Deputy McHugh to meet agriculture minister over Donegal’s fodder crisis

first_img Facebook WhatsApp News Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th By News Highland – May 22, 2013 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Joe McHugh TDDonegal North East Deputy, Joe McHugh is to meet with the Minister for Agriculture this morning over the fodder crisis in the county.Farmers in Donegal are struggling to deal with the impact of the weather, particularly after the torrential rain over the weekend.This was highlighted by the Chairman of the Donegal IFA earlier this week.PJ McMonagle has called for Minister Simon Coveney to visit Donegal so he can see how bad the situation is for himself.Deputy Joe McHugh says a plan is needed now to deal with the situation:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/joeb.mp3[/podcast] WhatsApp 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Deputy McHugh to meet agriculture minister over Donegal’s fodder crisis Google+ Pinterestcenter_img Facebook Twitter Previous articleCalls for the tourism and leisure potential of River Swilly to be exploredNext articleCouncillor says there are no plans to introduce parking charges in Killybegs News Highland Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Pinterest Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry last_img read more

How Many Police Stations In The State Aren’t Having Toilets For Women? : Allahabad High Court Asks Uttar Pradesh Govt.

first_imgNews UpdatesHow Many Police Stations In The State Aren’t Having Toilets For Women? : Allahabad High Court Asks Uttar Pradesh Govt. Sparsh Upadhyay4 Feb 2021 7:21 AMShare This – xA plea has been filed before the Allahabad High Court by the students of various Law Colleges, seeking direction to the Uttar Pradesh Government to ensure the construction of ladies’ toilets in the Police Stations where it is not constructed. The plea has also sought direction that the State Government such ensure that such toilets have all the necessary facilities like toiletries…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?LoginA plea has been filed before the Allahabad High Court by the students of various Law Colleges, seeking direction to the Uttar Pradesh Government to ensure the construction of ladies’ toilets in the Police Stations where it is not constructed. The plea has also sought direction that the State Government such ensure that such toilets have all the necessary facilities like toiletries running water, electricity, fan, doorknob with keeping in view the privacy and dignity of women. While hearing the matter on Wednesday (03rd February), the Bench of Justice Jayant Banerji and Justice Sanjay Yadav directed the Standing Counsel appearing for the State Government to seek instructions and also place status report as to how many Police Stations in the State are not having toilets for women. Prayers of the Plea Direction to the respondents to complete the semi constructed/damaged/incomplete toilets in the Police Stations of Allahabad City.After building such toilets, they should provide basic facilities like toiletries, running water, electricity, doorknob with keeping in mind the privacy and dignity of women. Direction to the respondents no.5, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) to constitute a monitoring committee headed by a women police officer and consisting of Police Inspector, SI, Constable for the inspection of the toilets in the police stations in the Allahabad city and place its report before the SSP Allahabad periodically under the monitoring of the High Court. Direction to the the Respondent no.1 and 2 State of Uttar Pradesh Through Principal Secretary (Home) Lucknow and Director General of Police (DGP), Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh to make sufficient budgetary allocation for the construction and maintenance of washrooms and toilets in the police stations. The matter has been directed to be listed as fresh in the week commencing 15th February 2021. It may be noted that as per a report titled ‘Status of Policing in India Report 2019’, 20 per cent policewomen complained of lack of women toilets in police stations (the survey had covered close to 12,000 police personnel across 21 States.). As per this report (which was released in December 2019), the State of Uttar Pradesh ranked fourth in terms of lack or bad condition of women toilets.  Case title – Anjali Pandey And 12 Others Respondent :- State Of U.P. And 5 Others [Public Interest Litigation (PIL) No. – 228 of 2021] Click Here To Download OrderRead OrderNext Storylast_img read more

Police search for missing Martin County girl

first_imgMartin County police are looking for a missing 16-year-old girl.Raven Goodson was last seen Tuesday at her home on Sandshoal Way, then about an hour later at the Cumberland Farms off Savannah Road in Jensen Beach, according to the Martin County Sheriff’s Office.Police say she had her grandmother’s white 2014 Ford Focus in her possession.Additionally, police say that Goodson has left her home without permission in the past.Raven is 5’1″ with long, dark brown hair, blue eyes and weighs about 100 pounds, the sheriff’s office said.She sometimes goes by the alias Raven Seehof.“Anyone with information is asked to call the Martin County Sheriff’s Office at 772-220-7170.”last_img

New governance guide will help clubs grow and thrive

first_img England Golf has today issued a new governance guide for clubs in the ongoing drive to modernise and grow the game.Key stakeholders across the sport recognise the value of improving the organisation and structures of clubs in order to maximise their potential for profitability and growth.England Golf is committed to inspiring good governance within the game and has joined forces with The British and International Golf Greenkeepers’ Association (BIGGA), The Golf Club Managers’ Association (GCMA), The Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA), The R&A, Scottish Golf and Wales Golf to provide this invaluable resource for all clubs to consider.By co-ordinating a unified approach to good governance and setting this out in an easy-to-read format in the second edition of the guide, clubs the length and breadth of the country will now benefit from a strong template which can either be adopted or adapted to meet needs of individual organisations.The document provides tools, activities, discussion points and best practice ideas for clubs to take on board.It will also provide clear signposting for clubs in order that they may face the future with confidence. Clubs can find pointers on how best to tackle the challenges of an evolving membership structure, constantly-changing legal requirements and all-important safeguarding procedures.A well-run club is a thriving club and the ‘9-holes of Excellent Governance’ feature of the new guide will help clubs to improve sustainability both financially and administratively.In an ever-changing marketplace, clubs can learn to manage resources, effectively recruit for staff and committee positions and meet the needs of members and golf consumers by following the good governance blueprint.Clubs – no matter how large or small their membership, how modern or traditional their facilities – can learn how to set their own standards of excellence to drive improvement and, at the same time, develop the culture of the organisation.The varied case studies from England, Scotland and Wales also provide real-time reference points to demonstrate the practical benefits of adopting good practice at all levels of club management.Richard Flint, England Golf’s Executive Director, said: “Encouraging and ensuring excellent governance has always been a key focus of England Golf.“This is part of a wider strategy to inspire more people to get into golf and enjoy the many sporting and health benefits associated with our sport.“In addition to the resources within this updated governance guide, our delivery team can assist clubs by providing tailored support to meet club needs and help grow their business.”The R&A’s backing for the governance guide underlines their ongoing commitment to the modernisation of golf.“We all have a role to play in growing golf and if we are to achieve that goal then we have to modernise and make the sport more appealing, accessible and inclusive,” commented Duncan Weir, Executive Director – Golf Development and Amateur Championships.“Good governance in the running of clubs is a key element of ensuring that golf is attractive both to existing members and potential new members.“This guide is designed to promote best practice in governance and act as a reference resource for clubs to help them continue to improve and develop their management processes.”As part of a strategic plan to grow the game as well as raise levels of accountability and transparency, England Golf – as a long-term signatory to the Code of Sports Governance – is committed to provide support and back-up for all affiliated clubs looking to develop their business.Downloadable PDF formats of the guide are freely available along with templates and other resources to help clubs make changes and improve their practices. These can be found on the governance section of the website – click here Clubs can also gain access to video footage from one of England Golf and the GCMA’s informative workshops as well as a series of FAQs on the issue of good governance.Additionally, on the ground assistance – as a supplement to existing legal and accountancy support – can be provided by England Golf’s delivery team.For support please contact your England Golf Partnership Manager – for details click here 28 Oct 2019 New governance guide will help clubs grow and thrive last_img read more

Watch: Hardik Pandya apologises to brother Krunal after almost knocking his head off in…

first_imgAdvertisement l5NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs6o157Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E4gq( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) ihrpWould you ever consider trying this?😱8e7Can your students do this? 🌚jy4eRoller skating! Powered by Firework The Pandya brothers have been selected in the squad for the three-match T20I series against South Africa which starts on 15 September at Dharamshala. And the duo appears to be working very hard to deliver their best. In a video shared by Hardik, the brothers are seen to be enjoying their practice session until Hardik smashed the ball so hard that Krunal narrowly escaped from being hit on his head.Advertisement On Wednesday, Hardik posted a video on Twitter from the practice session in which he can be seen smashing his spinner brother all around the park. During one such instance Hardik tried to dispatch the ball straight down the ground, and Krunal, the bowler had to quickly move away from in order to save himself from the hit.Advertisement “Pandya vs Pandya in training I think I won that round big bro @krunalpandya24 P.S: Sorry for almost knocking your head off,” Hardik wrote.Krunal in response, tried to troll his younger brother as Hardik wasn’t able to manage one of his ball in another video.“Hahaha it’s all cool bro but why didn’t you upload this video?” Krunal tweeted. The younger Pandya has been brought in place of Bhuvneshwar Kumar for the upcoming series against The Proteas after being rested for the recently concluded West Indies tour. Advertisementlast_img read more

Arsenal full back Kieran Tierney with a touching gesture to teen who had his…

first_imgAdvertisement bhgaNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs9xrkWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E2ngae( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 295Would you ever consider trying this?😱5mj8jjCan your students do this? 🌚lm8aRoller skating! Powered by Firework Kieran Tierney, the latest Arsenal signing from Celtic is already winning hearts in North London after his touching gesture for a young Arsenal fan who was attacked by bullies for wearing an Arsenal home kit.Advertisement The wingback sent the young fan Jack Staniard, a kit with his name and number on the back with a heart-touching note.Advertisement Tierney’s note read: “Dear Jack, I understand that you have been through a tough time recently and experienced things most people don’t.“That must have been very upsetting for you and on behalf of everyone at Arsenal Football Club I send you our very best wishes.Advertisement “It’s sad to hear that you’ve been through what you have, and I can’t even begin to imagine the pain and suffering you have endured.“I hope you make a full recovery physically and mentally and please keep me updated on your progress.”He added: “I heard you’re a big Arsenal fan which we truly appreciate and thank you for your support.”The schoolboy said: “I think Kieran is amazing – I had no idea until my mum sent me a picture of him with the top.“I didn’t believe her at first and then it later arrived with the letter.“I’d like to thank him very much for what he did for me. I’m a fan of both Arsenal and Tierney.“I’ve known who he is since he started playing for Celtic. I know where he’s from and some of my mates have met him and said he’s a really nice guy.”The attack is not disclosed and is unclear as it is an ongoing case. Local police have arrested a 15 year old responsible for the bullying of Jack.Kieran Tierney is Scotland’s most expensive player of all time but his gestures have been priceless. Advertisementlast_img read more