House committees organize, five weeks after session began

first_imgPolitics | Southeast | Southwest | State GovernmentHouse committees organize, five weeks after session beganFebruary 19, 2019 by Andrew Kitchenman, KTOO and Alaska Public Media Share:Rep. Louise Stutes, R-Kodiak, House Speaker Bryce Edgmon, I-Dillingham, and Rep. Steve Thompson, R-Fairbanks, talk immediately following a Committee on Committees meeting on Tuesday. (Photo by Skip Gray/360 North)The Alaska House of Representatives has organized its committees, five weeks later than normal.The powerful House Finance Committee will have eight Republicans — including four from each caucus — two Democrats and one independent: Dan Ortiz of Ketchikan.Seven of the 10 standing committees will have co-chairs.Now that the committees are organized, work can begin on legislation. This had been delayed by a deadlock over who would be the speaker. That deadlock ended Thursday, when Bryce Edgmon of Dillingham was re-elected as speaker.There will be 15 Democrats, eight Republicans and two independents in the majority, and 15 Republicans in the minority.The House Finance Committee will hold its first meeting on Thursday.Watch the latest legislative coverage from Gavel Alaska: Share this story:last_img read more

News / Most powerful hurricane to hit the US in a decade wreaks havoc with supply chains

first_imgSimilarly, Kansas City Southern and BNSF have suspended rail operations in the affected areas.Warren Buffet-owned BNSF kept its intermodal facility in Pearland open over the weekend, despite rain preventing access to it, before suspending operations yesterday.All three carriers said, where possible, they would conduct track inspections and assess damage in the hope of restarting operations as soon as possible.Winds of 130mph were recorded as the category-four hurricane – the most powerful to hit the US in a decade – came ashore in the early hours of Saturday morning 30 miles north-east of Corpus Christi.Fifty Texas counties were impacted and US media quotes Houston mayor Sylvester Turning saying the resulting tropical storm could last four to five days. And this morning, the port of Houston notified customers it remained closed.FedEx has told customers to expect service delays and disruptions in Texas and Louisiana. It said: “Our top priority is the safety and well-being of our team members.”DHL Express has imposed a temporary suspension on all pick-up and delivery operations for the rest of the week, citing dangerous roads and the closure of George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston (IAH), which has said it would remain closed until Thursday, leading United Cargo to close its freight facility.United Cargo said: “Contingent upon the opening of the airport on Thursday, we plan to reopen our freight facility on Friday. We will begin to accept and transport non-perishable GEN and EXP shipments only at that time.”However, United Cargo did note cargo restrictions at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and San Antonio International Airport had been lifted, and they were operating as normal. By Alexander Whiteman 29/08/2017 Hurricane Harvey continues to wreak havoc on Texas and Louisiana supply chains, with land, sea, and air operations suspended.Despite the US government downgraded the hurricane yesterday to a tropical storm, a second landfall is expected later today with rail operator Union Pacific (UP) preparing for 50 inches of rain by Friday.UP said: “Harvey continues to cause heavy rain and widespread flooding in Houston and surrounding area. We have suspended rail operations along the Texas Gulf coast from Brownsville through Corpus Christi to Houston and east to Lake Charles, Louisiana.”The carrier has embargoed all rail traffic for Gulf Coast locations and others within the Houston area, and is recommending customers divert cars where feasible.last_img read more

JOB VACANCY: Oakdale Nursing Home looking to hire Health Care Assistant

first_img 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Facebook Pinterest Twitter Oakdale Nursing Home in Portarlington are looking to fill the following position:Health Care AssistantRequired for: Part-Time Shifts (Mornings, Weekdays & Weekends)Requirements:Be passionate about caring for our residentsFETAC Level 5 in Care of the Elderly or equivalentTo apply:Send CV to: Avril Finnerty (Director of Nursing), Tullamore Road, Portarlington, Co. Laois.Phone Number: 057 86 45282Email: [email protected]: www.oakdale.ieClosing Date:Closing date for applications: Friday, June 7, 2019SEE ALSO – Check out the dedicated jobs section on LaoisToday.ie GAA TAGSOakdale Nursing Home Previous articleIn Pictures: Portlaoise Panthers swap the basketball shorts for glitz and glamour on awards nightNext articleJOB VACANCY: Nuvo Personnel are recruiting for a General Operative, 2 Funeral Assistants and a Truck Driver LaoisToday Reporter Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results GAA Home Jobs JOB VACANCY: Oakdale Nursing Home looking to hire Health Care Assistant Jobs Pinterest WhatsApp By LaoisToday Reporter – 30th May 2019 JOB VACANCY: Oakdale Nursing Home looking to hire Health Care Assistant Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory Facebook GAA last_img read more

Kim Young Hwan: ‘Kim Jong Eun’s Dictatorship Likely to Bring Political…

first_img According to experts at a recentconference, if Kim Jong Eun continues to hold on to the current dictatorship,it is highly anticipated to contribute to instability of the political system in North Korea.At an event titled, “North Korea’s Strategy on the South andSouth Korea’s Response,” hostedby the SIGK and Sookmyung Women’s University Instituteof Security Studies on December 5th, Kim Young Hwan, senior researcher ofNetwork for North Korean Democracy and Human Rights [NKnet], stated, “Kim Jong Eun has been pushing reforms and policies geared towardopening up, but apart from that, the likelihood he will attempt to preserve thepower of the regime and strengthen his dictatorship is high.”Kim added that while Kim Jong Eun is youngand attempting to emulate Kim Jong Il’s tacticalstrategies, he lacks the same level of command and stability. “Conditions are ever-present that he may initiate dangerous threatsstemming from his desire to command the authority of an all-powerful leader,” Kim pointed out.To readily confront this situation, Kimcalled on the South Korean government to implement more aggressive policies onNorth Korea. “There is movement in the Kim Jong Eun erarelated to reform and opening, and that must be supported, but what we reallyneed to be more involved in is active preparation for the establishment of anew government in the event of a collapse of Kim Jong Eun’s regime,” he said.To mitigate overall chaos when that timearrives, he urged for a methodically prepared manual to combat the chief factorscontributing to anxiety over security issues. While dialogue and exchange withNorth Korea are important, once the changes afoot domestically lead to theeventual collapse of the standing system, a road map of plans and provisionswill be required. Kim went on to predict that the future ofinter-Korean relations will continue to be rife with uncertainty in the KimJong Eun era. “Kim Jong Eun will continue to incitecrisis on the Korean Peninsula and employ it as a tool to maintain the currentsystem,” he explained. “NorthKorea needs some degree of tension between itself and the South, creating afundamental limitation to developing better relations between the two.”As to how to improve this, Kim stated, “When seeking to resolve inter-Korean relations, politicalflexibility is paramount, as is the adoption of policies that actively expeditechange in North Korea.” He added, “We need to rethink North Korea policy based on its collapse being animportant scenario that may occur.” Yoo Dong Yeol, director of the KoreanInstitute of Liberal Democracy, also spoke at the event, discussing issuesrelated to pro-North factions operating in the South. “Pro-NorthKorean forces permeated circles of workers and academics at first, but from themid-1980s, their influence began to seep into the art, media, and religiousworlds as well,” adding that the ruling and oppositionparties must penetrate political circles and create a broader network to combatthis issue.   “Pro-North powers did not operateindependently, rather, they worked with North Korean networks and internationalleftist organizations, expanding their sphere of activity on a global scale,” he explained. “These activities bypro-North forces generate adverse effects in society.” He concluded with four methods aimed atresolving problems stemming from pro-North forces: ▲minimizationof social inconsistencies contradictions in every sector ▲actively make known the true practices of pro-North forces ▲ resolute law enforcement for criminal activities, and ▲ reinforcing national security systems. Facebook Twitter By Daily NK – 2014.12.10 1:45pm RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News AvatarDaily NKQuestions or comments about this article? Contact us at [email protected] North Korea tries to accelerate building of walls and fences along border with China Kim Young Hwan: ‘Kim Jong Eun’s Dictatorship Likely to Bring Political Instability’center_img SHARE Ordinary Pyongyang residents have not received government rations since mid-April News News News Hamhung man arrested for corruption while working at a state-run department storelast_img read more

Party season not on for illegal ravers

first_imgParty season not on for illegal ravers As the holiday season approaches authorities are reminding people that illegal parties on beaches and in national parks will not be tolerated. The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) and NSW Police will be undertaking patrols and people will face penalties or court attendance notices for breaches.NPWS Director Deon van Rensburg said it is great to see people getting out and enjoying our wonderful national parks however, activities such as illegal parties are creating disturbance for other park users and neighbours, can damage the environment and often result in unnecessary and expensive clean-ups.“There is also a significant safety risk to people that attend these parties as they are often held at night and associated with drug and alcohol use in areas where the consequences of slips, trips and falls can be extreme,” Mr van Rensburg said.“Illegal party organisers face penalties, seizure of their equipment and clean up or site rehabilitation costs.”Police issued penalty notices to four organisers following an illegal party at Malabar recently.Eastern Beaches Police Area Commander, Superintendent Rohan Cramsie, said unauthorised parties of this type will not be tolerated and pose extremely serious safety risks to both individuals who attend and police responding.“This is a public safety issue. We are more than happy to work with and support event organisers to hold well organised dance parties in the Eastern Beaches area.“But unauthorised parties are anything but safe. There is no security to intervene in the event of an emergency, such as an altercation between persons attending. Also, there is no monitoring of current COVID requirements.“The local community is being impacted by noise, rubbish and intoxicated people right through to the morning.“Police will continue to work closely with officers from Randwick City Council and the National Parks and Wildlife Services to target these events and prosecute offenders accordingly.”Mr van Rensburg said illegal parties can have negative impacts on the environment, buildings and structures as well as other park users and neighbours.“Where authorities become aware of the intention to conduct an illegal dance party in a park, we will attempt to contact the organisers where possible and advise them that the dance party has not been consented to.“Parks may be temporarily closed to restrict the establishment of an impending illegal dance party.“People who become aware of a planned illegal party or suspect that one may be setting up in a national park should contact their local NPWS office, Police or Crime Stoppers,” Mr van Rensburg said. /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Alcohol, altercation, AusPol, community, council, Eastern, Emergency, environment, Government, Holiday, New South Wales, NSW, NSW Police, penalty, police, Randwick, season, security, wildlifelast_img read more

Efforts to protect Peninsula from Buruli ulcer continue

first_imgEfforts to protect Peninsula from Buruli ulcer continue Mornington Peninsula Shire and the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity (Doherty Institute), partners in the Beating Buruli in Victoria research project, are starting a trial of targeted mosquito control in the high-risk areas of Blairgowrie and Rye.Cases of Buruli Ulcer have increased significantly in Victoria in recent years, particularly along the Mornington and Bellarine Peninsulas. Research has shown areas where humans are most frequently contracting Buruli Ulcer are areas where possums and mosquitoes are most frequently carrying the causative bacteria.This State and Federal Government funded trial incorporates a new approach, addressing community concerns raised in 2019 around the use of spraying to control mosquitoes.This safer alternative is mosquito specific and does not involve spraying or pose any risk to bees, wildlife, or any other insects.The study and associated control measures will include:Education campaigns to ensure homeowners are not unintentionally creating breeding habitats for mosquitos.Use of non-toxic traps called Gravitraps that reduce mosquito numbers in and around homes. These traps are sustainable, non-toxic and have been used worldwide to effectively reduce mosquito numbers.Use of commercial, non-toxic mosquito-specific larvicides in backyard breeding sites such as rain-water tanks, septic tanks, ponds, and bird baths. These larvicides are not toxic to humans, pets, or other animals. They are also recommended by the World Health Organization as safe for use in drinking water supplies to control container-breeding mosquitoes.The study team is putting the call out to residents in Blairgowrie and Rye to participate in the trial with the aim to recruit approximately 500 households.Around 250 of these recruited households will be classified as ‘intervention zones’, where approving landowners will permit 10 Gravitraps to be placed within their property and allow the project team to regularly inspect the traps.The remaining 250 houses will be control zones where no activities will occur. Comparing mosquito numbers in the two zones will allow us to measure the effectiveness of the intervention.The project team will begin knocking on doors to recruit households throughout Blairgowrie and Rye on 27 February 2021.To measure the success of the intervention, Ovitraps will also be placed on public land along fence lines in Blairgowrie and Rye. This will allow researchers to count and analyse mosquito eggs in an unintrusive and sustainable way.Online information sessionThe Doherty Institute will be running an online information session for community members who would like to learn more on Thursday 25 February 2021 from 6 – 7pm.Click here to register your attendance in advance of the meeting.After registering, you will receive an email confirmation containing information about joining the meeting.Stay safeResidents and visitors are reminded to protect themselves from possible sources of Buruli ulcer transmission by:Avoiding insect bites by using suitable insect repellents and long clothing, especially during the warmer monthsWearing gardening gloves, long-sleeved shirts and trousers when gardening or working outdoorsProtecting cuts or abrasions with sticking plastersPromptly washing and covering any scratches or cuts received while outdoorsSeeing your doctor if you have a skin lesion and mention the possibility of Buruli ulcer /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Bellarine, community, Doherty Institute, drinking water, education, Federal, federal government, Government, health, infection, local council, Mornington Peninsula, mosquito, property, research, sustainable, Victoria, World Health Organizationlast_img read more

10 things to do this week: Dec. 4 edition

first_imgShare Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: Dec. 4, 2017 • By Sarah Ellsworth Hello, everyone! We’re really getting close to finishing the semester now; and with finals approaching, be sure you take some time to de-stress and have fun at some of our events this week before the study grind completely sets in. Find more campus events with the new and improved Events Calendar.This week brings a discussion of the Middle Eastern experience in America, a talk with the first transgender male Olympic athlete Chris Mosier, a DIY stress balls event, Get to Know Your Green Buddies, Winter Housing Fair, therapy dogs at the libraries, Winter Grad Bash, gingerbread-house decorating at the semester’s last International Coffee Hour, the annual Holiday Festival and free community ice skating at Central Park.Tuesday, Dec. 5Being Middle Eastern in AmericaFrom 4:30 to 6 p.m., the Dennis Small Cultural Center will host a discussion on the experience and effects of being Middle Eastern in today’s American society. This event will take place in UMC 204 and is free and open to all.CWA Speaker Series Presents Chris MosierThe Conference on World Affairs welcomes the first transgender male Olympic athlete Chris Mosier to speak about positive change in the Olympics. Triathlete Mosier will speak from 6 to 7 p.m. in the Wittemyer Courtroom of Wolf Law. This event is free, and all are invited, but you should RSVP online in advance.Wednesday, Dec. 6DIY Stress BallsWith finals looming, take some time off to make your very own stress ball. Hosted by the Dennis Small Cultural Center from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in UMC 204, this free DIY workshop will also feature a discussion about stress-management techniques and self-awareness.Get to Know Your Green Buddies           Come get to know the like-minded individuals around campus who also want to see a more environmentally friendly and sustainable CU Boulder (and world)! From 6 to 8 p.m., come enjoy a free dinner in the British Studies Room (Norlin M549) and some conversation centering around the environment and a greener campus.Housing FairLooking for a new place to live next semester? Then swing by the Winter Housing Fair to familiarize yourself with Ralphie’s List, check out some properties for rent and get some free hot chocolate and legal advice. The fair will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Williams Village Center Multipurpose Room and is free to attend.Thursday, Dec. 7Bark Buddies at Norlin LibraryMany a day I have thought, I’d really enjoy school so much more if there were dogs to play with in the middle of the day. Well, wish granted! From 1 to 3 p.m. in Norlin Library, there will be a bunch of super cute and friendly dogs to snuggle up to, as well as other fun activities to help you de-stress. There will also be other Bark Buddies events throughout the week, so check out the website to find out how to maximize your time playing with these fur babies.Friday, Dec. 8Winter Grad BashIf, like me, you are looking forward to graduating this December, then celebrate with The Herd’s Winter Grad Bash at the Koenig Alumni Center. There will be free food and drinks (bring an ID) and tons of activities and free giveaways, so don’t miss out!Gingerbread House Decorating at Coffee Hour‘Tis the season to make cookies and shape them into miniature houses topped with candy decorations, so partake in this classic American holiday tradition with the CU International Student and Scholars Service at the semester’s last International Coffee Hour. There will be free food and coffee, as well as new friends to meet. Join between 4 and 5:30 p.m. in C4C S355.Holiday FestivalGet in the holiday spirit at 7:30 p.m. with CU Boulder’s annual Holiday Festival in Macky Auditorium, which features festive décor and some of the most incredibly talented musicians at this school performing holiday classics. Tickets for this fun concert start at $20.Saturday, Dec. 9Free Community Ice SkatingThe ice rink in Central Park (Canyon Boulevard and 13th Street) is holding a free afternoon of skating from 2 to 4 p.m. for all community members, so come one and all to show off your fancy twirling moves or learn this fun activity for the first time. Hint: This is an excellent place to burn off a bit of steam and have some fun before finals.Categories:Things to DoGeneralCampus CommunityEvents & Exhibitslast_img read more

Taste Samples of Rack & Riddle’s Award-Winning Sparkling Wine

first_imgReddIt TAGSProductionProduction ServicesRack & RiddleWinemaking/Oenology Pinterest Share Email Twitter AdvertisementWith sparkling wine growing ever more popular and sales far outpacing still wine, now is the ideal time to carve your niche in this lucrative market.Stop by and taste samples of Rack & Riddle’s award-winning sparkling wine at booth #1839 at the Unified tradeshow, and meet with our knowledgeable industry experts.Click here to add Rack & Riddle to your show planner scheduling tool and send a quick email to make an appointment!Discover how Rack & Riddle’s collaborative, customer-centered approach can help you achieve your winemaking goals in 2016.Rack & Riddle Offers Customizable Programs:Sparkling Private Label ProgramBase to Bottle or Grape to Bottle Sparkling ProgramsGrape to Bottle Still Wine Programs & Bottling ContractsRack & Riddle Custom Wine ServicesUWGS Booth: 1839With a recent expansion to two new facilities in Sonoma County, Rack & Riddle is proudly committed to providing pristine facilities where winemakers craft both still and sparkling wines. Rack & Riddle offers complete grape-to-bottle, base-to-bottle, and shiner programs for private labels, and houses 2 million gallons of stainless steel storage and fermentation vessels. An exceptional winemaking team produces over 1 million cases of wine annually. Please visit www.rackandriddle.com for more information.Advertisement Linkedin Previous articleFirst-Ever California Wine Symposium to be Held in Havana, CubaNext articleTalk to Jordi Mercader About Mercader Cork’s TCARE System at Unified Editor Facebook Home Trade Show Guide Unified Wine & Grape Symposium Taste Samples of Rack & Riddle’s Award-Winning Sparkling WineTrade Show GuideUnified Wine & Grape SymposiumTaste Samples of Rack & Riddle’s Award-Winning Sparkling WineBy Editor – January 19, 2016 51 0 last_img read more

Diabetes consultations, management likely to go phygital: Kantar study

first_img Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 Nearly 1/3rd of study respondents who own a glucometer purchased it after the pandemic struckKantar’s The D-Picture- COVID Edition Report indicates that a “phygital” way of consultation may be the future trend in diabetes management.While diabetics in India will continue to consult doctors face to face, the study points to an increased preference towards virtual consultation (including telephone and digital) during the pandemic, which is expected to continue into the future as well.Since April 2020, COVID-19 has significantly impacted health services for noncommunicable diseases. Though life is gradually coming back to normal, the last six months have led to widespread disruption, especially in healthcare services. As diabetes patients are at high risk of developing complications due to COVID-19 infection, many of them have made permanent changes in their daily routine. 6 in 10 diabetics have expressed concern of catching the infection and getting hospitalised for COVID-19.The Kantar study covered 300 Type 2 diabetes patients across 12 cities, with all respondents belonged to NCCS A (upper socio-economic class).60 per cent of diabetics interviewed in the survey have shown high concern about their health due to COVID. This number is significantly higher than concerns about health amongst average Indian consumers (45 per cent)The fear of uncontrolled blood sugar is significantly higher among people living in the big four metros. Insulin users have higher concern about blood sugars versus patients on oral therapy.Despite the lockdown, >70 per cent people consulted their physician in the period (April – September 2020). People used virtual methods of consultations e.g. telephone, WhatsApp etc.The pandemic has also resulted in patients being more gluco-vigilant. Nearly 1/3rd of respondents who own a glucometer have purchased it after the pandemic struck, leading to more meticulous monitoring at home.Remote patient monitoring with video/ virtual consultations using digital apps showed a sharp rise from 3 per cent pre-COVID to 13 per cent during COVID. Apart from using apps, increasing number of patients have also resorted to texting doctors on WhatsApp (10 per cent pre-COVID, up to 26 per cent during COVID)However, only 5 per cent people have used specialised digital consultation platforms (e.g. Practo, Lybrate) during the pandemic.Though diabetes management has made a gateway to digital transformation; adoption of health apps for diabetes management is still at a nascent stage among diabetics as less than 10 per cent claim to have used any health app for diabetes management. By EH News Bureau on November 17, 2020 Related Posts Diabetes consultations, management likely to go phygital: Kantar study Share Comments (0) News Adoption of AI/ML can disrupt healthcare services Read Article WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” diabetes managementKantar Add Commentlast_img read more

SF are the stumbling block to a Stormont deal – Donaldson

first_imgHomepage BannerNews Facebook By News Highland – April 6, 2017 Twitter Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty WhatsApp SF are the stumbling block to a Stormont deal – Donaldson Consultation launched on proposal to limit HGV traffic in Clady A senior DUP negotiator has accused Sinn Féin of peddling mis-information about the state of talks to restore power sharing in Northern Ireland.The Secretary of State, James Brokenshire, has given the parties until after Easter to reach a deal.Both parties are accusing each other of holding back on discussions – with legacy and Irish language proving the major stumbling blocks.The DUP’s Jeffrey Donaldson says a deal is possible, but the stumbling block is Sinn Fein……..Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/07donaldson.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Facebook Twitter Pinterestcenter_img Harps come back to win in Waterford Google+ Previous articleKavanagh Group buys Ballybofey Shopping CentreNext articleFG will not sign off on Dail Water report News Highland 45 new social homes to be built in Dungloe WhatsApp Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Donegal hoteliers enjoy morale boost as bookings increase Google+ DL Debate – 24/05/21last_img read more