15 file for Wellington City Council

first_img Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (3) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +2 Vote up Vote down Jim Miller · 394 weeks ago Thank you all for putting your names in to be on the city council. I am going to enjoy voting, its a fine list of names to choose from. Report Reply 0 replies · active 394 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down 12atleast · 394 weeks ago 4 candidates from old 1st ward, 4 candidates from old second ward, 3 candidates for old third ward, 4 candidates from old fourth ward. Where are the people that now that predicted all candidates would come from one ward, one part of town? Report Reply 0 replies · active 394 weeks ago -1 Vote up Vote down Yes & No · 394 weeks ago Will there be a candidate forum to hear the candidates speak on issues? Report Reply 0 replies · active 394 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The Wellington City Election is going to be a hoot. Fifteen candidates are running for the new six at-large positions. Eight candidates filed this morning. They are: •Noah List•John Tracy•John Brand•Lannon Taylor•Jan Korte•Vincent Wetta•Russell Rains•Larry Shimer.Those who filed previously were:•Terry Nunemaker•Kim Woodrow•Kelly Green•James Valentine•Chase Weber•Lynne Tompkins•Jared Nance.Remember six of those 15 will be elected. The top three vote-getters will serve four-years terms. The second three vote getters will served two-year teams. We’ll explain more of this as the election progresses. The city election will be held on April 2, 2013.last_img read more

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Scientists: Red Tide Returns on SW Florida Coast

first_imgAccording to scientists, toxic red tide has returned in the waters off of Florida’s southwest coast, after it had faded away earlier in the year following a 15-month bloom.Biologists with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute report that samples they took from the waters off the shore of Collier County included high concentrations of the algae, in the same area with reports of dead fish and cases of respiratory irritation.Red tide occurs naturally due to nutrients in salt water as well as an organism called a dinoflagellate. The previous bloom caused respiratory irritation in people. It also resulted in the deaths of sea turtles, manatees, dolphins and fish.The Institute’s red tide status report also indicates that scientists found low concentrations of red tide algae in Lee County.last_img read more

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Braithwaite and the mess of the networks, on the covers

first_imgMartin Braihwaite, Leganés striker, is the main protagonist of the front pages of the Barcelona newspapers this Tuesday morning. “Uncovered”, leads to your first page Sports world. “OK to Braithwaite” it’s the first page of Sport, which explains that Angel has lost options because of age and because they believe that Braithwaite It can be sold this morning. But Sports world Y Sport they also echo the scandal revealed by the SER chain this Monday. Barça hired a company, I3 Ventures, which created accounts for Facebook that damage the image of players like Piqué and Messi and other people related to the Barça environment such as Víctor Font, Pep Guardiola or Xavi.last_img

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Aguero back from ban to bolster Man City

first_img In the context of the title race, it is a huge match with Liverpool lying second and City in third. It is a no-lose scenario for Chelsea, who hold a six-point lead and knows one or both of their two closest rivals will drop points. With struggling Stoke visiting Stamford Bridge tomorrow, there is a strong chance that Chelsea will be extending their winning run to 13 games matching the top-tier record in English football. So neither Liverpool nor City can afford to lose a game that has the makings of a classic, given the teams’ attractive and attacking style of play. “For me,” City midfielder Yaya Toure said, “it’s almost a ‘final’ of the Premier League because I think it’s going to be a similar kind of football. I think for the fans, it’s going to be fantastic.” Here’s what else to look out for in the second round of Premier League matches in the busy festive period: For a promoted team, a game at United’s iconic Old Trafford stadium is always something to look forward to. It will be particularly special for Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka. Karanka will be reunited with United manager Jose Mourinho. The pair worked together for three years as coach (Mourinho) and assistant at Real Madrid from 2010. It was a glowing reference from Mourinho that helped get Karanka the job at Middlesbrough in 2013. “I have a lot to thank Jose Mourinho for,” said Karanka, who added he will “share a glass of wine or beer or coke” with his old mentor after the game. Sixth-placed United have won their last four league games to move back in touch with the Champions League qualification positions. MANCHESTER, England (AP): It has been a strange season for Sergio Aguero. The goals have flowed for Manchester City nothing new there but other factors have transpired to make it one of the most turbulent periods of the Argentine’s career. The season started with Aguero, one of the world’s most feared strikers, being publicly urged by City manager Pep Guardiola to change his style of play in order to become a more complete footballer. He has been dropped for big games by both his club and his country, and found himself sitting out seven of City’s 18 English Premier League games through suspension following two separate acts of violent conduct. The last time Aguero was seen in a City jersey, he was walking sheepishly off the field at Etihad Stadium on December 3 after being shown a red card for a reckless, two-footed lunge on Chelsea defender David Luiz. It has been a grind for City amid their star player’s four-match absence, with a humiliating 4-2 loss at Leicester followed by wins over Watford, Arsenal and Hull that lacked the sparkle of earlier in the season. Swansea begin life after Bob Bradley, who was fired on Tuesday, with a home match against Bournemouth. Long-time assistant coach Alan Curtis will be in temporary charge of the Welsh team, which is next to last and only above Hull on goal difference. Hull host Everton today while, tomorrow, it’s also Leicester vs West Ham and Southampton vs West Bromwich Albion. On Sunday, fifth-placed Tottenham visit Watford and fourth-placed Arsenal host Crystal Palace. Now Aguero is available again and his return can’t come quickly enough for City. His first game back is tomorrow away to Liverpool, who have beaten City three straight times in the league and have not lost at home to their upcoming opponents in 13 years. Guardiola has made do without Aguero by selecting four different players Kelechi Iheanacho, Raheem Sterling, Nolito and Kevin De Bruyne in the lone-striker role, but Aguero offers a different threat entirely. “Aguero is a wonderful player,” Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum said of a striker who has 16 goals from 19 games in all competitions this season, “and can win the game on his own for Manchester City.” TODAY 3 p.m: Hull City vs Everton TOMORROW 10 a.m: Burnley vs Sunderland 10 a.m: Chelsea vs Stoke City 10 a.m: Leicester vs West Ham 10 a.m: Man United vs Middlesbrough 10 a.m: Southampton vs West Brom 10 a.m: Swansea vs Bournemouth 12:30 p.m: Liverpool vs Man City SUNDAY 8:30 a.m: Watford – Tottenham 11 a.m: Arsenal – Crystal Palace MONDAY 7:30 a.m: Middlesbrough vs Leicester 10 a.m: Everton vs Southampton 10 a.m: Man City vs Burnley 10 a.m: Sunderland vs Liverpool 10 a.m: West Brom vs Hull City 12:15 p.m: West Ham vs Man United TUESDAY 2:45 p.m: Bournemouth vs Arsenal 3 p.m: Crystal Palace vs Swansea 3 p.m: Stoke City vs Watford ON THIS WEEKEND SWANSEA vs BOURNEMOUTH BURNLEY vs SUNDERLAND Available again make or break Sunderland’s hopes of getting out of the bottom three took a hit ahead of the game against their likely relegation rivals, with manager David Moyes saying goalkeeper Jordan Pickford would miss the next “six to eight weeks” with a knee injury. Alongside striker Jermain Defoe, the 22-year-old Pickford has been Sunderland’s most important player in a tough season for the team. “It’s a major disappointment for him and for us because he’s been saving us points,” said Moyes, who will replace Pickford with Vito Mannone. Sunderland are third from bottom, six points behind Burnley. MANCHESTER UNITED vs MIDDLESBROUGHlast_img read more

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UBA Gives US$1M to Fight Ebola in West Africa

first_imgThe United Bank for Africa (UBA) Board Chairman, Tony O Elumelu, has announced the donation of US$1million to battle the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, one of UBA’s main business centers. Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone account for the bulk of the 4,922 deaths blamed on the Ebola epidemic that began in March.It may be re-called that in August, the Tony Elumelu Foundation donated US$100,000  to the anti-Ebola  cause, making unrestricted grants to the Ebola response institutions designated by the Presidents of Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia.The money will be distributed through the UBA Foundation, UBA’s corporate social responsibility arm and shared equally among in the three affected West African countries.  The remaining US$100,000 will be contributed to the African Union Support Mission to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa (ASEOWA), initiated by the African Union Chair Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma.“Africa is our home and our destiny and Africans need to place themselves at the forefront of the campaign to overcome this tragedy,” Mr. Elumelu declared. “This donation,” he added, is an affirmation of our unshakeable commitment to the continent and a message that Africa can triumph over this terrible affliction,” said UBA Board Chairman.“I would also like to take this opportunity to commend our courageous UBA Africa staff, in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, who have kept every branch and ATM open  throughout this testing time. They have demonstrated our corporate value of resilience and commitment that the business and progress of Africa must and should go on,” he added.”Our money will be directed immediately to strengthening capacity in the fight against the further spread of the disease” he further stated. “Our hope is that this donation will act as a catalyst for other African corporate leaders to play their part.”Acknowledging the donation by the Tony Elumelu Foundation, Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf said, “While we have mobilized our national resources as best we can, they are still inadequate to respond to an epidemic of this scale.  So we appreciate friends of Liberia like you, who have come to our assistance in our moment of national need.”This important precedent of African-funded support comes as West African and global development leaders have recently appealed for an increased effort to contain the epidemic.The United Nations estimates that at least 5,000 international medical, training and support personnel are needed in the three countries over the coming months.UBA’s chairman Tony Elumelu further declared, “I want to commend the Chairperson of the African Union, Dr. Dlamini Zuma, and Strive Masiyiwa, for presiding over a very successful AU meeting with the private sector to mobilize financial contributions and business solutions, to facilitate a robust African response to Ebola. I am also very proud of my colleagues in the African private sector for demonstrating that we can rise to the occasion and help fund and support the AU deployment of the healthcare workers to care for our fellow Africans.“I urge more African businesses to step up to the plate with more pledges,” he added.With operations in 19 African countries, including the three countries currently battling Ebola, UBA provides financial services to Africans and Africa-related businesses globally and across Africa.  UBA branches have remained open to attend to customers banking needs, with not a single UBA business office or ATM closing in Sierra Leone, Guinea, or Liberia.Meanwhile, UBA Foundation is the Corporate Social Responsibility arm of the UBA Group. The Foundation is committed to the social and economic development of the communities in Africa and operates through such focus including Environment, Education, Economic Empowerment, and Special Projects.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Man remanded for break and enter

first_imgCion Isaacs, 26, of Lot 121 West Ruimveldt, Georgetown, appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts on Monday charged for breaking and entering and larceny.The charge, which was read by Magistrate Sherdel Isaacs-Marcus, stated that on July 12, 2019, the defendant broke into the home of Sandra Adams and stole $1,400,000 in cash, gold, household appliances and electrical devices.Isaacs denied the charge and was remanded to prison.Police Prosecutor Shondel Daniels told the court that on the day in question, when the Virtual Complainant (VC) arrived at home, she noticed a car was parked in front of her home. According to the Prosecutor, the car subsequently drove off, but as it was moving off, she noticed the trunk which was open was packed with appliances. Realising that her home had been broken into, the VC raised an alarm and public-spirited persons chased after the car. The car eventually stopped and Isaacs was seen inside. The Police were called, and he allegedly later admitted to the theft in his caution statement. The appliances were returned to Adams.Prosecutor Daniels objected to bail. The case will continue on July 29, 2019.last_img read more

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Loophole for lobbyists

first_imgOpponents argued in writing that the measure would weaken city ethics laws and “hide lobbyists from public view until after they win favors for a client.” Jeff Jacobberger, who co-chaired the campaign against Measure R, said opponents tried to warn voters that fundraising would persist, but the issue was overshadowed by the measure’s term-limit extension. “Nobody picked it up,” Jacobberger said. “Our material raised the point why it wasn’t real reform. The real problem wasn’t the $1,000 check from the lobbyist, but the $50,000 they could bundle.” Several prominent city lobbyists said council members or their staffers routinely ask them to hold fundraisers. Harvey Englander, president of the Los Angeles Lobbyists and Public Affairs Association, said the practice is widespread. “We do that regularly in our office. The law allows it,” Englander said. Jim Sutton, the San Francisco-based attorney for the association, said lobbyists have a constitutional right to solicit campaign contributions. “That’s not a loophole,” he said. “It’s called the First Amendment.” Sutton argued that lobbyists’ fundraising produces only a fraction of all political money and should not be singled out for exclusion. Sutton said L.A. lobbyists instead need clarification from the Ethics Commission on how to comply with a three-year-old law that requires them to report fundraising. Last year, Englander and Associates felt it had to report $75,000 raised for Councilman Tom LaBonge at a July 18 event, although the firm, one of several hosts, raised just a fraction of the total. “That’s a great example of a problem with the law,” Englander said. LaBonge said he received less than $4,000 from lobbyists’ participation in the event. Ethics filings show an additional $7,326 for him from other lobbyists’ fundraising last year. LaBonge said he gets about 15 percent of his contributions from lobbyists and has never directly asked a lobbyist to raise money on his behalf. Ethics records show the highest lobbyist fundraising at $71,950 last year for Councilman Jose Huizar. Next came $54,959 for Councilwoman Wendy Greuel and $43,167 for Councilman Greig Smith. Lobbyist fundraising for council President Eric Garcetti totaled $38,250, with $34,025 for Councilman Ed Reyes. Only Councilmen Zine, Herb Wesson and Bill Rosendahl reported no lobbyist fundraising last year. Skirting obstacles Councilwoman Jan Perry, with $16,250 in reported lobbyist fundraising, said she would support a ban if it included independent expenditure campaigns. “If you prohibit raising money in regular campaigns, they’ll run over to independent expenditures. They can hide better over there,” she said. Perry said she recently has not called lobbyists to raise funds. “It’s easier not to, because of questions like this.” Joe Cerrell, the dean of City Hall’s lobbying corps, said elected officials often contact him directly about fundraising or have a staff person or consultant broach the issue. “There are a lot of ways to skin the cat.” Lobbyist Steve Afriat said he typically gets two or three calls a month on the issue. “There’s re-election campaigns and officeholder accounts, and in October the window opens for 2009,” he said. “Therein lies the problem. “All that `political reform’ has done is put all the discussion about fundraising underground. They don’t stop the practice; they create obstacle courses. We and the council are very skilled runners of obstacle courses. If you want to stop the practice, … don’t make it an obstacle course, make it a brick wall.” Jerry Neuman, a lobbyist with the law firm Allen, Matkins, Leck, Gamble & Mallory, held a campaign fundraiser earlier this month for Greuel. While Neuman didn’t write a check, several of his clients who attended the event did. Neuman, long a Greuel supporter, said he couldn’t remember whether the councilwoman’s office asked for the fundraiser or he volunteered. Greuel said she wasn’t sure who initiated the fundraiser. Neuman said he’s probably doing less fundraising right now because he has received fewer requests from candidates. But Neuman said lobbyists who host fundraisers play on a level field with other interest groups. “The issues often are what drive elections,” he said. Ultimately, Ethics Commission Executive Director LeeAnn Pelham said the matter must be considered. “It’s a question for the commission to look at, whether it’s a loophole or not,” she said. “If lobbyists feel pressure to contribute, we’re interested in hearing about that.” beth.barrett@dailynews.com (818) 713-3731160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “That has to be addressed and resolved. When this was proposed to the voters, the idea was to take lobbyists out of the equation,” said Councilman Dennis Zine, who supported Measure R but was among only three council members with no reported lobbyist fundraising last year. The ballot argument supporting Measure R said it would “restrict lobbyists from making campaign contributions, gifts and becoming commissioners.” Proponents wrote that it would create “tough new ethics reforms and term limits that will make city government more honest, effective and accountable to voters … (and) reduce the power and influence of special interests and their paid lobbyists.” Issue overlooked Liza White, president of the League of Women Voters of Los Angeles, said the measure, which it sponsored, was designed to lessen lobbyists’ influence and that the fundraising issue was simply overlooked. “We didn’t think about it,” she said. “We didn’t address those issues. They just didn’t come up.” Four months after Los Angeles voters approved a measure to limit lobbyists’ influence at City Hall, political donations continue to pour in through a loophole that allows lobbyists to organize fundraising events. Measure R, the November ballot issue that gave City Council members an extra four years in office, was billed as a tough crackdown on lobbyists’ conduct. But it did not close the loophole used to funnel nearly $1 million to elected officials and candidates in the past three years, including $400,000 in 2006, according to city records. The measure bans direct contributions and gifts from lobbyists beginning this year, but it allows elected officials and candidates to ask lobbyists to hold fundraisers for them. “The whole thing was a sham. I just didn’t realize it was that much of a sham,” said Ethics Commission Vice President Bill Boyarsky, a retired journalist. He had previously criticized the measure, saying it would weaken ethics rules, but the loophole on fundraising events escaped his attention. Today, the Ethics Commission begins its first comprehensive review of city lobbying laws in nearly two decades amid growing awareness that financial clout of special interests and lobbyists remains unfettered. last_img
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Southampton vs Leicester City: Foxes eye second spot in Premier League

first_img Tags: leicester cityMan Citypremier leagueSouthampton Leicester City will climb into second with a victory over Southampton on Friday. (PHOTO/Courtesy)Southampton vs Leicester CitySt. Mary’s Stadium, HampshireFriday, 25-10-2019 @10pmReferee: Andre MarrinerSecond spot on the Premier League table will be Leicester City’s main focus when they take on Southampton on Friday night.The Foxes have been impressive since the season started and will very much be aware that a win in Hampshire will see them leep frog Man City into second for at least 12 hours as the Citizens are in action on Saturday afternoon.Currently, Brandon Roger’s side have 17 points and sit third while City are second on 19 points with both teams having played the same number of game (9).Leicester will be highly motivated for the clash and have no new injury problems, with James Maddison fully fit again. The midfielder was substituted as a precaution during last week’s win over Burnley following injury and illness, but he will be ready again for Friday’s game.For Southampton, winger Moussa Djenepo is back in training after six weeks out with a hip injury but he won’t be fit in time for the visit of Leicester. Defender Cedric is still sidelined with a calf injury.The teams met three times last season, with the away side winning both league meetings and Leicester winning on a penalty shootout in the EFL Cup. Leicester have scored six goals on their last two visits to Southampton, conceding just two.Southampton have earned just one point from four league games. They could lose six of their opening 10 matches of a Premier League season for the first time since 2012-13. Saints have only won twice in their past 14 league games, drawing five and losing seven times. They have the worst home record in the division, managing a solitary point and failing to keep a clean sheet. However, Southampton are currently on a club Premier League record run of scoring in 18 consecutive home fixtures, Saints are the only team not to have led a match at half-time in this season’s top flight. All 25 of Danny Ings’ Premier League goals have been scored from inside the penalty area.Leicester have won three of their past four league matches – the exception was a defeat to leaders Liverpool. They could win six of their opening 10 matches in a top-flight season for the first time since 1930. The Foxes have not kept a clean sheet in any of their last 12 league away matches. Leicester have never won a Premier League match on a Friday (D2, L5). They have won a league-high seven points from losing positions this season, including coming from behind to win their most recent game against Burnley. Since Brendan Rodgers’ first Premier League game in charge of Leicester on 3 March, Jamie Vardy has scored an unrivaled 15 Premier League goals.Comments last_img read more

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Picture Special: All smiles for the big McGettigan’s Hotel switch-on

first_imgMcGettigan’s Hotel Letterkenny launched their first Christmas with a wonderful community celebration and lights switch-on on Friday night.There was music, mince pies and mulled wine to keep everyone warm on the cold wintry night. A children’s choir from the Donegal Music Education Partnership created a lovely atmosphere of Christmas cheer before the big event.Special guests were Santa Claus, Ballybofey boxer Jason Quigley and Finn Harps team members. Jason and Santa lit the big bright windows of the hotel, adding a spectacular sparkle to the top of the main street. McGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyFamilies were dressed in their best festive hats and clothing for the occasion, and you can see all the happy faces in the gallery below:McGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyMcGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyMcGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyJason Quigley and Cllr. Michael Naughton, McGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyLisa Crampsie and Caraline Spence, McGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyPaul Boyle, McGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyMcGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyMcGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyApril McManus and Jason Quigley. McGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyMcGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyMcGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyMcGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyMcGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyMcGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyMcGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyMcGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyMcGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyMcGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyJason Quigley and Caitlin Crampsie. McGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyMcGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyMcGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyMcGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyMcGettigan’s Hotel Christmas Lights Switch-on. Photo: Rachel McLaughlin, Donegal DailyMcGettigan’s Hotel in Letterkenny.  Picture Special: All smiles for the big McGettigan’s Hotel switch-on was last modified: November 24th, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:Christmas lightsJason QuigleyMcGettigan’s HotelSwitch onlast_img read more

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Fernandes savours another QPR win

first_imgTony Fernandes again took the opportunity to address his critics on Twitter following a QPR victory.The co-chairman enjoyed Rangers’ 5-1 thrashing of bottom side Rotherham  at Loftus Road, where Massimo Luongo scored his first goal for the club.For those who didn’t believe in what we are doing hope they do about more now. Love it love it love it. These have always been tough games— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) March 18, 2017Sometimes on paper the easy games are harder and have never been easy for @QPRFC . But that’s another test passed— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) March 18, 2017Very very very happy. Huge smile. Long week. Not so well. But @QPRFC makes me feel better. Thank you Ollie Les and all the boys.— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) March 18, 2017   Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! This “Destroys” ED x ‘Genius Pill’ Used By Rich Americans Now Available In Netherlands! x What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed! x One Cup of This (Before Bed) Burns Belly Fat Like Crazy! x Men, You Don’t Need the Blue Pill if You Do This x Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch) x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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