A man who abused Gardai in a pub claimed he got drunk after not getting any sleep after attending an all-night wake.Chris Bonner, of Convoy in Co Donegal appeared at Letterkenny District Court charged with a public order offence. The court was told the 45-year-old father-of-two was drinking in Rosie’s Bar in Drumkeen when Gardai arrived at the premises.Bonner became aggressive with Gardai and asked them if they had nothing better to do before telling them to “f*** off.”Gardai asked Bonner to desist but his tirade of abuse continued before Bonner called the Gardai “c****” and was arrested.His solicitor, Mr Patsy Gallagher, said his client was the worse for wear after going without sleep having stayed up all night at a family wake.Mr Gallagher said “As is the custom in these parts, he stayed up all night at the wake. He had been drinking at the meal after the funeral.”The court was told that Bonner of Aughyalt, Convoy had a number of previous convictions.He is now working as a labourer o building sites in Dublin.Judge Paul Kelly said he was ordering Bonner to pay €150 to Letterkenny Youth and Community Project in lieu of getting another conviction.Man who went without sleep after all-night wake abused Gardai was last modified: April 8th, 2019 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:Chris Bonnerdonegaldrunkwake
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The Center for Innovative Food Technology (CIFT) and the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF) sponsored the Ohio Signature Food Contest which showcases many new, innovative products ready to take that next step — actual product development.CIFT vice president and director of agricultural programs, Rebecca Singer, and Connie Ward, business development field director, OFBF, announced the two winners selected in recognition of their product concepts:Garlic Scape Pesto by Adam Fried (Akron, Ohio) — A unique garlic-flavored pesto made from Ohio-grown scapes. Because scapes are only available once/year this future product plans to become the only item of its kind, and is perfect to add a fresh garlic flavor to salads or foods from the grill.Indian Creek Corn Whiskey Mustard by Kathleen Hanover (Dayton, Ohio) — This savory, artisanal grainy mustard is made from a blend of two different kinds of mustard seeds, apple cider vinegar, apple-smoked spices, brown sugar, pickling spices and maple syrup, flavored with small-batch, cooper-distilled corn whiskey made in Ohio’s Miami County.Following a review of written applications and presentations by food entrepreneurs and chefs to a panel of judges, the highest scoring concepts were selected based on the viability of the product, commercialization potential, business strategy, and overall appeal to the marketplace.As a result of the award, technical assistance from CIFT will be provided to the start up businesses ranging from business planning, product/process development, shelf stability testing, labeling review, regulatory assistance, and batch product preparations for sampling. Later, production will take place at the Northwest Ohio Cooperative Kitchen (NOCK) in Bowling Green, Ohio. The NOCK is a commercially-licensed kitchen that educate and provide technical assistance to new and growing food businesses.
klint finley Why You Love Online Quizzes How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees? Here’s another contest, but this one has a larger prize and greater purpose: The Heritage Provider Network is offering $3 million for an algorithm that will predict hospitalizations by using a pre-defined set of patient data sources. The Heritage Health Prize site claims that over $30 billion was spent on unnecessary hospital admissions in 2006. If patients that are at risk for hospitalization can be identified in advance, health care providers could develop new care plans to prevent hospitalization. The contest will be open for registration early next year.According to The Heritage Health Prize site, the algorithms will have access to the following data:Outpatient encounter dataHospitalization encounter dataMedication dispensing claims data, including medicationsOutpatient laboratory data, including test outcome valuesAccording to the Prize’s FAQ, the eligibility requirements are as follows:To be eligible to compete and claim any prize, a Team must be organized in a jurisdiction in which the Competition is not prohibited by law. A Team must have insurance, self-insurance, or other risk management means as required by applicable law and determined by HPN, in its sole discretion, to be adequate to protect against potential claims, losses, and damages arising from Team’s participation in the Competition.Teams from all countries and with any background are eligible to compete in the Competition, including, but not limited to, small companies, not-for-profit foundations, and Teams comprised of students and/or faculty from universities, colleges, or other academic institutions.HPN employees and their families may neither participate in nor have a financial interest in any Team.See the FAQ for more information about how privacy will be safeguarded during the contest. Tags:#hack#news 7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac… Related Posts Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoid
The Puri-Haridwar Utkal Express was always the preferred choice for Alok Sarkar. On Saturday, the 48-year-old boarded the train for Muzaffarnagar. “Never thought that this would be his last journey,” his elder brother said as he struggled to come to terms with the loss. “My brother used to work at the Divisional Railway Manager’s office in Delhi. He would always take this train.” Fourteen coaches of the train derailed near Khatauli, one crashing into a house by the track.Sarkar’s brother-in-law said the family received the body and was taking it to Delhi for cremation on Sunday.“We have identified 12 bodies, and autopsy has been done,” Divisional Commissioner, Saharanpur, Deepak Agarwal said.Later on, an official said four more bodies were identified. “The victims hailed from Rajasthan, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh and Aligarh,” he said.At the mortuary here, the family members of the victims, some of them survivors themselves, gathered to collect the bodies, a few of them crying.