first_imgWhatsApp Linkedin Limerick are the Allianz National Hurling League Champions!Watch the GAANOW Full-Time Highlights here— The GAA (@officialgaa) March 31, 2019 Email Advertisement Pure class by Aaron Gillane to find the net for @LimerickCLG— The GAA (@officialgaa) March 31, 2019 Declan Hannon with an inspirational point for @LimerickCLG— The GAA (@officialgaa) March 31, 2019Shane Dowling and Seamus Flanagan also made impressive cameos from the bench as Limerick cruised to an eight point victory.Scorers – Limerick: Aaron Gillane 1-9 (4f), Gearoid Hegarty and Peter Casey 0-3 each, Cian Lynch and Shane Dowling (1f) 0-2 each, Darragh O’Donovan (1 s/l), Tom Morrissey, Graeme Mulcahy, Declan Hannon and Seamus Flanagan 0-1 each.Limerick: NickieQuaid; Tom Condon, Sean Finn, Richie English; Diarmaid Byrnes, Declan Hannon,Dan Morrissey; Cian Lynch, Darragh O’Donovan; Gearoid Hegarty, Kyle Hayes, TomMorrissey; Aaron Gillane, Peter Casey, Graeme Mulcahy.Subs: Mike Casey for Condon (h-t), Seamus Flanagan for Mulcahy (57), Barry Murphy for Gillane (64), Shane Dowling for T Morrissey (64), Paddy O’Loughlin for Hannon (69). Limerick are the Allianz National Hurling League Champions of 2019!— The GAA (@officialgaa) March 31, 2019 Limerick’s dominance continued in the second half with Casey, Gillane and Declan Hannon all on target in the early stages. Twitter Declan Hannon of Limerick lifting the cup following the Allianz Hurling League Division 1 Final match between Limerick and Waterford at Croke Park in Dublin. Photo by Stephen McCarthy/SportsfileLimerick are Allianz Hurling League Division 1 champions for the first time in 22 years after a comprehensive 1-24 to 0-19 win over Waterford at Croke Park.Aaron Gillane top scored for John Kiely’s men with a scoring total of 1-9, five of which came from play.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Limerick led by five points at the end of a pulsating first half and continued to dominate proceedings after the break with Peter Casey, Gillane and Gearoid Hegarty proving too much for the Waterford defence to handle. Facebook Print Stephen Bennett was Waterford’s scorer in chief and proved a big danger in the opening 35 minutes, but was well marshalled by Sean Finn in the second half.Limerick made a fast start to the game with Gillane helping his side into a 0-7 to 0-2 lead after just 13 minutes.Bennett helped Waterford reduced that lead to two points by the 20 minute mark, but Gillane’s sensational flick from a Tom Morrissey delivery saw Limerick go in 1-12 to 0-10 ahead at the break. The post WATCH: Limerick cruise to Allianz Hurling League Final win over Waterford appeared first on Sporting Limerick. NewsWATCH: Limerick cruise to Allianz Hurling League Final win over WaterfordBy John Keogh – March 31, 2019 1228 Previous articleLimerick consultant appeals for more organ donorsNext articleGoal set for 10,000 Darkness Into Light participants in Limerick City for 2019 John Keoghlast_img read more

first_imgAdvertisement Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostRape Crisis Centre WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Twitter WhatsApp Print Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Emailcenter_img Previous articleFinal call for Ireland’s best astronomy photographs from LimerickNext articleLimerick social entrepreneurs invited to apply for funding and support from Social Entrepreneurs Ireland Staff Reporter Photo by Volkan Olmez on Unsplash Trigger Warning.RAPE Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI) has launched a new national survey aimed at survivors of sexual violence and those who are supporting survivors throughout the country, including Limerick and the Midwest.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Rape Crisis Midwest, based in Limerick City, is a network member service of the RCNI.The survey focuses on survivors’ experiences of counselling and psychotherapy in a world that has been changed utterly by the pandemic. It will be live until April 12th.  So far, nearly 300 survivors across the country have completed it. The survey can be accessed on forms a critical part of RCNI’s new comprehensive programme of work called Counselling Survivors in an On & Offline World aimed at ensuring that there is standardised and specialist counselling for survivors of sexual violence and harassment fit for a post-pandemic world in Ireland. RCNI believes that remote trauma counselling is here to stay as part of a new hybrid model of on and off-line clinical support for survivors.The survey comes at a poignant moment in time also with the focus on the safety of women and girls following the murder of Sarah Everard in London.“The survivors’ survey we are launching this week is central to our understanding of how counselling is working, or not working, for them, particularly over this past tumultuous year,” said Dr Michelle Walshe, who is the RCNI Clinical Programme Lead on the global leading project.“We are asking survivors and people who are supporting them to fill out our easy to use survey. It will take less than 10 minutes, yet those 10 minutes will feed into the development of training that can ensure that counselling in this country is completely fit for purpose for the new hybrid world we are entering into,” she continued“It also means that survivors will have real choice in how they want to receive counselling in the future. As our survey to date has shown, there are huge advantages to on-line counselling, but there are things we have to address and know more about to be certain that it is working.”The survivors’ survey follows a major survey of over 750 counsellors and psychotherapists throughout Ireland, and with the collaboration of all the main organisations providing counselling and training.It found that 79% of respondents said that it was important to have specialism in sexual violence. However, less than half said that their knowledge of misogyny and gender roles was good, indicating a gap between understanding of root causes of sexual violence and the desire for specialism and standardisation in training.The programme emerged from the experience of the initial Covid-19 lockdown a year ago when Rape Crisis Centres like the one in Limerick had to be evacuated and when trauma counselling services had to move on-line, almost overnight.The initiative is supported by Rethink Ireland, through the Innovate Together Fund, a collaboration between Rethink Ireland the Department of Rural and Community Development. The Fund supports charities’ innovative responses to the Covid-19 crisis that will provide lasting change.The survey is available here. LimerickNewsSurvey to hear from sexual violence survivors across Limerick and the MidwestBy Staff Reporter – March 25, 2021 75 Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Facebook Linkedin Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limericklast_img read more

first_imgNews UpdatesProf. (Dr.) Anupama Goel Appointed As New Registrar Of NLU-Delhi LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK11 Jan 2021 4:41 AMShare This – xThe National Law University, Delhi has appointed Prof. (Dr.) Anupama Goel, Professor of Law, as the new Registrar of the University. In a notification issued by the Deputy Registrar on Monday, it is intimated that the University’s Vice-Chancellor has relieved Prof. (Dr.) GS Bajpai from the additional duties of the Registrar with immediate effect. The VC has entrusted the duties of…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe National Law University, Delhi has appointed Prof. (Dr.) Anupama Goel, Professor of Law, as the new Registrar of the University. In a notification issued by the Deputy Registrar on Monday, it is intimated that the University’s Vice-Chancellor has relieved Prof. (Dr.) GS Bajpai from the additional duties of the Registrar with immediate effect. The VC has entrusted the duties of the Registrar to Prof. (Dr.) Anupama Goel, in addition to her present duties with effect from 11th January, 2021, till further orders. “In exercise of powers under statute 6(3) of the National Law University Delhi, I am pleased to entrust the duties of the Registrar with Prof. Anupama Goel, Professor of Law, in addition to her present duties with effect from 11 January 2021 till further orders. During the period of holding the charge of the post of Registrar, the administrative, financial and statutory powers delegated to the Registrar, shall be exercised by her,” stated an order issued by the VC. Dr. Anupama Goel joined NLU Delhi in August 2012 as Associate Professor (Law), and has taught Constitutional Law and International Law to undergraduate students, and Comparative Public Law to postgraduate students. She has been a member of Academic Council and Executive Council at the National Law University for the year 2013-2014. She is currently a member of the Postgraduate Council. Prior to this, Dr. Goel taught at the Department of Laws, Panjab University, Chandigarh. She was conferred her Doctorate of Philosophy by the Panjab University, Chandigarh in 2003, for her thesis titled “Social Justice and its Implementation with Special Reference to the State of Punjab”. Click Here To Download Notification Read NotificationSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. Anationwide programme to improve knowledge and skills in the workplace byattracting 50,000 adults into further education is being introduced by the newLearning and Skills Council.TheLSC, launched last week by Education and Employment Secretary David Blunkett,is to introduce bite-size courses aimed at attracting more than 1,000 new adultlearners in each of its 47 local offices throughout England.Fundedby the LSC’s £5.5 billion first-year budget, these will range from using acomputer, surfing the Internet to basic numeracy, literacy and communication.Butthe new body, which replaces the Tec system, is already under fire fromengineering specialists. NickMorrissey, chief executive of the Southampton-based engineering training bodySeta, is concerned because his organisation’s budget for the coming year istied to its 1999 performance. He explained in Training magazine, “I’ve improvedthe quality of delivery – we’ve taken on more staff to do that. As a result thedelivery of NVQs has increased by about 43 per cent. But now I can’t afford toresource it.”BryanSanderson, chairman of the LSC, commented, “The challenge is enormous. Nearlysix million adults have no qualifications of any kind and nearly one-third ofBritish workers have no formal training opportunities offered to them by theircurrent Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article LSC launch leads to worries over fundingOn 3 Apr 2001 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more

first_imgAn Oxford University neuroscientist has written an article in The Daily Mail expressing her concerns for human identity in the 21st Century. Greenfield believes the apparent crisis of identity caused by modern living could affect the way that humans interact, behave and what we achieve. According to Susan Greenfield’s research mobile phones, video games and mood-altering drugs, which create sensory barriers between the human psyche and real life, are already seriously affecting the way our brains function.last_img

first_imgThe Ministry of Defence (MOD) seeks to use cutting-edge data science techniques to develop novel approaches to sort, manage, store, fuse and exploit the vast range of data available now and in the future.Such capabilities will help improve understanding and situational awareness from all available and pertinent information, improving decision makers’ understanding, and thus improving their ability to make better decisions. We (Dstl) wish to gauge the current state of the art and capability across industry and academia to inform our project planning.We are interested in capabilities that can be applied across defence and security. We also want to understand potential crossovers from other areas that have similar technical challenges (e.g. the legal, health and finance sectors).Therefore, we are seeking information on the experience, capabilities, products, facilities and resources that industry and academia have in the following areas: Hypothesis generation and evaluation: Approaches for generating, describing and evaluating hypotheses in support of decision making – in particular, methods that could improve the currently manual and human-led approach and improve corporate memory. Information science (including information theory): The ability to understand the nature of information; its inherent value; the extent to which questions can be tackled with the data available; and appropriate data reduction techniques to reduce the burden on users. The management of uncertainty: Support decision makers by exploiting multiple data feeds with methods for tracking and visualising uncertainty. Predictive analysis: From rudimentary forms of prediction, such as temporal pattern mining, to predictive analytics, which includes identifying and selecting optimum courses of action for a given future scenario. Interest extends from operational and intelligence functions (e.g. inference of intent and campaign planning outcomes) to wider business needs (e.g. complex scenarios and/or predicting maintenance schedules in support of logistics).center_img Your response should detail the nature of the technologies where you have expertise, as well as the current technology readiness level (TRL) and the maturity these might be expected to reach within a two-year timeframe with realistic funding levels.This is a request for information to support research activity only, and it is not the start of any formal procurement process. Dstl is looking to assess and understand the scope of the markets capability to formulate its plan for the multi-year research project. Submissions should not contain proprietary or commercially sensitive information.We may choose to follow up submissions with a ‘without commitment’ discussion to further understand and explore the information submitted.Please respond to this request for information no later than six weeks from its release date by emailing: [email protected] you are would like to receive further information in the future, please let us know; any project-level communications will augment the standard open advertising of research opportunities. People data analytics: Predictive workforce planning, specifically focussing on analysing personnel records and methods, and the wider ethical risks and issues in exploiting data analytics for workforce planning and management (note, that this is not the only applied example we have interest in and information on other applications is welcome). Fusion and understanding of information: The fusion of multiple sources of data and information, in order to represent the same real-world objects in a consistent, accurate and useful manner, and to reduce uncertainty. This includes (but is not limited to): aspects of association and correlation; information normalisation; entity disambiguation; summarisation; and supporting the identification and inference of new knowledge.last_img read more

first_imgLast night, The Claypool Lennon Delirium made their live show debut at The Beacham in Orlando, FL. “I’m just excited about the bus,” said a cartoon version of guitarist Sean Lennon in a drawing on the setlist. The unlikely duo, comprised of the Beatles offspring and Primus bassist Les Claypool, have proved their psychedelic synchronicity in the release of their first record Monolith of Phobos, which came out a few days ago on Friday, June 3rd (read our review here).Now, in their first ever live performance, which included ten of their twelve new songs, and some interesting, yet perhaps expected bust-out covers, proves even further how perfectly original these two are together. “I’m predicting that this show is going to be the greatest show of the entire tour,” Claypool explains toward the beginning of their dark room musical throwdown. Sprinkled throughout the set of Phobos were “Up On the Roof” by Colonel Les Claypool’s extinct Fearless Flying Frog Brigade, “Astronomy Domine” by Pink Floyd, “Tomorrow Never Knows” by The Beatles, and an encore of “Southbound Pachyderm” by Primus. The definitively psychedelic choices blended perfectly with the duo’s musicianship, as their collaborations are drenched in references about drug use and alternative mentalities.Interestingly enough, the two hit it off when Lennon’s band, Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger, opened for Primus on a number of tour dates last year and he sat in on “Southdown Pachyderm.” “I realized that this fella had some chops,” explained Claypool in a statement. “Primus was about to take some time off and I was gearing up a new project so I asked Sean if he’d like to come to Rancho Relaxo and see if we couldn’t get some interesting sounds on tape. Next thing I know he’s staying in my guesthouse over the holidays and we’re drinking vino, hunting mushrooms and throwing musical pasta at the walls.”Catch The Claypool Lennon Delirium on their debut summer tour while you can! Enjoy these fan-shot videos from their first-ever live performance from last night below:Highlight Clips from The Sober GoatTomorrow Never Knows (The Beatles) from Eric StephensonThe Claypool Lennon Delirium @ The Beacham, Orlando, FL 6/4/2016 Setlist:last_img read more

first_imgA new study led by Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) researchers shows bicycle riders have fewer injuries when they ride on cycle tracks — physically separated bicycle-exclusive paths along roads — than in the road. The study, published online Feb. 9, 2011 in Injury Prevention, compares injury rates of cyclists on cycle tracks in Montreal with bike injuries on streets in that city. Cycle tracks are popular in Montreal and the Netherlands, but not in the U.S.“Bicycling is the best activity for health because it is routine and of high enough intensity, but we need safer and more comfortable bicycle routes. Our research in Montreal suggests that cycle tracks have 28 percent lower risk and 2.5 times more bicyclists compared to a road, yet the design guidelines in the U.S. discourage cycle tracks and favor bicycling in the road,” said lead author Anne Lusk, research associate in the Department of Nutrition at HSPH.Researchers at the Université de Montréal, McGill University, Northeastern University and Brigham and Women’s Hospital collaborated on the study. Jack Dennerlein, senior lecturer on ergonomics and safety at HSPH, was senior author.last_img read more

first_imgGeorgia’s recent drought led University of Georgia Cooperative Extension irrigation specialist Wes Porter to caution farmers about planting cover crops this winter.Porter said the decision to plant cover crops depends on the grower’s individual situation.“Growers who want to plant a cover crop to protect from erosion and other elements, as well as to keep some nutrients in the soil, should probably go ahead and do it,” Porter said. “It’s a risk because we don’t know when it will rain, and it could potentially be a waste of money.”Although south Georgia received its first significant rain in more than two months the past two weeks, soil is still dry in some fields. For cover crops to be effective, they’ll need moisture. Porter believes irrigation could also be useful, although many ponds that are used for irrigation are very low.“Growers may want to run a pivot over the top of their cover crops to get them emerged and growing,” Porter said. “Light irrigation to help get the cover crop established so it can do its job might be recommended this year because of the drought. I have heard many producers saying that they have planted a cover crop that still hasn’t emerged due to the lack of rainfall and soil moisture.”Farmers normally plant cover crops in the winter to trap moisture in the soil from winter rain. Cover crops also protect against soil erosion, keep weeds from growing and restore nutrients in the ground.“Typical cover crops are rye, wheat or any grass or vegetative cover that sits on the field over the winter,” Porter said. “It’s usually burned down or removed before planting in the spring. In some instances, farmers will roll the cover crop down and plant directly into it with a strip-till rig.”While growers don’t put a lot of resources into cultivating cover crops, they will sometimes apply a little fertilizer to get the crops started.There is no real alternative to cover cropping that accomplishes the same job, according to Porter. Porter said that putting some resources into cover cropping may be beneficial in the long term, but growers should know where to draw the line.“I definitely would not put the same resources into a cover crop as I would my typical row crops that I’m trying to produce,” Porter said.last_img read more

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Sponsored Content Brought To You By NY Auto GiantThe new 2015 Volkswagen Golf proves that a car can be both functional and unique. With minor changes made to the exterior, people will be sure to instantly spot this German-engineered masterpiece. With an impressive fuel economy of 25/37 mpg and notable amount of storage space, the 2015 Golf is the perfect hatchback to take on a fun, summer road trip. Not only will you get far, but you’ll be able to fit up to five passengers and your belongings comfortably.Though there have been only slight alterations made to the Golf’s exterior, that doesn’t mean there haven’t been any improvements. For instance, its height has been lowered and its track has been widened. Plus, this new models weighs less than the 2014 model by 80 pounds! There are several different exterior colors to choose from, including Tornado Red, Silk Metallic Blue, Platinum Gray Metallic, Black and Tungsten Silver Metallic. NY Auto Giant can put you behind the wheel of the all-new 2015 Volkswagen Golf today!The Golf possesses strength beneath the hood, too, touting 150 to 170 horsepower. Consumers also have several options regarding the engine: The 1.8T, which is available in both two-door and four-door models, and the 2.0TDI Clean Diesel, which is available in the four-door model. Car and Driver is enthusiastic about the TSI model’s manual transmission, declaring: “The manual TSI is 0.9-second quicker to 60 mph than the TSI automatic, a full second quicker than the dual-clutch-auto TDI diesel, and 1.5-seconds quicker than the manual diesel.”Standard features include an LED lightning, touchscreen sound system, multi-functional steering wheel and Bluetooth connectivity. The Golf SEL boasts front comfort sport seats and the Golf S can be purchased equipped with a sunroof. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a sunroof for the upcoming, beautiful, summer days?Of course it would!Click Here To Learn More About NY Auto GiantOther cool features include a Fender Audio System and six-speed automatic transmission. Kelley Blue Book also talks about the “driver assistance package—available throughout the Golf line—features forward-collision warning, and front and rear park-distance control.”With prices starting as low as $17,995, Car and Driver calls the Golf “phenomenal” and “a pleasure to drive.”To get into your Volkswagen Golf today, stop by Atlantic Volkswagen and ask for Romain Perkins.last_img read more