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  • Over 39,000 cars on the road in Donegal – DTTS

    first_img Facebook Over 39,000 cars on the road in Donegal – DTTS LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Facebook WhatsApp Previous articlePETA calls for sanctuary for pig farm fire survivorsNext articleChair of Aura board says more can be done to maximise revenue admin Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week WhatsApp Homepage BannerNews Twitter Google+ By admin – August 14, 2015 center_img GAA decision not sitting well with Donegal – Mick McGrath Google+ Pinterest Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR There were just over 39,000 cars registered in Donegal at the end of last year according to the Annual Bulletin of Vehicle and Driver Statistics, which has just been published by the Department of Transport.Toyota is the most popular car brand in the county followed by Ford and Nissan.2,723 new cars were registered in the county last year, the first increase since 2010.Donegal’s register also includes just over 13,000 vans, almost 4,000 tractors and 800 motorcycles.There were just over 97,000 driving licences issued in the county at the end of last year,almost 7,000 of which were learner permits. Twitter Pinterest Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margeylast_img read more

  • Congressional delegation secures $1.3 million for VSAC

    first_imgVermont Student Assistance Corporation,The Vermont Student Assistance Corp. (VSAC) will receive up to $1.3 million in additional funds to continue helping students find grants, loans and scholarships, the Vermont congressional delegation announced today.    The delegation also helped nonprofit lenders like the Winooski, Vt.-based VSAC secure a higher rate from the U.S. Department of Education for servicing student loans. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who serves as a member of the Senate education committee, led the effort on behalf of VSAC, with strong support from Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) and Rep. Peter Welch (D-Vt.). ‘At a time of soaring college costs, I have supported President Obama’s move to increase the maximum Pell grant, which enables millions of low- and moderate-income students who go to college, by ending the billions in subsidies that big banks received to issue federally-guaranteed student loans,’ Sanders said. ‘At the same time, we in Vermont value the important work done by VSAC, and similar work done by nonprofits in other states.  Thousands of Vermonters have been able to go to college because of VSAC counseling, both in making higher education available to them and in helping students and their families manage the costs of college. We are very pleased that our ongoing efforts to protect VSAC’s critical role in our state have paid off. VSAC will be able to continue doing the excellent and important work it has done so well over the years,’ Sanders said.Leahy said, ‘No student should be denied the opportunities of a college education because of her or his family’s financial resources.  College costs make it difficult ‘ often, extremely difficult — for families to afford higher education.  I strongly support the Obama administration’s recently enacted expansion of student financial aid and I am pleased that Senator Sanders, Congressman Welch and I have succeeded in convincing the U.S. Department of Education to recognize VSAC’s importance as an instrumental partner in guiding Vermont students through the complexities of financing their college educations.  I continue to hear from students and adult learners across the state that VSAC’s outreach counselors gave them the support system they needed to graduate.  Vermonters have come to rely on the comprehensive programs and collaborative efforts among VSAC, our public schools and the higher education community.’Welch said, ‘This is great news for Vermont students and families. Today’s announcement will allow VSAC to continue doing what it does best, provide high-quality services to Vermonters and increase access to higher education. As college tuitions rise, the services provided by VSAC are integrally important in helping students and families navigate the path to higher education.’ The Department of Education last week announced the higher rate for the first 100,000 loans serviced by VSAC and other nonprofit state lending agencies. The department’s Federal Student Loan Agency has agreed to provide VSAC with $1 million in conversion fees and up to $300,000 to cover initial start-up expenses for implementing a structure to service these new loans, while it continues to provide outreach, support, and loan services to students. VSAC will also be eligible to compete for the assignment of additional loans in the future. VSAC and 15 similar nonprofits throughout the nation have entered into an agreement with the Education Department that begins the process of assigning the initial 100,000 loans. Source: Delegation. WASHINGTON, April 28, 2011last_img read more

  • Generous block size creates plenty of interest

    first_imgThe home at 129 Stratton Tce, Manly.SYDNEY buyers have snapped up a bayside home two weeks before the dual-living property was due to be auctioned. Marketing agent Margaret Vote, of Raine & Horne Wynnum Manly, said 129 Stratton Tce, Manly sold for $1.08 million to the keen Sydneysiders, who planned to move to the area. “Interest (in the property) was good,” Ms Vote said. “Buyers were mainly owner-occupiers and those who had a need for the separate two-bedroom accommodation. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The home at 129 Stratton Tce, Manly.“The main thing (buyers liked) was the size of the land — it was a 607sq m block with side access for the boat.“They also loved the elevation, that it was one block down to the waterfront and close to the centre of Manly, but very quiet.” Ms Vote said the Manly property market was busy but balanced at present. “People are looking to come into Manly,” she said. “There is more interest — particularly from interstate buyers and buyers who know Manly is about to go — but we’re not oversupplied with properties.”Ms Vote said interstate buyers had also identified Lota as the next place to buy.last_img read more

  • SWAN Resolute on Support for Eagles, Ignores Mikel’s Snide Comments

    first_imgWe still stand by this resolution and urge all our members to disregard Mikel’s comments and continue to play their crucial role of promoting the country’s football with all necessary zeal and patriotism.“The collective responsibility being propagated by SWAN is already playing out with the unprecedented cooperation among critical stakeholders towards the cause, which has resulted to the Super Eagles leading their group after victories over Zambia and Algeria in Ndola and Uyo respectively.“What we expect from Nigerians and critical stakeholders at this point in time are actions and statements which would strengthen our team’s concentration towards achieving qualification and not controversy.“While we commend the Super Eagles and salute coach Gernot Rohr for their efforts so far, we are however hopeful that the team’s defence line would be strengthened to overcome greater challenges as we progress.SWAN also lauded the Federal Government, the National Assembly, the Akwa-Ibom State Government, as well as all other stakeholders for their continuous support to the team.“While we remind all critical stakeholders that the battle is not over until it is over, SWAN under the leadership of Honour Sirawoo will continue to seek the support and understanding of all stakeholders in the sports sector as it intensifies its reformation agenda towards effective service delivery and securing respect for sports journalists,” concludes the statement.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The Sports Writers Association of Nigeria (SWAN) leadership has described John Mikel Obi’s uncomplimentary comments about his lack of regulation at Chelsea FC as uncalled for and should not have been, in view of the Nigerian media’s contributions to his career and the country’s football as a whole.The Super Eagles captain had said comments made by the team’s coach Gernot Rohr before Saturday’s 3-1 win over Algeria were mistranslated and taken out of context by the Nigerian media, as “English isn’t Mr Rohr’s or much of the Nigeria media’s first language”.But SWAN however viewed the incident as part of its members’ sacrifice towards Nigeria’s qualification for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.The association had in a communiqué issued at the end of its convention in Ilorin in September urged all Nigerians to see the country’s qualification for Russia 2018 World Cup as a national project.last_img read more

  • Hanging with Zvjezdan Misimović

    first_imgHanging of fans with B&H representative Zvjezdan Misimović will be organized today at 14:00 within the Sarajevo Holiday Market, at the house of BH fan shop.BH Fan Shop for the first time has its stand at the Sarajevo Holiday Market, where fans can find all the original items and souvenirs of B&H football alliance with reasonable prices.(Source: Fena)last_img