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Hot weather warning for Limerick

first_imgMET Éireann have issued a status yellow weather warning for Limerick as temperatures soar to 27 degrees.The warning is also in place for Clare, Kerry, Cork, Galway and Mayo.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up It comes into force from 1pm on Thursday until the evening time.Temperatures today are set to reach 25 degrees in places with the West of Ireland being the hottest. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleThe Limerick Post Show | Munster Hurling Final PreviewNext articleCity and Soul: Star in the fashion infirmament Meghann Scully Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Twitter WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Print Email WhatsAppcenter_img Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live LimerickNewsHot weather warning for LimerickBy Meghann Scully – June 26, 2019 541 Linkedin Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Advertisement TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Postsummersunshineweather Facebook Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League openerlast_img read more

Planting fever

first_imgUniversity of GeorgiaSpring planting fever is here. Gardeners looking to add a dwarf cedar, a passionflower or other plants to their collections should stop by the annual University of Georgia Horticulture Club’s plant sale starting April 4 in Athens, Ga.The sale will be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, April 4-5 and 11-12 and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, April 6 and 13. It will be at the corner of College Station Road and Riverbend Road.“We’ll be selling ornamental trees, shrubs, annuals, perennials, groundcovers and vines,” said student Sean Bloszies, “along with a number of drought-tolerant selections.”Plants featured at the sale will be dog hobble, a shade plant for moist sites; Black Dragon Japanese cedar, a dwarf cultivar; Henry Lauder’s walkingstick; and a banana shrub with old fashioned, sweet smelling flowers, he said.Drought-tolerant plants at the sale will be variegated yucca, moss rose, sedums like Autumn Joy and Frosty Morn and agave americana, also known as century plant.Plants are available on a first-come basis. Students and faculty will be there to answer questions.last_img read more

Treasurer’s Office utilizes federal program to keep tax dollars at work

first_imgIn a move to keep Vermont tax dollars at work, the State Treasurer s Office has announced plans to make millions of dollars in short-term deposits available to area banks as a source of working capital. By utilizing a federal program designed to promote liquidity in the national economy, these deposits by the State will be fully guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or FDIC.In October, the FDIC created the Transaction Account Guarantee Program (TAGP). The program allows participating financial institutions to provide customers with full coverage on specific types of transaction accounts. The FDIC hopes such guarantees will encourage more deposits and help increase the amount of funds available for lending to consumers and businesses. The money available for deposit is from the State of Vermont s short-term operating fund funds that vary depending on the financial needs of the State, said State Treasurer Jeb Spaulding. By utilizing the FDIC program, we can provide area banks with the opportunity to put this money to work for their customers and at the same time allow us to earn interest on the funds in a secure environment.In April, the Treasurer s Office made available more than $13 million in deposits. Those deposits will be withdrawn by the end of the month. The FDIC program offering full coverage is in effect through December 31, 2009. My hope is that we will have funds to deposit again in this type of account later this year. Programs like this can help insured banks increase their lending to consumers and businesses and help support our Vermont economy, said Spaulding.Banks eligible to accept the deposits must certify they are participating in the TAGP and be based in or have branch operations located in Vermont. To date, three banks have expressed interest in the program. They are Citizens Bank, Connecticut River Bank N.A., and KeyBank.Banks interested in participating in the program should contact the Treasury Operations Division of the State Treasurer s Office at (802) 828-2301 or toll-free in Vermont at (800) 642-3191.Source: Vermont Treasurer’s Officelast_img read more

3 Long Islanders Charged in NYC Pill Mill Bust

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Three Long Island medics were among 13 suspects arrested Friday for alleged roles in a scheme to bilk Medicaid and Medicare by having patients undergo unnecessary tests in exchange for painkillers, authorities said.Valley Stream residents Dr. Paul McClung and Reynat Glaz, a physical therapist, as well as Marie Nazaire, a physician assistant from Melville, were among those charged in a pair of federal indictments, authorities said. The arrests stemmed from a probe of three Brooklyn-based pill mills—doctors’ offices that overlook patients’ signs of addictions when prescribing painkillers.“Prescriptions for oxycodone were treated as a commodity and patients were a means to an end—the end being money,” said Bridget Brennan, New York City’s Special Narcotics Prosecutor. “Patients endured unnecessary procedures knowing they would receive a monthly prescription for the most sought after narcotic on the black market. The fusion of pill mill and Medicaid mill harmed countless people throughout the region.”Prosecutors said the 13 suspects are facing a combined 477 charges, including conspiracy, criminal sale of a prescription for a controlled substance, health care fraud, falsifying business records, money laundering and scheme to defraud by unlawfully selling prescriptions.Their arrests were the result of a joint investigation between the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), New York State authorities, Nassau County police, Suffolk County police, Port Washington village police and Rockville Centre village police. Officials dubbed the four-year investigation “Operation Avalanche.”The case began to unravel when agents in the DEA’s Long Island District Office identified a group of so-called doctor shoppers—people that rack up prescriptions for painkiller that they then abuse or sell—who frequented two Brooklyn clinics, authorities said.The DEA estimated that six million Oxycodone that the doctor shoppers got from the pill mills were sold on the black market, where they are believed to have a combined street value of up to $100 million. In return for the tests that the pill mills required the doctor shoppers to take, the clinics received $24.6 million in Medicaid and Medicare reimbursements, authorities said.The alleged ringleader, Dr. Lazar Feygin, hired McClung and others in 2012 to orchestrate the pills-for-tests scheme, but the following year McClung and others opened their own practice, where they replicated the conspiracy, authorities said. Nazaire and Glaz also worked for Feygin, where they allegedly had supporting roles in the scam.last_img read more

Mourinho takes swipe at corporates after Dier blow-up

first_img “The people that are in these privileged positions by the tunnel. Of course some are Tottenham fans but I think a lot of corporate, a lot of invitation, a lot of people with special status and probably it’s the place of the stadium where I sometimes have doubts over if they are the real Tottenham fans because these [real fans] are the ones who support the boys until the last. Read Also:Mourinho to tell Tottenham board to focus on Premier League or Europe “This person insulted Eric, this family was there. The young brother was not happy with the situation and then Eric, I repeat did what we professionals cannot do, but did something that probably we would do.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayPretty Awesome Shows That Just Got CanceledTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street Art10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes Loading… center_img Tottenham boss, Jose Mourinho, took aim at the fans near the tunnel at Spurs stadium after the Eric Dier incident. Jose Mourinho  Dier jumped into the stands to confront some supporters allegedly abusing his brother after their FA Cup defeat to Norwich City. Mourinho, while condemning Dier’s actions, also said: “The fans I think they were with the team until the last penalty kick which we missed.Advertisementlast_img read more

Negros Occidental turns over nearly P5-M crop insurance fund to PCIC

first_imgCROP INSURANCE. Negros Occidental Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson (2nd from left) turns over the PHP4.92-million check to Philippine Crop Insurance Corp. Regional Manager Eva Laud during their meeting at the Provincial Capitol on Thursday (October 10, 2019). The amount is the provincial government’s additional allocation for farmers’ premiums. The event was witnessed by Jose Ma. Torres (right), head of PCIC-Negros Occidental, and Provincial Agriculturist Japhet Masculino (left). Photo courtesy of PIO Negros Occidental The P840 enrollment premium percropping season will be shouldered by the provincial government as a loan.  In the first half of the year, theprovince’s agriculture sector, excluding sugarcane, incurred production lossesof about P174 million due to El Niño.  Masculino said calamities can happenanytime, and it’s better for farmers to be enrolled for them to receiveindemnity claims.      The Office of the ProvincialAgriculturist is implementing the Negros First Universal Crop Insurance Program(NFUCIP) in partnership with the PCIC.   After Tropical Storm Falcon, ricefarmers reported losses amounting to P17.7 million. A total of 1,584 farmerswere affected, with 2,529 hectares of farms in 59 barangays of six localitiesin southern Negros. BACOLOD City – The Negros Occidentalprovincial government released P4.92 million to the Philippine Crop InsuranceCorp. (PCIC) as additional allocation for farmers’ premiums last week.      Under the NFUCIP, farmers may avail ofthe P17,000 claim per hectare of damaged farms. Following drought from January to Junethis year, the PCIC distributed at least P64 million in claims to about 13,000farmers in Negros Occidental. Provincial agriculturist JaphetMasculino recently said the Provincial Board approved the additional fund inJuly in the wake of natural calamities affecting the province’s agriculturesector. Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson on Oct. 10turned over the check to PCIC regional manager Eva Laud during their meeting atthe Provincial Capitol with PCIC-Negros Occidental head Jose Ma. Torres andMasculino.(With a report from PNA/PN)last_img read more

Results of 28. Round of Football League of FB&H

first_imgChart: 1. Sloboda 28 21 2 5 55:16 652. Jedinstvo 27 18 6 3 41:10 60 (-1)3. Bratstvo 28 16 5 7 53:26 534. Rudar 28 16 2 10 35:18 505. Orašje 27 13 3 11 42:35 42 (-1)6. Mladost 28 12 4 12 37:34 407. Gradina 28 12 4 12 29:27 408. GOŠK 28 10 9 9 38:30 399. Branitelj 28 10 6 12 36:28 3610. Radnički 28 10 6 12 35:27 3611. Budućnost 28 11 3 14 39:37 3612. Čapljina 28 11 3 14 33:33 3613. Igman 28 11 3 14 35:49 3614. Podgrmeč 28 11 3 14 34:56 3615. Iskra 28 8 3 17 20:52 2716. Troglav 28 1 2 25 8:92 5 Čapljina – Budućnost 1:2GOŠK – Podgrmeč 3:0Bratstvo – Rudar 2:1Radnički – Branitelj 0:0Sloboda – Iskra 3:1Mladost – Gradina 4:1Jedinstvo – Orašje (odgođeno) In this round, free team is Igman team.center_img Results of 28. Round of Football League of FB&H (Source: Fena)last_img read more

Who will be Amel Tuka’s Opponents in the Semifinal Race at the Olympics?

first_imgThe best BH athlete Amel Tuka found out his opponents in the semi-final race in the 800 meters at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.Tuka is in the second semi-final group, and his opponents are Andreas Bube (Denmark), Rynardt van Rensburg (South Africa), Alfred Kipketer (Kenya), Boris Berian (USA), Brandon McBride (Canada), Mohammed Aman (Ethiopia) and Yassine Hethat (Algeria). Tuka will run in the eighth track.Two best placed competitors from the three semi-final groups and two additional athletes with the best time will qualify in the finals.From the competitors in the semifinal group, only Van Rensburg had a better time than Amel in the qualification race at the Olympics. Tuka finished the race with the time 1: 45.72, and South African competitor had the time 1: 45.67.When looking at the whole season, the best time of Amel Tuka in this season was 1: 45:23. Behind him are only Bube (1:46:21) and Rensburg (1:46:15), while all the others from semifinal group had better time this season. Also, Kipketer ran with a time of 1:43:73 this season, which is a great result. McBride was near that time (1:43:95). Next is Berian (1:44:20), than Mohammed Aman (1:44:70) and Hethat (1:45:00).When looking at the best results in the career, Amel Tuka is the best athlete in this group with the time 1:42:51, which he achieved last year in Monaco.Thus, Amel has the quality to qualify for the finals, but looking at this season, the task will not be easy since the competition is really tough.Semifinal is scheduled on Sunday morning between 3:08 am and 3:30 am.(Source: O. T./Klix.ba)last_img read more

Portmore ready for RSPL final

first_imgPortmore United FC are ready and willing to play the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) final against Montego Bay United (MBU)FC in St James on Sunday at 4 p.m. “We won’t mind taking the trophy if they (MBU) are not there; however, the fans will be cheated,” Andre Waugh, technical director of five-time national champions Portmore United told the RSPL weekly press conference at the Red Stripe Hospitality Lounge yesterday morning. MBU failed to send any representative as they continued their protest against the move by the Professional Football Association of Jamaica (PFAJ) decision to stage the final at 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 1 at the Montego Bay Sports Complex, St James. Waugh said MBU’s absence from the press conference is an issue for that club. “We won’t be caught up. We will remain focused on the game,” he stated. Portmore have beaten MBU the three times that the teams have met in the RSPL preliminary stage this season, but Waugh is not taking his opponents lightly. “We have beaten them three times this season, but we won’t be complacent. We want to go all the way by adding the title to the regular season trophy we won for ending on most points.” The Portmore technical director added that he expects MBU to show for the final. “We expect MoBay to turn up, so we will go there to win,” he pointed out. BIG LOSS Portmore United will be without inspirational captain Omar Daley for Sunday’s game, and Waugh admitted that it is a big loss. “Omar Daley is out for the final because of an injury. His absence will be a big loss as he is a good leader, on and off the field,” the Portmore technical director said. He added that he had no problems with the decision to play the match in Montego Bay. “Once the decision was made, we worked with it and we have no problem with the venue and time of the game. We have no fear,” Waugh, who is also physical trainer for the Jamaica national senior team, said. Promoted Portmore United returned to the RSPL after being demoted two seasons ago. Last season, they captured the St Catherine FA Major League and knockout titles. They then won the South Central Confederation Super League and went into the Jamaica Football Federation premier league qualification play-offs and came out on top ahead of the University of the West Indies FC.last_img read more