Facebook Print Previous articleAnger at after midnight callersNext articleMunster V Montauban postponed until Sunday admin Twitter NewsLocal NewsCampaign against A&E reshuffle gains strengthBy admin – January 24, 2009 557 Advertisement A UNITED campaign in the Mid West to force the government to scrap the recently published Teamwork/Horwath Group Report, especially its recommendation of an A&E centralisation at the Mid West Regional Hospital in Dooradoyle, is called for this week by the Limerick branch of the Campaign for a Real Public Health Service.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The report’s recommendation to reconfigure acute hospital services in the Midwest is condemned by the group, which claims it will hugely increase the queues at the Dooradoyle hospital, thereby putting lives at risk,Spokesperson, Cian Prendiville, said the development will mean that even people living right beside the Regional Hospital will be affected by the longer queues and worsened crisis there.“We must get active and build a strong united campaign to defeat this policy of health cuts,” says Mr Prendiville, who refers to the report’s contention that the Ennis, Nenagh and St John’s A&Es do not have the necessary workload and staffing to qualify as viable, stand-alone A&E services to justify further local investment”.Accusing the HSE of trying to divide and rule by claiming that St John’s will still treat the same amount of patients, Mr Prendiville says:“The reality is that these patients will no longer have access to a consultant, merely an advanced nurse practitioner, unable to treat serious cases and not only does this make no sense, as St John’s is currently rated as the number one A&E in the country, it will also mean much more pressure on the already struggling Regional Hospital,” he said.Urging people to join in the campaign against the health cuts, Mr Prendiville is calling for a united mass campaign throughout the Mid West and the rest of the country, and is asking those interested to contact Campaign for a Real Public Health Service (CRPHS) at [email protected] Email Linkedin WhatsApp
iStock/MattGushBy: JON HAWORTH, ABC News(MINNEAPOLIS) — Eleven people have been shot and one person has been killed in an overnight shooting in Minneapolis.The incident began on Sunday morning at 12:37 a.m. when multiple calls were made to the emergency services regarding numerous people being shot on the 2900 block of Hennepin Avenue South.The shooting was done by more than one person, according to the Minneapolis Police Department, and the suspects reportedly approached the crime scene on foot when they began to open fire.“Police arrived and located several people suffering from gunshot wounds,” the Minneapolis Police Department said in a press release. “Multiple ambulances responded and transported victims to Hennepin County Medical Center. Others were transported to area hospitals in private vehicles.”There were a total of 12 victims in the shooting. One adult male died at the hospital and the remaining 11 adult victims are all receiving treatment for non-life-threatening injuries suffered in the incident.Authorities have not yet confirmed exactly how many shooters there were but say that the suspects involved all fled the scene and are currently on the run.The Minneapolis Police Department is currently investigating the circumstances around the shooting and have not yet disclosed a possible motive for the attack.Police say that the investigation is ongoing and interviews of witnesses in the area are being done along and videos of the crime scene are also being reviewed.The identity of the adult male victim who died is expected to be released by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office in the coming days.No one is in custody at this time and authorities have not provided a description of the suspects yet. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Egypt’s Mohamed Salah vies for the ball against Congo’s Tobias Badila during their World Cup 2018 Africa qualifying match between Egypt and Congo at the Borg el-Arab stadium in Alexandria on October 8, 2017. AFP PHOTO Accra, Ghana | AFP | It took Liverpool and Egypt star Mohamed Salah just three years to transform from a Chelsea reject to being crowned African Player of the Year in Ghana Thursday.Salah failed to blossom after moving from Swiss outfit Basel to Stamford Bridge, leading to him being lent to Serie A sides Fiorentina and AS Roma, then sold to the latter.At Roma, his career took off as he scored 29 goals in two seasons and created 17 others to draw the attention of several English Premier League suitors.Liverpool made a successful £34.3 million (about $46.5 million; 38.5 million euros) bid and Salah has not looked back since, scoring 23 goals in 29 matches in all competitions.He has made a habit of bagging braces with the most recent helping Liverpool come from behind at home to edge Leicester City 2-1 last month.Seventeen of the goals have come in the Premier League, placing him second in the scorers’ charts, only one goal behind Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur.Apart from his Liverpool exploits, Salah last year helped resurgent Egypt finish Africa Cup of Nations runners-up and reach the World Cup for the first time since 1990.The African Player of the Year title completed an awards hat-trick after he was named BBC African Footballer of the Year in December and Arab Player of the Year earlier this week.It is a far cry from a few years ago when Salah was doubting whether he could ever become a regular scorer in a major European league.“Mohamed has been absolutely amazing and gives Liverpool a different dimension because his pace gets him behind defenders,” said former Liverpool star Ian Rush.“Before the arrival of Salah, opponents of Liverpool were happy in the knowledge that no one was going past them.”Another former Liverpool star, Gary McAllister, said the Egyptian combined individual skill with teamwork.“Mohamed has wonderful flair, but also works effortlessly for the side and is very much a team player.“He works his socks off for the badge and that is what really impresses me. He is also capable of scoring from all areas of the pitch.”Most Egyptian stars eventually play for one of the Cairo club giants — Al Ahly or Zamalek — before considering a move to Europe.But Salah never lined up for the “Red Devils” of Ahly or the “White Knights” of Zamalek, turning out for less fashionable El Mokawloon instead in the Egyptian capital.His goals attracted the attention of Basel, who signed him after Egyptian domestic football was suspended in 2012 when a football-related Port Said riot claimed more than 70 lives.He played for Egypt at under-20 and under-23 levels before making his senior debut and was the leading 2018 World Cup qualifying scorer in Africa with five goals. *****Complete list of winners at the 2017 Confederation of African Football (CAF) awards ceremony in Accra Thursday:Player of the Year1. Mohamed Salah (Egypt, Liverpool/ENG), 2. Sadio Mane (Senegal, Liverpool/ENG), 3. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon, Borussia Dortmund/GER)Women’s Player of the YearAsisat Oshoala (Nigeria, Dalian Quanjian/CHN)Youth Player of the YearPatson Daka (Zambia, Liefering/AUT)Coach of the YearHector Cuper (Egypt)Club of the YearWydad Casablanca (Morocco)National Team of the YearEgyptWomen’s National Team of the YearSouth Africa Share on: WhatsApp
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Nisqually Land TrustExperience the Nisqually River up close, right on the water. The Nisqually Land Trust is offering rafting trips on July 23 and 24 that will float the seldom-seen upper stretch of the Nisqually River. Reservations are $115 per person.This family-friendly trip is rated for adults and children 60 pounds and up and is professionally outfitted and guided by Alpine Adventures. It will last from four to five hours, depending on river conditions, and includes a catered riverbank lunch.Capitol Land Trust’s Nisqually River Floats offer families the chance to see little known stretches of the scenic river. Photo courtesy: Nisqually Land Trust“You may not realize how wild and scenic the Nisqually is,” says Land Trust Executive Director Joe Kane. “This river is close to home, yet 75 percent of its lower 42 miles—from Alder Dam to the delta—is permanently protected, undeveloped, and relatively inaccessible. Rafting is really the best way to see the Nisqually and its eagles, hawks, deer, and other wildlife.”The Saturday and Sunday trips will depart from the Nisqually’s confluence with the Mashel River, near Eatonville, and finish at Wilcox Farms, near Roy. This 13-mile trip passes along several Land Trust properties, including the three-mile length of one of the Land Trust’s largest holdings, Powell Creek, which includes majestic stands of mature forest. “Nearly every mile along this stretch of river is permanently protected by the Land Trust or our partners,” said Kane. “This is a beautiful illustration of what cooperative conservation can achieve.”Nisqually float trips are professionally guided and suitable for families with children over 60 pounds.For reservations and further information, call the Nisqually Land Trust at (360) 489-3400 or visit the Land Trust’s website.The Nisqually Land Trust acquires and manages critical lands to permanently benefit the water, wildlife, and people of the Nisqually River Watershed.
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SIMI VALLEY & MOORPARK ALMANAC POPULATION Simi Valley: 111,351 Moorpark: 31,415 ETHNIC BREAKDOWN Simi Valley: White/non-Hispanic: 72.7% African-American: 1.3% Asian/Pacific Islander: 6.5% American Indian: 0.7% Hispanic: 7.8% Other: 6.5% WEATHER Average annual rainfall: 13.6 inches Average high temperature: Upper 70s Average low temperature: Lower 50s LOCAL GOVERNMENT Simi Valley: a general law city with a council/manager form of government City Hall: Simi Valley, 2929 Tapo Canyon Road, (805) 583-6700; Moorpark, 799 Moorpark Ave., (805) 517-6200 City’s Web sites Simi Valley: www.ci.simi-valley.ca.us Moorpark: www.ci.moorpark.ca.us Local officials, Simi Valley: Mayor Paul Miller, Mayor Pro Tem Glen Becerra; Council members Barbra Williamson, Michelle Foster, Steven T. Sojka. Call (805) 583-6703 Local officials, Moorpark: Mayor Patrick Hunter, Mayor Pro Tem Roseann Mikos; Council members Clint D. Harper, Keith F. Milhouse, Janice Parvin. Call (805) 517-6222 Ventura County Board of Supervisors: Steve Bennett, (805) 654-2703; John Flynn, (805) 487-6331; Kathy Long, (805) 654-2276; Judy Mikels, (805) 582-8010; Linda Parks, (805) 373-2564 COURTHOUSES East County Division, Superior Court, 3855-F Alamo St., Simi Valley, (805) 654-2963. Ventura County Hall of Justice, 800 S. Victoria Ave., Ventura, (805) 654-2963 TRANSIT General information: Ventura County Transportation Commission, (800) 438-1112 Bus service: Simi Valley Transit, (805) 583-6456 Moorpark City Transit, (805) 517-6257 Moorpark Beach bus, (805) 517-6257 Greyhound, (800) 231-2222 Senior/disabled services: Simi Valley Dial-A-Ride, (805) 583-6464 Moorpark City Dial-A-Ride for ADA service, (805) 517-6257. For reservations, (805) 375-5467 Rail service: Metrolink, (800) 371-LINK; Amtrak, (800) 872-7245 UTILITIES Water Simi Valley: Southern California Water Co., (800) 999-4033; Ventura County Waterworks District No. 8, (805) 583-6736 Moorpark: Ventura County Waterworks District No. 1, (805) 584-4829 Power Simi Valley, Moorpark: Southern California Edison, (800) 655-4555, (800) 684-8123; repairs and outages, (800) 611-1911 Gas Simi Valley, Moorpark: Southern California Gas, (800) 427-2200 Telephone Simi Valley, Moorpark: SBC Global, (800) 310-2355 Cable TV Simi Valley, Moorpark: Adelphia Communications, (888) 683-1000 TRASH/RECYCLING: Simi Valley: G.I. Rubbish, (805) 522-9400; Anderson Rubbish, (805) 526-1919. Moorpark: G.I. Rubbish, (805) 522-9400; Moorpark Disposal/(Anderson Rubbish), (805) 526-1919 LAW ENFORCEMENT: Simi Valley Police Department, 3901 Alamo St., (805) 583-6950 Moorpark police station of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department, 610 Spring Road, (805) 532-2700 Emergency: 911 Fire: Simi Valley and Moorpark: Ventura County Fire Department operates Stations 40-46 in the area, including the Mountain Meadows Station, Church Street Station, Moorpark Station, Susana Knolls Station, Wood Ranch Station, Pacific Street Station and Tapo Street Station Ambulance: American Medical Response provides ambulance services throughout Ventura County. Call (818) 808-2100 LICENSES Animal licenses Simi Valley: Dog licenses are required within 30 days of moving into the area. Moorpark: Dog licenses are required within 30 days of moving into the area. In Moorpark, cat licenses are also required Licenses available at county shelter and City Hall, and some private veterinarians and retail pet shops. Ventura County shelter, 600 Aviation Drive, Camarillo. Call (888) 223-7387 Business licenses Simi Valley: City Hall, Customer Services, (805) 583-6736 Moorpark: City Hall business registration, (805) 517-6233 DRIVER’S LICENSES: Department of Motor Vehicles, 3855-D Alamo St., Simi Valley, (800) 777-0133; Department of Motor Vehicles, 1810 E. Avenida de Los Arboles, Thousand Oaks, (800) 777-0133 OTHER SERVICES & INFORMATION: Libraries Simi Valley Library, 2969 Tapo Canyon Road, (805) 584-4834 Moorpark Library, 699 Moorpark Ave., (805) 529-0440 Historical societies Simi Valley Simi Valley Historical Society and Museum, P.0. Box 940461, Simi Valley, CA 93094. Strathearn Historical Park and Museum, 137 Strathearn Place, Simi Valley, CA 93065; (805) 526-6453 Santa Susana Railroad Historical Society, 6503 Katherine Road, Simi Valley, CA 93063, (805) 581-3462, santasusanadepot.org Moorpark Moorpark Historical Society, P.O. Box 662 Moorpark, CA 93020; (805) 529-1373. Hospitals Simi Valley Hospital and Health Care Services, 2975 N. Sycamore Drive, Simi Valley, (805) 955-6000 Los Robles Regional Medical Center, 215 W. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks, (805) 497-2727 Postal service Simi Valley: Main office, 2551 Galena Ave., (805) 526-9819; Mount McCoy, 225 Simi Village Drive, (805) 584-0278 Moorpark: Main office, 215 W. Los Angeles Ave., (805) 529-3596 For additional postal services, call (800) 275-8777 Voter registration Simi Valley, Moorpark city halls Ventura County Clerk/Recorder, (805) 654-2295 Social Security offices Simi Valley: Social Security office representatives at City Hall from 9 a.m. to noon, the first and third Thursdays. Call (805) 583-6700 Birth, death and marriage records In person or write to Ventura County Recorder’s Office, Philip J. Schmit, County Recorder, 800 S. Victoria Ave., Location 1260, Ventura, CA 93009, or call (805) 654-2295 Major shopping malls Simi Valley: Simi Valley Towne Center, Civic Center Plaza, Sycamore Plaza, Simi at the Plaza Moorpark: Mission Bell Plaza, Moorpark Town Center, Gateway Plaza, Moorpark Plaza, Mountain Meadows, Varsity Park Plaza, High Street, L.A. Spring, Moorpark Marketplace ANIMAL SHELTERS: Simi Valley and Moorpark: For lost animals, 670 W. Los Angeles Ave., Simi Valley. Call (805) 388-4341. For adoptions, other services, Ventura County animal shelter, 600 Aviation Drive, Camarillo. Call (888) 223-7387. TV stations (local) Simi Valley: City Council meetings broadcast live on Channel 10 Moorpark: City government, Channel 10
3 Jurgen Klopp has admitted he is open to allowing fringe players to leave Liverpool before the transfer deadlines close around Europe – but insists any potential deals will have to be ratified by him.The Reds have shown real ambition in the market this summer, adding Naby Keita, Fabinho, Alisson Becker and Xherdan Shaqiri to their books, while allowing a handful of less established players to move on. 3 “The transfer window closed in England and the whole of the world – the whole of Europe at least – was waiting for that moment and they start now trying dumping (lower) prices to get good football players.“That will not happen. We are not in a financial need. No player would leave the club if I would not allow it. First the situation is, ‘How is the offer, how is the need for us?’.“I really think we could give a few players the opportunity (to move on) but we have to see how many. I have no number in my mind at the moment.” Jurgen Klopp says some of his fringe players could leave Liverpool by the end of this month – but only if he ratifies the deals Simon Mignolet is one of several Liverpool players who could leave the club with a number of foreign windows still yet to close Further outgoings seem likely, spearheaded by Estonia international Ragnar Klavan’s expected £2million switch to Cagliari.The likes of Simon Mignolet, Lazar Markovic and Dominic Solanke are also expected to attract interest too, but Klopp says the early closure of the Premier League window will not result in the Reds selling players on the cheap.“I said before, in general, that’s it’s possible players could leave the club and that will happen if it’s good for everyone,” he said ahead of Monday’s trip to Crystal Palace. 3 The Reds are being backed by many to be the fiercest challengers to defending champions Manchester City this term, and did those claims no harm at all with an emphatic 4-0 victory over West Ham United last weekend.While Klopp was pleased with his side’s display at Anfield, he is not getting carried away just 90 minutes into a 38-game Premier League campaign.“People are still not used to enough good football from us, because if we are good we are ‘unbelievably good’. But we didn’t get anything for it so far,” he added.“We need to stay positive, very good, but stay angry as well. Don’t celebrate the whole week until Monday and then fall hard.” Sadio Mane grabbed a double as the Reds thrashed West Ham United 4-0 at Anfield in their opening Premier League game of the season
frustration has been expressed towards the Minister for Housing following what has been described as the ‘failure’ to produce a report on the review of the Tenant Purchase Scheme.Fianna Fáil TD for Donegal, Charlie McConalogue, said promises had been made earlier this year that the report would be published ‘shortly.’Deputy McConalogue said: “I raised this matter in the Dáil in June of this year, but when no report was published, I raised it again last week and was exasperated to be given almost word for word, the exact same reply I received in June. “On that occasion, the Minister promised the report would be published but last week’s response from the Minister shows there is no clear plan to actually publish the report.“It has been now well over two years since the review of the Tenant Purchase Scheme was completed, but since then the government has been dragging its heels on the matter,’ McConalogue said.“The very fact that the review has been finished for so long but appears to have lay gathering dust on the Minister’s desk since then, is a clear indication that the Minister and the government, have no grasp of how many people are still anxiously awaiting the publication of the review.“The scheme was reintroduction but quickly found that a number of people were barred from entering the scheme due to its rigid criteria. “In the majority of cases, they were refused due to the fact their only source of income was social welfare. However, often the applicants were old-age pensioners who want to own the house they have made their home,” he added.“They were barred from the scheme despite the fact they had amassed lifelong savings to support the purchase of their home.“The response from the Minister is an insult to those hopeful the review might bring about changes to the scheme to allow them to buy out their home.“The report is ready for publication and there is no reason for further delays from the Minister at this stage. I will continue to press the Minister to publish this report immediately and afford local authority tenants in these situations the opportunity to make their home their own,” concluded Deputy McConalogue.Housing Minister slammed over failure to publish housing report was last modified: October 31st, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare 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)
WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Photo from Fiba.comPerlas Pilipinas made its way out of what looked like the end of the road to shock Thailand, 69-67, in the 29th Southeast Asian Games women’s basketball tournament Wednesday night at MABA Stadium in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.The gutsy Filipinos pulled off a houdini act late after finishing the game with a 16-2 run capped by the game-winning basket by Allana Lim off a nice assist by Frances Mae Cabinbin with less than 20 seconds to go.ADVERTISEMENT PH women’s squash duo cop bronze LIST: Class, gov’t work suspensions during 30th SEA Games Read Next Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief The Philippines was on its way to seeing its gold medal hopes go down the drain after trailing, 65-53, with 5:19 remaining.But the seemingly insurmountable lead only paved the way for Perlas’ character to show up and heroes to stand out.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutBack-to-back baskets by Lim and Pontejos, who also shone on the defensive end with a couple of crucial steals down the stretch, tied it at 65 with 1:47 left.The Thais momentarily stopped the bleeding to regain the lead, but Analyn Almazan knotted the count again at 67 with 42.4 seconds remaining before Lim and Cabinbin conspired for the clutch play. LATEST STORIES SEA Games: PH’s Alisson Perticheto tops ice skating short program PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games PLAY LIST 03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH00:50Trending Articles01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students03:04Filipino athletes share their expectations for 2019 SEA Games00:45Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics02:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games The Philippines redeemed itself from a 78-68 loss to Indonesia to improve to 3-1. LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension View comments
Mauro Icardi needs to return to Inter’s dressing room and clarify things, according to Antonio Cassano to the wife of the player Wanda Nara on live TV.Wanda who is the agent of Icardi defended the player’s position after losing the captaincy two weeks ago, during Sunday’s transmission of Tiki Taka.“In football, there are so many injustices like this penalty, Perisic’s attitude and keeping Icardi at home, someone who gave everything to Inter but is now being painted like a monster, which he’s not,” she said as cited on Football Italia.“We all saw Perisic’s penalty sitting here, but his gesture didn’t give out tranquillity. It takes respect to be a captain and Mauro has it for everyone at Inter, their colours, and their jersey.Politano’s celebration looking like a mock of Icardi’s celebration🤔 Perisic trying to diffuse it is an example of another club that is in a bit of disarray that is going on behind the scenes #SerieA #Icardi #Inter pic.twitter.com/OF1h0QxPau— Soccer Report (@ReportFootball2) February 24, 2019“Mauro must go to the dressing room to resolve problems? Enough of this rubbish. What is it, the dressing room, physiotherapy?“He’s done nothing. It’s all non-existent drama.”That prompted Cassano, an ex-Nerazzurri forward to weigh into the matter: “They’re playing for third place while waiting to get back Icardi…Lukaku backed to beat Ronaldo in Serie A scoring charts Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Former Inter Milan star Andy van der Meyde is confident Romelu Lukaku will outscore Cristiano Ronaldo in this season’s Serie A.“They need his goals. He needs to go into the dressing room and clarify his position with the players until June for his own sake.“I say it as an interista: he needs to talk to those who have problems with him, shake their hands and in June what will be, will be.“If they took the armband off me? I would’ve gone crazy, but he doesn’t have to stay out of the team until June.“Neither the club nor Spalletti are crazy. There were some problems, but they’ve clarified them for the good of Inter.Per chi si fosse perso il battibecco tra Cassano e Wandita… 😉 pic.twitter.com/IsM7AJuVbh— dondiego (@dondiegotheone) February 24, 2019Cassano also defended Perisic’s action after suggesting Icardi isn’t in good terms with a section of the players.“There was nothing in Perisic’s gesture, but I think Icardi has problems with the Slavs in the squad.”Inter managed to secure one point from the tie (3-3) after blowing away a two-goal lead.
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