Families on the housing waiting list will be setting up their new homes in Gleann na Greine as the let is agreed on the Stranorlar local authority scheme.Twenty-one houses were built in the turnkey development at Gleann na Greine at Mullindrait – eighteen 3-bedroom houses and three 4-bedroom houses.The scheme was purchased under a €2.7 million investment from the government. The housing estate was built by a private developer and bought by the council. Cathaoirleach of the Stranorlar Municipal District Cllr Patrick McGowan has welcomed the new houses which were let to tenants today (Monday).He said: “Gleann na Greine is the first housing development in the Stranorlar Municipal District for a very long time and will help with rehousing those with the most need and longest in the waiting list.“I commend the Council housing staff for acquiring this turnkey development and appeal to Government to cut out a lot of the red tape and give the Council the funding and authority to build or buy more small schemes like this one.“I wish all the new tenants good health and happiness in their new homes,” said Cllr McGowan. Families move into 21 new homes in Stranorlar council scheme was last modified: November 12th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:cllr patrick McGowanGleann na GreineMullindraitStranorlar
Share This!We’re counting down the days until the official opening of Walt Disney World’s Galaxy’s Edge with a look at some of the sights that you’ll see in this new land. Shopping is a major part of this new land, and the best place to visit is the Market, which has several merchants. Next up, we’re showing you some of the merchandise you can find at the Creature Stall.Like the Toydarian Toymaker, there’s a lot to love about the merchandise in this stall, but it’s also fun because there are creatures in the stall to look at. The sleeping Loth-cat is fun, but make sure to look around on the shelves for other critters, too. Oh, and there’s a variety of creature-based toys as well. Yes, you have the giant porg puppets, but you’ll also find a variety of creatures that you may never have heard of before. (And missing some that you may have heard of before–where’s the womp rats like I had in Beggar’s Canyon back home?)Here’s what you can expect in this shop. What are your thoughts about the Creature Stall? Did you spy anything that you’d like to buy on your trip to Batuu? Let us know in the comments. And here’s some of the creatures not for sale that you can see.
Instagram, the free iPhone photography app that’s grown like a weed, has a lot of both fans and critics. Some critics allege that the app’s photo filters ruin perfectly good images and will be looked back at later in the photographer’s life with regret. Surely there are some great photos on Instagram though, right? I’ve seen some great stuff posted by others in my experience using it. I wish I was a better photographer myself so I knew how to use the app better.One group of fans in London believe they’ve learned to use the app very well and they’ve gone from geographically nearby to each other, to having regular in-person meetups to what’s now perhaps the next logical step: their own gallery art show. Here at ReadWriteWeb we love democratized publishing online and we love art, so we had to take a look at MyWorldShared – a gallery show of Instagram photos that opens in London on October 22nd. “My World Shared captures the concept of Instagram,” the group says, “to record in images our world around us, our lives, our outlook, our views, and share that view with the rest of the world. It is an individual view, but one that others can relate to, like postcards from a friend.”Instead of postcards from exotic far-away places though, Instagram photos are often taken from right nearby your home. You’ve always got your phone on you. If you see something visually interesting – why not record it in a snapshot? It’s an interesting intersection of ideas: Unusual sights, but in the usual places, perhaps with a slight tweak of a color filter and often of things that other people pass by regularly. It’s a system of visual interpretation that anyone (who has an iPhone) can participate in. Is this some kind of symbol of today’s celebration of mediocre, unconsidered, shallow, frivolously decorated amateur art? Not if it’s curated well! If most of the content on Instagram brings joy to no one but the people who post it – so be it. But the large body of images that the app makes easy to create are clearly leading to some great photos.Why not put the best of it in a gallery? There are certainly Instagram users here in my home town of Portland whose work I would enjoy seeing printed large and on a wall.I don’t know if MyWorldShared is the first Instagram art show but I’m sure it won’t be the last.The show also got a write-up by Josh Wolford at WebProNews, who writes about his love of Instagram frequently. I found out about it from Ricky Yean of Crowdbooster. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#Photo Sharing Services#web Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting marshall kirkpatrick
CDC supports CARPHA in Zika PR Campaign materials to region Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 05 Feb 2016 – Zika has done the dastardly now; three are dead in Colombia according to that country’s Ministry of Health; which also shared that 2,100 pregnant women had the virus. These are the first Zika-related deaths since the mosquito borne illness started making headlines. Airline and cruise ship companies are now also allowing pregnant or preparing to be pregnant staff to opt out of stops to destinations where Zika cases are recorded. Sperm banks in the US are now in the process of drafting a Zika virus policy, since it has been confirmed that the illness which has the potential to give babies brain damage, can also be spread through sex. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Turks and Caicos Premier says nation ‘elated’ over removal from Zika list; praises CARPHA and CARICOM Related Items:sperm, ZIka Recommended for you No Zika reports for TCI
FacebookTwitter Posted: October 25, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, Categories: Local San Diego News October 25, 2018 KUSI Newsroom SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The US Navy is honoring the heroism of the late American War Veteran Patrick Gallagher in a very special way. United States Marine Corps Retiree, Mike Neil, and Patrick Gallagher’s sister, Pam-Pauline Gallagher were in studio to tell us all about tonight’s ‘Songs of Irish Heroes’ event.Songs of Irish Heroes will feature performances by the Three Irish Tenors and San Diego Irish musicians as well as dance and other cultural performances. Irish Ambassador to the United States, Daniel Mulhall, will guest. The event will honor Cpl. Patrick Gallagher USMC, Navy Cross recipient, a native of Ballyhaunis, Co. Mayo, Ireland, killed in action in Vietnam. We will be joined by members of Cpl. Gallagher’s family from Ireland following the announcement in March of this year by the Secretary of the Navy of the naming of the Navy Ship, The USS Gallagher in honor of his heroism. US Navy names ship in honor of USMC Corporal Patrick ‘Bob’ Gallagher
00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The Plunge at Fit swimming pool at Belmont Park in Mission Beach is set to reopen on Independence Day after being closed to the public for five years, it was announced Wednesday.Representatives from real estate agency Pacifica Enterprises and a group of local leaders gathered Wednesday to mark the completion of a $12 million renovation and restoration project at the pool, which closed in 2014 due to safety issues and a lack of proper maintenance. To celebrate the pool’s impending reopening, nearly a dozen children dove into the 400,000-gallon pool during the ceremony.“The Plunge at Fit in Belmont Park is a beloved landmark for Mission Beach residents and the entire city of San Diego,” said San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer. “It has long been a place for children, families and neighbors to exercise and make memories together, and this restoration ensures that many more generations of San Diegans can enjoy that same experience.”The Plunge at Fit opened in 1925 as the Natatorium, a 60-by-175-foot saltwater pool at the Mission Beach Amusement Center. In 1940, the salt water was replaced with fresh water and the pool was dubbed Southern California’s largest indoor heated pool. Earlier this decade, the pool fell into disrepair, prompting Pacifica’s three-year restoration.Pacific Enterprises consulted with the city’s Historical Resources Board and the Save Our Heritage Organization to include historical touches in its redesign of the pool like replicas of its original archways and pool tiles. The Plunge also features floor-to-ceiling glass walls, a retractable roof and a dining deck attached to the pool’s renovated beach house.“The community of Mission Beach is very excited to finally see the Plunge re-open its doors again,” said Mission Beach Town Council President Matt Gardner. “Pacifica and Belmont Park have been great at keeping our community appraised of this project’s progress and evolution with visits and updates at our Mission Beach Town Council general meetings.”The pool will open for public use on the Fourth of July at noon and will remain open to the public daily from noon to 5 p.m. Residents can purchase day swim passes on-site at the pool’s north entrance. Day passes start at $15 for adults age 18-65 and $12 for residents under age 17 and over 65.Information about pool rates and rentals as well as photos of the redesigned pool and the original Natatorium can be found at plungesandiego.com.KUSI’s Dan Plante was in Mission Beach with the details. July 2, 2019 Dan Plante, Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter History Repeats Itself!!! In This Case, That’s A Good Thing. “The Plunge” Is Getting Ready For The “Grande Reopening” At Belmont Park In San Diego. First Opening Day-1925. Preview Tonight On KUSI. pic.twitter.com/wANEPUbtmh— Dan Plante (@DanPlanteKUSI) July 2, 2019 Updated: 4:07 PM Posted: July 2, 2019 Dan Plante Belmont Park’s Plunge Pool reopens after 5-year closure