 20, 2014 Pinterest WhatsApp Pregnant women can receive Covid vaccine at LYIT’s vaccination centre Homepage BannerNews LUH still not ready to restore IT systems Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan will offer financial support to the Orange Order today when he meets with representatives from the Orange lodges in Newtowncunningham and Convoy, both of whom had their halls destroyed in recent arson attacks.Minister Flanagan will be briefed on the impact of the attacks on the Orange Order and the also on the wider communities.Speaking ahead of the meeting Minister Flanagan said he was appalled by the attacks in Newtowncunningham and Convoy.He added he hopes that both Halls will be rebuilt as soon as possible, and confirmed and that he can provide some support in this regard.center_img Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire WhatsApp Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Twitter Twitter Google+ Lárionad Acmhainní Nádúrtha CTR to take part in new research project Google+last_img read more

Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Monday August 19th

first_img Harps come back to win in Waterford Pinterest News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Pinterest WhatsApp Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Monday August 19th:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/19news.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Facebook Twitter Facebook DL Debate – 24/05/21 center_img Google+ Google+ WhatsApp AudioHomepage BannerNewsPlayback Previous articleAengus Kennedy in studio with Jean CurranNext articleTaoiseach and British PM spoke by phone this evening News Highland Twitter Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Monday August 19th By News Highland – August 19, 2019 last_img read more

News / Hans Nagtegaal replaces Joyce Bliek as Rotterdam’s container chief

first_imgBy Gavin van Marle 02/09/2015 The port of Rotterdam has re-organised its container team after appointing Hans Nagtegaal as its new head of containers, with previous incumbent Joyce Bliek moved into a new position to “focus on improving and streamlining digital communication and the exchange of information in the supply chain”.The 49-year old Mr Nagtegaal was director of NileDutch Africa Line, having previously served in management positions with P&O Nedlloyd in China and other locations, which was followed by a stint with Safmarine.Rotterdam Port Authority said that the new role for Ms Bliek has been created to tackle the supply chains congestion issues that have reared their head over the last couple of years due to peaking volumes and fragmented information through the supply chain.“Improving the supply chain is one of the spearheads of Port Authority policy and Joyce Bliek will flesh this out, in conjunction with [Rotterdam’s port community system] Portbase,” it said.last_img read more