Shannon Airport should be turned over to US Air Force

first_imgWATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Print Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleSchool bus driver who had ”inappropriate relationship” with female pupil is found not guilty of sexual assaultNext articlePREVIEW: Intermediate semi finals and SHC & IHC relegation battles Alan Jacques Twitter Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Linkedin WhatsApp TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostShannon airport center_img Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival LimerickNewsShannon Airport should be turned over to US Air ForceBy Alan Jacques – September 11, 2020 8022 Facebook THE lease for Shannon Airport should be turned over to the US Air Force.That was the view expressed by Independent County Limerick councillor Emmett O’Brien at this Tuesday’s meeting of the Adare-Rathkeale Municipal District.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up He was responding to a call from Fianna Fáil councillor Kevin Sheahan, who proposed that the Mayors of Limerick, Clare, Tipperary and Galway meet urgently to come up with a plan to save Shannon Airport before it becomes a “white elephant”.Cllr Sheahan was also quick to make light of Cllr O’Brien’s comment about the lease for Shannon Airport being turned over to the US Air Force.”That will make the headlines for sure. It’s cracked,” he said.However, Cllr O’Brien believes a “radical rethink” is now needed on the future of the airport.“As long as I’m looking across the Shannon, I’m hearing stories of Shannon Airport’s impending demise. We hear plenty of grandstanding and mindless waffle from well paid TDs talking a lot and saying nothing about how to save Shannon Airport,” the Pallaskenry native told the Limerick Post after Tuesday’s meeting.“We need a left-field approach. In this proud Republic, we have to pick up the phone to the ‘perfidious Albion’ and plead with the Royal Air Force (RAF) to protect our national air space as Russian military aircrafts deliberately encroach on our sovereign territory.“Meanwhile, American service men still pass through Shannon under great secrecy. It’s high time to admit reality, the reality that we need a radical approach. If that means leasing Shannon to the United States Air Force, than let’s, at least, have the conversation,” Cllr O’Brien said.Speaking in County Hall this Tuesday, Cllr Kevin Sheahan also called for the 40 members of Limerick City and County Council to come together and show their support for Shannon Airport in its hour of need.”While Aer Lingus abandons it and moves all its transatlantic flights across the water, we need a plan for the future of Shannon Airport before more damage is done,” Cllr Sheahan declared. Advertisement Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League openerlast_img read more

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first_img Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Michel Syrett, work-life balance consultant and consultant, told theemployers’ Law/Rowe & Maw Briefing that increasing use of e-mail and theInternet are causing employees to overwork. We asked delegates whether it was aproblem in their companies. Essia HardingHR officer, National Autistic Society “Most of our staff are care-based so they don’t have access to thenetwork but for staff who do have access I think there is a huge issue aboutthe management of e-mail. There is an expectation that if they e-mail youthey’ll get an instant reply. I think it’s an issue that needs to be managedand isn’t managed at all.” BrianSimpson Development and training manager, Manchester Metropolitan University “I think there is an issue there but it’s not something that has reallyhit us yet. We get people that e-mail one another from 20 yards along acorridor and that’s a bigger risk than it intruding on home life because itactually stops people from talking face to face.” WandaBridgeCorporate services manager, Capital Software “I think being contactable is expected so I don’t think it’s causing aproblem. I also think that it is down to the individual to manage it.” BipinPatelPersonnel officer, NACAB “I think it is an issue that there’s too much dependency on e-mail.There is a response rate. People want to immediately reply to the e-mail thatthey’ve been sent. I’m not quite sure whether asking them to switch off wouldwork because it’s something which is difficult to control.” TonyNunnChief welfare officer, Ofsted “Ofsted is making more use of new technology. There’s going to be alarge proportion of homeworkers by the end of the year so we need to make sureit’s not going to turn into a problem.” feedback from the professionOn 15 May 2001 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

Key bakers to attend opening

first_imgDan Lepard and Syd Aston will be among the key bakers gathering at the opening party of the new Town Mill Bakery Too in Lyme Regis, Dorset on 8 October.The venture is the brainchild of artisan baker Aidan Chapman, formerly of Celtic Bakers in London. He opened the Town Mill Bakery 12 months ago in an ancient flour mill in the Georgian seaside resort of Lyme Regis. The Town Mill Bakery Too – set in a nearby converted boat yard – will offer a wider range of organic loaves, pastries and cakes, freshly baked on the premises every day, along with a new collection of wheat-free produce. Baking produce, such as organic flour and fresh yeast will also be available.last_img read more

Greggs and Patisserie Valerie to open in Belfast

first_imgHigh street bakery chain Greggs is planning a third stand-alone store in Belfast, while high street patisserie and cake shop, Patisserie Valerie (PV), will make its Northern Irish debut a few doors away.Greggs has submitted a planning application for its third outlet in the city centre.The bakery is planning to open up to 50 stores across Northern Ireland, having opened its first in April of last year. Greggs has 1,670 stores located across Great Britain.PV will make its national debut on the same street, at the former Jaeger premises – it has around 90 shops across the UK and is valued at £320m. A second unit is also expected to open in Belfast before the end of 2016.last_img read more

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Jakarta sets up cemetery for additional COVID-19 graves as burial space running out

first_imgThe Jakarta administration is setting up a 2-hectare plot of land in Rorotan public cemetery in North Jakarta for COVID-19 graves as burial space for victims of the coronavirus in the capital city is running out.Jakarta Bina Marga road agency head Hari Nugroho said the administration was currently preparing the land to be used for burials and building the necessary infrastructure.”We’re preparing the land and building a road to access the cemetery. Construction progress is at 4 percent,” Hari said on Monday as quoted by The city administration provided the additional land for COVID-19 graves as coronavirus cases in Jakarta continue to rise and burial grounds designated for the victims have started to run out.Nadi, the management officer of Pondok Ranggon public cemetery in East Jakarta, said on Sept. 14 that there was only space left for another 1,100 COVID-19 burials in the cemetery’s southern area of 7,000 square meters.The capacity was likely to be critical in mid-October and it was estimated that, in October, the remaining land may only be able to accommodate 380 to 400 bodies, he added.Since the pandemic hit the country in March, 6,248 bodies have been buried with COVID-19 protocols in Jakarta.In September, the capital city recorded COVID-19 1,372 burials, the highest monthly rise yet. (nal)Topics : The agency will also level the land surface to make the burial process easier.The project started on Sep 17 and is expected to finish in December.”We expect this 2-hectare burial space to accommodate 6,000 funerals,” Hari further said.Read also: Gravediggers under strain as COVID-19 burials surge in Jakartalast_img read more

Triyards Loses USD 51 Mn Chemical Tanker Order

first_imgSingapore-listed Triyards Holdings Limited has received termination notices for design and construction deals related to two chemical tankers.The shipbuilding contracts, dated June 26, 2015 and the addendum dated May 10, 2017, had an aggregate contract value of USD 51 million.The buyer of the chemical tankers, which delivered the notices of termination to Triyards’ subsidiary, Saigon Offshore Fabrication and Engineering Limited (SOFEL), has claimed for the reimbursement of all sums paid in advance on account of the contracts, amounting to USD 10.2 million.Separately, Triyards released its financial report for the full year ended August 31, 2017. The company informed that it ended the year with a loss of USD 162.5 million, compared to a profit of USD 17.8 million reported a year earlier.The company’s revenue for the period plunged by 64 percent to USD 116.2 million from USD 324.9 million seen in the twelve months ended August 31, 2016.last_img read more

Inter Milan chief says Ýes’ to Victor Moses

first_imgInter Milan chief executive, Beppe Marotta, has confirmed his club’s interest in signing Nigeria player, Victor Moses on loan from Chelsea as they gear up in their push to regain the Serie A title. Nigeria international and Fenerbahçe ace Victor Moses Moses, who is currently on loan at Turkish side Fenerbahce, played under Inter coach Antonio Conte in our Premier League-winning squad in 2016/17 and was linked with a move to Serie A last summer. When quizzed about Inter’s interest in the Nigerian winger, Marotta was reported to have said: ‘Moses? He is definitely a candidate.’Advertisement Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio adds that Inter have ‘approval’ from Chelsea for the deal but they will need to make space for the 29-year-old in their squad before the move can be completed. ‘Regarding Victor Moses, after receiving Chelsea’s approval, Inter are now waiting to move Valentino Lazaro before re-uniting Conte with his former wing-back,’ he wrote. Read Also:Conte, Victor Moses may reunite at Inter Inter are currently second in Serie A, four points behind leaders Juventus after drawing their last two matches against Atalanta and Lecce. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… center_img Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black HolesTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeGo Stargazing & Discover The Night Sky At These Cool Locations8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?6 Natural History Museums That Have World’s Greatest Collectionslast_img read more