Archive for November 2010
The heard that the man methodically “groomed” each of the girls, starting when they were around 7. He committed his final rape last year when he was 86. Read more
In relation to the opening of schools this week (29th November 2010) against the backdrop of bad weather conditions, the Department of Education and Skills has indicated that at present it is a matter for individual boards of management to decide whether local circumstances warrant the closure of the school.
Schools are empowered to make such decisions locally without notifying the Department in advance. Read more
The government has announced the rollout of the FÁS Work Placement Programme to schools.
The programme will allow schools to apply to take on one or more people for a work experience placement for 25-40 hours a week.
The placement period is for a minimum of 2 months and a maximum of 9 months.
Announcing the details Tánaiste Mary Coughlan said that “this is a major extension of the initiative to help and support the unemployed. Read more
‘Our disgraced government once again proved to the Irish people, as if we didn’t need another example, that they are completely incompetent and have mortgaged us all and future generations to protect the EU and the German and French banks that have recklessly lent to our crooked banking system’ claims Cllr Thomas Pringle.
Cllr Pringle polled more votes in the Donegal south west by election on Thursday than Labour’s Cllr Frank McBrearty.
‘The agreement today (Sunday) with the EU and IMF will condemn the ordinary people of Ireland to decades of stagnation and debt’ said Pringle ‘ it will bring our total interest payments to over €13 billion per year by 2013’ continued Pringle. Read more
Saturday 27th November 2010
Willie Duffy Division One:
Cranford FC Reserves p p Gweedore Celtic Reserves
Gweedore United FC p p Ramelton Mariners FC
Glencar Inn Division Two:
Glenree United FC p p Donegal Town FC Reserves
Milford United FC p p Tullyvinney Rovers
Castlefin Celtic p p Mulroy Celtic Read more
27 November 2010; Michael McCann, Antrim, and Karl Lacey of Donegal (right) who both lined out for the 2009 All-Stars. GAA Football All-Stars Tour 2009, sponsored by Vodafone, 2009 All-Stars v 2010 All-Stars, Royal Selangor Club, Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Picture credit: Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE