24 more Covid-19 deaths confirmed

first_img Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA By News Highland – May 12, 2020 Facebook News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Twitter Homepage BannerNews Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Twitter The Health Protection Surveillance Centre has today been informed that a total of 24 people with COVID-19 have died.There have now been a total 1,488* COVID-19 related deaths in Ireland.As of 11am Tuesday 12th May the HPSC has been notified of 107 new confirmed cases of COVID-19. There is now a total of 23,242 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ireland.The HSE is working to identify any contacts the patients may have had to provide them with information and advice to prevent further spread.Today’s data from the HPSC, as of midnight, Sunday 10th May (23,089 cases), reveals:·        57% are female and 42% are male·        the median age of confirmed cases is 49 years·        3,031 cases (13%) have been hospitalised·        Of those hospitalised, 386 cases have been admitted to ICU·        6,906 cases are associated with healthcare workers·        Dublin has the highest number of cases at 11,235 (49% of all cases) followed by Kildare with 1,337 cases (6%) and then Cork with 1,234 cases (5%)·        Of those for whom transmission status is known: community transmission accounts for 61%, close contact accounts for 36%, travel abroad accounts for 3%As of midnight Monday 11th May, 258,808 tests have been carried out.Over the past week, 44,047 tests were carried out and of these 1,466 were positive, giving a positivity rate of 3.3%.The National Public Health Emergency Team met today (Tuesday 12 May) to continue its ongoing review of Ireland’s response to COVID-19.Dr. Tony Holohan, Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health, said; “We are continuing to examine the progress of the disease and though we are still making progress, which is giving us real encouragement, we need to keep going. We still have 70 people in ICU and over 500 people in hospital. We have more work to do.”Rachel Kenna, Deputy Chief Nursing Officer, Department of Health, said: “Today marks International Nurses Day and 2020 is also International Year of the Nurse and Midwife. We did not expect to be marking this year amidst a Global Pandemic, however, our fellow nurses and midwives have risen to the challenge and remain a vital resource to our health service.“Our nurses and midwives are working in high risk situations on a daily basis, delivering care in PPE, making personal sacrifices and continuing to provide compassionate care in a stressful environment.  “The public actions over the last number of weeks have meant nurses and midwives can continue to deliver care to those who need it. Please continue to support them during this time, hold firm and stay safe.” DL Debate – 24/05/21 WhatsApp 24 more Covid-19 deaths confirmed There have been a further 24 deaths here due to Covid-19, while another 107 cases of the virus have also been confirmed.It means the total death toll in the Republic now stands at 1,488.There are 23,242 total confirmed cases.Two further cases have been confirmed in Donegal, bringing the total in the county to 474.***********************Statement from the National Public Health Emergency Team Google+ Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Google+ Facebook WhatsApp Pinterest Previous articleEvening News, Sport, and Obituaries on Tuesday May 12thNext articleMcHugh faces tough oral exam in Dail chamber News Highland Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more

VANDERBURGH COUNTY FELONY CHARGES

first_imgEvansville, IN – Below are the felony cases to be filed by the Vanderburgh County Prosecutor’s Office today.Isaiah L. Henderson: Failure to register as a sex or violent offender (Level 5 Felony)Donald Ray Eapman: Failure of a sex offender to possess identification (Level 6 Felony)Curtis Lee Romhill: Criminal trespass (Level 6 Felony), Invasion of privacy (Class A misdemeanor)Erin Michael Worman: Resisting law enforcement (Level 6 Felony), Domestic battery (Class A misdemeanor), Resisting law enforcement (Class A misdemeanor)Whitney R. Wallace: Battery against a public safety official (Level 6 Felony), Resisting law enforcement (Level 6 Felony), Possession of a narcotic drug (Level 6 Felony)Charles Steele Tingley: Possession of methamphetamine (Level 6 Felony)Candace Nechole Carnahan: Possession of methamphetamine (Level 6 Felony)Brian Eden: Dealing in methamphetamine (Level 2 Felony), Possession of methamphetamine (Level 3 Felony), Unlawful possession of syringe (Level 6 Felony), Dealing in marijuana (Level 6 Felony), Possession of a controlled substance (Class A misdemeanor), Possession of a controlled substance (Class A misdemeanor) FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Doom Flamingo Announces Official Umphrey’s McGee Brooklyn Steel Afterparty At Brooklyn Bowl

first_imgDoom Flamingo, the modern synth-wave side project of Umphrey’s McGee bassist Ryan Stasik, will headline an official afterparty at Brooklyn Bowl on Saturday, February 16th, 2019 following the last of three Umphrey’s shows at Brooklyn Steel. The Doom Flamingo afterparty will take begin just before midnight, giving fans more than enough time to take the short subway ride from Brooklyn Steel to Brooklyn Bowl in time to catch the late-night festivities.The six-piece Doom Flamingo initially formed earlier this year as a result of Stasik helping to put together a group of highly sought-after musicians from the Charleston, South Carolina music scene. Members of the retro rock band include Stasik, Michael Quinn saxophone, Ross Bogan on keys, Stuart White on drums, Thomas Kenney on guitar, and Kanika Moore on vocals. The band has since begun releasing their own original music and is also scheduled to play an official after-show at Variety Playhouse in Atlanta on December 28th during the upcoming Umphrey’s McGee New Year’s Eve run.PREMIERE: Doom Flamingo, Side Project Of UM’s Ryan Stasik, Releases ’80s-Flavored, Synth-Heavy Track, “F-16”Perhaps the best description of the retro rock project comes from the band itself, which state on their website that their music can be thought of as “Top Gun guitar riffs and Miami Beach poolside lounge-vibes, [which are] all at once contrasted with eerie darksynth soundscapes reminiscent of old John Carpenter films.”While Doom Flamingo may still be a relatively new project, fans can tune into some of their already impressive chemistry with the entertaining animated video for “Runaway” below:Doom Flamingo – “Runaway” – Official Video[Video: Doom Flamingo]Tickets for the Brooklyn Doom Flamingo UM afterparty go on sale starting this Friday, December 7th, at 10 a.m. EST, and can be purchased on the band’s website.last_img read more

U.S. Ambassador in Paraguay Asks for Punishment for “All Acts of Terrorism”

first_imgBy Dialogo May 14, 2010 The U.S. ambassador in Paraguay, Liliana Ayalde, urged local authorities to punish “the acts of terrorism” of the Paraguayan People’s Army (EPP), a leftist radical organization that has claimed responsibility for a number of kidnappings and murders. “All acts of terrorism should be punished in Paraguay,” the diplomat said, speaking to the 9.70 AM radio station after attending the presentation of a plan to aid rural producers with scarce resources in the department of San Pedro (in northern Paraguay) with backing from the United States. She was referring to the incursions of the EPP, an armed group that has claimed responsibility for two kidnappings in two years and for the murder of four police slightly less than a month ago, and to which kidnappings and bomb attacks have been attributed. The most recent occurrence caused Fernando Lugo’s administration to declare a thirty-day state of emergency in five departments in northern Paraguay at the end of April. “All attacks on people’s lives and on private property should be repudiated,” Ayalde said.last_img read more

Rematch 3: Godfred Donsah not scared of familiar Mali threat

first_imgMali beat Ghana 1-0 in the Group stages while Ghana revenged by beating them 3-1 to win bronze at the African Youth Championship.– “At the African Youth Championship, they defeated us in the group stages and we also beat them in the third place off game. Now we need to show them that we are better than them and we will approach the game with all seriousness.” Familiar breeds contempt.But it doesn’t breed fear for Ghana U20 midfielder Godfred Donsah, who says they are very capable of beating Mali in the next stage of the ongoing Fifa U20 World Cup in New Zealand. Midfielder Donsah is anticipating a difficult game but believes they can edge the Malians out. The game between Ghana and Mali will be the third time the two sides will be meeting this year after playing at the African Youth Championship in Senegal last March. The Black Satellites have been handed a tough draw as they face Mali in the round of 16 knock-out stage. Coach Sellas Tetteh and his side finished top of Group B ahead of Austria as they eliminated six-time champions Argentina and Panama. “The match against Mali will be difficult but the most important thing is to grab the win which will see us through to the next stage of the competition. I have heard a lot about this fixture and that is not a surprise to me because the two side are playing very well in the competition.”last_img read more

Environment NJ to Discuss Water Report Oct. 22 at BCC

first_imgLINCROFT – Doug O’Malley, interim executive director of Environment New Jersey, will discuss his organization’s recent report on New Jersey’s deteriorating water quality at 6:30 p.m., Monday, Oct. 22, at Brookdale Com­munity College’s Warner Student Life Center.The meeting is open to the public, the college’s students, and members of the N.J. Friends of Clearwater and the Jersey Shore (Monmouth) Group of the Sierra Club.O’Malley will explain how the state legislature’s actions have contributed to the pollution and what regulatory actions should be taken to reverse this deterioration. In particular, O’Malley will discuss Raritan River and Bay, the Navesink and Shrews­bury Rivers, and Barnegat Bay. Only one creek, originating in a northwestern state park, is pollution-free. All of the state’s other bodies of water are polluted.In the past few years, the state legislature has loosened a number of state Department of Environ­mental regulations on water quality and pollution controls. In opposition, environmentalists argue that, given the state’s pollution problems, controls should be stricter.The DEP’s commissioner, Bob Martin, has said he will include economic considerations in addition to environmental rules when assessing developers’ applications. Last month, Gov. Christie vetoed a bipartisan bill that would have blocked the transport and treatment of controversial gas “fracking” wastewater generated from both in-state and out-of-state gas exploration.O’Malley’s presentation is hosted by Brookdale Com­munity College’s Environ­mental Club to encourage BCC students to be involved in statewide and national debates on the importance of strong environmental regulations.During the Lincroft meeting, a cash buffet begins at 6 p.m. and O’Malley’s presentation begins at 6:30 p.m.last_img read more

Mallard’s Source for Sports Team of the Week — Nelson Curling Club Champions

first_imgIn the Friday Night Mixed league, Team Haynes triumphed 10-6 over the Winters/Grainger rink to claim the overall title.The rink includes, Ken Haynes, Chris Haynes, Sandi Haynes and Gloria Beecham (spare).In the men’s event, the Roger May foursome outlasted the Salviulo rink to clinch the crown.The team includes, skip Roger May, Steve Greenwood, Jamie Tedesco, and Graham Jamin.The May rink also won the right to represent Nelson in the B.C. Club Challenge (Kootenays) in Invermere at the end of March.In the Ladies event, Kelli May rink edged out Sherri McIvor for the top prize. The May rink includes, Kalyn May, Erin May, Jade May and Kelli May. (See men’s and ladies rink pictures below.) Nothing like St. Paddy’s Day falling on the same night at the Nelson Curling Club crowning its club champions.So there was plenty of curling spirit flowing as the club celebrated its 2012 winners.Staff at Mallard’s Source for Sports would like to recognize all the winning rinks with Team of the Week accolades.The winning rinks from the three leagues include:last_img read more

Total Chaos completes wire-to-wire season by capturing Mixed Slopitch Title

first_imgThe game was a close affair throughout the contest with Total Chaos, finishing the regular season with a 19-0 record, holding off a late charge to edge Main Jet.In the B final, OK Tire got past Competition to capture bragging rights.In the C-Division Championship, Whitewater got past Shamballer to claim the crown.Twenty teams are entered into the Nelson Mixed Slopitch League, which begins play in April. Total Chaos completed a wire-to-wire finish by edging Main Jet 10-9 to capture the 2016 Nelson Mixed Slopitch Championship Sunday at the Lakeside Diamonds.The victory over Main Jet completed an undefeated season for the Regular Season and Playoff Champions.last_img read more

STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN – MONDAY MAY 25, 2015

first_imgPeter Miller441011223%$373,710 Richard Baltas31103232%$418,270 FANTICOLA ‘GOOD AS EVER’ FOR GRADE I GAMELYFanticola missed by a desperate nose in the Santa Barbara Handicap at 1 ¼ miles on turf April 18 under Joe Talamo, who has been aboard the Silent Name mare in all but two of her 15 career races, winning four.Leading trainer Phil D’Amato expects another solid effort in today’s Grade I Gamely Stakes at 1 1/8 miles on turf, discounting that the shorter distance might be beneficial.“She is doing as good as ever,” D’Amato said. “I really think she likes this turf course. Joe knows there’s a little new dimension with her and I think we’re going to take it to them.”SADLER EXPECTS A NEW DEAL FOR HARD ACES             After rallying to finish fourth behind Shared Belief in the Grade I Santa Anita Handicap on March 7 in his first start for Hronis Racing and trainer John Sadler, Hard Aces disappointed when shipped to Arkansas for the Grade II Oaklawn Handicap on April 11, finishing sixth in a field of nine, beaten nearly 13 lengths.Sadler expects an improved performance from the 5-year-old Hard Spun horse when he runs in The Californian on Saturday, a Grade II race at 1 1/8 miles that is a forerunner to the Grade I, $500,000 Gold Cup at Santa Anita on June 27.            “He came out of the Oaklawn race a little bit distressed,” Sadler said. “He wasn’t breathing right afterward. He had like an electrolyte imbalance, so it was disappointing to go there and not run better than that.“But he’s been training forwardly since he came home and we’re looking forward to getting a good race in him. Victor (Espinoza) will ride him back and we are adding blinkers.”Previously trained by Larry Jones, Hard Aces has a 5-3-6 record from 21 starts with earnings of $268,145. Robertino Diodoro1832317%$109,990 Felipe Valdez68710510%$291,480 Eddie Truman1261150%$220,150 Joseph Talamo751431619%$471,258 Tyler Baze10820132019%$1,016,890 Jerry Hollendorfer4049510%$336,534 Richard Mandella2366226%$476,470 Martin Garcia2463325%$156,710 Michael Machowsky1634219%$109,520 Drayden Van Dyke5376513%$332,338 Bruce Headley1031030%$76,450 Alex Solis2043320%$194,080 Fernando Perez721210917%$461,690 (Current Through Sunday, May 24) CLOCKER SEES PHAROAH WINNING TRIPLE CROWNFANTICOLA SHARP FOR GAMELY AFTER NEAR-MISSHARD ACES ADDS BLINKERS FOR THE CALIFORNIAN Edwin Maldonado58712912%$276,700 Elvis Trujillo555479%$262,790 Philip D’Amato35124434%$610,250 Gonzalo Nicolas6656128%$201,858 Santiago Gonzalez5541247%$241,686 Bob Baffert1852428%$212,950center_img Kent Desormeaux4045410%$205,590 Martin Pedroza6141077%$235,714 Rafael Bejarano8418171521%$865,922 FINISH LINES: Santa Anita will be dark for live racing Tuesday through Thursday and return with live racing Friday at 4 p.m. There will be simulcast racing Thursday, May 28, with free parking and free General Admission . . .Santa Anita Park extends condolences to the family of former trainer and racing manager Richard Mulhall, who passed away following a lengthy illness this morning at his home in Monrovia at age 76. Mulhall is survived by his son Michael and daughter, trainer Kristin Mulhall. Services are pending . . . Mike Smith and Elvis Trujillo will be 17 miles east of Harrisburg at Penn National in Grantville, Pa., Saturday for stakes engagements. Smith rides Delta Jackpot winner Ocho Ocho Ocho in the $500,000, Grade III Penn Mile on turf and Prize Exhibit in the $150,000 Penn Oaks at a mile on grass, both for trainer Jim Cassidy. Trujillo pilots La Puente Stakes winner Papacoolpapacool for Phil D’Amato in the Penn Mile . . . Reminder to horsemen: Barretts two-year-old training preview will take place at 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 26, at Del Mar, with the sale on Thursday, May 28, at 1 p.m. . . . Santa Anita will host a book signing of John Perrotta‘s new publication, “Racetracker,” from 12 noon to 2 p.m. across from Champions! Gift Shop on Belmont Stakes Day, June 6. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund. TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won YOUNG ALL ‘AMERICAN’ IN TRIPLE CROWN PURSUITGary Young has been on American Pharoah’s bandwagon from the get-go, andwith a Triple Crown in close proximity, the private clocker isn’t about to bail out now.He knows it won’t be easy, however. There have been 13 horses that attempted to capture racing’s most elusive prize since Affirmed was the last to do it in 1978. All have failed.There are reasons, be they legitimate or theoretical.“This is going to be Pharoah’s fourth race in eight weeks and it’s going to be a mile and a half,” said Young, a keen and respected observer of the Thoroughbred for 35 years.“If they’re ever going to beat him, it’s going to be this race. I think he’s the best horse in this crop by more than a little bit, and I think he’s the best horse I’ve seen in a while. Obviously, I’ve been on record as saying that.“He’s still got to prove that, but as far as horses going through the Triple Crown, I think he’s the best I’ve seen in some time.“Looking at the race, he’s going to be in front. The big question is which one of the main contenders is going to be the first one to go after him? Do you want to be the first one to take him on? You’d rather be the second or third after someone else has softened him up.“I respect Materiality, I respect Keen Ice. If you watch Keen Ice’s race in the (Kentucky) Derby, when everyone else was shoving for all they were worth at the three-eighths pole, he was passing horses under a pull and he had to steady for more than an eighth of a mile (eventually finishing seventh, beaten nine lengths by American Pharoah, who won by a length). I respect those horses, but I think Pharoah’s the best horse.”That said, should Pharoah do it, would it give racing a welcome bump?“Would it help? Yeah,” Young opined. “But there is still going to be trouble filling entries and there’s still going to be in-fighting among different factions in racing.“There have been 13 horses that have attempted to win the Triple Crown since Affirmed in 1978, and there were people in the business who questioned whether they were worthy of winning it.“As far as talent, I don’t think anyone really questions whether American Pharoah is worthy of being a Triple Crown winner.“Is he going to do it? I happen to think he will. I acknowledge that (winning) four races in eight weeks is not an easy thing, and a mile and a half has become an antiquated distance on the main track, but if he breaks and makes the lead and relaxes like I think he will, when they go after him and try to tackle him at the half-mile pole, they better be tied on.” -30- JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won William Spawr1632219%$89,840 Flavien Prat681515322%$895,700 Mike Smith2556220%$495,690 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Victor Espinoza1842322%$188,350 Mark Glatt3145513%$204,494 Tiago Pereira3167419%$270,670 Peter Eurton2432513%$213,296 John Sadler3857513%$217,278 Mike Puype3547611%$333,530 Dan Hendricks1032030%$110,140 Ricky Agarie1231325%$110,720 Vann Belvoir2735411%$124,390 Doug O’Neill571012618%$468,748last_img read more

Preview: Bees hope to maintain home form

first_imgWill Scott Hogan find the net again for the Bees?Beaten by Huddersfield and Rotherham on their travels, Brentford aim to get it right third time against Yorkshire opposition when they host Sheffield Wednesday. The Bees have picked up 16 points from a possible 18 in their last six home matches.Kick-off: 3pm, Saturday 27 August 2016Referee: Peter Bankes (Merseyside)BetVictor.com preview: Bees 9/5 for another home winVital statistic: Brentford have kept a clean sheet in their last three home league matches, while Sheffield Wednesday have not won away in their last seven.Injuries and suspensionsBRENTFORDRuled out: Alan Judge (broken leg), Yoann Barbet (ankle), Jack Bonham (back).SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAYRuled out: Marco Matias (abductor), Jose Semedo (muscular).Fitness test: Glenn Loovens (ankle). Possible starting line-upsBrentford: Bentley; Colin, Egan, Dean, Elder; Yennaris, Woods; Vibe, Sawyers, Macleod; Hogan.Sheffield Wednesday: Westwood; Hunt, Lees, Hutchinson, Pudil; Wallace, Lee, Bannan, Abdi; Forestieri; Fletcher. Facts and figuresFORM GUIDE (last five league matches)Brentford: L W W L W (9 points) • Home: W W W W D (13 points)Sheff Weds: L L D W L (4 points) • Away: L D D L D (3 points)TOP SCORERS (league only)Brentford – 2: Egan; 1: Hogan, Yennaris.Sheff Weds – 1: Forestieri, Hooper.LAST FIVE MEETINGS13 Feb 2016: Sheff Wed 4 Brentford 026 Sep 2015: Brentford 1 Sheff Wed 214 Apr 2015: Sheff Wed 1 Brentford 021 Oct 2014: Brentford 0 Sheff Wed 028 Apr 2012: Brentford 1 Sheff Wed 2Brentford 0 wins, Sheffield Weds 4 wins, 1 drawFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more