In 2015, then PokerStars operator Amaya was ordered to pay $290m by Franklin Circuit Court Judge Thomas Wingate. This total was then tripled following a request from the state. Amaya later rebranded as The Stars Group and was acquired by Flutter. Legal 25th March 2021 | By Daniel O’Boyle Read the full story on iGB North America AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Tags: Flutter Entertainment The case originated with a claim that PokerStars offered online gambling to 34,000 Kentucky players between October 2006 – when the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) was introduced – and April 2011, when its US operations were shut down by authorities. Regions: US Kentucky Email Address The Kentucky Supreme Court has denied Flutter Entertainment’s request for a new hearing on a decision that could see the operator ordered to pay $870m to the state over the activity of its PokerStars brand in the state from 2006 to 2011. Topics: Casino & games Legal & compliance Poker Legal KY court rejects Flutter bid for new hearing on $870m judgement Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Flutter said PokerStars made $18m from Kentucky customers during this time period.
Nigeria-German Chemicals Plc (NGC.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Chemicals sector has released it’s 2010 annual report.For more information about Nigeria-German Chemicals Plc (NGC.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Nigeria-German Chemicals Plc (NGC.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Nigeria-German Chemicals Plc (NGC.ng) 2010 annual report.Company ProfileNigerian-German Chemicals Plc manufactures and sells a range of specialty industrial chemicals and pharmaceuticals for the household, industrial and agricultural sectors in Nigeria. The company provides agrochemicals which includes herbicides, fungicides and insecticides; household consumer products include disinfectants, insecticides, detergents, bleaches, personal care products, hygiene products and air fresheners; veterinary/animal healthcare products include anthelmintics, ecto-parasite remedies, anti-infectives, anti-rabies vaccines and feed additives; oil and gas products include demulsifiers, flow improvers, biocides, corrosion inhibitors, flocculants, wax inhibitors and scale inhibitors. Established in 1963 and formerly known as Hoechst Products Nigeria Limited, the company changed its Nigeria-German Chemicals Plc in 1995. Its head offices is in Ota, Nigeria. Nigerian-German Chemicals Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
Phoenix Beverages Limited (PBL.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Beverages sector has released it’s 2015 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about Phoenix Beverages Limited (PBL.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Phoenix Beverages Limited (PBL.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Phoenix Beverages Limited (PBL.mu) 2015 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfilePhoenix Beverages Limited is a Mauritian company that produces bottles and distributes alcoholic and non- alcoholic brews. Under the company’s production line, there are numerous renowned brands represented. With brands such as Guinness Foreign Extra Stout, Malta Guinness and Smirnoff Ice, Coca-Cola, Fanta, Sprite, Schweppes, Dasani and Crystal table water, being produced and sold by the company under the respective contract agreements. The company is headquartered in Phoenix, Mauritius Phoenix and operates as a subsidiary of Phoenix Investment Company Limited. Phoenix Beverages Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
Paul Summers owns shares in Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust, Fundsmith Equity and Smithson Investment Trust. The Motley Fool UK has recommended Dominos Pizza, Fevertree Drinks, and Rightmove. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. Paul Summers | Monday, 22nd March, 2021 | More on: SSON Image source: Getty Images. I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner.But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared.What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. 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Nevertheless, I duly jumped at the chance to top up my holding. But the Scottish Mortgage isn’t the only investment trust I’ve been buying more of in recent weeks. 5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…FTSE 250 stunner In sharp contrast to Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust’s 112-year history, Smithson Investment Trust (LSE: SSON) is still in its infancy. Part of the Fundsmith stable, SSON has only been around since October 2018. Even so, a quick look at its performance should explain why it has already gained a market cap of £2.4bn and inclusion in the FTSE 250. According to its latest factsheet, Smithson has achieved an annualised return of 21.3% since inception. However, quite a bit of this stunning return can be attributed to how the trust performed last year.Over the course of 2020, the share price increased by 31.7%. For comparison, Smithson’s benchmark — the MSCI World Small and Mid Cap Index rose by 12.2%. Even more startling was that cash climbed just 0.3% in value — further evidence that holding anything in cash beyond a ‘rainy day’ fund will never make me rich. This result is yet another ‘win’ for Terry Smith. The strategy adopted by Smithson is identical to that of his much-larger Fundsmith Equity Fund, even though he’s not involved in the day-to-day running of the former. In other words, it buys quality companies at good prices and then does nothing. In practice, this means having exposure to UK firms such as Fevertree, Domino’s Pizza and Rightmove. US-listed consumer credit business Equifax and laser-specialist IPG Photonics also make the cut. But can this form continue?In the near term, it’s impossible to say and that’s a risk for buyers of this trust. Just like individual company stocks, the performance of investment trusts can vary wildly from year to year. Indeed, manager Simon Barnard has already sought to quell expectations by suggesting that 2020’s performance will likely prove an anomaly.This seems very sensible to me. After all, almost half of Smithson’s portfolio is made up of technology stocks and that means volatility. As anyone with an interest in the stock market will probably be aware, these aren’t the flavour of the month at the moment. Thanks to the gradual rollout of coronavirus vaccines, it’s beaten-down leisure and travel stocks that are now attracting more attention.Then again, SSON’s share price has held up far better than that of Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust. At the close of play last Friday, the former was only 5% below where it stood at the start of the year. 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So close: Ben Foden and his Northampton team-mates will be driving hard against Saracens this Saturday Power is the primary attribute that propelled these two brawny teams away from the chasing pack, and each possess flagship ball-carriers at the base of the scrum who can be destructive. Bully Vunipola is Saracens’ talismanic locomotive. Though Juan Smith and co. subdued him affectively, he still beat eight Toulon tacklers from 19 barreling runs – a staggering statistic. If Northampton do not stop Vunipola at source, they will endure a long, grim afternoon.Back in September, Sam Dickinson marauded out of the blocks and dragged Saints to a superb start. Racking up over 180 carries in the competition thus far, the former Rotherham skipper is a relentless workhorse who belongs in the top tier of domestic rugby in this country. However, his influence has waned slightly during recent weeks. Toulon exposed some cracks in the destroy-and-enjoy defence marshaled by Brad Barritt. If he can rouse himself once more, Dickinson could too.Peaking at the right time: SaintsEnginesEven to ardent Northampton fans, Tom Bullough, Marc Finney and Chris Hart might not be household names. That needs to change. Saints’ conditioners are doing a wonderful job and, even as a gruelling campaign enters a cramp-inducing home straight, they are making a difference.Tom Wood and Samu Manoa still look lively in the loose during the fourth quarter of energy-sapping encounters. Their set-piece gets stronger too. You can look beyond the last fortnight for proof. When the finalists last met in April at Allianz, the hosts led 28-10 with eight minutes remaining. Tries from Luther Burrell and George North left them hanging on at the end.That is not to say Saracens are sluggish at all. As the well-worn “wolf-pack” moniker suggests, Borthwick’s charges are experts at sensing weakness and clasping onto the jugular. Clermont and Harlequins, who shipped 20 second-half points on May 17, will testify as much. There is every chance of this Premiership season being up for grabs with seconds on the clock.Ball handling hooker: Saracens’ Schalk BritsWildcards Undoubtedly direct and abrasive, these sides do have their detractors. But to call them mechanical and unimaginative would be one-eyed. A combined total of 145 tries cannot have been manufactured by bludgeon alone. Northampton’s clever lineout, monitored by Courtney Lawes, is an abundant source of five-pointers, but Samoan scrum-half Khan Fotuali’i and full-back Ben Foden are unconventional, ambitious attackers. For Saracens, that role is performed by outstanding South African hooker Schalk Brits, who could easily occupy a spot in the midfield such are his outrageous talents. Alex Goode is intelligent on the counter as well, and has been responsible for many of the 19 scores plundered by Chris Ashton and David Strettle. McCall has encouraged freedom and a fast-paced off-loading style. It stalled on Saturday before Europe could be conquered. We will soon find out if it is good enough to take the Premiership.Find out what is in the latest edition of Rugby World here. You can have the magazine delivered to your home, or you can download the digital edition now! LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS TAGS: Highlight Although Leicester and Harlequins contributed significantly to a pair of intense, exciting semis, there is little doubt that the cream has risen to the top of the Aviva Premiership. In terms of sheer consistency over an arduous nine-month campaign, Saracens and Northampton are worthy finalists. They deserve a chance to slug it out at Twickenham to determine the champions elect from an absorbing season.There will be some intriguing needle – from post-match singing to Chris Ashton’s transfer, there have been a few arguments down the years – and a titanic tussle lies in wait to determine the last man standing. But where will it be decided? Here are five areas.Getting the heads right: Steve Borthwick makes sure his team is relaxed before SaturdayMind-setThis is a starkly contrasting tale. The past week must have stung for Saracens, both emotionally and physically. Defeat to Toulon in Saturday’s Heineken Cup final was characterised by the Top 14 side’s superior muscle. That is tough to take for any professional outfit, let alone one as rugged and macho as Saracens. Pictures of a distraught Billy Vunipola slumped in the Millennium Stadium changing room spoke volumes – Mark McCall’s men were heartbroken. It won’t have been easy to dispel such deep-seated disappointment, though the prospect of handing outstanding captain Steve Borthwick a send-off to remember should serve as inspiration.Northampton enjoyed a far happier trip to Cardiff, defying a sluggish first half to overturn Bath and clinch the Amlin Challenge Cup. Following their phenomenal comeback that beat Tigers, it was the second time in seven days that a resurgent Saints stormed over the finishing line. Those sorts of performances – not to mention the glint of silverware – inject a sense of invincibility. Northampton’s motto last season was “Why not us?” This time round, it should be “Why anyone else?”Living to kick: Owen Farrell will pepper the posts in the finalSharpshootersGeorge Ford gave a 39-minute kicking clinic at the Arms Park on Friday evening, pinning corners and dissecting posts with aplomb in greasy conditions. Then on the stroke of half-time, he dragged a penalty to the left. It foreshadowed two more misses in a strangely panicky second period from the prodigiously talented 21 year-old. All the while, Stephen Myler plodded on.Points were calmly accrued from the tee and Northampton’s attack was directed without fuss. All of a sudden, the game was won. It felt neatly emblematic of Myler’s Test prospects – he has gone under the radar while punters have fawned over Danny Cipriani and other more eye-catching candidates. A quiet, classy, crucial cog in Jim Mallinder’s machine, the Northampton number ten has the temperament to deliver when the title is on the line.Then again, so does Owen Farrell. By far the most incisive Saracen during Saturday’s loss to Toulon, he is improving as a running threat all the time. A haul of 97 points in seven matches at Twickenham for club and country this season does not suggest someone who cowers on the big occasion, either.Bald ambition: Sam Dickinson will hope for final formGainline-busters
“COPY” Villa CD / OOA | Office O architectsSave this projectSaveVilla CD / OOA | Office O architects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/794741/villa-cd-ooa-office-o-architects Clipboard ArchDaily Belgium Architects: OOA | Office O architects Area Area of this architecture project CopyHouses•Oostduinkerke , Belgium “COPY” Photographs: Tim Van de Velde Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Save this picture!© Tim Van de Velde+ 24 Share Manufacturers: EmsländerSave this picture!© Tim Van de VeldeRecommended ProductsDoorsRabel Aluminium SystemsMinimal Sliding Door – Rabel 62 Slim Super ThermalRenders / 3D AnimationEnscape3D Real-Time Rendering SoftwareRenders / 3D AnimationVectorworksVectorworks ArchitectEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System – LINEAText description provided by the architects. The house is situated in a residential allotment with “bungalow” houses from the early sixties, surrounded by dunes, not far from the Belgian seaside. To bring the house into accordance with the surrounding houses and the enviroment and to answer to the building regulations, the design of the house was inspired by the bungalow typology. At first glance it looks like a single storey house. Save this picture!© Tim Van de VeldeNext to the strict building regulations the residents had very specific demands; they wanted to live on the same level as the street, but they did not want passersby to be able to look inside. On the other hand they also wanted the possibility of inviting people, giving them all comfort, without loosing their own privacy. Save this picture!© Tim Van de VeldeSave this picture!PlanSave this picture!© Tim Van de VeldeThe concept of the residence starts from a horizontal concrete plateau that cantilevers against a concrete conical wall. Underground, on the other side of the wall, two hidden rooms with patios provide a counterweight to the horizontal plateau. This conceptual approach answers the specific and seemingly contradictory demands. The bungalow is situated on the new concrete plateau hidden behind the concrete wall. It is carried by the platform, and can thus extend beyond that of the neighbors. It has a completely open view over the allotment behind the house and seems to release itself from the latter. Save this picture!© Tim Van de VeldeThe original site slopes down a full level compared to the rear of the garden.The platform, a table/land, allows the surrounding terrain to remain naturally rough (another building restriction). The main living areas seem to float over the landscape. On the other side, they are embedded in the gardenscape and connected to the street level. Save this picture!© Tim Van de VeldeThe plateau covers a carport situated on the lower basement level. The ramp with concrete staircase next to the slope leads to the entrance of 2 studios and the carport. For reasons of privacy, the studios with bathroom and kitchen are situated in front of the conical wall. A cutout in the horizontal surface has been made for these rooms that each have a courtyard providing air and light. This way, both studios can have big windows while preserving a sense of privacy and intimacy. Save this picture!PlanThe positioning of the bungalow on the plateau creates large terraces for the residence (in the back as well as in the front) which can be used as an evening streetside terrace. The terrace is shielded by the conical wall, which is provided with a composition of cutouts devised to provide the residence with ample light, optimal view and elegant passage. This wall ensures the privacy of the residents while guaranteeing well-choosen views towards the street and the dunes. Save this picture!© Tim Van de VeldeProject gallerySee allShow lessUrban Cabin / DUS ArchitectsSelected ProjectsGebze Industrial Vocational High School / Norm MimarlikSelected Projects Share Area: 305 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs Projects 2015 Year: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/794741/villa-cd-ooa-office-o-architects Clipboard Houses Villa CD / OOA | Office O architects CopyAbout this officeOOA | Office O architectsOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesOostduinkerkeBelgiumPublished on September 08, 2016Cite: “Villa CD / OOA | Office O architects” 08 Sep 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Alexandra Lang The Skiff: April 8, 2021 Linkedin Alexandra Lang is a Journalism and Political Science double major from San Antonio, Texas. She has worked for TCU360 since her freshman year, and she is currently the Executive Editor of The Skiff. printFaculty, staff and administrators listened Monday and Tuesday as students of color and marginalized groups spoke about the hostility and hatred they experience on campus.The listening sessions were called in response to a lawsuit that alleges faculty–including Dr. Diane Snow, the dean of the John V. Roach Honors College–physically and verbally abused an unnamed student during a summer trip to Washington, D.C. Many of the students who spoke during Tuesday evening’s session in the Dee J. Kelly Alumni Center painted a bleak picture of life at TCU. One said she had never been called the N-word until arriving at TCU; others spoke of having their presence in the classroom questioned by faculty. Some suggested the session itself was traumatizing, as students were being asked to share painful experiences. During the sessions, students were also asked for ideas for change. They proposed mandatory diversity training for faculty and staff. Currently, faculty and staff are required to complete anti-discrimination training.The sessions were hosted by Kathy Cavins-Tull, the vice chancellor for student affairs and the Office of the Provost. Ebony Rose, a senior learning and development consultant in Human Resources, facilitated the discussion. The event was organized to give students an opportunity and platform to share their thoughts directly with faculty and the administration. “I think it’s important that our students have an opportunity to share their stories and have their voices heard,” Rose said. “So an open listening session like this is a critical component of campus dialogue that we create spaces where folks can talk with one another.”Cavins-Tull said she is optimistic that the sessions will help the administration find solutions. “The more stories we can hear, the different approaches we can use to make our decisions,” she said. Provost Teresa Abi-Nader Dahlberg also attended.“I’m grateful for the students, faculty, and staff who attended our listening sessions,” she said in a statement. “Especially the students who shared their stories. It is important for us to listen and it is clear we have work to do. I am sincere in my commitment to build upon what we heard these past two days so that we can be the community we aspire to be.”Recorders and cameras were not allowed in the sessions. TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history + posts Facebook World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution The Skiff Graduation Issue: April 22, 2021 Linkedin Alexandra Langhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexandra-lang/ The Skiff: April 1, 2021 Previous articleWhat we’re reading: Deaths rise in coronavirus outbreak; GOP doesn’t have the votes to block witnessesNext articleFormer faculty member sues alleging discrimination Alexandra Lang RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ReddIt Twitter Facebook Twitter ReddIt The Skiff: April 15, 2021 Alexandra Langhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexandra-lang/ Alexandra Langhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexandra-lang/ Alexandra Langhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexandra-lang/ Welcome TCU Class of 2025
Shannon Airport CEO Neil Pakey said, “Our biggest difficulty this year was telling people we could not accommodate them as the event was fully booked in 36 hours. If we had three times the capacity we would still have booked out. After just two years now this fixture is a really popular one on the events calendar,” he said. 19/06/2015 pictured at the Bank of Ireland Runway Night Run 2015 which took place at Shannon Airport on Friday Night.Pic: Don Moloney WhatsApp WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Another finisher was Tipperary All-Ireland hurling title winner and Bank of Ireland Area Manager for the Mid-West Region, Liam Sheedy, “It’s a typical Shannon Airport event; something new and different and it’s suited to all ages and fitness levels. We’re delighted to be involved as sponsors at Bank of Ireland and not least because it is an event that promotes healthy activity and that the proceeds go to two great local charities.” “It was great also to see that the event has not just national but international appeal. We had 14 people alone on a Heathrow flight who came in especially for the event. We had registrations from up and down the country; from the likes of Counties Down, Cork, Galway, Mayo, Kerry and, of course, big numbers from Clare and Limerick”. Email Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live 19/06/2015 Anthony Egan, AB Henderson, Rhebogue, John Shiels, Kilcornan and Kieran O’Curry, Raheen pictured at the Bank of Ireland Runway Night Run 2015 which took place at Shannon Airport on Friday Night. Pic: Don Moloney News2000 raise funds for Limerick’s Milford Care Centre and TLC4CF in ‘Midnight Run’ at Shannon AirportBy Staff Reporter – June 22, 2015 1323 19/06/2015 William Maloney aged 86 from Caherdavin pictured at the Bank of Ireland Runway Night Run 2015 which took place at Shannon Airport on Friday Night.Pic: Don Moloney 19/06/2015 AB Henderson, Rhebogue, John Shiels, Kilcornan and Kieran O’Curry, Raheen pictured at the Bank of Ireland Runway Night Run 2015 which took place at Shannon Airport on Friday Night.Pic: Don Moloney RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 19/06/2015 pictured at the Bank of Ireland Runway Night Run 2015 which took place at Shannon Airport on Friday Night.Pic: Don Moloney Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” 19/06/2015 Gerri O’Donoghue, Bradford pictured with Lynn Collopy, Pennywell, Caroline O’Conner, Kilmaley and Pam Moloney, Monaleen at the Bank of Ireland Runway Night Run 2015 which took place at Shannon Airport on Friday Night.Pic: Don Moloney 19/06/2015 Louise Hann pictured with Shauna, Michelle, Damhnail and Olivia Maguire with James Mulcahy all from Kilmallock at the Bank of Ireland Runway Night Run 2015 which took place at Shannon Airport on Friday Night.Pic: Don Moloney Twitter 19/06/2015 Karen and Angela Glynn, Corbally pictured at the Bank of Ireland Runway Night Run 2015 which took place at Shannon Airport on Friday Night.Pic: Don Moloney Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories TAGSlimerickMidnight RunMilford Care CentreraceRunwayShannonShannon airportTLC4CF 19/06/2015 Paola Amenedo and Luis Morollo – V pictured with Declan Lipper and Vince Fontaine at the Bank of Ireland Runway Night Run 2015 which took place at Shannon Airport on Friday Night.Pic: Don Moloney 19/06/2015 Kathy O’Grady, Corbally and Ciara O’Brien, Raheen pictured at the Bank of Ireland Runway Night Run 2015 which took place at Shannon Airport on Friday Night.Pic: Don Moloney Facebook 19/06/2015 Roland Tarrant, Portlaoise, Portlaoise (centre) pictured with Oliver and Marianne Naughton, Annacotty at the Bank of Ireland Runway Night Run 2015 which took place at Shannon Airport on Friday Night.Pic: Don Moloney 19/06/2015 John O’Donnell, Annacotty, Orla O’Grady, Castletroy, Aoife O’Donnell, Annacotty and Caroline Williams, Annacotty pictured at the Bank of Ireland Runway Night Run 2015 which took place at Shannon Airport on Friday Night.Pic: Don Moloney Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival 19/06/2015 pictured at the Bank of Ireland Runway Night Run 2015 which took place at Shannon Airport on Friday Night.Pic: Don Moloney Print Linkedin Among those who completed the 5km course was Bill Moloney (86), a retired Shannon Airport executive, “In my day we were doing a lot of running around here alright, but not of the type that we had here tonight. It was great fun. The beauty of being 86 is that you can bend the rules so I did it in my own time,” he said. The event winner was well known Limerick athlete James Liddane, who completed the course in 15:57. First lady home was Cushla Hehir from Ennis in a personal best for the 5km of 17:58. Previous article#Pictures – Action from Limerick versus TipperaryNext articleSwimming – Limerick’s Corby represents Ireland at Baku Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie by Austin Dowling | [email protected] almost doubled for the second Bank of Ireland Runway Night Run as 2000 participants, ranging in age from teens to their 80s, took to Ireland’s longest runway in Shannon Airport.This ‘midnight run’, which took place in the early hours of Saturday morning, raised much needed funds for the Shannon Group chosen charities; TLC4CF (Tipperary Limerick Clare for Cystic Fibrosis) and Milford Care Centre, Limerick. Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Advertisement 19/06/2015 Caroline McAuliffe, Letitia Harnett, Jacinta Sheehy and Siobhan Flavin from Newcastle West pictured at the Bank of Ireland Runway Night Run 2015 which took place at Shannon Airport on Friday Night.Pic: Don Moloney
Google+ Pinterest 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Facebook Google+ Twitter Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal News Northwest MEP says Seanad should examine and analyse European laws Facebook Pinterest By News Highland – September 13, 2013 WhatsApp Previous articleGovernment to publish new guidelines on cyber-bullyingNext articleHospital Group to hold major public meeting in Letterkenny next week News Highland WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Twitter Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire A North West MEP says rather than scrapping the Seanad, the second house should be reformed and given a very specific task of examining and analysing EU laws.Marian Harkin says the Dail does not have the time to do so, and what tends to happen is EU regulations are implemented without discussion.This, she claims, has led to situations where farmers and others have founjd themselves constrained by very strict directives which have come straight from Brussels.Ms Harkin says rather than being debated and challenged, all too often such directives are simply rubber stamped……………[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/mhark1pm.mp3[/podcast]