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Protest held outside Bank of Ireland in Letterkenny

first_img Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme By News Highland – November 18, 2011 Protest held outside Bank of Ireland in Letterkenny RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp PSNI and Gardai urged to investigate Adams’ claims he sheltered on-the-run suspect in Donegal Twitter Google+ A protest has taken place outside the Letterkenny branch of Bank of Ireland.The Sinn Fein organised protest is to highlight the bank’s refusal, so far, to pass the interest rate cut announced by the ECB this month onto its variable rate mortgage customers.Bank of Ireland and Ulster Bank are the only major banks to refuse to pass on the cut.Pressure is increasing on BOI to pass on the cut as it is covered under the Government guarantee and part owned by the state .Speaking from the protest, Sinn Fein Councillor Mick Quinn says the banks inaction is disgraceful:[podcast][/podcast] Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released Facebook WhatsAppcenter_img Twitter Previous articleLetterkenny council to erect new signs on approach to hospital roundaboutNext articlePeople are working “flat out” to resolve A5 impasse – Mc Guinness News Highland Newsx Adverts HSE warns of ‘widespread cancellations’ of appointments next week Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Pinterest Google+ Pinterest Facebook Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers last_img read more

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REDS Hires Tidal Transit CTV for Lynn and Inner Dowsing Job

first_imgReach Engineering and Diving Services (REDS) has chartered Tidal Transit’s Ginny Louise crew transfer vessel (CTV) for work at Lynn and Inner Dowsing offshore wind farm.REDS  was contracted by XCECO to carry out internal inspections of 20 monopile foundations at the offshore wind farm, located in the Greater Wash.During the four-week long task, Ginny Louise sailed from Grimsby to the wind farm on a daily basis, carrying a team of seven divers from REDS plus two technicians and a site representative from XCECO.Ed Woodrow, sales and marketing director from Red Services said: “With the growth of the offshore wind industry, 60% of our business is in this sector, and this was the 5th successful contract we have undertaken for Lynn and Inner Dowsing offshore wind farm in seven years. However, this is the first time we have used a Tidal Transit CTV, and our team was very impressed.”Leo Hambro, commercial director at Tidal Transit added: “Becoming involved in this extremely specialized exercise has proved to be interesting and fulfilling for Ginny Louise’s crew members, who are more used to transporting technicians to and from wind farm sites, both nearshore and out as far as Dogger Bank. Both they and the company are anticipating further contracts with REDS with pleasure.”last_img read more

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Big Ten tourney awaits Badgers

first_imgAfter producing encouraging results in its last two tournaments, the Wisconsin women’s golf team is ready to swing into action this weekend at the Big Ten Championships. Recently, UW competed in the Lady Buckeye Invitational, claiming 12th overall. The Badgers defeated Big Ten foes Indiana, Minnesota and Ohio State at the tournament.Indeed, UW women’s head coach Todd Oehrlein was satisfied with last weekend’s performance; however, he was extremely pleased with senior Lindsay McMillan’s hole-in-one on the eighth hole in the second round.”[McMillan] was unbelievably excited. Well, so was I,” Oehrlein said during Monday’s press conference. “We all were. I mean it was great. … She was funny when she saw it go in the hole. The crowd that was up by the hole … reacted, obviously, and she dropped the club down and put her hands over her face and was just in shock.”With the additional momentum from the hole-in-one, the Badgers are almost in prime position for this weekend’s championship. On the other hand, the team still can improve on additional areas on the green.”We need to work on our puts,” Oehrlein said. “Ball strength, we’ve been pretty decent, but we aren’t making enough putts.”We’ve been playing a stretch of really good holes, and then we’ve had a mental breakdown, poor execution or a loss of concentration, and we are making mistakes that have been really costly,” Oehrlein added. “We are losing most of our shots in a few holes, and we have to eliminate those mistakes.”With 36 holes awaiting the Badgers this weekend, stiff competition should be provided by each of the Big Ten schools. According to Golfweek’s ratings, three of Wisconsin’s conference competitors rank in the top 30 nationally. No. 96 UW falls ninth among Big Ten programs.Highlighting the competition is No. 7 Purdue, who is favored to win this year’s championships. Oehrlein is aware of Purdue’s potential and is planning on focusing the team’s attention to other conference squads.”The programs that we are really competing with are Michigan, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Minnesota,” he explained. “That’s the way it goes. There are three or four schools in our conference that are usually annually and predominately very dominant and very strong. … Then there is the rest of the pack. Everyone is very competitive and usually only a few shots behind that first pack.”Last season, Wisconsin finished eighth at the tournament. This season, things have been different, as UW has been led by a very strong, youthful class in Jeana Dahl and Isabel Alvarez.”They have made a huge impact,” Oehrlein said. “Jeana has been our top finisher in half of our performances, and Isabel has given us some solid rounds … and has given us a nice lift, and we are going to need great scores out of them this weekend.”They are two players that have added talent and depth and some good scores,” Oehrlein added.Along with the freshmen, Oehrlein will turn to the senior golfers for leadership throughout the weekend event.”We’ve [had] some nice contribution, especially as of late, from a couple of seniors, Lindsay McMillan and Jackie Obermueller,” says Oehrlein, “[They] have played very well and need to continue to do so here heading into this weekend.”last_img read more

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Syracuse finishes season ranked No. 15 in AP poll

first_imgSyracuse finished the 2018 football season ranked No. 15 in the AP poll. It’s the first time the Orange (10-3, 6-2 Atlantic Coast) have finished the season ranked in the Top 25 since 2001.After a 34-18 win over West Virginia in the Camping World Bowl, the Orange moved up two spots from their previous rankings while the Mountaineers moved down five spots to No. 20. Their bowl victory pushed the Orange to 10-plus wins for the seventh time in program history.After two consecutive 4-8 seasons, Syracuse broke out in 2018 with wins over two ranked opponents — North Carolina State and West Virginia. Including the Mountaineers, three Syracuse opponents finished in the Top 25. The other two, Notre Dame and Clemson, were SU losses. The Tigers went on to finish as undefeated national champions while Notre Dame ranked fifth in the AP poll. Comments Published on January 8, 2019 at 12:11 pm Contact Josh: [email protected] | @Schafer_44 Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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