Pinterest Facebook By admin – July 14, 2016 WhatsApp Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Pinterest Homepage BannerNews More details available at – http://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublications/ep/p-cpr/censusofpopulation2016-preliminaryresults/ Facebook WhatsApp News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Google+ Harps come back to win in Waterford Donegal had biggest population drop in Census 2016 Donegal has the highest population decrease in the country over the past five years, with an outward migration of 6,731. Donegal’s population fell by 1.5% to 158,755. In contrast, the population of County Meath rose by almost 6%.Preliminary census results announced today show the national population has risen to 4.76 million people, an increase of 170,000 people since the last census in 2011.Dublin and commuter belt towns showed the largest population increase.Donegal, Mayo and Sligo were the only counties to show a population decrease.The census also recorded 260-thousand vacant dwellings across the country, a decrease of almost 14 per cent on 2011. In Donegal the figures show a total of 23,899 vacant dwellings – a vacancy rate of 28.2%. Google+ Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR DL Debate – 24/05/21 Previous articleGAA Programme – 13/07/16Next articlePringle says lion’s share of new herring quota should go to smaller NW boats admin Twitter Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows
Dayton Police Department(DAYTON, Ohio) — Family and friends of six of the victims in last week’s massacre in Dayton, Ohio, mourned their loved ones Saturday in the first set of heart-wrenching funerals there to say goodbye. The service for Logan Michael Turner, 30 began at 10 a.m. Funerals for Nicholas Cumer, 25; Beatrice “Nicole” Warren-Curtis, 36; Derrick Fudge, 57; Saeed Saleh, 38; and Monica Brickhouse, 39, were scheduled for later Saturday.In all, nine people were killed in the Dayton shooting — only hours after another another gunman ultimately left 22 people dead 1,500 miles away in El Paso, Texas.Funerals for Thomas McNichols, 25, and Lois Oglesby, 27, also killed in Dayton, are scheduled for Monday.Arrangements for 22-year-old Megan Betts, the sister of the suspected shooter in the Ohio shooting, have not yet been made public.The victims in Dayton were killed in the early morning hours of Sunday after a gunman opened fire on a street in the city’s popular Oregon District, police said.Connor Betts, 24, was identified by police as the shooter there. Megan Betts was among the first victims shot to death, according to Dayton police chief Richard Biehl.The back-to-back shootings drew outrage from politicians and gun reform advocates and renewed calls for changes in laws to address the rise in mass shootings. President Trump visited both cities last week.The first of the funerals for the victims in El Paso was held Thursday in Cuidad Juarez, Mexico, where Elsa Mendoz de la Mora resided.Since the shooting in Dayton, family and friends have remembered the victims and expressed shock over their deaths.Nan Whaley, the mayor of Dayton, posted tributes to each of the victims on Twitter.“Nine of our neighbors came to celebrate in the Oregon District Saturday night, and now nine families are dealing with incredible sorrow,” she wrote in a separate tweet. “We cannot forget that.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Previous Article Next Article HR: Positive Resignation – How to hand in your noticeShared from missc on 8 Jan 2015 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. A question that all HR/recruitment professionals get asked on at least a semi regular basis is: “How should I resign?”. The real answer is, there is no textbook answer as there are so many variables and moving parts involved relevant to e.g. company, manager, your professional style etc. but there are definitely a whole lot of wrong ways to do it. Here’s my 4 small tips that hopefully will offer some piece of mind during what in most cases is an awkward conversation (at best), and help it flow with a little more ease and hopefully avoid friction or burned bridges.Tip 1: No matter how much you might feel like it, don’t use the flaws of the company/manager as your reason for leaving. This is not the time or the place to have this conversation. My advice would be that if there is a burning desire inside you to offer some constructive criticism, do so at an exit interview in a rational and balanced manner. Instead use the positive points of why you have chosen to accept the new role as the reason for your departure.Tip 2: I’m firmly of the belief that we never stop learning and thus regardless of if you feel it has been the most fulfilling role or not, think of the lessons you’ve learned and thank your manager/company for the opportunity to have learned and grown as a professional.Tip 3: Unless extenuating circumstances dictate otherwise, wherever possible be willing to work your full contractual notice period. Make arrangements as such so as to make your transition out of the company as smooth as possible.Tip 4: If not already part of process, offer your time to have an “exit meeting/interview” with your line manager with the aim of trying to shed light on where in your opinion, the organisation could improve. This is where you can offer your CONSTRUCTIVE feedback and show that you are not harbouring any ill feelings due to some negative experiences but instead are aiming to offer your opinion to ensure other employees don’t feel the same thing.These are by no means complicated steps and is relatively “back to basics” kind of stuff but I hope it will give some piece of mind to anyone who may be looking for a little direction on ways to part ways in a positive light. Read full article Comments are closed.
Pinterest Google+ Facebook WhatsApp IndianaLocalNews WhatsApp Pinterest Facebook Twitter TAGScoronavirusCOVID-19in-personIndianalearningMishawakaschool city of mishawakasemesterspringvirtual learning (Photo supplied/School City of Mishawaka) The School City of Mishawaka has announced its plans for the spring semester.The new changes will take effect on January 4, when students are scheduled to return back to the classroom following winter break.ABC 57 News reports the new schedule will divide students’ hybrid and in-person learning schedules by grade levels:7th graders, freshmen and sophomores will meet for in-person learning on Mondays and Tuesdays, and will have virtual learning days Wednesdays through Fridays.8th graders will meet for in-person learning on Thursdays and Fridays, and will have virtual learning on Mondays through Wednesdays.Juniors and seniors will meet for in-person learning on Wednesdays through Fridays, with Mondays and Tuesdays being virtual learning days.Elementary students will have the option of either in-person learning or 100% virtual instruction. By Brooklyne Beatty – November 13, 2020 0 401 School City of Mishawaka announces spring semester plans Twitter Google+ Previous articleFood Bank of Northern Indiana releases mobile food distribution schedule, Nov. 16-20Next articleIndiana lawmakers vote not to wear masks during next week’s meeting Brooklyne Beatty
2:26 p.m.: Danjel Purifoy picks up where he left off in the Sweet 16, with another 3, but the Tigers have hit just 1-of-7 shots to start. Kentucky leads 9-3.Auburn gonna live and die by the 3. Early on … looking like a quick death.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) March 31, 20192:21 p.m.: Auburn controls the tip, and Bryce Brown misses a 3 on the first possession.2:15 p.m.: Chuma Okeke will miss today’s game with a torn ACL, but his teammates won’t let you forget about him.This is what being a teammate is all about.Malik Dunbar wears Chuma Okeke’s jersey for warmups. pic.twitter.com/DB4k4WGlZ4— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) March 31, 2019 MORE: Watch college basketball live with fuboTV (7-day trial)Auburn was held to just seven 3s the entire game, battled foul trouble from the onset and was without Chuma Okeke, but forced 14 Wildcat turnovers on 10 steals. Kentucky’s PJ Washington finished with a game-high 28 points and 13 rebounds in a losing effort. With the win, Auburn knocked off the three winningest programs in NCAA history (Kansas, North Carolina, Kentucky) in three consecutive games.The Tigers play No. 1 Virginia — an 80-75 winner over Purdue on Saturday — in Saturday’s Final Four.Sporting News tracked live scoring updates and highlights as Auburn met Kentucky in the NCAA Tournament’s Elite Eight. Check out the updates below.SN’s MARCH MADNESS HQLive NCAA bracket | Live scoreboard | Full TV scheduleKentucky vs. Auburn: Live score, highlights(All times Eastern.)4:50 p.m.: Harper secures a rebound, and Auburn is headed to its first-ever Final Four. Tigers win 77-71.An unforgettable moment for Chuma Okeke. pic.twitter.com/RS0Dt2TmV8— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) March 31, 20194:48 p.m.: Harper continues to ice this game at the free throw line. He’s 11-of-11. Auburn leads by six with 9.1 seconds.4:40 p.m.: Kentucky begins fouling Auburn down by six with 48.4 seconds left.4:35 p.m.: Two quick buckets from Auburn’s Anfernee McLemore, and the Tigers have their largest lead (6) of the night with 1:45 remaining.Anfernee McLemore gets the ROLL! 😯 #MarchMadness | #Elite8 pic.twitter.com/aoXCm6smlN— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 31, 20194:31 p.m.: Jared Harper and Auburn strike first. Then Bryce Brown gets a steal and is fouled. Harper scores on the in-bounds. Four-point Tiger lead.4:26 p.m.: Auburn can’t hit a 3 at the buzzer, and we have bonus basketball! Both teams tied at 60 after 40 minutes.Auburn LOCKS IT DOWN to force OT! 🚫 #MarchMadness | #Elite8 pic.twitter.com/btJedy4Qu9— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 31, 20194:23 p.m.: Washington puts Kentucky up by two at the 1:00 mark. He’s up to 24 points and 11 boards.4:20 p.m.: Important moment of game. Auburn has three seconds left on shot clock. Both teams call a timeout with the game tied and 1:25 to go.4:12 p.m.: Twenty-two points now for Washington, and he has his Wildcats tied up with 2:46 left! Bruce Pearl is given a bench warning.PJ Washington makes it a TIE game! 😱 #Elite8 #MarchMadness | @KentuckyMBB pic.twitter.com/fanHiTEsA9— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 31, 20194:07 p.m.: Washington hits Kentucky’s third field goal in the last 7:00. Auburn leads by four with 6:00 to play.4:00 p.m.: Shooters shoot. Bryce Brown is 7-of-11 for 22 points, and the Tigers have a 51-48 lead. Brown and Harper have scored 34 of Auburn’s last 40.Make it 22 for Bryce Brown! 🔥 @AuburnMBB up 3! #MarchMadness | #Elite8 pic.twitter.com/L5yeiXIYVr— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 31, 20193:49 p.m.: A transition alley-oop to Washington and Kentucky has a one-point lead with 13:00 to go.3:45 p.m.: A huge block from Malik Dunbar, and he refuses to let Kentucky retake the lead.DENIED! 🚫 #MarchMadness | @AuburnMBB pic.twitter.com/z7KYbkrRbd— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 31, 20193:41 p.m.: Auburn is a new team this half. A 12-2 run and Chuma Okeke is in the house.Chuma Okeke supporting his @AuburnMBB squad. 🙏 #MarchMadness | #Elite8 pic.twitter.com/M3l5Nk7mbg— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 31, 20193:36 p.m.: Bryce Brown cannot be stopped. Two free throws, a steal, and a 3 to give the Tigers a 40-37 lead. Auburn is on a 10-0 run.. @AuburnMBB TAKES THE LEAD! 😱 #MarchMadness | #Elite8 pic.twitter.com/ZhPV78M1na— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 31, 20193:32 p.m.: Second half is underway, and Kentucky scores right away.3:09 p.m.: Kentucky heads to the locker room up by five, but considering Auburn trailed by double-digits much of the half, Bruce Pearl has to be happy. PJ Washington leads scorers with 15 points.We’ve got an #Elite8 Cat fight in Kansas City! 🐅 😼Who will earn a spot in the #FinalFour ? #MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/0APWMijuUd— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 31, 20193:07 p.m.: Holy speed. Jared Harper darts the full distance of the court for a transition layup. Auburn is right back in this thing, trailing by just three with 49.2 seconds in the first.3:02 p.m.: A four-point play by Auburn’s Jared Harper cuts the Kentucky lead to six!FOUR. POINT. PLAY. pic.twitter.com/18q1fHYc57— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) March 31, 20192:55 p.m.: Washington is fouled, but makes the bucket anyway. He’s the first player to double-digits.2:48 p.m.: Kentucky’s length is really challenging Auburn’s shooters. The Tigers are just 1-of-8 from deep. Wildcats lead 22-13.2:44 p.m.: Three Auburn players already have two personal fouls, each, less than halfway into the half.2:41 p.m.: Nine minutes into the half, and Bryce Brown becomes the first Auburn starter to score, after hitting a free throw.2:35 p.m.: Tyler Herro hits a 3 for the Wildcats, and Kentucky already has a 10-point lead with 11:52 to play in the first.Tyler Herro hits a 👌 and @KentuckyMBB are on a 6-0 run! 👀 #MarchMadness | #Elite8 pic.twitter.com/1BPZNNI0v8— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 31, 20192:29 p.m.: Kentucky’s PJ Washington has entered the game for the first time. It may be the final day of March, but the madness never stops. No. 5 Auburn trailed by as many as 11 points against Kentucky in their Elite Eight game on Sunday, but the Tigers stormed back to defeat 2-seed Kentucky 77-71 in overtime to advance to the program’s first-ever Final Four.Kentucky held a five-point lead at the half, but a resurgent Bryce Brown and Jared Harper spurred an 12-2 run to put the Tiger out front. At one point in the second half, the duo accounted for 34 of Auburn’s last 40 points. The backcourt duo combined for an even 50 points, as Harper was flawless at the line in crunchtime, finishing a perfect 11 of 11 as Kentucky continued to foul at the end of overtime.
UNFAIR ACT Calabar High says that the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) has further deepened what it calls the perception of it being a body which considers itself to be above critique or accountability. The school says this is because ISSA has not responded to its request for a statement regarding its ruling, which allows Kingston College’s (KC) Ari Rodgers to compete at the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Athletics Championships later this month. Rodgers is a Ugandan middle-distance runner, who is regarded as one of the favourites for the Boys’ Class 2 1500m and 800m events at Champs. He joined KC in October last year, missing ISSA’s registration deadline of September 30. ISSA has cleared him to compete, citing what is being described as “extenuating circumstances”. However, Calabar, the defending Boys’ Champions, released a statement yesterday saying ISSA’s refusal to publicly address the complaints has led to the school making three assumptions. The first of these is that Rodgers’ eligibility is arguable as he is ineligible based on what it says is “ISSA’s clearly stated and enunciated criteria”. The second is that the student being registered before his arrival in Jamaica is inaccurate. Calabar’s statement says “to be promised, offered, granted a space in an institution isn’t the same thing as being registered. In fact, the Ministry of Education’s Policy is that a student cannot be registered in absentia. The parent may be absent for registration but not the student!” The third is that ISSA acted unfairly in that an exception was made for Rodgers and KC with regard to these “extenuating circumstances”, however, no similar lenience was shown to athletes of other schools in the past, who had situations that may also be considered extenuating. “Needless to say, it would be most helpful if ISSA articulated some of these factors and juxtaposed them against other instances in which they failed to apply this discretion,” the release from Red Hills Road-based school read. The statement went on to say that Calabar’s issue is with ISSA, not KC, and that it does not want to make Rodgers a victim of circumstances he did not create himself. Calabar’s statements are similar to those of its head coach, Michael Clarke, who recently told The Gleaner that he believes this decision will cause the public to seriously challenge ISSA’s credibility. He also said that the decision sets what he described as a dangerous and fragile precedent, because it now leads to the possibility of persons taking legal action against ISSA whenever an unfavourable decision is made in the future.