RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Print Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Twitter Previous articleLimerick residents concerned over Foynes railway planNext articleLIT boldly takes space research to where it has never gone before Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Linkedin Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Kieran O’Donnell TDNORTHERN Trust is to expand its operations in Limerick with the creation of 300 new IDA-backed jobs over the next three years.Limerick Fine Gael TD, Kieran O’Donnell, has welcomed the announcement of the financial services sector jobs.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “Northern Trust’s expansion here is a great news story for Limerick, a great vote of confidence in Limerick as a strategic location, and a reflection of the quality of the workforce available in Limerick,” said Deputy O’Donnell.“Furthermore, today’s announcement means that the workforce of Northern Trust in Limerick will reach 1,000 within the next three years. The firm’s growth here since it began its operations here in Limerick in 2007 with 80 employees has been nothing less than remarkable. This is a serious presence by a very successful and innovative financial services company in Limerick,” he enthused. Facebook NewsLocal NewsGood news as 300 jobs are announced for LimerickBy Alan Jacques – March 6, 2015 875 WhatsApp Email TAGSfeaturedFine GaelKieran O’Donnell TDlimerickNorthern Trust WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Advertisement Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories
ID Riva Tours, led by Mr. Selimir Ognjenović and partners from Slavonia, Baranja and Srijem, organized a presentation of Slavonia for all locals and guests at the Days of Croatian Tourism – a tasting of Slavonian specialties and products, with unavoidable tambourine notes. The guests and journalists were delighted, and the main news and topic of conversation was Slavonia, as well as the initiative to hold the Days of Croatian Tourism in 2018 in Slavonia.With the aim of greater promotion and visibility, ID Riva Tours has included in its brochure on private accommodation for next year the offer of private accommodation in Slavonia and Baranja, which will be found for the first time in the main catalog of the German tour operator for 2018. The presentation for the citizens of Mali Lošinj was held on October 24, 2017 on board the M / Y Vita, which was given by ID Riva Tours as a place of presentation to tourist workers from Slavonia, as well as the day after, October 25, for journalists and all participants of the Croatian Tourism Day .”When if not now? After such a great season, isn’t it the right time to point the tourist spotlight towards Srijem, Baranja, Slavonia? We expect the tourism workers to be the first to respondSaid Ognjenovic. As she points out, the director of the Dubrovnik Tourist Board Romana Vlašić, who also supports the Initiative to hold Days of Croatian Tourism in Slavonia, is already arranging the arrival of about 20 Dubrovnik caterers in Slavonia and Baranja for possible food procurement and other forms of cooperation.The following manufacturers were presented:• Agrotourism “Ivica and Marica” from Karanac• “Zlatni Lug” from Požega and Krauthaker wines• “Bio” from Kopacevo – “I love apples”• Restaurant “Josić” & winemaker Josić from Zmajevac• Hotel Maksimilijan Osijek• Baranja Tourist Board• Tourist Board of the City of Požega and Kutjevo• Žito Osijek• Ivo Brzica – winemaker from Erdut• Branko Ognjenovic – “Association Renato – Chefs without borders• Ilok Castle & Ilok CellarThe experience of the Slavonian spirit was completed by the performance of the tamburitza ensemble “TS Panonika Band”.By the way, ID Riva Tours is a leading expert for travel to Croatia, in German-speaking countries with experience since 1994. It has more than 25 employees based in Munich and more than 100 employees ‘on site’.Related news:
The Bali administration has corrected its report of confirmed COVID-19 cases in its jurisdiction: There are three, not four. The fourth confirmed case left the island for another province in the country.The Bali administration’s regional secretary, Dewa Made Indra, said the fourth person had visited Bali for a work-related trip, but the individual later reported to authorities in another undisclosed province.“Therefore, we have corrected our data, from four confirmed cases of COVID-19 yesterday to three as of today,” said Dewa during a press conference in Denpasar, Bali on Saturday. He added that two of the three confirmed patients had died and they were both foreign nationals.Read also: French national found dead on Bali sidewalk tests positive for COVID-19One of the deceased had been cremated while another remained in a mortuary at a hospital, he said.“We are still in coordination with the general consulate of the country from which the deceased originated, on how to treat the body post mortem. That’s the reason why we still keep it at the mortuary.”As of Saturday, the administration had also performed contact tracing of the 217 people who had been in close contact with all confirmed cases in the province and asked them to self-isolate at home. He also said the administration was closely observing 95 others suspected to have the disease.“On the other hand, we can also confirm that 71 suspected patients have undergone COVID-19 tests, with 68 of them having been declared negative and hospitals have allowed them to go home. We are still waiting for the [test results of the] rest,” he said. (glh)Topics :
Read also: Jokowi calls on National Police to uphold humanity, professionalism amid pandemicThe title of the regulation is not to be confused with the Pam Swakarsa paramilitary security forces established by the Indonesian Military (TNI) in 1998 to break up demonstrations. The National Police’s new regulation on Pam Swakarsa only stipulates private security guards such as Satpam or the neighborhood watch (Siskamling).Responding to the regulation, the Indonesian Legal Aid Foundation (YLBHI) raised concerns that security guards wearing similar uniforms to police officers might trigger abuse of power.“There will be groups thinking that as they are legitimized by the police, they feel as if they have more authority than regular citizens,” YLBHI chair Asfinawati told The Jakarta Post on Tuesday.She further lambasted the move saying that the new uniform for private security guards was a tactic to strengthen the police’s legitimacy.“Because they resemble the police and can even be more dangerous because they are indistinguishable.”Asfinawati pointed out that the National Police chief’s regulation itself further risked abuse of power as it stipulated that the private security officers and other groups sanctioned by the police would possess partial police functions, allowing them to carry out public security activities.She also raised concerns that the regulation would allow police to have a wider scope of authority with the private security groups as their extensions.Topics : The National Police now require civilian security guards (Satpam) to wear brown uniforms with a rank badge in order to “honor the profession”, in a move an activist says creates the potential for abuse of power.National Police chief Gen. Idham Azis signed the regulation on private security guards (Pam Swakarsa) on Aug 5, stipulating the uniform change. Private security guards, who previously wore white uniforms for day guards and navy blue uniforms for night guards, will be required to wear five kinds of brown uniform.“In accordance with National Police Chief Regulation No. 4/2020 on private security, there will be a change in the color of the guards’ uniforms,” National Police spokesperson Brig. Gen. Awi Setiyono told tempo.co on Monday. The regulation also adds badges to the shoulder part of the uniform to display the officer’s rank. The badges will display white triangles for officers, red for managers and yellow for supervisors, with the number of triangles ranging from one to three depending on their rank.Awi said changing the uniform’s color to brown, similar to that of the police, was meant to symbolize “closeness” between private security officers and police officers.“[This is to] honor the security guard profession and ignite their pride as those who carry out the limited function of the police,” he said.The regulation states that private security companies will have one year to implement the uniform change. Officers that violate the uniform provisions will receive a warning letter from the police and will have their license revoked if they are found to have violated the regulation three times.
[email protected] A $4.725 million deal has been penned for 19 Hedges Ave, Mermaid Beach. There’s been another eye-watering multimillion-dollar sale for a beachfront house on the Coast’s illustrious ‘Millionaires’ Row’. The Mermaid Beach property, which was in need of an update, fetched a staggering $4.725 million last week. The three-level, five bedroom home on Hedges Ave was bought by a Gold Coast-based family seeking a slice of the high life. MORE NEWS: Gold Coast tenants forking out up to $4000 a week in rent Mermaid Beach is the Gold Coast’s priciest suburb. Mermaid Beach has a $1.385 million median house price making it the Glitter Strip’s priciest suburb, according to CoreLogic data. It is also one of Queensland’s top 10 most expensive suburbs to buy a house. “It’s such a testament to Mermaid Beach and the lifestyle it has to offer — board shorts and thongs, the relaxed lifestyle everyone seems to be attracted too,” Mr Stevens said. “Currently I have two to three high-net-worth individuals on my database who are waiting for me to find another beach house to purchase at Mermaid Beach.” CoreLogic data shows 19 Hedges Ave hit the market in November with a negotiable $5.595 million price tag. It last sold in June 2009 for $4.75 million. The sellers were a Brisbane couple who used it as a holiday home. Harcourts Coastal Broadbeach agent Tolemy Stevens said the buyers were looking forward to enjoying the relaxed beachfront lifestyle they have always wanted. “I’m led to believe they will be doing some sort of update and renovation to ensure it suits their family the best it can and to add a little bit of value to the property, which is always nice,” he said. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa11 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoIt was in need of an update. Mr Stevens said the sale proved the appetite of buyers for prestige real estate had not wavered despite cooling conditions in property felt across the country. “It’s fantastic to see another robust sale on the beachfront of Hedges Ave, proving it is still one of the most sought-after streets in the country,” he said. “While the Sydney and Melbourne markets seem to be having their own challenges, we are seeing a lot of those high-net-worth individuals deciding to look at blue chip real estate on the Gold Coast, in particular Mermaid Beach, instead of choosing to reinvest in their own backyard. “The demand is still outweighing the supply for luxury beach houses on Hedges and Albatross avenues.” Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:37Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:37 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p270p270p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenWhy moving to a ‘sister suburb’ can save you money00:37 The beachfront lifestyle. The five-bedroom house sold to a local family. 5/3531-3533 Main Beach Pde, Main Beach, also sold in an eye-watering deal for $5.5 million. Another hefty sale was settled last week for a three-bedroom skyhome in Main Beach’s Sea building.The $5.5 million sale of 5/3531-3533 Main Beach Pde follows the record-breaking price which was paid for the building’s penthouse at No. 7, which sold for $8.25 million in February. The three-bedroom apartment at No. 5 featured an open-plan design, a home office, gourmet kitchen and a wrap around balcony with water views. MORE NEWS: Gold Coast home charms house hunters with its character
Defending champions Claire Dowling and Tracy Atkin retained the senior women’s Brenda King Foursomes at Gog Magog, Cambridge – to their great surprise.“We thought we’d thrown it away,” said Claire as she recounted the tale of their last five holes: bogey, bogey, bogey, double bogey, par. Tracy added: “It’s a bit of a surprise, we never imagined we’d still win. (Image © Leaderboard Photography)But despite the finish they pulled off a one-stroke win over the Surrey pair of Alison Gee and Debbie Richards, while Staffordshire’s Sue Spencer and Sally Sketcher were third, two shots further back.Sharing fourth prize were the Frilford Heath pairing of Annie Gowing and Kate Evans who have come so close over recent years, having also been runners-up twice and third. “We’re the bridesmaids,” laughed Annie.Claire (Copt Heath) and Tracy (Leamington & County) have played in this event twice and won twice, building on a friendship which dates back to their days as internationals. But, as they came down the 18th at the end of their second round they were planning their ‘retirement’. “We were talking about packing it in – but now we’ll be back next year!” said Tracy.They opened their defence yesterday with a score of 78 on the Wandlebury course, which put them in a share of second place and a stroke behind the Gee/Richards combination.Today, on the Old course, they reached the turn in two-over par, before they began to falter, eventually returning a second round score of 79.Behind them Alison Gee (Walton Heath) and Debbie Richards (Burhill) had lost their slender lead over the front nine but they kept battling, holing a birdie putt on 15 and hitting the pin on 16. With one hole to play they were sharing the lead once more, only to bogey the last to end their challenge.This was also their second appearance in the event, having come fifth last year. “Perhaps it’ll be third time lucky,” said Debbie as she looked ahead to next year.The handicap trophy was won by Sue Spencer (Whittington Heath) and Sally Sketcher (Trentham), who were playing in the Brenda King for the first time. Sue is a past Staffordshire captain, while Sally was simultaneously the second team captain.Leading final scores157 Claire Dowling (Copt Heath) & Tracy Atkin (Leamington and County) 78 79158 Alison Gee (Walton Heath) & Debbie Richards (Burhill) 77 81160 Sue Spencer (Whittington Heath) & Sally Sketcher (Trentham) 82 78162 Annie Gowing & Kate Evans (Frilford Heath) 82, 80; Karen Thompson & Gabi Heuchel (East Berkshire) 79 83165 Julie Ballard (Littlestone) & Sheila Stirling (Royal Mid Surrey) 83 82; Suzette Worthington & Paula Crabtree (Bristol & Clifton) 82 83 2 Oct 2013 ‘Surprised’ champions retain Brenda King foursomes