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Cut to home help hours will cause severe hardship in Donegal

first_imgNews Cut to home help hours will cause severe hardship in Donegal Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Google+ WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest By News Highland – September 27, 2012 WhatsApp Facebook The decision by the HSE to cut over 25,000 home help hours across Donegal between now and the end of the year is likely to cause severe hardship for many in the county.That’s according to the IMPACT Trade Union are saying that the cuts will effect the sick and the elderly most.The cuts are part of The Health Minister recent announcment that the home help service would be cut nationwide by 5.5% as part of spending cuts in the health sector.MPACTS North West Assistant General Secretary, Richy Carrothers, says these cuts will be especially noticeable over the winter:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/rich.mp3[/podcast] Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal center_img Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Twitter Previous articleDirective preventing gardai from speaking out about station closures ‘outrageous’Next articleLetterkenny protest planned for possible visit of Phil Hogan News Highland Google+ 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Pinterestlast_img read more

Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe Announces Special Jazz Fest After Hours Performance

first_imgKarl Denson is a modern funk icon. Each and every year, the saxophone legend descends on Jazz Fest with a few different projects, and he constantly delivers the tight power-funk that he has built his reputation on. His late night performances with the Greyboy All-Stars and his Tiny Universe are infamous, and very few players have shown the stamina and the passion that Denson has shown over the years. He is a true Jazz Fest legend.This year, with Jazz Fest weekend one in full swing, Karl Denson will bring his Tiny Universe to One Eyed Jacks on Saturday, April 29th for a special performance. This is sure to be a wild night filled with funky improvisation and true Jazz Fest excitement. With so many artists in New Orleans for the week, there’s no telling who might show up to join in on the funk. See below for full details for this sure-to-be-awesome post-Jazz Fest show with Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe at One Eyed Jacks!– SHOW INFO –Artist: Karl Denson’s Tiny UniverseVenue: One Eyed Jacks – 615 Toulouse Street New Orleans, LA 70130Price: $36adv / $40dos (purchase tickets here)Time: Doors 9pm / Show 10pm If you’ll be down in New Orleans for Jazz Fest this year, don’t miss out on all of the awesome late night music options taking place across the city. Learn more about all of the amazing music you can catch at this link.last_img read more

WLAX : Early success on free position goals leads to Orange comeback

first_img Published on April 20, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Rachel: [email protected] Not even four minutes had passed and a yellow card had already appeared. Just like that, Syracuse had an opportunity to take advantage of a Louisville team down one player. And it did.Freshman Alyssa Murray buried a strike into the net for a free-position goal to give Syracuse a 1-0 lead. With that goal, Murray foreshadowed what would be the Orange’s main offensive constant in the game: free-position shots.‘I think the team just really capitalized on all their free possessions that we had today,’ said midfielder Sarah Holden, who scored six points in SU’s 11-10 win Thursday over the Cardinals.Although the story of Syracuse’s game was about the final rally the Orange made to win the game, those four straight goals at the end were made possible by the Orange’s success with free-position shots earlier. SU was perfect on the night, going 3-for-3 in that area and taking advantage of Louisville’s three yellow cards.The game was a physical one, and as the Orange offense struggled to formulate goals in the early going, it relied on shots like Murray’s laser into the net to provide the scoring. Lindsey Connell and Kirkland Locey had the other two free-position goals for the Orange.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘Certainly it wasn’t our best effort over 60 minutes,’ SU head coach Gary Gait said. ‘It’s a matter of taking advantage of the opportunities they got.’And the Orange had to take advantage of those shots when defenders weren’t flying in its face. Each team had 25 fouls, and the intensity of the game made shots hard to come by.SU attack Michelle Tumolo had predicted the physicality before the game even began.‘We’re both fighting for a spot, so there’s going to be blood,’ Tumolo said. ‘It’s going to be like war.’Every time a Louisville player received a yellow card, a Syracuse player followed with one if its own. The difference was that unlike the Orange, Louisville only capitalized on half of its free-position shots.And for the Orange, its free-position goals game at crucial moments. Early on, the Cardinals grabbed a 3-1 lead, causing SU to call time with 16:32 left in the first half. Locey followed the timeout with just her second goal of the year on a free-position goal that kept Syracuse in the game.Holden, who tied for a game-high in points, also said that on most of her free possessions she was able to pass down low to a wide-open Tee Ladouceur, who had three goals on the day.‘I feel good,’ said Ladouceur, who has battled knee issues all season. ‘As a senior I only have a limited time left, and I want to make the most of it.’The attack did just that, tallying two of her three goals in the Orange’s furious final comeback. But taking advantage of free-position opportunities are what ultimately put SU in a position to make that final push.On a day when the offense wasn’t at its best, going 3-of-3 in free-position goal opportunities was a necessary aspect of the win. And those goals that lead to wins like Thursday’s are what will put the Orange in a position to make the Big East tournament, with a better chance to make the NCAA tournament.‘I want to make the Big East,’ Ladouceur said. ‘I want to go past the Big East. I want to go all the way. The harder I work the harder the team is going to work and the better we’re going to be as a team.’[email protected] Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

AFCON: It is the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon

first_img#CAN2017 #Final ?? v ?? #CamerúnCampeón Así festejaron los jugadores al término del partido pic.twitter.com/koAdZ4yzr4— Camino a Rusia (@caminoarusia) February 5, 2017Tweets about #AFCON2017 60′ GOOOOOOOAL!!!!!!! Substitute Nkoulou heads in the equaliser!!! @FecafootOfficie ??Egypt 1-1 Cameroon #AFCONFINAL pic.twitter.com/YIthTJLnzs— DiskiStyle (@DiskiStyle) February 5, 2017 List of Africa Cup of Nations champions after Cameroon won the 2017 final in Gabon Sunday:1957: Egypt1959: Egypt1962: Ethiopia1963: Ghana1965: Ghana1968: Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of Congo)1970: Sudan1972: Congo Brazzaville1974: Zaire1976: Morocco1978: Ghana1980: Nigeria1982: Ghana1984: Cameroon Share on: WhatsApp 1986: Egypt1988: Cameroon1990: Algeria1992: Ivory Coast1994: Nigeria1996: South Africa1998: Egypt2000: Cameroon2002: Cameroon2004: Tunisia2006: Egypt2008: Egypt2010: Egypt2012: Zambia2013: Nigeria2015: Ivory Coast2017: CameroonTitles7: Egypt5: Cameroon4: Ghana3: Nigeria2: Ivory Coast, Zaire1: Algeria, Congo Brazzaville, Ethiopia, Morocco, South Africa, Sudan, Tunisia, ZambiaMATCH PREVIEWLibreville, Gabon | AFP | Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny returns after injury to start for Egypt in Sunday’s Africa Cup of Nations final against Cameroon in Libreville, Gabon.Elneny missed the Pharaohs’ quarter-final win against Morocco with a calf problem that also kept him out of their penalty shoot-out win against Burkina Faso in the semi-finals.Meanwhile, the Greek-based midfielder Amr Warda starts for the first time at the tournament, while centre-back Ahmed Hegazy has shaken off an injury in time to line up in defence.Cameroon coach Hugo Broos sticks with the same starting line-up as in Thursday’s 2-0 semi-final win against Ghana.Starting line-ups for the Africa Cup of Nations final between Egypt and Cameroon at the Stade de l’Amitie in Libreville, Gabon, on Sunday (kick-off 1900 GMT):Egypt (4-2-3-1): Essam El Hadary (capt); Ahmed Elmohamady, Ahmed Hegazy, Ali Gabr, Ahmed Fathy; Tarek Hamed, Mohamed Elneny; Mohamed Salah, Abdallah El Said, Trezeguet; Amr WardaCoach: Hector Cuper (ARG)Cameroon (4-2-3-1): Fabrice Ondoa; Fai Collins, Michael Ngadeu, Adolphe Teikeu, Ambroise Oyongo; Arnaud Djoum, Sebastien Siani; Christian Bassogog, Jacques Zoua, Benjamin Moukandjo (capt); Robert Ndip TambeCoach: Hugo Broos (BEL)Referee: Janny Sikazwe (ZAM) #CamerúnCampeónCAN2017 ¡La imagen del día! N’Koulou y Moukandjo levantan el trofeo pic.twitter.com/9GF8Gge0il— Camino a Rusia (@caminoarusia) February 5, 2017Libreville, Gabon | AFP | Vincent Aboubakar scored the winner as Cameroon came from behind to beat Egypt 2-1 in the Africa Cup of Nations final on Sunday.Aboubakar’s brilliant finish with two minutes left came just as extra time seemed a certainty at the Stade de l’Amitie in Libreville, Gabon.Mohamed Elneny had given Egypt the lead midway through the first half but Nicolas Nkoulou equalised just before the hour mark prior to Aboubakar’s winner.It is the fifth time Cameroon have won the Cup of Nations and first since 2002. FULL TIME: Egypt 1 Cameroon 2last_img read more

United Way Of Thurston County Partnering With RSVP To Find Reading…

first_imgFacebook12Tweet0Pin0 Most people agree that a quality education is a building block for a good quality of life.  When children enter kindergarten without fundamental reading skills they begin school already behind.  Studies show that if a child is not reading at their grade level in 3rd grade, they continue to struggle and it greatly impacts their ability to graduate on time. When kids don’t graduate, most will lack the skills to succeed as self-supporting adults. Nationwide, United Way has launched a three-year commitment to recruit 1,000,000 volunteers to provide early academic support to school kids in need.  Ambitious?  You bet.  But United Way believes it can be done.  In our community the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) has developed a model to help our schools and young readers who may be struggling. Being a reading buddy is a minimum commitment of 30 minutes per week and requires no formal training.  Volunteers provide an essential role in a child’s academic development, by practicing literacy and comprehension, while encouraging an appreciation of reading for a child who may be feeling discouraged.center_img In the past few years, our public schools have faced immense budget cuts.  A reduction in staff assistants and increased classroom sizes challenge our teachers.  But clearly, schools cannot manage the needs alone.  Communities must now become involved even more to ensure that each child gains the important tools needed to become productive adults. United Way and RSVP hope to instill the value of reading in the earliest grades, which will carry them through high school graduation and beyond.  Common good for our youth is common good for all.  If you want to help our schools and be a reading buddy, contact Jennifer Thompson, RSVP Volunteer Coordinator at 360-943-2773 x 21 or [email protected]last_img read more