…escape with jewellery At about 20:15h on Friday last, Laing Avenue Georgetown resident Desmond Gordon was crossing the West Ruimveldt bridge between Front Road and Laing Avenue when two masked men armed with handguns confronted him from the opposite direction and relieved him of three gold chains valued $210,000 and two gold rings valued $70,000.The 52-year-old a vendor said he was wearing his jewellery on Friday evening as he proceeded north in the direction of downtown Georgetown when the bandits approached him from the opposite direction, and both men pulled out handguns from their front pants waist. They held him at gunpoint, and one of them relieved him of his jewellery.Both perpetrators then made good their escape in a southerly direction, joining a silver coloured Toyota Spacio motorcar which had no number plate as it sped away in a westerly direction.The matter was reported to the Police, and persons in the area were questioned, but no useful information was received.The area was also checked for CCTV cameras, but none seen. Nevertheless, investigations are in progress.
Celebrations are underway as Radisson Blu Letterkenny have been awarded the prestigious title of ‘Best Bridal Venue’ in the 2019 North West Brides’ Awards for the second consecutive year! 2019 marks over 15 years of weddings at the Radisson Blu Letterkenny, and a substantial refurbishment has been carried out throughout the hotel in the past year. The hotel’s ballroom has received a complete décor update, as well as the new look reception area – Both providing the perfect backdrop for beautiful wedding photos and enhancing the already welcoming ambience for guests. Carnegie Ballroom at – Radisson Blu LetterkennyIn celebration of the award the hotel has a fantastic offer for couples on the lookout for a Dream Wedding Venue: Book your 2020/2021 wedding by 31st August 2019 and avail of the hotel’s wedding packages at a discounted rate – Save up to €1000* on your wedding day!– €43 Lace Package, reduced to €40pp (save €3 per guest)– €54 Satin Package, reduced to €50pp (save €4 per guest)– €65 Silk Package, reduced to €60pp (save €5 per guest) Weddings at Radisson Blu LetterkennyThe hotel specialises in offering a variety of wedding packages that are completely tailorable to suit each wedding couples’ bespoke tastes. For further information or to begin your #SomethingBlu journey today, contact our experienced Wedding Coordinator, Jonathon, on 074 91 94444 or email [email protected] information on our next Wedding Open Days taking place 19th-21st July, visit the hotel Facebook page here – www.facebook.com/RadissonBluHotelLetterkenny/* T&Cs apply. Valid for wedding bookings up to April 2021. New bookings only. Max of 200 guests can avail of the discounted price (room capacity 320). Wedding award success for Radisson Blu Letterkenny was last modified: May 21st, 2019 by Staff WriterShare 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)
HOUSTON — The A’s head into their three-game series against the Astros coming off a 6-2 homestand that was successful mostly due to an unlikely source.The offense is considered the strength of the A’s for 2019. How far they get will depend on the bats of their stars like Matt Chapman, Khris Davis and Matt Olson once he returns from injury. But 10 games into the regular season, the starting pitching, which all spring training was considered a potential weakness, has done a lot of the heavy …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Chef Aaron Braun, Meadowlark Restaurant, took top honors at the Ohio Pork Council’s Taste of Elegance Chef Competition and Legislative Reception, earning the coveted Chef Par Excellence award. Braun was also awarded the People’s Choice award for the second consecutive year.Chef Broc Baltes, Mercy Health, was named Superior Chef, while Chef Tom Tiner, AVI Foodsystems, was selected as Premier Chef.This year, each of the three chefs prepared an appetizer and entrée featuring pork. Judging the event were Connie Surber, past OPC Board Member and longtime supporter of Ohio’s pork industry; Chef Todd McDunn, Resident Director of Food Services, Scotts Miracle-Gro Campus and five-time Taste of Elegance winner; and Greg Lestini, Attorney, Bricker and Eckler.A signature tradition of Taste of Elegance, guests received white gloves and a bone-in pork chop to begin the evening. After sampling assorted flavors of bacon, cheeses and appetizers, they were invited to taste samples from each of the chefs’ menus. Additionally, a selection of Ohio wines was offered by the Ohio Grape Industries while the Ohio Farm Bureau’s Cover Crop Beer was also served.The evening provides a unique opportunity for Ohio farmers to mingle with chefs who have prepared the fruit of their efforts — pork — in unique and exciting ways. Although many farmers have spent their lives raising pigs, few have had the opportunity to dine on what may be considered culinary delicacies.Pork chops, as well as the pork used by each of the chefs, were donated by J.H. Routh Packing Company in Sandusky, Ohio. Event sponsors included the Ohio Pork Council, Farm Credit Mid-America, J.H. Routh Packing Company, Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, Ohio Grape Industries, Ohio Soybean Council, PIC and United Producers, Inc.
Back in the day, it was assumed that heavy Internet geeks were a bunch of basement-dwelling, trenchcoat-wearing, socially maladjusted introverts.However, a new study from the Pew Internet Project shows that geeks, including IM users and bloggers, are more likely to help neighbors, get out of the house, volunteer, and behave as upstanding members of their IRL communities.One of the most interesting findings of the study completely neutralizes the stereotype of the antisocial tech geek. “Mobile phone use, internet use, frequency of use, or participating in social networking services, blogging, photo sharing, or instant messaging, was found to have no relationship with the likelihood of face-to-face contact with neighbors.” That is, Internet geeks are as likely to know and speak to their neighbors as are non-geeks. Factors such as age, marital/cohabitation status, and gender have a much greater impact on local social activity, actually.And although the study found that Internet users were less likely to rely on neighbors for help, its findings also tell us that frequent or dedicated Internet users are a mighty friendly and helpful bunch when it comes to giving support to neighbors. Bloggers are almost 80 percent more likely to do small favors for their neighbors than other groups, and they’re 84 percent more likely to help a neighbor care for a family member, e.g., offer babysitting help. And while Internet users, including photo-sharing folks and IM fans, are more likely across the board to help and hang out with people in their neighborhood, the study also showed that Internet users are almost 50 less likely to lend neighbors money. Insert a pun about teaching a man to phish here.Folks who use sites such as BuildingBulletins or NeighborGoods to connect with people who live near them are also more likely to engage with their community, especially in terms of actively discussing community issues, listening to a neighbor’s problems, or helping a neighbor with chores or errands. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting The study concludes, “As with other local community activities, the relationship between Internet use and participation in public and semi-public spaces is likely a combination of self-selection and an outcome of internet use… The Internet may also enable visits to public spaces through opportunities to coordinate rendezvous and search for new places to visit.” jolie odell Tags:#Digital Lifestyle#web Bloggers and mobile phone users are also 72 percent more likely to belong to a local group or organization such as a charitable organization, a youth sports league, or a religious group. For example, an average single, white person with no children has a 40 percent chance of belonging to at least one local voluntary group. However, that chance increases to 54 percent if that person users a mobile device and 72 percent if that person is also a blogger and frequent Internet user.Another fascinating set of findings completely negate the stereotypical image of Internet geeks as agoraphobic recluses. Internet and mobile users are far more likely than non-users to hit up coffee shops, parks, and restaurants in their communities. Internet users in general are around 50 percent more likely to find themselves in public places than non-users, and bloggers specifically are 60 percent more likely than non-bloggers to spend time in a public park. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts
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InFocus on APTN National News:A symposium was held on the lasting effects of residential schools at the University of Winnipeg.There the Commissioners of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada shared their personal reflections of their journey with residential school survivors.They spoke about the stories they’ve heard and what it has meant to them.Justice Murray Sinclair explains why they as a Commission are not allowed to state legal conclusions about whether Canada is guilty of genocide.On the eve of opening day of the TRC’s 7th and final national event, our guests in Edmonton help put this all InFocus.