‘Nasty comments that are politically motivated’ – Tánaiste

first_img By News Highland – March 9, 2010 Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry News Facebook 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Twitter ‘Nasty comments that are politically motivated’ – Tánaiste Google+center_img Twitter Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Pinterest Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Previous articleThe Government will lose all three by-elections – Jim HigginsNext articleArntz being lobbied to improve redundancy offer News Highland ‘Nasty comments that are politically motivated’.The response of the Tánaiste to the latest suggestions that she’s not up to the job of Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment.On a TV programme last night an audience member claimed there was a “cringe factor” to her representation of the country abroad.And in the Dáil this afternoon Fine Gael’s Leo Varadkar highlighted a newspaper report suggesting the IDA is embarassed by her and claimed that the language she uses is often inappropriate and vulgar.But Mary Coughlan wasn’t impresed.[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/16mary1.mp3[/podcast] WhatsApp Pinterest Google+ Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th last_img read more

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Gold Coast rental market softening with more properties on offer

first_imgTenants appear to be spoiled for choice on the Gold Coast at the moment.TENANTS considering shopping around for a cheaper rental property could be in luck, with more options reported to be available now compared to a few months ago.The REIQ’s latest Quarterly Regional Market Monitor report shows the vacancy rate increased only slightly in the March quarter to 1.8 per cent, reflecting a tight market.However, institute chief executive Antonia Mercorella said the data did not consider a recent influx of properties to the rental pool.“Recent feedback from local agents indicates the rental market has moved significantly in April, and May is much softer,” she said. An influx of properties has softened the rental market recently.“While the rental market in our major tourism centre is affected by seasonality where demand slows heading into winter, there has been a strong level of new rental supply come online and this has had an immediate impact on the market.“There is a lag in the available data and while the current statistics suggest tight demand, we expect this to relax in the next two quarters.”More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa11 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThe median rental price for houses in the first three months of the year was $500 a week, and $450 a week for units, according to the report.REIQ Gold Coast zone chairman Andrew Henderson said JLL’s Smith Collective built-to-rent dwellings on the site of the former 2018 Commonwealth Games athletes village were among those to flood the market in recent months. MORE NEWS: Gold Coast faces second highest rental rate hikes in regional Queensland MORE NEWS: Coast house prices have tripled in 20 years He said the abundance of options on the market would prevent rental prices from skyrocketing further.“Potentially there might be some downward pressure on pricing with supply and demand,” he said.“I see it more in a balanced-type market.“For good properties that are priced right, there’s good demand.”Rental yields in the quarter were recorded at 4.2 per cent for houses and 5.5 per cent for units, both of which were slight rises on the previous quarter’s results. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:22Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:22 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p216p216pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenWhat Aussie renters feel most guilty about00:22last_img read more

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After uncertain Match, Greece BiH 1: 1

first_imgBH national football team played a draw in Greece (1: 1) in the fourth round of qualifiers for Group H for the World Championship that will be held in 2018 in Russia.Immediately at the start of the match our team played strong. Already in the second minute Sead Kolasinac crossed from the left, but Vedad Ibisevic shot in the head of well positioned Orestis Karnezis.Izet Hajrovic had a great chance in the 21st minute, he shot from the right side, but the ball went just a few centimeters by the right goalpost.Our team took the lead in the 32nd minute. Miralem Pjanic shot from a free kick from about 25 meters from Karnezis’s goals, the ball was set up and kicked in his style, but the shot hit the goalpost and rebounded back from Karnezis in the network for a large celebration of around 2,000 of our fans at the stadium, “Georgios Karaiskakis”. UEFA officially enrolled that goal as a goal of the Greek goalkeeper.In the second of four minutes of additional time, the Greeks had the opportunity to score. Kostas Stafylidis passed the ball to Mitroglou who goes one on one with Asmir Begovic, but our goalkeeper spectacularly saved our network.In the beginning of the second half, both teams played cautiously, primarily taking care of the defense of their goal, and they mostly played on the center, and then the Greeks hit the goalpost in the 55th minute.Kostas Fortounis received the ball 30 meters from our goal and shot, but Begovic managed just to touch the ball with his fingertips, and saved our network once again.After 74 minutes, the Dragons were able to double the advantage. Senad Lulic shot to Pjanic who shot from 10 meters and missed.Great mess took place in 76th minutes, when nearly all the players got involved in a major conflict that was started by Dzeko and Papasthatopoulos and epilog was the second yellow card to captain of BH selection, and direct red card for Papadopoulos.By the end of the match, the Greeks were trying to get the tying goal, and managed to do it in the 95th minute when Tzavellas checkmated Begovic from 20 meters.With this point we remained in the race for second place, which leads to the barrage.Greece (4-2-3-1): Orestis Karnezis – Vasilis Torosidis, Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Kyriakos Papadopoulos, Giorgios Tzavellas – Giannis Maniatis (Giannis Gianniotas 61′), Andreas Samaris – Petros Mantalos (Nikolaos Karelis 87′), Kostas Fortounis, Kostas Stafylidis – Kostas Mitroglou.BiH (4-4-2): Asmir Begović – Ognjen Vranješ, Emir Spahić (Toni Šunjić 70′), Ervin Zukanović, Sead Kolašinac – Izet Hajrović (Ermin Bičakčić 87′), Miralem Pjanić, Mato Jajalo, Senad Lulić – Edin Džeko, Vedad Ibišević (Milan Đurić 84′).The remaining matches of BiH:BiH – Gibraltar (25th of March 2017)Bosnia and Herzegovina – Greece (9th of June 2017)Cyprus – Bosnia and Herzegovina (31st of August 2017)Gibraltar – Bosnia and Herzegovina (3rd of September 2017.)Brussels – Belgium (7th of October 2017)Estonia – BiH (10th of October 2017.)Take a look at Pjanic’s goal.(Source: E. B./Klix.ba)last_img read more

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Pat Murrell, 80, Winfield: October 15, 1934 – Dec. 19, 2014

first_imgPat Murrell, 80, of Winfield, died on December 19, 2014 at the Riverview Manor Nursing Home in Oxford.Memorial Services will be held at 10:00 A.M. Saturday, December 27, 2014 at the Oxford Christian Church in Oxford.  Inurment will be in the Oxford Cemetery. A memorial has been established with the Oxford Christian Church or the donor’s choice. Contributions can be left with the funeral home. For further information or to leave a condolence please visit www.oxfordfuneralservice.comPatrica Ann Jordan Murrell was born on October 15, 1934 in Grenola, Kansas the daughter of Willard Glenn and Vera Mae Barker Jordan. She was a 1952 graduate of Grenola High School. On January 4, 1953 she was united in marriage with Ralph Murrell. Pat worked in the office for Hittle Service for a number of years.  She served for 37 years in various roles with Girl Scouts, volunteered her services at both the library and Island Park Playground. Pat was also an active member of the Oxford Christian Church and enjoyed helping others.Surviving to honor her memory is her husband, Ralph of the home, daughter Pam Martin of Wichita, grandsons, Joshua Murrell and Jeremy Martin, great granddaughter Olivia Rose Murrell and step-granddaughters, Lori Martin Cox and husband Lloyd and Megan Martin, step great grandchildren, Jessica Cox, Taryn Cox, Cody Cox and Barrett Cox, sister Ethel Steward of Denver, CO, sister-in-laws, Cheryl Jordan, Betty Jordan and Morna Jordan.Preceding her in death are her parents, sister, Mary Mathis and brothers, Robert, Dick and Carl Jordan.last_img read more

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Bout two goes Saturday at Selkirk College

first_imgThe second bout of the West Kootenay Roller Derby season is ready to kick off Saturday at the Selkirk College Gymnasium.The doubleheader begins at 5 p.m. with the Dam City Rollers up against the Rossland/Trail Roller Girls. At 7 p.m. Salmo’s Babes of Brutality meet South Slocan’s Valley Vendettas.For more details go to http://www.kootenayrollerderby.com/2013/04/may-11th-double-header-castlegar/last_img

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Foster delivers on promise

first_img BLOOD IN MY EYES Standings “It was at the back of my mind that they beat us last year in the final. In that final I had a kind of injury so I came back with blood in my eyes for them today,” explained Foster, who was scoring his first goal of the season. Having scored his first goal and contributing to his team’s victory, Foster is hoping for even bigger things this season. “I did not perform to the best of my ability, but I feel great knowing that I scored the winning goal. With that out of the way, my aim right now is to finish the season with more than 10 goals and to win the league,” added the player who is aiming for national selection. Portmore United teenager, Malique Foster, knew that Sunday’s matchup with defending champions Montego Bay United was a big one and one that he had to be prepared for. The last time they met was in the final of the 2015-16 Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) final and his team came out losers Foster decided that there was going to be no repeat. “I was really focused today. Last night I went to my bed really early, very focused, I swear,” the 19-year-old attacker told The Gleaner at the end of the game, which his team won 1-0 over Montego Bay United. “I was not really surprised when I scored that goal and I can tell you it is a great feeling,” added the man who won one Manning Cup title with Jamaica College. The loss in last year’s final was a bitter pill for Foster to swallow and something that has been gnawing at him. Teams P W D L GF GA GD Pts UWI FC 9 6 2 1 13 7 6 20 Humble Lion 9 5 2 2 10 6 4 17 Portmore 9 4 3 2 9 8 1 15 Arnett 8 4 2 2 12 7 5 14 Tivoli 8 4 1 3 11 6 5 13 MoBay United 8 4 1 3 9 7 2 13 Jamalco 9 3 1 5 12 12 0 10 Maverly-Hughenden 9 1 7 1 11 11 0 10 Waterhouse 9 3 1 5 9 11 -2 10 Reno 9 2 4 3 5 9 -4 10 Harbour View 9 1 3 5 5 12 -7 6 Boys’ Town 8 1 1 6 6 16 -10 4last_img read more

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Evidence for Evolution, or for Uncontroversial Variation?

first_imgScience papers and articles often announce promising new evidence for evolution.  To distinguish Darwinian evolution from creation, though, requires evidence of a certain magnitude.  The staunchest Biblical creationist allows for a great deal of variation within kinds.  When evidences for evolution are announced, do they rise to the level of change Darwin theorized – like the change of one animal or plant into another, with new tissues, organs, and functions?  Do they support a grand story of the common ancestry of all living things from simple microbes?Mammals:  “Fossil shelved for a century reworks carnivore family tree,” announced PhysOrg.  A fossil from the American Museum of Natural History shelved since 1896 has been looked at anew.  The phrase family tree immediately connotes an image of Darwinian common ancestry.  One would expect the fossil would show progress in understanding evolutionary relationships.  The body of the article, however, shows problems instead of clarification:This analysis is the fifth time that early carnivore postcrania have been carefully described in detail.  Adding the information from this long-neglected fossil to the previously known data, though, does point researchers into new directions.  An analysis of 99 traits among 29 fossils and 15 living taxa resulted in a new evolutionary tree that shows that ‘M.’ uintensis is distantly related to the type specimens from the Miacis genus, suggesting that an extensive revision of the current understanding of the evolutionary relationships among early carnivore fossils may be needed.  But more significantly, the structure of the evolutionary tree suggests that adaptations to terrestrial or semi-terrestrial locomotion were more common than previously suspected in early fossil carnivores, preceding the split between the two major groups of living Carnivora, the Caniformia (a group that includes dogs, weasels, bears, seals and their relatives) and Feliformia (cats, hyenas, mongooses and civets).It appears that what was found was not the expected primitive carnivore, but a specimen that indicates just as much diversity of lifestyles as seen in modern carnivores.  The creature apparently was able to climb trees and walk on the ground.  But then again, so do raccoons today.  Curator John Flynn tried to explain: “It is typically thought that the miacoids of the Eocene—the basal fossil relatives of modern Carnivora that root the family tree—were arboreal.  But we now are beginning to see that there was a greater diversity of locomotor styles in early carnivores.”  The only thing that seems to have evolved here is the thinking of the evolutionists.Fish:  Over in Africa, evolutionists are still trying to figure out how the cichlid fish trapped in inland lakes evolved.  Cichlid fish have diversified in Lake Malawi and Lake Victoria in “a classic example of adaptive radiation and rapid speciation,” the authors of a paper in PLoS Biology said.1  (See also summary on Science Daily).  But the details of evolution they studied are mere shifts in the expression of existing genes and slight changes in existing proteins that affect sensitivity to wavelengths of light that differ, at most, by 100 nm, at the ends of the spectrum of sensitivity.  The words novel and innovation are missing from the paper.  There are no indications that something genetically new has arisen, even though the authors say, “Hundreds of new species have evolved in Lake Malawi within the past 1-2 million years and within a mere 15,000-120,000 years in Lake Victoria.  These two haplochromine radiations provide a large number of closely related, yet ecologically and morphologically divergent, species.”  The fish are still cichlids; they could be classified as variations rather than species.  Furthermore, the rates of variation differ widely between the two lakes.  It would seem that no natural law has been found that could illuminate Darwinian evolution in general: “The rapid changes in opsin gene expression that we observed among these closely related cichlid species are unprecedented in vertebrates.”Whales:  In five million years, just 2.5 times the interval in which the fish mentioned above changed little, whales are thought to have evolved from a cow- or dog-like land animal.  A pompous-sounding headline on PhysOrg would lead a casual reader to expect a breakthrough discovery: “Australian fossil unlocks secrets to the origin of whales.”  It touted “groundbreaking discoveries” to follow – but then disappointed with a mere re-interpretation of a fossil that had been sitting in a museum since 1939.  Dr Erich Fitzgerald decided to “hypothesize it was a bottom-feeding mud-sucker that may have used its tongue and short, blunt snout to suck small prey from sand and mud on the seafloor.”  According to Dr. Fitzgerald, “This indicates early and varied experimentation in the evolution of baleen whales.”  While the reader is left wondering who the experimenter is, the article was quick to announce that Darwin would be proud. “The research conducted by Dr Fitzgerald supports Charles Darwin’s speculation in The Origin of Species, that some of the earliest baleen whales may have been suction feeders, and that their mud grubbing served as a precursor to the filter feeding of today’s giants of the deep.”    A little closer reading, though, shows that Mammalodon colliveri was already considered a “primitive toothed baleen whale, one of a group of whales that includes the largest animal ever to have lived, the blue whale.”  An artist reconstruction in the BBC News shows the creature to look whale-like in most respects: flippers, tail, sleek body and all.  (It should be kept in mind that soft part reconstruction is highly subjective.)   Moreover, “Mammalodon is a dwarf, having evolved into a relatively tiny form from larger ancestors.”  That would seem a regression, not an evolution, if the blue whales were on the same branch of the tree.  How did the advanced baleen whales evolve their baleen if a dwarf experimenter was off over in Australia grubbing in the mud, doomed to become a dead-end line?  Dr Fitzgerald was unable, nonetheless, to contain his excitement over his old bones.  Because another family member of Mammalodon was found nearby, “Clearly the seas off southern Australia were a cradle for the evolution of a variety of tiny, weird whales that seem to have lived nowhere else.” Dinosaurs etc.:  National Geographic displayed the “Top Ten Dinosaur and Fossil Finds: Most Viewed of 2009.”  Most of the ten show extinction, not evolution.  The first eight show no progression from simple to advanced.  If anything, they show that the past had more diversity and larger sizes than today – giant snakes, giant crocodiles, giant arthropods, and, of course, giant dinosaurs.  Even so, NG acknowledged that “a third of dinosaurs” may never have existed due to human classification errors.  The last two entries are the controversial Ardi and Ida.  These alleged missing links arguably shed more controversy than light on the story of human evolution.  Regarding Ida, NG said, “The publicity frenzy made National Geographic News’s brief coverage our most viewed page of the year—and inspired a backlash as some experts, including one here at Nat Geo HQ, suggested Ida was more media event than milestone.”  Sure enough, the link to Brian Cooley’s blog on NGM Blog Central is quite critical of the media hype over Ida.Interesting as the varieties of extinct fossils are, the perceptive reader may be left wondering what they have to do with evidence for the evolution of carnivores, fish and whales from non-carnivores, non-fish, and non-whales. 1.  Hofmann et al, “The Eyes Have It: Regulatory and Structural Changes Both Underlie Cichlid Visual Pigment Diversity,” Public Library of Science: Biology, 7(12): e1000266. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1000266, December 2009.We really tried to have a good time at the Darwin Party, but the event didn’t live up to the hype.  The place was filled with boors overcome with their own perceived self-importance.  Everywhere we turned, people were trying to sell us a bill of goods.  So we left and went to the other celebration instead.  MC2U&HNY2!(Visited 39 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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Global banks ‘ramping up in Africa’

first_img4 January 2012 The eurozone crisis may have cast a pall over global bankers’ New Year, but this hasn’t stopped a number of international institutions from increasing their presence in Africa – starting in South Africa – to take advantage of the continent’s fast growth rates, the Financial Times reports. The publication lists four major institutions that set up shop in South Africa in 2011, in a shift “driven by the stagnation of developed economies, coupled with the potential of a resource-rich, but under-developed continent with 1-billion people”. According to the Financial Times, in the course of 2011: JPMorgan began offering rand clearing services in South Africa, Credit Suisse set up a wholly owned subsidiary in the country, Barclays shifted its Africa headquarters from Dubai to Johannesburg, and China’s ICBC opened its first African representative office in Cape Town. BNP Paribas also moved to expand its local footprint through the acquisition of a majority stake in Cadiz Securities, the derivatives research and brokerage unit of South African financial services group Cadiz Holdings. ICBC said its Cape Town office would strengthen its strategic cooperation with South Africa’s Standard Bank, in which the Chinese bank acquired a 20% stake in 2008 for R36.7-billion – the biggest single Chinese investment in Africa to date. The Financial Times quotes John Coulter, JPMorgan’s senior country officer for sub-Saharan Africa, as saying: “Better governance and macroeconomic policies, together with greater political stability in a number of African countries, have contributed to a significant improvement in the overall economic performance of the continent. “As a consequence, Africa is being taken more seriously as an investment and business destination. “The opportunity we see in Africa is really to build out our commercial banking business to deliver treasury and corporate banking services to our clients across Africa, at the same time opening up the way for investment banking opportunities,” Coulter told the FT. “If we invest now, then we will reap the upturn in Africa, whether it’s in five years, 10 years or 20 years, but we recognise that we need to make that investment now.” Leo Reif, head of the investment banking department at Credit Suisse South Africa, told the FT: “The dialogue these days with clients is about emerging markets to an increasing extent and they talk about Asia and then they want to talk about Africa. “If you can’t talk about Africa, then they’ll find another bank.” SAinfo reporterlast_img read more

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iContact Offers Free Email Marketing Service for Small Businesses

first_imgTop Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#biz#Software Guides Related Posts While much of the focus in online marketing has been on social media over the last few years, there’s still something to be said for the value of good, old fashioned email. Marketing via email can be highly effective, but smaller companies don’t necessarily need all the bells and whistles offered by most email marketing service providers.In an effort to attract more small business and nonprofit customers, email and social marketing platform iContact is now offering a free version of their service.In doing so, the company takes aim at their biggest competitor, Constant Contact, whose pricing plans start at $15 per month. iContact has long offered several paid pricing options based on the number of email subscribers, starting at $10 per month. With this move to a freemium model, they’re offering organizations with 500 or fewer subscribers access to the service for free. Free subscribers will also be limited to 20 design templates (paid subscribers get over 500), lower sending priority and no phone support (only email and chat). For many smaller organizations on a shoe string budget, these concessions will be well worth it. Of course, if your email marketing efforts are successful, it won’t be long before you exceed 500 subscribers and thus will have to start paying. Then again, there are worse problems for a small business to have. If your business hasn’t gotten started in email marketing yet or you’re the market for a new provider, you can give the new iContact free account a shot. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…center_img Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market john paul titlowlast_img read more

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Taking Money out of the Solution

first_imgThe money that your prospective client takes out of your pricing is money they are taking out of the outcomes and results they are trying to produce.Your prospective client doesn’t realize this is what they are doing. They don’t understand that without allowing you to invest that money on their behalf through your solution, that money is not being spent in at all. They don’t recognize that while they may still have the cash, that cash would be put to better use generating the outcomes they need, and resolving the challenges that have caused them to consider changing in the first place. They believe, and they may not be wrong here, that you have padded your price, expecting to be asked for a discount. They believe, and they’re not wrong here either, that it is their responsibility to obtain the best deal they can for their company. So, they have to ask you for the discount.For your part, you have to explain that the money being taken out of the solution is literally being taken out of the solution. The discount that they are asking for results in less money being spent on the results they told you they need throughout the discovery process, and throughout the work you did collaborating to design the solution.Your prospective client can hold onto their cash and accept a lesser result, or invest the cash and produce a greater result. Look, if it makes better sense to invest less and change the solution to something that fits that investment, then recommend that and help them make that investment. But if they insist that the outcomes they need are important enough that they should change and do something different, then help them invest the right amount of money to do so, even if it’s more than they anticipated.What you don’t want to do is take money out of the solution only to deliver less than you promised, or less than the client actually needs.Photo credit: ashokboghani Water drain via photopin (license). Get the Free eBook! Learn how to sell without a sales manager. Download my free eBook! You need to make sales. You need help now. We’ve got you covered. This eBook will help you Seize Your Sales Destiny, with or without a manager. Download Nowlast_img read more

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