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MAN RUSHED TO HOSPITAL AFTER SETTING HIMSELF ON FIRE

first_imgA Donegal man is fighting for his life after setting himself on fire.The man, who is in his 60s, set himself on fire near Ballintra before 8pm.The Rescue 118 helicopter managed to rush the man to Dublin’s St James Hospital where he is being treated by medical teams. The man has been placed in the serious burns unit where doctors are battling to save his life. MAN RUSHED TO HOSPITAL AFTER SETTING HIMSELF ON FIRE was last modified: August 5th, 2014 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:BallintradonegalfireGardailast_img read more

The Inishowen Rabbit Catcher snares a new audience after documentary!

first_img“The Last Rabbit Catcher” a documentary highlighting the life and work of professional Rabbit controller & Inishowen man, Steven McGonigal aired on BBC 1 Northern Ireland recently.Produced by Northern Ireland company, Westway productions, the producers behind the fantastic Lesser Spotted Ulster presented by Joe Mahon, who is no stranger to our screens, the documentary was received fantastically well by the public.The programme followed Steven as he went about his daily work as a Rabbit controller and highlighted the traditional methods he uses and how everything goes back into the food chain. Steven discusses his work and life in depth and his disdain for the modern method of gassing rabbits, preferring instead the traditional methods used for centuries which are humane and environmentally friendly. Carndonagh veterinary surgeon, Anne Scott makes an appearance in the programme as well as Steven takes his dog Fudge for a check up at her surgery.Speaking on the documentary Steven said the film has gone down really well.“Working with the Westway team and Joe Mahon was a great experience, it gave me a great opportunity to show Country Sports in its true light and it has been received incredibly well.“My aim from the start was for our sports to be shown as they are and not how they are perceived, and I think the team did an outstanding job. “I received many, many messages of support from both inside the country sports community and well beyond, it has been truly amazing”.The programme is still available to view on BBC Iplayer for the next 30 days.The Inishowen Rabbit Catcher snares a new audience after documentary! was last modified: October 3rd, 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:BBCdocumentarydonegalInishowenThe Last Rabbit Catcherlast_img read more

Geocaching on the River – Geocaching.com Presents

first_img SharePrint RelatedGeocaching.com Spoiler Alert – The Air of Your WaysJuly 12, 2012In “Geocaching.com Videos”Geocaching.com Presents: CITO – Hamburg to PragueJanuary 19, 2012In “Environmental Initiatives””Night Caching” A Geocaching.com Lost & Found VideoNovember 23, 2010In “Community” [Click CC for English, French, Italian, Bulgarian and Czech subtitles][vsw id=”k8pgfbPO2aM” source=”youtube” width=”425″ height=”344″ autoplay=”no”]Watch this video to float along with a group of Czech geocachers as they navigate through fast-moving water on the river, and navigate to geocaches on shore. River geocaching Event Caches take adventures on a unique journey – often involving camping, cooking over a bonfire, and of course caching. This annual river caching event in the Czech Republic grows each year. Watch the video to see why, and gather ideas for your own river caching Event Cache in your part of the world.Click the image to watch the Geocaching on the River videoSubscribe to the official Geocaching.com YouTube channel to be one of the first to see new videos about the evolving world of geocaching. Watch the more than 50 videos produced by Geocaching.com on our video page.Share with your Friends:Morelast_img read more

To Those About To Demo: How to Deal With Your 15 Minutes of Fame

first_imgTop Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Related Posts Tags:#start 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…center_img Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… For the fortunate startups selected to present at any of several large tech conferences this summer and fall, the experience is fraught with excitement, opportunity, and pitfalls in equal measure.Here’s a round up of words from the wise, including veteran investor Mark Suster on surviving the hype cycle, analyst Sean Power on navigating traffic spikes, entrepreneur Jason Calacanis on how to demo, and our thoughts on the benefits and drawbacks of launching a company or product at a conference.The AnalystFirst of all, be prepared for a high tide of website visitors. “This is an unprecedented influx of attention,” writes Power in a recent blog post. “It may be the single biggest traffic spike you’ll ever experience. Thousands of visitors will drive by your site, stay for a minute, and leave – never to return. After the bump, you’ll feel a tremendous rush of adrenaline, then deep, soul-sucking disillusionment as your traffic dwindles back to its former levels.”So, how to capitalize on the opportunity and make sure those visitors return? Gather lots of data, track and measure users’ behavior down to the twitch of a mouse, solicit user feedback, and – most importantly – make sure your servers can handle the traffic.The EntrepreneurWe also saw a string of blog posts from Calacanis on how to demo, how to run a trade show booth, and other handy conference tips. “After doing 2,500 minutes of demos (40 hours) this year and many more last year… I’ve learned a lot about what makes for a great demo and what makes for a horrible demo,” he wrote in this post. “Since demoing your idea is a key to your success as an entrepreneur, I thought I would share everything I know in a few simple bullet points.”Simply put, Calacanis advises startups to show the product quickly, get the presentation over with in 5 minutes or less, leave audiences wanting more, talk about accomplishments rather than roadmaps, understand the competition, give short answers, and never-but-never use PowerPoint. In part two of his tutorial, he gets into greater detail, such as handling technical issues and choosing the best method for “the setup,” or the first 30 seconds of a presentation.See that? That’s a tech startup conference spotlight, and it’s coming right at you. Image courtesy of Twiistup founder Mike Macadaan.The JournalistAs far as media coverage is concerned, launching during a major tech event can be dicey business. Written last year, these words from former RWW blogger Josh Catone still ring true: “Out of necessity, many of the reviews we wrote of the startups launching at those events were half-assed – we were more concerned with covering as much as possible as we were with writing quality critiques of the startups launching. And that wasn’t really our fault: There were just too many startups coming down the pipeline at once.”He continued to note that search traffic and Techmeme placement for two specific conferences were on a downward trend, and concluded, “Neither seem like they’ll be any better at acquiring users than any other time you could pick to launch (and might be worse, given the increased levels of startup noise during the events).”On the not-so-off chance that your startup does not become the buzzed-up darling of this year’s tech conference, you must inevitably resort to getting press the old-fashioned way: by emailing your friendly tech blogger/reporter types.The InvestorFinally, we come to this insightful post from Suster. “Today I want to talk about Kool Aid. Yours. Don’t drink it. I know you’re thinking that you have your head on straight but I promise you the experience of finding yourself in this maelstrom will leave any first time entrepreneur spinning. Fame and adoration corrupts first timers. And if you’re not careful you might start to believe your own hype.”Suster continues to spin his own tale from the trenches when he launched his first company. The story is replete with funding from Goldman Sachs, press from Time and the Wall Street Journal, and champagne with Bernard Arnault. The trouble was, Suster had sipped his own Kool-Aid. The company had raised too much money, hired too many people, had too many air-castle-construction discussions, and wasted time while reading their own press. His expert advice makes the post worth reading for any startup about to get major attention from press and investors.And of course, to all those startups about to demo, we salute you. jolie odelllast_img read more

Man booked for raping minor girl in Palghar

first_imgThe police have registered a case against the driver of a private jeep for allegedly raping a 15-year-old girl at Mokhada town in Maharashtra’s Palghar district, the district police said on Friday. The incident took place on October 19, when the victim, a resident of Kurudpada, Jawhar, was travelling in a private jeep, commonly used by locals in the area, the official said. Instead of stopping the vehicle at Kurudpada, the driver Dileep Bhore allegedly dropped the other passengers in the vehicle first, and then stopped the jeep at an isolated road, he added. The accused then allegedly forced the victim out of the vehicle, took her to a field nearby and raped her, he said. The traumatised victim filed a complaint on Thursday, the official said. A case under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act has been registered against the alleged accused, police PRO Hemant Katkar said, adding that no arrest has been made so far.last_img read more

HTC One E8, One M8 Eye and Desire Eye start receiving Marshmallow update

first_imgHTC has updated most of its flagship devices with the Android Marshmallow. The Taiwanese company is now focusing on updating the mid range devices that were originally left out of the update list. Last year’s HTC Desire Eye will also be included in the list of devices that are receiving Android’s latest operating system. Apart from the Desire Eye, the update will be rolled out to  the One E8 and the One M8 Eye. The Htc One E8 has already started receiving the update in China and is expected to hit the other markets in a few week’s time. The Htc One M8 Eye is also speculated to get the update within the end of this month. The update will pushed out via OTA. The One E8 sports a 5 inch 1080p display and is powered by the dated Snapdragon 801 which is assisted by 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM. On the camera front, the device sports a 13 Megapixel primary camera and a 5 Megapixel front facing snapper.last_img read more

10 months agoBrother of AC Milan signing Lucas Paqueta trialling with Monza

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Brother of AC Milan signing Lucas Paqueta trialling with Monzaby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveAC Milan signing Lucas Paqueta has been joined by brother Matheus in Italy.MilanNews reports Matheus is trialling with Silvio Berlusconi’s Monza.The Brazilian is training with Monza, who are currently 12th in the Serie C Girone B table.The club is situation very close to Milan, so the two brothers will be able to live nearby.Matheus currently plays for Brazilian second division side Avai. last_img

a month agoChelsea striker Abraham: My form thanks to teammates and manager

first_imgChelsea striker Abraham: My form thanks to teammates and managerby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea striker Tammy Abraham credits his form to manager Frank Lampard and his teammates.Abraham drew a blank for their Champions League defeat to Valencia last night, but refuses to dwell on the result.”I have to give it (my personal form) to the manager and players,” he said. “I had a little situation against Liverpool where I missed a penalty myself and from there they just supported me and believed in me.”I’m playing with such great players who create chances, so I just have to be in the right place at the right time. It’s always nice to know manager believes in you. Every game you want to do your best for him.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

3 days ago​Robertson hails Liverpool teammate Lallana: A top, top professional

first_imgAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say ​Robertson hails Liverpool teammate Lallana: A top, top professionalby Freddie Taylor3 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool left back Andy Roberston was full of praise for midfielder Adam Lallana.The Englishman has not received too many chances to shine in the team this season.But when he came on for the Reds against Manchester United, he scored the Reds’ equaliser, which got them a point in a tight contest at Old Trafford.Speaking about Lallana after the game, Robertson told Liverpoolfc.com: “Amazing, because he struggled with injuries, he has come back and got injured again and stuff like that, so he has struggled.”Adam feels it as well because you can see when he is injured. Nobody likes it when you are injured, but he managed to pick himself up, he is now fit and he has been unbelievable this season in training. He has been giving 100 per cent.”In the changing rooms before games he is one of the loudest. He could easily be quiet as he is on the bench and not playing. But the way he has conducted himself – and, to be fair, [along with] all of the lads who haven’t played as much as they would have wanted – Adam is a top, top professional and a top, top guy.”I’m absolutely delighted for him that he could get on the end of it. “When he came on I thought he was brilliant and I thought he changed the game. To get that goal, it will do a world of good for him and his confidence and I think we’ll see a lot more from him.” last_img read more

Government Moving to Bolster the National Security Council in Law

first_img Prime Minister Andrew Holness says the Government will establish the National Security Council (NSC) in law.Speaking in Parliament yesterday (June 28) during the debate on the Law Reform (Zones of Special Operations) (Special Security and Community Development Measures) Act 2017, Mr Holness said the architecture is being put in place to ensure that Jamaica has a modern response to its national security.“We will be bringing to Parliament a law to establish it (the NSC). There is a consideration to have a member of the Opposition to be in attendance. I am hoping that will become a permanent part of the national security architecture,” said Mr Holness.The NSC is chaired by Prime Minister Holness who is also Minister of Defence. It includes the heads of the security forces along with the Ministers of National Security, Justice, Finance and Foreign Affairs and the National Security Advisor. It has been in operation since 1977.Prime Minister Holness assured that the NSC does not remove the separation of operation and policy from existing bodies in government. He says the NSC will hold the police accountable for how they use their powers of operation.“The police, the military and MOCA will have their operational duties. The job of the Government is to create the legal framework in which they [the security forces] can operate and hold them accountable. So we are evolving into a better model of ensuring that the people of Jamaica are better served in terms of their safety and security,” said Prime Minister Holness.In the meantime, the Prime Minister hailed the ‘Special Zones’ Bill as a wise decision to tackle crime.He says the Bill makes it clear that crime must exist in the area being declared a special zone and therefore there is no issue of political selection of areas.“The Bills says you must select areas where it is evident that there is a crime problem. So we can’t go into any area and declare it a zone, and in operations terms, we would not have the resources to willy-nilly declare areas zones. We would have to be selective and go into areas where resources bring an impact. It is evidential. It is not left up to the Prime Minister’s whims and fancies. In the law there are parameters. More than that, it is the Prime Minister acting on the advice of not only Cabinet but also the National Security Council,” added Mr Holness.The Bill has safeguards to ensure the protection of citizens and to ensure the joint police – military command is held accountable.Prime Minister Holness said the joint command is required to report to the NSC every ten (10) days during the designation of the special operation. Support from social intervention agencies will also be part of the operation.Parliament yesterday unanimously approved the Bill.The Bill will be tabled in the Senate on Friday and debated next week. Prime Minister Andrew Holness says the Government will establish the National Security Council (NSC) in law. Speaking in Parliament yesterday (June 28) during the debate on the Law Reform (Zones of Special Operations) (Special Security and Community Development Measures) Act 2017, Mr Holness said the architecture is being put in place to ensure that Jamaica has a modern response to its national security. Prime Minister Holness assured that the NSC does not remove the separation of operation and policy from existing bodies in government. He says the NSC will hold the police accountable for how they use their powers of operation. Story Highlightslast_img read more