Home News Community 2019 Remembered: Fire broken out in Portlaoise NewsCommunity Pinterest Pinterest Facebook Twitter Previous article2019 Remembered: Two businesses on Portlaoise Main Street close in JuneNext articleDeaths in Laois – Saturday, December 28, 2019 LaoisToday Reporter WhatsApp Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results 2019 Remembered: Fire broken out in Portlaoise WhatsApp TAGSfire Twitter Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory By LaoisToday Reporter – 27th December 2019 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR This was not the first time the house had caught fire.A fire has broken out in Portlaoise.The fire broke out this evening in the Beechfield estate on the Mountmellick road.It’s believed the fire broke out in an empty house to the front of the estate.Two fire engines are at the scene now.The house is believed to have caught on fire twice in recent times.Once on 23 December and last summer also.We’ll have more updates when more information comes through.SEE ALSO – Check out more from the 2019 Remembered Series GAA Facebook GAA GAA 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin
Author Singtel lights SA 5G network Telkomsel turns on 5G in major cities Previous ArticleSub-Saharan Africa to lead subs growth through 2020Next ArticleTencent to bring controversial game to US, Europe AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 11 JUL 2017 INTERVIEW: Hakan Eriksson, CTO of Telstra (pictured), told Mobile World Live the operator is pushing gigabit LTE to get the most out of its 4G network and “be more 5G-like before 5G comes”.“In principle, the idea is to improve 4G as much as you can and be ready to introduce 5G when it becomes available, but don’t wait for 5G, regardless of if it’s for high bit rate or Internet of Things applications,” he said, adding: “You can still do a lot with 4G.”He emphasised the speed the consumer gets is the interesting thing and it doesn’t really matter if it’s over a 4G network or a 5G network.While 4G started out as a mainstream technology to increase bit rates, Eriksson explained over time the technology also moved the other way, into very segmented NB-IoT applications: “LTE is very flexible, from gigabits all the way down to kilobits.”Telstra, Australia’s largest mobile operator, holds the necessary spectrum for carrier aggregation across multiple bands to enable gigabit speeds, which it demonstrated in January with Ericsson, Netgear and Qualcomm. The operator deployed gigabit LTE in some of Australia’s larger cities, but Eriksson noted the service only runs on mobile Wi-Fi (Mi-Fi) devices as smartphones don’t yet support the technology.The operator conducted 5G tests in September 2016, and Eriksson said it plans additional tests in 2018 as the specifications become more mature.View the full interview here. Related Asia Nokia scores Philippines 5G deal with Dito 5GGigabit LTETelstra Joseph Waring HomeAsiaNews Telstra pushes LTE to “be more 5G like” Tags Joseph Waring joins Mobile World Live as the Asia editor for its new Asia channel. Before joining the GSMA, Joseph was group editor for Telecom Asia for more than ten years. In addition to writing features, news and blogs, he… Read more
University Supervisors for the Elementary Education program arepart-time faculty members at Walden University who serve theRichard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership by regularlyobserving and evaluating teacher candidates during theirdemonstration teaching experience. University Supervisors visitschool settings, working with cooperating teachers and teachercandidates. University supervisors share responsibilities withcooperating teachers and provide leadership for planning,supervising, evaluating, and implementing the Walden curriculum forteacher candidates.ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:· Communicate Walden University expectations for demonstrationteaching to cooperating teachers and school administrators.· Provide cooperating teachers with an orientation to WaldenUniversity and demonstration teaching.· Conduct a minimum number of on-site, in the fieldobservations:Ø 3 observations during the 12 week demonstration teachingexperienceØ Additional observations and communications electronically or bytelephone with Walden students and/or cooperating teachers may berequired when deemed necessary.· Structure conferences with the candidate and cooperating teacher,and provide oral and written feedback.· Complete formal evaluations of the teacher candidate throughoutthe demonstration teaching experience.· Provide the licensure candidate with opportunities for continuedprofessional growth in his or her ability, including support duringthe candidate’s completion of the Teacher PerformanceAssessment.· Serve as a liaison between the university and demonstrationteaching site, offering information and support to cooperatingteachers and site administrators as needed.· Participate in the College of Education’s Orientation forUniversity Supervisors.TOOLS/TECHNICAL SKILLS:To perform this job successfully an individual must be able toperform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listedbelow are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or abilityrequired. Incumbents will be evaluated, in part, based onperformance of each essential function. Reasonable accommodationsmay be made to enable individuals with disabilities to performessential functions.Faculty members are required to have an adequate computer to handlean electronic learning platform, keyboard, pointing device, andcomputer monitor. All other tools are knowledge-based ortraining-based through Walden University. The Faculty Member mustbe able to use Microsoft Office products (MS Word, MS Excel, and MSPowerPoint), zip software, and Adobe Acrobat and must have reliableInternet access as well as alternate access in cases where primaryaccess becomes unavailable.EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:· A master’s degree is required, of which an applicant must holdeither a bachelor’s degree or advanced degree in elementaryeducation.· At least 3 years of teaching experience, of which at least oneyear is at the age/grade level of the assignment.· Verified teaching experience at the level and discipline of thesupervisory responsibilities.· Must have or have held a teaching license (can be expired)· Experience with online technology· Knowledge, skills, and teaching experiences related to diversityand student exceptionalities.· Candidate must live within 60 miles of Leming, TX.LICENSURE and/or CERTIFICATION:Faculty Members must be appropriately credentialed, possess anearned degree in the discipline being taught, and may be expectedto be licensed or license-eligible in order to teach in specificprograms. Faculty Members must maintain their licenses and anyappropriate certifications in order to continue to teach at WaldenUniversity. Faculty Members are also expected to maintain currencywith research by reviewing articles, journals, and presentations.If participating in research, the Faculty Member may publish andacknowledge Walden University.WORK ENVIRONMENT:Work is performed primarily in a standard office environment, butmay involve exposure to moderate noise levels. Work involvesoperation of personal computer equipment for six to eight hoursdaily and includes physical demands associated with a traditionaloffice setting, e.g., walking, standing, communicating, and otherphysical functions as necessary.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreTwo Colombian groups were nominated in February for the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize for their extraordinary commitment to nonviolence in the midst of the country’s 50-year-old conflict and for their example of organized efforts by many Colombians to end that conflict justly and without violence…The Peace Community of San José de Apartadó and the Association of Indigenous Townships of Northern Cauca (ACIN) have responded both nonviolently and creatively to avoid becoming enmeshed in the conflict while protecting their communities and their land.San José de Apartadó declared itself a peace community in 1997. The 1,300 rural villagers pledged not to engage in war, either directly or indirectly, and to look for peaceful and negotiated solutions to the conflict. This declaration caused the armed groups to see them as aiding the “enemy” and brought on numerous attacks and killings despite the flying of white flags. These attacks forced many living in San José de Apartadó to seek refuge in a nearby village to avoid further attacks and persecution.In 2005, the Inter-American Court for Human Rights ruled that the Colombian government was obligated to “safeguard the right to life, personal integrity, security, freedom of movement, dignity, and respect of each individual domicile” of the residents of San José de Apartadó.The second group nominated was the Association of Indigenous Townships of Northern Cauca (ACIN), a grassroots organization of the Nasa people, whose members describe themselves as “communities in peaceful resistance.”Founded in 1994, ACIN strengthens the ability of indigenous townships, with their combined population of 250,000, to negotiate with both the Colombian state, armed groups and the economic interests of landholders. ACIN also supports the communities in creating nonviolent mechanisms of self-protection such as developing security procedures, strengthening community organization, promoting sustainable agriculture projects, and developing national and international ties to other groups. ACIN has received Colombia’s National Peace Prize on two occasions and the United Nations’ Equator Prize for outstanding development projects.Northern Cauca is rich in minerals and provides one-third of the water resources needed to irrigate Colombia’s sugar crop. These abundant resources, combined with their strategic location, have made the region a prime site for commercial interests that have attempted to drive people from the land to make way for development projects.Through the work of ACIN, Nasa communities can respond collectively to disputes or to threats of violence from the country’s various armed factions and resist external pressure to side with any of Colombia’s armed actors. Over the course of the conflict many leaders have been assassinated and threatened. In 2005, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights ruled that nine of ACIN’s leaders be granted protective measures and that the government investigate threats against them.The Friends (Quakers) Nominated the Two Peace GroupsThe Nobel nomination was submitted by The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), a Quaker humanitarian service organization. Like the Quakers, traditional Nasa teachings reflect abstaining from violence.ACIN’s resistance to war is rooted in traditional Nasa teachings, which say all actions affect the balance on which life and well-being depend. Therefore all activities must protect life and strengthen the culture. This commitment includes protecting the land and its resources, asserting the communities’ rights in order to defend their autonomy, while avoiding all violence.The Indigenous Guard is an example of how ACIN has responded to the conflict. The Guard is an organized, unarmed group of 7,000 men and women who volunteer to protect Nasa communities. Carrying with them only a staff to symbolize their office, members of the Guard reject the intrusion of armed factions into indigenous territories and refuse any form of support from armed groups. The Guard has also been a recipient of Colombia’s National Peace Prize.“We’ve had to confront the guerrilla, the paramilitary, the army, and the police — and we’ve been successful. Before, an armed group would come into our community, and because we had no protection, the people would flee. They would become displaced. The armed groups would say, ‘If you don’t leave, we’ll kill you,’” said one founding member of the Guard.In 1947, the American Friends Service Committee, along with their British counterpart, received the Nobel Peace Prize on behalf of Quakers worldwide for humanitarian service during and after two world wars. AFSC has its national headquarters in Philadelphia and offices in 22 countries.The AFSC includes people of various faiths who are committed to social justice, peace and humanitarian service. Its work is based on the belief in the worth of every person and faith in the power of love to overcome violence and injustice.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore
(READ the story at MSNBC)Thanks to Joel Arellano for submitting the story to our Facebook page! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMorePeter Shankman was shocked after he jokingly Tweeted that he had survived a bad travel day and was “starving” on an airplane, wishing for a Morton’s steak.The nearest Morton’s was over 20 miles away from the airport. Yet, someone at the company’s corporate offices had seen his tweet, ordered the meal, and had someone drive over 20 miles to deliver it. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore
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“I know for a number of years in recent times, Connacht were very grudgingly involving themselves in the Railway Cup. It appears to me that the Connacht Council didn’t really have any great love for it, particularly in recent years,” the new Louth manager said. The future of the GAA’s interprovincial series is up in the air after Connacht confirmed they didn’t expect to take part in the competition again. The GAA announced in August that the series would not proceed this December. Last year’s winning Interprovincial football manager Peter McGrath (pictured above 3rd from the left at the launch of last years event) feels the Connacht decision not to participate will kill off the series once known as ‘The Railway Cup’. Connacht secretary John Prenty said today: “We feel it has run its course and we decided at the beginning of the year that we wouldn’t compete this year. I don’t think we’ll take part again but what the other three provinces will do again I don’t know.”In their 1950 and ’60s heyday the competitions attracted large crowds, but interest has dwindled since the club finals took over their previous St Patrick’s Day date in the calendar and they have regularly been shunted around the fixture diary or even cancelled. Last year’s football final saw 150 people attend the Ulster v Connacht football final in Carrick on Shannon. It remains to be seen whether the GAA will attempt to proceed with a three-team format next year or simply scrap the concept.In the 90 year history of the competitions, Connacht won 11 Interprovincial hurling titles and 10 football titles. Their last hurling win was in 2004 and their last football success came in Tuam Stadium in 2014 after a gap of 45 years.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Round one scores (complete)Flogas Irish Amateur OpenRoyal County Down at the Flogas AM-AM ahead of the Flogas Irish Amateur Open in Royal Co Down golf club, Newcastle Co. Down Ireland. 15/05/2018.Picture: Golffile | Fran CaffreyAll photo usage must carry mandatory copyright credit (© Golffile | Fran Caffrey) print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email 65 R Dawson (Tramore)68 A Fitzpatrick (England); A Gleeson (Castle)69 J Skov Olesen (Denmark); M Saulez (South Africa); D Hague (England); M Jordan (England); D Rauch (Germany); R Cannon (Balbriggan); K Reitan (Norway); A Wilson (England)70 G Collins (Rosslare); J Hapgood (Wales); B Gill (England); S Watts (Cairndhu); C Thornton (England); N Bachem (Germany)71 P O’Keeffe (Douglas); C Woollam (South Africa); R Mullarney (Galway); G Bloor (England); A Hill (Athenry); J Fox (Portmarnock); J Gough (England); T Nel (South Africa); G Chevalier (France); J Wilson (Scotland); D Langley (England); P Brennan (Belvoir Park); P Melching (Netherlands)72 L Sanges (Wales); E Walker (Scotland); L Shepherd (England); M Hammer (Germany); C Barrow (Scotland); C Strickland (England); E McIntosh (Scotland); M Mitchell (South Africa); J Sugrue (Mallow)73 C Mansfield (South Africa); T Carter (England); J Brady (Rosslare); T Vaillant (France); Q Debove (France); J Cope (England); R Williams (England); R Brazill (Naas); J Yates (Naas); J Mc Donnell (Forrest Little); N Poppleton (England); D Brophy (Castleknock); B Hutchinson (England); F Hanisch (Germany); C Denvir (Elm Park); B Chamberlain (Wales); J Schaper (South Africa); J Pierse (Portmarnock)74 C Lamprecht (South Africa); F Carr (Kirkistown Castle); R Neergaard-Petersen (Denmark); M Norton (Belvoir Park); J Mis (England); A Maguire (Laytown & Bettystown); T Vahlenkamp (Germany); A Edwards-Hill (England); A Petit (France); C Rafferty (Dundalk); J Sundborg (England); S Done (England); B Anderson (The Royal Dublin); K Cantley (Scotland); S Easton (Scotland); T Clements (England); J Davies (Wales); B McKenzie (England)75 B Jones (England); M Waite (England); C Farr (England); R Williamson (Holywood); D Germishuys (South Africa); J McMahon (England); D Howie (Scotland); J Johnston (Scotland); G Lenehan (Portmarnock); R Foley (Switzerland); A Flanagan (England); A Grant (Dundalk); M Martin (England)76 S Locke (Scotland); A Plumb (England); O Huggins (England); R Moran (Castle); D McAleenon (Edenmore); J Glenn (England); R Pierse (Grange); T Thurloway (England); D Brown (England); J de Bruyn (Germany); H Goddard (England)77 J Madden (Royal Portrush); J Whelan (Newlands); P Coughlan (Castleknock); M Ryan (New Ross); N Muller (France); W Nienaber (South Africa); J Bolton (England); M Power (Kilkenny)78 A McDougall (Scotland); A Laussot (France); K Egan (Carton House); T Plumb (England); J Gaunt (England); H Foley (The Royal Dublin); L Abrial (France); R Dutton (Tandragee); G Petrozzi (England); E Farrell (Ardee); P Mullins (Wales); T McLarnon (Massereene)79 R Black (Hilton Templepatrick); D Coghlan (Portmarnock); J Fletcher (Warrenpoint); D Mary (France); T Sloman (England)80 E Smith (Laytown & Bettystown); O Crooks (Bushfoot); D Kitt (Athenry); W Porter (Scotland)81 J Walsh (Castle); W Small (Tandragee); G Frimodt (Denmark); M Lamb (England); T Shin (England)82 D McNeill (Scotland); J Paterson (Scotland); C Woodroofe (Dun Laoghaire)83 R Knightly (The Royal Dublin)86 M d’Harcourt (France)
Scorers for Galway: Donal O’Shea 0-10 (6f, 1 65, 1 pen), Dean Reilly 0-3, Diarmuid Kilcommons 0-2, Sean McDonagh 0-2, Oisin Flannery (Padraig Pearses 0-1), Oisin Flannery (St Thomas 0-1), Colm Cunningham 0-1, Evan Duggan 0-1.Scorers for Kilkenny: Conor Kelly 0-7 (7fs), Darragh Maher 0-2, Ciaran Brennan 0-2 (0-1 s/l), Cian Kenny 0-2, Jack Buggy 0-1 (1 sideline).GALWAY: Patrick Rabbitte; Michael Flynn, Shane Jennings, Oisin Salmon; Shane Quirke, Sean Neary, Evan Duggan; Jason O’Donoghue, Oisin Flannery; Diarmuid Kilcommins, Oisin Flannery, Adam Brett; Dean Reilly, Donal O’Shea, Niall Collins.Subs: Colm Cunningham for O’Donoghue, Connell Keane for Brett, Sean McDonagh for Flannery, Ian McGlynn for Flannery (45), Keelan Creaven for Collins (49).KILKENNY: Jason Brennan; Padraig Dempsey, Jamie Young, Dylan Crehan; Darragh Maher, Shane Staunton, Jamie Harkin; Conor Kelly, Cian Kenny; Ciaran Brennan, Jack Buggy, George Murphy; Cathal O’Leary, Jack Morrissey, Killian Hogan.Subs: Eoin Guilfoyle for O’Leary (41), Padraic Moylan for Buggy (43), Jack Doyle for Murphy (52), Killian Rudkins for Hogan (57), Dan Coogan for Morrissey (62).REFEREE: Johnny Murphy (Limerick).print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Audio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/ALL-IRELAND%20MINOR%20HURLING%20FINAL.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. After The game, Galway manager Jeffrey Lynskey spoke to media led by Niall CanavanAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/JEFFREY%20LYNSKEY%20POST%20MINOR%20FINAL.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Here is another chance to hear the Commentary of that outstanding performance with Niall Canavan, Liam Hodgins, Conor Hayes and Sean Walsh Galway’s Minor Hurlers are back to back All-Ireland Champions following their 0-21 to 0-14 win over Kilkenny in Croke Park yesterday.