LIME and Flow on track with athletesOn August 4, the combined business of LIME & Flow announced a major investment in Jamaica’s track and field, a partnership that will see us, as Jamaica’s premier quad play telecommunications provider, on the starting line with the world-class Team Jamaica athletics programme for the next two years.We are honoured to be able give support to a team that continues to make Jamaica proud, both on and off the field of competition. Jamaica’s team of 53 athletes and 19 officials to the IAAF World Championships in Beijing, China, carry the hopes and dreams of our proud nation. Their efforts will undoubtedly galvanise Jamaicans both locally and in the Diaspora, as they continue to display the spirit of our beautiful island Jamaica.It is that indomitable Jamaican spirit that we celebrate. We celebrate passion, optimism and determination displayed not only in athletics, but through every positive aspect of our society today.As the exclusive telecoms partners, to the JAAA and Team Jamaica, for both the senior and junior national track and field teams, we are doing our part to ensure that Jamaicans have a reason to feel proud. We will celebrate with our athletes each and every time they step out on the track.To all track and field fans, let’s rally around our athletes and support them. Cheer them on and help them bring glory to our communities and to the nation!
Donegal Vocational Education Committee is to set up a specialist panel to deal with bullying in its schools.The late Erin and Shannon GallagherIt comes six months after the tragic deaths of Ballybofey schoolgirls Erin and Shannon Gallagher.Erin, 13, a pupil at Finn Valley College in Stranorlar, was found dead last October amid claims she was subjected to sustained online abuse and bullying. Her sister Shannon, 15, also took her own life just weeks later.Donegal VEC is now planning to establish a board of individuals who will investigate complaints of harassment and bullying within the facility.The group will first look at the current complaints procedures in relation to bullying and harassment and how they can b improved.It comes as Erin and Shannon’s mum Lorraine revealed plans to sue Donegal VEC for negligence and breach of duty. Donegal Daily revealed last last December how Ms Gallagher, 37, instructed her solicitor to send a letter to Donegal VEC. The letter from Gallagher and Brennan Solicitors last year to the organisation refers to Erin.“From our instructions it is quite clear that Erin Gallagher, deceased, was subjected on a weekly basis, to a persistent, prolonged, aggressive campaign of both mental and physical torture, bullying, abuse, harassment, assaults and intimidation and was afforded little, if any, protection by you, your servants and/or servants.”The solicitor outlines that the impact of this coupled with the “physical, emotional and psychological abuse” has resulted in devastating consequences for Lorraine and her family.Solicitor Patsy Gallagher said his client also intends to take similar proceedings against the HSE in the future.The Ballybofey mother said that she has no doubt Erin’s suicide directly led to her older sister Shannon’s death. She believes her daughter should have been on suicide watch.CEO of Donegal VEC Shaun Purcell confirmed that he received contact from Lorraine’s legal team, which has been passed on to their legal representatives.However, he said they could not discuss legal matters at this time.DONEGAL VEC TO SET UP BULLYING BODY IN WAKE OF ERIN AND SHANNON’S DEATHS was last modified: June 2nd, 2013 by StephenShare 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:Donegal VECErin GallagherPatsy Gallaghershannon gallagher