Image source: USACEThe North Carolina Coastal Resources Commission will meet in Atlantic Beach next week to provide new commissioners with an overview of the state’s coastal program, consider amendments to rules on erosion control and other coastal issues, the NC Department of Environmental Quality said in its release. The commission plans to meet November 7 and 8 at the Hilton Double Tree in Atlantic Beach. The meeting will begin at 1 p.m. and is open to the public, DEQ said.Items on the commission’s agenda include:New commissioner orientation – An orientation session will be provided for new and current commissioners on the operating and variance procedures of the commission as well as an overview of the state’s coastal program.Variances – The commission will hear one request for a variance from its rules;Beach and inlet management – The commission will hear a presentation on Carolina Beach’s inlet maintenance project and consider a development line request by Kure Beach for the siting of oceanfront development;Public access – Researchers from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington will present an evaluation of the state’s Public Beach and Coastal Waterfront Access Program;Land use plans – The commission will consider amendments and updates to land use plans for Swansboro and Ocean Isle Beach;Coastal habitat protection – The commission will consider approval of the Coastal Habitat Protection Plan’s implementation for 2018 through 2020;Rule development – Amendments to rules will be discussed related to temporary erosion control, stormwater, single family residences, free standing moorings, land use planning and development lines;Shellfish aquaculture – The commission will hear an overview of shellfish aquaculture efforts, including the state’s shellfish leasing program and shellfish mariculture plan.The Coastal Resources Advisory Council, a group that advises the state Coastal Resources Commission, will meet at 10 a.m. November 7 at the Hilton Double Tree in Atlantic Beach.[mappress mapid=”24580″]
Winner: Nora StapletonDONEGAL SPORTS STAR AWARDS WINNERS 2013ATHLETICSMark English, Letterkenny A.C. BADMINTONChloe Magee, RaphoeBASKETBALLCian & Tadhg Hickey, Letterkenny Blaze BOXINGJason Quigley, Finn Valley A.B.C.CLAY PIGEON SHOOTDavid Porter, LiffordCYCLING Philip Deignan, LetterkennySPECIAL ATHLETEEileen Ferry, Errigal Sports and Social ClubDARTS Charlie Grant, Quigley’s PointWinner: Joe McKelvey – Teacher Coach of the YearEQUESTRIANKenneth Graham, MuffGAAMichael Murphy, GlenswillyGOLFBrian McElhinney, Foyle Golf CentreGYMNASTICSMegan Lynch, DesertegneyHOCKEYMatthew Lecky, Raphoe Hockey ClubHURLINGDanny Cullen, Setanta Hurling ClubMARTIAL ARTSNatalie McCarron, PT’s Kickboxing Gym, CarrigansMOTOR CYCLINGAaron Mac Bride, ConvoyMOTOR SPORTDeclan & Brian Boyle, LettermacawardWinner: Arlene CrossanPROFESSIONAL SPORT ACHIEVEMENTMartin Harley, TrentaghROWINGPaul McGonagle, Kincasslagh Rowing ClubRUGBYLarissa Muldoon & Nora StapletonSOCCERBarry McNamee, Derry CitySURF LIFESAVINGTriona Mc Menamin LetterkennySWIMMINGAnne Marie Ward, PortnablaghWinner: Vienna WhiteTRANSPLANT ATHLETEVienna White, LetterkennyTRIATHLONGavin Crawford, Letterkenny 24-7 Triathlon ClubPRIMARY SCHOOL SPORTS BOYConor O’Donnell, St. Patrick’s Boys N.S., CarndonaghPRIMARY SCHOOL SPORTS GIRLGemma McFadden, Kilmacrennan N.S.SECONDARY SCHOOL SPORTS BOYJamie Brennan, Magh Ene College, BundoranSECONDARY SCHOOL SPORTS GIRLArlene Crossan, Loreto Secondary School, LetterkennyTEAM MANAGER/COACHRay Durack, Donegal Hurling Team ManagerAPPRECIATIONHughie Rua Gallagher, GweedoreWinner: Jason BlackBRENDAN MCDAID MEMORIAL SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENTJason Black, Letterkenny (Mount Everest Ascent )TEAMDonegal GAA Senior Hurling TeamPRIMARY SCHOOLScoil Cholmcille, LetterkennyPRIMARY SCHOOL SPORTS TEACHERPauric McKinney, Scoil Íosagáin, BuncranaSECONDARY SCHOOLScoil Mhuire, BuncranaSECONDARY SCHOOL SPORTS TEACHERSeosamh Mac Ceallabhuí, Coláiste Ailigh, Leitir CeanainnINTERNATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTMaeve McCarron, Carrigart A.B.C.SPECIAL RECOGNITIONCiara Grant, Raheny UnitedHALL OF FAMEHughie “Dickie”Doherty, BuncranaOVERALL DONEGAL SPORTS STAR 2013 : … Jason Quigley, Finn Valley A.B.C.ALL THE WINNERS FROM THE DONEGAL SPORTS STAR AWARDS was last modified: February 1st, 2014 by John2Share 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:DONEGAL SPORTS STAR AWARDSwinners
Joey Barton’s Twitter tirade against his former QPR boss Neil Warnock inevitably dominates the back pages.Elsewhere, the R’s are to make an improved £3.5m bid for Tottenham midfielder Steven Pienaar and want his South Africa team-mate Daylon Claasen from Lierse, the Daily Mail reports.Rangers were given short shrift after making an initial enquiry for Pienaar but are said to still be keen to sign him. Linked with LA Galaxy.The Mail also say Stoke are interested in taking QPR’s out-of-favour forward DJ Campbell on loan for the rest of the season.Meanwhile, Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas has reportedly launched a £20m bid for Shakhtar Donetsk’s Brazilian midfielder Willian.And, based on David Beckham’s comments when asked about Frank Lampard, The Sun suggest LA Galaxy are looking to sign the Chelsea midfielder.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Twitter
CINCINNATI — On May 1, 2018, Brandon Crawford was the Giants’ biggest offensive liability, as the shortstop was hitting .189 with a paltry .537 on-base plus slugging percentage.On May 1, 2019, Crawford’s batting average was slightly higher than it was a year ago at .198, but his OPS was a club-worst .495.Crawford’s slow offensive start gave the Giants significant cause for concern a year ago, but after a dismal April, the left-handed hitter rebounded with two of the best months of his pro …
There’s a fusion of the entertainment and culinary worlds this weekend at the annual DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival! Brand South Africa is proud to partner with Proudly South African in hosting the Proudly SA village at this year’s event, taking place at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit on 22 & 23 September 2018 the festival features acts from overseas as well as many established local artists. The concept and production of the event is entirely home-grown which is in line with Brand South Africa’s role to promote buying locally produced goods and services. South Africa needs to support local in order to create jobs and to stimulate economic growth.The queen of soul, Erykah Badu will be the headline act at this year’s DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival, along with the likes of Jordan Rakei, Womandla (Feat. Lira, Simphiwe Dana and Amanda Black), Louie Vega, DJ Fresh and many more! Pop around for some selfie fun at the Proudly SA village; take pictures using our selfie frame, tag Brand South Africa and stand the chance of winning #BuyLocal hampers daily.For more information about the Festival and to purchase tickets, click here.
The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Channel View What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Tags:#mobile#Product Reviews#web frederic lardinois Related Posts As many of you probably know, we launched our very own iPhone app a few weeks ago. From within the app, you can read stories from all of our channels, including ReadWriteStart, ReadWriteEnterprise and ReadWriteCloud. In addition, you can share posts on Facebook and Twitter, read our Twitter feed, and send posts to Read it Later and Instapaper. Our friends at ZURB, a Bay Area interaction design and design strategy firm that has worked with the likes of eBay and Facebook, took a closer look at our app earlier last month and we would like to share their findings with you.Using the company’s Notable tool, ZURB gave us a lot of great feedback about the design of our app and it only seemed fair to share this with you. In the past, ZURB has critiqued web designs ranging from CNN and Twitter, to TechCrunch and MSN. Here are some excerpts from ZURB’s excellent critique. You can find the complete design review here.Hompage What the Next Version of Our App Could Look LikeZurb was also nice enough to mock up a better home screen for us. Here is what the next generation RWW iPhone app could look like: Get the AppIf you haven’t downloaded our iPhone app yet, head over here and give it a try. Rest assured that we have already taken some of ZURB’s feedback into account for the 1.1 version of our app. Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement
Kolkata: The West Bengal government is committed to the welfare of its people, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee asserted Wednesday. The CM, on the occasion of Universal Health Coverage Day, said all government-run hopitals and health centres provide treatment for free to those in need. “Today is Universal Health Coverage Day. In #Bangla, healthcare is free at govt hospitals and health centres. We have also set up fair-price medicine shops and diagnostic centres, ICCUs, HDUs, CCUs, mother & child hubs and more. We are committed to the welfare of all,” she tweeted. Universal Health Coverage (UHC) Day, observed every year on December 12, marks the anniversary of the first unanimous United Nations resolution calling for countries to provide affordable and quality healthcare to every person.
Karisma signs new deal to manage Montenegro resort MIAMI – Karisma Hotels & Resorts has set its sights on the tiny Balkan country of Montenegro, often referred to as the ‘Pearl of the Mediterranean.’The luxury hotel company, which owns and manages properties in Mexico, Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe, has just announced agreements between Karisma Adriatic, Wind Rose Resort and Transat France’s Look Voyages to manage the Wind Rose Resort in Montenegro. With this new deal, Karisma forges a new long-term partnership with tour operator Transat France, and becomes operator of 27 properties across seven countries.“We are very pleased to sign this milestone agreement with Transat France’s Look Voyages for Karisma Adriatic to manage Wind Rose Resort,” said Rafael Feliz, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Karisma Hotels & Resorts. “Karisma’s entry into Montenegro is an exciting step toward our continued global expansion and strengthens our presence along Europe’s magnificent Adriatic Sea. We look forward to setting new standards for upscale properties while delivering extraordinary and unforgettable vacation experiences for guests that value the utmost in quality at every touch point.”More news: Carnival Cruise Line enhances HUB app for families and youthLocated on the tip of the Adriatic Sea, the Wind Rose Resort features 106 rooms and apartments for 2017, two outdoor pools, two beach bars, two restaurants and two tennis courts. There’s also a gorgeous seafront beach plateau with 500 deck chairs, plus a children’s playground, mini zoo, open-air theatre and other recreational facilities.The resort offers an all-inclusive concept as part of Club Lookéa by Look Voyages. An all-inclusive package comprises flights, transfers, accommodations, gourmet meals, entertainment and sports activities.Wind Rose Resort by Karisma is the fifth property within Karisma’s European portfolio, which includes Allure Caramel, Sensimar Makarska, Sensimar Adriatic Beach Resort, and Sensimar Kalamota Island Resort. << Previous PostNext Post >>