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Willie’s white elephant

first_imgNewsLocal NewsWillie’s white elephantBy Alan Jacques – April 17, 2015 637 TAGSFianna FáilHorizon MalllimerickWillie O’Dea TD RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories FIANNA Fail TD for Limerick, Willie O’Dea, revealed that while there will be welcome jobs created during the construction phase of the Horizon Mall development, he shares the concerns of many regarding the potential negative effect it will have on the city centre. “I am also concerned that the development will not be completed by the prescribed timeline of August 2016 and could end up as another ‘white elephant’ just like Coonagh Cross shopping,” Deputy O’Dea told the Limerick Post. Linkedin Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Advertisement Print WhatsAppcenter_img Facebook WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Previous articleSarah Jane’s general election bid to put Limerick firstNext articleRural areas hit by fuel thieves Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Email Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Twitter Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed livelast_img read more

Scoreboard roundup — 2/19/19

first_img Beau Lund FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Tuesday’s sports events:NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUEFlorida 4, Buffalo 2Tampa Bay 5, Philadelphia 2Pittsburgh 4, New Jersey 3NY Rangers 2, Carolina 1Montreal 3, Columbus 2OT St. Louis 3, Toronto 2Anaheim 4, Minnesota 0Nashville 5, Dallas 3SO Arizona 3, Edmonton 2TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL(4) Kentucky 66, Missouri 58(5) Tennessee 58, Vanderbilt 46(15) Purdue 48, Indiana 46(16) Florida St. 77, Clemson 64Baylor 73, (19) Iowa St. 69(24) Maryland 66, (21) Iowa 65(25) Buffalo 114, Ohio 67Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Written bycenter_img February 20, 2019 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 2/19/19last_img

Sex offender arrested on Notre Dame campus identified

first_imgThe “serious sex offender” arrested Friday on campus was identified as 70-year-old James Renick, Jessica McBrier, the St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office’s director of media relations confirmed in an email.“The St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office has charged James F Renick, 70, with Unlawful Entry by a Serious Sex Offender, a Level 6 Felony, in connection with a January 24, 2020 arrest on the University of Notre Dame’s Campus (Rolf’s Aquatic Center).” McBrier said. “Charges were filed on January 27, 2020.”In the email, McBrier said Renick’s first bail hearing was on Monday. He was arraigned the same day. His bail was set at $2,000 cash, or $20,000 surety. He remains in custody at the county jail. If convicted, “the sentencing range for a Level 6 Felony is ½ to 2 ½ years,” McBrier said.According to a court document obtained by The Observer, two Notre Dame Police Department (NDPD) officers responded to a call last Friday after receiving “a report of suspicious individual taking pictures of participants in swim meet” at Notre Dame’s Rolfs Aquatic Center. The officers approached the individual—Renick—and questioned him.In response to a question as to why he was taking photos, Renick—who told officers he had driven to Notre Dame from Beach Grove, Indiana, near Indianapolis—responded that he “liked to take pictures,” according to the court documents. When asked if he had ever been arrested, the accused mentioned a previous arrest in Ohio. Officers then called dispatch and confirmed that Renick was a sex offender and listed on Indiana’s sex offender registry.“Renick had been convicted in Pennsylvania of multiple counts of sexual abuse of children, corruption of minors, and endangering the welfare of a child,” the court document said.Renick will have his first hearing before a judge on Feb. 4 at 9:00 a.m., McBrier said.The alleged incident originally appeared on Tuesday’s NDPD crime log, where it was listed as having occurred between midnight and 6:20 p.m. Friday. The offense was listed as a “sex crime/unlawful entry of school property by a serious sex offender.”Tags: crime log, Rolfs Aquatic Center, sex crime, sex offenderlast_img read more

Sex workers get help to give up

first_imgThe Age (Australia) 3 Oct 2011RITA could never explain the large gap on her resume when she applied for jobs. She’d say she was a stay-at-home mother. But she’d really spent her adult life working as a prostitute to support three children. ”You can’t really tell them what you were doing,” she said. ”Otherwise, if you do, you’re going to be judged.” As her children became teenagers, Rita worried they might discover her secret, perhaps see her working the streets of St Kilda.So, at the start of the year, Rita signed up to Australia’s first exit program for sex workers, run by the St Kilda-based support service RhED and funded by Consumer Affairs Victoria. Like the other 24 women and one man who have joined the ”Pathways to Exit” program so far, Rita was given a case worker to help her negotiate the many steps she needed to take between the oldest profession and a new life. Her case worker took her to the dentist, the optometrist and the gym. She saw a psychologist for depression, she consulted a financial counsellor. Now she’s with an employment agency that knows her past, and next month she starts studying to become a beautician. ”I needed a career I can go for that I’ll be able to do the rest of my life and that’s what I come up with,” Rita said in an interview at the St Kilda drop-in centre. ”I’ve got a partner and we’ve both sort of had a bit of a hard time. We just want to settle right down and fit into society and both have careers and super and buy a house.”The exit program was established after more than half of the sex workers polled by RhED said they wanted help to leave the industry. Half of the first intake has come from the streets, the rest from brothels. Results from the first year are promising, according to an interim report, although it makes clear that leaving the industry is a long, slow process.http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/sex-workers-get-help-to-give-up-their-night-jobs-20111002-1l3ud.html#ixzz1ZeHDil9vlast_img read more