Moss, who only arrived at the Bulls midway through last season, is one of several former Bulls players attracting interest from elsewhere after the former Super League champions were liquidated midway through last week.Since that news was confirmed last Tuesday, the likes of James Clare, Kris Welham, Adam O’Brien and Alex Mellor have all inked deals elsewhere, with the entirety of the squad becoming free agents.And despite Hull KR already recruiting former St Helens fullback Adam Quinlan to play at the back, Moss has now reportedly attracted the attention of the Robins as they prepare for life in the second-tier in 2017.He would face direct competition from Quinlan and long-serving Robins favourite Ben Cockayne for the fullback role.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The BC Government today unveiled the Climate Leadership Plan.Christy Clark along with Environment Minister Mary Polak have outlined BC’s goals when it comes to Climate Change.They say it will create 66,000 jobs over the next 10 years as well as reduce net annual greenhouse gas emissions by up to 25 million tonnes below the current forecasts of 2050.- Advertisement -Of note, the BC Government will not be increasing its Carbon Tax rate.“We are continuing to lead the way in reducing emissions and creating jobs with the release of our new Climate Leadership Plan,” said Premier Christy Clark. “We are taking action with an approach that balances environmental responsibility with economic opportunity.”When it comes to Natural Gas, this is what the Government has planned:Advertisement “As immediate actions within the plan, B.C. is launching a strategy to reduce methane emissions, regulating carbon capture and storage projects, and using electricity to power natural gas production and processing. These action items will create 4,043 jobs, $527 million in economic activity and will reduce GHG emissions by five million tonnes CO2e by 2050.”“B.C. is making the province’s electricity 100% renewable or clean and fuelling marine vessels with cleaner burning LNG. Creating new, energy efficiency standards for gas fired boilers and expanding incentives to promote adoption of efficient gas equipment are all parts of the plan. These actions will create 554 jobs, $53 million in economic activity and will reduce GHG emissions by two million tonnes CO2e by 2050.”The Government says the plan reflects opinions made by the Climate Leadership Team and feedback that came through two rounds of public talks with stakeholders and citizens, and consultations with sector-specific industry groups.
A Donegal man punched his girifriend, pulled her hair, kicked her and then threw her down the stairs.Kathleen McGrory told Letterkenny District Court that she still lived in fear of her former boyfriend John Hegarty.Hegarty, 31, with an address at 207 Harbour Court, Sligo was charged with assaulting Ms McGrory. Solicitor Frank Dorrian said both parties had lived with eachother at the time of the alleged attack in Stranorlar and there was a lot of alcohol involved in their relationship.Mr Dorrian said his client had been virtually abandoned at five years old and had faced a number of challenges In his life.However since the assault on Ms McGrory, Hegarty had become very friendly with a nun who had taken him under her wing.He has virtually cut out all alcohol and is back studying.However Judge Paul Kelly said he was very concerned that Ms McGrory said she was still in fear of Hegarty.He adjourned the case for a probation report until January 23rd next.MAN PUNCHED AND KICKED GIRLFRIEND AND THEN THREW HER DOWN STAIRS was last modified: November 29th, 2011 by StephenShare 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)