Human Rights Attorney Bryan Stevenson at All Saints Church

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Aldi now recruiting 32 staff in Donegal

first_img Renewed calls for full-time Garda in Kilmacrennan WhatsApp Google+ Aldi is creating 32 new jobs in Donegal this year.The new roles include 17 permanent positions across Aldi’s six Donegal stores.The supermarket chain is recruiting more than 1,050 new store employees nationwide throughout 2021, which include 700 permanent positions and 350 temporary jobs to support busy key trading periods.Aldi has witnessed a surge in sales and customer footfall in the last 12 months, with sales growing by 15.2% and with over 1.4 million households shopping at its stores.It recently extended the opening hours of its 145 Irish stores in the run up to Christmas, opening its stores between 8am-11pm for the very first time. Additional staff are required to help meet ongoing customer demand across its store network. Previous articleStephen Mallon opts for Bohs switchNext articleIreland set to receive over €1bn for Brexit fallout News Highland Pinterest Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further Facebook By News Highland – January 13, 2021 center_img WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Twitter Aldi now recruiting 32 staff in Donegal Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Homepage BannerNews Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Pinterest Twitterlast_img read more

Third of tenants happy to rent property without physical viewing

first_imgThe extraordinary impact of Covid on the lettings market has been revealed after a third of tenants told a survey that they would make an offer on a property following only a virtual viewing.A quarter of tenants also told the Goodlord poll that they are considering a home move, including 27% who want to move because of Covid and 24% who need to move to a new area of the country.But while this will be good for quicker viewings, agent turnover and lettings volume, the report also reveals a widening gap between have and have-nots within the private rental market.A quarter told the poll they were worried about meeting their rental payment in the coming months, while a further quarter said they wanted to move home as they sought more space to accommodate their new home working lifestyle.Missed paymentBut more worrying for letting agents is that 12.5% of those polled said they had either missed a rental payment due to Covid or had agreed alternative payment terms.And just over a quarter of said their pay wasn’t secure or that they were worried about being paid in the future – with only 40% confident of their future income.But somewhat predictably, those aged between 18-34 reported the most financial strain.“Both financial strain for renters and the overall impact of lockdown is translating into some macro shifts for the wider property market,” says Tom Mundy (left), COO of Goodlord.The poll was conducted by Goodlord among 2,750 tenants. Download the full report.goodlord survey goodlord rent Tom Mundy September 22, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Rental market » Third of tenants happy to rent property without physical viewing previous nextRental marketThird of tenants happy to rent property without physical viewingSurprising comments are made to researchers conducting a survey of the private rental market for letting software company Goodlord.Nigel Lewis22nd September 202001,095 Viewslast_img read more

OULC rejects ‘Brown Sugar’

first_imgEmily Benn has lost her bid to chair Oxford University Labour Club next term.The niece of former cabinet minister Hilary Benn and granddaughter of socialist icon Tony Benn, Emily is currently the Labour party candidate for East Worthing and Shoreham in the upcoming general election. She is the youngest ever prospective parliamentary candidate.She was recently described in a Telegraph article on young female politicians as one of “Brown’s Sugars”.But on Tuesday night the University Labour Club rejected her bid along with prospective co-chair Emma King by around two thirds of the vote at a general meeting.In her joint manifesto, Benn described the pair as “seasoned Labour campaigners.”After the election they told Cherwell, “We’re disappointed but OULC is in great hands.”The co-chairs elect will now be Stephen Bush and Keiran Cunningham.last_img read more

UNDER THE SEA (Henry Harris)

first_imgUNDER THE SEA — Henry Harris Community School students in Mrs. Gold Science class studied and viewed videos all about jellyfish. The students enjoyed creating their own jellyfish and writing interesting facts about them. ×last_img

Statement to parliament: Secretary of State: Statement to Parliament in response to the CJEU’s ruling on the Wightman Article 50 case

first_imgWith permission, Mr Speaker, I will now make a statement on the judgment issued by the European Court of Justice this morning on the Wightman case.Mr Speaker, today, the European Court of Justice has delivered its judgment on the question of the revocability of an Article 50 notice. The Court has found that the UK has the right, in accordance with its constitutional requirements, to unilaterally revoke the notification of its intention to withdraw from the EU.We note the judgement from the European Court. It is their role to provide rulings on the interpretation of EU law.This judgement clarifies the law. The judgement does not in any way change our policy. That the Government knows this course is possible, just as many undesirable actions are possible, does not change the fact that such an approach is hypothetical and the Government has no intention of doing it.The Government’s firm and long-held policy is that we will not revoke the Article 50 notice. This position has not changed. To do this, or indeed to hold a second referendum, would be to undermine the result of the 2016 referendum and the professed will of this House to give effect to that result.This House voted to hold the referendum and promised to deliver it. 544 members of this House voted to give the British public their say, with just 53 opposed. Almost three quarters of the electorate then took part in the 2016 referendum, resulting in 17.4 million votes to leave the European Union. This is the highest number of votes cast for anything in UK electoral history, making this referendum the biggest democratic exercise in our history.This House then voted again to empower the Prime Minister to notify under Article 50 and voted yet again to repeal the European Communities Act.The Government remains focused on its task and its mandate, and delivering a deal which honours the 2016 referendum result. We will be leaving the EU on the 29th of March next year.I commend this statement to the House.last_img read more

Kung Fu Announces Three-Night, Stephen King-Themed Halloween Run In Colorado

first_imgConnecticut funk-rockers Kung Fu have announced a three-night run in Colorado over Halloween weekend. On October 26, the band will perform at The Fox Theatre in Boulder, CO, and on October 27 and 28, they will bring the party to Denver at the Be On Key Psychedelic Ripple. For their all three nights, the band will present a special concept called “Stephen Kung Fu,” where they will blend music from Stephen King movies and television series in with Kung Fu’s original funk/fusion repertoire. There are some fantastic songs attached to Stephen King’s screen adaptations, including The Ramones “Pet Sematary,” George Thorogood‘s “Bad To The Bone,” and a full film score by AC/DC for the film “Maximum Overdrive.”Ticketing information for the October 26 show is available here. Ticketing information for the October 27 show is available here, and October 28 here.last_img read more

Champlain College Dedicates Schillhammer Hall

first_imgChamplain College Dedicates Schillhammer Hall BURLINGTON, Vt. Champlain College recently honored trustee emeritus and alumnus Richard W. Schillhammer Class of 1934 and founder of Queen City Printers (QCP), and his family, with the dedication of Schillhammer Hall. The building, located at 109 Summit St., formerly known as East Hall, has served as a residence hall since being acquired by Champlain in 1994. Dick has long been a respected community citizen and leader, said Champlain College President Dave Finney. For three generations, Champlain College has been entrusted with the education of the Schillhammers. In addition to Dick, his son John and daughter-in-law Ann are graduates of the College classes of 1960 and 1962, respectively. His granddaughter Shari and her husband Randy attended Champlain and earned their degrees in 1983. We are very fortunate to have the Schillhammer family as our alums and trusted friends. Shelley Richardson, vice president of development and alumni affairs at Champlain added, Dick Schillhammers recent gift to the College is a shining example of how our alumni continue to have an impact on the advancement of our unique mission in providing a relevant professional education and solidifying Champlains role in the Burlington and the broader community for years to come. A half century ago, Dick Schillhammer opened a small printing business when the commercial printing division at The Burlington Free Press closed its doors. He brought with him a reputation for excellent letterpress craftsmanship – a reputation that quickly earned Queen City Printers a loyal following among local businesses. Through the years, QCP evolved along with printing technology, but the company’s reputation as craftsmen above all else has endured. Today, under the direction of Dick’s youngest son, Alan, QCP combines state-of-the-art technology with old fashioned service and craftsmanship. Schillhammer Hall was constructed in 1894 by Oliver S. Presbrey, owner of the Cheever Iron Ore Company of Port Henry, N.Y. Presbrey died in 1920, and his widow eventually sold the house to City Engineer James Cashman and his wife, Ada. Cashman had a hand in many important construction projects in the region including Burlington City Hall, Memorial Auditorium and the “High Bridge” in Winooski. In 1937, the Doane family divided the house into apartments. The Doanes sold the house to Royal and Barbara Gibbo in 1976. Champlain purchased the property from Barbara Gibbo in 1994 and named it East Hall. With its new name, Schillhammer Hall will continue to serve as student housing, accommodating students during the academic year at Champlain.Champlain College, a private baccalaureate institution, was founded in 1878. Champlain has approximately 2,000 undergraduate students, presenting 32 states and 17 countries. It was ranked in the top tier of Best Comprehensive Colleges in the North by U.S. News & World Reports Americas Best Colleges 2009.Located in Burlington, Champlain College offers Education in Three Dimensions, a unique, multi-faceted approach to professional development, academic excellence and community-based life experience education over four years. Champlain also offers study abroad programs with campuses in Dublin, Ireland and Montreal, Quebec and extensive online and continuing professional educationTo learn more about Champlain College, visit is external).last_img read more

Abingdon, Va.

first_imgPopulation: 8,191Public lands: Mt. Rogers National Recreation Area, Virginia Creeper TrailOutdoor Highlights: Appalachian Trail, Virginia Creeper Trail, Holston River, Hidden Valley Lakelast_img

Six Shades of Summer Giveaway

first_imgIf you love sunglasses as much as this squirrel, then you’re in the right place to win a pair of your own.This week only, we’ve teamed up with Native Eyewear to give three lucky winners a pair of shades. With six styles to choose from, there is something for everyone. Whether you’re the ultra-athlete rocking the Catamounts on the trails or lounging by the pool with a margarita and cigar sporting the El Jefes, you will be looking good doing it! Did I mention that they are polarized?To see the shades and enter the contest, check out our post on Instagram below! Best of luck and happy summer.last_img