Seeking My Dream hard to oppose

first_imgToday’s race meet at Caymanas Park signals the start of a new era – the privatisation of local racing with new owners Supreme Ventures Limited taking over the operation of the near 200-acre racing complex from the Government through divestment. The move was made official on Tuesday when Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited (SVREL), a subsidiary of lotto giant Supreme Ventures Limited, replaced Caymanas Track Limited as sole promoter. Meanwhile, the well supported 11-race programme will be highlighted by the annual renewal of the grade one Chairman’s Trophy over 1500 metres with a purse of $1.2 million. With six starters declared, the race marks the return of back-to-back ‘Horse of the Year’ SEEKING MY DREAM, who races for the first time since his impressive record time victory in the $13.9 million Diamond Mile on December 10 last year. Although racing for the first time in three months, SEEKING MY DREAM, to be ridden as usual by champion jockey Omar Walker for 16-time champion trainer Wayne DaCosta and member of parliament Derrick Smith, has been burning up the track at exercise, galloping six furlongs in a fast 1:11.4 on March 4 in preparation for the race. The five-year-old chestnut horse by Seeking The Glory out of the 2008 ‘Horse of the Year’ Alsafra has been allotted topweight of 57.0kg, but this will not deter him as he represents superior class in a field where three of the remaining starters are his stable-companions. His two legitimate competitors are the 2015 Superstakes winner FRANFIELD, who beat him by a length in this very race last year, and the American horse BRAWN. Both, however, were soundly beaten by the 2015 derby winner in the Diamond Mile and even though allowing 3.5kg and 7.0kg respectively to both, SEEKING MY DREAM is in such good nick that it will take a brave punter to oppose him. The Richard Azan-trained FRANFIELD under champion apprentice Bebeto Harvey has the capacity to rebound on his best form and should complete the exacta. Other firm fancies on the card are down in class UNBREAKABLE in the opening race over a mile, BUBBLING KITTEN for trainer Anthony ‘Baba’ Nunes in the knotty looking third race over 1200 metres, CRAFTY STAR in the sixth, recent winner STANISLAUS to repeat in the seventh and WARTIME in the 11th and final to be contested by the maximum 16 starters. SUPERIOR CLASSlast_img read more

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Parents Urged Not to Endanger their Kids

first_imgA partial view of parents at the program and Mr. Jones encouraging parents to invest in their kidsParents should rather educate their children instead of sending them to risk their lives between vehicles to become income earners, no matter the condition, Mr. Samuel Kofi Jones III told parents at the graduation ceremony of 18 kids from the Brucein H. M. Myers International School (Precious Jewels) located in Goba-Chop Road in Paynesville.Mr. Jones is the principal and president of the Kalita Community College on Pipeline Road in Paynesville. He spoke on Sunday to families of the 18 kids at the graduation program of three K-5 classes and 15 pre-schoolers, held at the Liberty Chapel in Wood Camp.Jones said giving quality education to kids, as exhibited by the Brucein H. M. Myers International School and reflected in the demonstrations by the graduation class, shows the value of imparting moral education to the kids. He was impressed with statements from the kids urging their parents to lead them to become people that society will be proud of; people who will love their country and assist each other.“Parents your kids are your future bank accounts,” Jones said, “so invest in their future and reap the benefits in the end.”He called on parents to make important spending quality time with their kids as they are growing up, because if that is not done, as the results are evident in the country, there is a high potential that they will grow into misfits, known as ‘zogoes’ in the Liberian society, who will become a danger to all.“Keep making use of spending useful time with your kids and in the end you will reap bountifully,” he said. He said twenty or more years from now, “these precious jewels will be the ones to determine the future of the country.”He commended parents, particularly mothers, for their love and care for their kids, and called on fathers to live up to the call of fatherhood to build a society that cares for the most fragile group in society.“I also want to commend the Brucein H. M. Myers International School for their commitment to making these precious jewels worth their value,” he said.The program also involved phonics drills, drama, career performance, vowel demonstration, among others. The K-5 class included Cecelia T. Dweh, Ambrose B. Czegarr and Beatrice Sherman, the dux.The pre-school graduates included Charles B. Norris, Mamie Sheriff, Chelsea P. K. Yarh, Beatrice J. Wreh, Cyrus Tokpa and Melvin D. Serah.Others were Richelieu Q. Davidson, K. Webster Nyanwor, Rhoda J. Yarkaduo, Cynnel M. Peters, Marron Pear, Confident S. Toe, Fatumata A.S. Konneh, Jackson Neufville and Benjamin G. Kezele.Four members of the graduating classShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Jubilee Park private company registered months after project started

first_img…Rupert Roopnaraine a Director, Minister Patterson misled Parliament − EdghillPublic Infrastructure Minister David Patterson on Monday disclosed to the National Assembly that a private company – Homestretch Development Inc – was initially responsible for works on the D’Urban Park Jubilee Project, but failed to announce that a Government Minister, Dr Rupert Roopnaraine was a director of the company.Public Infrastructure Minister David PattersonHe failed to disclose too that the private company was in fact only registered on January 22, 2016 with its office listed as Lot 18 Lamaha Street, Georgetown.These revelations were made on Tuesday, a day after Government defeated a motion in the National Assembly which had sought answers about the financing of the project.Opposition Members of Parliament, Gail Teixeira, Irfaan Ali and Bishop Juan Edghill met with members of the media at the People’s Progressive Party’s Freedom House headquarters, where they lamented the ongoing saga involving the multimillion-dollar project that was completed for Guyana’s 50th anniversary celebrations.Farmer directorAccording to Edghill, Minister Patterson in fact lied to the National Assembly when he provided the names of the directors of the company.Education Minister,Dr Rupert RoopnarainePatterson, during his presentation to the House on Monday, had listed an L London, B Ram, V Wilson and G Miller as the directors.Patterson in his presentation failed to disclose too that his colleague, Education Minister, Dr Rupert Roopnaraine was in fact a director on the company – a director that could have provided the intimate details sought but opted not to speak during the debate, instead ceding to the Public Infrastructure Minister.The other directors are Bobita Ram, a management executive; Victor Wilson, a farmer, and Gentian Miller, a teacher, while London is also listed as the company’s secretary.Edghill is adamant that had Government been interested in supplying the nation with information Minister Roopnaraine would have made a presentation during the debate, instead of allowing Minister Patterson to make the revelations—revelations that Edghill has since challenged Patterson to rebut as not being lies to the National Assembly.Edghill used the occasion to repeat his assertion that even members of the Government did not know what was going on with the D’Urban Park Project and that the names of the Directors had only moments before been slipped to Minister Patterson – a list that failed to take into account the Education Minister.Independence ArchThe Opposition Member of Parliament is adamant that the names were only slipped to Patterson, and what transpired in the House was a charade, asking why it was not revealed that Dr Roopnaraine was in fact a director of the company.According to Edghill, “Here it is, we have a company registered in January of this year, but all of us are aware that since September last year works were ongoing on D’Urban Park.”These works, he observed, were being undertaken by the same group of persons that had been involved in the rehabilitation of the Independence Arch and the swearing-in ceremony of the President.The questions which now beg to be asked, according to Edghill, is who was collecting money on behalf of the project before it was incorporated in January this year and under what authority.He was adamant that monies had to have been collected prior to the incorporation of Homestretch Development Inc since there was construction work done on the site prior to January. He recalled too that the site was in fact used as part of the nation’s Republic celebrations in February of this year.Edghill has since also sought to query what falling out, if any, caused President David Granger to take the project from under the purview of Homestretch Development Inc since it must have been Government that instigated the setting up of the private company for the projectHe questioned whether the monies solicited by Homestretch Development Inc had ran out, whether there had been a misappropriation of the funds or whether there was some breach of the agreement between the private company and Government.PenaltiesEdghill also questioned whether at the time of the takeover by the Public Infrastructure Ministry whether the private company had any monies in any bank accounts and what obtained with this money.Edghill has since argued that Government and the donors need to come clean on the funding for the project since the donations were not to a political party but to the State.Describing the entire sordid affair as a scandal of monumental proportions, the former Minister said the donors must come clean on how the donations were solicited and by whom in Government.Former Government Minister Irfaan Ali also used the occasion to point out that the PPP/C was exploring its options on the way forward since the Fiscal Management and Accountability Act did provide penalties.Ali maintains that according to the laws of Guyana, all of the money collected for the project is by definition public money and should be treated as such, inclusive of its accounting, deposits and expenditure.He queried whether there was an account for the donations, who were the signatories and which bank was used?According to Ali, Homestretch Development Inc had to have been given the authority by way of a Government instrument in order to collect monies on behalf of the State.The parliamentary debate, he said, has led to many more questions and has opened up many new interesting dynamics.Responding to assertions by Public Infrastructure Minister Patterson that the Finance Minister did not breach the laws that provide for accessing State funds as was adumbrated by the Auditor General, the PPP representatives were adamant that Minister Jordan was no demigod that can determine when and how he spend taxpayers money since this was dictated by law.The PPP representatives pointed out that Homestretch Development Inc has not accounted for a dime it collected and this was compounded by a raid on the treasury in order to complete the project.The D’Urban Park project, according to the PPP representatives, has clearly displayed to the people of Guyana the A Partnership for National Unity-Alliance For Change Government “is practising corruption in some of its highest form.”last_img read more

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NHL notes: Forsberg to debut at home

first_imgThe trade marked the biggest in the NHL before the deadline. Nashville gave up two young players – forward Scottie Upshall and defenseman Ryan Parent, along with two draft picks – in exchange for the 33-year-old Forsberg. He had 11 goals and 29 assists in 40 games for the Flyers this season, but has been hampered by an injury to his right foot that caused him to question if this might be his final season. Korolyuk returns to Sharks: The San Jose Sharks reacquired forward Alex Korolyuk, trading a conditional third-round pick to the New Jersey Devils for a veteran forward with plenty of experience in their system. Korolyuk had 62 goals and 80 assists over parts of sixseasons with the Sharks. The Devils acquired Korolyuk on Oct. 1 from the Sharks, but never expected him to play in New Jersey. Phoenix signs Tellqvist, Zigomanis: Goalie Mikael Tellqvist and center Mike Zigomanis have re-signed with the Phoenix Coyotes. Both agreed to two-year deals, the Coyotes said. Terms weren’t disclosed. Tellqvist was acquired Nov. 28 in a trade that sent Tyson Nash and a fourth-round draft pick to Toronto. The Coyotes initially signed Zigomanis as a free agent July 26. He has played in 52 games for Phoenix, setting career highs in goals (10), assists (seven) and points (17). Peter Forsberg will make his debut today with the Nashville Predators on home ice. Traded to Nashville from Philadelphia on Thursday, a chance remained that the star center would join his new team against the Blues. Instead, he’ll make his first appearance with the Predators when they host Minnesota. center_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Chicharito dreaming of ‘the impossible’

first_img0Shares0000Javier Hernandez scored his 50th international goal for MexicoYEKATERINBURG, Russia, June 26 – Javier Hernandez said on Tuesday that a buoyant Mexico want to “accomplish the impossible” and win the World Cup in Russia, on the eve of their clash with Sweden.The Mexicans have repeatedly failed to go beyond the last 16 in recent decades, but the West Ham United striker nicknamed Chicharito wants this time to be different. Mexico have one foot in the last 16 once more having won both their Group F matches, and Hernandez told reporters: “The best things about dreams is to share them, share them with people like you who are dreamers.“Like you, were are not just dreamers, but work hard to make those dreams come true.”He added: “We want to accomplish the impossible.”The 30-year-old striker’s goal in the 2-1 victory over South Korea on Saturday made him the first Mexican player to score 50 goals for his country (in 104 appearances).It was also further evidence — coupled with a 1-0 victory over reigning world champions Germany — that Mexico can erase the pain of recent history.They have never won the World Cup and the last time they went beyond the last 16 was in 1986, on home turf, when they were beaten on penalties in the quarter-finals by what was then West Germany.That equalled the best appearance by Mexico at a World Cup.Mexico must finish the job in the group stages against Sweden on Wednesday at Yekaterinburg Arena, where a point will be enough to see them through.Mexico have six points and are top of the group with their opponents Sweden and Germany battling it out on three.“We still have not qualified but who would have said we would have six points by now?” asked Hernandez, a former Manchester United forward who always appears happiest wearing the green of his country.“I try to look at life as a great opportunity, it is going to be a great match.”0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Producers take out trade ads to make case

first_imgProducers took out full-page ads in Monday’s trade papers to state their case in the strike by Hollywood writers. In ads in Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, studios emphasized that writers already get paid when TV episodes and films are downloaded from Internet stores such as Apple Inc.’s iTunes. The ads from the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers also stated that writers get a fee, or residual, when episodes or films are rented online. Headlined “Setting the Record Straight,” the ads offered the group’s most extensive public statement on Internet payments since the strike began on Nov. 5. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre The Writers Guild of America said proposals by producers would have “decimated writers’ incomes.” The alliance “told us in negotiations that new media was going to cannibalize traditional media,” said Neal Sacharow, a spokesman for the writers. “Therefore, we need a fair residual formula just to keep up.” The union resumed its picketing Monday at studios. In the latest ploy to keep the nation’s attention focused on their weeklong labor dispute, some writers toted their kids to picket lines outside studios Monday. Parents took advantage of the Veterans Day school holiday to take about 100 kids to a picket line outside Disney studios in Burbank. Writers do not get paid when TV shows are streamed for free on advertising-supported network sites such as ABC.com or HULU.com. But the ads said a proposal to pay writers for that streaming was on the table when talks broke off on Nov. 4. Producers said payments from digital rentals and downloads were part of the more than $260 million in “record-breaking residuals” paid to members of the Writers Guild of America’s West Coast branch in 2006. Producers said the figure came from the union’s 2006 annual report, which didn’t break down what percentage of the residuals came from digital distribution. Writers have said they were fighting for a percentage of revenue from advertising-supported streaming. They also want a larger percentage of revenue from downloading, arguing that digital distribution is reducing payments that used to come from networks repeating TV episodes on broadcast channels. The union has invited actors to join its picket lines today in Los Angeles. Members of the union’s East Coast branch were expected to stage a protest on Wall Street. Both branches sent a letter of support Monday to striking Broadway stagehands. Members of Local One of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees went on strike Nov. 10 against Broadway producers, shuttering some of New York’s most popular plays and musicals. “Just as you have stood with us in our current strike against the motion picture and television studios and networks, so, too, do we stand with you as you seek the fair and respectful contract that you have earned and deserve,” the letter states.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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DELIGHT FOR ARENA 7 AS THEY RECEIVE CUSTOMER SERVICE EXCELLENCE AWARD

first_imgBUSINESS: In January last year, Arena 7 entered into a 10 month programme of continuous improvement through Customer Service Excellence Ireland.The initial phase of the programme involved measurement of the then standards of customer service and where opportunities existed to further improve the service offering to the customers at the popular Letterkenny Entertainment Complex. This assessment involved management and staff as well as several customer service audits in order to get a high quality base measurement of standards.All 60 staff at Arena 7 took part in several training initiatives where they themselves created improvement suggestions all aimed at improving the customer experience.Customer Service Excellence Ireland facilitated the workshops but it was the contribution from the Arena 7 team which made the difference through positive and honest suggestions.The Customer Service Excellence programme is one that was used with great success at the London Olympic games 2012 as well as with Chelsea Football Club in their corporate hospitality. In Ireland, the Cliffs of Moher, which is Ireland’s busiest visitor attraction are among 50 companies who now use the programme.Arena 7 is therefore in good company and alongside world leaders in the delivery of its customer service standards.Toni Sidonio of Customer Service Excellence Ireland said, “We provided the training concept and content but the whole idea is that management and staff, such as those in Arena 7, are best placed to create improved change.“They were brilliant and everything discussed was with the customer in mind. Arena 7 are exactly the type of company who we are delighted to work with”.Following the training phase of the CSEI programme, Arena 7 set about to embed the improvements into their day-to-day offer.There followed a series of further customer service visits – all with the aim of capturing excellence in action at the venue. These follow up customer service audits saw a significant and positive increase in the service quality resulting in a score enjoyed only by three other business in Ireland in 2015 who are involved in the CSEI programme.“Arena 7 recently returned a customer experience score of 97% and only two others in Ireland have managed to reach those heights”, said Toni Sidonio of CSEI.Arena 7 is owned and managed by Letterkenny Enda Nicholls who has had a very busy few years in improving the overall offer.The Woodberry Grill in particular is a most popular eating house. Enda has been involved in several Letterkenny Pubs in the past as well as having experience in the New York market.He was involved in the recent purchase of the Brewery Bar at the Market square.Delighted with the Customer Service Excellence Ireland recognition, Enda this week said;“We believe that customer service is at the very centre of all that we do here at Arena 7.“We may have faith, as we do, in our food quality, the quality of our leisure offer, be that bowling, laser, etc…however ultimately it is how people feel while they visit us that is the most important element.“We were delighted to work with CSEI and of course delighted with the recognition, which is a reflection of the team here and their efforts.”DELIGHT FOR ARENA 7 AS THEY RECEIVE CUSTOMER SERVICE EXCELLENCE AWARD was last modified: February 2nd, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare 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:Arena 7BusinessCustomer ServiceExcellencenewslast_img read more

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LETTERKENNY WOMEN SCOOPS €20,000 ON NATIONAL LOTTERY’S MONEY SPINNER EVENT

first_imgPictured at the presentation of winning cheques were, from left to right: Brian Ormond, Money Spinner Host; Mary Foley, the winning player and Gerry O’Donoghue, The National Lottery. The winning ticket was purchased in Reidy’s Centra, Coyrig, Foynes, Co. Limerick.Letterkenny women Mary Foley  was over the moon after she scooped €20,000 on the National Lottery’s money spinner event at the weekend.Mary also won a city break at the event which was held at the National Lottery offices in Dublin on Saturday.Donegal’s love affair with the money spinning game-show continues with Mary’s win coming hot on the heels of Eamon Foy’s win last weekend at Lough Eske. Mary left Dublin absolutely delighted last weekend, and hopefully the thousands of Donegal fans heading to Croker this weekend will have a similar feeling of joy after both the minors and seniors defeat the Dubs. LETTERKENNY WOMEN SCOOPS €20,000 ON NATIONAL LOTTERY’S MONEY SPINNER EVENT was last modified: August 25th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:FeaturesletterkennylotteryMary FoleynewsNoticesvictorylast_img read more

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BUNCRANA ANTI-WATER TAX CAMPAIGNERS HOPEFUL OF DEAL WITH IRISH WATER ON METERS

first_imgA meeting will take place today between anti-water tax campaigners and Gardai in a bid to come to a peaceful solution to the proposed installation of water meters in Buncrana.Donegal protestors at a previous march. Pic by Northwest Newspix.The Buncrana Against Irish Water group have met to discuss the best way to oppose the fitting of meters in their area.The group brought their proposals to local Garda Community Liaison Officer Sgt Barrett in an effort to mediate with Irish Water contractors. Spokesman for BAIW spokesman James Quigly told Donegal Daily they are hopeful of a sensible outcome.“We think it is worth investigating the possibility of an agreement whereby the subcontractors could install meters in properties who want them but accept the wishes of those who do not want them,” he said.And the group’s spokesman added that they do not wish any kind of confrontation with Irish Water workers.“We do not want violence and I am sure the gardai don’t either. It is up to Irish Water, GMC Sierra and the government now, do they want to resolve this confrontation peacefully?” The working committee is representative of most areas of Buncrana and suggest all activists and those households in the penninsula who are against Irish Water railroading the installation of meters to form groups locally.Mr Quigley addd “Remember Irish Water can not cut your water off, cannot take money from your wages, pension, wages or dole.“We advise everyone even those who have signed the so called contract, those who are unable to confront Irish Water on your property, those who are tenants or landlords to put up our sign or written No Water Meter here.”   BUNCRANA ANTI-WATER TAX CAMPAIGNERS HOPEFUL OF DEAL WITH IRISH WATER ON METERS was last modified: February 11th, 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) Tags:buncranadonegalGardaiwater meterslast_img read more

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MORE THAN 730 TONNES OF ELECTRICAL WASTE COLLECTED IN DONEGAL IN 2014

first_imgEight collection depots have been established to take part in the WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Ireland public collection days throughout Donegal this August.Indeed the county’s record of compliance has been excellent and Donegal County Council is asking the public to continue this proud tradition over the coming weeks.WEEE Ireland, which was established ten years ago, recently announced their milestone figures for electric and battery recycling over the past ten years. The figures also revealed that in the last year alone it has collected almost 733 tonnes of electronic waste from Donegal in 2014. This equates to an astounding 5kg per person in Donegal, over EU target of 4kg per head.Over 50 tonnes of electrical waste came from WEEE Ireland collections days that were held throughout the county, filling almost 11 large trucks.Since 2005 WEEE Ireland have increased the WEEE take back rate in their collection areas, including Donegal, to over 50% of household WEEE. This means the scheme has already surpassed the 2016 EU target (45%) on behalf of its members.It’s also worth noting that:• Over 70 electrical items per Donegal household were collected for recycling since 2005. • An average of almost 5kg of electrical waste recycled per person in Donegal in 2014, over the EU target of 4kg per head• Most Donegal people are now aware that we can recycle WEEE for free but 1 in 4 are still hoarding or putting electrical waste in the rubbish bin at home• Ireland is a WEEE recycling champion – all WEEE Ireland’s recycling contractors have recently received the European WEEE label of excellence standard – WEEELABEX for high quality electrical waste management processesThe local collections this month are fixed as follows from 10am-4pm each day:August 8Falcarragh – Fawnmore, opposite Cassidy’s Quarry;Carrigart – Chapel car park;Bunbeg – Údarás na Gaeltachta Industrial Estate at the former Comer Yarns car park;August 15Buncrana – Nailor’s Row car park, opposite the Credit Union on the Cockhill Road;Lifford – Lifford-Clonleigh Resource Centre, Croaghan HeightsAugust 22Killybegs – Shore Road car parkBundoran – Town Centre car park across from the cinemaGlencolmcille – rear of the local Fire Station These free WEEE Ireland events allow people to get rid of any household electrical equipment and batteries in a safe and environmentally friendly manner.

Anything in the home with a battery or a plug can be recycled at these collections. Waste collection specialists from WEEE Ireland will be there on the day to help you send your toasters, vacuum cleaners, fridges and every other electrical item imaginable to a better place.For more information about the service in Donegal see http://www.donegalcoco.ie/services/environment/information%20for%20householders/weeerecycling/MORE THAN 730 TONNES OF ELECTRICAL WASTE COLLECTED IN DONEGAL IN 2014 was last modified: August 5th, 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

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