Naomh Conaill hosted their 2nd annual 5k run/walk yesterday evening in perfect conditions with over 200 people registering for the event.Local county players, Anthony Thompson and Marty Boyle were in attendance to present the prizes.First male runner home was local man, Dermot Brennan, in an impressive time of 17:05. First lady home was Marie Timoney, Rosses AC, with a time of 21:07. In the junior category, the first boy home was Mathias McKelvey with a time of 19:10 , and the first girl home was Ellie McInnes with a time of 25:08.A huge thank you to those who came and supported this event and who helped out in any way.Naomh Conaill 5k 2013 Overall Results Place Number Name Time Category Club1 593 Dermot Brennan 17:05:00 SM Individual2 596 Noel Diver 17:37:00 SW Rosses A.C.3 582 Marty Boyle 18:07:00 SM Individual4 572 Eamonn O Donnell 18:08:00 SM Rosses A.C.5 480 Owen Boyle 18:20:00 SM Individual 6 522 Eunan Doherty 18:48:00 SM Individual7 488 Michael Brennan 18:54:00 SM Individual8 587 Brian McCabe 19:01:00 SM Individual9 661 Mathias McKelvey 19:10:00 JM Individual 10 287 Padraig McGlynn 19:16:00 SM Individual11 515 Kieran Henery 19:38:00 JM Individual12 619 Ryan Craig 19:42:00 JM Individual13 571 Paul O Donnell 19:50:00 SM Dunboyne14 310 Darragh Gallagher 20:00:00 SM Individual15 592 Paddy Molloy 20:12:00 SM Individual16 629 Nick North 20:13:00 SM Finn Valley A C17 491 Dermot McGinley 20:15:00 SM Slieve Leage18 671 A Another 20:21:00 SM Individual19 536 Michael Regan 20:46:00 SM Individual20 481 Garret ODonnell 20:53:00 SM Individual21 659 Padraig Lenihan 21:03:00 SM Individual22 638 Brian Boyle 21:07:00 SM Individual23 586 Marie Timoney 21:07:00 SW Rosses A.C.24 662 Jack McKelvey 21:12:00 JM Individual25 539 Ciaran Thompson 21:16:00 SM Individual26 654 Tony Byrne 21:30:00 JM Individual27 524 John O’Malley 21:33:00 SM Individual28 620 Lee Craig 21:34:00 SM Individual29 605 Eugene Mulligan 21:34:00 SM Killybegs A C30 516 Ian McGarry 21:44:00 SM Individual31 643 James Boyle 22:04:00 SM Individual32 603 Pat Byrne 22:08:00 SM Bruckless Road Runners33 607 Cathal Mcginley 22:09:00 SMale Slieve Leage34 581 AJ Gallagher 22:28:00 SM Individual35 308 Colin Bonner 22:33:00 SMale Individual36 611 Ryan Connaghton 22:34:00 SM Individual37 486 Seamus Derry 22:34:00 SMale Individual38 660 Seosamh McKelvey 22:57:00 SM Individual39 485 Jimmy White 22:58:00 SM Killybegs A C40 521 Paul Doherty 23:05:00 SM Individual41 527 Paul Molloy 23:06:00 JM Individual42 666 Karl Gallagher 23:11:00 JM Individual43 613 Cian Breslin 23:12:00 JM Individual44 537 Ciaran Gallagher 23:12:00 JM Individual45 272 Shane McDevitt 23:13:00 JM Individual46 496 John Quinn 23:36:00 SM Individual47 532 Ultan Doherty 23:36:00 JM Individual48 293 Micheal McKelvey 23:44:00 JM Individual49 283 Daniel Gildea 23:49:00 JM Individual50 617 Imelda Gallagher 23:58:00 SW Individual51 655 Jonathan Campbell 24:06:00 JM Individual52 506 Philip Gallagher 24:10:00 SMale Individual53 264 Alison Murray 24:14:00 SW Individual54 473 Sean Coughlan 24:17:00 JM Individual55 618 Mary Gallagher 24:19:00 SW Individual56 627 Jack Marley 24:20:00 JM Finn Valley A C57 526 Conal McDevitt 24:21:00 JM Individual58 528 Paul Quinn 24:22:00 JM Individual59 482 Catriona O’Sullivan 24:23:00 SW Individual60 471 Stephen Jordan 24:24:00 JM Individual61 583 Charlotte Oconnor 24:37:00 SW Individual62 302 Joseph Mchugh 24:40:00 JM Individual63 535 Charlie McDonnell 24:41:00 JM Individual64 626 Goretta Marley 24:42:00 SW Finn Valley A C65 610 JD Boyle 24:45:00 JM Individual66 529 Logan Quinn 24:47:00 JM Individual67 663 Aaron Gallagher 25:00:00 JM Individual68 472 Mark Burke Melly 25:00:00 JM Individual69 574 Margaret McGlynn 25:01:00 Sw Individual70 668 Ellie McInnes 25:08:00 JW Individual71 314 Daire Obrien 25:10:00 JM Individual72 588 Patricia McDyre 25:11:00 SW Individual73 484 Michelle Delaney 25:12:00 SW Individual74 601 Brendan McDyre 25:12:00 SM Individual75 580 Jordan Watters 25:13:00 JM Individual76 540 Pat Donnelly 25:26:00 SM Individual77 633 Shay Malone 25:35:00 JM Individual78 510 Charlie McMonagle 25:42:00 SM Individual79 584 Ollie Agnew 25:45:00 JM Individual80 274 Pauline McKain 25:52:00 SW Individual81 658 Jane Flannery 26:05:00 SW Individual82 265 Majella Cunningham 26:07:00 Sw Individual83 653 Anthony Carr 26:17:00 SM Individual84 614 Shane Odonnell 26:28:00 SM Individual85 585 Rosemary Dewhurst 26:33:00 SW Individual86 517 Paula Donoghue 26:36:00 SW Individual87 625 Daniel McLoone 26:44:00 JM Individual88 550 Fionnula Gallagher 26:46:00 SW Individual89 285 Ciara Molloy 26:46:00 JW Individual90 665 Lilly Gallagher 26:56:00 JW Individual91 648 Neil Francis Boyle 27:02:00 JM Individual92 286 Billy Broderick 27:04:00 SM Killybegs A C93 589 AnneMarie McGlynn 27:10:00 SW Individual94 598 Martina Quinn 27:13:00 Sw Individual95 301 Danny McHugh 27:19:00 JM Individual96 630 Michelle Flannery 27:24:00 SW Individual97 631 Helen Flannery 27:29:00 SW Individual98 576 Breeda McDyre 27:31:00 sw Individual99 649 Margaret Doherty 27:49:00 SW Individual100 476 Joanne Duddy 27:55:00 SW Individual101 552 Connor OBrien 28:05:00 JM Individual102 279 Tricia Russell 28:33:00 SW IndividualNAOMH CONAILL HOST GREAT 5K WALK/RUN – ALL THE RESULTS was last modified: August 10th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens 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Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth District in late October struck down a gag order related to North Carolina hog farm nuisance lawsuits brought against Murphy-Brown, the hog production subsidiary of Smithfield Foods. The court said the gag order, which prohibited lawyers or anyone with knowledge of conditions of North Carolina hog operations from sharing information, violated the First Amendment.Judge Earl Britt, of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina, in late June imposed the gag order on the parties, lawyers and potential witnesses in the lawsuits. Britt said a “significant increase in trial publicity” and the “volume and scope of prejudicial publicity” about the first two cases — one decided in early May and the other two days after the gag order was implemented — could taint future jurors. (More than a dozen nuisance suits were filed.) The National Pork Producers Council and the North Carolina Pork Council (NCPC) in August filed a friend-of-the-court brief in support of lifting the gag order.NPPC and NCPC argued that there is no compelling need for the gag order, the District Court did not consider alternatives to the order — including the jury selection process or jury instructions — the order is overbroad and vague and it won’t be effective. On the latter point, they said it’s “not reasonable to think that any gag order will reduce coverage of these cases or blunt the public’s interest” in them. The appeals court issued its decision even though the District Court judge lifted the gag order Aug. 31.
Kick off: Stephen Constantine is Indian soccer’s hopeIs he a guus hiddink come to rescue Indian football from obscurity? Englishman Stephen Constantine, the new coach of the national football team, is preparing the country’s Under-23s for the Busan Asian Games in September.Those familiar with the soccer scene in India would,Kick off: Stephen Constantine is Indian soccer’s hopeIs he a guus hiddink come to rescue Indian football from obscurity? Englishman Stephen Constantine, the new coach of the national football team, is preparing the country’s Under-23s for the Busan Asian Games in September.Those familiar with the soccer scene in India would call it a thankless task. But the All India Football Federation (AIFF), which gave Constantine the top football job, is expecting the 39-year-old to up India’s rank from 23 out of 40 soccer-playing nations in Asia, and get a team sitting idle since the pre-World Cup qualifiers up and running for a string of major matches.Next month, Constantine’s boys will be in a six-nation tournament in Vietnam; then Busan, the 2003 Asian Cup and the Olympics the year after. “The team hasn’t played for a long time, so fitness is a concern,” says the new coach. “I will also be giving our players new ideas.”One of only two FIFA instructors in England, Constantine has coached teams in England, Cyprus, US and, more recently, Nepal.”He doesn’t have an exceptional CV,” says AIFF Honorary Secretary Alberto Colaco. “But he has an amazing will to succeed.”Just what the team needs.
“Who rescued who?” is a question often pondered by those who know the joy of rescuing a pet. This question was the impetus of a powerful short film that is opening the Sonoma International Film Festival in Sonoma, Calif. this week.Video: Le Sauvetage (The Rescue) — #rescuefilm“Le Sauvetage” (The Rescue) is a six-minute film produced by Peter McEvilley, award-winning filmmaker and composer whose credits include The House Bunny, Last Vegas and Alias, and starring the Olate Dogs, winners of America’s Got Talent. The film is a magical tale about life, love, and finding our true destiny….with a little help from a furry friend.Sponsored and produced by Halo, Purely for Pets, Ellen DeGeneres’ natural pet food company, Le Sauvetage will open the Sonoma festival on April 2, an honor and exciting opportunity to showcase pet rescue and adoption. The film has also been selected to appear at the Court Metrage, Festival de Cannes in France this May.In 2012 the Olate Dogs shot to stardom when they won the America’s Got Talent grand prize. These sweet, funny, talented dogs and their entertaining owners and handlers captured hearts across America. But there’s more to their story.Many of the Olate Dogs are rescue dogs themselves. Family patriarch, Richard Olate, developed his act on the streets of his native Chile when he was a poor boy of just 12. He rescued stray dogs and trained them to be part of his amateur show. He worked hard for years to realize his dream of becoming a professional dog act. Today, Richard and his son, Nicolas, and wife, Rebecca, continue to save dogs from shelters and train them to become part of their professional troupe.Halo, known for its philanthropic efforts to promote rescue and adoption, admired the Olate Dogs and their dedication to rescue. Steve Marton, Halo’s CEO and Executive Producer of Le Sauvetage, wanted to find a unique way to draw attention to the special bond we share with animals.“We see this film as an entertaining yet meaningful way to show how companion animals add value to our lives,” he said. “Producer Peter McEvilley did a phenomenal job conveying this extremely important message by combining his creative story telling and film making capabilities.”Because the Olate Dogs love Halo natural pet food, it seemed the stars aligned to bring the two groups together to do great things for homeless pets.Halo has a track record of promoting rescue and adoption through film. The company sponsors all three episodes of Shelter Me, a PBS special dedicated to showcasing shelter dogs and the incredible lives they lead. Halo also sponsored the Humane Society of the United States’ video campaign, “Meet My Shelter Pet,” a series of videos featuring celebrities and their adopted pets.The Olate Dogs will also perform at the Sonoma festival. And, in keeping with the film’s mission, Halo and Freekibble.com will donate 10,000 meals of Halo Spot’s Stew to local Sonoma animal shelter, Pets Lifeline.To view the film and for more information, click here.Source:PR Newswire
In the Pink raises $40,000 for Breast Cancer Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Hartling Group announces Job Fair Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 20 Feb 2015 – It has been a decade for the Regent Palms Resort in the Turks and Caicos – the property opened on February 19 in 2005. CEO of the Hartling Group, developer of the property, Stan Hartling was on hand yesterday to present long serving staff with rewards for their longevity; that happened at a luncheon. As many as 71 staffers were honored last night in a tribute dinner in the ballroom of the resort; all 71 have been with the Regent Palms since day one. Stan, as he is affectionately called on island, said the milestone is tremendous for the company: “Over the past ten years, we’ve always looked for better ways to do things, whether it’s by implementing a new way to look at our guest needs and expectations or through our unique training program for new hires. We’ve pioneered a true partnership with our staff and we set the bar only by what we believe defines greatness. I am immensely proud to be leading a team of people who strive for perfection every day and relentlessly work to build the best brand in the Caribbean, and deliver incredible service to our owners and guests.” Among the accolades for the Regent Palms are World’s Best Spa Resort, Caribbean’s Leading Resort, top General Manager of the Year Worldwide in Karen Whitt, who is also the 3rd Vice President of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association. Congratulations on 10 Years for the Regent Palms. Related Items:hartling group, regent palms, stan hartling Salvation Army does exceedingly abundantly more in Red Kettle Drive Recommended for you
Yesterday a remote code execution bug was found in the APT high-level package manager used by Debian, Ubuntu, and other related Linux distributions. Max Justicz, the security researcher who discovered the bug, says that the bug “allows a network man-in-the-middle (or a malicious package mirror) to execute arbitrary code as root on a machine installing any package.” Justicz’s blog post states that the vulnerable versions of APT don’t properly sanitize certain parameters during HTTP redirects. An attacker can take advantage of this and perform a remote man-in-the-middle attack to inject malicious content, thus tricking the system to install certain altered packages. HTTP redirects while using apt-get command help Linux machines to automatically request packages from an appropriate mirror server when other servers are unavailable. If the first server fails, it returns the location of the next server from where the client should request the package. Justicz has also demonstrated this man-in-the-middle attack in a short video: Justicz told The Hacker News that a malicious actor intercepting HTTP traffic between APT utility and a mirror server, or just a malicious mirror, could execute arbitrary code on the targeted system with the highest level of privileges, i.e. root. He further adds, “You can completely replace the requested package, as in my proof of concept. You could substitute a modified package as well if you wanted to”. The APT is also used by major Linux distributions like Debian and Ubuntu, who have also acknowledged and released security patches for this vulnerability. Hacker News also points how this flaw comes around the time when cybersecurity experts are fighting over Twitter, in favor of not using HTTPS and suggesting software developers to rely on signature-based package verification since the APT on Linux also does the same. They further add that the APT exploitation could have been mitigated if the software download manager was strictly using HTTPS to communicate securely. The developers of APT have released version 1.4.9 that fixes the issue. The bug has also been fixed in APT 1.2.29ubuntu0.1, 1.7.0ubuntu0.1, 1.0.1ubuntu2.19, and 1.6.6ubuntu0.1 packages, as well as in APT 1.4.9 for the Debian distribution. You can head over to Max Justicz official blog for more insights on this news. Read Next Kali Linux 2018 for testing and maintaining Windows security – Wolf Halton and Bo Weaver [Interview] Black Hat hackers used IPMI cards to launch JungleSec Ransomware, affects most of the Linux serversHomebrew 1.9.0 released with periodic brew cleanup, beta support for Linux, Windows and much more!