Andrew McElhinney of O’Donnell’s Bakery, just one of the many businesses booked to exhibit at tomorrow’s Doing Business in Donegal showcase and trade fair in the Mount Errigal hotel.Gifts, candy, crafts and lots more besides will be on offer to the public tomorrow (FRI) in the Mount Errigal Hotel from 12 noon to 5pm, when seventy local businesses come together for a fantastic Doing Business in Donegal showcase hosted by Donegal’s Local Enterprise Office.Friday’s event – which is free – is just the latest Doing Business in Donegal showcase, building on a very successful trade-only event held just before last Christmas.“We had a similar number of businesses taking part last year in the event at the Clanree Hotel where the emphasis was on networking, but this year the event is open to the public as well from noon until 5pm,” Michael Tunney, Head of Local Enterprise, explained. He added that the seventy businesses fortunate to be allocated space for Friday’s Showcase, represent a wide range of sectors in Donegal and, he said, the variety on offer means there will be something there to suit everyone.“The businesses who are exhibiting is representative of many of the small and medium local enterprises that exist in Donegal. There will be 70 stands with food, gifts, sweets, crafts, books etc on sale, but there will also be services too like photography, marketing, graphic design, PR, health and fitness and more.Other stands will be of interest to those looking for services for house and home and will feature such areas as construction, insulation, showers, gates and stairs etc.”With only weeks to go now until Christmas, Friday’s showcase could be the place to find that perfect gift, but more than simply a Christmas gift fair it will also have an extensive range of commercial services on offer to members of the public or indeed to other businesses who can pop along on the day. “The great thing about Friday’s showcase is the variety that will be there because it means whether you are looking for gifts or vouchers, advice or information, or if you simply want to browse and meet some of the county’s entrepreneurs and business people in a warm and friendly environment, then it ticks all the boxes.”The Doing Business in Donegal Showcase will take place in the Mount Errigal Hotel on Friday, November 28 with free admission and doors open to the public from 12 noon until 5pm. THERE’S SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE AT THE DONEGAL BUSINESS SHOWCASE was last modified: November 27th, 2014 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) Tags:donegalDonegal Business ShowcaseletterkennyMount Errigal Hotel
A college student has appeared in court charged in connection with the alleged theft of a handbag from an elderly woman in Co Donegal.Louis Ogbomo was charged in connection with the incident which happened on Friday night last, June 2nd at Station Roundabout in Letterkenny. Detective Garda Stephen Moyles told Letterkenny District Court that Ogbomo was arrested at 1.16am on June 3rd and brought to Letterkenny Garda station.Ogbomo, who was accompanied to court by his parents, made no reply to the charge.Gardai said they had no objection to bail but asked that the accused, of Boyce Court, Drogheda, Co Louth, sign on twice weekly at Drogheda Garda station.His solicitor said his parents were originally from Nigeria but had lived in Ireland for 16 years.They had gathered some funds to return to Nigeria between June 18th and July 25th and were asking to allow the accused to travel with them.Detective Garda Moyles said the young man’s parents had told him about this and that he had no objections.Judge Paul Kelly adjourned the case until September 2nd for directions from the Director of Public Prosecutions.EndsCollege student appears in court in connection with alleged handbag theft was last modified: June 5th, 2019 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) Tags:courteldelryGardaihandbagletterkennysnatchwoman
LAS VEGAS – The dream played out in Willie Cauley-Stein’s head long before he became disenchanted with the Sacramento Kings. It happened even before the Warriors cemented themselves as a dynasty.Before the Kings selected Cauley-Stein at No. 6 in the 2015 NBA draft, the University of Kentucky star often wore a Warriors hat and wondered aloud what it would be like to play with Stephen Curry. Cauley-Stein no longer has need to day dream.“It’s crazy it’s actually happening,” Cauley-Stein said …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Chris ClaytonDTN Ag Policy EditorOMAHA (DTN) — Farmers with prevented planting claims on a projected 19.6 million acres will receive a “top-up” payment on their claims from insurance providers starting in mid-October.USDA announced Thursday that all farmers with 2019 prevented planted claims will receive a bonus payment. Prevented planting indemnities will increase 15% for farmers who bought Revenue Protection policies. Farmers who bought Yield Protection and Revenue Protection policies with the Harvest Price Exclusion will receive a 10% increase in their indemnity payments.“It was a challenging planting season for many of our farmers,” said Bill Northey, USDA’s undersecretary for farm production and conservation. “We are doing everything we can to ensure producers receive the help they need.”The top-up payments will be automatically paid to farmers and will not require any additional paperwork to receive the payments.Northey said USDA is working with crop insurance companies to get the payments to farmers as soon as possible. USDA stated the payments would start going out in mid-October. After the initial payment, additional payments will be made in the middle of each month as more prevented planting claims are processed, USDA stated.Northey added, “We appreciate the AIPs (Approved Insurance Providers) for helping us help America’s farmers.”The higher indemnity payments will come as part of the disaster-aid bill passed by Congress during the summer.Martin Barbre, administrator of USDA’s Farm Service Agency, said crop insurance is an important program for many producers to help them manage their production and price risks. “We’re leveraging that system to efficiently and effectively deliver much needed support to our farmers,” Barbre said.According to Farm Service Agency numbers, prevented planting reached nearly 19.6 million acres, of which the lion’s share included 11.4 million acres nationally for unplanted corn acres and another 4.46 million acres for soybeans.House Agriculture Committee Chairman Collin Peterson, D-Minn., said USDA’s announcement will help farmers without requiring any additional paperwork.“As weather continues to throw wrenches into farmers’ plans, both in western Minnesota and across the country, I appreciate USDA and crop insurance providers moving forward in delivering the prevented planting plus-up that Congress provided,” Peterson said.All 14 AIPs agreed to increase their payments to producers for prevented planting claims. Those companies include: ACE Property and Casualty (Rain and Hail) Insurance Company, American Agri-Business Insurance Company, American Agricultural Insurance Company, CGB Insurance Company, Church Mutual Insurance Company, Country Mutual Insurance Company, Farmers Mutual Hail Insurance Company, Great American Insurance Company, Hudson Insurance Company, NAU Country Insurance Company, Producers Agricultural Insurance Company, Rural Community Insurance Company, Stratford Insurance Company and XL Reinsurance America Inc.USDA pointed out that the prevented planting payments are different from direct disaster aid that farmers can receive from the Wildfires and Hurricanes Indemnity Program Plus (WHIP+) payments. For more information on WHIP+, visit https://www.farmers.gov/….Chris Clayton can be reached at [email protected] him on Twitter @ChrisClaytonDTN(ES/AG)© Copyright 2019 DTN/The Progressive Farmer. All rights reserved.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest A letter signed by 15 U.S. Senators and 23 Members of Congress, was sent to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Acting Director Margaret Everson this week. The letter requested that the Service promulgate new rules to increase flexibility in the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA) permitting process to empower livestock producers to protect their livelihoods. The bipartisan, bicameral letter was led by Sen. John Boozman (R-AR) and Rep. Sanford Bishop (D-GA-2).“Whether it is black vultures, ravens, or cormorants, MBTA-protected avian predators pose a significant risk to newborn calves and livestock operations across the country,” said Ethan Lane, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association vice president of government affairs. “Despite populations of each species numbered in the millions, current regulations place arbitrary caps on permitted take and incur heavy restrictions on preventative measures necessary to protect farming and ranching operations. We appreciate the leadership of Sen. Boozman and Rep. Bishop and look forward to engaging with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to implement commonsense solutions to this problem.”
Posted by Travelweek Group Tuesday, August 2, 2016 Tags: Envoy ENVOY Networks upgrades Western warehouse to bigger location TORONTO — ENVOY Networks is on the move! The distribution company, which specializes in custom marketing solutions for the travel industry, is relocating its Western Canada warehouse to meet the needs of their growing business.“This is an exciting time for ENVOY. We’re busier than ever and expanding at an incredible rate,” says Glen Harwood of ENVOY. “Not only did we move our Eastern Canada warehouse to Etobicoke this past December, we’ve also upgraded our Western Canada home to an even bigger location. These two moves are hopefully a sign of even bigger things to come for our growing company.”The Western Canada warehouse is now located at 150-6251 Graybar Road, Richmond, B.C., V6W 1H6. For inquiries, contact Dennis Andres, Western Warehouse Manager at (604) 278-1020 or via email at [email protected] more information about ENVOY, contact Toni DeFino, VP Marketing and Product Development at [email protected] Share << Previous PostNext Post >>
1 2 3 4 5 6Next Credit: Vegas Golden KnightsLAS VEGAS — Everyone knows that Las Vegas is the place to go for casinos and shows. But over the years Las Vegas has been adding more family-friendly and group-oriented attractions and adventures, for visitors who want to experience the city beyond the flashing lights and ringing bells of the casino floor.Here’s a list of six attractions and adventures that Travelweek – in town for a press trip with the Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority – rates as the top can’t-miss attractions in Las Vegas. Some of them are relatively new. Others have been around for a while.T-Mobile Arena1. The Good Old Hockey GameAs most Canadians know, Las Vegas just received its own NHL hockey team, the Vegas Golden Knights. The team was drafted in June 2017 and will play its first game in Las Vegas on Oct. 10, 2017. More importantly, all the other NHL teams will be playing against the Golden Knights at some point during the NHL season. Hockey fans will be able to plan their trips to Las Vegas around the hockey schedule to see their favourite NHL teams. The hockey team will be playing its games at T-Mobile Arena, adjacent to the Strip and a short walk or taxi ride from MGM Grand Las Vegas and New York-New York Hotel & Casino. It is also located adjacent to The Park and Park Theater area. The Park offers outdoor dining and entertaining ideal for a pre- or post-game meal and a pre-game warmup, including Beerhaus at The Park, with an imaginative menu of sports bar food and over 50 locally produced and international beers. Tags: Las Vegas Posted by Travelweek Group Tuesday, July 18, 2017 << Previous PostNext Post >> Share Beyond the casinos: 6 new ways to experience Las Vegas