New toshaos elected in Region 2

first_imgFollowing the conclusion of Village Council elections throughout Region Two (Supenaam-Pomeroon), two toshaos have retained their positions while seven new village leaders have been sworn in to represent the residents in their communities.Toshao Sherman Lyte (long sleeve brown shirt) and his council in KabakaburiToshao Sherman Lyte (long sleeve brown shirt) and his council in KabakaburiRalph Hendricks has been elected the new Toshao of Capoey, replacing Melrose Henry; while Philbert Gudge has replaced Harold Marslowe as Toshao of Bethany.In Wakapao, Howard Cornelius has replaced Errol Williams as Toshao. The new Toshao of St. Monica/Karawab is Thomas Charles, who has replaced James Miguel; while Michael Samuels has been elected his deputy.After the votes had been counted in Kabakaburi, it was determined that Sherman Lyte has been elected to replace former Toshao Cleveland Simon. Aubrey Fredricks took the title of Toshao of St. Deny’s in Tapakuma, thus replacing former Toshao James Schadde.David Wilson retained by a landslide his position as Toshao of Akawini. Wilson has pledged to continue efforts to develop his community; while Mashabo Toshao Sylvin Raphael has also retained his position.The Region Two Administration has said it expects the elected toshaos and their councils to provide efficient and effective management that will ensure the development of their respective communities.last_img read more

Short-list for who’s going to build Hospital

first_imgTwo bidding teams with a variety of members, who represent BC based companies as well as national and international firms, have been identified as the short-listed qualified proponents for construction of the new Fort St. John hospital. The teams are Peace River Healthcare Solutions and ISL Health.The request for qualifications closed on July 8th and Peace River North MLA Richard Neufeld says today’s announcement demonstrates the significance and importance attached to the project by the Provincial government.Construction of all the facilities included in the east-end project is expected to begin next year, with completion targeted for 2011. It will include a 55-bed, 161,000 square foot hospital, a 123-bed residential seniors’ care facility, and an intergrated services buidling.- Advertisement -Northern Health will retain ownership of the 40 acre site donated by the City, east of 86th Street and west and south of the East Bypass Road.last_img read more

Nanaimo RCMP snag wanted Fort St. John offender

first_imgOfficers with the Nanaimo RCMP were aware of Mills’ presence in the city, and on Thursday, arrested him without incident.Mills will eventually be transported to the Fort St. John RCMP detachment.For a November 2008 report on this story, Click Here. Photo: Gary Mills was wanted on several charges spanning from 2008 – file photo.After nearly two years of searching, RCMP officers arrested a Fort St. John violent offender on Thursday morning.54 year-old Gary Kenneth Mills was arrested in a 7-11 store parking lot in Departure Bay, Nanaimo.- Advertisement -Mills was charged with attempted murder on June 29th, 2007. Mills allegedly broke into an unidentified Fort St. John residence, and shot a male occupant in the face. Mills then fled the scene. Police eventually located Mills and arrested him without incident.It is still unknown what Mills’ connection was to the occupants of the residence.In 2008, Mills was granted bail. But the 54 year-old failed to abide by his release conditions, and a warrant was issued for his arrest.After he was apprehended again, he was released a second time, under strict conditions. But, he failed to comply with those conditions and yet another warrant was issued for his arrest.Advertisementlast_img read more

Baseball legend brightens up cloudy FSJ day

first_imgPhoto: Various members of the FSJ community eating lunch with Mr. Jenkins/ Sean Assor, Energeticcity.ca Ferguson Jenkins trip to Fort St john, inspired by Black History month, was a memorable one for everyone involved. His positivity was contagious and was a real treat for anyone who had the pleasure of interacting with the best Canadian baseball player of all time. It was an eventful day in Fort St. John for baseball legend Ferguson Jenkins.- Advertisement -Jenkins began his day with a lunch at J.D. Fitzgerald’s, where Mayor Bruce Lantz, various City Council members and other lucky citizens, ate lunch with the the Hall of Famer.After the meal, Jenkins made his way to Moose FM, where Mike Feeney and myself had the pleasure of chatting with “Fergie” live on the air. Mr. Jenkins followed our fun filled interview with a trip to the post office, where he signed autographs for any of the lucky people in attendance. Ferguson capped of his Fort St. John experience with a presentation at the North Peace Cultural Centre. The presentation included an unveiling of the stamp which Canada Post made in Jenkins’ honour. Jenkins also made a heart felt speech for those in attendance, discussing his life as a pro athlete, his heritage and his family. Advertisementlast_img read more

No more sneaky?

first_img– Michael Babrowicz Northridge Our wandering mayor It looks like our own Gulliver is traveling again. All of his half-baked promises are probably on the back burner. Our streets still have potholes. Our trees are yet to be planted. The money collected from the trash fee for more police is, I’m sure, being guarded from those who might take this treasure. His attempt to take over the schools has fizzled in the courts, but actions and moneys contributed to school board candidates seem like they’re opening a back door to achieve his goal. At least we may have a few days free of his photo ops. Have a nice trip, Gulliver and crew. – Ira Kaplan Woodland Hills Cowinkadink? Re “`Perfect’ crash sets scene for gridlock near Bay bridge” (April 30): Just wondering how Rosie O’Donnell is going to explain the steel meltdown of the connector ramp in San Francisco. The 9-11 meltdown of the twin towers was an inside job of the Bush administration. Fire does not melt steel, she says. Who was behind this 51-year-old speeding truck driver to make the steel melt? Both incidents involved a lot of gasoline. Huh? – Almut Bower Calabasas Underlying message In a proclamation declaring May 1, 2007, as Law Day, President George W. Bush declared, “We all have a duty to help our youth become responsible citizens by promoting the virtues that sustain our democracy and fostering a deeper understanding and respect for our Constitution and laws.” These words ring hollow coming from someone who has shown so much contempt for the rule of law and for the rights guaranteed by the Constitution. If Bush really wished to promote the virtues he spoke of, he would act as a model of affirmation of those virtues and respect for our Constitution and laws. The underlying message appears to be, “Do as I say, not as I do.” – David Holland Chatsworth Less than forthright Re “Dems still the party of defeat” (April 30): Rich Lowry’s description of Harry Reid and the Democrats as defeatist and less than “forthright about what they believe” is utter hypocrisy. It’s increasingly clear that the president and his administration have been less than “forthright” with us. The war in Iraq is only the biggest lie. Daily, someone else who was a part of this administration is revealing more and more deceptions at every step. The Democrats aren’t perfect, but at least they are listening to the American people. Whether they have enough gumption to stand up for their convictions, only time will tell. – David Newton Thousand Oaks If you believe Re “Penalty for sex, war” (Your Opinions, April, 30): When Bill Clinton wagged his finger at the news cameras and said “I did not have sex with that woman,” that was a lie. When he lied under oath, that was perjury. Clinton was impeached because he broke the law. Being mistaken about something you believe to be true is not a lie; neither is it illegal. If it were, every person ever elected to public office would have been impeached. As for your last statement, I suggest you look in a mirror. – Jeff Clarke Simi Valley Liberals must learn Re “Pelosi’s scarf” (Your Opinions, May 1): I disagree with letter writers who complain about Nancy Pelosi’s trip to the Middle East and about her wearing a scarf during the trip. She did the right thing. We cannot push our culture on foreign countries and still try to deal with them on a friendly basis. The speaker of the House is third in line after the president. This is not lost on Arab countries. The best way to learn about their culture is what Nancy has attempted to do. Since the Democrats firmly insist on withdrawal of all our troops from Iraq, what comes next? Hard decisions confront Congress and the president. Do we become isolationist and forsake Israel and Europe? Many world cultures are not at all similar to that in America. Liberals must learn this painful lesson. – Sion Colvin Woodland Hills English immersion Re “Bilingual education” (Your Opinions, May 1): According to professor emeritus Stephen Kashen of the University of Southern California, “children in bilingual education do better than those in English immersion on tests of English reading” and “reading scores are low (because) California has the worst school libraries and public libraries in the U.S.” His logic evades me: If children are unable to read, then even a Library of Alexandria wouldn’t help. Bilingual educators in the Los Angeles Unified School District put Japanese-only students – friends of ours – into Spanish-language classes to learn Spanish, so they could later “transition” into English. After moving to a Burbank school and English-only classes, these girls earned “A” and “B” grades within three months. And please don’t speak of or for all of California’s libraries. Those in Burbank have to rank among the best, not only in available material but also in the wonderful knowledge and helpfulness of staff. – Phillip Barton Burbank Jolie and Madonna There certainly must be others who feel as I do about Angelina Jolie and Madonna, who travel halfway around the world to adopt a child, especially when there are so many children right here in their own country. It seems to me they both are going way out of their way just to find a child. I mean, do they need publicity that much? I would think not. And frankly, to me, their motives are suspect. I am not taking a stab at controversy here, but if one is white, then why pick Asian and black? I’ve known a few couples here who have had difficulty trying to adopt. Their biggest complaint was that the process takes so long, and yet the two celebrities hop a plane and accomplish their adoption almost effortlessly. Oh, how naive of me. They are celebrities. That’s why. Well, I still think it’s ridiculous. – Leo Bertucelli Sherman Oaks Twilight Zone Re “No amnesty (Your Opinions, May 2): We are literally living in “The Twilight Zone.” In what other country could illegal aliens openly break the law and then claim they have the same civil rights as those who are here legally? Amnesty for illegal aliens? I don’t think so. – Sandy Sand West Hills160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Los Angeles To the bone Re “DWP crews costly choice” (April 17): After years of analyses by the Department of Water and Power, it was determined that using DWP staff to construct large water mains costs twice as much as using a private contractor. So, armed with this information, the DWP board voted to increase DWP construction staff people so they “can get more experience doing this work” – seven years isn’t long enough? – and spend millions of dollars more as they tie up traffic for twice as long “getting experience.” Thank you, Mayor Villaraigosa, for appointing the Board of Water and Power Commissioners. Members’ insight is incredible, and I’ll be thinking of you as I sit on my shrinking wallet stuck in traffic behind a DWP flagman. The next time the DWP asks for a rate increase and officials claim the budget is cut “to the bone,” we’ll know they mean the funny bone – because the joke is on us ratepayers. Re “Parks seeks more public input on Bratton reappointment” (May 2): Let me see if I get this straight. Los Angeles City Council members want more community meetings to get input for the reappointment of Chief William Bratton. Aren’t these the same City Council members who were very sneaky and rushed through getting Proposition R on the ballot without any community or neighborhood council input? Also, didn’t Councilwoman Janice Hahn try to rush through a motion without community input to get a $50 million parcel-tax ballot measure to pay for more gang programs, and she failed? You bet. – Monica Harmon last_img

Five things we learned in the Premier League

first_imgSilva service lifts City“Right now, it’s Bernardo and 10 others,” Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said when asked about Bernardo Silva’s sublime display in the champions’ Community Shield win over Chelsea last weekend.Portugal midfielder Silva didn’t always start last term but he was a blur of energy and efficient passing in City’s engine room against Chelsea and Guardiola rewarded him with a place in Sunday’s 2-0 victory in their Premier League opener at Arsenal.Guardiola’s faith wasn’t misplaced as the 23-year-old once again produced a tireless performance and rarely misplaced a pass.The influential effort was capped in the 64th minute when Silva cleverly peeled away from his Arsenal marker to meet Benjamin Mendy’s cross with a fine finish that flashed past Gunners goalkeeper Petr Cech.Still not so UnitedManchester United manager Jose Mourinho shows his frustration © AFP / Oli SCARFFDespite getting off to a winning start against Leicester on Friday, all is still not well at Manchester United between star midfielder Paul Pogba, manager Jose Mourinho and executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward.Mourinho named Pogba captain and hailed a “monster” performance after he took responsibility to open the scoring from the penalty spot.French World Cup winner Pogba, though, wasn’t so effusive in his praise for his boss, claiming “if you’re not happy, you cannot give your best” and that if he voiced his true feelings he would be fined.Meanwhile, Mourinho again let his frustration at not being backed by Woodward in the transfer market be known.Woodward is adamant Pogba is not for sale despite rumoured interest from Barcelona.But at the moment all three seem locked in an unhappy marriage ahead of a season that Mourinho himself has predicted will be a “difficult” one.Keita’s new kingdomLiverpool’s Naby Keita shone against West Ham © AFP / Oli SCARFFLiverpool have had to wait a year to get Naby Keita after sealing the deal to bring him from RB Leipzig 12 months ago, but on the evidence of a storming display from the Guinean in Sunday’s 4-0 thrashing of West Ham it’ll be worth the wait.Keita started the move for Liverpool’s opener and possessed the pace and skill to consistently drove through the heart of West Ham’s pedestrian midfield.Jurgen Klopp now has new found wealth of midfield options with Fabinho also joining from Monaco, Adam Lallana returning from injury and captain Jordan Henderson getting back to fitness after his exertions at the World Cup with England.Keita, though, could be the real difference maker in turning a 25-point deficit to champions Manchester City last season into a title challenge.Sarri’s Hazard warningChelsea’s Eden Hazard will take time to find his peak form © AFP / Oli SCARFFMaurizio Sarri admits Eden Hazard needs more time to get back to his very best despite an impressive 15-minute cameo as a substitute in Chelsea’s 3-0 win at Huddersfield.Hazard has been linked with a move to Real Madrid and only returned to training with Chelsea a week ago after helping Belgium finish third at the World Cup.The midfielder’s future may not be sorted out until August 31, when the transfer window closes in Spain.But his quality was there for all to see during his brief appearance on Saturday, with a fine run from midfield taking out several Huddersfield players before he slotted in Pedro to score Chelsea’s third goal.“I think that Eden in this moment cannot play for 90 minutes. He has to improve, to have training,” Sarri said.“I think the best thing is for him to play 15-20 minutes when the opponents probably are tired.”Spurs show steelMauricio Pochettino watches Harry Kane in action © AFP / Lindsey PARNABYTottenham may not have spent anything in the transfer market and had to play several of their stars who have just returned from well-earned breaks post the World Cup.But they coped easily enough with Newcastle in their 2-1 win at St James’ Park.Spurs are the only top tier team not to have made a signing since the end of last season and manager Mauricio Pochettino will need a tougher test than this to assess whether fatigue will be a telling factor for his squad this term.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester City’s Bernardo Silva celebrates © IKIMAGES/AFP / Ian KINGTONLONDON, United Kingdom, Aug 12 – The Premier League is back, with the opening weekend producing impressive displays from title contenders Liverpool and champions Manchester City, while Manchester United and Chelsea also made winning starts.Here are five things we learned from the first weekend of the new top-flight campaign:last_img read more

Talent Spotter: The ‘new Rio Ferdinand’ set to shine at Everton?

first_img1 New Everton defender Brendan Galloway Everton have caused quite a stir in the transfer market this summer by splashing out a club record £28million on Romelu Lukaku, but one move which flew under the radar was the arrival of England Under-19 defender Brendan Galloway.The Toffees snapped up the 18-year-old, who has been likened to Rio Ferdinand, from MK Dons for an undisclosed fee. talkSPORT’s Talent Spotter has the latest on the youngster.Name: Brendan Joel Zibusiso GallowayDate of birth: 17 March, 1996Birthplace: ZimbabwePosition: Defender/midfielderInternational appearances: 3 (England U19)What’s the latest?Everton have moved quickly to land the promising defender from MK Dons for undisclosed fee and he will immediately link up with their Under-21 side. Galloway has signed a five-year deal at Goodison Park and made 17 promising appearances for Karl Robinson’s side last season.Did you know?1) Galloway was born in Zimbabwe and moved to England aged six, before linking up wih the MK Dons academy five years later and progressing through the ranks.2) The teenager became the Buckinghamshire club’s youngest ever first-team player at 15 years old, when he came off the bench to play against Nantwich Town in the FA Cup first round in November 2011.3) Since then Galloway has gone from strength to strength. He made his league debut a few months later and then enjoyed a breakthrough year last season, making 13 appearances and scoring his first goal in a 4-1 FA Cup win over Halifax Town.4) The defender has risen through the international ranks at speed too, and has made three appearances during England’s qualification campaign for the 2014 UEFA Under-19 Championship.5) Galloway upset MK Dons boss Karl Robinson when he handed in a transfer request back in June. The manager said: “Obviously I’m very disappointed in his advisors and I think he has been advised wrongly. I’m absolutely gutted. I feel hurt and let down – I gave him his debut and I stood by him even in the context of him being sent off against Rotherham, but I will continue to be there for Brendan. I’m really disappointed in how this materialised but it’s the way the industry works.”He says:“It means an awful lot to me coming to such a great club. I’m now looking forward to learning off some of the more senior players – the likes of Sylvain Distin and Phil Jagielka. Long-term, I also want to get in the Everton team and play week in and week out in the Premier League and play in a team that’s doing well, which I know we will do.” Galloway after signing for EvertonThey say:“I do believe Brendan can be as good as he wants to be and I wish him all the luck in the world. He’s going to a fantastic football club in Everton that will only aid his development.” MK Dons boss Karl Robinson on Galloway’s moveEverton fans, what do you make of signing Galloway? Comment below.last_img read more

Kimanzi wants Under-23 side maintained

first_img0Shares0000The starting team line up before Harambee Stars took on Sudan in an Olympic Qualification match at the Kasarani Stadium on March 26, 2019NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 27 – Harambee Stars Under-23 head coach Francis Kimanzi has asked the Football Kenya Federation to maintain the team even after their exit from the U23 African Cup of Nations qualifiers on Tuesday.The team lost 2-0 on aggregate to Sudan to exit the AFCON qualification process, but Kimanzi believes with the immense potential in the team it should be maintained as a feeder for the senior national team. “We are available if need be and also it depends on the program from the federation. If they have a program or matches they can play we can keep trying to make them better because they need more time together because as you know this is the first time we have such a team,” Kimanzi told Capital Sport.He added; “They need more exposure with more test matches and tournaments they could get. We have important and special players there who we need to keep together.”Harambee Stars Under-23 coach Francis Kimanzi issues instructions during in an Olympic Qualification match against Sudan at the Kasarani Stadium on March 26, 2019. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaKimanzi was handed over the reins in the team last year when they went on a tour of friendly matches in Uzbekistan winning one and drawing the other.Meanwhile, Kimanzi looks back at the team’s exit from the run-in to the AFCON U23 and he admits his players were nervous and failed to keep their calm when it mattered the most.The Emerging Stars needed to win the game by a margin of more than three goals to advance or at worse win 2-0 to force the game to penalties, something they failed to do.“We had a lot of chances to knock in the net, but we have to accept the result. There is no replay and it is over for us. To open up the game you need to score. We had the opportunity to do that in the first half but we missed lots of chances,” a dejected Kimanzi said.Harambee Stars Under-23 players during in an Olympic Qualification match against Sudan at the Kasarani Stadium on March 26, 2019.“You don’t deserve to go through if you can’t open up the game,”We had a group of youngsters playing together and there is the urge to make things work and I thought we were too much in a hurry. For example Shambi (Ibrahim) was our best player but at times in every situation he wanted to hurry things up,”“We were looking for goals but every time you have an opportunity and think it is now but sometimes it is too far,” Kimani further explained.0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

54th Whittier Christmas Parade lineup

first_img Community Grand Marshal Irene Martinez Grand Marshal Rep. Linda Sanchez KOST La Serna High School lance regiment American Red Cross Critters For Christ equestrian group Morningstar Christian Chapel Rio Hondo neighborhood Girls Scouts – Spanish Trails Council South El Monte High School Bright Medical Assemblyman Charles Calderon Carden Whittier bell choir and cheer Moms Club of Whittier – West Whittier Lions Club eye mobile Bell Gardens Lancer marching regiment Classic Clowns Assemblyman Tony Mendoza Boy Scouts Pack 630 Whittier Public Library and Library Foundation Submarine Veterans of World War II Buena Park High School marching band Sponsor Rose Hills Memorial Park and Mortuary Community Affairs Manager Natalie Neufeld American G.I. Forum Broadoak’s Children’s School of Whittier College Brownie Troop No. 61 with fire truck Santa Fe High School band and color guard Santa Fe Springs City Council Santa Fe Kid Company of Whittier Palmview Christian School Rep. Grace Napolitano Hoover Elementary School baton classes St. Paul High School marching band Caremore Alma Latina de Lynwood Road Runner Speciality Towing and Transport Temple City High School band Zumayas Mexican Caf YWCA North Orange County California Youth Spirit Core Friends of the Bailey House and Whittier Historical Society Wantland Family Whittier For Jesus Youth March Son’s of Italy Hacienda Lodge No. 2168 Rio Hondo College board of trustees Tetzlaff Middle School Trojan band and color guard Whittier Chamber of Commerce President Chris George Pio Pico State Historic Park American Legion Whittier Post 51 El Rancho High School Marching Dons band and color guard Pico Rivera City Council Los Angeles County Fire Department Station 28 Harmony Center for Spiritual Living Gold Wing Road Riders Association Rincon Intermediate School band and drill team Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital Elwin Elementary pep squad First Love Calvary Chapel float St. Bruno Cub Scouts No. 337 Prudential California Uptown Realty and Pacific Western Mortgage La Habra High School Highlander marching band Prot g Volleyball Club Praise Chapel Christian Fellowship Sonora High School Junior ROTC USS Arizona replica YMCA of Greater Whittier Pioneer High School marching band Rick’s Drive In and Out banner Campo Verde Girl Scouts Posada of Whittier Katherine Edwards Middle School royal marching band Puente Hills Landfill Native Habitat Preservation Authority Marinello Schools of Beauty Miss Whittier and Miss Teen Whittier Little Miss and Mr. Hawaiian Tropic Kids Sonora High School Raiderettes dance team Cub Scout Pack 990 Artesia High School marching pioneers Whittier Daily News Editor Tim Traeger Whittier Police Department Police Chief Dave Singer Victory Tae Kwon Do Whittier Christian School cheer and football players Whittier Meals on Wheels Whittier Christian High School Herald marching band Whittier Pony Baseball The Gardens at Whittier Whittier Museum Obregon Park Tigers Dexter Middle School Hornet marching band Credit Union of Southern California representative Dave Gunderson And Dance! Studio for performing arts Los Nietos Shrine Club First Avenue Middle School Spartan band, drill and Auxiliary Mayberry Park Boys & Girls Club of Whittier Los Nietos Kid in Sports St. Hilary Cub and Boy Scouts Pack No. 561 John Glenn High School marching band Whittier Uptown Association President Robert Ruiz Los Molinos Elementary School Wildcat cheerleader and Mascots Too Cute! Special Occasion Footwear Sorensen Park Dana Mariner Middle School marching band Regency Christian Center float Saybrook Park Pupil Transportation Center Wishing Well Whittier Uptown Association Manager Larry Trujillo Beckman High School Patriot marching band Santa Claus Source: Whittier Uptown Association 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Following is a list of participants in the 54th annual Whittier Uptown Christmas Parade: Whittier Police Department color guard Whittier High School marching band Boy Scouts AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat Kings Banco Popular Whittier City Council Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe Whittier Community Services Department Royal Fox Insurance Service last_img read more

€13M FUNDING BONANZA ANNOUNCED FOR DONEGAL

first_imgDonegal has been allocated almost €13 Million in funding.Minister Joe McHughThe cash injection is part of the LEADER element of the Rural Development Programme announced by the Government today.Minister of State Joe McHugh has welcomed the announcement. “The economic recovery is underway and the Government is determined that the recovery is felt in every corner of Ireland. Investment in the LEADER programme is of huge significance.“The LEADER programme is all about community led projects; it is focused on making the recovery local. Once approval for the programme has been given by the European Commission, Local Action Groups throughout Donegal will be invited to submit ideas for how funding should be spent. These groups will be set up in accordance with the EU Regulations and will consist of representatives across public and private socio-economic interests,” he said.He added that he personally in Donegal of any number of projects where funding is needed and will be of huge benefit.“We are committed to empowering rural Ireland, to giving the local people of Donegal the opportunity to identify where the LEADER programme funding should go and in controlling the allocation at a local level. “Due to the new Local Government Reform Act 2014, this money will be controlled at a local level and therefore the allocation of resources will be much more targeted, cost effective and efficient. Streamlining operations at a local level should maximise the funding available to support important projects and the local communities in Donegal“Employment is growing in every region in Ireland. We plan to continue the progress by enabling businesses to create 40,000 this year and aim to restore full employment by 2018. This LEADER funding is a further commitment our goal of securing the recovery in all areas of Ireland.” €13M FUNDING BONANZA ANNOUNCED FOR DONEGAL was last modified: March 10th, 2015 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)last_img read more