Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Irish Water says they hope to be able to demonstrate how the new Gaoth Dobhair Sewerage Scheme will work before the end of the year.Local elected representatives were yesterday briefed ahead of the schemes launch in the coming weeks.They were told the scheme will meet the needs of households and businesses in the area and at the same time ensure the state meets its obligations under the Waste Water Treatment Directive.Sean Corrigan of Irish Water says they had to come up with an innovative sewerage collection system for Gaoth Dobhair which the public will be able to see operating before the end of the year:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/irishwaterraw.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Google+ Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Twitter Facebook 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Twitter WhatsApp Pinterest Facebook Google+ Previous articlePatrick McBrearty returns to Donegal starting line upNext articleDerry City’s first league game of the season called off after 25 minutes News Highland WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By News Highland – March 4, 2017 Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Homepage BannerNews Public to see demonstration of Gaoth Dobhair Sewerage Scheme Pinterest
View Comments Star Files Related Shows Daveed Diggs has been non-stop since his Tony-winning turn in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s revolutionary hit Hamilton. Between releasing Splendor & Misery, the latest album from his experimental hip-hop group “clipping.” and filming season three of ABC’s Black-ish, the original cast member stopped by on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to talk about his last days in the tuner, the folks taking over his role as Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson (including Seth Stewart) and some special audience visitors (Meryl Streep and Jay-Z, to name a few). The most important Hamilton visitor for Diggs? “My mom was there like every other week,” he said. “If you need Hamilton tickets, you talk to my mom!” Noted! Watch the interview below. Daveed Diggs from $149.00 Hamilton Daveed Diggs
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho – The Snake River Stock Car Association is proud to present the Snake River Roundup on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 22 and 23 at Idaho Falls Raceway.IMCA Modifieds will race 30 lap features for $1,000 guaranteed to win both nights with a minimum 10-car field. IMCA SportMods will race 20 lap features for $500 guaranteed to win both nights with a minimum 10-car field.It will be draw/redraw both nights for the Modifieds and SportMods. Entry fees are $50 per night for car and driver. Pit passes are $20.RACEceivers and transponders are mandatory in all divisions.
Birthday boy Aaron Ramsey will miss the rest of the festive period through injury, somewhat overshadowing Arsenal’s impressive comeback victory at West Ham. “That was in the first 10 minutes of the second half when West Ham scored and they had a header from a cross, which could have been 2-0. “That was certainly the turning point of that game and after that we had plenty of chances. “We couldn’t take our chances in the first half and we responded very well in second half, in the end winning the game in a convincing way. “I have confidence in my team – I have confidence but I also worry. That is the nature of the game, you always worry. “I am proud of the character of this team because they are always focused and try to do well. They responded, but football is football.” Things could have been much different for Wenger’s side had West Ham managed to capitalise on their fine start to the second period. After Cole pounced on a Wojciech Szczesny mistake, the Hammers wasted three decent chances to double their advantage and potentially put the game out of sight. Those missed chances allowed Arsenal to come back, condemning Sam Allardyce’s side to a defeat that sees them slip into the relegation zone. The West Ham manager said: “We’ve let it slip through our fingers, haven’t we? “We had three golden chances after we scored – Matt Jarvis in the box, one-on-one, Joey O’Brien’s free header in the six-yard box and Carlton Cole’s side-foot tap. “We paid the price because what Arsenal do then is take more and more chances when they are losing. “It was either going to be us getting that second goal and then we would have made sure we tightened it up or they’d score. “I think the quality they have got, they said, ‘alright lads, you’re going to have to continue to defend without much support from us because we have gone done a goal down’. “We had a great opportunity to win against the top of the league team and unfortunately we didn’t take it because we didn’t get the second. We paid the price today, sadly.” West Ham will hope to make amends when West Brom visit on Saturday lunchtime, although Collins’ calf complaint compounds an already lengthy injury list. “Ravel Morrison reported a groin (injury) on Christmas Eve and James we won’t know how bad it is until tomorrow,” Allardyce added. “Then you have your Winston Reids, Stewart Downings, Richard Vaz Tes and Andy Carrolls that are progressing but are still a little way away at the moment.” Press Association After four matches without a win in all competitions, the Gunners showed the steely resolve needed if they are to continue their title tilt. Theo Walcott’s brace and a strike from the returning Lukas Podolski saw the north Londoners recover from Carlton Cole’s goal against the run of play to triumph 3-1. It was the ideal start to a run of three league matches in six days and then an FA Cup tie with rivals Tottenham, but one tarnished to an extent by an injury to Ramsey. The Wales international, who turned 23 on Boxing Day, was forced off in the 65th minute through what manager Arsene Wenger confirmed is a thigh injury. “It looks like a thigh strain,” the Frenchman said. “For me, I don’t know how serious the thigh strain is but the Christmas period is certainly over for him. It was his birthday today. “I don’t know how long it will be. We will have to see tomorrow morning. He knew straight away, but we have to see.” West Ham also saw a key player limp off after James Collins complained of a tight calf, but at least three points helped soften Wenger’s own injury blow. “I was delighted,” he said. “Overall, I feel we controlled the game but felt we had a difficult period where the game could have changed.
Speaking on the event the Head of Corporate Affairs, Brand and Marketing, Standard Chartered Bank Nigeria, Dayo Aderugbo stated that the tournament was open for participation to invited corporate clients, commercial and retail clients of the bank.She said “Nigerians are very passionate about football and the English Premier League in particular. Hundreds of thousands of fans tune in to follow the English Premier League every week with Liverpool FC being one of the leading teams to watch. As a bank that is deeply committed to our clients and to the communities where we operate, we are proud to be able to leverage our relationship with Liverpool FC as the official sponsor to reward and motivate fans, clients and employees of the bank through football; a sport we all appreciate.We are excited to give our clients this grand once in a lifetime the opportunity to go to Anfield where they will get to meet with Liverpool FC legends like John Barnes and Michael Owen. Nigeria is one of the few countries within Standard Chartered globally that has had the privilege to be invited every year to participate in various Standard Chartered LFC sponsored events including the SC Road to Anfield Tournament. This is a testament to the fact that the Nigeria remains a priority for the bank and that we are truly Here for good.’’Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Standard Chartered Bank Nigeria Limited will be hosting its clients to the 2018 edition of the Standard Chartered Cup on October 1, 2018.The ‘Standard Chartered Cup’’ is an international five-a-side football tournament organized by the bank in partnership with Liverpool FC. It offers football fans including clients of the bank from around the world a once in a life time ‘Money Can’t Buy’ opportunity of being hosted by Liverpool FC in Liverpool, UK.Highlights of the trip for the participating teams will include an exclusive tour of the LFC stadium and museum, training sessions with LFC coaches, watching a live match in Anfield stadium and interacting with legends of Liverpool Football Club.