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Amanda Nunes KOs Cyborg in 51 seconds, Jon Jones wins at UFC 232

first_imgAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk ‘Mia’: Rom-com with a cause a career-boosting showcase for Coleen Garcia Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Just six days after the UFC moved the entire 232 card from Las Vegas to the famous Forum south of downtown Los Angeles, Jones (23-1, 1 no-contest) closed the show with a methodical dismantling of Gustafsson (18-5). The bout was a rematch of Jones’ toughest fight, a thrilling decision in 2013 over Gustafsson.But in Jones’ first fight since completing his second drug-related suspension, the star picked apart Gustafsson with kicks in the first two rounds. He got a takedown in the third and finished the fight with several brutal shots to Gustafsson’s head on the ground.“It was always about being the champion again,” Jones said. It was never about the opponent, nothing personal. I’m just happy with my belt, and for now I want to go back to the gym and improve my game.”The UFC made the extraordinary decision to move its show 280 miles to California to keep Jones on the card. The former champion recently tested positive for low levels of a banned steroid, but California regulatory officials didn’t consider the result serious enough to keep the long-troubled star out of the octagon, while Nevada’s commission did.The 31-year-old Jones had fought only twice in the previous 47 months, losing an enormous chunk of his fighting prime due to his misbehavior. He held the UFC’s 205-pound title twice before, but had it stripped both times.ADVERTISEMENT View comments Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Nunes, the UFC’s bantamweight champion, made history when she moved up 10 pounds to challenge Justino (20-2), widely considered the world’s greatest female fighter. Nunes is the third fighter in UFC history to hold two title belts simultaneously, joining Conor McGregor and Daniel Cormier.“I knew this was happening, I told you all!” Nunes said. “Cris is a great fighter, nothing but respect. It was an awesome opportunity to share the octagon with her. I’m very thankful to her for this. I’m the new ‘champ-champ.’ I said that before, and now I’m just achieving this dream.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissNunes (17-4) was thought to be an undersized underdog, but she seized her second title belt by overwhelming her fellow Brazilian. Nunes buckled Justino’s knees in the opening seconds, and she eventually knocked down Justino twice.She ended the fight spectacularly with an overhand right to the ear, putting Justino face-down on the canvas. Jones returned from his first doping suspension with a stoppage of Cormier in July 2017 to reclaim his light heavyweight title, but he lost the belt again after testing positive for steroids.A capacity crowd of 15,862 in Southern California watched another groundbreaking achievement by Nunes, the ferocious brawler who calls herself “The Lioness.” Nunes also knocked out Ronda Rousey in less than a minute two years ago.“I’m taking care of myself, working hard physically and mentally,” Nunes said. “I felt stronger in this division, more powerful, and continued to be very fast. I don’t know what comes next. Now I want to celebrate with my friends and family in Brazil.”Nunes’ punching power is often too much for her male sparring partners, and she carved up Justino with astonishing ease despite a size disadvantage. Justino had won 20 consecutive fights since her MMA debut in 2005, and she had dominated since the inception of the UFC’s 145-pound division, which was created largely as a showcase for Cyborg’s talent.Earlier, Australian featherweight prospect Alexander Volkanovski (19-1) won his 16th straight bout in the PPV opener, stopping veteran Chad Mendes with right hands in the second round of a back-and-forth bout. Michael Chiesa also won his welterweight debut with a second-round submission of former champ Carlos Condit, who lost his fifth straight fight.Former UFC lightweight champion BJ Penn tapped out for the first time in his MMA career, losing to Brazilian jiu-jitsu whiz Ryan Hall on a heel hook in the first round. Penn (16-13-2), an MMA pioneer who turned 40 this month, is 0-6-1 in his last seven fights since 2010.Despite the late move to LA, the UFC sold out the Forum after just six days of ticket sales. The crowd included Justino friend Halle Berry, Dolph Lundgren, David Spade, NL MVP Christian Yelich of the Milwaukee Brewers, Travis Barker, Mick Foley and Amber Valletta.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title LATEST STORIES Cristiano Ronaldo brace seals new record for Juventus No.13 lucky for Orlando Bloom Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Amanda Nunes, right, celebrates after defeating Cris Cyborg in the UFC women’s featherweight mixed martial arts bout at UFC 232, Saturday, Dec. 29, 2018, in Inglewood, Calif. (AP Photo/Kyusung Gong)INGLEWOOD, California — Amanda Nunes knocked out Cris “Cyborg” Justino 51 seconds into the first round at UFC 232 on Saturday night, ending the featherweight champion’s 13-year unbeaten run with one of the most surprising victories in mixed martial arts history.Jon Jones also reclaimed his light heavyweight title in his return from a 17-month cage absence, stopping Alexander Gustafsson with strikes on the ground in the third round.ADVERTISEMENT Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player awardlast_img read more

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Wade Phillips to coach Cowboys

first_imgIRVING, Texas – Wade Phillips was hired Thursday to coach the Dallas Cowboys, providing the club with an experienced replacement for Bill Parcells and someone well-versed in the 3-4 defense. The seventh coach in team history, Phillips is only the second to arrive in Dallas with previous head coaching experience. The other was Parcells, who retired Jan. 22 after four seasons with the Cowboys. Phillips, defensive coordinator at San Diego the past three seasons, has a 48-42 head coaching record over three seasons with Buffalo, two with Denver and season-ending interim stints with New Orleans and Atlanta. The 59-year-old son of longtime Houston Oilers coach Bum Phillips has been in the NFL for 30 of the last 31 seasons. Wade Phillips joins Tom Landry and Jimmy Johnson as the only Texas natives to be in charge of “America’s Team.” Landry and Johnson both won two Super Bowls in Dallas. “It’s great to have these cowboys boots back in Texas,” Phillips said, showing his boots from the podium, where his father sat to his right. “I’m excited about it.” Cowboys owner Jerry Jones interviewed 10 candidates before hiring his sixth coach since buying the team in 1989. SKOKIE, Ill. – Chicago Bears defensive lineman Terry “Tank” Johnson pleaded guilty to violating probation in a 2005 gun case. Cook County Judge John Moran denied a request to lift the player’s home confinement, but said Johnson could leave his house to attend practices. Moran delayed sentencing until March 15 so that a presentencing investigation can be done. PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. – The 23-year-old son of Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid tested positive for heroin after he caused a traffic accident last week that left another motorist injured, police said. center_img Garrett Reid, the oldest son of the Eagles coach, told authorities he used heroin on Jan. 30 before he ran a red light in suburban Philadelphia, striking a car driven by a 55-year-old woman, police said. CHICAGO – The NFC champion Bears shook up their coaching staff, saying defensive line coach Don Johnson and assistant offensive line coach Harold Goodwin won’t return and that another assistant has left to take a college job. Offensive quality control coach Mike Bajakian accepted the offensive coordinator job at Central Michigan after three seasons in Chicago. EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. – Leslie Frazier became the first assistant coach to leave the Super Bowl champion Indianapolis Colts, accepting the job as defensive coordinator of the Minnesota Vikings. CLEVELAND – Browns coach Romeo Crennel completed the shakeup of his staff,appointing Umberto Leone defensive quality control coach, Mike Sullivan assistant offensive line coach and Frank Verducci offensive assistant. ASHBURN, Va. – Marcus Washington had arthroscopic surgery on his left hip, the second operation this offseason for the Washington Redskins linebacker. Washington had surgery on his left elbow last month. His rehabilitation is expected to take three months. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Colin Murray and Friends – Tuesday, May 26

first_imgThe mid-morning host was joined in the studio by regular Tuesday co-hosts Perry Groves and Mike Tindall.Among the highlights, Perry named his list of 12 Premier League players he believes will be moving clubs this summer, and the boys reviewed the First Test between England and New Zealand at Lord’s with Nick Compton.last_img

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DONEGAL HURLERS STEAMROLL POOR MONAGHAN SIDE

first_imgDonegal’s senior hurling team proved simply too strong for a poor Monaghan side at O’Donnell Park in Letterkenny today.Ray Durack’s team made the running from the start and cantered away to finish on a scoreline of 3-18 to 1-6.Durack said later that he was pleased with how well his side hurled but admitted he was disappointed by how poor the visitors were. A very small crowd turned out to see the game.Next up for the Donegal team is the challenge of Tyrone.“We played very well at times today but I was disappointed at how poor Monaghan were.“But that shouldn’t take away from the number of scores we got. If we hurl like that against TYrone, then I would fancy us to beat them as well,” said the Donegal boss. DONEGAL HURLERS STEAMROLL POOR MONAGHAN SIDE was last modified: February 24th, 2013 by StephenShare 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:donegalHURLINGMonaghanRay Duracklast_img read more

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REFUSE BOSS FINED €12,000 AND GETS SUSPENDED JAIL SENTENCE FOR ILLEGAL DUMPING

first_imgBREAKING NEWS: A leading Donegal waste disposal company boss has been fined €12,000 and received a suspended jail sentence of six months after being found guilty of illegal dumping.Ferrys is a major employer in Donegal.Jim Ferry, owner of Ferry Refuse, was also ordered to pay Donegal County Council a total of €30,750 in costs. Ferry, 55, was found guilty by Judge Paul Kelly after a three day trial at Letterkenny District Court.The case followed an extensive undercover investigation into Ferry’s illegal dumping activities at lands he owned at Deryreel in Falcarragh.The court heard that the father-of-six, who employs 60 people, has previous convictions for illegal dumping.Letterkenny District Court heard how officers from the council along with Gardai carried out a surveillance operation on lands belonging to Ferry.On June 10th, 2010, a large Ferry’s Refuse truck was seen dumping a large volume of waste into an open crater.Upon investigation it was found that more than 1,000 cupid metres of waste had been illegally dumped at the site.Dearn McClintock, Waste Regulation Officer with Donegal County Council, led the extensive investigation into the incident.It followed an anonymous tip-off by a member of the public who pin-pointed the dumping location to waste management officers.The court heard that at 5am Mr McClintock and other officers came across two men dumping household waste into a crater.When they identified themselves, two men in hi-viz jackets with the ‘Ferry Refuse’ on it, ran off into the distance and were not apprehended.Tis evidence was backed up by various other litter wardens on scene who were employed by Donegal County Council.The court was also shown a video which showed two men wearing hi-viz Ferry Waste jackets digging holes with a track digger and then dumping rubbish into them before covering them over.Later that day, another employee of Ferry’s Refuse, Paul Gallagher, approached council officials asking to have the vehicles back.The court also heard that Ferry, of Rossbracken, Manorcunningham, ignored an order to remove the remaining waste from the site and that it is still present there.The case was interrupted when a man entered the court and handed a letter to barrister for Mr Ferry, Sean Gillane, SC.The letter alleged that the man, an unnamed employee of Mr Ferry, was behind the illegal dumping and claimed he had been paid to do so by a competitor of the accused.The author of the letter was Marty McDermott who later gave evidence in court.McDermott claimed he was paid €5,000 to dump illegal waste on the lands of waste disposal boss Jim Ferry.Marty McDermott, 30, claims he took Ferry Refuse trucks on three different occasions to dump at Derryreel, Falcarragh in the summer of 2010.McDermott said he took the money to pay off debts €500,000 which he built up partially through gambling.McDermott was giving evidence in the trial of Jim Ferry who is charged with eight different offences of dumping illegal household waste.This is the third day of the trial.At the end of the first day before Judge Paul Kelly, a mystery man walked into court and handed in a letter saying he was responsible for the dumping.That man has turned out to be McDermott who was working as a rubbish lifter at the time for Mr Ferry.McDermott gave evidence today to say that he was the man behind the dumping.He claimed he was approached by a man saying he would receive €5,000 if he dumped a load of rubbish at Derryreel.He said he had been ordered to meet another man at a crossroads in Creeslough but that two men turned up.Between the three of them they dumped two loads of waste on the land at Derryreel.Richard Lyons, barrister for Donegal County Council, asked why he had waited until now to come forward.McDermott said he had been wracked with guilt and went to a priest who told him to go and see a solicitor.He did this but claimed the solicitor told him to steer clear of giving any evidence in the case.McDermott said he has never seen his accomplices since.“I have never seen those men since. I didn’t ask them their names. It’s not what you do. You don’t ask a man’s life story when you were doing what I was doing,” he said.Barrister Lyons asked McDermott why did he think he was offered such money to do this by the unidentified man.“He said he wanted leverage in Gaoth Dobhair …..to keep Jim out of his area. He said he wanted photos to get him out of that country,” said McDermott.The letter which McDermott left into court was red out by barrister Lyons.It explained how he had been supported by Ferry since he was a young man and couldn’t believe what he did.He explained how he went to see the priest and that solicitor Kieran O’Gorman told him to stay well away from the courts.“I never thought in my wildest dreams it would come to this. The solicitor told me I would have to pack my bags and leave town and the county because I am sol well known.“If you think this letter helps and saves my friends jobs,” the letter read.He denied claims put to him by Mr Lyons that Mr Ferry paid him the money.“He didn’t pay me,” said McDermott.Mr Lyons asked if it did not concern him that he was dumping a load of waste directly across the road form Mr Ferry’s mother’s home in broad daylight with plenty of noise going on.“No. I was just thinking of the money,” answered McDermott.Judge Paul Kelly retired to consider his verdict and returned to say he was satisfied that he believed Ferry was guilty of all eight charges.He said he found McDermott’s claims vague and unconvincing and that he did not believe him.He said he had considered sending Mr Ferry to jail considering he has previous convictions for similar offences but was conscious of his age and the fact that he was a major employer in the area.He fined Ferry a total of €12,000 for four different offences and also sentenced him to two consecutive terms of six months in prison but suspended each for a period of two years.REFUSE BOSS FINED €12,000 AND GETS SUSPENDED JAIL SENTENCE FOR ILLEGAL DUMPING was last modified: October 2nd, 2013 by StephenShare 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:Ferry Refuseillegal dumpingjailjim ferryJudge Peter Kellylast_img read more

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BRITISH CLAIM TO DONEGAL LAND COULD COST COUNCIL MILLIONS OF EURO – CLAIM

first_imgSinn Féin Inishowen Councillor Jack Murray and local TD Pádraig Mac Lochlainn have raised their serious concerns with Donegal County Manager Seamus Neely over recent reports that the British Crown Estate claim to own the entire seabed of Lough Foyle.There are reports the British may challenge Donegal County Council’s plans to run an outflow pipe from the proposed Moville/ Greencastle sewerage scheme into the Lough at Carnagarve.Cllr Murray said: “Donegal County Council plans to build a wastewater treatment plant which will pump thousands of gallons of effluent into the scenic Carnagarve bathing waters. “Local residents and respected environmental experts are concerned that the location of the outflow pipe within the Lough Foyle estuary, will cause serious environmental problems in Lough Foyle.“For 23 years the local community has fought to have the proposed plant built north of Greencastle and have the outfall pipe pumped safely into coastal waters and not into the confines of Lough Foyle.“This has been determinedly resisted by the council and some local representatives”.Cllr Murray added: “But events have now taken a sharp turn with news that the British Crown Estate claims to own the entire seabed of Lough Foyle and that they may challenge Donegal County Council’s plans. “The Council had advertised the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries & Marine as the owner of the seabed when issuing the CPO (Compulsory Purchase Order. Now it is alleged that the Department knows nothing about a CPO”.He continued: “Deputy Pádraig Mac Lochlainn and I have now written to the County Manager and the Council’s Director of Water and Environment Services seeking urgent clarification of the Council’s response to these reports.“In the face of well documented opposition, millions of taxpayer’s money has been spent on this project to date. We are very concerned that there is potential for millions more to be potentially wasted. As public representatives, we would find that to be indefensible.” BRITISH CLAIM TO DONEGAL LAND COULD COST COUNCIL MILLIONS OF EURO – CLAIM was last modified: April 5th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:BRITISH CLAIM TO DONEGAL LAND COULD COST COUNCIL MILLIONS OF EURO – CLAIMlast_img read more

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Simi teen admits slaying mom

first_img “He was very concerned about what his family, especially his sister and father, would have to endure if the case went to a jury trial,” he said. “Also, it was extremely important to him that he leave with the hope that maybe he could be released.” Ratner said Amico might be eligible for parole after 26 years, but that there is no guarantee. The former Royal High School student was 15 years old when he stabbed Reina Amico, 41, multiple times inside their Blackwall Drive home. The teenager was arrested at a relative’s home in Van Nuys several hours later. Angie Valencia-Martinez, (805) 583-7604 angie.valencia@dailynews.com SIMI VALLEY – A Simi Valley teen pleaded guilty Wednesday to murdering his mother, admitting that he fatally stabbed her in May 2004. Jason Amico, now 17, faces 26 years to life in prison when he is sentenced Dec. 19. Officials said he likely will be sentenced to a California Youth Authority facility until he is 21, when he will be transferred to prison. “He really hated his mother,” prosecutor Stacy Ratner said. “He just decided that he did not want her to be alive anymore and he didn’t want to live in the world with her so he killed her.” Deputy Public Defender Randy Tucker said the teen didn’t want to put his family through a murder trial. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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SAY SORRY OR RESIGN, Mac LOCHLAINN TELLS GARDA BOSS

first_imgSinn Féin Justice spokesperson Pádraig MacLochlainn TD says that if Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan does not withdraw his comments and apologise to the Garda whistleblowers then he should resign.He was speaking as the controversy continues over the Commissioner’s use of the word ‘disgusting’ during a Dail hearing.Deputy MacLochlainn said: “The outrageous comments made by Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan when he last appeared before the Oireacthas Public Accounts Committee have fundamentally undermined the stated objective of this government to encourage and support whistleblowers in the public and private sector. “It is remarkable that weeks after making the comments the Commissioner still refuses to withdraw his remarks and apologise.“I welcome the fact that a number of government Ministers have called on the Commissioner to withdraw his comments but an apology is also required.“The people of this state expect that after the Cabinet meeting tomorrow the Taoiseach will demand a withdrawal and an apology from the Garda Commissioner.“If this is not forthcoming from the Commissioner then his position is untenable and he should resign.”  SAY SORRY OR RESIGN, Mac LOCHLAINN TELLS GARDA BOSS was last modified: March 24th, 2014 by John2Share 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:disgusting!Garda CommissionerMartin CallinanPadraig Mac Lochlainnlast_img read more

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Irish Water to invest €2.7m in North West to “protect rivers and coastal waters”

first_imgIrish Water is investing €2.7m million in flow monitoring and performance sampling equipment in wastewater treatment plants across the North and West region as part of a nationwide project which will provide enhanced protection for our rivers and coastal waters. The project will also allow Irish Water to identify where investment is needed in the wastewater infrastructure to facilitate future development in the county’s towns and villages.This investment makes critical wastewater flow and load data available on a consistent basis for the first time ever, helping to improve the performance of the treatment plants while also helping protect the waterways into which treated wastewater is discharged. When it is completed, plant operators and engineers will have the data and tools to enable them to better manage the treatment processes, measure performance and react quicker to any sudden changes such as a storm event.There are three separate contracts underway in the region. The first has been completed and represented an investment of €1.7 million in Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Monaghan and Sligo.A second contract worth €500,000 is currently underway in parts of in Cavan, Galway, Monaghan and Roscommon and a third contract also costing €500,000 is taking place in Donegal and Mayo.Project one, will benefit the Ballyliffin, Bridgend, Burnfoot, Carrigart, Castlefinn, Clonmany, Cresslough, Falcarragh, Kilcar, Killea, Manorcunningham, Rathmullan, Fahan, Lifford, Newtowncunningham, Raphoe, and Mountcharles areas. The second project will be focused on Cavan, Galway, Monaghan and Roscommon.The third will benefit Annagary, Downings, Dunfanaghy/Portnablagh, Dunkineely, Kerrykeel, Kilmacrennan, and Milford.The programme involves the installation of flow measurement devices, storm event recorders and sampling equipment at treatment plants in strategic locations around the region. This project will also ensure compliance with EPA Wastewater Discharge Authorisations with respect to monitoring and sampling requirements.This project is being rolled out under a national flow monitoring and sampling programme where approximately €10m is being invested across 400 wastewater treatment plants of varying sizes to comply with EPA licence requirements.This will help build flow and load profiles which in turn will help form strategies for upgrading, maintaining, improving plant efficiencies and ensuring we identify early where investment is required to meet future demands on wastewater infrastructure. John McElwaine, Irish Water’s Capital Programmes Regional Lead, said “Protecting Ireland’s waterways and coastal areas is a key priority for Irish Water. Currently we collect wastewater from over 1,000 separate communities connected to the wastewater network and treat around 1.6 billion litres of wastewater daily before safely discharging it back into our rivers, harbours and coastal areas. This project will allow us to monitor and improve the quality of this discharge, thereby protecting our coasts and waterways.It will also allow us to determine the capacity requirements of our treatment plants to facilitate the growth of new communities and businesses. Overall it offers significant benefits for public health, the environment and economic development.”Irish Water to invest €2.7m in North West to “protect rivers and coastal waters” was last modified: August 2nd, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:investmentIrish Waterlast_img read more

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Charles Barkley to Kevin Durant: ‘Don’t go to the Knicks’

first_img Why the Warriors want to keep Damion Lee beyond this season Kerr promises Smailagic ‘will 100%’ leave Santa Cruz for Warriors this year Warriors resemble team of old, Kevon Looney isn’t ready, and other thoughts from loss to Trail Blazers Steph Curry attends Kanye West’s Sunday Service center_img Related Articles ‘What’s in the brief, Willie Cauley-Stein?’ New Warrior out to prove he’s …last_img

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