Linkedin Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Twitter Previous articleLimerick school shortlisted in Student Theatre AwardsNext articleCheltenham Hero Slevin Lands Limerick Winner Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement TAGSIrish Quality Food and Drink Awardslimerick Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” WhatsApp Email NewsAwards seek Limerick food hero and moreBy Staff Reporter – March 21, 2017 1149 Print Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival The Irish Quality Food and Drink Awards for 2017 will now look for a national food hero and Limerick nominations are being soughtLIMERICK nominations are now being accepted for the first Irish Food Hero as part of the Irish Quality Food and Drink Awards for 2017.Designed to recognise the unsung heroes of the Irish food sector, the new award is part of the fifth instalment that recognise excellence in products available to Irish consumers.All retailers, food producers and manufacturers across the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland are invited to enter products for the chance to achieve industry acclaim.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Judging will take place over four weeks in June and July at the Dublin Institute of Technology’s School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology. The results will be announced at a gala dinner on October 26 at the Clayton Hotel Burlington Road, Dublin.Organised by Metropolis Business Media, Publishing Director Helen Lyons says: “We are very excited about the introduction of the Food Hero Award. You may have a superb development chef or someone in your innovation department who has done exceptional work this past year. Perhaps it is a producer or grower whose quality is undeniable and who never lets you down? Maybe it is someone who shines brightly in distribution or operations, but is only recognised as a superstar within your own business?“We know the Irish food market has huge talent within it and this award allows you to put forward your heroes for industry-wide recognition of their passion, drive and enthusiasm. The judges will look at how much of an impact the person has made to the business, not just in terms of financial impact but also in commitment to delivering the business’s strategic goals.”Last year’s winner of the top prize of the Gold Q was James Whelan Butchers with their Dry Aged Angus Striploin Steak.Pat Whelan, CEO at James Whelan Butchers, commented; “Winning the Gold Q Award was fantastic recognition. Not only for our business and our products but most of all for our wonderful team of dedicated professionals who work so hard every day sharing great Irish food with our loyal customers.”Dunnes Stores were named Retailer of the Year, including winning Gold in the Value Q category for Dunnes Stores My Family Favourites Mature White Cheddar produced by Bandon Vale.Entries for the awards, which are once again headline sponsored by innovative packaging company Graphic Packaging International, will be accepted until May 31. Other sponsors include Dairymaid, Invest Northern Ireland and Sacla’.The Irish Good Choice Quality Food Awards are working in partnership with the Coeliac Society of Ireland, who will play an important role during the stringent judging process of the new Awards focusing on the healthier and free from market.Full category descriptions are detailed on the Irish Quality Food and Drink Awards website or IQFA Facebook page and on Twitter @IrishQFAs Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash
WhatsApp Dail protest to take place this week as Tory Ferry controversy continues Google+ Twitter WhatsApp Homepage BannerNews Facebook Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Harps come back to win in Waterford Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows A protest is to be held outside the Dail on Wednesday as controversy over the Tory Island Ferry continues.Islanders will travel to Dublin and stage a protest, calling for a quality service to be provided for Tory.From 1st April, the 40 year old Queen of Aran boat will replace the current ferry which locals claim is purpose-built and better equipped to service the island.Marjorie Ui Cheabhaill, Manager of Tory Island Co-Op says a resolution needs to be found:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/tory1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Pinterest Google+ By News Highland – February 12, 2018 Previous articleFanad to feature in new Failte Ireland campaignNext articlePatsy McGonagle impressed with Sommer Lecky’s Belgium win News Highland Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest DL Debate – 24/05/21 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Twitter
Barnet Winchester minimum of one week in four Grimsby We are inviting organisations to tender for a small number of Housing Possession Court Duty Schemes (HPCDS) under the 2013 Standard Civil Contract (as amended).Contracts will be offered for an initial contingency period in specific courts from 17 December 2018.Who can apply?The tender is open to any organisation that holds a 2018 Standard Civil Contract in the housing and debt categories.Contracts will be offered for an initial period up to 30 September 2019 subject to the Legal aid Agency’s (LAA) rights of early termination and the right to extend the contract up to a further 1 year.Tender deadlineThe tender opens on 30 October 2018 and closes 9am on 26 November 2018.What schemes are available?The LAA is offering up to four contracts in each of the following schemes through this procurement process: Applicants interested in bidding for the Bodmin and Truro scheme may bid to deliver services at either Bodmin, or Truro or at both courts.Preference will be given to applicants who confirm their intention to deliver HPCDS services at both courts.These schemes will be scheduled through rotas. Successful organisations will be required to attend and deliver HPCDS services.Requests for these services will be made by clients at all housing possession listings included in the relevant scheme during their allocated rota weeks.How will contract work be allocated?The allocation of contract work to an organisation will depend upon the number of contracts awarded in a scheme. So, organisations must be willing to deliver: How do I tender?Tenders must be submitted using the LAA’s e-Tendering system.To submit a compliant tender all organisations must submit a response to the relevant Invitation to Tender (ITT) for the category they wish to deliver.Further informationCivil 2018 contracts tender – to find out more and download the Information For Applicants documente-Tendering system – to submit your tender up to a maximum of all weeks of a HPCDS rota in the scheme tendered for Bodmin and Truro
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Reuters:Algeria plans to issue several tenders for renewable energy projects this year as it seeks to meet growing demand for electricity and save gas for export, an official said on Monday.The OPEC oil producing member hopes to build solar plants to produce 22,000 megawatts (MW), or 27 percent of its electricity needs, by 2030, up from about 350 MW now.Algeria will soon invite bids from national and foreign firms to set up a solar plant with a capacity of 150 MW, a senior official at the energy ministry said. “We are (also) planning tenders to produce 2,000 megawatts before the end of 2020,” he added, without giving more details.Turning to solar power is part of a drive to guarantee cheap retail energy prices. The authorities are keen to avoid social unrest, and face sporadic protests in some areas over a lack of electricity and gas supplies.Algeria is currently using gas to generate 98 percent of its power output of 19,000 MW.Increasing or maintaining the level of gas and oil exports is a top priority for the country as the two energy products make up 60 percent of the budget and 94 percent of total sales abroad.More: Algeria plans solar energy tenders to tackle rising electricity needs Algeria looks to expand solar generation capacity
Chairman of DIP Peter Falkenham said: “In 2018, both the spread of our investments and our risk profile were put to the test. In order to make our investment portfolio as robust as possible, we have composed it of a range of different assets, and in particular our real estate investments have helped to ensure good returns.”Falkenham said the real estate result was achieved partly through positive market conditions but was also the fund’s efforts to develop and optimise the management of its existing property portfolio.“At a time when global equity markets are challenged, the property market shows itself to be stable and over the next few years we expect to increase our real estate portfolio.” he said.Real assets accounted for 16.3% of DIP’s investment portfolio at the end of 2018, up from the 14.8% allocation to the asset class a year earlier.In January, DIP and the Lawyers’ and Economists’ Pension Fund (JØP) bought a stake in a Danish office complex from Sampension in what JØP said was the biggest commercial property deal ever done between pension funds in Denmark.DIP said it was continuing in its talks with JØP about their plans to merge, and had asked its members to vote on the consolidation on 29 April.The pension fund said the merger would place the resulting joint pension fund among Denmark’s top 10 largest funds and give it access to more lucrative investment opportunities. The Danish Pension Fund for Engineers (DIP) plans to grow its real estate portfolio further after the asset class generated a 12.8% return for 2018.The result helped cushion losses in other areas, resulting in a full-year loss of 1.7% on its investment portfolio, according to its annual report.DIP – which is one of two pension funds for engineers in Denmark – described 2018 as an eventful and challenging year for the pensions sector.While total assets remained broadly unchanged at the end of December 2018 from the year before, at DKK41bn (€4.4bn), DIP said that over the past five years they had risen from DKK33bn in 2013.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersJames has already been ruled out until at least Jan. 16, which would mean he’d miss 11 games since he was injured Dec. 25 against the Golden State Warriors. The Lakers have two home games before then and could have as many as two practices in the meantime. But Walton declined to go into more about how the team would try to get James worked back in.“I got a lot of other things that we’re trying to get done between now and then,” he said. “We got a great medical staff. LeBron, as you know, he takes care of himself when it comes to seeing doctors and taking care of his body. So, as soon as he’s cleared and ready to go then we’ll get him back out there. But until then, we’ll continue to be patient with him.”KUZMA REVISITS ROOTSKyle Kuzma got to head to familiar ground on Thursday night, going to the Huntsman Center on the University of Utah campus for a college hoops game.It was the first time since his college career ended that he wasn’t playing. The Utah Utes lost to the Washington Huskies 69-53, but Kuzma said he enjoyed being a fan: He gave away some Kuzmania T-shirts to the crowd at the game.Even in a state rabid for the Jazz, Kuzma enjoys some love in Utah. Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “This is a community that kind of adopted me,” he said. “Coming in here, I was here for four years and loved every minute of it. People seem to embrace me here. It’s an awesome feeling.”Kuzma played three seasons for the Utes (he sat out his first due to eligibility rules), including two NCAA Tournament appearances. Two of his teammates from that era, Delon Wright (Toronto Raptors) and Jakob Poeltl (San Antonio Spurs) are in the NBA.“Super tight, I talk to the guys all the time, talk to Delon all the time, Jakob,” he said. “We were a brotherhood at this school.”Related Articles How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed SALT LAKE CITY — In his most recent medical evaluation, the Lakers said LeBron James (strained left groin) was cleared for some limited on-court work, bringing him closer to at least participating in practices for the first time since December.And yet ahead of the Lakers’ game against the Jazz on Friday night, Coach Luke Walton was fairly tight-lipped about what that process will look like.“He’ll start shooting,” Walton said. “He knows what he’s doing. So him and his team will move forward as long as everything’s feeling good.”Walton didn’t elaborate much on how much beyond shooting James will do. And shooting is not necessarily new: Walton said as early as last week he saw James in the facility shooting, in between the regular treatment he’s been receiving from the team’s medical staff. Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions
The public hearing is to accept comment on the possible renewal of Interim Ordinance No. 13030. Specifically, this ordinance affects mineral extraction and asphalt production activities. It addresses the minimum designation criteria such as set back standards, site size, and various environmental considerations. For information on the proposals, Contact Olivia Story, (360) 754-3355 ext 7544, by e-mail at [email protected] Or visit:http://www.co.thurston.wa.us/planning/default.html Those needing special accommodations to participate in the hearing can call (360) 786-5489 by 10:00 a.m. at least three days prior to the meeting and ask for the ADA Coordinator. Citizens with hearing impairments may call the TDD line at (360) 786-2933. Facebook0Tweet0Pin0Thurston Commissioners Hold Hearing on Mineral Lands Ordinance Referenced ordinances and draft regulations are available at the Thurston County Resource Stewardship, Permit Assistance Center at the address below or online at http://www.co.thurston.wa.us/planning/default.html. Those wishing to testify should appear and be heard. Those who cannot attend the hearing can send written comments to the staff contact listed above by August 9, 2011, 4:00 P.M. by email or mail. (Mail address- Planning Department,2000 Lakeridge Drive SW, Olympia, WA 98502.) OLYMPIA – The Thurston County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Tuesday August 9, 2011 regarding proposed changes to the county’s mineral lands extraction regulations. The hearing will start at 5:30 in Room 280, Building One of the Thurston County Courthouse Complex, 2000 Lakeridge Dr. SW, Olympia, WA 98502. The Board may take action at the conclusion of the hearing.
Bomber starter Nick Wethal was unable to make the trip to the zone finals.Nigel Ziegler scored twice for LVR while Ryan Lewis added the other marker on a penalty kick.LVR advanced to the final by hammering J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks 8-0.Lewis and Spencer Atkins each scored three times while Andrew Tranfo and Jake Anderson added singles.David Thompson now reprensents the Kootenay Zone at the BC High School AA Boy’s Championships November 17-19 in Burnaby.LVR, the two-time defending champion, finished 12th in the 16-team tournament in 2013. There’s no joy in Bomberville after the defending champs were upset in the final of the Kootenay High School AA Boy’s Soccer Championships Saturday in Creston.David Thompson Lakers of Invereme scored three times in the opening half to post a 5-3 victory over L.V. Rogers in the final at Prince Charles Secondary pitch.The Lakers, which took advantage of the suspect defence, held a 3-1 lead at half against a Bomber team that was missing its starting center back.
“This is Santa Anita Park, the enormous, legendary, Art Deco key lime pie of a racetrack, where Seabiscuit and armies of other racehorses ‘crossed the finish line to infamy,’ according to the track’s promotional materials. You are invigorated from staring at the life-size statue of Seabiscuit in the center of the walking ring. And your senses are filled with the scent of hot dogs and horse flesh and the Winner Circle ladies’ Channel No. 5, all combining into an elixir of bliss beneath a brilliantly blue southern California sky.“…We walk through hallways festooned with framed vintage pictures of the great horses and movie stars, from Marlene Dietrich to Fred Astaire, who frequented Santa Anita; we turn a corner and go through more doors, including one labeled TACK ROOM KEEP OUT. Brackpool punches numbers into a keypad to the left of the door and another door opens…”Feature by Mark Seal Photography by Spencer LowellVia Centurion Magazine