RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Kevin SheehyTHE man charged with murdering Limerick boxer Kevin Sheehy in a hit and run last July has been further charged with endangering the lives of others, arising out of the same incident.Logan Jackson (29) of Longford Road, Coventry, England is alleged to have driven a vehicle dangerously and at high speed in the direction of pedestrians on Hyde Road, Limerick, on July 1, 2019.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Detective Garda Shane Ryan, Roxboro Road Garda Station, told Limerick District Court that Mr Jackson made no reply when he charged him with endangerment.Mr Jackson was charged on July 3 last with the murder of the five time Irish boxing champion boxer whose body was found at Hyde Road at 4.40 am on the morning in question.Judge Patrick Durkan remanded Mr Jackson in custody to appear before Limerick District Court on Tuesday, November 12. Previous articleMag’s 88 kilometres buys handbikes for disabledNext articleNew routes will bring Shannon closer to the heart of Europe David Raleigh TAGSAn Garda SíochánaCourtCrimeKevin SheehyLimerick CityNews Linkedin Twitter Gardaí step up operations to tackle Limerick dognappers NewsFurther charge over murder of Limerick boxerBy David Raleigh – November 7, 2019 3106 Vicky calls for right to die with dignity Advertisement WhatsApp Thefts of catalytic converters on the rise #crimeprevention Email New parklet changes Catherine Street dining experience Facebook Print Woman arrested and €72,000 seized in Westbury Rape Crisis welcomes publication of O’Malley report
New Britain Oils, the Liverpool-based sustainable palm oil producer, has appointed Iain Anderson as national account manager.Anderson will spearhead the company’s large-scale drive to expand its foodservice department, aiming to attract more customers in the wholesale, catering, cash and carry and fast food sectors.He joins New Britain Oils from vegetable oil producer AAK, where he spent 13 years as national account manager.Adam Thomas, general manager at New Britain Oils, said: “We brought Iain into the team because of his expertise and extensive experience, as well as the fantastic relationships within the industry which he has built over a noteworthy career. He will be instrumental in growing the business through this latest expansion. We are lucky to have him on board and look forward to this next step for New Britain Oils.”Anderson said: “There is a huge amount of potential within the business for significant growth in this area. We have a highly competitive offering, with unsurpassed sustainability credentials, and a great-quality product.”The move comes in the wake of New Britain Oils expanding its production capacity by 30% to cope with demand.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Internal information from the Sachem Central School District was leaked to a local message board, the school district said Friday.Sachem officials posted a statement on the district’s website alerting parents that “internal information” was shared with a message board but ruled out any “network intrusion.”Suffolk County police has been notified, the school district said, adding that it is also actively looking into and “dealing with the issue.”The statement does not specifically say what kind of information was shared with the local message board. It also did not identify which message board the internal information appeared on.“If you have any information about the situation that could help police with their investigation, please email [email protected],” reads the statement.Suffolk police could not immediately comment on the incident.The district’s superintendent could not be reached for comment.Full statement:It has come to our attention that internal information from the Sachem Central School District has been shared on a local message board. We have run tests to show that there has been no network intrusion to the district’s systems. Suffolk County Police is involved in the matter. The school district is actively looking into and dealing with the issue. If you have any information about the situation that could help police with their investigation, please email [email protected]
Tags: England teams, Ireland, performance, U16 international British boys’ champion Conor Gough is among the six players selected for the England team for the U16 international against Ireland at Limerick on 13-14 October.The other team members are Dubai-based Josh Hill, Max Hopkins of Hertfordshire, George Leigh of Cornwall, Ben Pierleoni of Hertfordshire and Ben Schmidt of Yorkshire.Gough, Hill and Hopkins were all in England’s winning team at the Boys’ Home Internationals.The players:Conor Gough, 16, (Stoke Park, BB&O), has also won the English U16 McGregor Trophy and the boys’ title at the Fairhaven Trophies this season.Josh Hill, 14, (Jumeirah), was 10th in the McGregor Trophy and a strong challenger in the U18 Carris Trophy, eventually finishing 11th. He reached the last 32 in the British boys’ championship.Max Hopkins, 15, (Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire) reached the last eight in the British boys’ and was placed fourth in the Italian U16s, where he also helped England win the Nations Cup.George Leigh, 16, (Trevose) helped England win the recent U16 international against Wales and was sixth in the McGregor Trophy.Ben Pierleoni, 16, (Berkhamsted) was also in England’s winning team against Wales and was fourth in the North of England boys’ championship.Ben Schmidt, 16, (Rotherham) has won the English Boys’ County Champion of Champions and was runner-up in the Italian U16 boys’ amateur and the McGregor Trophy. He too, contribute to England’s win over Wales U16s.Caption: Conor Gough (image copyright Leaderboard Photography) 29 Sep 2018 England six selected for U16 match v Ireland