Pinterest LISTEN: Club football previews, managerial situation and Divisional Competition – it’s our latest football Podcast Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter WhatsApp Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory GAA TAGSLaoisToday podcast 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin By Alan Hartnett – 12th September 2019 Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results Home We Are Laois Podcasts LISTEN: Club football previews, managerial situation and Divisional Competition – it’s our… We Are LaoisPodcastsSports Podcast WhatsApp GAA For all that and much more, check it out below:SEE ALSO – Two Laois club footballers to appear on TG4’s Underdogs programme Brought to you in association with ApplegreenIt feels like an age since we talked about football but we’re back with our latest Podcast ahead of a huge weekend of action.From Friday evening, we will see the action get underway and with no games on Saturday due to the All-Ireland final replay between Kerry and Dublin, there will be two more games on Monday evening.All-in-all, we have the two Junior semi finals, two Intermediate semi finals, four Senior quarter finals and the Senior relegation final.We’ve no guest this week so it is down to the tried and trusted partnership of our own Alan Hartnett and Steven Miller to guide you through all of the games and predict who they think will win them.Away from the games, there is a number of things happening in the background as, following Billy O’Loughlin’s resignation, Laois are now searching for managers for all their main teams.The minor, U-20 and senior jobs are now up for grabs in the football and the lads look at who is likely to fill them.Meanwhile, the Divisional Competition is coming back and they look at how plans are progressing there. Facebook GAA Facebook Previous articleLaois Minister to introduce ‘tagging’ and host of measures to tackle sex offendersNext articleREVEALED: Managers and team names announced for Laois GAA Divisional Competition Alan HartnettStradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016. Twitter
Play Video Powered by THEOplayer 2021.1.3Close Related ContentClose ShareMobile World Live‘s Kavit Majithia has his head in the clouds on the final day of Mobile World Congress Americas 2017. In the keynotes, smartphone startup Essential slams the Apple/Samsung duopoly while bots take centre stage. And GSMA chief marketing officer Michael O’Hara shares his thoughts on the show. UnavailableUnavailable Related contentRelated contentShare VideoShare Video Previous ArticleMWCA17 Keynote: EssentialNext ArticleBangladesh reschedules 4G auction for December Playing onSubtitlesLanguageSettingsQualityAutomatic Automatic HDSpeedNormalQualityAutomaticSpeed0.250.5Normal1.251.52Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%PlayPlayMuteMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00LiveRemaining Time -0:00 Watch in VRWatch in VRdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionsSubtitlesSubtitlesUnavailable UnavailableLanguageLanguageSettingsHDSettingsFullscreenFullscreenThis is a modal window.Caption Settings DialogBeginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsDefaultsDone HomeFeatured Content Feature: MWC Americas 2017 Day 3 highlights AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 15 SEP 2017
Eurostat says UK nationals have the longest average working week at 43.6 hours, while Belgians on average work five hours less per week, at 38.5 hours. The EU average is 40.3 hours.The figures are included in the Community labour force survey, published this week, which evaluates employment trends in Europe.According to the report, 158.4 million people had full and part-time jobs in the EU in spring 2000, up by 2.9 million over last year. This represents an employment rate of 63.1%. The Stockholm summit in March set an overall employment target of 67% for 2005, with a specific target of 57% for women. Seven member states have achieved this goal – Denmark, the Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Finland, Sweden and the United Kingdom.Apart from Denmark and Austria, where employment rates were virtually unchanged, employment went up in every EU nation between 1998 and 2000.However, Italy, Spain and Greece still lag a long way behind with overall employment rates of 53.4%, 54.7% and 55% respectively.Across Europe, women hold around one job in three overall, but close to eight out of every ten part-time jobs.
There was a split decision in the case of the East Hampton Village store owner who had a stuffed dog with a welcome sign around its neck outside her shop on Park Place. In a verdict written on February 28 and shared via fax on Monday, East Hampton Town Justice Lisa Rana found the owner of Petit Blue, Colleen Moeller, not guilty of illegally displaying merchandise outside the entrance to her store on Park Place, but guilty of violating East Hampton Village zoning code regarding signage.A code enforcement officer for the village, Robert Jahoda, wrote the charges up against Moeller on November 8. Moeller’s attorney, Daniel Rodgers, did not dispute certain facts in the case, including that Moeller had placed two large plush stuffed dogs outside her toy store, along with a chalkboard for children to write on. On one of the stuffed animals, a Golden Retriever that Moeller said during her testimony was named “Happy” by her daughter, had a wooden welcome sign around his neck.Rodgers did dispute, and Moeller affirmed in her testimony during the trial, which lasted a bit over an hour, that neither of the stuffed dogs outside the shop were for sale. Rana agreed.Moeller also told the court that she had placed the dogs outside the shop because, during the offseason, so many stores in the village are closed that she wanted to show hers was open.Rana found the placement of the dogs on the stairwell to the shop with the sign hanging on one “was to attract the attention of the public,” and therefore was not allowed under the village code, which, she wrote, prohibits such signage or advertising structure.Rodgers said in an email that the sign section of the code was crafted over a century ago.“Over a century later, particularly with competition from online retailers, this law related to brick-and-mortar business ‘attracting the attention of the public’ seems entirely inappropriate, meaningless, and mean-spirited,” he said.Sentencing, which could include a fine of up to $500, and, theoretically, a jail sentence of 15 days, will take place on March [email protected] Share
Highlight:Arsenal beat Liverpool in the English Premier LeagueLiverpool’s hopes of surpassing 100 points this season have been dashedCristiano’s Juventus draw in Italian Serie A.London: Liverpool suffered another shock defeat in the English Premier League. Arsenal have struggled to find form this season, beating Liverpool 2-1. In another match, Manchester City beat Bournemouth 2-1. Juventus draw to a 9-point lead in the Italian Serie A.Despite taking the lead early in the match, Liverpool were unable to win at Arsenal’s ground. Sadio Mane (20) scored for Liverpool. However, Liverpool took the lead in the first half through Lacassette (32) and Nelson (44). Despite having 67% of the ball and 24 shots in the match, Liverpool’s defeat came as a surprise. This is Liverpool’s second defeat since the start of the season. The team conceded two draws. Liverpool, who have won the title 30 years later, have not been able to return to their old form. With the defeat, Liverpool’s hopes of surpassing 100 points in the season were dashed. Liverpool with 93 points from 36 games and Manchester City with 75 points are in the top two.Also Read: Kovid to brother Snehashish; Sourav Ganguly under house surveillanceManchester City secured the victory with two goals in the first half. David Silva (6) and Jesus (39) netted for the winners while David Brooks (88) scored the consolation goal for Bournemouth. Tottenham Hotspur beat Newcastle 3-1 to advance to the top six. Sun Heng Min (27) and Harry Kane (60, 90) scored for Tottenham and Matt Richie (56) for Newcastle. In another match, Burnley and Wolves drew 1-1.Also Read: These are the 3 Indian batsmen who have scored 5000 runs and taken 100 wickets in ODIs!Juventus squandered the chance to take a huge lead in the Italian Serie A. The team drew 3-3 against Sassolo. Philippe Duricich (29), Bernardi (51) and Capoto (54) scored for Sassolo, while Danilo (5), Higuain (12) and Alexis Sandro (64) scored for Juventus. Other matches in the league include AC Milan 3-1 Parma, Bologna 1-1 Napoli, Sampdoria 3-0 Cagliari, Lyche 1-3 Fiorentina, Roma 2-1 Verona, Udinese 0-0 Lazio. Juventus are leading the league with 77 points from 33 games. Atlanta is 70 points behind and Lazio is 69 points behind.
ABC(LOS ANGELES) — Bryan Cranston is loudly asking the public to take the COVID-19 pandemic seriously after disclosing his personal battle with the virus.The Breaking Bad star revealed on Thursday that, even though he abided by all the proper social distancing guidelines, he still caught the novel coronavirus.“I was pretty strict in adhering to the protocols and still… I contracted the virus,” Cranston penned in the lengthy caption of his video PSA. “Yep. it sounds daunting now that over 150,000 Americans are dead because of it.”Thankfully, the 64-year-old actor admitted he was “one of the lucky ones” because he suffered from “Mild symptoms.” In a banner that played beneath his video, he revealed, “My symptoms were a slight headache, tightness of chest and I lost all taste and smell!”The six-time Emmy winner, who says he caught the virus “early,” cautioned that “The symptoms show up differently for everyone it seems.”“Keep wearing the damn mask, keep washing your hands, and stay socially distant,” Cranston lectured. “We can prevail – but ONLY if we follow the rules together.”In addition to beating the coronavirus, the Malcolm in the Middle alum documented himself donating his plasma, which has COVID-19 antibodies, to the UCLA Blood and Platelet Center in order to help others beat the illness. Cranston seemed to have fun poking fun at the doctor drawing his blood before settling down to watch old movies to pass the time because “The whole process takes an hour.”When the process was finished, the actor donated 840ml of plasma. He then vowed to donate more as soon as he’s able.Cranston hoped his video would inspire those who know they battled COVID-19 to consider donating their plasma, as well. “Be well – Stay well,” he concluded.By Megan StoneCopyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.