RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Eddie Fullerton assassinated by British operatives of British state, Seanad hears Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp AudioHomepage BannerNews Previous articleCommercial vacancy rate increases slightly in DonegalNext articleAdditional portable loos accessible to all to be provided at Donegal beaches News Highland Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Google+ Donegal Senator Padraig Mac Lochlainn has told the Seanad that in his view, Buncrana Councillor Eddie Fullerton was assassinated by British operatives of the British state.Senator Mac Lochlainn was speaking after it emerged that police in the North did not provide all relevant documentation to the Police Ombudsman in relation to the Loyalist murder of five people in a Belfast bookies in 1992. It then emerged that the case may have implications for a number of other incidents, including Cllr Fullerton’s killing a year earlier.The Fullerton family is seeking a meeting with the Taoiseach, and the Justice Minister will be asked to discuss the issue in the Seanad.Senator Mac Lochlainn told the Seanad this is a very serious development:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/podfghfghfghfghfgfullerton.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. By News Highland – February 14, 2019 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Facebook Facebook
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The NCUA on Monday banned Soundra Lopez, a former vice president of lending, and Latrese Williams, a former member services representative, from ever participating in the affairs of a federally-insured financial institution.Seven months before the $47 million County & Employees Credit Union in Edinburg, Texas was liquidated by state regulators in October 2014, Lopez, along with two other employees, sued the credit union in March 2014 claiming they had not been paid overtime hours.The NCUA, which was named the credit union’s conservator, denied Lopez’s overtime claims. What’s more, in a 2017 court filing in U.S. District Court in McAllen, Texas, the NCUA alleged Lopez was not entitled to compensation because she violated her fiduciary duties and “acted in an illegal and improper manner.”The independent federal agency alleged Lopez orchestrated and participated in an improper lending scheme, which she benefitted from and led to substantial financial losses for CMECU. continue reading »
RelatedPosts GOtv Boxing Night 20: Ehwarieme eyes world title Esepo delighted at winning best boxer prize at GOtv Boxing Night 20 Ehwariemi wins WBF title as Agbaje emerges best boxer at GOtv Boxing Night 20 Light heavyweight boxing star, Kabiru “KB Godson” Towolawi, has vowed to avenge his defeat in the hands of Adewale “Masevex” Masebinu when they clash at GOtv Boxing Night 20 on 12 October at the Indoor Sports Hall of the National Stadium, Lagos. Masebinu and Towolawi clash again after the latter’s fifth-round knockout defeat in the national title bout at GOtv Boxing Night 16 earlier in the year.According to Towolawi, also known as the “Bariga Terror”, his defeat by Masevex in the title bout was accidental. This time, he said, the national champion will face a totally different opponent.“He was lucky to have won. His victory was purely an accident. This time, it will be a different KB in the ring. I’m going to avenge the defeat. I’m happy to have the opportunity to right the wrong and I’m sure I will win,” said Towolawi.GOtv Boxing Night 20 will host eight bouts, the biggest of which is the African Boxing Union lightweight title bout between incumbent champion, Oto “Joe Boy” Joseph, and West African Boxing Union champion, Rilwan “Real One” Oladosu. Other big names scheduled to be in action are Rilwan “Baby Face” Babatunde, WABU welterweight champion; Ridwan “Scorpion” Oyekola, national super featherweight champion, Tope “TP Rock” Musa and Opeyemi “Sense” Adeyemi.The event will also host an all-female bout.Tags: GOtv Boxing Night 20Towolawi
The pipeline company that’s been the target of bombings in the South peace is appealing to the bomber to call off the attacks.Three Encana Corporation sites were hit by bombs in October and spokesman Mike McAllister is asking the bomber to stop, and instead talk to the company through a dedicated phone line…250-784-4051… [asset|aid=697|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=f304397f0c78bdb955a49b7bc7e7738a-McAllister_1_Pub.mp3] Meanwhile, police have released video surveillance of eight people who mailed letters in Dawson Creek on October 7th, saying one of them may have sent a threatening letter to oil and gas companies just days before the bombings began…RCMP Sergeant Tim Shields spoke yesterday at the same new briefing a Mr. McAllister….- Advertisement – [asset|aid=698|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=f304397f0c78bdb955a49b7bc7e7738a-Shields-arrest_1_Pub.mp3] The Mounties still believe the attacker may be a local resident with a grudge against the company and may have access to explosives and the knowledge to use them.
Donegal TD Pearse Doherty has called on all parties to support Sinn Féin’s Consumer Insurance Contracts Bill, which reaches Report and Final Stages in the Dáil this afternoon (Weds). This legislation would reform insurance contracts, increase transparency and tilt the balance in favour of the consumer – according to the Sinn Fein Deputy.Speaking ahead of today’s bill, Deputy Doherty said: “Rip-off insurance costs are squeezing incomes and closing down businesses across the State. “People are wondering how their premiums can go up every year even though they haven’t even made a claim. The insurance market isn’t working for policyholders. For the past three years, the Government have done nothing to reduce insurance costs.“At the same time, companies are making massive profits while we are charged rip-off premiums. Despite the cost and number of claims going down, premiums continue to rise.“Sinn Féin wants to stamp out fraud, ban unfair pricing by insurance companies, reduce premiums and increase protections for consumers in insurance contracts.“Our Consumer Insurance Contracts Bill, which reaches Report and Final Stages of the Dáil on Wednesday, would do just that, tilting the balance in favour of the consumer. “By increasing transparency and strengthening the hand of the policyholder before, during and after the terms of their insurance contract.“This legislation would go further than the Central Bank’s new regulations this month. They required companies to provide only the last year’s premium for customers renewing their motor insurance.“This bill would require companies to inform the customer of the past 3 years of premiums paid and claims received for all non-life insurance contracts. This would increase transparency and strengthen our hands when we look for a better deal each year.“Any company that cancels a policy would have to pay the customer the outstanding balance of the premium paid and make it easier for the customer to withdraw from a contract.“It would also require a company to inform customers of any claim made against their policy, allowing them to submit their own evidence and informing them of the cost of any claim against their policy that has been settled. “The legislation would also make it harder for an insurer to wriggle out of paying valid claims on grounds that have nothing to do with the accident or loss incurred by the policyholder.“In short, this would bring huge benefits to policyholders, and I am urging all parties to stop talking about insurance and start helping policyholders by voting for this Bill.“Sinn Féin wants to take on the insurance industry and ending the rip-off. By stamping out fraud, protecting consumers, banning dual pricing and bringing down premiums. Today’s legislation is a part of that work.”Donegal TD calls for support on bill to cut “rip off” insurance costs was last modified: November 13th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare 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:car insurancePearse DohertySinn Fein
FORTUNA >> The Huskies had one chance from the penalty spot come up empty on Saturday. Chico Cortes made sure their second didn’t end the same way.Cortes’ 43rd-minute penalty kick proved to be the game-winner as the Fortuna boys soccer remained undefeated in the 2016 season with a hard-fought 2-0 win over arch-rival Arcata at Husky Field.The win not only pushed the Huskies’ season-opening winning streak to 12 games, but also put Fortuna (12-0 overall, 7-0 league) on the brink of winning the …
The fabulously talented and perplexing West was recently seen wearing a “MAGA” hat — which, of course, stands for the Trump slogan “Make America Great Again” — and a Kaepernick sweatshirt.Talk about having an individual sense of style. You have to say that Kanye … CLICK HERE if you are having trouble viewing these photos on a mobile device.Donald Trump and Colin Kaepernick probably don’t share a whole lot in common, right?Oh, but they do apparently have one common bond:Kanye West.
The British Medical Journal 12 June cover story1 says that recent advances in magnetic resonance imaging may soon make MRI supersede X-ray as the preferred technology for whole body imaging. MRI avoids the damage caused by X-rays and provides more contrast and detail, especially in the detection of cancer. MRI is also replacing traditional autopsy techniques. See the summary on EurekAlert.1Eustace and Nelson, “Whole body magnetic resonance imaging,” British Medical Journal 2004;328:1387-1388 (12 June), doi:10.1136/bmj.328.7453.1387.The article mentions Raymond Damadian and references his seminal 1971 paper. Damadian was slighted by the Nobel committee last year (see 10/10/2003 headline) but won the Ben Franklin Medal and Bower Award this year to add to his lifetime honors for inventing this life-saving technology. Answers in Genesis found a quote by evolutionist Michael Ruse, in which he speculates that the main reason the Nobel committee bypassed Damadian was because of his creationism. That is scandalous. Though an ardent anti-creationist, Ruse sympathized with the outrage over the unjust decision, stating, “I cringe at the thought that Raymond Damadian was refused his just honor because of his religious beliefs.”(Visited 11 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
At a briefing on 15 January Eskom warned that load shedding will become a regular feature of daily life for South Africans for the foreseeable future. We bring you a handy guide on how to deal with the darkness.As CEO Tshediso Matona explained, in stage one load shedding, they still supply 95% of the country. In stage two 90% of the country receives power. “Stage three, we are still supplying 86% of the country. A blackout is when you supply nothing, zero!”Click image for a larger view.