Persistence wins day for Dockers’ Memorial

first_imgNewsLocal NewsPersistence wins day for Dockers’ MemorialBy admin – August 17, 2009 590 Advertisement Previous articleGardaí investigate sexual assaultNext articleSpiritStore admin Facebook Linkedin Printcenter_img Email Twitter WhatsApp WORK on a bronze monument to commemorate the thousands of Limerick dockers, is to commence shortly.Two years ago, Limerick City Council agreed to finance the project and a special committee, chaired by Cllr Jim Long, was set up to oversee the project.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up There was a very positive response to the invitation for design submissions for the work and an appropriate riverside location was agreed on.,“However, the project ran into some trouble when funding was cut back and we had to delay it, but I’m now absolutely thrilled that our persistence to have a fitting monument erected to the generations of men who worked under very harsh conditions for very little pay, is now about to be delivered,” Cllr Long told the Limerick Post.  “The original funding has had to be reduced, due to the current economic climate – we have 77,000 euro but are fairly confident of getting some additional private investment. I’m absolutely delighted that our promise to the families and descendants of the men who worked in the docks, can now be fulfilled.“Work will commence shortly on the monument, which has been commissioned, and we are very hopeful for completion before Christmas”.The site on which it will be erected is on the riverside quay, opposite the former ESB offices, on Honan’s Quay.Cllr Long confirmed that the committee will also proceed with producing memorial scrolls on velum, recording the name and employment periods of former dockers, which will be presented to their descendants.A spokesperson for City Hall said that the Limerick sculptor, Michael Duhan, originally from Wolfe Tone Street, whose father worked in the docks, has been commissioned to execute the work, and she also confirmed their optimism for private investment.last_img read more

Demand for senior staff up 20 per cent

first_imgDemand for senior staff up 20 per centOn 8 Feb 2000 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article • Advertised demand for senior executives was running 20 per cent higher inthe last quarter of 1999 compared with a year earlier, a survey by TMP.MSLreports. The recruitment consultancy found that all job categories exceptdesign and research & development registered increases in demand.Demand for general management was more than double that of the previousyear, while in accountancy it was a quarter higher. Personnel senior staffinglevels were up 13 per cent.www.tmpexec.co.uk Related posts:No related photos.last_img

Executive Board of BiH’s Football Association decided will Prosinecki continue to be the Head Coach

first_imgSession of the Executive Board of the Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) in Sarajevo on Tuesday analyzed the results so far of the “A” selection in the qualifying matches for the 2020 European Championships.Particular attention was paid to the analysis of the work of the “A” selection staff, after the coach Robert Prosinecki announced his resignation in the future after the match with the Armenian national team.As the resignation of the selectors was not formally submitted in writing, all relevant circumstances in the matter were discussed at the session. Adequate measures have been taken to address the new situation, based on the analysis and opinion of the Technical Committee of the NS / FS BiH, as well as other elements related to professional work.After analyzing and identifying the possible causes that put our “A” selection in the difficult position of achieving direct placement through qualification at EURO 2020, a discussion was opened in which members of the Executive Board took part.A framework work plan for the next period has been drawn up with the aim of finding the best solutions in the direction of accomplishing the task, placement of “A” selection for the 2020 European Championship.Considering the objective situation and the current state of affairs, and taking into account the real circumstances and qualitative arguments, it was concluded that the Executive Board gives full support to selector Robert Prosinecki until the end of the EURO 2020 qualification cycle, as defined in the signed contract.With certainty, changing the selectors at the moment would not have a positive effect, and our chances of placement through the group stage are still possible, realistic and achievable.last_img read more

Help wanted: Sheriff Office Detention Officer

first_imgHelp wanted: Detention Officer I – Sheriff Deputy. Pay range $11.64 – $19.10. HS diploma or GED.  Position processes inmates through detention facility.  Maintains security of inmates in facility and during transport.  Prepares reports and maintains records.  Candidate must pass a Criminal History background check.  Must have a valid KS driver’s license.Apply on line at www.HRePartners.com.  Application closing date 05/05/2015.  Complete job description available at Sumner Co. Clerk’s Office, 501 N. Washington, Rm 101, Wellington Ks 67152, ph 620-326-3395. EOElast_img

Alex Peters is England’s top woman golfer for 2013

first_img14 Sep 2013 Alex Peters is England’s top woman golfer for 2013 International Alex Peters has won a nip-and-tuck race to top the England Golf ladies’ order of merit, sponsored by the golf tour operator Lorrin Golf.Alex, from Notts Ladies’ (image © Leaderboard Photography), has claimed the title of England’s top woman golfer by a tiny margin from fellow international, Sarah-Jane Boyd of Cornwall.The two players were neck-and-neck over the closing stages of the competition. Sarah-Jane took the advantage after the British stroke play championship – where she tied seventh – but Alex snatched back the top spot in the penultimate event when she tied third in the Royal Birkdale scratch trophy.Third place went to Meghan MacLaren of Northamptonshire, while Georgia Hall, the British amateur champion from Dorset, was fourth.“I’ve had a good year and I’m really pleased to have won the order of merit,” said Alex, 19, who thanked Lorrin Golf for their support.“It’s a big thing to win because it shows that all my hard work has paid off. I’ve been steady throughout the year and it proves that you don’t need to win, but you do need to be consistent to get to the top.”David Kelly, the managing director of Lorrin Golf, commented: “Lorrin Golf would like to congratulate Alex Peters on her fantastic golf throughout 2013. As winner of the England Golf order of merit we wish Alex all the very best for her new challenges in 2014.”Alex, who has represented England since she was 14, was runner-up in both the English amateur and Welsh stroke play championships. She also reached the last 16 in the British amateur championship.Other highlights of her year included representing GB&I in the Vagliano Trophy match against the Continent of Europe. She was the only GB&I player to win her singles on the second day.Now she plans another year in amateur ranks and will be targeting a place in the 2014 Curtis Cup team.Women’s Order of Merit, sponsored by Lorrin GolfLeading final places:1 Alexandra Peters (Notts Ladies)2 Sarah Jane Boyd (Truro)3 Meghan MacLaren (Wellingborough)4 Georgia Hall (Remedy Oak)5 Gabriella Cowley (Brocket Hall)6 Rachael Goodall (Heswall)7 Charlotte Thomas (Singapore)8 Emma Tayler (Saunton)9 Samantha Fuller (Roehampton)10 Charlotte Thompson (Channels)last_img read more