Previous articleManagement at LGH say Higgins recommendations are good for DonegalNext articleJohn Gallagher charged with making threats to kill News Highland Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Pinterest News Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal WhatsApp By News Highland – May 17, 2013 Twitter Facebook Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ The SDLP’s Pat Ramsey has been accused of making a political football out of funding for the Brandywell Stadium.Mr Ramsey had called for 110 million euro of funding set aside to redevelop Windsor Park to be allocated to the Brandywell project.This on the basis that no binding agreement to develop Windsor was in place.Pat Ramsey says that at a High Court case in which Glentoran are challenging the funding tentatively awarded to Windsor Park, the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure’s lawyer pointed out that the decision by DCAL to award funding had not yet taken place – he wants the funding directed to Derry.But Sinn Féin MLA Maeve McLaughlin says Pat Ramsey is either misinformed of funding criteria and allocation, or he is deliberately exploiting the undoubted need for refurbishment of Brandywell Stadium as a political football.She adds that it is no surprise that final funding agreements are at different stages of completion or development and that this in no way affects the ongoing development of each stadium.Ms McLaughlin said if Pat Ramsey was interested in the refurbishment of the Brandywell he would have ensured that his Party colleagues on Derry City Council supported a motion that was brought to the table in 2010.The proposal, despite Sinn Féin making numerous public and private interventions, was blocked by other Parties including the SDLP. Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Pat Ramsey accused of using Brandywell development proposals as a “political football” WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter Google+ 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire
Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article • The London Business School has held its position in the top 10 businessschools in the world for offering an MBA.It held eighth place in the Financial Times annual ranking – the sameposition as last year. It is the only UK college in the top 20. The nextBritish institution, Cranfield School of Management, moved up five places to35, while the Edinburgh University Management School was at 37th.The grading is based on concrete measures such as salary increase aftergraduation and languages taught, and other measures such as an assessment ofthe quality of research carried out and whether individuals achieved their goals.www.ft.com/ftsurveys/ LBS holds its own in world Top TenOn 1 Feb 2000 in Personnel Today Comments are closed.
By Dialogo October 28, 2011 Panamanian and Costa Rican authorities met on October 26 in search of strategies for the fight against organized crime operating on the two countries’ shared border, a Costa Rican source announced. “Crime problems are common to our two countries, so that meetings of this kind serve to strengthen our ties of cooperation at all levels,” Costa Rican Deputy Public Safety Minister Celso Gamboa declared. “We support close cooperation between Panama and Costa Rica through the handling and exchange of information,” his Panamanian counterpart Alejandro Garuz said in a statement, for his part. According to Garuz, despite the efforts made, technological advances, communications, and investments, “it’s necessary to confront the various conditions under which transnational terrorism is abusing the Costa Rican-Panamanian border.” The authorities discussed drug trafficking, human trafficking, prostitution, smuggling, drugs, and tax evasion, among other topics. Panama “is a fundamental strategic ally in the fight against crime, and we want to improve relations in order to succeed in making an effective impact,” Gamboa said, adding that in his country “there are concerns” about the penetration of drug trafficking on the border at Paso Canoas. The meeting in the Panamanian city of David concluded on October 27.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse hosts its final nonconference opponent of the season in Central Michigan on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. inside the Carrier Dome. The Chippewas are coming off a win at Big-12 foe Kansas, while SU looks to bounce back from a home loss against Middle Tennessee State.How can you watch the game? The game will air on ACC Network Extra.What’s to know about Central Michigan? The Chippewas boast one of the most powerful offenses in the country through two games, led by quarterback Shane Morris, who’s 12th in the country in passing yards. View the full scouting report here.Who coaches at CMU? John Bonamego, who got his dream job at his alma mater. Months later, he was diagnosed with cancer on his left tonsil. Despite chemotherapy and radiation, he did not miss a single practice or team meeting.Who will win the game? Our beat writers are predicting a narrow Syracuse victory.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textRemember Mitch Stanitzek? Two Septembers ago, he was the CMU defensive lineman to deliver the type of blow to Eric Dungey that brought a heavy focus to Dungey’s running habits, a constant in SU’s offense two games into 2017. Dungey is leaving the past behind from that targeting call.Concerns over player safety affect tackling, too. Syracuse is among a growing number of schools to adjust tackling techniques in an age of targeting calls and safety concerns.What’s Syracuse’s biggest weakness? It may be the run game, but the punt return unit has been lackluster, too.Anything else to know about Central Michigan? Jim Lahde of The Morning Sun answers questions surrounding the Chippewas. Comments Published on September 16, 2017 at 11:33 am Contact Matthew: [email protected] | @MatthewGut21