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Population of Mid West region increased by more than 3,000 in past year RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Linkedin Limerick on Covid watch list Previous articleCouncillors get in a flush over budgetNext articleWATCH: Munster Leave it Late to Grab Zebre Bonus Point Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Print Gardaí are investigating a fatal road traffic collision which occurred at Ballcullane, Kilmallock, Co Limerick at approximately 8pm last night, Sunday 25th November 2018.A male cyclist in his 40s was fatally injured when he was involved in a collision with a car, the injured man was taken to Limerick University Hospital where he was pronounced dead a short time later. The driver of the car was uninjured.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up This stretch of road is currently closed to facilitate an examination by Garda Forensic Collision Investigators and local diversions are in place.Gardaí wish to appeal for witnesses to contact Kilmallock Garda Station on 063-98018, The Garda Confidential Telephone Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station. Gardaí across Ireland take on viral dance challenge TAGSGardaNews NewsGardaí investigating fatal road traffic collision in Ballcullane, Kilmallock on Sunday November 25By Staff Reporter – November 26, 2018 892 Twitter Facebook Vicky calls for right to die with dignity Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow Email Advertisement Local backlash over Aer Lingus threat
Keybank’s Key4Women Forum, a seminar designed to educate and empower businesswomen, will be held today at Saint Mary’s College. Cindy Solomon, a nationally renowned speaker and the president of Solomon and Associates, will deliver the keynote address. Solomon has consulted organizations including Google, Cisco and the Ritz Carlton. “It really is a great seminar,” said Martha Smith, project director of the Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative (WEI) at Saint Mary’s. WEI partnered with Keybank to bring the seminar to campus. Smith said the program shares a lot of the same goals and values as WEI, and the partnership “seemed like a natural fit.” Key4Women, founded in 2005, lends money to qualified women entrepreneurs so they can start and maintain successful businesses. It also strives to offer advice to help businesswomen set their companies apart from the crowd. This particular forum will travel across the nation and stop in 15 different cities. Solomon’s talk, “The Customer of the Future: The Art of Creating True Customer and Employee Loyalty,” will give women suggestions on how to conduct their businesses, based on her own success as an entrepreneur. She will particularly emphasize the importance of establishing long-term relationships with both employees and customers. The event will also give local business owners a chance to meet and network with other business owners in the area. The forum costs $10 and will benefit the Kelly Cares Foundation, an organization established by Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly and his wife, Paqui, that supports several organizations, but promotes breast cancer awareness in particular. “I think it’s pretty neat what they’re doing for Kelly’s foundation,” Smith said. Although today’s forum will primarily include local entrepreneurs, Smith hopes the forum will return next year and involve Saint Mary’s students. The forum will take place at 11:30 a.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn on the Saint Mary’s campus.
Published on March 29, 2018 at 4:05 pm Contact Charlie: [email protected] | @charliedisturco Five-star 2018 recruit Darius Bazley has decommitted from Syracuse and will become the first high school player to turn professional in the NBA G League, according to Yahoo Sports.Bazley, the No. 9 recruit in ESPN’s 2018 rankings, committed to SU back in July 2017. He scored 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds in 17 minutes at the McDonald’s All-American Game Wednesday.The 6-foot-9 power forward out of Princeton (Cincinnati) High School headlined Syracuse’s 2018 recruiting class that features the likes of No. 37 recruit Jalen Carey and Buddy Boeheim, son of SU head coach Jim Boeheim.Carey said that the decommitment has come as a surprise and that he is still waiting on a response from Bazley. “It’s crazy right now,” he told The Daily Orange. Carey originally found out the news from his dad, who called him a few minutes after the news broke. Syracuse guard Elijah Hughes texted Carey confirming the news, Carey said.Syracuse Athletics declined to comment on Thursday afternoon, citing that coaches were in the process of traveling to the Final Four in San Antonio, Texas.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“He would’ve been a big piece for us, but we just got to work around that now,” Carey said. “(Syracuse) made the Sweet 16 this year without him so we just going to have to find a way to get back.”Carey also added that he is still 100-percent committed to Syracuse.Bazley’s decommitment from Syracuse comes just two days after redshirt freshman Matthew Moyer announced his decision to transfer. In that time, walk-on turned scholarship guard Braedon Bayer announced he will use his fifth year of eligibility elsewhere.With Bazley’s decommitment and Moyer’s transfer, Syracuse’s forward depth has thinned. The Orange’s current roster contains just two forwards: Oshae Brissett and Marek Dolezaj.The minimum age to join the G League is 18, which Bazley will turn on June 12. After a year, when Bazley is not signed to an NBA team, he will be eligible for the NBA Draft, which he is projected to go inside the 2019 top 10.Bazley will not make more than $26,000 in G League earnings next season, according to ESPN.Boeheim said last month that, in general, he would be a proponent of top high school players like Bazley skipping college and going straight for the pros. Boeheim said the one-and-done rule “has to go.”Established in 2006, the rule requires U.S.-based players to be one year removed from high school before being eligible for the NBA Draft. The rule was implemented because of concern over whether players were mature enough to enter the NBA. The result has been a college basketball landscape including players who have no intention to stay at school more than one season required. Ten of the first 11 picks of last year’s draft were college freshmen.“Hopefully we’ll get guys who want to be in college,” Boeheim said Feb. 24. “If they really want to go to the NBA (out of high school). Bill Gates didn’t want to go to college. I think he did alright. Golf, tennis players don’t have to go to college.”Syracuse Director of Athletics John Wildhack told The Daily Orange on Friday night, before SU’s season-ending loss in the Sweet 16, that he also would be a proponent of ridding the one-and-done model. When speaking in general terms, it is clear that both Boeheim and Wildhack would favor moves similar to that of Bazley — going directly from high school to the pros.“If somebody is good enough to turn pro out of high school,” Wildhack said, “and that’s what they want to do, whether it’s the NBA or G League or international, they should be able to do that.”— Senior staff writer Matthew Gutierrez contributed reporting to this story. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
By The Nelson Daily SportsA goal by Castlegar’s Darren Medeiros with eight minutes remaining in the game snapped a 3-3 tie to power the Kootenay Ice to a 4-3 victory over the playoff bound Valley West Hawks in B.C. Major Midget Hockey League action Saturday night in Castlegar.The Ice took three of four points against the Hawks as the teams played to a 3-3 tie Sunday.Derek Gerogopoulos of Cranbrook and Trail’s Jacob Boyczuk scored during the first period of Saturday’s game to give Kootenay a 2-0 lead.Nelson’s Dryden Hunt assists on both goals.Valley West scored three consecutive goals before Jake Lucchini of Trail tied the game in the third.Sunday, Gerogopoulos scored with less than five minutes remaining to lift Kootenay into the tie.Ben Betker of Cranbrook finished the game with two assists. Carsen Willans of Nelson and Lucchini also scored for Kootenay, which trailed 2-1 after one period.The Ice travels to the Lower Mainland Saturday for a two-game series against Greater Vancouver Canadians.The six teams — Vancouver North West Giants, Valley West Hawks, Cariboo Cougars, Greater Vancouver Canadians, South Island Thunderbirds and Vancouver North East Chiefs — have now qualified for the playoffs.Quarterfinal matchups will be determined at the conclusion of the season this [email protected]
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Tom Brady smiled away the Tuck Rule on the way to his first Super Bowl victory, flashing that dimple-chinned grin that said, “I had it all the time.”The New England Patriots’ illegal videotaping. His name popping up in baseball’s steroid investigation. Shenanigans with the NFL injury list. An out-of-wedlock child with the actress he jilted before marrying the world’s richest supermodel.Nothing stuck to Teflon Tom.But the league investigation into the deflated footballs used in this year’s AFC championship game might do what none of the other controversies and near-misses could: tarnish the legacy of Tom Brady, a four-time Super Bowl champion and the title game’s reigning MVP.“What I see is that he goes from being ‘Tom Perfect’ to ‘Tom Not-So-Perfect’ in some people’s eyes,” Marc Ganis, President of sports business consulting firm SportsCorp, said Wednesday after the release of the NFL’s report on the scandal that came to be known as Deflategate.In a 243-page report, NFL investigator Ted Wells found that Patriots employees violated the league rules covering game balls, and that Brady was “at least generally aware” of the plans to doctor the footballs to his liking.The report found some of Brady’s claims were “implausible,” adding: “It is unlikely that an equipment assistant and a locker room attendant would deflate game balls without Brady’s knowledge and approval.”The findings were forwarded to the league’s disciplinary chief for potential punishment. Brady could be fined or face a suspension that would keep him out of Week 1 — the marquee league opener at which the Super Bowl banner would traditionally be raised.The Patriots did not respond to a request for a comment from Brady or coach Bill Belichick, who was exonerated in the report. The team canceled a previously scheduled availability for May 7.Owner Bob Kraft issued a spirited statement in defense of his team and questioned Wells’ conclusions. “To say we are disappointed in its findings, which do not include any incontrovertible or hard evidence of deliberate deflation of footballs at the AFC Championship Game, would be a gross understatement,” he said.But Wells concluded there was no plausible explanation for the deflated footballs except deliberate tampering. And text messages to and about Brady led the investigator to conclude that he was aware, if not more actively involved, in the scheme.Regardless of his punishment, Brady’s legacy is now tied to the scandal. But the main effect of that, Ganis said, could be to solidify opinions that are already largely entrenched: opposing fans will continue to doubt him, and fans in New England, where he was once seen as a candidate for the U.S. Senate, will rally to his defense.“As far as his marketability goes, he is still arguably the most marketable player in the NFL,” said Ganis, who grew up a New York Jets fans and is now based in Chicago.“Tom Brady has been the face of the NFL, with Peyton Manning, for a number of years. He has been an extraordinary ambassador, with cross-over popularity,” he said. “If this is all there is, it will be something that is talked about him when he is elected to the Hall of Fame.”(JIMMY GOLEN, AP Sports Writer)TweetPinShare0 Shares
Liverpool loanee Wilson injured in Derby drawby Freddie Taylor10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool loanee Harry Wilson has suffered another injury setback.The 21-year-old scored within three minutes in Derby County’s 1-1 draw with Middlesbrough on New Year’s Day.However, his afternoon was blighted by a hip injury suffered during the second half.Despite the knock, Rams boss Frank Lampard remains hopeful that it is nothing serious.”He has got a problem with his hip, an impingement on his hip which I think is good news, I hope, because it is not a muscle,” Lampard said.”So he will be assessed over the next couple of days and we will see if he is available for the weekend.” About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say
zoom John Fredriksen-controlled tanker owner and operator Frontline has started initial discussion with crude oil tanker firm DHT Holdings for a potential business combination.Frontline proposed the acquisition of all of the company’s outstanding shares of common stock in a stock-for-stock transaction at a ratio of 0.725 Frontline shares for each DHT share. The proposal is subject to usual and customary conditions for transactions of this nature.Together with its affiliates, Frontline has also acquired 15,3 million shares of DHT, representing around 16.4% of DHT’s outstanding common stock based upon 93,366,062 common stock outstanding.“A combination of Frontline and DHT is expected to create the largest public tanker company by fleet size, market cap, and trading liquidity,” Frontline said.Assuming significant cost synergies are achieved, as well as superior access to debt and equity capital markets, Frontline believes a combined entity would generate significant free cash flow and maximize value for both companies’ shareholders.However, no specific arrangement has been reached, and there can be no assurance as to the certainty or timing of any potential business combination.
MONTREAL – Canada’s aerospace industry has appointed former Quebec premier Jean Charest to chart a new course for the sector.The Aerospace Industries Association of Canada is putting Charest in the cockpit to coax funding commitments and a long-term plan from the federal government amid fears the country’s star is fading.“The industry has come to the conclusion that we sort of need a reset in terms of what the future of the industry is in Canada,” Charest said in a phone interview from Paris.“There is a sense that we’re in a world where there’s much more competition. And it’s not that we’re doing badly, but the world is really moving fast.”Charest, a former federal minister who served as premier of Quebec from 2003 to 2012, highlighted government’s “very critical role” in funding, research and training for civil and defence aviation.“The Trump administration has decided to create a new division for space,” he noted, referring to a newly announced military branch the U.S. president has dubbed Space Force.“We can’t stand still,” Charest said.Jim Quick, president of the aerospace industry group, said Canada is “not keeping up” with the sector growth and innovation of countries such as France, Germany and the United States, which have long-term strategies in place.Britain is targeting 10 per cent of the global space market within 12 years, he pointed out. Luxembourg aims to dig into space mining such as harvesting asteroid’s for rare and precious metals.Quick said the new initiative, called Vision 2025, will push Ottawa to include a long-term space plan in its budget next year, alongside a commitment to help provide advanced robotics for the Lunar Gateway — described as a third-generation Canadarm.Charest, a partner at the McCarthy Tetrault law firm, will lead discussions with government and industry officials in several cities, including Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Halifax, culminating in a report on aerospace priorities.Aerospace leads Canada’s manufacturing sector in innovation-related investment, spending over $1.8 billion on research and development in 2017 — nearly one-quarter of total manufacturing research expenditures, according to the association.Nonetheless, Ottawa’s investments in space as a percentage of GDP have dropped to 18th globally from eighth place in 1992, according to the association. The sector’s manufacturing employment has fallen by five per cent since 2012.Canada hosts the world’s fifth-largest aerospace industry, contributing nearly $25 billion to Canada’s economy and almost 190,000 jobs in 2017, the association said.