Community Five Laois monuments to receive almost €200,000 in government funding A mouse looked through the crack in the wall to see the farmer and his wife open a package. “What food might this contain?” the mouse wondered. He was devastated to discover it was a mousetrap.Retreating to the farmyard, the mouse proclaimed the warning: “There is a mousetrap in the house! There is a mousetrap in the house!”The chicken clucked and scratched, raised her head and said, “Mr. Mouse, I can tell this is a grave concern to you, but it is of no consequence to me. I cannot be bothered by it.”The mouse turned to the pig and told him, “There is a mousetrap in the house! There is a mousetrap in the house!”The pig sympathized, but said, “I am so very sorry, Mr. Mouse, but there is nothing I can do about it but pray. Be assured you are in my prayers.”The mouse turned to the cow and said, “There is a mousetrap in the house! There is a mousetrap in the house!”The cow said, “Wow, Mr. Mouse. I’m sorry for you, but it’s no skin off my nose.” So, the mouse returned to the house, head down and dejected, to face the farmer’s mousetrap alone.That very night a sound was heard throughout the house – like the sound of a mousetrap catching its prey.The farmer’s wife rushed to see what was caught. In the darkness, she did not see it was a venomous snake whose tail the trap had caught. The snake bit the farmer’s wife. The farmer rushed her to the hospital and she returned home with a fever.Everyone knows you treat a fever with fresh chicken soup, so the farmer took his hatchet to the farmyard for the soup’s main ingredient.But his wife’s sickness continued, so friends and neighbors came to sit with her around the clock. To feed them, the farmer butchered the pig.The farmer’s wife did not get well; she died. So many people came for her funeral, the farmer had the cow slaughtered to provide enough meat for all of them.The mouse looked upon it all from his crack in the wall with great sadness.So, the next time you hear someone is facing a problem and think it doesn’t concern you, remember, when one of us is threatened, we are all at risk.We are all involved in this journey called life. We must keep an eye out for one another and make an extra effort to encourage one another. Each of us is a vital thread in another person’s tapestry.”At the end of our lives we will be asked but one question, “How well do we love”. Sometimes the most inspirational and indeed “Holy People” are those who speak the Gospel through their witness.We cannot but value the gift of a good neighbour, friends and family.The more we give the more we receive and all of us has that wonderful potential to both share and celebrate the light and love that defines our true selves.FamilyI am deeply inspired, by the sight of loving family members, of prisoners, as they visit loved ones here in our Local Prison.Visits fuelled with compassion and love. Rehabilitation begins in an environment of acceptance and forgiveness. Never give up on the great virtues that is encouragement and kindness. We all respond to the positive.Even after a dreadful cold spring, signs suggest, that we are going to be blessed with a most abundant and plentiful harvest. Remember, the light remains even when the clouds can block its rays.This Mid-summer may we all take time to energise and refresh. May we be living signpost pointing others in the direction of hope and love.Summer PrayerCreator of all, thank You for summer!Thank You for the warmth of the sunand the increased daylight.Thank You for the beauty I see allaround me and for the opportunity tobe outside and enjoy Your creation.Thank You for the increased time Ihave to be with my friends and family,and for the more casual pace of the summer season.Draw me closer to You this summer. Teach me how I can pray no matter where I am or what I am doing. Warm my soul with the awareness of Your presence, and light my path with Your Word and Counsel.As I enjoy Your creation, create in mea pure heart and a hunger and a thirst for You.AmenSEE ALSO – Fr Paddy: First Communion – Sacrament or Pantomime? Facebook By Fr Paddy – 23rd June 2018 Pinterest Community Twitter TAGSFr Paddy Byrne Facebook Twitter Rugby WhatsApp Home Columnists Fr Paddy: ‘When one of us is threatened, we are all at… Columnists Previous articleDeaths in Laois – Saturday, June 23, 2018Next articleSome mothers’ sons: From Cumann na mBunscol days to Leinster finals in Croke Park Fr PaddyFr Paddy is a curate in the hugely vibrant Portlaoise Parish. From Carlow town, he was educated in Carlow CBS and studied Business and Politics in Trinity College Dublin before training to be a priest in Carlow College.He is the youngest priest in the Kildare & Leighlin diocese and writes for a number of media outlets. He has almost 14,000 followers on Twitter. WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Ten Laois based players named on Leinster rugby U-18 girls squad Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’ Fr Paddy: ‘When one of us is threatened, we are all at risk’
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 17 AUG 2015 Previous ArticleThailand’s AIS, dtac sign 3G network sharing dealNext ArticleVirgin Media set to expand WiFi network – report Richard Handford Home TeliaSonera, Telenor offer concessions on Danish merger Author The European Commission (EC) extended again the deadline for deciding on the proposed merger of TeliaSonera and Telenor in Denmark, which would reduce the country’s operators from four to three.The operators last week (12 August) made undisclosed commitments to the commission, which triggered a 15 working day extension of the deadline to decide the case from 16 September to 7 October.The commission is pushing the two operators to give more ground if they want to complete a merger about which it has expressed concerns.This is not the first postponement of a deadline in the case. For instance, the previous deadline was 2 September, which was put back until 16 September. Now the deadline has been put back again.Mobile World Live asked the EC what concessions it had been offered but the commission declined to comment. We also quizzed TeliaSonera but have yet to receive a response.As well as reducing the number of network operators from four to three, the merger would reduce the number of operators offering wholesale service to MVNOs, the commission has argued.The merger would also result in “a highly concentrated market structure with two large and symmetric operators at the retail and wholesale level”. TDC and TeliaSonera/Telenor would both be strong forces in the market, with 3 as a smaller rival.Presumably, TeliaSonera and Telenor responded with an argument to address such concerns, which is now under consideration by the commission.The commission was first notified about the proposed merger on 27 February this year and opened an in-depth investigation on 8 April. Richard is the editor of Mobile World Live’s money channel and a contributor to the daily news service. He is an experienced technology and business journalist who previously worked as a freelancer for many publications over the last decade including… Read more Telenor books loss on $780M Myanmar write-off Related Telenor advances multi-vendor SA 5G Tags ECTDCTelenorTeliaSonera Telenor, Axiata plot Malaysian merger
One thought on “‘The Student Economic Law Review’ Online Journal Calls for Papers” +1 Deadline: 31 May 2014Open to: university students of all levels of studyBenefits: free publication in an online journalDescriptionThe Student Economic Law Review is an academic and professional online journal of the University of Belgrade Faculty Of Law, is officially registered with the National Library of Serbia. They are publishing papers dedicated to legal aspects of the economy, written exclusively by students, thus enabling their first steps towards a successful career.The content of the publication includes analyses of adopted legislation or proposals, the most important court decisions, the best student papers and seminars. The Review mostly publishes works concentrated on the legislation of the Republic of Serbia and EU law and is a legal journal run and edited by students.Twice a year The Student Economic Law Review opens a new Call for Papers. The current Call is open until May 31, so hurry up and get published!EligibilityUniversity students of all levels of study can submit their paper in either English or Serbian. The paper needs to be in line with the Instructions for Authors, available here.Every paper is first reviewed by a member of Editorial board, and then is sent to a university professor or prominent professional for a second evaluation. Only then the paper could be published, as this process ensures the high quality of every submission.BenefitsThanks to the support of the University and the Faculty, as well as other sponsors, publishing papers is completely free of charge. By being published you gain priority when applying for internships provided by the Review in cooperation with public bodies and private companies.How to ApplyThe deadline for submissions is May 31, 2014. You can apply by sending your finished work to [email protected] Please indicate the topic of your paper in the subject title of the email. Late submissions would not be considered for publication.For further information please check the official website. Tweet Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. By Caelyn says: May 5, 2014 Published by ivana We denetifily need more smart people like you around. Reddit Log in to Reply Similar Stories on December 30, 2014 at 3:17 am ‘The Student Economic Law Review’ Online Journal Calls for Papers Share 0 International Civil Society Week (ICSW) 2019 – Belgrade, Serbia LinkedIn 0 Cross-Border Investigative Journalism Training for the Western Balkans Pocket Second Steps for Alternative Urbanisation (Regional Training in Serbia) ← ITYF Fellows in Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency Writing Competition: What does an enlarged EU mean to you? →
Energy Minister Dr. Andrew Wheatley says the sanctions imposed on Venezuela by United States administration, have had a negative impact on Jamaica. US sanctions on Venezuela are affecting the supply of oil products to Jamaica according to Jamaican Energy Minister Andrew Wheatley.Energy Minister Dr. Andrew Wheatley says the sanctions imposed on Venezuela by United States administration, have had a negative impact on Jamaica.In a statement in Parliament earlier this week, Wheatley disclosed that over the past year Jamaica has been receiving “minimal or no crude products” from Venezuela, for the government owned oil refinery, Petrojam.Ja. Govt. could repurchase Venezuela share in Petrojam He said that based on this, the Andrew Holness led administration is considering buying back Venezuela’s 49 per cent share Petrojam.No receiving usual oil supplies under PetroCaribeAccording to Wheatley, for over a year now Jamaica has not been receiving what it usually receives from Venezuela under the PetroCaribe agreement, as well as crude required for Petrojam.In 2006, Government-owned Petroleos de Venezuela (PdVSA), bought 49 per cent of the shares in the refinery from in Petrojam.He said the executive order (EO 13808) issued by the US in August ,not only strictly restricted US citizens and entities from transactions involving the Government of Venezuela, and this included the Central Bank of Venezuela and PdVSA, and any person owned or controlled by, or acting for, or on behalf of the Government of Venezuela.”He said due to EO 13808, payments to and from Petrojam have been subjected to increased due diligence by its primary financiers/suppliers of lines of credit. Payments withheld by US Federal Reserve BankIn addition to the disruption/delay of transactions for Petrojam, sovereign debt payments due by the Government of Jamaica under the Caracas Agreement 2001 and various other loan agreements which were due and payable to the Government of Venezuela were being withheld by the US Federal Reserve Bank, and others, in order to facilitate their own due diligence process.The PetroCaribe Energy Co-operation Agreement is a multifaceted arrangement, which commenced in 2005 seeking to promote energy security in the region, by guaranteeing supplies of petroleum products from Venezuela through an innovative repayment system.
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The Academy hooker is named among the replacements, as England face Grand Slam champions Ireland at CRAI Club – Santa Fe, before taking on Italy on June 8th and Oceania champions Australia on June 12th.This year’s Championship will see a World Rugby trial, with all 28 squad members available to be used as one of the eight permitted replacements on matchday.“The key element is that we are playing the side that won the U20 Six Nations, so we know it is going to be a big challenge and we have got to be right at the top of our game,” said Bates.”We have to be accurate, we have to be patient and understand that if we don’t play to the best of our ability then this will be a very tough game and even if we do, we realise it will still be tight.“The players are in really good shape, having now spent a fair amount of time with each other they have gelled extremely well and look to be a tight group and we hope that will translate to a good performance on Tuesday.“A big factor for us is going to be the experience of our pack, a lot have played in the Premiership already, they have played a lot at U20 level and also in this tournament so they are battle hardened. Having said that we are not going to play a game dominated by our pack because we have some very exciting and talented backs but we recognise up front will be an area where we can exert some pressure.“Fraser is another seasoned campaigner, having also played in this tournament last year and he’s played some senior Premiership rugby as well so has developed well as a player over the past six months.”He is extremely level headed, has an astute rugby brain and is well respected by the other players so he is an obvious choice for us to be captain and along with the rest of our leadership group we expect them to contribute at key times and in key moments.” England U20s v Ireland: 15. Tom de Glanville (Bath Rugby), 14. Ollie Sleightholme (Northampton Saints), 13. Fraser Dingwall (Northampton Saints) – captain, 12. Cameron Redpath (Sale Sharks), 11. Tom Seabrook (Gloucester Rugby), 10. Manu Vunipola (Saracens), 9. Ollie Fox (Bath Rugby); 1. Olly Adkins (Gloucester Rugby), 2. Nic Dolly (Sale Sharks), 3. Joe Heyes (Leicester Tigers), 4. Joel Kpoku (Saracens), 5. Alex Coles (Northampton Saints), 6. Ted Hill (Worcester Warriors), 7. Aaron Hinkley (Gloucester Rugby), 8. Tom Willis (Wasps) Replacements: 16. Alfie Barbeary (Wasps) – Bloxham School, 17. Kai Owen (Worcester Warriors), 18. Alfie Petch (Exeter Chiefs), 19. Will Capon (Bristol Bears), 20. James Kenny (Exeter Chiefs), 21. Richard Capstick (Exeter Chiefs), 22. Rusiate Tuima (Exeter Chiefs), 23. Josh Basham (Newcastle Falcons), 24. Sam Maunder (Exeter Chiefs), 25. Luke James (Sale Sharks), 26. Connor Doherty (Sale Sharks), 27. Arron Reed (Sale Sharks), 28. Josh Hodge (Newcastle Falcons).England U20 fixtures 4 June: England U20s v Ireland U20s (KO 7.30pm BST), live on World Rugby platforms. 8 June: England U20s v Italy U20s (KO 7.30pm BST), live on World Rugby platforms. 12 June: England U20s v Australia U20s (KO 7.30pm BST), live on World Rugby platforms. Knockout stages on Monday, 17 June and finals day on Saturday, 22 June, live on ITV.