Kelly’s proud to be miles ahead with Circle K rebrand

first_imgKelly’s Forecourt at Mountain Top Letterkenny has had a shiny new rebrand to join the global Circle K network.As well as a new-look canopy, the former Topaz petrol station offers customers exciting benefits to customers. The people, the service and the award-winning Centra store remain the same. All that has changed is the Circle K forecourt.Kelly’s of Mountain Top rebranded to Circle KKelly’s pumps are continuing to supply the same fuel that takes you miles further. Miles by Circle K is the new and improved quality fuel that reduces the cost of fuel by up to 3%.Miles saves you up to 4c per litre. The fuel contains unique additives to help clean the engine, so your car will thank you too!Miles fuels benefits:Improve fuel consumption – takes you up to 3% furtherClean and protect your engineEnhance engine efficiency and improve reliabilityReduce harmful exhaust emissions Many of Kelly’s loyal customers will be wondering about their Topaz fuel cards. The good news is that the existing Topaz fuel card is accepted at all Circle K locations in Ireland. It will also be accepted at Topaz locations during the rebrand. Gradually, new Circle K branded fuel cards are due to be introduced.The team at Kelly’s are looking forward to welcoming customers to their new-look forecourt this season.This move is the latest in exciting developments at Kelly’s. The Centra store recently held a Customer Appreciation Day to celebrate their innovative store and customer service, while the popular Kelly’s Diner continues to impress with their tasty food offers and stylish designed venue.Call up to Kelly’s at Mountain Top to refuel, restock and relax!Sponsored PostKelly’s proud to be miles ahead with Circle K rebrand was last modified: September 12th, 2018 by Staff WriterShare 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:circle kkelly’s mountain topletterkennypetrolservice stationlast_img read more

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Diaspora meeting: Africans must unite

first_img24 May 2012Africans must unite in order to build a solid foundation for reviving the African family across the world – a move that will give impetus to the renaissance of the continent.The call was made at the opening of the African Diaspora Ministerial Meeting held ahead of Friday’s Global Diaspora Summit in Sandton.The ministerial meeting, hosted at the Department of International Relations and Cooperation’s headquarters in Pretoria, paves the way for the Sandton summit to be attended by, among others, current and former heads of state.The common thread amongst speakers was a vision of a united and strong Africa based on partnerships between governments and all segments of society in order to shore up cohesion and solidarity amongst countries on continent and the diaspora.The opening of the ministerial meeting recognised the need to build on sustainable partnerships between the African continent and the African diaspora through dialogue and effective collaboration with governments and peoples of different regions of the world.Building a sold foundationSpeaking at the opening session, International Relations and Cooperation Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane said the outcomes of the summit must contribute towards building a solid foundation for reviving our global African family.She affirmed the need to promote South-South cooperation as a framework for enhancing mutual development as well as Pan African Solidarity.Nkoana-Mashabane said a united Africa and Diaspora would lead the continent in the right direction towards independence, economic emancipation, eradication of poverty and advancement of Africa.She urged the summit to pick up the baton relayed from the days of Pan African conferences premised on ridding the continent of all its challenges; and help create a better life for Africans in the diaspora.“These struggles on the continent and the diaspora are far from over. The challenges of neo-colonialism are still before us. Racism is another reality that continues to cause pain, suffering and humiliation to its victims.“Many people on this continent still live in fear because of the absence of peace and security in their countries. Disease, hunger and ignorance remain an obstacle to our achievement of a better life for our people,” said Nkoana-Mashabane.A message of hopeErieka Bennett, Ghana’s Head of Mission at the Diaspora African Forum, said the summit was an opportunity for African leaders to give the diaspora a message of hope that the continent will never be the same, and that unity in diversity was a tenable ideal.Also addressing the summit, the Chairperson of the African Union Commission Jean Ping, lauded the efforts thus far to support Africa and the African diaspora.He used his message to outline the aim of the summit and the work that had been done from ministerial and technical experts’ meetings that led to the draft declaration, programme of action and implementation strategy, which will be considered at Friday’s summit.Ping said Friday’s consolidated outcome document would “serve as a basic law guiding the programme and its effective implementation”.Among others, the draft declaration mentions the African Diaspora Legacy Projects. These include the creation of a database of professional skills in the African diaspora, which will tap into the expertise which have been lost in the brain drain.Others include the African diaspora Fund, whereby Africans abroad will be able to invest in African development, among others.These projects will be discussed and finalised at Friday’s summit, which will be attended by over 60 representatives.Harnessing skillsThe summit will discuss how best to harness the skills and energies within the continent and abroad for socio-economic development of Africa and boost synergies, as well as facilitate innovation and entrepreneurship through sustainable partnerships within the continent and the diaspora.To be held under the theme, “Towards the Realisation of a United and Prosperous Africa and its Diaspora”, the summit will also consider the possible inclusion of the diaspora as a sixth region of the AU and endorse an AU Diaspora Volunteer Programme, which would associate the diaspora directly with the development efforts on the continent.The AU defines the diaspora as “peoples of African origin living outside the continent, irrespective of their citizenship and nationality and who are willing to contribute to the development of the continent and the building of the African Union”.Source: BuaNewslast_img read more

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How much free music is available online?

first_imgTags:#Multimedia#web 4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout Related Posts 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People…center_img I was going to leave a comment at Lucas Gonze’s weblog, but I may as well usetrackback and hope he sees this. Lucasposted a follow-up to his “whine that policing unauthorized music on Webjay isturning into a huge drag”. He is considering a form of community moderation (suggested bySeb Paquet). I thought “Jim” left aninteresting comment in response to this. The last thing he said was:“Of course, with webjay, there is a more black-and-white issue. Is thematerial obviously illegal or not?”This touches on what I wrotethe other day about not being able to link to Lucid 3 and other New Zealand musicusing WebJay. Following on from Jim’s query, I’m wondering how much of popular musicis available free online? For example, if I wanted to create a playlist of myfavorite songs in the Billboard Top 100 this week, how many of those songs would beavailable to me as free links? Anyone know an estimate?How about more ‘niche’ music – like for example New Zealand music? It would be reallyinteresting to find out what is the ratio of free linkable songs (which I herebychristen with the acronym FLS) to songs you have to pay to listen to, for eachgenre of music. Does bluegrass for example have a higher FLS ratio than blues? Thehigher the FLS (Free Linkable Songs) ratio, the better. 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex… richard macmanuslast_img read more

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