North American stock markets regain some lost ground

first_img Keywords Marketwatch Share this article and your comments with peers on social media S&P/TSX composite hits highest close since March on strength of financials sector Canadian Press Toronto stock market dips on weakness in the energy and financials sectors In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average was up 1,985.00 points at 23,185.62. The S&P 500 index was up 230.38 points at 2,711.02, while the Nasdaq composite was up 673.07 points at 7,874.88.The Canadian dollar traded for US71.94¢ compared with an average of US72.36¢ on Thursday.The April crude contract was up US23¢ at US$31.73 per barrel and the April natural gas contract was up US2.8¢ at US$1.869 per mmBTU.The April gold contract was down US$73.60 at US$1,516.70 an ounce and the May copper contract was down US0.85¢ at US$2.464 a pound. Canada’s main stock index closed Friday with a 9.55% advance to regain some of the ground it gave up Thursday in its biggest one-day drop on record.The S&P/TSX composite index was up 1,194.43 points or 9.6% at 13,702.88, a day after giving up more than 1,700 points. TSX gets lift from financials, U.S. markets rise to highest since March Downtown office buildings Toronto elovkoff/123RF Related news Facebook LinkedIn Twitterlast_img read more

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Sports Minister Congratulates Sensational Bolt

first_imgRelatedSports Minister Congratulates Sensational Bolt RelatedSports Minister Congratulates Sensational Bolt Sports Minister Congratulates Sensational Bolt UncategorizedAugust 18, 2008 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Minister of Information, Culture, Youth and Sports Hon. Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange, described tonight’s 100 metres World Record performance by Usain Bolt at the Beijing Olympics, as phenomenal and declared that the sprinter had ignited the passions of the Jamaican people by delivering the elusive gong. Minister Grange was on hand at the Bird’s Nest to congratulate the sprinting hero, after he devastated a quality field to win hands down in a new World Record time of 9.69 seconds.Bolt, who looked the consummate picture of composure and confidence going into the finals, performing several popular Jamaican dance moves in the blocks, gave Jamaica its first 100 metres victory in its 60-year Olympic history.Minister Grange said Bolt’s performance was testimony to the results that can be achieved through dedication and hard work. She added: “I congratulate Usain and expect that he will continue to excel because he is committed to his sport and himself. We now look forward to his performances in the 200 metres as we believe that he will return another stellar performance.”She had words of encouragement for Jamaica’s former World Record holder, Asafa Powell, who finished down the track in fifth place in 9.95 seconds. She told him: “I know you are disappointed but you have done Jamaica proud over the years and we will always salute you. It is never easy when you don’t meet your own expectations but we are still solidly behind you because you have proven yourself time and again.”She congratulated Michael Frater who finished in sixth place with a personal best time of 9.97 seconds.The Minister met the athletes as they were leaving the track and also had kind words for Richard Thompson of Trinidad and Tobago, who finished second and American Walter Dix who placed third.Attention now turns to the women’s 100 metres semi-final and final tomorrow night when Jamaica is expected to deliver medal winning performances. Kerron Stewart, Shelly Ann Fraser and Sherone Simpson all advanced comfortably to the semis.Minister Grange said Jamaica was still on course to return its best Olympics performance, despite not winning a silver medal tonight. “I believe we are still going to do very well. These major championships always throw some surprises but I know that we have a quality team here in Beijing and I am confident they will deliver.”center_img Advertisements RelatedSports Minister Congratulates Sensational Boltlast_img read more

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PM to Address Nation Tonight on Olympic Performance

first_imgPM to Address Nation Tonight on Olympic Performance UncategorizedAugust 24, 2008 RelatedPM to Address Nation Tonight on Olympic Performance RelatedPM to Address Nation Tonight on Olympic Performance FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Prime Minister Bruce Golding will address the nation tonight, on the performance of Jamaica’s Olympic team at the Beijing Olympics.The broadcast will be aired on all radio stations and Love TV at 8:00pm and on TVJ and CVM television at 9:00pm.Prime Minister Golding has set up a planning committee to work out details of a massive home-coming celebration for the Olympic Team which placed third on the athletics table with 6-gold, 3-silver and 2 bronze medals.The committee will be meeting tomorrow morning (Monday Aug 25) to fine-tune initial proposals put forward at its first meeting held on Thursday morning. The committee will be Chaired by Sports Minister, Olivia ‘Babsy Grange.center_img Advertisements RelatedPM to Address Nation Tonight on Olympic Performancelast_img read more

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Charles Encourages Jamaicans to Invest in the Country

first_imgRelatedCharles Encourages Jamaicans to Invest in the Country Charles Encourages Jamaicans to Invest in the Country CommerceMarch 15, 2009 RelatedCharles Encourages Jamaicans to Invest in the Country RelatedCharles Encourages Jamaicans to Invest in the Countrycenter_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Minister of Labour and Social Security Pearnel Charles has encouraged Jamaicans to invest more in the country, to provide jobs for those who need it.“You cannot have jobs without expansion of investment or new investment, (and) you cannot invite people to come to your country to create jobs, to create investments, when they are scared of their capital and scared of their lives,” Mr Charles said.He suggested that persons who have been laid off should not to use the funds just to pay off bills, gamble, give away or “hide it”, as the government is encouraging entrepreneurship.“So if you get laid off from your job, I am inviting you to invest it. Look at what you have, and if you need assistance the Ministry of Labour is there to guide you,” he said.The Minister was speaking at RJR Communications Group’s ‘Yes you Can Survive 2009′ one day symposium, at the Police Officers’ Club, Kingston, on Saturday (March 14).Mr. Charles said that the funds generated from the issuing of work permits to overseas nationals were being used to train Jamaican workers, as part of the government’s initiative to develop the local workforce.“We are taking the education route: The Heart Trust/NTA and all the vocational institutions have been given the job to train for us, and the work permit money is assisting us. In other words, when I give a work permit to a man as a chef from China to come here, they must now advise me that they have employed (a Jamaican) as understudy, because in three years that work permit will not be renewed,” Mr Charles explained.He also pointed out that the Ministry has created a skill bank for all the workers who have been made redundant.“We are putting them on the website and people are going on that website, from all over the place, and drafting them. We are getting people calling from all over the world,” Mr Charles explained. Advertisementslast_img read more

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Law Student is Miss Clarendon Festival Queen

first_imgRelatedLaw Student is Miss Clarendon Festival Queen RelatedLaw Student is Miss Clarendon Festival Queen RelatedLaw Student is Miss Clarendon Festival Queen Advertisementscenter_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Twenty-one year old law student, Zuleika Jess was crowned Miss Clarendon Festival Queen, at the grand coronation show held recently at the Versalles Hotel in May Pen, Clarendon.Staged under the theme: “Jamaican Woman: Our National Treasure”, the Festival Queen Competition has sought for the past several years, to showcase the cultural awareness, talent and creativity of young women, and has made a significant difference to the lives of thousands of women since its inception.According to Acting Executive Director of the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission, Delroy Gordon, women have always been primary contributors to national development, and the Commission serves an important role in “empowering Jamaicans, and exposing, unearthing and promoting the best of Jamaican heritage and culture.”Clarendonian Annette Stulz who attended the function described Miss Jess who was also named Most Culturally Aware and Best Performer, as being highly deserving of the honour of being named Queen, as she had exhibited an extreme level of intelligence and poise.“She is very good, very good. I notice that she is quite an intelligent woman. She is cool and poised and knows what she is about. I think she will represent us well. I expect her to do very well in the national competition,” she declared.Management trainee, Tannecia Gregory was named first runner-up, copping the titles of Most Congenial and Most Poised, while Lelieka Murdock, a student, emerged as the second runner-up. Law Student is Miss Clarendon Festival Queen CultureMay 24, 2009last_img read more

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Tassie’s top tourism towns to vie for national crown

first_imgTassie’s top tourism towns to vie for national crown Peter Gutwein,Premier and Minister for TourismA big congratulations to Stanley and New Norfolk, both of which will represent Tasmania in the inaugural search for Australia’s Top Tourism Towns.Our beautiful state is home to so many incredible tourism towns, full of history, culture and passionate and creative tourism operators.Stanley and New Norfolk are both extremely worthy winners of Tassie’s Top Tourism Towns for 2021 and will do Tasmania proud at the national awards.It’s fantastic so many Tasmanians got behind this initiative, with 10,000 voting in this year’s competition, showing how passionate we are about the role our Tassie towns play in our visitor economy.I’d like to thank the Tourism Industry Council of Tasmania for the work it’s done to make this year’s awards such a success, engaging so many Tasmanians.Tasmania will be a must-visit global destination when it’s safe to travel again, and its tourism industry has a world class reputation and the Tasmanian Liberal Government will continue supporting this vital industry, by maximising its potential to secure Tasmania’s future. /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:AusPol, Australia, council, culture, Economy, future, Government, industry, Minister, New Norfolk, Norfolk, Premier, Stanley, TAS, Tasmania, Tassie, tourism, travellast_img read more

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CU Boulder brings together top spinoffs from Colorado research institutions for Destination Startup

first_imgColorado’s research institutions continue to churn out game-changing, technology-based companies at an exciting rate, but investment capital can sometimes be hard to come by away from the coasts.The University of Colorado Boulder is helping to bridge this gap by drawing investors to Colorado with a showcase of the state’s top spinoff companies: Destination Startup. By having a central, one-day event for ventures to convene and pitch, investors are able to explore investment opportunities in a convenient format.A collaboration among Front Range research universities and federal laboratories, Destination Startup seeks to connect Colorado’s most promising ventures with funding and networking opportunities so they can take the next step toward commercialization.“Destination Startup brings visibility to the innovative startup companies derived from our state’s rich research culture,” said Dr. Terri Fiez, CU Boulder vice chancellor for research & innovation. “By inviting investors from both Colorado and the coasts, we’re helping grow the investment base for our startups – something we’re so proud to be a part of.”Twenty-five of the best startups from Colorado’s leading research institutions will present their technologies to investors and the business community on February 1st.The 2019 participating research institutions include CU Boulder, CU Anschutz, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Colorado State University and University of Denver.“Initially we discussed holding a showcase event that featured innovations exclusive to CU Boulder, but we wanted to expand the event beyond CU because Colorado research institutions as a whole are producing amazing work,” says Bryn Rees, assistant vice chancellor for research & innovation and managing director of the CU Boulder Technology Transfer Office, which is hosting the event. “Bringing new investment funding to Colorado is beneficial to the whole entrepreneurial ecosystem, regardless of which institution or lab generated the startup.”Ventures from each institution were chosen via a competitive selection process led by serial entrepreneurs, investors and technology veterans. The companies represent industries spanning therapeutics, sensors, biotech, robotics and more.CU Boulder Ventures Presenting at Destination StartupArpeggio BiosciencesAspero MedicalASTRALiTeKelvin Thermal Technologies99AgreeNew Iridium (joint venture with CSU)RespirogenSuviCaVitriVaxWith nine ventures pitching their innovations, CU Boulder is the most represented university at Destination Startup. The ventures hail from six departments on campus: mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, chemical and biological engineering, computer science, molecular, cellular and development biology, and housing and dining services.  One CU Boulder venture presenting at Destination Startup, VitriVax, is a biotechnology spinoff company founded on work by Dr. Robert Garcea and Dr. Theodore Randolph, who are CU Boulder professors from the BioFrontiers Institute. To remedy current issues arising from cold-chain storage and patient compliance, they are developing thermostable vaccines that do not require refrigeration and provide multiple-boost doses in a single injection.“Since Destination Startup will be the first opportunity for VitriVax to present our innovation to a large audience, it marks a formal drive to generate awareness of the potentially game-changing technology VitriVax is developing, which has significant implications for global health,” said VitriVax CEO Dr. Michael Artinger. “It would be great to meet prospective investors and/or partners through the event.” Artinger, a biotechnology industry veteran with 22 years of experience transitioning promising university discoveries into real-world products, is no stranger to working with universities throughout the commercialization process.“I was very impressed by the commitment CU Boulder and the Technology Transfer Office made to protecting and nurturing VitriVax’s technology to a point where it was mature enough to create a startup around,” Artinger said.Learn more about Destination Startup and its impact on Colorado’s innovation ecosystem. Published: Jan. 31, 2019 • By Mallory Richardson last_img read more

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CU Boulder announces 2020–21 Fulbright awards

first_img Published: May 12, 2020 • By Brian Bishop Eight CU Boulder students have been named Fulbright finalists for the 2020–21 academic year by the U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. Fulbright Scholarship informationEach year, more than 1,900 U.S. students, artists and early career professionals are offered Fulbrights to study, teach English and conduct research in more than 140 countries throughout the world. CU Boulder had 33 students apply to Fulbright this year, 19 of whom were named semi-finalists, and 11 of those were recognized as finalists or alternates.CU Boulder students interested in applying for a Fulbright award should contact Deborah Viles at [email protected] finalists and their host countries, where they will study or teach during the coming academic year, are Rayna Benzeev, Brazil; Joseph Hegeman, Azerbaijan; Zena Jahmi, Spain; Aislyn Keyes, Chile; Remington Ruyle, Mexico; Ku Thomas, Fiji; Erica Ursich, Brazil; and Olivia Wittenberg, Argentina. “I’m so proud of our students’ accomplishments and I know they will be wonderful cultural ambassadors in their host countries,” said Deborah Viles, director of the Office of Top Scholarships. “I’m also grateful to our faculty and staff who served on interview committees and provided additional feedback to our applicants. Fulbright is truly a community effort.” The Fulbright is the U.S. government’s flagship international educational exchange program and has given more than 390,000 students, scholars, teachers, artists and professionals of all backgrounds and fields the opportunity to study, teach, conduct research, exchange ideas, and contribute to finding solutions to shared international concerns. The program is funded through an annual appropriation made by the U.S. Congress to the U.S. Department of State. Participating governments and host institutions, corporations, and foundations around the world also provide direct and indirect support to the program, which operates in more than 160 countries worldwide.CU Boulder’s finalists are among more than 2,100 U.S. citizens who will study, conduct research, and teach abroad for the 2020–21 academic year through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. Award recipients are selected on the basis of academic and professional achievement, and their record of service and leadership potential in their respective fields.   Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Fulbright study/research finalistsRayna Benzeev is a PhD candidate in the environmental studies program, researching tropical forests, land use change, and socioenvironmental systems. For her Fulbright project, she will spend nine months studying forest landscape restoration in Brazil’s Atlantic forest. As part of her dissertation work, she is developing spatial conservation planning tools that will help decision-makers target reforestation efforts in places where they have the highest probability of success. The Fulbright award will enable Rayna to spend time working directly with researchers, nongovernmental organizations, and government agencies in southern Bahia, Brazil, developing and implementing these decision tools. She will also spend time in Brazilian universities and research institutes, in alignment with Fulbright’s aims of cultural and academic exchange. Aislyn Keyes is a PhD student in ecology and evolutionary biology (EBIO) who is interested in marine conservation and the interactions between human and natural systems. Her current research focuses on food webs and ecosystem services. Specifically, her project seeks to understand how species loss in coastal food webs indirectly impact ecosystem services in the face of global change. As a Fulbrighter, she will use socioecological networks to study adaptive capacity and environmental outcomes in Chilean fisheries as part of her doctoral dissertation.Remington Ruyle is a physics and Spanish double major with a concentration in environmental studies and a minor in leadership studies. She’s a member of the Presidents Leadership Class, Phi Beta Kappa, CU club field hockey team, and the CU Environmental Center. In her free time, she enjoys photography and spending time with her dog. She will pursue a master’s degree in sustainability sciences at the National Autonomous University of Mexico in Mexico City under the Fulbright. Erica Ursich will graduate this May with a bachelor’s degree in ecology and evolutionary biology and studio arts, and a minor in Spanish. She’s passionate about the study of amphibians and reptiles, and currently works at the Center for Snake Conservation in Louisville, Colorado. With her Fulbright, she will explore snake conservation in the endangered Brazilian Atlantic rainforest with a local research organization, The Institute for Ecological Research, to document species prevalence and the impact of habitat fragmentation on endemic snakes.Ku Thomas is graduating with a degree in chemical engineering. He’s from Hawaii, where before coming to college, he studied medicinal properties of local plants. His interest in his culture led him to give many presentations on Hawaiian tattooing practices and burial rituals, even creating graphic novels as visual aids for school children. He applied to Fulbright in Fiji to learn more about another region of Oceania. Thomas hopes to study the medicinal properties of plants used by traditional healers in Fiji.Fulbright English-teaching assistantshipsJoseph Hegeman is a second-year master’s student in the English literature department. His research examines the impact of race on 18th-century definitions of the human. He has taught Shakespeare and Latin American foreign policy classes at CU Boulder and currently works as a learning technology consultant for CU’s Office of Information Technology. As a Fulbright ETA, he hopes to increase cross-cultural exchange with the often overlooked, but important, country of Azerbaijan, and he hopes he’ll get a chance to attend a Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Euro 2020 game. Zena Jahmi is a recent graduate of CU Boulder with a degree in international affairs and minors in Spanish and ethnic studies. She recently worked as a paralegal at an immigration law office and hopes to go into the immigration field. During her time in Spain with Fulbright, she plans to focus on language and culture with students in the classroom. Additionally, she’ll be able to use her Arabic and Spanish language skills to volunteer with North African immigrants outside the classroom.  Olivia Wittenberg is graduating with honors this May as a double major in international affairs and Spanish language and literature and a minor in philosophy. She has been offered a Fulbright grant to assistant-teach English in universities in Argentina, where she will also conduct research on women’s participation in government and travel extensively. Olivia views Fulbright as a way of fostering mutual cultural understanding to create a more peaceful and connected world. At CU, Olivia has volunteered with Swap, a student-run initiative to provide English classes for CU employees, and served as one of the campus’s 2018-19 student body presidents. CU Boulder also has three Fulbright alternates who may be promoted if additional funds become available. They are: Sam Albert, The Netherlands; Christopher Dunn, Iceland; and Xenia Mathys, Uzbekistan.The Fulbright U.S. Student Program is administered at CU Boulder through the Office of Top Scholarships. Students interested in applying for the 2021–22 academic year should contact Deborah Viles at [email protected] for more information.Categories:Deadlines & AnnouncementsCelebrateCampus Communitylast_img read more

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Senator Falconer Proposes Live Broadcasts of CCJ Hearings

first_imgRelatedUK Prime Minister Lauds Effort to Tackle Crime Photo: JIS PhotographerMinister with Responsibility for Information, Senator the Hon. Sandrea Falconer. RelatedMembers of Parliament Mark 11th Celebration of Remembrance Day Story HighlightsMinister with responsibility for Information, Senator the Hon. Sandrea Falconer, is proposing that live broadcasts or streaming of appeals be considered for use at the Caribbean Court of Justice.This, she said, is in order to “widen and deepen the understanding of the workings of the CCJ.”Senator Falconer was making her contribution to the debate on the three Bills to establish the CCJ as Jamaica’s final appellate body in the Senate, on November 13. Senator Falconer Proposes Live Broadcasts of CCJ Hearings ParliamentNovember 16, 2015Written by: Alecia Smith-Edwards Advertisementscenter_img RelatedSenate Continues Debate on CCJ Bills Tomorrow Senator Falconer Proposes Live Broadcasts of CCJ HearingsJIS News | Presented by: PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQualityundefinedSpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreenPlay FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Minister with responsibility for Information, Senator the Hon. Sandrea Falconer, is proposing that live broadcasts or streaming of appeals be considered for use at the Caribbean Court of Justice.This, she said, is in order to “widen and deepen the understanding of the workings of the CCJ.”Senator Falconer was making her contribution to the debate on the three Bills to establish the CCJ as Jamaica’s final appellate body in the Senate, on November 13.Through these Bills, it is the intention of the Government to separate Jamaica from the Judicial Committee of the United Kingdom (UK) Privy Council, and to become part of the CCJ in its Appellate Jurisdiction.Minister Falconer argued that acceding to the CCJ will afford all Jamaicans an equal opportunity for justice. She lamented that access to the Privy Council has been elusive for many Jamaicans, mainly due to the prohibitive costs associated with taking a case to that body.“It is really the rich, private citizen or the relatively well off private businesses or those appealing death penalty decisions who receive pro bono help from local and English Counsel who can access the Privy Council,” she said.Senator Falconer  said that in her estimation, the cost of travel and accommodation for the CCJ is about 76 per cent less than that of the Privy Council and the cost of filing documents at the CCJ is 98 per cent less than that of the Privy Council.The Minister noted that the CCJ is already utilising audio and video conferencing facilities to conduct hearings, so that litigants and their counsel are spared the financial burden of appearing physically in Trinidad, where the court is housed.“I place considerable weight on arrangements that put ordinary people on the right side of the digital divide and importantly on the right side of the justice system,” the Minister stressed.She further argued that a final appellate body from, and for the region will be particularly sensitive to the realities of the Caribbean and will properly reflect the status of Caribbean countries as sovereign nations.The Minister  noted as well that Caribbean judges have unquestionable knowledge  of the nuances of the region’s cultures, philosophies and social constructs.“My faith in supporting the three Bills which seek to make the CCJ Jamaica’s final appellate court, rests in the certain knowledge that regional judges are erudite and of unquestionable integrity and legal experience,” she said.The Minister  said  that  based on its track record, there is no doubt that the CCJ will effect positive change in the social order of the Jamaican society by delivering justice which is accessible, visible, efficient and reflective of the country’s values and mores.“The CCJ is our clear and present opportunity to build our own jurisprudence, framed by our own historical and social experiences and reflective of our values as a people who subscribe to the rule of law. We are at the cusp of another dimension of the fulfilment of our sovereignty. Let us rise to the occasion and complete the task of Jamaica’s accession of that appellate jurisdiction of the CCJ,” she said.Bills being debated are the Constitution (Amendment) (Caribbean Court of Justice) Act 2015; the Judicature (Appellate Jurisdiction) Act, 2015, and the Caribbean Court of Justice Act, 2015.The CCJ Bills were debated and passed on May 12 in the House of Representatives, where the Government enjoys the two-thirds majority needed to have them passed.  The Opposition voted against all three Bills.The CCJ was established on February 12, 2001 through an agreement signed by the Heads of Government of CARICOM at their 22nd meeting in Nassau. It has two jurisdictions: an appellate and original.last_img read more

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Man killed in Christmas Night crash is named

first_img Consultation launched on proposal to limit HGV traffic in Clady Google+ News 45 new social homes to be built in Dungloe Facebook Pinterest Hospitalisations rise as Donnelly suggests masks will stay ’til autumn Man killed in Christmas Night crash is named Twitter Today is the 30th anniversary of Eddie Fullerton’s murder WhatsApp Facebookcenter_img The man who died in a single vehicle collision on the N15 between Stranorlar and Lifford on Christmas night was 26 year old Luke Peeks from Inver. The tragedy happened at around 11 o’clock at Treanamullin outside Stranorlar.Gardai say Mr Peeks’ Renault Clio car left the road and came to a stop in a field. He was the 7th person to die on Donegal’s roads in 2012. Donegal hoteliers enjoy morale boost as bookings increase Google+ By News Highland – December 27, 2012 WhatsApp Disruption to cancer service will increase mortality – Oncologist Previous articleHeavy winds warning issued by Met EireannNext articleHiggins warns of online psychoactive drug sales News Highland Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterestlast_img read more

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