NewsMurder investigation expected to be launched in LimerickBy Staff Reporter – January 8, 2018 5309 Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Email The scene at Little O’Curry Street in Limerick this Monday after a man’s body was discovered on Sunday nightA MURDER investigation is likely to be launched in Limerick later this Monday afternoon pending the results of a post mortem carried out on the body of man found dead in the city on Sunday night.The discovery was made on Sunday night at a flat on Little O’Curry Street which adjoins O’Curry Street and Windmill Street near the Dock Road.State Pathologist Professor Marie Cassidy will carry out the post mortem on the body of a 45-year-old man in University Hospital Limerick this MondaySign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Gardai said that this will determine the course of the investigation.Witnesses or anyone who may have seen anything unusual or suspicious in the area on Sunday night are asked to contact Henry Street Garda Station on 061 212400, the Garda Confidential Telephone Line on 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.See more Limerick news here WhatsApp Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Facebook Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Print Previous articleLimerick Sinn Féin recall legacy of Sean SabhatNext articleNew homes in Limerick almost €100,000 less than national average Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie TAGSGardaílimerickLittle O’Curry Streemurder Twitter Advertisement WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Linkedin Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash
Previous Article Next Article Through its Undergraduate Planning Placement scheme, thecouncil entices undergraduate students who are going into their final year ofstudy to choose council work placements over more traditional summer jobs. Portfolio holder for resources, Chris Oxley, said theplacements were preferable to ‘peripheral’ jobs, which students take to makeends meet, and that the scheme would persuade them of the benefits of furtheremployment in local government. “You have to remember life can be pretty difficult forstudents. They are short of money and they worry about getting a job after theyqualify.” Oxley said the scheme also gave a huge boost to the planningdepartment, as the ‘mountains of work’ were decreasing and bosses wereperceived as acting on staff concerns. Students spend three months in the council’s planningdepartment and earn £230 a week helping planners on site and in the preparationof reports about potential building development. Council blueprint for homegrown talentOn 25 Nov 2003 in Personnel Today The scheme has proved a success, with two students on summerplacement opting to stay until February, before taking up full-time planningtraining. St Albans City and District Council HR has adopted a ‘growyour own’ policy to help meet skills shortages in the highly-skilled area ofplanning. “Councils don’t sell their fringe benefits well enoughwhen it comes to recruitment,” he said. “If we get students onto thescheme, they can see all the extras.” Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.
The social network acted as ballot counting continues in battleground states two days after Tuesday’s vote, with Democrat Joe Biden still confident of capturing the presidency from incumbent Donald Trump.“In line with the exceptional measures that we are taking during this period of heightened tension, we have removed the Group ‘Stop the Steal,’ which was creating real-world events,” Facebook said in response to an AFP inquiry.“The group was organised around the delegitimisation of the election process, and we saw worrying calls for violence from some members of the group.”- Advertisement – Facebook on Thursday shut down a pro-Trump group organising protests against vote-counting, saying it was being used to delegitimise the election process and included “worrying” calls for violence.The group, called “Stop the Steal,” was just days old but had topped 3,00,000 members by the time it was removed for violating Facebook policies.- Advertisement – But his tweets have been masked with notices telling people the claims are misleading.Facebook and Twitter have been scrambling to prevent the platforms from being used to spread false claims regarding the integrity of voting or ballot counting.The platforms have pledged stepped-up scrutiny of false election information, including premature claims of victory, seeking to avoid a repeat of 2016 manipulation efforts.Separately, Facebook said it implemented its policy banning political ads after the close of polls. A Facebook spokesperson said the goal was “reducing the chance for confusion or abuse” and that the ban will likely last about a week.Are iPhone 12 mini, HomePod mini the Perfect Apple Devices for India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. “Stop the Steal” was calling for “boots on the ground” to protect what it called the “integrity” of the vote, according to the Washington Post, and encouraging donations to help send supporters to battlegrounds such as Georgia and Pennsylvania.Some of the commentary warned of being “on the verge of civil war” and asked supporters how they would go about “overthrowing the government,” the Post reported.Since Election Day the president has fired off tweets calling for ballot counting to be stopped, and contended without proof there has been voter fraud.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
Over a dozen seniors are on pace to graduate from Batesville High School this December.As the fall semester is winding down at Batesville High School, some seniors will be clearing out their lockers and moving on to the next chapter in life.The number of Batesville seniors graduating in winter has increased the last few years.According to Batesville High School Principal Andy Allen, the program was implemented approximately five years ago when just a handful of students utilized early graduation.Fifteen of the 163 seniors chose to graduate early last year, and thirteen seniors are on pace to graduate this month.“We are willing to accommodate them if their willing to work sometimes during the summer or even in an online environment,” Allen indicated. “If that is in their best interest, it is our job to provide a curriculum for them to do that.”Students will begin classes at a college such as Ivy Tech while a couple others will enter the workforce as early as next month, Allen explained.“If you wanted to go into something specific and start in January, that option has to be available, and it is a good option for some kids,” the Batesville High School principal said.