COIS Fharraige has been brought to a close for another year. Kilkee was treated to over an hour of the Zutons biggest hits as they finished out the musical proceedings. The biggest cheer of the weekend came when the band launched into Valerie mid setLimerick jazz ensemble Jazz Lite played homage to the Beatles with a fab four medley during their set in the afternoon. The Lightning Seeds gave a special acoustic performance while The Stereo MCs sent the crowd wild when they performed their 90’s hit Connected.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Saturday’s headliners The Saw Doctors did what they do best – getting the crowd into the party mood kicking off their set with N17 and sending the crowd home delighted after playing hit after hit. With the weather reaching soaring heights over the weekend, Cois Fharraige patrons gathered in numbers to enjoy the many beach based activities running alongside the music including three time Irish Wind Surfing champion Ryan Coote who demonstrated his windsurfing talents to the Kilkee crowd.The weekend also saw a successful return of the famed Tivoli Cup Racquets tournament. An emblem of a long-running competition that is played against the plastered white walls on Kilkee beach, the game is unique to the seaside town and a favourite of hell raising film star Richard Harris who holds the title for most consecutive victories from 1948-51. This year’s winners were Trevor Whelan and Ronan McDonagh from Limerick and were presented as champions by the Mayor of Kilkee Lily Marrinan Sullivan. Print Facebook Twitter Linkedin WhatsApp NewsLocal NewsCois Fharraige and weather reaches soaring heightsBy admin – September 14, 2009 578 Advertisement Email Previous articleAer Lingus will not use Shannon Pre-Clearance Facilities before 2010Next articleLocal economy in recovery mode admin
Pinterest By News Highland – August 4, 2010 Google+ News Facebook 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal WhatsApp Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Twitter Twitter Google+ Previous articleWoman killed in tragic fall to be buried a week after her weddingNext articleVehicle restrictions imposed on two SACs in Donegal News Highland Facebook Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th WhatsApp Pinterest Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Two teenagers have been found dead at a house in County Derry.It’s reported their deaths may be linked to carbon monoxide poisoning, although police say they’re not able to release any more information. Tests are taking place at the house at the moment.The 18 year olds were found in the Tunnel Brae area of Castlerock yesterday.A third person has been brought to the Causeway Hospital in Coleraine.John McPoland from the North’s Ambulance Service says it’s an absolute tragedy………[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/derry830.mp3[/podcast] 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Two teens die in County Derry of suspected carbon monoxide poisining
Delta’s founding management team has decades of leadership, operational and transaction experience across the midstream sector along with a track record of value creation Delta Midstream announces initial investment led by Warburg Pincus. (Credit: Capri23auto from Pixabay.) Delta Midstream, LLC (“Delta” or “the Company”), a newly formed midstream company, announced today that funds affiliated with Warburg Pincus, a global private equity firm focused on growth investing, have agreed to lead a line-of-equity investment in the Company. Delta, headquartered in Houston, TX, seeks to acquire, develop, and operate midstream assets of scale and will target opportunities across multiple basins in North America.Delta’s senior management team has extensive leadership, operational and transaction experience across the midstream and upstream oil and gas sectors, with a track-record of significant value creation. Delta will be led by the former executive management team of Noble Midstream Partners, including CEO Terry Gerhart, CFO John F. Bookout IV and COO John Nicholson, each of whom will serve in similar capacities at Delta. Matt Slatnick, former VP of Corporate Development at Noble Midstream, and Nick Alfermann, a former senior member of the energy investment banking team at Baird, also join Delta as founding partners.While at Noble Midstream, the team deployed significant growth capital at attractive rates of return and expanded the company from a largely single-producer midstream system at IPO in 2016 to a multi-customer, multi-basin enterprise of scale at the time of their departure in 2019. Collectively, Delta’s founding partners have in excess of 90 years of energy industry experience and $20 billion in transactional experience across the energy value chain as well as deep experience servicing energy customers and operating midstream assets.Delta will pursue a strategy of acquiring midstream assets within both private and public ownership structures across the hydrocarbon value chain including natural gas, natural gas liquids, and crude oil operations. Delta’s focus is on assets of scale with integration opportunities that can be optimized through the management team’s transaction, commercial, and operational expertise.Mr. Gerhart commented, “We are grateful to have the support and confidence of Warburg Pincus to assist us in evaluating a highly opportunistic landscape for energy investing. The firm’s patient capital and experience through multiple energy cycles offer unique advantages as we approach the current midstream environment.”David Habachy, Managing Director at Warburg Pincus said, “We are pleased to partner with Delta’s best-in-class management team and to leverage their industry relationships and strong track record to acquire and develop sizeable midstream assets. This investment underscores our long-term commitment to strategically deploying significant capital within the energy sector.” Source: Company Press Release
Notre Dame students who use Instagram may have received a follow on the photo-sharing app from an account with the username of “Whichprofessornd.” With the goal of sharing course recommendations and the tagline of “Why aren’t CIFs public information?” the page has amassed over 700 followers, with their first post being uploaded April 9. Students are encouraged to fill out CIFs (course instructor feedback) at the end of each semester with the incentive of receiving their final grades about one week early. Students can leave detailed reviews of their instructors and their courses through a comments section after filling out a survey for each. Whichprofessornd contains categories like “Uni Requirements,” “Arts & Letters,” “Menbroza,” and “Science.” The account specializes in giving recommendations of professors and classes to register for, as well as occasionally professors and courses to steer clear of. Until now, the account’s owner has maintained anonymity, save for a few close friends. Although reluctant to reveal her identity, Leilani Tiara, a junior majoring in Science Business, said she believes it is frustrating the CIFs students are encouraged to fill out are not available to younger students.“I feel like I always get screwed over by people saying, ‘Oh, that class is easy,’ but then I don’t know what the workload is like,” Tiara said. “Or, you know what the workload is like but you don’t know what the professor is like … the information is just so vague. I used to fill out CIF’s religiously, like every semester. But the past two years, after freshman year, I never filled out a CIF again. I was like, ‘What’s the point, the information isn’t even going to even be available for the younger kids.” Tiara was prompted to begin the account after asking friends through her personal Instagram about which course to take for her major. Although there are sites like Rate My Professor, Tiara said, “those aren’t updated nearly enough.”“I actually didn’t expect a lot,” she said. “I was having trouble deciding on a management class, and I put a poll on my own Instagram. I got so many responses, and I thought, ‘Why not just put this onto a dedicated account?’ I guess I didn’t expect it to get big. … I think opening it up during DARTing season really helped a lot. … I felt like starting the Instagram could reach a lot more people — not just your friend group.”Through Instagram’s direct-messaging feature, Tiara receives comments and recommendations on courses she posts on her public Instagram story. She said she receives around 30 to 40 responses for posts asking about courses that are University requirements. “It get so confusing. … It depends on the class,” Tiara said. “If i put recommendations for like, theology one — something everyone has to take — I get like 30, 40 responses. A lot of people give pretty good descriptions, but a lot of people request really specific classes, but I try to only do those once in a while.”Tiara said she thinks CIFs are not public information because of the negative nature of some comments.“I think they aren’t public because, at least for me, I only fill out CIFs if I really didn’t like the professor … so it might be negative, and I think the University would have to filter out the comments and it would be too much work for them,” she said. Tiara hopes to continue the account into next year and beyond. “I want to give it to someone else as long as there is still a need,” she said.Tiara said she thinks that as of now, there is a great need for the information in CIFs to be public.“I think CIFs should be public because there is no animosity between the students, everyone here is willing to help,” she said. “That’s the spirit of Notre Dame, so if you need a class, I will tell you honestly how I felt about it. I’m not trying to tell you fake information to screw you over. Since we are a top university in the nation, I can’t believe we still don’t have a proper system for [CIFs] that’s honest. Tags: CIFs, Instagram, teacher evaluations, Whichprofessornd
Greensburg, IN—Legal Aid announces a Free Legal Aid Clinic on Wednesday, February 12 at the Decatur County Public Library. The clinic will be held from 3 pm – 5 pm. The free clinics are offered to low-income residents.The Legal Aid Clinic and Pro Bono Program utilizes local volunteer attorneys, offering free legal consultations to low-income individuals for the provision of legal advice and assistance in furtherance of equal access to justice within our community who might not otherwise be able to afford the counsel of an attorney. Individuals coming to the Legal Aid Clinic can expect to receive a 10-minute consultation to answer general questions, offer legal information, or to receive other limited pro se assistance or advice, in person, on a first-come, first-serve basis. There is no need to register in advance.
Authorities with the Transportation Security Administration say their security officers found a loaded handgun in a flight attendant’s carry-on bag last week at a Florida airport.According to The Orlando Sentinel, officers arrested 28-year-old Joseph Brozyna on Thursday, charging him with carrying a concealed firearm in a prohibited place.The police reports states that the Frontier Airlines flight attendant was passing through security at Orlando International Airport when TSA agents discovered the .40-caliber pistol.Brozyna acknowledged that the gun was his, and told police that he recently had been on a road trip with the gun in the bag, and forgot to remove it.However, a search revealed that his concealed carry permit was suspended.Frontier Airlines has suspended the flight attendant while it investigates the matter.A statement from the airline reads, “The safety and security of all passengers and crew members are uncompromising priorities at Frontier Airlines and we have a zero tolerance policy for any violation of law or security protocols.”