#WATCH #GE16 Niall Collins tops Limerick county poll crediting party’s ‘hard…

first_imgFacebook Niall Collins Linkedin TAGSfeaturedLimerick General Electionniall collins Minister Collins welcomes €418,662 in Limerick outdoor funding Taiwanese Community Donate PPE to Rathfredagh Cheshire Home RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Advertisement Print Previous articleShannon aviation gatheringNext article#GE16 first count results from Limerick constituencies Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Twitter Collins confirms €390k from third tranche of COVID-19 Stability Funding Andrew [email protected] at the Limerick count centre at the University of Limerick Sports Arean, Fianna Fail General Election candidate and Limerick County constituency poll topper Niall Collins has said that that the “hard work” done between elections has paid off for his party who have almost doubled their candidate return in Friday’s election.With all boxes opened and tallied in the county constituency, Collins returned with 12,085 first preference votes  with the likely quota set at 10,977.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up 65 per cent of the electorate turned out for Friday’s election and gave the outgoing TD 28 per cent of the vote.Fine Gael candidates Patrick O’Donovan, a sitting TD in the constituency and his party stablemate and local councillor Tom Neville have taken a combined 37 per cent of the first preference votes.Deputy O’Donovan has so far returned almost 8,500 first preference votes while Cllr Neville, son of outgoing TD Dan Neville, is sitting in third place with just under 8,000.In a constituency where transfers are still likely to decide the final order, Independent candidate Emmett O’Brien is still not out of the running despite a tallied first preference gap of in the region of 2,500 votes. NewsBreaking news#WATCH #GE16 Niall Collins tops Limerick county poll crediting party’s ‘hard work’By Staff Reporter – February 27, 2016 713 Email Collins welcomes his appointment as Minister of State No vaccines in Limerick yet last_img read more

February Jobs That Pay Update: #AmazonInPA, PA Business One-Stop Shop, 21st Century Workforce Development, and Community Investments

first_imgLike Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf February Jobs That Pay Update: #AmazonInPA, PA Business One-Stop Shop, 21st Century Workforce Development, and Community Investments By: The Office of Governor Tom Wolf Jobs That Pay,  Round-Up,  The Blog,  Workforce Development This month, Governor Wolf continued making the case for #AmazonInPA, launched PA Business One-Stop Shop, and announced an ambitious $50 million workforce development plan and investments expected to create and retain more than 3,700 jobs across the commonwealth.Governor Wolf also terminated Pittsburgh’s outdated status as a distressed municipality, making it the second city and the 14th municipality to exit the program.One Step Closer to #AmazonInPAAmazon named two Keystone cities — Pittsburgh and Philadelphia — as potential homes for its second headquarters, making Pennsylvania one of only two states to have more than one city under consideration.Ensuring PA’s Workforce is Ready for 21st Century JobsThis month, Governor Wolf outlined an ambitious plan to ensure Pennsylvania’s workforce has the skills and education to lead in today’s economy. The governor proposed a first-of-its-kind $50 million strategic investment in job training and the launch of PAsmart, a realignment of workforce development that focuses on 21st century job training spanning across K-12 education to apprenticeship programs.Launching PA Business One-Stop ShopStarting or growing a business in Pennsylvania? Earlier this month, Governor Wolf launched PA Business One-Stop Shop — a sole source to guide entrepreneurs and small businesses through all stages of development.Investing in Infrastructure and Community DevelopmentGovernor Wolf continued to invest in Pennsylvania communities with more than $74 million in water infrastructure projects and funding for 79 community development projects and 45 highway, pedestrian, and waterway projects.Highlights from January – February 2018Governor Wolf Announces VF Corporation to Expand into Pennsylvania, Creating More Than 175 New JobsGovernor Wolf Statement on Two Pennsylvania Cities Making Amazon ShortlistGovernor Wolf Announces Approval of Seven Business Development Projects Projected to Create More Than 2,300 Jobs StatewideGovernor Wolf Announces Investments in 79 Community Development, Infrastructure Projects in Monroe and Surrounding CountiesGovernor Wolf Announces PAC Worldwide to Create More Than 160 New Manufacturing Jobs Through Expansion into PennsylvaniaGovernor Wolf Celebrates Schools Demonstrating Career and Technical Education ExcellenceGovernor Wolf Announces $74 Million Investment in Water Infrastructure Projects in 11 CountiesGovernor Wolf to Reaffirm Commitment to Public Education, Skills Training in 2018-19 BudgetGovernor Wolf to Expand Job and Skills Training, Launch PAsmart Initiative in 2018-19 BudgetGovernor Wolf’s Budget Aims to Bolster Economy, Workforce through Education, Skills TrainingGovernor Wolf Launches PA Business One-Stop Shop to Support Pennsylvania EntrepreneurshipGovernor Wolf Announces New Approvals for Low-interest Loans to Support 20 Small Business Projects in 13 Counties, Supporting More Than 1,100 JobsGovernor Wolf Announces 45 Multimodal Transportation Projects to Benefit 22 CountiesGovernor Wolf Announces Transportation Investment to Support City of CoatesvilleGovernor Wolf Announces Pittsburgh Has Emerged from Distressed Status Under Act 47Governor Wolf Reinforces Commitment to Rural Communities, Local Infrastructure with New InvestmentsHighlight from Instagramcenter_img February 14, 2018 SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more


first_imgA 31-year-old Derryman has claimed a Letterkenny crook was the source on his dodgy DVD and CD sales, he claimed in court.Colin Bernard Hasson, from Ederowen Park in Derry been given a suspended sentence and fined more than £1,200 for selling counterfeit DVDs and CDs at a car boot sale. He was also sentenced to four months in prison suspended for two years at Limavady Magistrates Court.District Judge Paul Copeland said that this was a serious offence and often merited a prison sentence.He added that a lot of people “lose out” in this kind of fraud.Hasson faced a total of eight charges relating to the sale of the goods on 10 October 2010.The court heard that police were at the car boot sale in Greysteel to combat the sale of counterfeit goods.Police took photos of two men selling DVDs and CDs and plain clothes officers bought some from Hasson.Police then seized 700 films and 55 CDs and a sum of cash.When interviewed Hasson said he had bought the goods off a man in Letterkenny and he knew they were counterfeit. The street value of the goods was put at around £2000.A defence solicitor told the court that despite appearances that his client was involved in the making or selling of these, he was really at the bottom of the supply chain.The solicitor said that when Hasson was asked about burning the films onto discs he said he did not know how to and a search of his home did not uncover any equipment for copying.He added that his client had been out to make a “fast buck” but was now out of pocket as he had had to borrow the money to buy the initial stock.LETTERKENNY MAN SOLD ME DODGY DVDs – CROOK CLAIMS was last modified: May 26th, 2011 by gregShare 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)last_img read more