Gardai at scene of crash between cement truck and car in Letterkenny

first_imgEmergency services are attending the scene of a collision on the Pearse Road area of Letterkenny.The accident occurred at around 2.30pm today (Wednesday) between a car and a cement truck.No injuries have been reported. Motorists are advised to expect delays if travelling through the area.Gardai at scene of crash between cement truck and car in Letterkenny was last modified: May 3rd, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:car crashletterkennyPearse Roadlast_img read more

Pochettino defiant after Chelsea’s derby triumph

first_imgEmbed from Getty ImagesTottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino stood by his team selections this week following the 2-1 defeat at Chelsea.Pochettino left a number of players out for Spurs’ midweek loss against Monaco which ended their hopes of qualifying for the Champions League knockout phase.He seemingly prioritised the derby at Stamford Bridge, where Premier League leaders Chelsea stormed back to win after Christian Eriksen had put the visitors ahead.Asked if he had any regrets about his decisions, Pochettino said: “No regrets. I think you (the media) are very focused on rotating players and the names. It’s about the squad.“If it’s a different result against Monaco then I don’t think you ask. Regrets? No regrets.Victor Moses netted Chelsea’s winner“We are competing in the Champions League and Premier League and to be competitive sometimes you have to give a rest to players.“Never regret, because we are professionals and try to make the best decision for the team and if you lose then accept the criticism.”Tottenham were excellent in the first half but Chelsea levelled with a fine strike from Pedro just before the interval and went ahead courtesy of Victor Moses’ goal six minutes into the second half.“After that game, you feel proud. We came from Monaco and that was tough to be out of the Champions League,” Pochettino said.“I think the answer of the players was clear. It was the right mentality and a good performance, but we lost.“If you analyse the result, 2-1 for Chelsea – congratulations. But if you analyse the 90 minutes, we played well.“We played very well for 44 minutes and conceded a great goal from Pedro. If you analyse the whole game, we deserved the minimum of a draw,“It’s easy to explain; they were clinical in front of goal and we weren’t.” See also:Chelsea top after beating Spurs againConte savours Chelsea’s derby victoryChelsea v Tottenham player ratingsBoss Conte hails Chelsea transformationConte backs Blues keeper Courtois  Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! This “Destroys” ED x ‘Genius Pill’ Used By Rich Americans Now Available In Netherlands! x One Cup of This (Before Bed) Burns Belly Fat Like Crazy! x Men, You Don’t Need the Blue Pill if You Do This x What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed! x Drink This Before Bed, Watch Your Body Fat Melt Like Crazy x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Spartans, Lady Spartans named to all league teams

first_imgRed Bluff >> Three softball and five baseball players were selected by league coaches to be members of the Eastern Athletic and Sacramento River All League teams.Senior Allyson Drury was selected at second base for the softball team. On the baseball team, Spartans second baseman Payton Edwards was selected as an infielder, Austin Youngblood as an outfielder, Tanner Tweedt at catcher and Kolby Button at pitcher. Button, Edwards and Youngblood are seniors, Tweedt a junior.Honorable mentions …last_img

Groundspeak Weekly Newsletter – May 2, 2012

first_img SharePrint RelatedGPS Adventures Maze Travels to ColoradoJanuary 21, 2013In “Community”Groundspeak Weekly Newsletter – January 12, 2012January 12, 2012In “Groundspeak’s Weekly Newsletter”Groundspeak Weekly Newsletter – May 5, 2011May 11, 2011In “Groundspeak’s Weekly Newsletter” GPS Adventures Maze in OhioTest your geocaching knowledge and sense of adventure inside a life-size maze. Explore the twists and turns of the GPS Adventures Maze Exhibit starting this May in Ohio. You can navigate the fun, interactive museum exhibit at the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery in Dayton, Ohio May 25th through September 3rd. You will learn the inside story of GPS technology, unlock navigation history, and discover geocaching fun facts as you chart a course through the family-friendly maze. Those who log the maze even earn the unique GPS Adventures Maze Exhibit cache type icon.Boonshoft Museum will host a meet and greet event for geocachers on May 25th from 10:30 am until noon. They’ll be joined by Groundspeak CEO Jeremy Irish. The opening event is the perfect time for those on their way to the GeoWoodstock Mega-Event to visit the maze, which is only 200 miles away!For future Maze locations, please visit www.gpsmaze.com.HAPPY BIRTHDAY GEOCACHING!With the flip of a proverbial switch, the idea of geocaching flickered to life 12 years ago. On May 2, 2000, at an order from the U.S. President, Selective Availability (the intentional degradation of the GPS signal available to civilians) was turned off. Civilian GPS devices instantly became 10 times more accurate. The original geocache was placed one day later. It was hidden in the U.S. state of Oregon on May 3, 2000.In the geocaching community, we refer to the demise of Selective Availability as the “flipping of the great blue switch.” Although there never was a literal switch, the results are undeniable. Geocaching spread around the globe. Now you can use Geocaching.com, or one of the Geocaching.com smartphone apps to embark on adventures to more than 1.7 million active geocaches hidden around the world. The geocaching community has ballooned from that original small group of GPS enthusiasts to more than five million people.Connect with your geocaching community. Share your stories about your first geocaching experience on the Geocaching.com Facebook page.Share with your Friends:Morelast_img read more

Green Multifamily Projects in the Neighborhood Stabilization Program

first_imgRecently, I was talking with another Neighborhood Stabililization Program technical advisor (NSP-TA) and he said that he heard somewhere that multifamily projects made up 30% of all NSP. I was shocked. I guess because so much of the work I do, day-to-day, is single-family oriented, it hadn’t even occurred to me that multifamily had such a stake in the NSP game!New resources — EGC 2011 criteria: single-family AND multifamilyA few weeks back, I wrote about the release of the Enterprise Green Communities 2011 Criteria. The response has been amazing. We have heard wonderful feedback from all of the faithful users and some new ones out there. Thanks to you all.Well, the technical team is back — and they are heavy-hitting around multifamily. All you multifamily NSP-ers out there…check this out! It’s a new resource to bring to your next meeting with your architect…Enterprise Green Communities just released a sample set of multifamily specifications that align with the 2011 Criteria. They are impressive. I know, I know… I may be a little biased — especially considering I know how hard my fellow team members worked on producing them (along with our faithful expert TA providers) — but they really are good.New EGC MF webinarAlso — check out the webinar EGC just conducted on the new MF criteria (oops for the late notice!).Enterprise Multifamily Mortgage FinanceAlso — a note for those of you working on multifamily mortgage financing: Enterprise Investment has a department that focuses totally on permanent debt financing. They are an impressive – and growing – group! Check them out here: Enterprise Multifamily Mortgage Finance.Tell me about your multifamily NSP projects. Let’s compare notes. I have one I am working one, but I am only talking about it if someone asks…last_img read more

Ruckus in Haryana Assembly

first_imgThe Haryana Assembly Monday witnessed an hour-long ruckus during the Zero Hour when Speaker Kanwar Pal disallowed INLD’s adjournment motion on the SYL canal issue, following which the opposition members staged a symbolic walkout from the House. As soon as the Zero Hour began, INLD’s senior leader Abhay Singh Chautala, who is also the Leader of Opposition in the Assembly, sought to know from the Speaker the fate of his party’s adjournment motion moved over non-completion of the Sutlej Yamuna Link canal. However, the Speaker disallowed the motion, saying “the matter is sub-judice and therefore, cannot be taken up in the Assembly for debate.” Dissatisfied with his reply, Mr. Chautala said, “There is no issue concerning SYL which is pending before courts.” Congress’ Karan Singh Dalal said, “Employees of various departments are protesting on the streets, but the government has invoked ESMA to crush their democratic right to protest.” Mr. Chautala also made a mention of the Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA), saying “it has been invoked to create fear among employees so that they do not raise their voice in the future”. “How can this (SYL) be disallowed…there is nothing pending before court. Is SYL issue not important? Should it not be discussed in the House. First and foremost, this issue should be taken up,” Mr. Chautala said.Slogans against govt. Later, the Indian National Lok Dal members raised slogans against government. The Congress MLAs raised slogans and dubbed the government as “anti-farmers, anti-traders and anti-employees“. As the ruckus in the House continued, the INLD members staged a symbolic walkout to protest their adjournment motion on SYL being disallowed.last_img read more