Rugby World Cup results

first_imgAll of the Rugby World Cup results in one location, with match reports and analysis from each game 25/09/2015 – Argentina 54-9 GeorgiaMatch report | Beware Argentina29/09/2015 – Tonga 35-21 NamibiaMatch report |02/10/2015 – New Zealand 43-10 GeorgiaMatch report | Georgia need more games04/10/2015 – Argentina 45-16 TongaMatch report |07/10/2015 – Namibia 16-17 GeorgiaMatch report |09/10/2015 – New Zealand 47-9 TongaMatch report |11/10/2015 – Argentina 64-19 NamibiaMatch report |Pool D – Ireland, France, Italy, Canada & Romania19/09/2015 – Ireland 50-7 CanadaMatch report | Highlights | Analysis19/09/2015 – France 32-10 ItalyMatch report | Grosso replaces injured Huget23/09/2015 – France 38-11 RomaniaMatch report | Who has the strongest scrum?26/09/2015 – Italy 23-18 CanadaMatch report |27/09/2015 – Ireland 44-10 RomaniaMatch report | Analysis01/10/2015 – France 41-18 CanadaMatch report |04/10/2015 – Ireland 16-9 ItalyMatch report | Analysis06/10/2015 – Canada 15-17 RomaniaMatch report |11/10/2015 – Italy 32-22 RomaniaMatch report |11/10/2015 – France 9-24 IrelandMatch report | Analysis |Quarter-finals17/10/2015 – South Africa 23-19 WalesMatch report | Highlights | Analysis17/10/2015 – New Zealand 62-13 France Match report | Highlights |18/10/2015 – Ireland 20-43 ArgentinaMatch report | Highlights | Pool A – England, Australia, Wales, Fiji & Uruguay18/09/2015 – England 35-11 FijiMatch report | Highlights | Analysis20/09/2015 – Wales 54-9 UruguayMatch report | Highlights | Analysis23/09/2015 – Australia 28-13 FijiMatch report | Highlights | Where Australia can improve26/09/2015 – England 25-28 WalesMatch report | Highlights | England analysis | Wales analysis27/09/2015 – Australia 65-3 UruguayMatch report | Highlights | Australia are underdogs01/10/2015 – Wales 23-13 FijiMatch report | Analysis03/10/2015 – England 13-33 AustraliaMatch report | Analysis06/10/2015 – Fiji 47-15 UruguayMatch report |10/10/2015 – Australia 15-6 WalesMatch report | Analysis |10/10/2015 – England 60-3 UruguayMatch report | Analysis |Pool B – Scotland, South Africa, Japan, Samoa & USA19/09/2015 – South Africa 32-34 JapanMatch report | Highlights | Analysis | Borthwick hails Japan win20/09/2015 – Samoa 25-16 USAMatch report | Highlights | USA Eagles lack discipline23/09/2015 – Scotland 45-10 JapanMatch report | Highlights |26/09/2015 – South Africa 46-6 SamoaMatch report | Highlights |27/09/2015 – Scotland 39-16 USAMatch report | Highlights | Analysis03/10/2015 – Samoa 5-26 JapanMatch report |03/10/2015 – South Africa 34-16 ScotlandMatch report |07/10/2015 – South Africa 64-0 USAMatch report |10/10/2015 – Samoa 33-36 ScotlandMatch report |11/10/2015 – Japan 28-18 USAMatch report |Pool C – New Zealand, Argentina, Tonga, Georgia & Namibia19/09/2015 – Tonga 10-17 GeorgiaMatch report | Mamuka Gorgodze | Nigel Owens lays down the law | Highlights |20/09/2015 – New Zealand 26-16 ArgentinaMatch report | Wayne Barnes gives TMO masterclass24/09/2015 – New Zealand 58-14 NamibiaMatch report | LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALScenter_img The Webb Ellis Cup 18/10/2015 – Australia 35-34 ScotlandMatch report | Highlights |last_img read more

Google’s Christmas gift to Lasa

first_img Advertisement Howard Lake | 23 December 2010 | News  60 total views,  2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Google has chosen technology and advice charity Lasa as one of 10 nonprofit organisations to receive a share of $20 million this Christmas.The award is designed to recognise the charity’s work in promoting better practice in the third sector. Over the last 26 years, Lasa has supported thousands of third sector organisations and community groups with advice, training and resources. Its Rightsnet (www.rightsnet.org.uk) site provides valuable behind-the-scenes support to frontline welfare organisations, and its ICT Knowledgebase provides a range of free technology resources.Terry Stokes, Chief Executive of Lasa said: “This acknowledges the work we do in helping the sector make good decisions about technology and is an amazing Christmas present both for Lasa and the charities we support. Google’s generous donation means Lasa can continue to provide much-needed technology and social welfare law support for charities in the UK, despite the challenges the economy has presented to all of us”.Google’s founders set a target of giving approximately 1% of Google’s equity and profits “to make the world a better place”. In Spreading holiday cheer with charitable donations, the company said that “We will exceed our 2010 target this year with charitable giving, with more than $145 million going to non-profits and academic institutions, and more than $184 million in total giving when including Google Grants, Google.org technology projects and product support for non-profits”.Other beneficiaries of a share of the $20 million include UNICEF, Ashoka, NTEN, and APC.www.lasa.org.uk AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis  59 total views,  1 views today About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Google’s Christmas gift to Lasa Tagged with: christmas corporate Funding Googlelast_img read more

What can be done about rising sea levels

first_imgIt has been more than a third of a century since climate scientists in both the United States and Britain began to publish papers showing that accumulating greenhouse gases in the atmosphere were raising temperatures around the world. (“Climate Impact of Increasing Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide,” James E. Hansen et al., Science, 1981; “Variations of Surface Air Temperatures. Part I: Northern Hemisphere, 1881-1980,” P.D. Jones et al., Monthly Weather Review, 1982)Today, this view is universally accepted in the scientific community. The disastrous impact of global warming has been documented and made evident in more destructive storms, the melting of the polar icecaps and glaciers, heat waves and desertification. Many attempts have been made to reach binding agreements to slow down and ultimately reverse this warming trend. The first was the Kyoto Protocol of 1997, which was signed by the Clinton administration in 1998 but never submitted to Congress. Former President George W. Bush in March 2001 rejected the protocol, leaving the accord dead in the water.Last year came the Paris Accords, which President Barack Obama has endorsed but has also not submitted to Congress, which would likely shoot them down.Now comes a projection by a group of climate scientists, led by Hansen, saying that the continued rise in temperatures will lead to a collapse in polar ice sheets and a subsequent rise in global sea levels that would put major coastal cities of the world under water by the end of this century. (“Ice Melt, Sea Level Rise and Superstorms,” Hansen et al., Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, March 22)At this moment the U.S. is fighting several wars in West Asia and parts of Africa where oil — a major source of greenhouse gas — is the ultimate prize. Its closest allies in the area, in addition to other imperialist NATO countries and Israel, are Saudi Arabia, Egypt and U.S.-imposed regimes in Iraq and Afghanistan. These costly wars for oil have taken a terrible toll on the peoples of the region — and also on the environment.U.S. governments — both Democratic and Republican — claim to be part of the worldwide push to cut CO2 emissions and save the planet, yet have done very little. The current election campaign carries this forward. The Republican candidates, of course, have nothing useful to say about the looming dangers, if they even address the question. The Clinton camp wants to sound pro-environmental but has no concrete proposals. The Sanders campaign says the most about environmental issues. To be implemented, its solutions would require a massive, revolutionary restructuring of the U.S. economy. The “political revolution” Bernie Sanders talks about would require a social revolution — meaning the workers and oppressed taking over the means of production — to accomplish this.China planning for greener worldDoes that mean there’s no hope? No, climate change CAN be reversed. It is possible. Take, for example, this report by NBC News on March 31 entitled “China Unveils Proposal for $50 Trillion Global Electricity Network”: “China has unveiled a proposal for a $50 trillion global electricity network that would help fight pollution and the effects of climate change.“The plan envisions linking existing and future solar farms, wind turbines and electricity plants in Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas, according to the head of State Grid Corporation of China. The proposal is in its initial stages and would require huge investment from around the world. If it goes ahead, it would be the world’s largest infrastructure project. It could be operational by 2050, according to backers. …“The State Grid Corporation of China envisions a future ‘global village’ of efficient transmission lines to tap and distribute electricity from giant solar farms around the equator and wind stations in the Arctic, according to its website. [State Grid President] Liu [Zhenya] estimated that the global network could mean clean energy comprising 80 percent of global consumption, displacing fossil fuels as Earth’s principal energy source.“China’s government invests more than any other country in wind and solar energy. Energy transmission technology ‘has matured and clean energy is becoming more economical, so the conditions for building global power interconnection already exist,’ Liu said in a statement on the company’s website.”Sanders’ energy program calls for making clean energy 80 percent of all energy consumed by 2050 in the U.S. If Sanders is serious about tackling global warming, then his camp should welcome this proposal by the government-owned State Grid Corporation of China, which has a plan to make that happen on a global scale. But Sanders’ program regarding China is extremely negative, blaming China, not U.S. capitalist billionaires, for job losses in the U.S., while criticizing China’s “military buildup” and “human rights” record. (See Sanders’ website on China; tinyurl.com/jpnnrsc)It is possible to turn back global warming. China has come up with a concrete plan; it has the resources and the will to spearhead such an effort. But other countries need to unite with China for that to happen. Can anything less than a real revolution make the United States join the rest of the world in saving the planet?Part 1: Global warming, nuclear power and ChinaPart 2: China moves decisively on global warmingPart 3: Coal miners in crisisPart 4: What can be done about rising sea levelsFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

Hoosier Corn Crop to get Nice Boost from Warmer Temperatures

first_img Previous articleMiss Pulaski County wins Indiana State Fair Queen PageantNext articleWhite Paper Encourages Use of USDA Programs for Energy Efficiency Projects Andy Eubank Audio Playerhttps://www.hoosieragtoday.com//wp-content/uploads//2013/08/Terry-Semmel-crop-update.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Very cool nights and some cool days during July and August have made for a comfortable summer. But how is that cool stretch affecting Indiana corn and soybeans? Dr. Terry Semmel is a Distinguished Field Scientist for Monsanto based at their Lafayette, IN research farm at the Purdue agronomy farm. He tells HAT those crops that look so good across the state really might produce well come harvest.“It is a positive trend. Every time we have plants that are looking good then generally we have the assumption that the underlying basics are favorable for plant growth, and that’s good for soybean production as well as corn production. In corn, I think in general the crop is a little bit taller, a little bit bigger and a little bit greener than it has been the last couple years, certainly more than 2012. If we have enough heat to get to a good drying position at our first fall harvest it could compete with one of our top yielding years on record.”So what is the impact of this cool period right now?“From a growing degree unit perspective we are capturing fewer per day,” he told HAT. “That’s probably good for dry weight accumulation. It’s probably not real favorable for maturing the crop on time, so we’re carrying a little more risk as the days go by of having wetter corn on the day of harvest. However it’s favorable for grain yields, a little bit dis-favorable for grain moisture at harvest.”And Semmel says the cool nights, some below 50 degrees, haven’t generally been real detrimental yet to either corn or soybeans.“It’s probably a little more detrimental to soybeans than it is corn. Corn being a C4 plant will rebound and photosynthetic active radiation will increase photosynthesis output quicker in a C4 plant than C3, so we will be able to probably compensate for that in corn. I think that daily highs in the next 30 days is going to tell the story in corn, and if we get down into the mid 40’s in soy at night, then we’re going to start impeding photosynthetic output. So I’m a little bit concerned about the cold temperatures at night in soy and I’m worried about getting enough heat during the day in corn.”He adds the expected warm-up to the mid 80’s to low 90’s this week will go a long way toward helping the corn crop get back on track for an on-time finish this year. By Andy Eubank – Aug 18, 2013 Facebook Twitter SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Hoosier Corn Crop to get Nice Boost from Warmer Temperatures Facebook Twitter Hoosier Corn Crop to get Nice Boost from Warmer Temperatures SHARElast_img read more

Ethanol Industry Still Fighting for Lost Volumes Due to Waivers

first_img SHARE SHARE By Eric Pfeiffer – Jul 15, 2018 Facebook Twitter Corn Growers and the ethanol industry aren’t giving up yet on getting EPA to offset demand lost to oil refiner RFS waivers, even after the agency dropped a plan to do just that. National Corn Growers’ Kathy Bergren predicts farmers will weigh in heavily on the pending 2019 RFS rule.“I think farmers well insist to EPA that EPA needs to use this volumes rule for the RFS to fix the damage that EPA has done through the small refinery exemptions.”Boxing ethanol in, Bergren complains, at 10-percent, killing incentive to use more or produce higher blends in gasoline and adding to existing demand losses.“Scott Irwin at the University of Illinois released some additional calculations on these numbers. He estimates that that means for the 2007 that that reduced the 15 billion gallon RVO for ethanol by 1.1 billion gallons.”At the Renewable Fuels Association, Geoff Cooper says EPA now admits it can make up volume lost to waivers if it wants to, an admission that could complicate its defense against biofuels industry lawsuits.“Now we know, through these documents, that EPA does have the authority and they acknowledge that they have that authority. So, we think that’s going to make it really difficult for them to stand in front of a judge and say, ‘Oh no. We can’t do this. We can’t reallocate these volumes.”EPA is expected to finalize the ’19 RFS in November, leaving open the question of timing and whether the EPA will make a final decision ahead of the midterm elections.Source: NAFB News Service Home Indiana Agriculture News Ethanol Industry Still Fighting for Lost Volumes Due to Waivers Ethanol Industry Still Fighting for Lost Volumes Due to Waivers Facebook Twitter Previous articleChinese Trade Surplus with U.S. Hits High Amid Tariff ConcernsNext articleDespite Consolidation and Change, One Indiana Seed Dealer is Optimistic About the Future Eric Pfeifferlast_img read more

Sudanese authorities urged to end systematic censorship

first_img Coronavirus infects press freedom in Africa Sudan : Press freedom still in transition a year after Omar al-Bashir’s removal News News Covid-19 in Africa: RSF joins a coalition of civil society organizations to demand the release of imprisoned journalists on the continent May 19, 2016 Sudanese authorities urged to end systematic censorship April 6, 2020 Find out more SudanAfrica Condemning abuses Economic pressurePredators Follow the news on Sudan Help by sharing this information After members of the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) seized Al Jareeda’s issues on 9, 10, 12 and 13 May, the newspaper stopped publishing for two days in protest. When it resumed on 16 May, that day’s issue was also immediately confiscated in what some observers regarded as a punishment for the protest.The seizures are estimated to have cost Al Jareeda 90,000 Sudanese pounds (6,600 US dollars) in lost income.The NISS has not felt the need to provide any explanation for the repeated seizures. Al Jareeda had published articles about a recent wave of student demonstrations in connection with which intelligence officers beat two students to death.In the previous two months, the NISS had already carried out 12 unjustified seizures while 15 journalists were fired at the behest of the authorities. The NISS targets newspapers that criticize the government, mention President Omar al-Bashir’s indictment by the International Criminal Court, or cover the wave of protests.In late April, the NISS banned all newspaper coverage of events linked to the demonstrations, the opposition and human rights.“The increase in repressive measures against the press is a reaction to the growing unrest in Sudan,” RSF said. “We urge the authorities to end the arbitrary confiscation of newspapers and to stop harassing journalists, who have an essential role to play in informing the public.”It is against this backdrop of growing censorship that the justice ministry formed the committee, which includes the NISS, to discuss the proposed press law. The authorities have yet to share the text of the proposed law with those most affected – Sudan’s journalists.Sudan is ranked 174th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2016 World Press Freedom Index. April 10, 2020 Find out morecenter_img to go further News News RSF_en Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the seizure of five issues of the daily newspaper Al Jareeda in the space of a week. This latest escalation in censorship comes as a committee formed by the justice ministry prepares to discuss a new press law. Organisation SudanAfrica Condemning abuses Economic pressurePredators Demonstration of journalists in Khartoum March 2016 ASHRAF SHAZLYAF/AFP Receive email alerts March 29, 2020 Find out morelast_img read more

RSF and 6 organizations find “obvious government interference” at Croatian public broadcaster

first_img CroatiaEurope – Central Asia Activities in the fieldReports and statisticsMedia independence RSF_en RSF and 60 other organisations call for an EU anti-SLAPP directive The group made the call as it released a report highlighting government interference at HRT as a key challenge to media freedom and media independence in Croatia, pointing to mass staff restructuring and paradigmatic programming change as evidence of “an attempt by the outgoing government to assert control over HRT for its own means”.Croatia’s Parliament, then led by a barely one-month-old coalition between the right-leaning HDZ and the centrist Most party, fired HRT’s director-general in March 2016 and appointed an acting director who proceeded to demote or reassign approximately 70 journalists and editors as part of what critics have called an ideologically driven “purge”. In July, the HDZ-Most government amended the law to allow the acting director to remain in office through the September election, a move today’s report said was “suspicious” and lent support to charges of deliberate politicisation of the broadcaster.The recent changes were made in line with a law, passed by the previous Social Democratic government, the report called “out-of-step with principles on promoting the independence of public broadcasters”. That law should be changed as soon as possible, the report said.The report summarises the findings of a three-day mission to Croatia in June 2016 led by the South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO) and including representatives from the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ), the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF), the International Press Institute (IPI) and the Austrian section of Reporters Without Borders (RSF).Among the report’s most troubling findings is a rise in nationalistic and revisionist discourse within Croatia’s public sphere that is also being used to intimidate critical media. Leading public figures, including former HDZ head Tomislav Karamarko, have openly expressed a desire to “get rid” of “leftist” media, while journalists and media houses that fail to demonstrate sufficient “patriotism” are routinely smeared by politicians and others as “traitors”.Members of the mission deplored Croatian leaders’ failure to condemn a January 2016 protest against the country’s electronic media regulator in which demonstrators shouted fascist salutes against the regulator’s president, an ethnic Serb. “This silence speaks volumes,” the report said.Among other things, the report also:• condemned a continued failure by Croatian authorities to fully investigate physical attacks and threats against journalists;• applauded recent reforms to protect journalists from Croatia’s criminal ‘shaming’ law, but continued to urge Parliament to repeal all forms of criminal defamation;• called on the government reconsider moves to withdraw funding for minority-language media and non-profit media;• noted “serious omissions” in monitoring and enforcement regarding legal provisions on transparency of media ownership; and• underscored the need for solidarity among journalist organisations in the face of threats to media freedom and media independence.The delegation previously welcomed comments by President Grabar-Kitarović, made during the June 21-23 mission, in support of safeguarding HRT’s independence as well as repealing the criminal ‘shaming’ provision.Croatia is ranked 63rd out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2016 World Press Freedom Index. to go further June 2, 2021 Find out more Use the Digital Services Act to make democracy prevail over platform interests, RSF tells EU Ten RSF recommendations for the European Union November 23, 2020 Find out more Help by sharing this information CroatiaEurope – Central Asia Activities in the fieldReports and statisticsMedia independence Receive email alertscenter_img Reports December 2, 2020 Find out more The Croatian public broadcaster HRT must provide balanced coverage of the campaign leading up to the country’s September 11 parliamentary elections, a group of six prominent international media freedom organisations, including Reporters Without Borders (RSF), say, according to findings from June 2016 media freedom mission to Croatia. Organisation News News Follow the news on Croatia The 6 organisations meet the croatian president Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović /DR September 7, 2016 RSF and 6 organizations find “obvious government interference” at Croatian public broadcaster Newslast_img read more

Director of “Le Républicain” released

first_img Follow the news on Niger May 11, 2021 Find out more The conviction of Niger newspaper editor Moussa Aksar is an attack on investigative journalism Receive email alerts News The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa January 6, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Director of “Le Républicain” released News Help by sharing this information News Niger: Two journalists arrested in disturbing setback for press freedom to go further November 27, 2020 Find out more Mamane Abou, director of the private weekly “Le Républicain”,was released on the morning of 6 January 2004. The journalist had spent twomonths in prison. NigerAfrica NigerAfrica Reporters without borders welcomes Abou’s release and urges the government to decriminalise pressoffenses. “We believe that sentencing a journalist to six months in prisonfor ‘defamation’ is completely disproportionate. It is possible to penalisepress offenses without using such repressive and brutal means,” theorganisation said in a statement.Abou told Reporters without borders that he felt relieved and added that he was looking forward to”getting back to work as soon as possible.”The Niamey Appeals Court granted Abou a temporary release on 6 January. Thedirector of “Le Républicain” had been sentenced to six months in prison withno parole on 7 November 2003. He was also ordered to pay a fine of 300,000CFA francs (approx. US$575; 450 euros) and 10 million CFA francs (approx.US$19,400; 15,200 euros) in damages and interest for “defamation” and”stealing documents”. Abou was not present at the earlier sentencing. He isexpected to appear in court again within the next few weeks.Abou was accused of publishing several confidential Public Treasurydocuments indicating that the finance minister had misappropriated funds. Hehad been held at Say’s central prison, about 50 kilometres from the capital,Niamey. Organisation Reports RSF_en July 16, 2020 Find out morelast_img read more

FEMA: Running Out of Funds?

first_imgHome / Daily Dose / FEMA: Running Out of Funds? As the damages of Hurricane Harvey are still being accounted for, the threat of two other tropical storms has the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in need of more funding.Hurricane Irma, another category 5 hurricane, is heading towards Florida, with Hurricane Jose following in its path.Florida Sens. Bill Nelson and Marco Rubio wrote in a joint letter to Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Minority Leader Charles Schumer addressing their concerns about FEMA rapidly running out of funds.”FEMA is scheduled to run out of money by Friday, September 8, just two days before Hurricane Irma is expected to hit Florida,” Sens. Nelson and Rubio wrote. “Unfortunately, the current disaster relief package Congress is considering for Hurricane Harvey doesn’t account for the additional costs FEMA will likely incur as a result of Hurricane Irma.”The letter also noted that even with the Harvey supplemental aid package, FEMA is likely to run out of funds before the end of September.Fannie Mae has taken notice of Hurricane Irma’s incoming effects, releasing Thursday a reminder to homeowners and servicers that mortgage assistance options are available for those impacted by Hurricane Irma.”It is important for those in the path of the storm to focus on their safety as they deal with the potential impact of Hurricane Irma,” said Carlos Perez, SVP and Chief Credit Officer at Fannie Mae. “Fannie Mae and our lending and servicing partners are focused on ensuring assistance is offered to individuals and families in need.”With FEMA expected to run out of money by the time Hurricane Irma hits, there is additional pressure put on Congress to provide more funding this week, Bloomberg reported.“If it’s down to $1 billion or less, then I would say there’s a great concern,” said Elizabeth Zimmerman to Bloomberg, who until January was FEMA’s associate administrator. FEMA HOUSING mortgage 2017-09-07 Nicole Casperson Previous: An Economist’s Perspective on Harvey Next: Seneca Sells Off $51 Billion in MSRs to Wells Fargo Related Articles Share Save  Print This Post Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Tagged with: FEMA HOUSING mortgage About Author: Nicole Casperson FEMA: Running Out of Funds?center_img Sign up for DS News Daily Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, News Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Nicole Casperson is the Associate Editor of DS News and MReport. She graduated from Texas Tech University where she received her M.A. in Mass Communications and her B.A. in Journalism. Casperson previously worked as a graduate teaching instructor at Texas Tech’s College of Media and Communications. Her thesis will be published by the International Communication Association this fall. To contact Casperson, e-mail: [email protected] Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Subscribe September 7, 2017 1,116 Views Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days agolast_img read more

Harte and McAreavey families asked for privacy

first_img PSNI and Gardai urged to investigate Adams’ claims he sheltered on-the-run suspect in Donegal Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released Google+ Google+ WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Pinterest Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme WhatsApp Facebook Harte and McAreavey families asked for privacycenter_img The husband of murdered honeymooner Michaela McAreavey has appealed for privacy following the acquittal of two hotel workers over his wife’s killing.John McAreavey and family members are expected home in Ireland from Mauritius today and have insisted they do not wish to discuss the outcome of the eight-week trial.In a statement on behalf of the McAreavey and Harte families, they thanked all those who have supported them.Both families also indicated that they will not be making any further comment on the trial or their ordeal in Mauritius.They also asked the media to respect their right to privacy as they return home.Sandip Moneea and Avinash Treebhoowoon were cleared of the newlywed’s murder by a jury at the Supreme Court in Port Louis on Thursday.The nine jurors took just over two hours to find both men not guilty of murdering the daughter of Tyrone gaelic football manager Mickey Harte in the island’s luxury Legends hotel in January last year. Twitter HSE warns of ‘widespread cancellations’ of appointments next week Facebook News 70% of Cllrs nationwide threatened, harassed and intimidated over past 3 years – Report Previous articleThree men arrested and rifles and handguns seized in RAAD raid in DerryNext articleGardai in Donegal to review policing along border areas News Highland Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers By News Highland – July 13, 2012 Twitterlast_img read more