Google+ Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Homepage BannerNews Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Man arrested in Donegal in connection with 2015 Limerick shooting Twitter WhatsApp Previous articleConsultation on proposed One Way System for Donegal TownNext articleBurtonport Festival off, but small event possible in September News Highland Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Pinterest Two men have been arrested in connection with the shooting of a man in County Limerick in 2015, one of the arrests was made in Donegal..A man in his fifties was shot by two masked men as he parked his car in the grounds of the University of Limerick on June 29th that year.Yesterday, a man in his forties was arrested in County Donegal, while separately a man his his thirties was arrested in County Limerick.They are both due to appear before a special sitting of the Special Criminal Court in Dublin this afternoon. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook By News Highland – June 3, 2020 Facebook Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th
Four alleged members of the Mexican drug cartel ‘Los Zetas’ were detained on 20 December by the Guatemalan police in the department of Alta Verapaz, under a state of emergency imposed by the government in that area along the Mexican border penetrated by drug traffickers. The four detainees were arrested on the outskirts of Cobán, a city in the department of Alta Verapaz, about 220 km north of the Guatemalan capital, during a highway operation mounted by the police, an AFP reporter observed. One of the men had a Mexican passport and another lacked documents, nourishing the agents’ suspicions that they might belong to ‘Los Zetas,’ who have controlled part of the area for the last year, as the authorities acknowledge. Four 12-gauge shotguns, three 9-mm handguns, and more than two hundred bullets were seized in the operation, along with a white all-terrain vehicle in which the detainees were traveling. These are the first detentions reported since 19 December, when President Álvaro Colom decreed the state of emergency for the entire department of Alta Verapaz, a jungle region used as a center of operations by drug cartels and inhabited by Mayan and mestizo communities. Alta Verapaz forms part of the almost one thousand kilometers of border that Guatemala shares with Mexico, a country severely impacted by drug trafficking. The thirty-day decree suspends several constitutional rights, such as the freedom to organize and protest, at the same time that it authorizes the government to order the detention of those suspected of disturbing the peace and prohibits the carrying of firearms except by the security forces. By Dialogo December 22, 2010
Sharing is caring! (2) For the purposes of this Order “essential service” includes –air traffic (including meteorological, telecommunication, security, fire and ambulance services connected with airports) services;fire and ambulance, prison or police service;medical, health, hospital, infirmary or nursing home services;telecommunications or broadcasting services; Liquor licenses remain suspended until Tuesday, but bars remain closed until the curfew order expires, that is mid-May. Attorney General Levi Peter read Mr De Freitas’ communication at a press conference on WednesdayFrom 6pm today, the local population will begin its longest lockdown period of five straight days until Tuesday at 6am.At a Ministry of Health briefing on Wednesday evening, the Hon Attorney General, Levi Peter further clarified the terms of the curfew order.“From Thursday until Tuesday 14th April 6am no person shall be in a public place unless they are an essential worker,” he said.He also added that that essential worker must be travelling to or from providing that essential service.“Other than that, everybody should be inside”Breaching the curfew order is punishable by law and the police will be enforcing that directive. Share Share BusinessCoronavirusLifestyleLocalNews Five-day Lockdown Begins Today by: – April 9, 2020 621 Views no discussions water, electricity or sanitation services;banking business services;credit union business services;grocery, agricultural, fisheries or pharmaceutical services;immigration, customs or postal services;services connected with the House of Assembly;services connected with the loading and unloading of ships and with the storage and delivery of goods at, or from a dock, wharf or warehouse operated in connection with the dock or wharf;services connected with the loading distribution, transportation or retail of petroleum fuel, liquefied natural gas or any renewable energy source;public services connected with the payment of salaries, pensions and other benefits in government departments, agencies, statutory bodies and armslength bodies;services connected with the Judiciary, including the attendance at court of attorneys;services connected with essential government functions as directed by the Secretary to the Cabinet;airport, seaport and civil aviation services; (q) fresh produce markets.(3) For the purposes of this Order an “essential worker” includes officers of –the Commonwealth of Dominica Police Force;Dominica State Prison;members of the Judiciary;the Department of Social Services;the Department of Environmental Health Services;the Custom and Excise Division;the Accountant-General’s Division;the Inland Revenue Division;waste disposal and sanitation companies;any hospital or health care, medical, residential care establishment or facility;the Dominica Air and Sea Ports Authority;essential officers of any water, electricity or other sector encompassing the provision of electronic communications including print and electronic media;any public officer or category of public officer as directed by the Secretary to the Cabinet, Share Tweet
Football club ‘Sloga’ from Doboj got two new reinforcements that will play in the continuation of the season.The first one is Mladen Veselinović and the second one is Dejan Martinović, who was born in 1983 in Doboj, and played for Posušje, Hajduk from Split, Žepče, Romania, Russia, and he came to ‘Sloga’ from Kazakhstan.They will not play in the first round of spring season.