Strike action set to hit Shannon airport

first_imgLinkedin by Bernie [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up TRAVEL disruption is on the horizon with the cabin crew branch of IMPACT trade union having served notice of industrial action on Aer Lingus.Workers will stage a 24-hour work stoppage on Friday, May 30 , starting at a minute after midnight. Cabin crew members will place pickets at Shannon, Cork and Dublin Shannon airports for the duration of the stoppage.IMPACT official Michael Landers said that cabin crew were ready to take immediate action because the company had failed to engage on the rostering issue for so long. “Cabin crew have sought to engage with the company on this issue on several occasions over several years but the company has simply refused to consider anything other than the erratic rostering patterns that have become the norm at the airline. It has resulted in an exhausted crew who feel now that the only option left to them is the option of last resort, which is a work stoppage. It’s regrettable that it has come to this, but the current arrangements are unsustainable.”Mr Landers said that the cabin crew branch is confident that alternative rosters could be implemented with no loss of productivity or at any extra cost to the airline.Currently, cabin crew can work up to 60 hours in a seven day period, resulting in shift patterns of six working days and one rest day, followed by six more working days.Mr Landers explained that cabin crew have sought a roster similar to those for pilots at the airline, of five work days followed by three rest days. Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL Advertisement WhatsApp Print No vaccines in Limerick yet Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended First Irish death from Coronavirus NewsBreaking newsBusinessStrike action set to hit Shannon airportBy Bernie English – May 13, 2014 576 center_img Previous articleContestants glam up for Miss Limerick pageantNext articleLimerick’s silent and shouted protest for Nigerian children Bernie Englishhttp://www.limerickpost.ieBernie English has been working as a journalist in national and local media for more than thirty years. She worked as a staff journalist with the Irish Press and Evening Press before moving to Clare. She has worked as a freelance for all of the national newspaper titles and a staff journalist in Limerick, helping to launch the Limerick edition of The Evening Echo. Bernie was involved in the launch of The Clare People where she was responsible for business and industry news. Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April TAGSfeaturedLimerick Airport Shannon RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Twitter Email Shannondoc operating but only by appointment last_img read more

Duo Arrested Following Cherry Creek Drug Raid

first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) WNY News Now File Image.CHERRY CREEK – Two men are facing various drug charges after the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s SWAT Team knocked down the door of their Cherry Creek home this week.The Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force says Gregory Schroeder, 38, and Raymond Provorse, 26, were arrested on Tuesday morning after investigators served a Search Warrant at 6900 Main St. in Cherry Creek.Deputies say Schroeder was wanted on a DEA Federal Arrest Warrant for allegedly selling methamphetamine while Provorse was taken in to custody on an unrelated task force investigation.Provorse has since been arraigned and released while Schroeder remains behind bars. Detectives say other residents of the home were released following the investigation.Because of the deteriorating condition of the property, the Cherry Creek Code Enforcement Officer deemed the structure unsafe and uninhabitable.The Sheriff’s Office encourages anyone with knowledge of illegal drug trafficking to call their tip line at (716) 664-2420.last_img read more


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Laudrup deflects future talk

first_imgSwansea manager Michael Laudrup avoided directly addressing his future at the end of a difficult week for the Welsh club. The Swans sit just three points above the Barclays Premier League relegation zone and the revelation that police were called to the club’s training ground after a heated exchange between Chico Flores and Garry Monk has done little to lift the mood ahead of Saturday’s FA Cup fourth-round trip to Birmingham. Laudrup’s future has also been questioned and it has been widely speculated he will leave the Liberty Stadium at the end of the current campaign, although the Dane has a contract through to the end of next season. “Both players, particularly Chico, wanted to close this. We have to look forward and say sorry. We have to move on, that’s the most important thing. These things always come in difficult moments, and we are in a difficult moment, we have to admit that. “If you win four in a row, even if team-mates raise voices and say not nice things to each other, it is not a story as there are so many positive things to talk about. “I don’t want to say it’s no problem when people get into each other but you have to leave it and move on. It can happen when your pulse is up, you say things and react differently, you can have less patience when someone is telling you something. “I have spoken to them both and I believe in dialogue. When people are back with a normal pulse like all of us here we can discuss it. People have to get calm again.” Laudrup refused to comment on a potential move for Bolton forward David Ngog, but made it clear he does not want to sell Neil Taylor after Fulham made a bid, believed to be around £4million, for the left-back, whose misfortune in breaking his ankle last season has been compounded by Ben Davies taking his first-team place. He said: “Players are part of a group and it is not about the interests of Neil Taylor or Michael Laudrup but the interest of Swansea City and right now – because of the number of games we have plus the injury situation in a small group – it means if Neil goes we need another one. “If we let him go and something happens to Ben then everyone would kill me. The only one satisfied would be Neil. But I do understand his position because he wants to play and recover his position in the national team, too. If we get another player in then perhaps my view would be different but it is difficult at this stage.” But the 49-year-old insisted the club’s current predicament means no-one can yet look beyond the end of this term. He said: “How many times was I asked about that last year? “I don’t want to go into it again. I tried to answer it last year and the questions came week after week. “It is not frustrating but with our situation I think no-one, no player nor manager, should think about next season, they should only think about this season for obvious reasons. “Of course you have to ask questions, but it’s about the present not the future.” The incident between defenders Monk and Flores has led some to question the unity and togetherness of the Swansea squad as they face a potential relegation dogfight. Laudrup reiterated that arguments between team-mates are commonplace but said he had spoken to the pair, although no decision has been taken on whether the duo will face punishment, with the club unlikely to make public any potential reprimand. The Swansea boss said: “It is never good when you have incidents but I played many years myself and it happens sometimes for one reason or another. You always read about them when things are not going well on the pitch with results. Press Associationlast_img read more


first_imgThe Tax ClinicOne of Donegal’s most respected and reputable financial advice centres is helping hundreds of people across Donegal to get their tax affairs in order.For many years The Tax Clinic, which is based in both Letterkenny and Killybegs, has been helping people across Donegal to understand the tax system – and to make the most from it!Mabel McHugh from The Tax Clinic.Quite simply, The Tax Clinic take the pain out of dealing with the Irish tax system. The Revenue Commissioners are now regarded as one of the most sophisticated and efficient public bodies in Ireland. There information technology (I.T.) infrastructure is the envy of many.Last year the Revenue confirmed that they now have over 50 organisations of which they can source information from such as the banks, credit unions, department of agriculture, the department of social welfare, private residential tenancies board, H.S.E to name but a few.In 2014 the Revenue conducted 41,368 PAYE compliance checks that yielded nearly €22 million and this figure is set to increase in 2015. In conjunction with setting up a PAYE compliance section in each tax district they also issued a detailed document called “ The Compliance Code for Pay as You Earn (PAYE) taxpayers.Compliance Code for PAYE Taxpayers This code was developed by Revenue to set out a clear and consistent approach to checks carried out on PAYE tax payers.For most PAYE tax payers the correct amount of tax will have been deducted from their earnings during the year by their employer.In some instances, underpayment of tax may arise as a result of the following;–          Tax credits, allowances & reliefs granted that the taxpayer was not entitled to.–          A change in the taxpayers personal circumstances meaning that certain tax credits, reliefs & allowances no longer apply. –          Loss of entitlement to exemption from tax or reduced rate USC.In order to ensure that the correct tax is collected and to prevent any build-up of tax arrears, it is essential that taxpayers keep Revenue informed with as much up-to-date information as possible about his or her earnings/income.Tax defaults may be corrected by the taxpayer in any of the following ways:–          Declare that an innocent error has been made. –          Make a self-correction of the error.–          Make a “Qualifying Disclosure”.Revenue intervention can take the form of either:–          An aspect query.–          A profile interview.–          An audit or investigation.Why would I have been selected for a PAYE compliance check?·         The Revenue may have obtained third party information regarding additional non-paye income such as payments from the Department of Agriculture, Rental Income etc.·         You have had a gain subject to Capital Gains Tax during the year, an example would be property/land or shares sold.·         You may be in receipt of a foreign pension.·         The Revenue have recently contacted 60,000 PAYE taxpayers and requested that they complete a Form 12 income tax return.What income types are assessable under a Form 12?·         Income from a trade or profession·         Farming Income·         Income as a Musician·         Rental Income·         Dividend Income·         Foreign Incomes – Foreign Pensions, Foreign Rental Income.When should I complete and return my Form 12?Typically, you will need to complete your Form 12 by October 31st in the year following the tax year of assessment. i.e. for 2014 taxes, the Form 12 must be submitted by 31st October 2015.What should I do now?If you have received a Form 12 do not ignore it.  You must complete the form honestly ensuring that you declare your income from all sources.  In some circumstances it may be beneficial to seek professional advice.We at THE TAX CLINIC are experienced in dealing with all forms of Revenue Intervention and the completion and filing of Tax Returns.To find out more log onto or call into either the High Road Letterkenny or Main Street Killybegs.Or Telephone: Letterkenny: 074 91 60550 or Killybegs: 074 97 32055BUSINESS: LET THE TAX CLINIC GET ALL YOUR PAYE AFFAIRS IN ORDER was last modified: September 25th, 2015 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:The Tax Cliniclast_img read more

Timmer Named To Preseason All-MVC Team

first_imgMVC Preseason PollSchool (First-Place Votes) Total1. Wichita State (37), 4132. Illinois State (4), 3563. UNI (1), 3484. Missouri State, 2785. Southern Illinois, 2286. Indiana State, 2197. Loyola, 1798. Bradley, 1109. Evansville, 10610. Drake, 73Poll determined by panel of league sports infor­mation directors, media, and coaches.Print Friendly Version ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Drake University junior Reed Timmer (New Berlin, Wis.) has been named to the preseason All-Missouri Valley Conference Men’s Basketball Team, the league announced Tuesday, Oct. 25, during its annual media day.Timmer was one of 10 MVC standouts honored as he earned a position on the preseason All-MVC second team. The guard is the conference’s top returning scorer after averaging 16.8 points per game in 2015-16. He finished his sophomore campaign with 520 points, the 15th most in a season in Drake history while shooting 46.2 percent from the floor, 40.4 percent from the three-point arc and 81.3 percent from the free-throw line. He scored in double-figures in all but three games on the season with nine 20-point games and five other games in which her scored 19 points.Timmer was also one of the conference’s most-decorated student-athletes in 2015-16 as he was named the MVC Men’s Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year and a member of the men’s basketball Scholar-Athlete first team and a five-time MVC Scholar-Athlete of the week.Joining Timmer on the preseason All-MVC second team was Milton Doyle (Loyola), Dequon Miller (Missouri State), Shaquille Morris (Wichita State) and Sean O’Brien (SIU). The first team included preseason Player of the Year Jeremy Morgan (UNI), Markis McDuffie (Wichita State), MiKyle McIntosh (Illinois State), Paris Lee (Illinois State) and Brenton Scott (Indiana State).In addition to the preseason All-MVC teams, the league also released the results of its preseason poll. Wichita State was the favorite to take the league title this season, followed by Illinois State and UNI. Drake was selected 10 in the poll.2016-17 MVC Preseason TeamFirst TeamMarkis McDuffie, Wichita StateMiKyle McIntosh, Illinois StateJeremy Morgan, UNIBrenton Scott, Indiana StateParis Lee, Illinois StateSecond TeamMilton Doyle, LoyolaDequon Miller, Missouri StateShaquille Morris, Wichita StateSean O’Brien, Southern IllinoisReed Timmer, Drakelast_img read more

Photo library: Business and industry 7

first_img{loadposition tc}Click on a thumbnail for a low-resolution image, or right-click on the link below it to download a high-resolution copy of the image.» Download Business & Industry contact sheet (1.8MB) » Download full image library contact sheet (10.5MB) Cape Town, Western Cape province: Deep-sea fishing boats docked at the harbour’s fish terminal. In the foreground is the company Japan Marine Supplies and Services.Photo: Rodger » Download high-res image Cape Town, Western Cape province: Deep-sea fishing boats docked at the harbour’s fish terminal. Photo: Rodger » Download high-res image Cape Town, Western Cape province: A ship docked in the harbour for bunkering and resupply. Photo: Rodger » Download high-res image Cape Town, Western Cape province: A bulk-carrier ship approaches in the harbour.Photo: Rodger » Download high-res image Cape Town, Western Cape province: Container ships in the harbour.Photo: Rodger » Download high-res image Cape Town, Western Cape province: Oil rigs in the the busy harbour. Servicing and refurbishing oil installations has become a big business.Photo: Rodger » Download high-res image Cape Town, Western Cape province: Sardines used as bait by fishermen fishing with handlines off Cape Point. Photo: Rodger Bosch, » Download high-res image Cape Town, Western Cape province: Fishermen fishing with handlines off Cape Point. Photo: Rodger Bosch, » Download high-res image Cape Town, Western Cape province: Fishermen fishing with handlines off Cape Point. Photo: Rodger Bosch, » Download high-res image BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 7: {loadposition business}Having trouble downloading high-resolution images? Queries about the image library? Email Janine Erasmus at [email protected]last_img read more

Entrepreneurship key to jobs for youth

first_imgA young craft artist at work in Upington in the Northern Cape, one of the poorest regions of South Africa. Selling craftwork is one small business that allows the unemployed to survive in the economy better than they did before. (Image: Brand South Africa) • Sandisiwe Gugushe Public Relations International: Brand South Africa +27 11 483 0122 +27 73 126 9128 [email protected] • CNN’s Richard Quest examines the rise of Africa• Cooperation, trade and education key to Africa’s success – Coleman• Seven reasons to be optimistic about Africa • The dividend of democracy: 20 years of economic growth • Global perceptions key to competitiveness and foreign investment By Shamin ChibbaIf South Africa is to overcome its problem of high youth unemployment, young men and women should look to running their own small businesses – and be taught how to do it from a young age. This was one of the ideas discussed at the CNN-Brand South Africa breakfast forum with CNN anchor Richard Quest, hosted by the Nelson Mandela Foundation in Johannesburg on 13 May 2013.The English-born journalist, who anchors Quest Means Business on CNN International, led a discussion that looked at South Africa’s role in the rest of Africa and in the world.Miller Matola, Brand South Africa’s chief executive, said an environment must be created in which entrepreneurial spirit and culture could thrive, but this would only be possible if entrepreneurship education started at a young age. “I have heard comments that entrepreneurship is something that happens when people are out of work. But I think we need a concerted and focused effort around youth entrepreneurship education.”Part of that education, he said, would be to make young people understand that failure is a part of being an entrepreneur and that perseverance was needed to get through hard times. But, Matola added, support structures would have to be there to ensure failed entrepreneurs did not fall out of the economy. “If you look in the US, a lot of entrepreneurs have failed before, but the system does not necessarily discard them,” he said. “What it does is give them another opportunity. We need to create mechanisms for that.”He said organisations funding entrepreneurs should learn to manage and deal with failed businesspeople. “It’s about how we coach, and mentor, and put back into the system those entrepreneurs – as opposed to discarding them.”When Quest asserted that South Africa had done a poor job of training entrepreneurs, Telkom South Africa chair Jabu Mabuza disagreed. Small enterprises, he said, are helping people survive the economy better than before.Colin Coleman, managing director of Goldman Sachs South Africa, said he encouraged budding entrepreneurs to start businesses as they have the potential to grow. He gave mobile network giant MTN as an example of a thriving South African company that grew from nothing. “Go for it, find your opportunity, find the capital and go build a business, because I think businesses will grow.” Young people’s place in democracyThe day before the forum, Quest was guest host for an hour on Gauteng’s Talk Radio 702. He said he was astonished at the number of young callers to the show who claimed not to have voted in the national elections on 7 May. “I couldn’t understand – especially in a country with a history of recent blood being shed so that people of all colours and races could vote.”But Matola countered that he believed the youth, particularly the “born frees” who only recently reached voting age, were becoming aware of their rights, responsibilities and the role they could play in sustaining the country’s democracy. “If you look at the comments of one of the young people today, the youth are basically crying out to get involved,” he said.Matola was talking about Bonolo Ramokhele, a member of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers programme, who claimed young South Africans were left out of discussions that would directly affect their future.It was important for the youth to play a part in ensuring they could shape the future of the country, Matola said. “This being the first election for the born frees, one hopes they gleaned insight from this, they learned from this and they really come to an understanding of how they need to exercise their democratic right to shape the future they want for this country.”He suggested that for young South Africans to become more involved, organisers of discussions such as the breakfast forum should ensure there was a panellist representing the youth.last_img read more

Are Aggregation Services Security Risks?

first_imgDo you like social aggregation and tracking services like FriendFeed, Google Buzz and Cliqset? If so, there’s another startup launching today that wants your attention: Strings. This service is focused less on social content sites like flickr and YouTube (although supported) and more on traditional online activity like clothing purchases from JCrew or Saks, groceries from Amazon Fresh, beauty products from Sephora and a slew of other purchases from web-based shopping sites. But before you rush to sign up with yet another activity aggregation service, it may be time to pause and think. Do the benefits of seeing your friends’ purchases on sites like Strings and the online shopping tracker Blippy outweigh the risks of handing over login credentials to these third parties? Social Tracking and Beyond There are more than a few services out there today that allow you to share your activity with the world at large. FriendFeed and Google’s new Buzz service, for example, are popular playgrounds for social sharing. Their aggregation capabilities offer combined activity streams from sites like Twitter, YouTube, flickr, Google Reader and much more. These social activity trackers aren’t too risky except for the fact that they make you more of a public persona than you may have intended – something not everyone is comfortable with as was apparent by the recent Google Buzz privacy backlash. However, some tracking services go beyond simple social activity aggregation. One of the more puzzling launches of late is Blippy, a service that tracks your “favorite purchases” made with any credit card used at a selection of online stores. Similarly, the web activity tracker Glue lets you share the results of your day’s web surfing when visiting both social and non-social sites including Wikipedia, Amazon, NewEgg, eBay, BestBuy, Zagat and dozens of others. The concept for the newly launched Strings fits it in nicely with the others of this genre. At this time, the service tracks 25 web sites from the more social Hulu and YouTube to more traditional sites like Nordstrom and Tiger Direct. And like its competitors, you can follow others on the service to see what they’ve been doing, where they’ve been shopping and what they’ve bought. Strings: Let’s See Where You Shop Unfortunately, in Strings’ case, the execution is somewhat lacking. The design leaves a lot to be desired with small, light-colored text and a slightly confusing flow. Should I add trackers first? Do I need the Firefox extension? Is the desktop app a necessary component? All these options are thrown at you on the front page with little explanation as to why they’re needed. More importantly, for every site you add, you’re asked to provide your username and password. Obviously, for online shops like JCrew, this makes some sense – there isn’t exactly a public stream of your purchases there. However, for social apps like YouTube and flickr, there’s simply no need to request a password. Your account activity can be imported into your stream simply by providing your username. That’s how FriendFeed and Buzz do it and that’s how Strings should too. In fact, tracking services should make every attempt not to request your credentials unless absolutely necessary. Every time you provide this information to a third-party service, you’re taking a risk. If their servers were compromised and their database of account information was accessed, the attackers would have your login information to a number of online sites – sites where you’ve often stored credit card information, phone numbers and addresses, too. But is this risk acceptable? , you may ask. Is Aggregating Your Credentials Too Risky? Before we pick on Strings alone, though, it’s worth noting that their request for your online shopping sites’ login isn’t unique to them. Blippy, too, requests your login credentials for the sites you want to add to their service. They also want your credit card information so they can track other purchases. Now, one can argue that the fear of sharing your credit card info online is unfounded. After all, if you do any online shopping, then you’ve already shared this info with a number of companies, some of whom may operate servers with far less security than Bippy’s. That’s definitely a valid argument. But there is something to be said for the increased risk due to the aggregation of your online accounts. While you may only store one or two credit cards at, Blippy lets you track all your cards. If their infrastructure was compromised not only would the potential hacker gain access to this information, they would also have your username and password to quite a few online web sites too. And if you’re like 99% of the world, that’s probably the same username and password you use elsewhere…like on your webmail account, your computer sign-on and maybe even your bank account or corporate VPN, assuming the password is complex enough to meet their security requirements. Also, the risk in using these services doesn’t necessarily have to come from an outside malicious attack – the services themselves may not have your best interests at heart either. Take for example, this text from Blippy’s Privacy Policy:Blippy may sell, transfer or otherwise share some or all of its assets, including your personally identifiable information, in connection with a merger, acquisition, reorganization or sale of assets or in the event of bankruptcy. You will have the opportunity to opt out of any such transfer if the new entity’s planned processing of your information differs materially from that set forth in this Privacy Policy.Most people would prefer their personally identifiable information to remain private. But if Blippy crashes and burns, it’s up for sale unless you take action to opt-out. Strings’ privacy policy is different than Blippy’s, but not much better. In their case, your personal information may be collected so you can be marketed to from other parties:…we may invite you to participate in surveys, questionnaires or contests, contact us with questions or comments or request information, provide us with feedback, participate in chat or message boards, or complete a profile or registration form. Due to the nature of these Services, we may collect personally identifiable information such as your name, address, email address, phone number, age or date of birth, gender, and other contact information that you voluntarily transmit with your communication to us…And they may use that information to contact you about:software and/or Services that you may wish to contact and for targeted advertising.Do the Benefits Outweigh the Risks?For some people though, this new openness is the future of online sharing. By allowing others to peer into our lives this deeply, we’re becoming, as a society and a culture, more transparent. And that’s a good thing. Notes pro-openness blogger Louis Gray, “instead of keeping all my data internal to me, it opens it to the world for discussion.” He also notes Wall Street Journal’s review on Blippy which concludes that the biggest risk for people in using Blippy is that “their purchases are totally mundane and you’re really super boring.” We would argue there are a few more risks than “boringness” to be considered here, but for some, those risks may be worth it. So whether you believe than aggregation sites are hacker goldmines, marketers’ dreams or simply new stores of data that will enhance our understanding of the web and its users, they services are likely to stick around for a little while. The only question now is: will you be using them? Update: After this article was published, Strings updated their privacy policy. 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Samsung granted permission to test self-driving cars in California

first_imgSamsung is the latest technology company to receive a permit to test self-driving cars in California, but does not plan on launching its own automotive anytime soon.The South Korean electronics giant will instead work on ‘control systems’ for self-driving vehicles. It has already conducted tests in its home country with Hyundai cars.See Also: Samsung challenges Google with Connect Home Wi-Fi meshSamsung has a major investment in Renault which could be used as a partner in the self-driving development, although it has not publically tested its technology in a Renault vehicle.The company acquired vehicle audio firm Harman for $8 billion last year, seen as a power move to enter the in-car entertainment and self-driving market.Even though Samsung has not made as large a footprint in the self-driving market as Google, Baidu, and Uber, it has the funds and talent available to make it a prominent player.That said, the Galaxy S8 maker may find it difficult to attract partners when rivals are showing millions of autonomous miles driven or advanced artificial intelligence, two things Samsung hasn’t shown.Samsung’s largest rival in the mobile industry, Apple, has also kept its self-driving developments quiet. It was only a few months ago that the iPhone maker received a permit in California, and has only just started testing three Lexus cars on public roads.Apple is reportedly planning to launch a shuttle service for employees, going from Palo Alto to the Infinite Loop headquarters. Samsung has not said if it will launch a similar service, or what cars it intends to test in California. IT Trends of the Future That Are Worth Paying A… Tags:#Apple#Autonomous#California#connected car#driverless#Harman#Internet of Things#IoT#Samsung#Self-Driving#taxi For Self-Driving Systems, Infrastructure and In… Related Posts center_img 5 Ways IoT can Help to Reduce Automatic Vehicle… Break the Mold with Real-World Logistics AI and… David Currylast_img read more