Foyle MP Mark Durkan is calling for more to be done to create jobs West of the Bann.It was announced earlier this week that there are now over 15,000 people unemployed in Derry, Limavady and Strabane.And according to the latest figures Derry is still Northern Irelands dole capital.Mr Durkan says more needs to be done to create jobs in the region…………. WhatsApp Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire WhatsApp 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Pinterest News Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Google+ Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Twitter Pinterest Facebook Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By News Highland – March 22, 2013 Facebook Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Twitter Durkan calls for action to create jobs west of the Bann Previous articleDerry – Coleraine rail line reopens as ‘Into The West’ seek extension into DonegalNext articleSoccer – Finn Harps v Longford Town Preview News Highland
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Commissioner Luis Díaz Valencia, head of the San Antonio PDI Anti-Narcotics Brigade, stated Chile’s location makes it a narcotrafficking hub. “Due to our proximity to cocaine-producing countries, our nation’s ports are likely to be used for trafficking via this modus operandi.” Using the “parasite technique,” drugs are attached to a ship’s hull in a torpedo-type metal container, which is welded to the ship’s structure under the waterline. When security forces inspect a hull, they study each section of the vessel that is underwater following a procedure established by the United Nations. First, the captain of the ship is notified, then security forces study the ship’s plans to identify, in detail, the parts of the vessel that are underwater. Security forces then establish a dive plan. Joint operation The Chilean Navy’s Directorate General of Maritime Territory and Merchant Marines (DIRECTEMAR) is bolstering the nation’s fight against maritime drug trafficking with the support of the Investigations Police of Chile’s (PDI) Underwater Operations Team (EOS) by inspecting the hulls of international vessels arriving at domestic ports. Known as the “parasite technique”, the amount of narcotics attached to ships’ hulls has increased “because it allows drug trafficking organizations to safely transport drugs to ports around the world,” DIRECTEMAR Commander Zvonimir Yuras Cárdenas said. DIRECTEMAR’s Immediate Response Group (GRI) and the PDI EOS conducted their first joint inspection on April 22nd in the port of San Antonio, located 117 kilometers from the Chilean capital of Santiago. They searched the hull of the Western Baltic, a vessel out of Manila, Philippines, that was roughly 200 meters long and 10 meters in height. Organized crime groups hide drug loads inside big vessels like the Western Baltic that use the port of San Antonio. Naval and police forces selected the ship because it corresponded to a risk profile based on its journey prior to arriving at port. It reached Chile from the port of Callao, Peru, and had previously gone through a port in Costa Rica, which is another area prone to drug trafficking. By Dialogo June 08, 2016 In the case of the Western Baltic, a team of six Naval and police divers conducted the inspection in 45 minutes. They were supported by the Maritime Authority of San Antonio’s LSR “Arcángel” boats, a Zodiac, and equipment, including dry diving suits, and communication and underwater vision devices, as well as medical assistance. This preventive inspection was the first and will be the only action unveiled to the national media because the work involves classified information and aspects of the operation are confidential. When security forces find drugs, the narcotics must be photographed, videotaped, and measured so they can be presented as evidence in court. Currently, security forces are focusing preventive inspections in ports in the country’s central area before expanding into the northern area to “prevent Chilean ports from being the victims of criminal organizations,” Commissioner Díaz Valencia stated. Security forces did not find any drugs on the Western Baltic. However, “conducting these inspections is a deterrent strategy for criminal gangs because there are cooperation agreements between countries with whom all this intelligence information is shared to support combating trafficking at the global level,” Cmdr. Yuras explained. The last time security forces found drugs concealed using the parasite technique was in the port of San Antonio in 2010. An effective deterrent DIRECTEMAR, also known as the Maritime Police, uses its 11 technical directorates and regional government offices throughout the country to monitor maritime labor and vessels entering territorial waters. DIRECTEMAR and the PDI Anti-Narcotics Brigade, which will establish an annual inspection plan, are scheduled to inspect the hull of an international ship in June.
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Madrid: Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has said his objective is to improve the team in 2020 following a difficult 2019 in which the Spanish powerhouse failed to pick up any silverware.”We dropped points, that’s a reality Zidane told a press conference on Friday. “But it’s a complicated season in which it’s difficult to secure points all the time because there are teams that play well. The most important thing is to give everything, that’s the strength of this time,” Efe news quoted him as saying.”We are going to try to improve in 2020,” he added.He said players had returned from the Christmas break motivated to get working ahead of the Supercopa tie against Getafe on Saturday.”The fight always goes on. I would underline the desire we have to get out and play again.”Looking into the second half of the season, Madrid faces a tough campaign domestically in La Liga and on a European level in the Champions League.”Failure would be to not try, to not give everything.”At the end of the day, only one team wins La Liga and the Champions League and the rest are not stupid.”He once again dismissed links between him and Manchester United’s Paul Pogba, who has been tipped for a possible move to the Santiago Bernabeu for several months.But he did give a special mention to Isco Alarcon, whom he said he identified with. “I identify with all of my players but it is true that, because of the position he plays, I identify more with Isco. He’s an important player and he is demonstrating it.” IANSAlso Read: We are not looking to avenge our loss to PSG: Zinedine Zidane Also Watch: Team India captain Virat Kohli addresses media ahead T20 match in Guwahati
Donegal star Ryan McHugh will be a key man for Kilcar on Saturday.Our Under 21s play Ardara in the county semi-final this Saturday, check our website for update on time and venue. Our seniors and reserves got walkovers at the weekend as Malin did not travel, our reserves are due to play Naomh Conaill this Sunday at 1:30pm they still remain top of the table with just two games remaining while our seniors finished third in division one.Scor Na NogBig congratulations and thank you to all the young people who took part in Scor Na Nog this year, although none of the acts got through to the next level they all scored exceptionally well considering the high level of talent on the night.Ten Week Development Draw Week Three Winners: €1,000 James Carr, Letir, €500 Anna O’Donnell, Ardara, €300 Michael Doherty, Bogagh€200 Concepta Doogan, Kille, Michael O’Donnell, Ballymoon and Majella O’Donnell, Ballymcfadden.AGMThis year’s AGM takes place on Saturday 5th December in The Parish Hall at 8pmClub App We are up to 192 members on our FREE mobile app if you would like to sign up just follow these steps to download your free team App for CLG Chill Chartha.1. On your phone or iPad go to the app store 2. Search for Team App 3. Install Team App to your phone 4. Search for CLG Chill Chartha 5. Log in and register for the CLG Chill Chartha Club app. 6. You will receive an email notification when you are added you to the system.LottoCongratulations to Brid Byrne, Mailinmore the winner of the €5,400 club lotto jackpot winning numbers were: 5, 16, 22 and 23 and lotto plus numbers were: 9, 16, 17 and 24. This week’s jackpot is €2,000.Bingo There was no winner of our Club Bingo so next week’s Jackpot is now €5,800 on 45 numbers. This Sunday’s winners were €150 Breege McCallig, €95 Mairead Gallagher, €70 Brendan O’Keeney, Marie Cunningham (Cuskerry), Kevin McGillycuddy, Grainne Reilly, Bernadette Gillepsie, Margaret Ann McBrearty and Ann Blaine.For the latest news visit our website www.clgchillchartha.com you can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter at facebook.com/CillCharthaGAA and @KilcarGAAPhoto: Club Lotto Jackpot winner Brid Byrne reciving her cheque from John CurranGAA NEWS: KILCAR U21’S FACE ARDARA IN CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINAL THIS SUNDAY was last modified: November 10th, 2015 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:GAASport
Daniel O’Donnell has revealed that he ‘nearly died’ while jet skiing in America for his new RTE series.The world-famous Donegal singer was filming an adventure for Daniel and Majella’s USA Road Trip when he tumbled into the water of a vast Wisconsin lake.Daniel, who has an extreme fear of water, thought that he was going to pass out from the fall. He told the RTE Guide: “I nearly died in the water.“I thought I was going to pass out. I can swim but when I’m out of my depth in the water I have a wild fear of it, when I don’t know what I’m dealing with. I thought I wasn’t going to manage it.”His wife Majella overcame her own struggles for this sports feature on the show, which premieres on Sunday 10th March.Majella had to deal with her bad balance from a perforated eardum and her arthritis to climb on the shoulders of a Mad-City Ski Team member and cruise 10ft in the air. “Yes, I was absolutely terrified of the waterskiing. It felt high,” she admitted.“There was also the problem that I’m not that agile and when I was on his shoulders, I had to wrap my legs around his back to grip on, but I’m very stiff like that as I have a bit of arthritis.”Daniel and Majella’s USA Road TripThis high-action segment is just one of the unusual experiences that Daniel and Majella will take on in the new series of Daniel and Majella’s USA Road Trip. The go-getting couple has always dreamed of going on a road trip across America, and when an invitation to play in North Dakota came up, the opportunity was too good to pass.Deciding to take a less direct route to the concert, Daniel and Majella landed in Chicago a few weeks before and took a unique road trip deep through the Mid-West of America in an RV.In the first instalment of Daniel and Majella’s USA Road Trip, we see the couple being introduced to their new RV for the first time. However, viewers will find that the romance of hitting the open road in an RV is very different to the reality.The scenery of Wisconsin, Minnesota, South and North Dakota is breathtaking, and the rolling plains of The Badlands are stunning, but life in an RV would test any couple.Majella revealed how the O’Donnell’s came to love their cosy RV, but by the time the trip was over it was definitely “time to go home”.Lots of laughs, some tears and tons of surprises are in store for Daniel and Majella’s USA Road Trip. Fans of Daniel and Majella are all looking forward to following their journey of a lifetime this Sunday at 9.30pm on RTE One. Daniel reveals how he overcame near-death experience on US Road Trip was last modified: March 6th, 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)Tags:Daniel and Majella’s USA Road TripRTETVUSA
DD Motoring correspondent Brian McDaid looks at the historical and very important role of ambulance drivers in Donegal.A small Donegal crest stitched to a pilgrim’s backpack on the road in the recent Camino Walk was the link that got two strangers talking.The one with the crest had it as a memory of her childhood growing up in Donegal, where her father’s profession brought his family to live in Letterkenny. Advertisement The other walker, Rosaleen, a native of the town tried in vain to remember the family but nothing was coming to mind.Both walkers about to head on their separate ways, the lady with the Donegal crest suggested the maybe they didn’t live that long in Letterkenny and that possibly was why she couldn’t remember her family.James Molloy pictured at the front door of his home at No3 Rosemunt Lane who was Letterkenny’s first Ambulance driver.“Possibly’ Roseleen replied, feeling slightly deflated, Rosaleen asked. ‘So where did you move to then?’, Ah just out as far as Newtown,” was the stranger’s reply, ‘Newtown –Cunnigham’ Rosaleen replied, “Newtowncunnigham,” Rosaleen said quietly to herself. ‘Now, I know you’.It was the key to open a memory that Roseleen forgot she had. Here she was far from home on the Camino de Santiago, sometimes known in English as the “Way of Saint James” and Rosaleen has remembered another James from her childhood memory growing up in Letterkenny, that of her late father, James Molloy. Advertisement James Molloy was an ambulance driver employed by the Donegal County Council to drive the first motorised ambulance to come to Letterkenny way back in the 1920s in the days of the old Fever and District hospitals in the town.When an emergency call came into the old Letterkenny District Hospital in the middle of the night Dr. JP McGinley would be contacted who lived nearby on the New Line Rd. and then someone was sent on foot down to No 3 Rosemount Lane to get James Molloy. He then would rush up to the old District hospital on foot and fired up the engine with a starting handle on the old Ford Model Y Ambulance.On his arrival back to the hospital especially in the middle of the night with staff off duty the late Dr. McGinley would be out waiting for the ambulance at the front door of the Old district hospital (near to where Mac’s Mace is now) to give James a hand to carry the stretcher up the flight of stairs to the front door of the hospital.Patsy Molloy on his day of his retirement as Donegal Ambulance controller pictured with fellow Letterkenny based Ambulance drivers. Photo Brian McDaid.If an emergency operation was required James would then set off in the ambulance to Newtowncunnigham where the hospital’s anaesthetist lived. This was the memory that Rosaleen recall to her new-found friend on the Camino walk of their two fathers working together all them years again Letterkenny District HospitalRosaleen, (now McCool living in Stranorlar) was the youngest of six children in James and Annie Molloy’s family. They both were from Letterkenny Annie was McCafferty from the Port Rd. Both met in Scotland where they went in search of work, they returned to Letterkenny and set up home at No3 on the Majors Lane just off Upper Main Street also known as Rosemount Lane. James worked for a drinks distributor on the Main St up a lane way behind where Nee’s drapers once was, before he got a job driving the Ambulance in Letterkenny. In an interview for Donegal Daily at the weekend, Rosaleen recalled her memories of growing up in Letterkenny and how her father’s life revolved around his devotion to the responsibility that was entrusted to him when he was the only ambulance driver in his home town.Big TopIn the earlier years Rosaleen recalls here father routine of working as an ambulance driver went there was no time off at all, even though he went to work in the morning and came back in the evening, he might not be no sooner in the door than someone landed at their front door looking for him to go back on a call.A new Donegal registered Ambulance ZP 3331 back in the 1950’s which with both James and Patsy Molloy drove.She even remembers him going to the Duffy Circus with them in Callaghan’s Fields just off the Port Rd. and they would be no sooner in the seats when the Circus master would announce ‘Ladies and Gentle Men, Boys and Girls’ if James Molloy is in the audience can he please make himself known to our staff, and that would be her father away on a call. Roseleen recalled that wasn’t unusual to see her father leaving Rosemount to go to a call on a winters night with a shovel over his shoulder which he would take with him in the ambulance in case he would get snowed in on a call out and would have to dig himself out to get his patient to the hospital in Lettekenny.He father would seldom talk about his job and the difficult journey he would make over his life as an ambulance driver in them early years in Donegal. On a lighter note he often shared the story of a young Donegal fellow who lived in a very remote part of the county who was sent to Dublin for treatment. On the road up he ended up sitting in the front with James and looked with amazement at the crowds of people walking up and down O’Connell St. ‘Man be a fair on today sir with that crowd about’ was his assessment to James of his first view of the capital.In 1953 James’ son Patsy, who started his driving career in a bread van and then a bus for the GNR from Pettigo to Lough Derg was appointed as an ambulance driver at the old district hospital in Killybegs.Patsy Molloy on his day of his retirement as Donegal Ambulance controller pictured with fellow Letterkenny based Ambulance drivers. Photo Brian McDaid.Now both father and son were on the road in their respective district hospitals in Donegal and a picture of a brand new V8 ambulance ZP 3331 which went on the road in the early 1950’s that both father and son drove at different times. James was still working as a driver until he was 66 and suffered a heart attack. He retired in May in 1959 with 30 years service and sadly died that same year six months later on the 15th of November.His funeral had a huge attendance in Conwal, and as an Old IRA member his fellow comrades formed a guard of honour and carried his Tricolour covered coffin for the last part of his journey. Military honours were rendered at the graveside when three volleys were fired over his coffin under the command of Hugh McGrath, Captain in command of the Letterkenny company of the Old IRA, and the last post was sounded by bugler Kevin Dillion.1,000,000 miles and no accidentsIt was reported at the time that the Late James Molloy had travelled over 1,000,000 miles in his role as an ambulance driver and over his 30 years never had an accident, He started out driving an old Ford Model Y and had travelled to every county in Ireland in them early days of emergency transport. This most courteous and careful driver with a million miles under his belt had a ‘Golden Rule for the Road’ which now seems so ahead of his time considering that he passed away over 60 years ago. James Molloy’s Golden Rule was simple “IF YOU DRIVE DON’T DRINK”.James Molloy one of the first Ambulance driver based in Letterkenny.Handing on the BatonI’m sure James Molloy in his final years looked on at the progress of work at the building of new Letterkenny General Hospital but sadly never lived long enough to see it up and running. His son patsy did and moved from Killybegs to take up the position of Ambulance Driver at Letterkenny General Hospital, Patsy took up a very unique role as he also was the first and only ambulance to have his family home within the grounds of the hospital. His family lived in a small single storey flat roof house at the entrance to the main entrance to Letterkenny General hospital known as the ‘gatehouse’Early Sat Nav SystemThe wasn’t a road or a lane in Donegal that Patsy didn’t know and over the years many a new doctor on call would call over to Patsy’s house for directions on their way to a call out the country.Like Patsy’s father James, they were all too aware of what an emergency call could throw up and with poor communications because of hills blocking radio receptions in Donegal, Patsy sometimes used a back up system of navigation for ambulance driver going to a difficult to find address, this involved team work with the doctor who would be called out first especially if they were going up unsignposted country lanes, the doctor would tie off a small strip of white bandage to a tree which would be a signal for the ambulance driver to turn off the road at the junction it was placed. Many a patient’s house was located by this simple system when all the other technology didn’t work. Patsy lived in the gate house at the hospital for 16 years before moving to Glencar. In 1980 he was appointed ambulance controller for all of Co Donegal, which was his job for the next 8 years, Then on the 14th of December 1988 her retied from the service after 35 years of service.Jimmy Sweeney pictured receiving the keys of the Ambulance from Co Donegal Ambulance Controller, Patsy Molloy on the occasion of his retirement, Photo Brian McDaid.That day of his retirement with fellow Letterkenny based drivers like Dominic Doherty, Johnny Walsh, Henry Murray, Bill Good ,Paddy Curran and Jimmy Sweeney to name but a few he symbolically handed over the keys of an ambulance, a Ford Transit, a far cry from the original Ford Model Y that his father started out on all those years before the Father and son gave 68 years service to the sick and incapacitated. Not alone did they both serve as ambulance drivers, they were there to lend a sympathetic ear, they were the patients’ friend, their councillor to patients on very difficult journeys.James Molloy’s daughter Rosaleen, and her brother Patsy’s children Michael and Antoinette and nephew Pascal Blake all made it possible for us to recall the memory of what both this father and son did in their dedication to the service over the years they held on to the old photos and the clippings from newspapers which made it possible for us to remember them both this week.A model Y Ford , believed to be one of the first Ambulance in Donegal IH 482 pictured with nursing staff beside it in the 1920’sDD Motoring: Remembering the role of Donegal’s ambulance drivers was last modified: December 5th, 2019 by Brian McDaidShare 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)
Jamie Ward’s 24th-minute minute goal left QPR facing the prospect of yet another early cup exit.Rangers have never won at the City Ground and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is still waiting for his first win since taking over as manager.And his team went behind in this FA Cup third round tie after being caught on the counter-attack following a corner.Oliver Burke, who has caused Clint Hill major problems, sprinted into the box and his cross-shot was touched in at the far post by Burke.Keeper Joe Lumley, 20, is making his senior debut for Rangers. Alex Smithies, who had been lined up to replace Rob Green in goal, has an elbow problem. Poland Under-18 international keeper Marcin Brzozowski is therefore on the bench.Jamie Mackie, back after a hamstring injury, is playing against his former club – his first start since the opening day of the season – and, as expected, Ben Gladwin started after being recalled from his loan spell at Swindon.There are also starting places for Michael Doughty, whose late father Nigel was Forest’s chairman, Massimo Luongo and Jay Emmanuel-Thomas.Rangers’ only real effort on goal during the first half was a free-kick from Daniel Tozser which drifted wide.QPR: Lumley, Onuoha, Angella, Hall, Hill, Tozser, Doughty, Mackie, Luongo, Gladwin, Emmanuel-Thomas.Subs: Brzozowski, Chery, Faurlin, Petrasso, Polter, Hoilett, Perch. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
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