A press photographer has been attacked today, moments after double killer John Gallagher appeared in court.John GallagherThe 46 year old with an address at Grangewood, Strabane, appeared at Strabane magistrates court for a brief hearing again today. He faces two charges arising out of an incidents on May 13 and May 14 this year.One charge is a threat to kill his brother Joseph Donal Gallagher. The second charge is harrassing his brother over a period of time spanning both days.The hearing was adjourned until May 30.Magistrate Liam McNally heard that John Gallagher was already the subject of two non-molestation orders in relation in relation to his brother.Gallagher’s solicitor Oliver Roche had applied to have bail conditions varied, but the magistrate said he would not rule on this until next week.Mr Roche also claimed that Gardai had video evidence to show that Joseph Donal Gallagher had made a false report of harassment in Lifford.Magistrate McNally asked for contact be made with Gardai to collect his evidence.As Gallagher left court, he put up a hood on his coat in a bid to hide from a number of press photographers.An unidentified man, who had sat alongside John Gallagher in court, went over to one photographer and pushed his camera out of the way.John Gallagher ran away from the courthouse.Gallagher, from Lifford, killed daughter and mother Ann and Annie Gillespie in the grounds of Sligo Hospital in 1988.PHOTOGRAPHER ATTACKED AS JOHN GALLAGHER APPEARS IN COURT ON DEATH THREAT CHARGES was last modified: May 23rd, 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:DOUBLE KILLERJohn Gallagherphotogrpaher
DOZENS of people across Co Donegal are facing substantial fines and being forced to pay arrears for failing to have TV Licences.Fourteen cases were dealt with at Letterkenny District Court this week.Some defendants faced fines of more than €200. The cases – and others before other district courts in the county – are a result of a clampdown in the spring as TV Licence Inspectors called at hundreds of homes where there was no record of a licence being held.Judge Paul Kelly was given several different excuses by the defendants – who we have decided not to name – for failing to have the licences.The prosecutions were brought by An Post.We understand a new wave of inspections are underway in the county.Under new government proposals every home in the country will be required to have a TV license whether or not people have a television.The new rules are expected to be in place next year.DOZENS FACING FINES FOR DODGING TV LICENCE FEE was last modified: September 5th, 2013 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:District Courtdonegaltv licence
A woman who offered to drive her friend’s car home – after her friend had been drinking has been fined for not being insured to drive the vehicle.Tracey McCrabbe, 33, with an address at Drumotoland, St Johnston, appeared at Letterkenny District Court on Monday afternoon. Mrs McCrabbe who hadn’t been drinking – offered to drive her friend’s car home after her friend who had taken alcohol was going to attempt to drive home.Gardaí stopped the vehicle and established that Mrs McCrabbe wasn’t insured to drive the vehicle in question.The court heard how Mrs McCrabbe – a mother of five, was currently unemployed and that her relationship had broken up recently.She realised what she did was wrong – but she intervened because she didn’t want her friend driving the car while under the influence of alcohol.It was a very short journey they were undertaking – but she realises she was wrong to drive the vehicle her solicitor told the court.She has no car at present – but has attempted the driving test twice – unfortunately she has been unsuccessful on both occasions – but is going to re-sit the test again in the near future.Judge James Faughnan decided to adjourn the case for twelve months.WOMAN DROVE FRIEND’S CAR HOME BUT WASN’T INSURED TO DRIVE THE VEHICLE was last modified: January 19th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare 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:courtsdrivingfinedinsurancenewsTracey McCrabbevehicle
In a new year message, Church of Ireland Bishop of Derry and Raphoe Ken Good has warned that in “focusing so much on what we do not have, we can be in danger of becoming increasingly joyless, powerless and dispirited. A spirit of poverty can erode our sense of hope and can rob us of much of the joy of living, such that our difficulties are compounded.”Bishop Good said that “media continue to remind us, repeatedly and relentlessly, of what we all know only too well: the immensity of the economic challenges we face, the impact of austerity measures, that our standard of living is falling and that things will continue to be difficult for some years to come.”But the start of a new year was a time to be reminded “that there are other indicators of the quality of life, besides those of a purely financial and economic nature”. Even in the face “of serious austerity measures, there can be real value in deciding to be grateful for many good things we do have”, he said.These included “being and feeling alive; enjoying a measure of health, for our family and relationships; having work to do, whether paid or not; the joys of the natural world; a place to live with its security and comfort; the food we enjoy; our faith and sense of purpose in life; our church, our friends and our social life; interests, hobbies, sport; our freedoms and human rights . . . ,” he said.“A conscious decision to be grateful and to be generous can, in fact, be quite empowering and can help us deal with difficult financial circumstances with greater control and resolve,” he said. BISHOP GOOD WARNS AGAINST NEGATIVE THINKING IN 2012 was last modified: January 3rd, 2012 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:bishop ken good
The popular Brick 4 Kidz Donegal are set to welcome over 600 children to their fun and educational camps this summer. Places are now being booked for the Bricks 4 Kidz LEGO® themed Summer camps. Thirty camps will be hosted in 17 different locations between July and August 2018.Bricks 4 Kidz Donegal provide children aged 5-12 with a world of fun and innovation as they build and play with LEGO® bricks of every colour and size. The 5-day summer camps, which have been designed to teach the principles of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) are very popular with boys and girls around the world. The locally-run camps provide a unique approach to educational play using LEGO® bricks, motors and remote controls. Kids get to create characters from all their favourites – Minecraft, Ninjago, DC Superheroes, Ninja Turtles, Pokemon, Lego Friends and many many more.The 5-day legotastic Summer camps will be in the following locations this summer:Letterkenny, Donegal Town, Killybegs, Bundoran, Greencastle, Ballybofey, Dunfanaghy, Muff, Buncrana, Glenties, Ballyshannon, Carndonagh, Lifford, Rathmullan, Ramelton, Gweedore and Dungloe. Booking is available at https://www.bricks4kidz.ie/donegal/summer-camps/ or call 0863894833Summer Camp Benefits:Camps run throughout July & AugustAffordable camp optionsSmall class sizes ensure 1 to 1 attentionSTEM educational value in all campsAn opportunity to make new friendsDevelops children’s problem solving skillsFlexible payment options and group and sibling discounts are available, contact JP McGonigle for more information on 0863894833.Bricks 4 Kidz Donegal are continually expanding with plans to introduce Junior builder camps over the summer months for 3-5 year olds.If you want to secure your child’s’ place with Bricks 4 Kidz this summer, visit https://www.bricks4kidz.ie/donegal/summer-camps/ or call 0863894833Sponsored Post Legotastic Bricks 4 Kidz Summer Camps now enrolling! was last modified: May 16th, 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:activitiesbricks 4 kidzchildrenfamilyLegosummer camp
Dark matter has never been found, but their pet theory needs it. What will secular cosmologists do next?Why do cosmologists cling to a substance they cannot find? It’s like hugging a ghost. They love it, and they want it. But the ghost vanishes whenever they try to embrace it.In current cosmology, dark matter is like the Force that binds everything together, but it has no light side. It emits no energy, does not interact with ordinary matter, and cannot be seen directly. And like the dark side, it drags its believers further into conflict – with reality. The more money they pour into the search, the bigger the letdown at non-detection.Cosmologists insist it must be there, because galaxies and clusters would fly apart otherwise. The favored hot big bang model also requires dark matter to cause ordinary matter to clump into galaxies. Cosmologists are fond of telling impressionable outsiders that only 4% of what we see is ordinary matter; the rest of the universe is dark matter and dark energy. But how can scientists be confident in the existence of material that escapes all their most sensitive instruments?Physicists Keep Trying — and Failing — to Find Dark Matter in Dark Places (Space.com). Rafi Letzer, who concurs with the materialists’ belief in dark matter, nevertheless has to admit that cosmologists haven’t found it and don’t even know what it is. Another hypothesis has just bitten the dust:Scientists have very good reason to believe that dark matter exists — that there’s some unseen stuff tugging on everything with its gravity but that’s invisible to our telescopes. But they don’t know what that dark matter is actually made of. Physicists have some guesses. But researchers have never spotted any direct evidence to suggest that any particular guess is correct, with one possible exception: A single detector in Italy sparkled more in the winter than the summer, hinting that a particular model of dark matter was correct. But now, a new experiment trying to replicate that annual sparkle cycle has failed to turn up significant results, indicating that the Italian detector’s dark matter evidence is likely wrong.Scientists Pinpoint Where Dark Matter Is Hiding in the Universe (Space.com). Despite its optimistic headline, this earlier piece by Rafi Letzer does not suggest dark matter has been detected. Letzer only reports about a new map of galaxy clusters that might show where the ghost is “hiding.” The hiding places, suggested by the shapes of gravitationally-lensed objects, are theoretical. Their identification as “hiding places” depends on the theory of what the mysterious unknown stuff is supposed to do to ordinary matter.The search for dark matter that runs on time (Nature). In this news brief, Nature hopes that “A far-flung network of atomic clocks could hunt for defects in the fabric of space-time.” Perhaps the universe is crooked. Perhaps dark matter is a set of topological defects since the big bang. Perhaps. But the article admits from the beginning, “Most of the matter in the Universe is unaccounted for — it seems to exert a gravitational pull on other objects, but emits no light.” If scientists could organize a network of atomic clocks, perhaps they could waste more time testing the “topological-defect theory and other dark matter candidates” before the next non-detection letdown.Artist conception of dark matter expanding in a field of dark energy. (Note to adherents of scientism: This is a joke.)The 11 Biggest Unanswered Questions About Dark Matter (Live Science). The unanswered questions listed by Adam Mann are pretty basic: What is it? Where is it? Does dark matter even exist?A new era in the search for dark matter (Nature). Optimism in the headline gives way to despair in the first paragraph. Notice the words crisis and problem in this piece by Bertone and Tait, who call for a time out and change of direction from all previous search efforts.There is a growing sense of ‘crisis’ in the dark-matter particle community, which arises from the absence of evidence for the most popular candidates for dark-matter particles—such as weakly interacting massive particles, axions and sterile neutrinos—despite the enormous effort that has gone into searching for these particles. Here we discuss what we have learned about the nature of dark matter from past experiments and the implications for planned dark-matter searches in the next decade. We argue that diversifying the experimental effort and incorporating astronomical surveys and gravitational-wave observations is our best hope of making progress on the dark-matter problem.What they have ‘learned,’ though is that dark matter might not even exist. They’ve been thinking about it for over a century. When do they give up and admit defeat? Bertone and Tait end with strategies to “leave no stone unturned” in the search for the unknown substance. At what point do scientists realize: ‘We have looked under enough stones now. The ghost we are looking for probably will not be found under the next thousand stones.’Ironically, they claim they all want to pursue natural knowledge. “In the quest for dark matter, naturalness has been the guiding principle since the dark-matter problem was established in the early 1980s.” Ghosts, by definition, are not natural.Since one can never prove a universal negative, we cannot state emphatically that dark matter does not exist and will never be found. The dark matter problem, though, resembles the search for the ancestors to the Cambrian Explosion. Darwin thought they would turn up as more fossils were located. Unfortunately for him and his disciples since 1859, they are still missing. We have found many thousands of fossils, but they sort into existing categories. Paleontologists can safely assume they have turned over enough stones; ancestors to Cambrian animals likely do not exist.What an odd thing: thousands of intelligent, well-educated scientists pursuing ghosts with indefatigable intensity. You thought falsification was a criterion of science. The dark-matter believers have been falsified for a century but won’t give up. What drives these people to keep bashing their heads against the wall? The answer: it’s an obsessive-compulsive disorder, inherited through teachers, that insists on believing in an old, materialistic universe. Continuous pain in the forehead is not too large a price to pay to avoid the implications of Genesis 1:1.Exercise: Think of other areas in science where the consensus clings to a belief in spite of the evidence.(Visited 532 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
27 October 2011The number of black home buyers entering the South African residential property market is increasing steadily as the socio-economic tables turn, with the number of black home loan applicants already exceeding white applicants.This is according to Saul Geffen, CEO of bond originator ooba, who says that the number of applications by black buyers currently represent 45 percent of total home loan applications. The number of applications submitted by white home buyers represents only 41 percent of the total number of home loan applications.Black buyers, however, only represent 39 percent of the number of the total approved home loans, while whites represent 47 percent of the total number of approved home loans. This ratio has changed considerably since last year, when blacks only represented 30 percent and whites 56 percent of approved home loans.First-time buyersWhen it comes to first-time homebuyers, the trend is clearly skewed in favour of black applicants. Currently, first-time homebuyers represent 49 percent of the total number of applications and 44 percent in approved loans. Of these first-time applications, 59 percent of the total is for black applicants compared to 27 percent for white applicants.When it comes to approved home loans, 55 percent of the total number of first-time homebuyer approved loans is for black applicants compared to 31 percent for whites. This ratio has also changed considerably since last year, when black applicants only represented 48 percent and white applicants 36 percent of approved home loans.Changing economic demographics in SAGeffen says that the higher levels and sustained increases in black buyers can be attributed to the changing economic demographic in SA, as well as the fact that purchasing levels are currently higher at the lower to middle income levels and for first-time buyers. Clearly, the improved property market conditions play a role, which has resulted in increased affordability.“The shifting economic base in South Africa, largely influenced by the emerging black middle class, means the racial demographic of homebuyers is changing.”The latest statistics also reveal that applications by Asian and coloured applicants remained steady year-on-year at around eight percent and five percent respectively.“The growth in first-time applications from black applicants can be attributed to improved property market conditions, a reduction in interest rates of 650 basis points since 2008, coupled with subdued property price inflation, improved bank approval rates and lower deposit requirements.”Boosting your chances of bond approvalHe says that first-time home buyers looking to take advantage of the favourable market should ensure that they have a sufficient deposit to put down as it will result in a more favourable interest rate, which significantly reduces the total cost over the term of the loan.“A meaningful deposit significantly improves a buyer’s chance of getting a home loan approved.”Other factors that contribute to boosting the chances of a successful bond application include having a positive credit profile and a stable employment history as it reflects a pattern of consistent income which is key when lenders assess a bond applicant’s risk profile.Geffen says that it is strongly advisable that buyers are pre-qualified when looking for a new home.“This will give the buyer a good sense as to the value of the property that he is able to purchase. The pre-qualification process can also pick up issues on credit records that will need to be addressed before formally applying to a bank. The process not only streamlines the home buying process, but also ensures that the buyer is able to negotiate from a position of strength.”Sapa
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest It has always been the case, but is amplified by social media and the 24-hour news cycle. Society demands — and rightfully so — that those in positions of accountability to others do what is generally believed to right, good and honorable. This is the steak.In the case of the social capital for U.S. agriculture, there is plenty of steak, in both the literal and figurative sense. For generations, agriculturalists have built their businesses based on what they best believe to be right, good and honorable. The general story of agriculture, across the board, has steak aplenty. I know first hand as I have spent almost two decades finding good stories to highlight and I never have to look too hard to find them.As the general populace has grown further removed from grandpa’s farm, though, the details of agriculture’s “steak” start to get a bit hazy. As a result, not only do those involved with agriculture have to really be right, good and honorable, they also have to demonstrate this to others in a tangible way. This is the sizzle, and it is where agriculture has really struggled.Without the steak, ample sizzle makes a really good initial impression that can quickly crumble under increased scrutiny. Without the sizzle, the quality of the steak can go completely unrecognized and even scorned, avoided and disregarded. Where do you think the various issues within U.S. production agriculture fall on this spectrum in which the steak is at stake?In November, the World Health Organization (WHO) released recommendations regarding the use of antibiotics in agriculture and stirred the simmering pot of consumer concerns by recommending that farmers and the food industry stop using antibiotics routinely to promote growth and prevent disease in healthy animals.“A lack of effective antibiotics is as serious a security threat as a sudden and deadly disease outbreak,” said Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of WHO. “Strong, sustained action across all sectors is vital if we are to turn back the tide of antimicrobial resistance and keep the world safe.”In a statement, the National Pork Producers Council responded to the WHO recommendations.“A ban on disease prevention uses of antibiotics in food-animal production being advocated by the World Health Organization would be ill-advised and wrong. Denying pigs, cows and chickens necessary antibiotics would be unethical and immoral, leading to animal suffering and possibly death, and could compromise the nation’s food system…“The U.S. pork industry’s goal is to reduce the need for antibiotics, and it has devoted time and resources to that end, including adopting good antibiotic stewardship practices and studying alternatives to antibiotics. Simply reducing on-farm uses of antibiotics, as the WHO suggests, however, likely would have no effect on public health and would jeopardize animal health. Its call for stopping the use of antibiotics that are critically important in human medicine for treating infected animals is antithetical to pork farmers’ and veterinarians’ moral obligation to care for their pigs.”In an Animal Agriculture Alliance presentation earlier this year, Leah Beyer, director of digital and social media communications at Elanco Animal Health, talked about the ongoing social media conversation about antibiotic use since the implementation of the Veterinary Feed Directive. She pointed out that food companies and their numerous efforts to move to “antibiotic-free” are dominating the discussion with crucial inputs from activists benefitting from scare tactics also playing a significant role. Beyer said the top influencers on antibiotics on Twitter are: vegans, organizations, and brands. Those who dominate the discussion shape the sizzle.“When McDonalds announced that they were ahead of schedule with their antibiotic-free movement they actually got negative backlash because they weren’t doing enough,” Beyer said. “We need more from scientists — more science.”Beyer said that veterinarians (the boots on the ground experts on the matter) are not enough of a voice on the issue. Poultry owns the conversation in terms of the animal groups, but KFC announced that they are going to not be using any medically important antibiotics.“Now we are waiting for the activists to move on to dairy, beef or swine,” Beyer said. “My guess is swine is next.”Now, consider an average consumer sipping a latte in a coffee shop somewhere scrolling through their social media of choice and taking in the headlines about this global antibiotic debate. Do they see the right, good and honorable aspects of their food production system? Or, are they getting lost and confused in the battle for the sizzle? I can only speculate, but I do know this:When we just let our sizzle fizzle, with our reputation stake,We’ll all take a beatin’ ‘cause our food won’t be eatenIf they don’t even know ‘bout our steak.
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A Hindu group who launched a fight against ‘offensive’ alcohol branding has had an Om beer label scrapped by a British brewery.Congleton-based ‘The Cheshire Brewhouse’ has apologised and promised to change the imagery on its Indian Pale Ale’s labels after prompting complaints from world-leading Hindu statesman.Read it at Telegraph Related Items