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Press will not be banned from Strabane Council Committee meetings

Press will not be banned from Strabane Council Committee meetings

first_img WhatsApp Pinterest 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Press will not be banned from Strabane Council Committee meetings Facebook WhatsApp Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry News Strabane District Council has confirmed that it is not proposing to close committee meetings to the public and the press.In a letter to the local branch of the National Union of Journalists, the council’s interim chief executive says while the possibility was raised during the initial stages of an internal discussion among officials, it was not progressed, and never presented to members as a recommendation.Last month, the Derry and North West Ireland branch of the NUJ wrote to Strabane District Council requesting a deputation to respond to the suggestion that committee meetings be closed.However, in a response this week, the council’s interim Chief Executive Danny Mc Sorley confirmed that the idea was off the table, and there would be no need for a deputation.In his letter, he says as part of an internal discussion, a proposal was developed by officers which was released before it was fully considered as an option. He added this option was not presented to Council, nor was it considered at Committee.He adds the public and the press remain welcome, as they have always been, to attend committees of Strabane District Council.Branch Secretary Anton Mc Cabe is welcoming the clarification, describing the shelving of the proposal as a victory for media freedom, which is constantly under attack. Pinterest Twitter Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th center_img Google+ 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Previous articleCommon Agricultural Policy must be maintained – MEP HigginsNext articleDonegal woman Marie Flemings right-to-die appeal to proceed next month News Highland By News Highland – February 7, 2013 Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Facebooklast_img read more

Get Outside to South Carolina’s Freshwater Coast

Get Outside to South Carolina’s Freshwater Coast

first_imgSouth Carolina’s Freshwater Coast was made for outdoor lovers. With over 100,000 acres of water, over 2,000 miles of shoreline, six state parks all situated on water, and more than 150 hiking and biking trails, we are the home base for the vacation of your dreams. Plan your next outdoor adventure to South Carolina’s Freshwater Coast and experience the great outdoors along with authentic Southern hospitality.Begin your vacation at the National Wild Turkey Federation Visitor Center and Winchester Museum in Edgefield, South Carolina. This museum, the only one of its kind in the world, features dioramas and animatronics explaining hunting techniques and conservation efforts for the North American wild turkey. Learn more about this fascinating animal, and bring your kids! The museum is an exciting learning experience and fun for all ages. Plan your day around the many outdoor opportunities that abound in McCormick County, which is 90% contained in Sumter National Forest. The Long Cane Ranger District, the area of Freshwater Coast contained within Sumter National Forest, is home to the Forks Area Trail System, a nationally known mountain biking trail network designated as an “Epic Trail” by the International Mountain Biking Association. You’ll also find numerous hiking, boating, hunting and equestrian opportunities within Sumter National Forest.With six state parks to choose from on South Carolina’s Freshwater Coast, it might be difficult to decide which one to visit first. Hickory Knob features a resort and golf course, Lake Greenwood State Park has everything you need for a camping and fishing adventure. Head for Musgrove Mill and you’ll walk where war heroes walked, and then camp for the night in Baker Creek State Park on the shores of Lake Thurmond. Experience the serenity of Lake Russell at Calhoun Falls State Park, and the quiet, family friendly secluded campsites of Hamilton Branch State Park.If the outdoors is calling you, it’s time to plan your trip to South Carolina’s Freshwater Coast.last_img read more

The keys to streamlining your loan origination process

The keys to streamlining your loan origination process

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The mortgage loan origination process can be clunky and inefficient. Ultimately, the goal of lenders is to close as many qualified mortgage loans as possible—while remaining compliant, of course. Interest rates have continued to plunge since late 2018, dipping below 4% in June on a 30-year mortgage, the lowest we’ve seen in about two years, according to Mortgage Reports. This dramatic drop in rates could potentially send consumers flocking to their lenders to refinance or take advantage of their home’s equity. From a lender’s perspective, an increase in applications, in turn, increases the need for efficiency.Across the board, our clients consistently seek ways to streamline their operational procedures and reduce the cost of conducting business, including how they originate and refinance loans. Keep reading to learn some actionable tips to help you streamline your loan origination process to realize faster turnaround times, and a reduction in the cost to originate mortgages.Audit your origination processBefore you can identify areas where you can cut the proverbial fat from your mortgage loan origination process, it’s important to conduct an audit of your current procedures. Running a process audit gives you a “big-picture” understanding of how your loan officers and originators are currently operating and how conducive it is to their productivity. continue reading »last_img read more

Bicycle Coalition of Maine Wins National Recognition

Bicycle Coalition of Maine Wins National Recognition

first_img Bio admin House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 Latest Postscenter_img Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 Latest posts by admin (see all) AUGUSTA — The Bicycle Coalition of Maine ranked as the country’s top state bicycle advocacy organization in a recent report by the Thunderhead Alliance, a national coalition of bicycle and pedestrian advocacy organizations.Thunderhead’s first biennial Benchmarking Report, titled “Bicycling and Walking in the U.S.,” cites BCM as the state organization with the most members per capita. BCM’s 6,000 members equate to one for every 212 Maine residents.Overall, BCM ranked as the state organization with the greatest capacity to advocate for bicyclists, according to the Benchmarking Report.Formed in 1992, BCM is working to make Maine accessible and safe for all residents and visitors so they may comfortably and responsibly bicycle. The coalition also promotes bicycling for transportation, health, recreation and fun to enhance our communities, environment and economy.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textFor more information, visit bikemaine.org.last_img read more

Sumner Newscow Weekend calendar…

Sumner Newscow Weekend calendar…

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Professional boxers can compete at Rio Olympics

Professional boxers can compete at Rio Olympics

first_imgLausanne, Switzerland | AFP |Professional boxers can compete at the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, the sport’s governing body ruled in a landmark decision on Wednesday.But it is unlikely to see boxing’s biggest names enter the Olympic ring in Rio — for most professionals, like former heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko, it is already too late to take part in a qualifying contest.The last tournament is in Venezuela in July.Meeting at an extraordinary congress in Lausanne, Switzerland, 95 percent of the AIBA delegates voted in favour of the controversial move, an AIBA statement said.“This is a momentous occasion for AIBA, for Olympic boxing, and for our sport as a whole, and represents another great leap forward in the evolution of boxing,” AIBA chief Wu Ching-Kuo said.In an interview with AFP, Wu described Wednesday’s vote as “a first step”, adding that among the 28 sporting disciplines represented in Rio, boxing was the only one with restrictions on professional athletes.Wu has aggressively supported the move, just the latest in a series of changes to Olympic boxing in recent years. Women were allowed into Olympic competition in 2012 and headguards will no longer be compulsory from Rio.Proponents of the latest change argue that the admission of professional basketball to the Olympics in time for the 1992 Games in Barcelona helped make men’s basketball one of the most hotly anticipated events of the Games.Tough criticismThere is a rich history of fighters making their name at the Olympics before moving on to have groundbreaking professional careers, including Muhammad Ali, who won gold at the Rome Games in 1960, when still known as Cassius Clay.But the move has not convinced everyone, including former gold medallist and world heavyweight title-holder Lennox Lewis, who said it was “preposterous”.Former world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson last month judged the move as “ridiculous” and “stupid”, condemning the plan as a bid “to monetise Olympic boxing”.But British boxer Amir Khan on Wednesday hailed the decision and said he wanted to represent the country of his parents’ birth, Pakistan. Khan, born and raised in Bolton, England, won a silver medal in the lightweight category of the 2004 Athens Olympics before turning professional a year later.“If I am permitted as per rules and from my promoter then I would love to compete for Pakistan,” he said at a press conference.Pakistan Boxing Federation secretary Iqbal Hussain told AFP he was thrilled at the prospect of “hero” Khan representing the country.Philippine legend Manny Pacquiao, who won world titles at eight different weight categories, had also hinted he was interested but said this week he would concentrate on his burgeoning political career. Doping concernsAIBA will have to answer questions about its dope-testing policy in order to satisfy the International Olympic Committee, which is embroiled in a series of doping scandals and is battling to keep drug cheats out of the Rio Games.AIBA revealed on Wednesday that Turkish boxer Adem Kilicci was amongst the 23 athletes whose retested doping samples from the London 2012 Games have come up positive.Kilicci, who fought at under-75kg in London, had also qualified for the Rio Games but is suspended while waiting for the results of his B test.AIBA has come under fire for its dope-testing record after British magazine Private Eye reported that a World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) report found AIBA had not carried out any out-of-competition tests in the year ahead of Rio, and hardly any in the past three years.The report was quoted as saying that AIBA’s actions fell “considerably short” of WADA’s requirements.WADA spokesman Ben Nichols confirmed that the agency’s inspection team had given AIBA recommendations aimed at “improving and enhancing” its anti-doping programme, on which the boxing governing body has started working.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more