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Church known as a birthplace of LA’s Chicano civil rights…

first_imgAn 1968 photo of the altar at the Church of the Epiphany in Los Angeles, from the La Raza Photograph Collection, courtesy of the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center via RNSThe Rev. Tom Carey, vicar of the Church of the Epiphany, said the church has remained relevant all these years.“It has always been a place that has been at the forefront of social activism,” Carey said.Epiphany has continued to hold Sunday services in Spanish and English online during the pandemic. It offers up its kitchen to prepare meals for delivery to local families and seniors. Clergy have partnered with other groups to address evictions and deportation arrests and have participated in Black Lives Matter protests and rallied for grocery workers demanding hazard pay.To Carey, what makes a place sacred “is what has gone on there in the past” and “what continues to happen there.”In announcing the national designation, the church has launched a GoFundMe initiative to raise $230,000 for a series of renovations. The fundraiser is part of the final phase of the $1 million Restore Epiphany Campaign to help fund the church’s preservation. The church has so far raised more than $780,000.Funds are earmarked toward Epiphany’s leaking basement, which was home to the Chicano newspaper La Raza and stores photos and documentation of the church’s history. The money will also go toward protecting the archives, installing an elevator for ADA-compliant access, and creating meeting rooms for legal and health clinics. They also plan to update the heating and cooling systems. Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Católicos por La Raza members demonstrate in Los Angeles, circa 1970. Photo: La Raza Photograph Collection, courtesy of the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center via RNS.The group called out the Catholic Church for its lack of involvement with the farmworker movement led by Chavez and a lack of support for the walkout movement. The group is known for its 1969 confrontation at St. Basil Catholic Church in Los Angeles, where it clashed with police on Christmas Eve as its members tried to confront then-Cardinal James Francis McIntyre about what they said was the church’s neglect of the poor.Fifty years later, Vazquez-Ramos helped organize a 2020 reunion of the now-disbanded Católicos por La Raza group to commemorate the famed demonstration. It was held at Epiphany.To Vazquez-Ramos, many religious institutions are “about making money.”“But here is the difference,” he said. “The Church of the Epiphany continues to be an institution committed to helping its community.”The church’s recognition, Vazquez-Ramos said, is “historically important to our community because there are so many landmarks that are often ignored because they’re not part of the mainstream of America.”This story was originally published by Religion News Service and is republished here with permission. Rector Washington, DC The Church of the Epiphany in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles recently earned a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. Photo: Alejandra Molina/RNSNow, five decades later, the church has earned a spot on the National Register of Historic Places, the official list of sites worthy of preservation in the United States.This designation is one of a few listings on the Register related to Chicano history. Of the roughly 86,000 designated sites, less than 8% were associated with African Americans, American Latinos, Asian Americans and other minority groups in 2014, according to the Congressional Research Service. The church announced its recognition in late January.“To have that place recognized for what it has done in the community is important,” Lopez said.Lopez said the church was where she learned community organizing and “how to be there for the people.“It was a very special place because it wasn’t conservative, but yet they had the gospel that said we had to act,” she added. “We had to be active on behalf of our brothers and sisters. That became home for me.” Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Submit a Press Release Curate Diocese of Nebraska Rector Martinsville, VA Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Rector Tampa, FL Chicano organizer Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales, center, speaks during a lunch gathering at the Church of the Epiphany in November 1968. From the La Raza Photograph Collection, courtesy of the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center via RNS[Religion News Service – Los Angeles, California] Lydia Lopez was demonstrating in a picket line in 1968 to support Mexican American educator and activist Sal Castro, who was removed from the classroom after participating in the historic student walkouts, when UCLA professor Juan Gómez-Quiñones told her of a party at the Church of the Epiphany.Lopez loved parties, so she decided to go. The Episcopal parish, located in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Lincoln Heights, was embellished with papel picado. Lopez could hear mariachis playing. She recalled being overwhelmed with emotions as she saw how a place of worship embraced her Mexican American identity.“I wept because I needed a place as a Chicana, and I needed a place as a Christian to call home,” said Lopez, who had gone years without being involved in a church after growing up in a Baptist church that she’d come to feel was too conservative.The Church of the Epiphany, founded in 1887, became a center for the flourishing Chicano movement in the 1960s. It’s where activists organized around Robert F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign. It’s where leaders met to plan the East Los Angeles high school student walkouts protesting inequities in their schools, as well as the historic Chicano Moratorium against the Vietnam War draft. Labor leader Cesar Chavez gave speeches in the church hall. In later years, the church played a role in helping Central American refugees fleeing wars. 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Photo: La Raza Photograph Collection, courtesy of the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center via RNS“It’s an important moment to capture the important role of the church,” said Armando Vazquez-Ramos, who grew up in Lincoln Heights after emigrating from Mexico in 1961. “I hope to God it will continue to be an activist, community-minded church.”While Vazquez-Ramos identifies as agnostic, Epiphany has played an important role in his life. He described the church as a “mecca” and a “birthplace” of the Chicano movement.As a college student at California State University, Long Beach, he remembers attending meetings in the church’s basement to help his former high school teacher Sal Castro plan the student walkouts.Vazquez-Ramos’ own faith came into play at the height of the Chicano movement.Raised Catholic in Mexico, he became disillusioned with the church in the U.S., where Masses were in Latin. 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Updating Breaking News: MARKEITH LOYD ARRESTED

first_img Loyd surrendered wearing body armor and with 2 handgunsMarkeith Loyd, the man accused of killing an Orlando police officer, was captured and arrested by law enforcement officers tonight around 7PM at 1156 Lescot Lane in the Carver Shores neighborhood of West Orlando, according to  Orlando Police Chief John Mina.“Markeith Loyd was not captured because of a tip, but by good old-fashioned police work,” said Mina. “It was great police work and I congratulate all the officers involved.”Officers from OPD, Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, and the US Marshals were on the scene during Loyd’s capture.According to Mina, Loyd attempted to escape through the back door of the residence when police called for him to surrender, but was confronted by OPD officers, and went back inside the house. He later came out the front door wearing body armor and threw down two handguns, one with a 100-round drum. Mina also said that Loyd physically resisted arrest and suffered minor facial injuries during the arrest.Loyd will be charged with two counts of first-degree murder for the death of Sade Dixon and her unborn child. He was also charged with two counts of aggravated assault, and one count of attempted homicide. No charges have been filed in the shootiing death of OPD Lieutenant Debra Clayton as of yet.Chief Mina said officers used Clayton’s handcuffs to secure Loyd. “It is a long-standing tradition in law enforcement that we use a fallen officer’s handcuffs to apprehend the suspect.”Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings described the emotions felt by all of Central Florida.“I do congratulate all of the law enforcement officers involved in bringing this individual into custody,” said Demings. “This community has been emotionally traumatized for the last eight days. Now it can breathe a collective sigh of relief.”The peaceful outcome surprised many, including Mina.“I thought this would end up in a different situation. I’m very happy it ended up concluding peacefully. But these agencies involved were very professional and very well-trained and I knew they would act with restraint.”It was also learned that those people who helped Loyd evade arrest will be arrested.“This investigation is not going to stop. If people aided him, they will be arrested.”Crimeline received over 1,500 tips from the community, and the reward was raised to $125,000 before Loyd’s capture. The US Marshals added $25,000 to the amount and put Loyd on the 15 most wanted list.Mayors Buddy Dyer of Orlando and Teresa Jacobs of Orange County commented on the capture on their social media accounts.“Thank you Orlando Police and partners for capturing this fugitive,” Dyer said. “Prayers continue for families of fallen officers.”“Manhunt has ended! Continued prayers for the families of Lt Debra Clayton and DFC Norm Lewis,” Jacobs tweeted. “Great work by our heroes in law enforcement!” Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here The Anatomy of Fear Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 TAGSCrimelineMarkeith LoydOrange County Sheriff’s OfficeOrlando Police Department Previous articleMARKEITH LOYD ARRESTEDNext articleApopka franchise ranked 6th in the country Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate last_img read more

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Air: A Hot Commodity in New York City

first_imgSave this picture!The air rights to 140 West 58th Street were bought by the developer of the 90-story One57. Image via The New York TimesWritten by Barbara PoradaMarch 07, 2013 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Air: A Hot Commodity in New York CitySave this articleSaveAir: A Hot Commodity in New York City CopyAbout this authorBarbara PoradaAuthorFollow#TagsNewsArchitecture NewsResidential ArchitectureHousingSkyscrapersNew York Cityskyscrapersurban planningPoliticsSkyscrapersUrban PlanningCite: Barbara Porada. “Air: A Hot Commodity in New York City” 07 Mar 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream “COPY” Architecture News Air: A Hot Commodity in New York City “COPY” ArchDaily Copy”There’s a price on everything in New York, and the air is no exception.” – Ross F. Moskowitz, Strock & Strock & Lavan All of us are familiar with the practice of buying and selling property in the form of land, residential and commercial space, but the buying and selling of the air surrounding these spaces is a concept well-understood by few. With the recovery of the condominium market in New York City, residential development is at an all-time high, and this means taller and even more luxurious towers are fighting each other tooth and nail for the best possible views of the city. Because of this, the price of air above and around these potential developments is becoming more and more expensive, since a room with a view is worth a whole lot more than one without. Is it possible that these empty, vertical pockets are now worth more than the ground below them?Read more about New York City’s air rights to find out. So what exactly are air rights? They can be defined as a building’s “unused or excess development rights” measured by square foot and can be transferred from one building to another if zoning in that specific area permits. Air rights in NYC typically sell for 50-60% of what the ground below them is worth; some, however, can be worth much more than that, as in the case of air rights along the High Line.  Air was not inalienable to New Yorkers until 1916, when zoning rules and height restrictions were created to try to ensure the development of a healthier city in terms of air and light. Air rights did not become a salable commodity, however, until the 1960’s when density quotas were established for every city block. These restrictions came in the form of a ratio between floor area and lot size (F.A.R.), determining a building’s allowable bulk. This ratio depends on the building’s zone and position on a block or boulevard, where side streets normally carry more restrictions than corner and boulevard lots, especially in height. Trump World Tower at 845 United Nations Plaza is a great example of a building that legally accumulated air rights from at least 7 low-rise properties that had F.A.R. to spare, maxing out the block’s allowable density with a single, looming tower. Thanks to acquiring air rights from two adjacent properties, Kenneth S. Horn’s 18-story Isis Condominium at 303 East 77th Street cantilevers 8 feet above both neighbors starting at the 6th floor, the result of which are “360-degree views, more spacious apartments, abundant light and higher resale value.” A third New York City developer spent more than 15 years and umpteen millions buying unused air rights from smaller properties around his tower just to have enhanced Central Park views. The multi-million dollar annexation of air space above and around these low-rise properties is causing a major vertical transformation of New York City’s skyline. According to air-rights expert Robert Von Ancken, it is the major reason why these “monster buildings” are cropping up all over the city, drastically changing its horizon. He adds that air-rights trading is on the rise because, quite frankly, it can make the difference between a “marginal and a profitable project.”So will the future landscape of New York City be filled with a collection of 200-story residential towers with stilted buildings in between? How do those who gave up their air rights feel about these high-rise developments? How will they affect our experience of the surrounding streets and plazas we know and enjoy today? The answers to these questions may not be clear, but one thing can be said for sure: skyscraper-free areas will become rare in the city if the so-called “Great Air Race” continues, and it won’t be too long before New York City has an entirely new personality. Reference: The New York Times Kita Göttingen / Despang ArchitektenArticlesHarvard University’s “Putting Public Space in its Place”Event Sharelast_img read more

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The Studios / SOUP architects

first_imgSave this picture!© Peter Cook+ 17 Share G C Robertson and Associates Ltd ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Structural Engineer: The Studios / SOUP architects Year:  Building Contractor: “COPY” “COPY” CopyAbout this officeSOUP ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesAldeburghHousesUnited KingdomPublished on June 16, 2015Cite: “The Studios / SOUP architects” 16 Jun 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard CopyHouses•Aldeburgh, United Kingdom ArchDaily Year:  2014 Photographs Houses Architects: SOUP Architects Year Completion year of this architecture project Robert Norman Construction photographs:  Peter CookPhotographs:  Peter Cook 2014 Projects United Kingdom City:AldeburghCountry:United KingdomMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Peter Cook‘The Studios’ are two new multi use studios built within a mature landscaped garden on an existing residential plot. The twinned studios are located remotely from the main house and configured to create a tranquil, contemplative space in the garden.Save this picture!© Peter CookOur design approach takes advantage of the existing site topography, orientation and mature planting to utilize the natural daylight, minimize the impact of direct sunlight, reduce the visual impact to the surrounding area and create beautifully framed views of the ever changing gardens and sky. The clients wanted the buildings to be experienced as part of the journey through the gardens.Save this picture!© Peter CookThe brief from our client was to create two separate 40 and 60sq/m multi functional studio spaces set within the existing landscape and replacing an existing dilapidated workshop and garage. The existing site topography was to remain unchanged with the concept of the studios seemingly touching the ground lightly. With the Studios conceived as being a retreat, the approach to them being low maintenance was also key to fulfilling the brief.Save this picture!Ground Floor PlanLow energy consumption is achieved through the use of a high level of insulation and the incorporation of electrical panel heaters that are only in operation when the buildings are in use. All rainwater is diverted into to the existing balance pond.The building fabric is formed from a thermally efficient timber and steel framed construction. Internally the Studios are finished with robust painted chipboard linings and externally with corrugated fibre cement board. Historically our client’s family is deeply routed in the supply and construction of corrugated iron buildings of the early 1900’s such as churches, huts etc and this is referenced with the use of the corrugated panels that also relate the studios contextually to the many agricultural outbuildings in the area and create a modern vernacular language.Save this picture!© Peter CookWe all need to consider the environmental, social and economic sustainability of the built environment we are designing and using. From putting on a jumper to intelligent thermostatic controls; being able to open a ventilation panel and feel a cool breeze whilst listening to the birds to passive cooling techniques; from thinking locally for materials to managing the impact of site activity on the greater environment; a pragmatic, sustainable approach is key to all of Soup Architects thinking.Save this picture!© Peter CookSustainability statement:As the Studios are perceived as being retreats and do not have an annual occupant it has been difficult to calculate or presume the annual energy demands. The Studios could be used once a week or once a month and the energy demand will be in relation to the occupancy timeframe and the activities being held.Save this picture!© Peter CookFor example, if the studios are being used for painting artwork during the daytime, the lighting and heating systems may not be required due to the amount of natural daylight and the effectiveness of the thermal fabric of the buildings. During a recent visit at the end of January between 10am and 4pm, the heating system was not required and the internal temperature was very comfortable.Save this picture!© Peter CookIn designing the Studios we have exceeded the recommended target U-values for all elements and strived to achieve the latest ‘Best starting U-values’ to reduce the overall demand required for the electrical heating elements. The as built U-values for the elements of the buildings set against the target U-values are:Wall        = 0.23kWh            /              0.35kWhFloor      = 0.16kWh            /              0.25kWhRoof       = 0.16kWh            /              0.25kWhGlazing   = 1.40kWh            /              2.20kWhThe buildings incorporate the latest intelligent electrical radiators with built in thermostats and low thermal mass to allow quicker heating up and lower energy consumption. Each studio has been calculated to require radiator outputs of 4.00kWh for studio 01 and 1.75kWh for studio 02. SAP calculations were not required for the buildings to meet building regulations approval as the studios were classed as an extension to an existing dwelling.Save this picture!© Peter CookBoth Studios have been fitted throughout with LED lighting systems as opposed to the more traditional fluorescent lamp fittings of studio spaces to significantly reduce the overall energy demand.Save this picture!SectionAll rainwater collected from the flat roof areas is channelled into an existing balance pond and the system has also been future proofed to allow the rainwater drainage to be diverted to a possible water storage tank if required by the client.Save this picture!© Peter CookProject gallerySee allShow lessLa Rambla House / Rosa Ma Ballester EspigaresSelected ProjectsBBC Profiles Zhang Yue: The Man Who Plans to Build the World’s Tallest Building in 7…Architecture News Share The Studios / SOUP architectsSave this projectSaveThe Studios / SOUP architectslast_img read more

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Three party leaders make the Legacy10 pledge to leave a charitable legacy

first_img Howard Lake | 16 January 2012 | News Advertisement Three party leaders make the Legacy10 pledge to leave a charitable legacy Tagged with: Law / policy legacies AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThiscenter_img The leaders of the three main political parties at Westminster have confirmed their support for the Legacy10 campaign: The Rt. Hon David Cameron MP, Rt. Hon Nick Clegg MP and Rt. Hon Ed Miliband MP have all pledged to leave a charitable legacy in their wills.Legacy10, launched in November 2011, is a nationwide campaign to increase the number of people in the UK who leave money to charity in their wills. It urges individuals across the UK to pledge 10% of their estate to charity. With effect from April 2012 any estate which leaves at least 10% (of its taxable wealth) to a charitable cause will be able to take advantage of a reduced rate in inheritance tax, from its current level of 40% down to 36%.Roland Rudd, founder and Chairman of Legacy10, said that the appeal of Legacy10 lay in its simplicity. “We are asking people to make a contribution”, he explained, “to their favourite cultural or charitable cause in their will, the benefit to that cause will be four times bigger than the small loss to the donor. I am so pleased that all of our main political leaders have not only chosen to support Legacy10 but have also made a personal commitment to change their wills to make the pledge.”Currently only 7% of the UK population leave a charitable gift in their will, even though 74% support a charity during their lifetime, according to Legacy Foresight’s ‘Legacy Market Snapshot’, 2011.CAF Chief Executive John Low welcomed the pledge, saying: “CAF warmly welcomes the announcement by each of the three party leaders that they will leave 10% of their estates to charity.“This is an excellent gesture, and one that will doubtless be warmly received by the public and charities alike – especially in the current economic climate, where demand on many charities is growing while overall funding for many charities is falling.“We know from the success of the Gates-Buffett Giving Pledge in the US that where prominent people in society pledge to give a substantial amount of their wealth to charity, many will follow.”www.legacy10.comTaking action with Legacy10Is your charity supporting the Legacy10 campaign? How is it doing so? Share you ideas, tips or even early successes in the comments below.  27 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of Researching massive growth in giving.last_img read more

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Trump Expected to Sign Farm Bill This Week

first_img Facebook Twitter Trump Expected to Sign Farm Bill This Week SHARE Previous articlePurdue’s Hurt Says Stay Flexible for 2019 on the HAT Monday Morning EditionNext articleUSDA Looking to Increase Rural Broadband NAFB News Service By NAFB News Service – Dec 17, 2018 President Donald Trump is expected to sign the 2018 farm bill this week, rumored to be Thursday. The President hinted over the weekend that he would sign the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, saying “we’ll get the farm bill,” at the White House Congressional Ball. Trump said the bill was in “very, very good shape,” according to the Hagstrom Report. The House and Senate each passed the farm bill last week and Trump must sign it before December 31, 2018, when commodity title programs start to expire.The 2014 farm bill expired at the end of September, but some programs were allowed to operate beyond expiration. Meanwhile, the Department of Agriculture needs further action by Congress this week. Funding for USDA and the Food and Drug Administration expire at the end of this week and federal agencies are preparing for a partial government shutdown as lawmakers and President Trump fight over spending and a border wall.Source: NAFB News Service Facebook Twitter SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Trump Expected to Sign Farm Bill This Weeklast_img read more

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Donegal residents still being caught out in ‘Phishing’ scams

first_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Donegal residents still being caught out in ‘Phishing’ scams Google+ Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Twitter Facebook Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey Pinterest By News Highland – August 9, 2011 Pinterest WhatsAppcenter_img Previous articleDonegal’s Road Safety Officer responds to safety proposalsNext articleGAA – Donegal Senior Football Championship Review News Highland Newsx Adverts Gardai have revealed that a number of people in Donegal have been caught in so called phishing scams with a new warning being issued to the public to be vigilant.The scam involves people being encouraged to divulge their personal and banking information though the post and via email.Donegal’s crime prevention officer, Sergeant Paul Wallace said that people should never disclose any personal details or bank account details through these channels.He says despite the message being out there, people are still being conned: Twitter Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Google+ LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Facebook WhatsApplast_img read more

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Public meeting on Sunday to discuss nursing services for diabetic children

first_img Twitter Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme HSE warns of ‘widespread cancellations’ of appointments next week Google+ WhatsApp WhatsApp Pinterest Google+ Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News Previous articleCobh visit Finn Park tonightNext articleBody of man discovered in Burnfoot News Highland center_img Facebook By News Highland – March 21, 2014 Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry PSNI and Gardai urged to investigate Adams’ claims he sheltered on-the-run suspect in Donegal Facebook Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers The Donegal Diabetes Parent Support Group is holding a public meeting on Sunday in Letterkenny as part of the campaign for the retention of a full time nurse to deal with children who have diabetes.Parents say there will no longer be a specialist nurse available to them, and that will dilute the care available.Spokesperson Denise Gillespie says it’s an important meeting and is hoping for a large turnout………..[podcast][/podcast] Twitter Public meeting on Sunday to discuss nursing services for diabetic childrenlast_img read more

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Urgent calls for Government to prioritise Donegal fishing sector

first_img WhatsApp Urgent calls for Government to prioritise Donegal fishing sector AudioHomepage BannerNews Pinterest Facebook Harps come back to win in Waterford There are urgent calls on the Government to prioritise the Donegal fishing sector in Brexit funding.There are genuine fears that the county is set to take the biggest hit from the Brexit fallout with fishing fleets to lose around 81% of tonnes of its normal quota.It’s thought that a greater proportion of the Brexit adjustment fund allocated to the county would counteract some of the effects.Speaking during a Donegal County Council Fisheries Committee today, Minister Charlie McConalogue says he is doing all he can to alleviate the ‘big burden’ facing local fishermen:Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. WhatsApp Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction At the meeting, the Minister also announced an increase in funding for Local Authority capital projects to €3.6m for 2021. Previous articleCovid vaccine rollout in North Inishowen described as ‘dire’Next articleGovernment supports bill to allow adopted people access birth certificates News Highland Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty By News Highland – March 10, 2021 Google+ Facebook Twitter Google+ Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR DL Debate – 24/05/21 FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Pinterest News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24thlast_img read more

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Church vandalised in Donemana

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