Twitter Facebook Pinterest Google+ Facebook WhatsApp Google+ Twitter AudioHomepage BannerNews Pinterest FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 By News Highland – November 29, 2018 WhatsApp The Manager of Letterkenny University Hospital says the hospital had not been been allocated any new beds for five years until approval was received at the weekend for 10 new beds at the hospital’s Short Stay Ward.Speaking on the Nine til Noon Show today(full interview HERE), Sean Murphy confirmed that he had sought the full complement of 20 beds, and will continue to press for the rest of the beds while recruitment is taking place.So far this year, almost 4,800 people have been awaiting in-patient beds at various points, the seventh highest of 32 acute hospitals nationally.Sean Murphy says the short stay ward is key to addressing that problem………..Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/29smurph1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Harps come back to win in Waterford RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR DL Debate – 24/05/21 Hospital manager says Short Stay Ward progress is crucial Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Previous articleTanaiste to attend Brexit briefing at LYITNext articleSuccess of DCC’s smoke free playgrounds initiative highlighted News Highland News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th
LAPS News:Los Alamos Public Schools reports that online registration for Kindergarten for 2020-2021 at Aspen, Barranca, Chamisa, Mountain and Piñon elementary schools will be available Monday, April 6, 2020 through the LAPS website.Registration is an important step to ensure that your child is placed in a kindergarten class for the upcoming school year.To enroll your child, simply visit the LAPS Registration page at laschools.net/registration. From the Registration page, choose the Kindergarten tab to begin the application.Children who turn five before 12:01 a.m. Sept. 1, 2020, are eligible to be enrolled in kindergarten for the 2020-2021 school year. The first day of school is Aug. 13, 2020.Click here for more information on documentation required for new student enrollment. Kindergarten students who live outside of Los Alamos County must complete an Open Enrollment Application, which also can be found at laschools.net/registration.In addition, the applications for the New Mexico PreK Lottery also will open Monday, April 6, 2020. LAPS currently has a New Mexico PreK program at Piñon Elementary School.LAPS hopes to receive funding to offer additional New Mexico PreK programs in Los Alamos for the 2020-2021 school year. There is a maximum enrollment based on available funding so applications will be entered into a lottery for acceptance into the program. Parents will be allowed to select a program in Los Alamos or White Rock based on availability. The lottery opens at 8 a.m. and will be accessible at laschools.net. Lottery selection will be made in June 2020.For questions or more information, contact Sandra Osborn at [email protected] or 505.663.2228.
LocalNews Heavy rainfall affecting Dominica by: – April 18, 2013 La Plaine river overflowing its banks. Photo credit: Facebook ProfileAlthough the 2013 hurricane season has not yet commenced, several villages are being affected by heavy rainfall associated with a trough system. The Dominica Meteorological Service has advised that the trough system will continue to cause cloudiness, showers and possible isolated thunderstorms mainly across the central portion of the island chain during the next 24 to 48 hours.Residents in areas prone to flooding, land/mudslides and falling rocks should remain vigilant. There have been reports of landslides in Bagatelle and flooding in La Plaine.The hurricane season commences on June 1st and meteorologists have already called for citizens to begin preparations.The World Meteorological Organization released the 2013 Atlantic Basin tropical cyclone names At its thirty-fifth (35th) session of the Regional Association (RA) IV Hurricane Committee was held in Willemstad, Curacao from 8 to 12 April 2013.The names are:• Andrea• Barry• Chantal• Dorian• Erin• Fernand• Gabrielle• Humberto• Ingrid• Jerry• Karen• Lorenzo• Melissa• Nestor• Olga• Pablo• Rebekah• Sebastien• Tanya• Van• WendyAt that meeting, the name ‘SANDY’ was retired from the official list of Atlantic Basin tropical cyclone names due to the extreme impacts it caused from Jamaica and Cuba to the North east United States in October 2012.Storm names are reused every six years for both the Atlantic and eastern North Pacific basins. Whenever a storm is so devastating that the future use of the name would be insensitive or confusing, the WMO hurricane committee may retire the name. The name will be replaced with “SARA” beginning in 2018.Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! Share 27 Views no discussions Tweet Share Share
But there are fears that several smaller waves might lead to a larger outbreak which could then spiral out of control. The voluntary mass testing is being conducted with the help of medical staff from mainland China. A health workers union has criticized the effort as an inefficient waste of resources while activists have said it could be used to collect DNA samples. Authorities have dismissed the criticism as a smear campaign. Authorities hope the universal testing effort will give an accurate picture of the spread and help to contain the pandemic. So far, Hong Kong managed to keep the virus at a comparatively low level with just under 5,000 confirmed infections. Testing got under way on Tuesday with more than half a million residents so far having registered. Hong Kong has a population of about 7.5 million. Health workers are taking samples at more than 140 collection centers across the city. (BBC) HONG KONG has begun a free universal COVID-19 testing program, despite criticism that it is not effective and could be misused for surveillance. Hong Kong is battling repeated surges in COVID-19 infections. REUTERS
Qualls finished the match withdouble-double 36 points and 11 rebounds, while Standhardinger chipped in 23markers and 19 boards for the 4-6 Batang Pier. Already comfortably ahead at 103-90following a basket from Vic Manuel, the Aces were stunned by a 9-0 blast by theFuel Masters, capped by a triple by Matthew Wright, to cut their lead to103-102. Jvee Casio calmly sank two free throwsfor the Alaska as the lead increased to 105-102 with nine seconds to playbefore forcing Phoenix to miss their final attempt. Alaska Aces’ Franko House foils the shot of Phoenix Pulse Fuel Masters’ Jason Perkins. PBA PHOTO Sean Anthony also came up huge with 19points for the Batang Pier, which were without injured key players RobertBolick, Jonathan Grey and Bradwyn Guinto in the win./PN The Aces notched its third straightvictory to improve to 4-6 win-loss record. For Alaska, Franko House finished withdouble-double 15 points and 18 rebounds while Maverick Ahanmisi and Kevin Racaladded 12 and 11 markers, respectively. MANILA – Alaska Aces survived anendgame spurt by the Phoenix Pulse Fuel Masters to escape with a 105-102victory in the 2019 PBA Governors’ Cup last night at the Smart AranetaColiseum. Matthew Wright had double-double 25points and 10 assists, while Alonzo Gee added 23 markers as the Fuel Mastersbows out of playoffs contention with its 2-8 record. Manuel finished the match with 20points while Jeron Teng added 17 markers. Michael Qualls and ChristianStandhardinger took turns on offense for the Batang Pier to get back on thewinning track after trailing by as much as 15 points to start the game. In the first game, NorthPort BatangPier recovered from a flat start to score a 102-94 upset over the NLEX RoadWarriors and kept its playoffs hopes alive.