Secrets of Donegal’s hidden treasures to be revealed

first_imgAn amazing talk about historic treasures unearthed in Co Donegal and other places is to be given at the county museum in Letterkenny.Donegal County Museum is inviting the public to join Maeve Sikora, Keeper of Irish Antiquities at the National Museum of Ireland to learn more about the ‘Donegal Treasures’ held in the National Museum.These include Mennybraddan Woman who dates from 1200 AD to the Viking silver hoards uncovered in Inishowen. The talk is on this Saturday 6 October at 2pm. Maeve Sikora is Keeper of Irish Antiquities at the National Museum of Ireland and is responsible for the Museum’s archaeological collections.Maeve’s interests are in the early medieval and Viking collections and in the archaeology of death and burial in Ireland.Admission is free.Secrets of Donegal’s hidden treasures to be revealed was last modified: October 2nd, 2018 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

Allied Universal Celebrates Fourth Annual National Security Officer Appreciation Week

first_imgAllied Universal is proud to recognize security officers during the fourth annual National Security Officer Appreciation Week, September 16–22, 2018.“National Security Officer Appreciation Week honors the incredible efforts of our nation’s security officers to create safer and more secure environments,” says Steve Jones, CEO, Allied Universal. “The appreciation week is also an opportunity to profile the many roles security officers fill; debunk misconceptions and stereotypes; and raise awareness of the career opportunities that exist within the security services industry.”Security professionals are hard-working, highly trained men and women who are our protectors, guardians and first responders. These individuals deter crime, lead evacuations, provide information, work closely with local law enforcement and are constantly vigilant in their efforts to keep us safe. This annual event is featured in Chase’s Calendar of Events. Join in the celebration on social media using #ThankYouSecurity in your posts.- Sponsor – For more information, visit Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox.  Sign up nowlast_img read more

Honda Cars India sales increase by 19 per cent for the month of October

first_imgRise of Honda car sales in OctHonda Cars India today reported 18.08 per cent increase in domestic sales at 13,242 units in October.The company sold 11,214 units in October 2013, Honda Cars India Ltd (HCIL) said in a statement.Last month, the company sold 1,584 units of small car Brio, 3,482 units of compact sedan Amaze, 2,985 units of Mobilio and 5,120 units of the mid-sized sedan City. Besides, the company sold 71 units of sports utility vehicle CRV. In addition, the company exported a total of 357 units during the month.HCIL also achieved a milestone of crossing 1 lakh units in the current financial year. It has registered an overall growth of 43 per cent during the April-October period in 2014 with 1,01,442 units as against 70,831 units in the corresponding period last year.HCIL senior vice-president (marketing and sales) Jnaneswar Sen said: “We have clocked excellent sales during the year so far where all our products have received tremendous response”.He further added that from November its Tapukara plant will have full capacity utilisation by starting operations in the second shift and would ensure better availability of the mid-sized sedan Honda Citylast_img read more

IPL 8: Chennai Super Kings face Mumbai Indians in a familiar territory

first_imgChennai Super Kings, the most consistent team of the IPL, is once again in a familiar territory and will face Mumbai Indians, who have a battery of legends in their support staff, in the final of the eighth season on Sunday.Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s Super Kings have reached the final six times and have won the title twice, so they have the big-match experience.But Mumbai Indians will take heart from the fact that two years ago, it was at this very venue in Kolkata that they defeated Chennai to win their maiden IPL title. This season too, Rohit Sharma’s boys have had the upper hand over Super Kings. Mumbai Indians have won two of the three encounters against Chennai, last one being their victory in the Qualifier 1.But the Super Kings came back strongly to oust high-flying Royal Challengers Bangalore in the second qualifier and earned themselves a spot in the final.On the other hand, Mumbai Indians had a terrible start to the season with four losses in a row. But just when they were about to be written off, Mumbai Indians came back strongly to not only qualify for the playoffs at the second place, but also became the first team to reach the final.Both the teams have had a contrasting journey this season and have finally reached where all of the eight teams dreamt of at the start of the season.last_img read more

HapagLloyd Cruises Gets Nod for 3rd Expedition Ship

first_imgzoomImage Courtesy: Hapag-Lloyd Cruises German TUI Group has given the green light to the construction of the third Hanseatic class expedition cruise ship for Hapag-Lloyd Cruises.Hapag-Lloyd Cruises will shortly launch the planning and negotiation process for a further Hanseatic class ship, which is scheduled for delivery in 2021, TUI Group CEO Fritz Joussen said while presenting the group’s results for the first half of 2018 on board the new Mein Schiff 1 in Hamburg.“This market is growing strongly. Thanks to its experience, competence and high-quality standards, Hapag-Lloyd Cruises offers great potential to attract new international customer groups and deliver stronger growth in the expedition cruise segment,” Joussen added.The first two ships from the series were ordered in 2016 from Fincantieri’s subsidiary Vard Holdings Limited (Vard). The hulls of the vessels are being built by VARD’s shipyard in Tulcea, Romania, and delivery is scheduled from Vard Langsten in Norway in the first quarter and the fourth quarter of 2019, respectively.The keel of the first expedition ship, Hanseatic Nature, was laid in Romania in January 2017, while the keel laying for the Hanseatic Inspiration, the second ship, followed in October 2017.The christening and maiden voyage of Hanseatic Nature are planned for April 2019. Hanseatic Inspiration is scheduled to launch six months later in October 2019.The 16,100 gross ton vessels, designed for cruises in polar regions in the Arctic and Antarctica, feature a length of 138 meters and a width of 22 meters.Each vessel will have seven passenger decks, with accommodation for a total of 230 passengers.During the six months ending March 31, TUI Group increased its turnover by 7.2 percent to EUR 6.81 billion. Earnings growth reached 26 percent year-on-year driven by its hotel and cruise business segments.As informed, the cruises segment remains on a growth path, and due to the rise in demand TUI is planning to expand the segment through additional newbuilds.TUI’s cruise brands are TUI Cruises, Marella Cruises and Hapag-Lloyd Cruises.last_img read more

Public Facilitation Kiosk at IGI Terminal2 inaugurated

first_imgNEW DELHI: Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik inaugurated the Public Facilitation Kiosk having Interactive panel at Arrival Forecourt of T-2, IGI Airport on Wednesday. Praveer Ranjan, Special Commissioner of Police, Intelligence & Transport and Videh Kumar Jaipuriar, CEO, DIAL was also present on the occasion.After the successful commissioning of interactive panels at AIIMS, Khan Market and Terminal-3 IGI Airport, Interactive Panel having all online citizen services provided by Delhi Police started functioning on Wednesday at Terminal-2 of IGI Airport. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderAfter positive response from the passengers at Terminal-3, Delhi Police Facilitation Kiosk and Interactive panel has been commissioned on Wednesday at Terminal-2 of IGI Airport. The refurbished Terminal-2 started its operation in 2017 and it has facilities similar to any world class Terminal. As Terminal-1 is currently under renovation, numbers of flight have been shifted to T-2 from T-1. At present, Terminal-2 handles as many as 220 flights daily resulting in a footfall of more than 50,000 persons per day. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsIn order to provide police services to the public at Terminal 2, Interactive panel has been installed. “The idea behind the commissioning of this kiosk is to provide better police-related services at one point without requiring the public to search and go to the police station and thereby saving vital time of the passengers. This interactive panel installed at Arrival Forecourt of T-2, IGI Airport is having the online citizen services provided by Delhi Police like Lost and Found Report, Missing Report, Registration of e-FIR, Police Clearance Certificate, Lodging of complaints. Character Verification Report, MV Theft e-FIR. Missing or Stolen Mobile Phone and Theft e-FIR,” said Sanjay Bhatia, DCP IGI.last_img read more

Good start but not enough to save newspapers media union says

first_imgTORONTO – Canada’s largest media union says the Liberal budget announcement of $10 million per year for five years for community newspapers is on the right track, but not enough to rescue local news.“The money will do some good in small communities,” said Unifor national president Jerry Dias. “But the threat to local news exists in every one of 100 Canadian cities, big, middle and small. This budget commitment doesn’t rise to the challenge.” Advertisement Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Facebookcenter_img “Google and Facebook own the advertising market that used to sustain Canadian news outlets,” said Dias. “The government can’t just watch while local newsrooms disappear.”Dias said the federal government should reconsider industry recommendations to align the tax rules on digital advertising with print and broadcast media.The government doesn’t have to write big cheques to Canadian newspaper companies if it treats Google and Facebook the same as American print and TV companies, Dias said.“We need more money to support frontline news, and we need a revamp of the federal tax laws that is fair to Canadian online journalism,” said Paul Morse, president of Unifor Local 87-M, which represents about 2,000 media workers across southern Ontario, primarily in newspapers.Canadian newsrooms have shrunk by 25 per cent since the Liberals took office in 2015. Dias said that the $10 million is a token commitment towards the $350 million that the news industry needs, and a fraction of the $150 million that the Liberal government acknowledged was necessary to revive the CBC. Login/Register With: Twitterlast_img read more