Further charge over murder of Limerick boxer

first_imgRELATED 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 Advertisementcenter_img 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 reportlast_img read more

Duke Energy says new projects will push company’s solar capacity in Florida above 700MW

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享ReNews.biz:Duke Energy has filed locations of three new solar power plants it is developing in Florida, totaling 232MW. All three plants are expected to be finished in late 2021.The Duette solar power plant will be built in Manatee County. Once operational, the 74.5MW facility will consist of approximately 227,000 single-axis tracking solar panels, producing electricity at an estimated cost of $0.42 (€0.38) per 1000 kilowatt-hours (kWh).The Charlie Creek solar power plant will be built in Hardee County. The 74.9MW facility will consist of approximately 235,000 single-axis tracking solar panels, producing electricity at an estimated cost of $0.39 per 1000kWh.The 79.9MW Archer solar power plant will consist of approximately 220,000 single-axis tracking solar panels and will produce electricity at an estimated cost of $0.32 per 1000kWh.Duke Energy Florida currently has more than 500MW of solar generation under construction or in operation, excluding Duette, Charlie Creek and Archer.The company is investing an estimated $1bn to construct or acquire a total of 700MW of solar power facilities from 2018 through 2022 in Florida and is planning to reach a total of almost 1700 MW of solar generation over the next 10 years.More: Duke Energy commits to 232MW Florida solar Duke Energy says new projects will push company’s solar capacity in Florida above 700MWlast_img read more

Hostel 4 You bought Zadar Hotel Iž

first_imgThe value of the property is HRK 11,5 million, and regardless of the previous experience of the owner in the hostel business, Hotel Iž will retain its primary hotel function. The Minister of State Property Goran Marić and the Director of the company Hostel 4 You Anthony Ninčević signed on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 in the Ministry of State Property a Contract on the sale of the former military single Hotel Iž. Hostel4You in Zadar “I am pleased that today we signed a contract for Hotel Iž, which, I am sure, will complement the economic vision and tourism development of Zadar. This investment will mean a new impetus for Zadar County, new jobs. And nothing can replace the fact of bringing back to life something that was set apart from life”, Said Minister Marić during the signing of the contract. The director of Hostel 4 You, Anthony Nincevic, pointed out that the former hotel will remain a hotel, but will be decorated and equipped in the four-star category. “We want to renovate the hotel and put it into operation as soon as possible. “, Ninčević emphasized and added that the total investment of Hotel Iž (purchase / renovation) will be around 35 to 40 million kuna.center_img Hotel Iž is spread over 6 floors and consists of 97 single rooms, 6 rooms for maids, 2 suites, 16 double rooms, hall and reception, bar and space for leisure and recreation, restaurants with kitchen and utility rooms for preparation and storage of groceries and laundry, utility space with storage and heating station, total floor area of ​​4399,53 m2 and the total useful value of 4525,96 m2. Hostel 4 You je moderni hostel, otvoren 2016. godine u Zadru, uz hostelski smještaj nudi i privatne hotelske sobe tj. ukupno 99 kreveta u kategoriji četiri zvjezdice hostela.last_img read more

Keane backs star man to bounce back

first_img Asked about that statement, Roy Keane, who also played alongside Quinn and later accepted his offer of employment as Sunderland manager, said simply: “He’s a lot better than Niall Quinn.” As the younger man headed back across the Atlantic, the rest of the squad – barring midfielder Darron Gibson, who has returned to club Everton for treatment on a minor knee injury – were licking their wounds and starting to turn their attention to Tuesday night’s friendly against the United States in Dublin. Ireland were ultimately undone by a fine Shaun Maloney finish in Glasgow, which condemned them to their first Group D defeat and left them locked in a three-way battle with the Scots and world champions Germany for second place behind leaders Poland. They have been criticised for their direct approach against Gordon Strachan’s men, which failed to yield the number of opportunities for which they might have hoped in front of goal. But while there was disappointment within the camp, O’Neill’s number two was adopting a bullish approach to the recovery process. Roy Keane said: “I didn’t expect us to go through the whole campaign unbeaten, there were always going to be some points dropped. But we have to take our medicine, we have to take the criticism that’s coming our way and bounce back. “It’s very, very tight, absolutely. There’s not much between a lot of the teams. On paper Germany, you would still think, would be the favourites, but between Poland, ourselves and Scotland, I think it’s going to be very, very tight.” Four of the Republic’s next five qualifiers will take place at the Aviva Stadium and their form there is likely to go a long way towards deciding where they finish in the group. But as he and O’Neill prepared to bring an end to their 2014 fixtures less than a fortnight after celebrating a year in post, the assistant boss was happy enough with his lot. He said: “There have been no real surprises. You are always learning about the group, even the other night, lots round about the group. But no real shocks or surprises. “We have good teams coming to the Aviva, but with the home support and the lads will be licking their wounds for the next month or two, we will look to bounce back. That is what sport is all about, bouncing back, and we have got some good lads. “They were hurting pretty badly the other night, we know they were. If you think for one minute they are not hurt by the other night, then you don’t know the group.” Press Association Roy Keane has insisted Robbie Keane still has a significant role to play for the Republic of Ireland despite being dropped for the first time in 13 years. However, assistant manager Keane, a former Ireland team-mate, was adamant that the nation’s record cap-holder and goalscorer remains a key member of Martin O’Neill’s squad. He said: “Robbie Keane is massive for this team, absolutely massive. “Everyone keeps saying he was disappointed – of course he was. Tell me any player who is going to be left out of a big game who is not going to be disappointed. That’s what you expect from Robbie. “But Robbie is brilliant for the group and brilliant for the team. He’s a top, top player, he’s been doing it for years and hopefully he will score goals for the next number of years. “But you just pick a team for a certain game, and the way Robbie reacted to the disappointment to our training session yesterday was fantastic, absolutely different class. “Robbie Keane is as good a professional as I have come across and he will be disappointed, of course. But there are other players who were left out.” The frontman, who took his tally for his country to 65 goals with a hat-trick against Gibraltar last month, had only 12 minutes in which to try to make an impression as he won his 138th cap at Celtic Park, and his frustration was clear afterwards. He told reporters he needed to play as part of an attacking partnership and that he was not suited to a lone striking role, admitting he was “no Niall Quinn”, the towering striker whose previous Irish record of 21 goals he passed a decade ago. The 34-year-old LA Galaxy striker headed back to the United States on Saturday after being released from the squad a day after being used only as a substitute in Ireland’s 1-0 Euro 2016 qualifier defeat in Scotland. It was the first time the Dubliner, who will begin preparations for next Sunday’s MLS play-offs showdown with Seattle Sounders on his return, has been left out of the team for a competitive match when fit since a clash with Estonia in 2001. last_img read more

Dwyane Wade to MSD Grads: You Are Strong

first_imgDwyane Wade, recently retired from the Miami Heat, made a surprise appearance at Sunday’s graduation ceremony at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.Wade, who stepped away from basketball two months ago, has previously shown support to the school in the aftermath of last year’s shooting there.He made another surprise visit to the campus shortly after the massacre, using that occasion to recognize one of the victims, 17-year-old Joaquin “Guac” Oliver, whose favorite basketball player was Wade. Oliver was buried in a Dwyane Wade Heat jersey.The basketball legend explained to the graduates and audience that despite growing up in a rough neighborhood and experiencing professional success, he felt unqualified to help in the days following the massacre because he had not been through such an event.He told the Class of 2019 that in contrast to that, they are a strong group, having pushed through the situation to arrive at this point.last_img read more