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Culture of despair

first_img Previous article€9million sports development at ULNext articleCian recovering well after UL fountain incident admin Print WhatsApp Facebook DO not despair about the economy, was the message this week from former Attorney General Peter Sutherland, at the opening of the Kemmy Business School at UL.“There are many commenting on the present crisis who have absolutely no idea what they are talking about, which is creating a culture of despair.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “People forget that there are things we do exceedingly well. “Our youth are looked upon very well internationally, which is important in the global market.“Employment is currently at 2002 levels, 80% higher than the level in 1992”.During his lecture entitled ‘Ireland’s Economic Condition,’ he stressed that the December Budget needed to be passed to resolve our immediate financial problems.“The danger is we will not deal with reform and we will just cut across the board. “We have to translate what we are doing into affective reform and manage our own affairs effectively”. The Kemmy Business School contains a stimulated Trading Floor that is globally connected through a Thomson-Reuters licence. NewsLocal NewsCulture of despairBy admin – November 11, 2010 443 center_img Email Advertisement Linkedin Twitterlast_img read more

Polish activists seek support for liberalizing abortion law

first_imgWARSAW, Poland (AP) — Polish women’s rights activists and left-wing lawmakers have presented a plan to collect signatures in support of a proposal to legalize abortion in the predominantly Catholic country. The initiative comes in reaction to the recent imposition of a near-total ban on abortion in Poland. The activists are calling for the legalization of abortion on demand through the 12th week of pregnancy, but they acknowledge they have no chance of getting such a law passed now. Meanwhile, a coalition partner in Poland’s right-wing government is proposing legislation to create more perinatal hospices. Those are centers where women carrying fetuses expected to die at birth or soon after can receive palliative and psychological care.last_img read more

FAC to Be Used on Brazil-Paraguay-Argentina Border

first_img The vessel has a cabin armored with high-performance polyethylene fiber, a more efficient protection against pistol and rifle fire than the traditional aramid fabric (better known by the brand name “Kevlar”). I agree absolutaly with this new force. There`s a huge problem in Argentina with drugs traffic as you allready know for the trial took place in U.E.with the money brought for our president campain from drugs traffic.We don´t have elements for detecting fligts from or to the border. I think that the argentine goverment has pretty much business with narcotraffic than you can imagen. I believe that the solution at the border is possible if really the three countries expand their border control to include an international police force, which can be created and is needed to end both crime and smuggling in the area. That’s my humble opinion. I am always in the area and know the problem very well. I hope someone hears me. Thank you. The propulsion system consists of a 270-hp diesel sterndrive motor, protected by aramid fabric. During sea tests, the vessel reached speeds of over 35 knots while maintaining perfect stability and maneuverability. By Dialogo January 10, 2012center_img The climate-controlled cabin will provide protection for the captain and six other passengers, who will be able to carry out dangerous missions, under threat of enemy fire, in complete safety. On January 2, a special Fast-Action Craft (FAC), designed and built by the Val-de-Cães Naval Base to operate on Itaipu Lake and the nearby rivers, which determine Brazil’s borders with Argentina and Paraguay, was delivered to the River Captaincy of the Paraná River in Brazil. last_img

Iowans urged to quiz presidential hopefuls about water quality

first_imgDES MOINES — A coalition of environmental groups is calling on presidential candidates to prioritize drinking water in their policy plans.From lead pipes in schools to nitrates in rural areas, the director of Healing Our Water-Great Lakes Coalition, says people in Iowa and nationwide are struggling to access safe and affordable drinking water.Laura Rubin says water should be top of mind for presidential hopefuls and she urges Iowans to speak out and question the candidates when they’re in town.Rubin says, “There is not a single issue in this election that is more important than the fact that in 2019, in the United States of America, there are millions of people who do not have access to clean, safe and affordable water for themselves, their families and their children.”For presidential candidates, Rubin says drinking water should come before every other issue.“While much of the presidential conversations focus on job creation and healthcare, which are vital issues, the fact is, that for the families who don’t have access to clean drinking water, all else is secondary,” Rubin says.A recent poll of early voting states by CBS News and YouGov shows healthcare and climate change are top of mind for voters. Some political scientists are skeptical that concerns over drinking water could compete with those issues.last_img read more