Advertisement Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR LimerickNewsFlood prevention measures continue across parts of LimerickBy Meghann Scully – March 3, 2020 343 Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Print Previous articleSquad Update: Carbery to Miss Rest of Munster’s SeasonNext articleOdyssey Studios take overall prize in Limerick final of National Enterprise Awards Meghann Scully Email Linkedin Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash TAGSfloodingKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Postweather WhatsApp Facebook Flooding near O’Briensbridge Co Clare. Just below Parteen weir, where the ESB released a large volume of water after recent wet weather.Pic: Press 22Staff of Limerick City and County Council are continuing to monitor flood levels in parts of County Limerick along the Lower River Shannon.Flood defences erected in Castleconnell, Montpelier, Annacotty and Mountshannon Road are continuing to hold as water levels begin to level off.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The ESB are discharging 400 m3/s at Parteen Weir, but may reduce this, if weather conditions and river levels allow.Volunteers from Limerick Civil Defence have used their boat to check on residents whose homes are cut off due to the flood levels.The road in Castleconnell from Charco’s to World’s End and Castleconnell Boat Club remains closed.The Red Path in Corbally remains closed until further notice as does the cycleway/ walkway from Irish Estates, through to the Guinness Bridge, and onwards to UL.Limerick City and County Council will continue to monitor flood levels on the Shannon and their impact, and is asking people to be mindful over the coming days of returning to lands which have already been heavily saturated as they slowly begin to dry out.Limerick City and County Council’s Contact numbers:Customer Service (9am – 5pm) 061 556000Out of Hours contact (non-emergency contact) is 061 417833Other useful numbers:Dial 999/112 for emergency services only if neededESB Networks 1850 372 999Gas Networks Ireland 1850 205 050Limerick City and County Council is continuing to work with the HSE and An Garda Síochána as part of the Local Co-ordination Group.#LK Working Together Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Twitter
94, of Bayonne passed away on May 8 at St. Ann’s Nursing Home, Jersey City. Fannie worked for the Military Ocean Terminal in Bayonne for many years before retiring. She was a member of the Disabled War Veteran’s Auxiliary and the Knit Wits Club. Fannie was a wife to the late John, a mother to the late Paul and his wife Maureen. A grandmother to John, David, Barry, Paul and Sean Kushnir. Great grandmother to Courtney, Jenna, Christian, Alex, Jake, Zoe, Ava, Paul III, Dylan, Fiona, and Cassidy. A sister to John Terracciano and his wife, the late Julia. Fannie was also predeceased by her parents Dominick and Grace (nee: Lozito) Terracciano, her brothers Vito and Ralph, and her sister Madeline Lucente. Funeral arrangements by MIGLIACCIO Funeral Home, 851 Kennedy Blvd.
Read also: ‘Someone influential’: Novel Baswedan tells court he has name of person behind his attackThe court indicted in March two police officers who were allegedly involved in the acid attack against Novel on April 11, 2017.Prosecutor Fedrik Adhar charged the defendants, low-ranking officers of Depok’s Kelapa Dua mobile brigade Ronny Bugis and Rahmat Kadir Mahulete, under Article 355 of the Criminal Code on premeditated ill treatment, which carries a maximum sentence of 12 years’ imprisonment upon conviction.According to the indictment, the two defendants claimed that the assault was due to a grudge over Novel’s work as an investigator for the KPK, which has sent powerful state officials, including top police generals such as Insp. Gen. Djoko Susilo, to prison. The two perceived this as a form of resistance against the National Police.However, Novel told journalists earlier this month that he doubted the defendants’ motive in carrying out the attack.“Low-ranking police officers usually live a simple life, which means that they are people who are not using their authority to seek profit or wealth,” Novel told reporters, “If the defendants have a grudge because I am fighting corruption, I don’t think it makes sense.”Novel’s advocacy team called on the Supreme Court’s supervisory board and the Judicial Commission to directly monitor what it claimed was a “misleading hearing” to ensure that the proceedings remain impartial and fair so that the true identity of the mastermind could be brought to light.Furthermore, it also urged the National Police to refrain from providing legal assistance to the two defendants to prevent any conflicts of interest. The advocacy team for Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) senior investigator Novel Baswedan has expressed skepticism over the legal proceedings surrounding his acid attack case, claiming that the hearing had been compromised by factual discrepancies and oversight from the start.The group argued that the trial for the case, which saw four hearings at the North Jakarta District Court, failed to connect the attack to Novel’s work with the antigraft body and viewed the assault as a random act of violence instead.“In their indictment, the prosecutors only regarded the acid attack against Novel Baswedan as an ordinary assault that is unrelated to [Novel’s work] and [part of] systematic efforts to weaken the KPK,” the group said in a statement on Sunday. Topics : It said the indictment contradicted the results of the National Commission on Human Rights (Komnas HAM) and the National Police’s fact-finding efforts, which established a connection between the acid attack and Novel’s handling of major graft cases, such as a bribery case involving businessman Basuki Hariman and former Constitutional Court justice Patrialis Akbar, as well as the electronic ID graft case involving former Golkar Party chairman Setya Novanto.“The indictment did not mention any information as to who ordered the attack on Novel Baswedan. The prosecutors in charge of the investigation could only intend to [indict] the perpetrators [as they presented themselves on the field],” the team said, adding that the prosecutor had stopped short of mentioning the possible involvement of any “mastermind” in the attack.The advocacy team further argued that there was a deliberate attempt to remove crucial evidence and witnesses from the court, complicating ongoing efforts to shed some light on the truth.“[…] key witnesses’ statements to the National Police and Komnas HAM were not presented to the court,” the team said, adding that it was possible that a number of witnesses were intimidated into staying silent.
Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros (This is the latest in a series of quick profiles on players who fit for the Angels to add over the winter. They are purely “informed speculation,” based on what we know about the Angels’ roster needs along with General Manager Billy Eppler’s preferences and history. We’ll have a new one every weekday, until the GM Meetings, which are the unofficial start of the hot stove season.)MIKE MOUSTAKAS, 3B, Milwaukee BrewersThe basics: A product of Chatsworth High, Moustakas came up as a power-hitting third baseman with the Kansas City Royals, with four seasons of 20 homers. He was widely connected to the Angels as a free agent last winter, but he ended up re-signing with Kansas City and getting traded to the Brewers midseason. He will play most of next season at age 30.2018 season: Moustakas hit .251 with a .315 on-base percentage and 28 homers.Contract status: Moustakas has a mutual option worth $15 million, which means he’s probably going to be a free agent. Last season he made $5.5 million. Why he makes sense: The Angels are not likely to have the room in their payroll or roster for a premium infielder who can only play one position, but Moustakas played a few games at first base last season. If he’s willing and able to play over there more regularly, or even primarily, he could be a good fit for the Angels. The Angels could use one more big bat, preferably who hits left-handed, and if he can play first base and another position, that allows him to fill in when Albert Pujols is not at first, but also be somewhere on the field when Pujols is. The transition to first base should be doable, as long as Moustakas is willing. If Moustakas could play first and third, he’d basically do what the Angels hoped Luis Valbuena would do. A Southern California native, he might have some incentive to do what it takes to fit with the Angels. Another left-handed power bat in the lineup would help balance the roster.Why he doesn’t: He is going to cost some money that the Angels would probably prefer to save for their pitching, since they believe they have enough young players with the offensive upside to give them what they need. Also, his career on-base percentage is only average. Defensively, he’d be a work in progress at first.Previous players: C J.T. Realmuto, RHP Nate Eovaldi, RHP Sonny Gray, LHP Patrick Corbin, LHP CC Sabathia, UT Daniel Descalso, RHP Julio Teheran, LHP Gio Gonzalez, UT Marwin Gonzalez, LHP J.A. Happ, LHP Will Smith.Related Articles Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error