The German Leipzig has made official the signing of the Spanish end Dani Olmo. As AS advanced on January 23, the Spanish international leaves Dinamo Zagreb, a club he arrived with at the age of 16 from Barcelona, to sign for the current leader of the Bundesliga.The transfer figure will be around 30 million euros and also includes a series of objectives that can make it reach 45. The player signs until 2024 and will take number 25.Thus, the German team has advanced to other greats in Europe they had also knocked on Olmo’s door and especially to two Spanish clubs: Atlético and Barcelona. The rojiblancos were very close to achieving their signing last summer and became interested again in this winter market, but did not achieve sales that allowed them to approach the operation. Barcelona, meanwhile, wanted to incorporate it into this winter market but also did not finish taking the step. “Of course, I know the growth trajectory of RB Leipzig in recent years. It is a young and attractive club, that convinces me for its philosophy of developing talented players and placing their trust in them. Now I am looking forward to integrating, meeting the team as quickly as possible and being in the field with the teammates. I would like to contribute my strengths and help the team stay at the top of the table and be successful in all competitions for as long as possible, ”he says in statements collected on the German team’s website.
Line Johansen arrived this summer at EDF Logroño looking for a new experience far from his native Denmark. What the Danish international did not know is that the coronavirus crisis would leave her locked up in her home in La Rioja for more than a month. Without her family, friends or soccer, which brought her to Spain, the goalkeeper has been writing a newspaper about her confinement with the Ghanaian Grace Asantewaa and a Spanish physiotherapist. The guards told the Danish players union Spillerforeningen about their experience and Fifpro echoed his words: “I will never forget one of the first nights. It was raining and all you could hear were the police cars driving through the streets telling people over the speakers to stay inside. It felt like there was a war going on.” , related the Danish.“It seems like a bad movie. A surreal movie. I walk all day inside my flat and feel like I’m in a bubble. It’s hard to understand that so many terrible things are happening outside.” sentenced. The caretaker acknowledged that living with two partners helps: “If I had been living alone … Just the idea of not having any social contact.” “It can be a little difficult to live a football life. I moved to a new country with a new language completely alone.” He explained why the support of his roommates has been very important: “It’s not that my housemates and I did a lot of things together every day, but we exercise once a day and it gives a little extra energy. We talk, we train and we laugh together. I’m really grateful for that.” A few important workouts to keep fit: “I’ve been doing power circuits, stair treads and races in the garage basement.”For Johansen, physical exercise is more than just being fit, it is therapy: “Training also has another function for me. That has been the case for the past few years. It is like a valve to me. If I’m frustrated or sad, I can train and feel much better afterward. “ His diary and fear of going outThe goalkeeper of EDF Logroño writes a newspaper about her experience: “It is about being better living in the present. I don’t want to say that they are all happy days and that you should always be positive because life is not like that. But this diary is something I’ve been trying since spring because I may have a tendency to focus on the negative. “ he explained. And he stressed the importance of those writings: “In fact, I think this journal means more than I am aware of.” A health crisis that has made him reflect and change: “The things I’m thankful for now are different than before the coronavirus. Some days, it’s tasty strawberries or sunshine on the balcony. Other days, it’s the biggest and most existential things. Every day, I write that I am grateful for the good health of my friends and family. “Line has not come out too much since the crisis began, although his starting idea was different: “At first, I thought it was great that we could go to the supermarket because I could at least get fresh air every day. But I’ve only been to the supermarket six or seven times. I don’t feel like going outside.”. In her bunker she feels safer: “Here, inside my flat, is the place where I feel safest. It’s okay to be here in my bubble.” He also talked about football and the return of the championship: “Our Copa de la Reina semifinal against Athletic was postponed due to the coronavirus. We hope to continue playing that important game, but there are still no instructions for us to return to training. ““To be honest, I’m amazed at my mental strength. I know it sounds a little cheesy, but actually I am. There are so many reasons to sit down and surrender, but this is not how I have addressed it, “stated the EDF Logroño’s guards. Johansen knows that there is still left and the road is not being easy: “Some days are tough. But it’s about finding motivation in what you do.”
Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra KEY RUNThe Raptors used an 11-0 spurt in the second to open a 12-point edge.“Once we started to get stops in the second quarter, it enabled us to start running and getting layups on the other end,” Wright said.ROTTEN FROM RANGEThe Clippers finished 2 for 12 on 3-point shots, their fewest made 3-pointers of the season.BOARD MEETINGToronto outrebounded Los Angeles 56-36. The Raptors had a season-high 59 rebounds in a double-overtime win at Washington on Jan. 13.UP NEXTClippers: At Charlotte on Tuesday nightRaptors: At Philadelphia on Tuesday night. Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Toronto Raptors forward Kawhi Leonard (2) drives around Los Angeles Clippers guard Avery Bradley (11) during first-half NBA basketball game action in Toronto, Sunday, Feb. 3, 2019. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP)TORONTO — The rested Toronto Raptors made quick work of the weary Los Angeles Clippers.Kawhi Leonard scored 18 points, Serge Ibaka had 16 points and 12 rebounds and the Raptors beat the Clippers 121-103 on Sunday for their 10th victory in their last 11 home games.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ View comments Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Philippine Army to acquire MANPADS, self-propelled howitzers Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Before the game, Los Angeles coach Doc Rivers bemoaned the lack of rest his team got following a 5 p.m. start Saturday in Detroit, in which the Clippers erased a 25-point deficit to beat the Pistons 111-101.“This is a ridiculous back-to-back,” Rivers said.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsAfter watching his team trail by double digits throughout the second half, Rivers said he decided not to push his players and risk injuries.“I felt like this was probably going to be a second-half game for us, you know, if we could keep within string distance and maybe steal it in the second half, but we just didn’t have anything,” he said. “That’s why I took guys out. Lou Williams had 18 points as the Clippers lost for the third time in four games.Toronto improved to 8-0 when playing with at least one day of rest and facing an opponent playing the second game of a back-to-back. The Raptors are 4-0 at home in such games.“That’s a good stat,” Wright said. “I guess we’re taking advantage of that.”Ibaka has a career-best six straight double-doubles, Toronto’s longest streak since Chris Bosh had eight in November 2009.Pascal Siakam and C.J. Miles each had 15 points, and Delon Wright added 14. All-Star guard Kyle Lowry sat out because of a sore back. Lowry also missed six games in December and January because of back pain. Fred VanVleet started in Lowry’s place.The Raptors bounced back after losing at home to Milwaukee on Thursday night, their first home loss since Dec. 9.“We were on national TV and I felt like we just dropped the ball,” Wright said about the 105-92 loss to the NBA-leading Bucks.TIP-INSClippers: F Danilo Gallinari (back spasms) missed his ninth straight game. … Clippers owner Steve Ballmer attended the game. … Williams won the first of his two NBA Sixth Man of the Year Awards with Toronto in 2015. … Gilgeous-Alexander said he left tickets for more than 50 family and friends.Raptors: Toronto is an Eastern Conference-best 16-6 against Western Conference opponents. … G Malachi Richardson (right knee) missed his second straight game. Ray Parks returns, Alab Pilipinas extends win streak to 6 Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. “We had dead legs. I thought you could see it defensively, we weren’t moving our feet. It was one of those schedule losses, really. I thought it was going to be a tough night and it was.”Clippers guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander said fatigue was “definitely” a factor in the outcome.“It’s hard to play a whole other 48 minutes in less than 24 hours,” the rookie said.Gilgeous-Alexander, born in nearby Hamilton, had 19 points to lead Los Angeles.“He came in and played great,” Rivers said. “He was the bright spot.”ADVERTISEMENT
Natural gas and oil activities in British Columbia are regulated under the OGAA.The Ministry of Natural Gas Development says, amendments will allow industry to adopt new operational improvements.Natural gas and oil activities in British Columbia are regulated under the OGAA.The Ministry of Natural Gas Development says, amendments will allow industry to adopt new operational improvements.As well, amendments will further define a landowners’ right to appeal permits issued on private land and remove the risks associated with unnecessary appeals which could delay oil and gas development.The amendments will also remove an exemption for a small number of legacy pipelines. Permits will be retroactively issued and the pipelines will continue to be subject to the requirements of the Act and compliance and enforcement actions by the BC Oil and Gas Commission.The natural gas and oil sector has changed significantly since the PNG Act was last updated in 1982. The amendments introduced today will modernize the Act and will streamline the administration of natural gas and oil subsurface rights, creating a more consistent approach for all three tenure types – permits, leases and drilling licences.Fines will be updated so they align with penalties in other jurisdictions.Changes will also permit the Province to modernize tenure practices, and remove duplication with tenure-related laws.Amendments to the Strata Property Act will make it easier for strata councils to carry out their responsibilities by removing regulatory barriers for strata corporations and owners, explaining requirements and clarifying definitions within the Act. The amendments will confirm that paying for and accruing funds to pay for a depreciation report is a legitimate operating fund expense and can be approved by a majority vote.Collectively, these amendments will increase investor confidence in natural gas and oil development, giving companies further clarity about crown land tenure management.- Advertisement –
Chief Roland Willson of West Moberly First Nation says the provincial government has ignored alternatives to Site C, even after a federal Joint Review Panel found there’s “no need for the power and excess power would be sold at a loss.”B.C. Hydro plans to build a third dam on the Peace River, which is said to flood more the 5,000 hectares of land and swamp more than 330 recorded archaeological sites.Tory Media reports high levels of methylmecury in fish as a result of rotting vegetation from the previous two dams and restricting fishing has resulted from major projects.- Advertisement -A collaborative study between the David Suzuki Foundation and Global Forest Watch Canada found 28,587 kilometres of pipelines, 45,293 kilometres of roads and 116,725 kilometres of seismic lines used for oil and gas exploration within the Peace region.A court challenge by First Nations is expected to hold up the $7.9 billion project if the province decides to proceed this fall.B.C. Hydro spokesperson, Dave Conway says they’ve talked with more than 50 aboriginal groups in hundreds of meeting since 2007 and “will continue to look for mitigation measures.”Advertisement One solution being discussed to ease tension is an ‘impact benefit agreement’, which means either a lump sum payment, payments over time, cash equivalent benefits or agreements around provincial Crown land.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — A man is wanted by police for warrants on numerous offences, and Fort St. John RCMP are asking the public to be wary — as he may be in the region.41-year-old Kenneth Raymond Wagman is not originally from the area, but police have reason to believe he may be in the Peace.He is wanted on numerous warrants from multiple provinces — including one for a breach of probation out of Newfoundland in September 2014. Earlier, he was wanted on five counts for failing to comply with an undertaking, and three counts of failing to comply with conditions from January to April 2013, out of Alberta.- Advertisement -Anyone with more information is asked to contact Fort St. John RCMP.
The result sent the pitch into frenzy with Kakamega fans who had thronged the [itch breaking into song and dance, bellowing Isikuti tunes to celebrate the conquest while some, to calm their nerves that were almost bursting from pressure.The Green Commandos will now meet Central Region’s Olbolosat who shocked pre-tournament favorites St. Anthony’s Boys Kitale with a 2-0 result in the other semi-final match.“I am very happy that we have won today. It was tough and I expected it to be that way because no team qualifies to the semis to lose easily. The other side St. Anthony’s has been eliminated and we all saw what they did to us yesterday. It has followed them there and they are out,” Kakamega High School head coach Brendan Mwinamo said.Kakamega High School fans carry their goalkeeper Brian Opondo shoulder high after they won their penalty shoot out against Dagoretti High School during their National Secondary School Ball Games semi-final tie at the Hill School in Eldoret on July 27, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluLast year, Kakamega failed to reach the final after losing to eventual champions Upper Hill High School in the semis.On penalties, it was a high pressure affair. Simon Omondi stepped up forst for Dagoretti scoring his kick though Kakamega keeper Brian Opondo had a touch on the ball. The Nairobi region were handed a massive advantage when Boniface Ooko struck the upright for Kakamega.However, they could not ride with the luck as skipper James Peter sent his effort wide despite sending the keeper the wrong way.Handed a new lease of life, Kakamega embraced the second chance they had and scored their next two through Evans Odhiambo and Joshua Otieno who struck brilliant kicks.For Dagoretti, Shabaan Machozi scored but his teammate Joshua Onyango took a disastrous weak kick which was easily saved by Kakamega keeper Opondo. Henry Atola took Kakamega 3-2 up with a well struck low effort.Gilbert Omondi’s fifth strike for Dagoretti was a brilliant take into the top right of the roof, putting the pressure on Kakamega skipper Alpha Onyango in Kakamega’s last effort.Cool as ice, the Gor Mahia midfielder stepped up to send his side into the final.It was a tough fought battle between the two sides with the match going to the full length, 120 minutes.Kakamega High School’s Joshua Otieno takes on Dagoretti High School’s Benson Charo during their National Secondary School Ball Games semi-final tie at the Hill School in Eldoret on July 27, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluThe two sides had close chances to score with Joshua Otieno coming closest for Kakamega with a thunderous shot from distance which the keeper scrambled to punch away.In the second half, Kakamega were almost punished in the 67th minute when Alpha lost the ball cheaply in midfield, Finlay Osorio picking up and driving into the box but his shot came off the upright.Five minutes to the end of the regulation 90 minutes, Dagoretti came close again with Mwachozi’s snap shot from range coming off the crossbar.Dagoretti hit the crossbar once again late in added time when Osorio broke through off a counter to shoot low on the right.Meanwhile in the girls’ category, Kwale Girls will meet Archbishop Njenga in the final after beating Nyanza’s Kobala 3-2 in an entertaining but tense tie.Kwale came into the match with confidence especially having eliminated defending champions Wiyeta in the first round.Red hot skipper Elizabeth Kioko who has been the team’s engine throughout the championship scored a quick double within five minutes, breaking the deadlock after 10 minutes of play with a header off a corner before adding the second with a delightful chip over the keeper.Action between Wiyeta Girls and Kwale during their National Secondary School Games in Eldoret on July 25, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluThe hard fighting Kobala however pulled one back, the pressure bearing fruit forcing Keale defender Lencer Achieng to turn the ball into her own net.In the second half, Kobala came out with force knowing the game was within touching distance, but their pressure was punctured when Lucy Kwekwe struck the third for Kwale with a well taken shot from outside the area.The girls from Nyanza upped the ante despite being two down and eight minutes from time, hopes of a comeback were up in full force when Anney Matinde scored Kobala’s third after going past her markers before striking a belter.Nonetheless, Kwale defended well, clearing all the balls that fell within their line.In the other semi, Arch Bishop Njenga sailed to the final with a 2-0 win over Nginda Girls, Violet Wanyonyi and Brenda Masibo scoring the important goals in either half.0Shares0000(Visited 6 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Kakamega High School’s Alpha Onyango vies for the ball with Dagoretti High School’s Deng Marko during their National Secondary School Ball Games semi-final tie at the Hill School in Eldoret on July 27, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluELDORET, Kenya, Jul 27- Kakamega High School went through a tense penalty shoot-out before edging out Nairobi’s Dagoretti High School 4-3 on post match penalties to sail through to the National Secondary School Games final at the Hill School in Eldoret on Friday afternoon.The game was forced into penalties after a 0-0 stalemate in regulation time and skipper Alpha Onyango who turns out for record Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia stepped up to the pressure to score the decider and send Kakamega through.
TAYLOR, B.C. – On Monday, at a District of Taylor Council Meeting, Council made a decision to award contracts for the development of the Jarvis Crescent Subdivision.Out of seven contract bids, the District decided to award a $3.39 million contract to S. Young Enterprises to construct the subdivision, with Urban Systems being awarded a $128,000 direct award for project management services.According to the District, the design for Jarvis Crescent was tender ready and put out for bid on March 14, 2019 with a three-week tender period, closing on April 4, 2019.- Advertisement -Since Urban Systems possessed an in-depth involvement from the start, Staff and Council felt that it would be best to award them with the project management services.The Subdivision is located along Spruce Street and is a 22-acre piece of District property that includes 50 lots for new single-family homes.The Subdivision was named in honour of long-time Mayor Fred Jarvis, who served for 28 years and passed away in December 2018.Advertisement
LIFESTYLE AND FASHION WITH MAIRÉAD: Hello folks, I hope you all had a great week, but there is just nothing like that Friday feeling is there? It just never gets old, I feel like everyone is just naturally happier on a Friday (in comparison to a Monday anyways!!).So last week was pay day and like many I popped into the pharmacy to pick up something which I needed and came out with 5 other things which I didn’t, always seems to be payday habit doesn’t it?! Everything seems so cheap until you put it altogether and bang! you’ve made an immediate dent into your budget which wasn’t accounted for!This week I decided to do a little review on the products which I purchased, like fashion I do not claim to be an expert on beauty or beauty products whatsoever and I’m always learning about new fashions, styles and trends etc, but I do know what I like and don’t like when it comes to beauty and fashion and I love trying new things and I just want to share that with you guys!So, the reason I went into the pharmacy was to purchase the CATRICE All Matt Plus. I have quite oily to combination skin, meaning I’m extremely prone to an outbreak of spots every now and again, people tell me I’ll be thankful for the oily skin when I’m older and it helps act against wrinkles but sure I can already see a few of those coming through!!I’m generally very loyal to my Estee Lauder Double Wear Foundation, which is oil free, shine free, gives a great coverage and is long lasting but it can be quite heavy for everyday wear.The CATRICE ALL MATT plus was recommended to me and I thought I’d give it a try. It’s also much cheaper than Double Wear, retailing at 17.99 s, CATRICE ALL MATT plus claims to be oil free as well as controlling shine and lasting up to 18 hours.I tried this foundation out over the weekend and was extremely happy at first as it gave a great coverage instantly and was very easy to apply. I’m a firm believer that your skin can get very used to products after a certain amount of time, therefore becoming less effective and trying out new products on the skin can been extremely effective, which is what I found with this foundation.My Estee Lauder foundation just didn’t seem to be giving as good a coverage as it was and the CATRICE just gave an instant coverage with a lighter feeling and it didn’t feel in any way oily on the skin either. It also lasted really well throughout the day, I did notice a little shine appearing after several hours but nothing too major.Fast forward to Monday and I was back to work and the long busy days. I began to notice that the foundation just wasn’t lasting as long as was over the weekend (when I wasn’t doing all that much!!).My skin definitely began to oil much more quickly meaning the foundation just wasn’t lasting throughout the day, especially on areas such as the T-Zone and the jaw line. It may have something to with the new primer I was using- we will come to that!! All and all, for its price the CATRICE ALL MATT plus is quite good value for money and I’m quite happy to have changed things up a little for the Double Wear.This foundation though is for the slower-paced days rather the days you’re on the go from early morning, do not expect it to last the 18hours that it says it will!!.I would rate it about 6.5/10. The next two items I purchased are from the NYX collection, although I didn’t intend to make these purchases, these products had also been recommended to me (for my oily skin) and when I seen them I just couldn’t really resist. The shine killer is a little expensive at 15.99 as NYX products are generally very reasonably priced, but I thought it would probably be worth the money so why not!This primer comes in a clear gel form, making it extremely easy to apply and spread across the face, which I love, unlike some matte primers which can be like spreading paste and feel clumpy on your skin. The NYX Shine Killer gives a lovely moisturised, healthy feel to the face but I will admit I noticed quite early on, after my make-up application, that my face was beginning to shine.This product just did not seem to kill the shine or keep my make-up in place at all. As I mentioned above, perhaps my foundation would have lasted longer having a better base, so this product definitely gets a thumbs down from me and a rating of 4/10. On the other hand, the NYX HD concealer I think is extremely good value for money. At just 7.99 you couldn’t go wrong could you?!. This concealer is said to be a dupe for the more expensive NARS brand and that, it is!!Don’t get me wrong it won’t last completely throughout the day especially, if you’re on the go all day but it definitely has a certain degree of longevity and gives a great coverage without creasing and unlike many other concealers, it doesn’t feel oily on the skin whatsoever.I would rate the HD Concealer at 7.5/10 I went real old school with my next product, the Max Factor pan stick. I know! I know! Pan stick is not good for oily skin types what-so-ever but I do like to use it as more of a highlighter than a concealer but it does both!It gives a good long-lasting coverage and I think there is a nice dewy look and shimmer tone to it, making it work well in the areas you want to highlight. The product itself is so easy to apply and you only need to apply a tiny bit to under the eyes and forehead, meaning it will last you ages.However, I could be my own worst enemy using this with my skin- type! I will recommend it as a highlighter to anyone with normal or dry skin though!Finally I decided to give myself a little pamper this weekend (on the extreme cheap) and picked up a hair and face mask as well as a lip plumper and moisturiser in my attempts to get my Kylie Jenner lips!!Generally I actually make a home-made face mask of oats and honey, which I really like for rejuvenating and calming the skin but I decided to pick up the Earth Kiss Mud Mask to exfoliate the skin. At 2.95.I wasn’t expecting very much at all from the mask, I suppose we know they’re not really going to work at that price but sure they make us feel better about ourselves and feel a little pampered don’t they? And that’ all that really matters!!I will say however, I was pleasantly surprised as my pores definitely seemed tighter and smaller after just one use. This is definitely a product that could be used on a weekly basis if you have open pores like me, that are in need of a bit of firming up!Macadamia, Moroccan and Argan oil just seem to be everywhere these days don’t they? But do they really actually work? I used these products quite often in my hair and this weekend I used the Macadamia hair mask, I’ve used it several times this week in fact- in order to get the best results.And although my hair does feel a little softer and looks somewhat more feather-like, it still feels dry. I definitely don’t think the hair masks adds moisture back into or repairs the hair and therefore a stronger more intense hair mask is most definitely needed for that, but if your just looking for lighter feeling hair with a little added shine then this is the thing just for you!!And lastly, I spotted this Lip Plump moisturiser in the corner of my eye and thought I’d just try it out for a bit of fun, it seemed a much easier way to get plumper lips than Kylie Jenner’s method of sucking a shot class until you lose your breath!And it was only 2.99….could this actually enhance my non-existent lips? No! Not really! It definitely does the moisturising part that’s for sure and there is an instant tingling feeling with a slight plumpness to the lips but that wears off within several minutes and probably something that nobody else will notice only yourself, but I suppose I knew that when I bought it!As I said, sometimes these small pampering session all are about making us feel better about ourselves on the inside as opposed to actually making us look better on the outside! So I guess I’ll just have to wait for another day to get my Kylie lips!So guys that’s my product reviews, hope you enjoyed it! Why don’t you treat yourselves to a little home pampering session this weekend, remember if we feel good about ourselves on the inside it shows on the outside…or so they say!!!Have a great weekend everyone,Until next week,MairéadXXLIFESTYLE AND FASHION WITH MAIRÉAD: MAKE-UP AND SKINCARE PRODUCTS REVIEWED was last modified: April 15th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare 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:BloggingFashionFashion and Lifestyle with MairéadFeaturesmake-upnewsReviewsSkincare
A child who fell and banged her head off the edge of a table in a Co Donegal creche has been awarded €7,500.The child, who was almost three years old at the time of the fall in 2013, sued the owners of the Letterkenny creche through her parents. The case arose at Letterkenny Circuit Civil Court.The girl, who was two years and nine months old at the time of the incident on April 19th, 2013, suffered a laceration above her left eye as a result of the incident.Judge James O’Donoghue heard she was taken to the Emergency department at Letterkenny University Hospital where she had stitches inserted.The court was told she was left with a scar over her eye.Judge O’Donoghue approved the damages offer of €7,500 after hearing evidence from Gareth McRory, B.L., instructed by solicitor McGinley and Company Solicitors.Child who banged her head at creche awarded €7,500 was last modified: March 22nd, 2019 by StephenShare 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:compensationCrécheheadletterkenny