Alchemist Earth Food tasting session this Saturday

first_imgLinkedin Previous articleThe Expert Comment – Joe DelaneyNext articleSlow Food Ireland members can avail of discounts admin Advertisement Print Facebook NewsAlchemist Earth Food tasting session this SaturdayBy admin – March 26, 2009 512 center_img Twitter WhatsApp Alchemist Earth is holding a free food tasting at their store on 10 Sarsfield St in Limerick. The tasting will be held from noon to  4pm on this Saturday, March 28thRegular Bedford Row Market stall holder and local artisan food producer, Gingergirl, will be in-store to offer tastings of her brown bread, foccacia bread, chutneys, jams and marmalades.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up There will also be samples to taste from Alchemist Earth’s other gourmet ranges of organic cheese, crackers, tapanades, juices etc. Food lovers of all kinds are invited to drop in if you are in town. Emaillast_img read more

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 tempo.co. 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

Tourism ministry challenged to develop water sports

first_img Sharing is caring! 87 Views   no discussions Tweet Share Parliamentary Representative for the St. Joseph Constituency, Hon. Kelver DarrouxParliamentary representative of the St. Joseph constituency Kelvar Darroux has issued a challenge to the ministry of tourism to make a greater effort at developing water sports on the island, particularly in his constituency.Mr. Darroux, who addressed a mini trade show which was organized by the Dominica Community Tourism Association in Mero at the weekend, noted that the development of water sports will help in providing fun activities and opportunities for the tourist.According to him, this is one “new initiative” which can be developed with a view to enticing more visitors to Dominica.“One of the initiatives that I am proposing to you is that of water sport and I believe here on the beach in Mero. We can look at putting a program in place that can encourage tourist to take part in water sports, whatever it may be; it may be waterskiing, it may be kayaking”. View of Mero Beach. Photo credit: travelblog.orgDarroux said this is just one of the many areas which could assist in providing more activities for the visitors.“This is one of the things that I believe that we have to build upon to ensure that we have greater numbers of tourist coming to our shores, because we have to provide the opportunities, we have to provide the tourist with the services that they require so that when they come to our shores they can enjoy themselves”.He also proposed that a “Fish Night” on the Mero Beach could be another way of attracting more locals and at the same time generate revenue for the community.“I believe Mero would be the perfect location for that [fish night] and this is something that I would support to ensure that we have a greater number of locals coming to the beach on a weekend. We can have a fish night here in Mero and have some nice music, invite a reggae band and we will have persons coming to parade the beach and spending money and bringing greater economic benefits here in the community of Mero”.He also explained that the “Fish Night” could take the form of a similar event which is held in St. Lucia every Friday night, highlighting that there needs to be “greater use of the beach”.Dominica Vibes Newscenter_img Share Share LocalNews Tourism ministry challenged to develop water sports by: – May 29, 2012last_img read more