NewsLocal NewsMagician Keith to appear at Limerick weddingBy Editor – December 14, 2017 2042 Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Facebook Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Print Advertisement RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin Email Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Previous articleHurlers turn their hand to boxing at ‘Fight Night’Next articleBeyond the neon runes Editor Twitter WhatsApp TAGSKeith BarrylimerickmagicianRay D’ArcySt Camillus’ Hospitalwedding Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Magician Keith BarryEarlier this week, listeners to the Ray D’Arcy Show on RTÉ radio heard about a couple getting married tomorrow in a Limerick Registry Office.The couple are not telling their families and one of them wrote to the programme asking for two witnesses to join them tomorrow so that their wedding could go ahead.The email stated: “Hi Ray, I am really hoping you can help me. My partner and I are getting married in Limerick registry office this Friday at St Camillus’ Hospital unbeknownst to our family and friends. It’s on at 2.30pm. The two witnesses we have are now unable to join us on Friday. Is there any chance you might have two listeners free on Friday afternoon for approx an hour or less who could help us?Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up They just have to be over 18 and need to bring ID that’s shows their date of birth (passport or driving licence). Many many thanks in advance. P.S. please do not mention my name in case family or that is listening”.After the message was broadcast, there was a great response from the listeners and the production team came up with two witnesses, Karen and Jim.However magician Keith Barry was also in the studio and he is scheduled to be in Limerick tomorrow. He said that all going well, he’ll be at the wedding too!“I’m in Limerick tomorrow. I’ve a mad schedule but if I can do it, I will turn up and be a part of the ceremony,” he added.More local news here WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads
Anne Milton visited Cornwall Council to meet apprentices.Media coverageYet again apprenticeships, and National Apprenticeship Week, have received some excellent media coverage.Cosmopolitan ran an online article on ‘14 cool apprenticeships you might not know existed’, and the Evening Standard featured an 8 page special ‘Apprenticeships 2019’.The Gazette News featured an article on The British Army’s Apprenticeship Awards which took place this week, and the Tees Business website includes a piece on Teesside University’s recent ‘outstanding’ apprenticeship provision inspection by Ofsted.Blaze BenefitsOur week of Blaze Benefits continues, and today is A for Aspire – an apprentice’s view on what their apprenticeship has enabled them to achieve.Thanks to everyone who got involved today, including Intraining who shared this brilliant Q&A session with their apprentice Beth. ASK programme.Blaze BenefitsOur Blaze Benefits series ends today with E for Energise.We have really enjoyed hearing about all the benefits of hiring an apprentice, and how their passion and energy can fire up the whole business.We hope you will continue to share these positive experiences throughout the year! You can find out more here.Damian Hinds visits WSP Head OfficeEducation Secretary, Damian Hinds, marked the launch of National Apprenticeship Week with a visit to WSP. WSP are one of the world’s leading engineering professional services consulting firms, who currently employ 180 Advanced, higher and Degree apprentices.He met current apprentices and took part in a roundtable discussion, learning more about the WSP programme and their apprenticeship experience. Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Anne Milton visited Torbay Development Agency and South Devon College.TES ‘Inspiring Apprentices’ campaignTES launched their ‘Inspiring Apprentices’ campaign yesterday marking the start of National Apprenticeship Week 2019, to spotlight apprentices at all levels and in all industries. The campaign originated by Jason Holt, Chair of the Apprenticeship Ambassador Network and backed by Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Anne Milton, and will regularly include case studies from both the Apprenticeship Ambassador Network and Young Apprenticeship Ambassador Network, highlighting the benefits apprenticeships bring to both apprentices and employers alike.Apprentices at Dartmoor National ParksDartmoor National Parks have employed apprentices in Conservation Works, Communications and IT since 2016. Each of their apprentices have progressed through the business, bringing new ideas and energy. They are supporting #NAW2019 – it’s great to have their support. Supportive coverage from the BBC’s Steph McGovern.The Big Assembly 2019Thousands of students, parents and careers advisers from across the the country joined The Big Assembly 2019 to find out what an apprenticeship could mean for them.The live video streamed event was hosted by apprentices, and covered topics such as how to apply to an apprenticeship, what the process is like, what it’s like to be an apprentice and what your career holds at the end of the apprenticeship. Twitter coverage of the Blaze benefits series, ‘Z for Zest’.FridayNAW2019 events map updateFantastic news to share… we have surpassed 1,000 events taking place across the country this Week – an increase on 2018!A final tally is being taken and we will share next week!Invotra visit from minister celebrates International Women’s DayToday, on International Women’s Day, Education and Skills Minister Anne Milton visited the Digital Accessibility testing lab at Invotra, where she took part in a cyber-security challenge with two fantastic female apprentices.The minister had lunch with past and current apprentices – representing over a third of Invotra’s total workforce. National Apprenticeship Week 2019 (NAW 2019) will showcase all the incredible opportunities doing an apprenticeship can bring – both for individuals firing up their careers, and for employers blazing a trail in their business and reaping the benefits of employing an apprentice.In this daily round up we will feature a selection of events, announcements and good news stories from The Week.There’s still time to get involved, so please download our supporting documents to find out more.Join in the conversation and share your NAW activities on social media and tag us @Apprenticeships and use the hashtags #NAW2019 and #BlazeATrail.MondayTop 100 apprenticeship employer league table announced, along with IiP quality mark for apprenticeship employersMarking the launch of National Apprenticeship Week 2019 with news of a new league table of top apprenticeship employers – blazing their own trail across England – which will rate the Top 100 large apprenticeship employers AND Top 50 SMEs. A new quality mark for apprenticeships – developed in partnership with Community Interest Company ‘Investors in People’ to shine a light on high-quality apprentice employers has also been announced.Education Secretary Damian Hinds said: Damian Hinds visits WSP Head OfficeNorth West Ambulance Service receive Ministerial visitApprenticeships and Skills Minister Anne Milton MP today visited the North West Ambulance Service, based in Bolton, to meet some of their apprentices in job roles including ambulance technicians, call handlers and paramedics.North West Ambulance Service apprentices met by the Minister are trained to deliver the right care, at the right time, in the right place – giving them an excellent foundation to progress in their careers, whilst making a huge difference to the lives of others.National Apprenticeship Week trending and Steph McGovern supports The WeekThis morning National Apprenticeship Week, #BlazeATrail and #NAW2019 all trended on Twitter. Thanks to everyone who got involved!Steph McGovern, BBC Breakfast Presenter, was also tweeting this morning after she interviewed Adrianna Baker, an inspirational young woman who used her apprenticeship to blaze her own trail.Adrianna set up her own street food business, and shared with some advice on how to make it on your own. Coverage of The Week in Media Planet.Media PlanetFantastic coverage from today’s Media Planet from Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Anne Milton on the benefits apprenticeships bring to employers and the passion apprentices bring to the workplace. ‘How apprenticeships work for SMEs’ event in Chichester.Landmark week for ASK programmeNational Apprenticeship Week 2019 has been a landmark week for the ASK programme. The programme, which supports schools and colleges nationwide to improve understanding and awareness around apprenticeships, has supported over 300 school events and activities across the week, resulting in over 16.5k engaged students. A further 425 events have been booked for the rest of March also.Uptake across the programme’s other NAW2019 resources has been exceptional – 25,000 apprenticeship information posters were distributed to schools nationwide, an activity pack designed to inspire students has been used in more than 2,000 schools and colleges, the online apprenticeships quiz has had over 4,000 participants, and nearly 250 teachers participated by showing the ‘Teacher Talks’ film to their colleagues. Find out more about the ASK programme today. The Big Assembly 2019Blaze – BenefitsGreat to see support from employers across Twitter today, with many spelling out how they have benefited from employing apprentices, and their return on investment, using our ‘BlazeATrail’ images.These employers included Hemlow Ltd; Careers in Health and Social Care and Oxford University.TuesdayMinister visits TorbayApprenticeships and Skills Minister Anne Milton visited Torbay Development Agency and South Devon College, where she met with apprentice employers from across the region at a breakfast event organised by some of their own talented and committed apprentices as part of the Opportunities through Apprenticeships Project. Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Anne Milton on a visit as part of National Apprenticeship Week 2019.Apprenticeships, Skills and Careers for the FutureOur own Apprenticeships, Skills and Careers for the Future event took place earlier today, with the National Careers Service and WorldSkills UK. The event included careers leaders and young people, with inspirational apprentices and Fire It Up campaign stars in attendance, all showcasing the benefits apprenticeships bring to individuals, employers, local communities and the economy. Wednesday is ‘A for Aspire’.ThursdayAnne Milton out and aboutToday, Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Anne Milton visited Bradford Dental apprentices at ‘Dentistry at BD4’, where she had a go at dentistry using a model head and mouth. Minister Milton spent time with the very passionate apprentices in the practice before visiting engineering firm AESSEAL Mechanical Seals & Support Systems, shadowing apprentices designing, and manufacturing mechanical seals.The Minister’s day was wrapped up with a trip to Bradford College’s Grove Restaurant to meet hospitality apprentices. The Minister helped in the kitchen with food preparation and was invited to a #NAW2019 lunch with local apprentice employers, including Bradford Council, Judith Cummins MP and Bradford Royal Infirmary. Grantham College showing their support.WednesdayBBC BreakfastApprenticeships featured on BBC Breakfast this morning, with our Fire It Up campaign star Sarah, a Trainee Ophthalmic Nurse with the NHS, joining Steph McGovern in the studio. Sarah and Steph chatted about all the benefits of apprenticeships for people looking to change career, and how she used an apprenticeship to get her dream job.You can watch the interview online until 9:15am Thursday 7 March. The apprenticeships content begins at 48 Minutes.Celebrating apprenticeship beginningsAnne Milton visited University of East London today to attend an event celebrating over 100 new apprentices starting their apprenticeships. Anne met with staff, employers and apprentices from a wide range of organisations including Barclays Bank, Thames Tideway and NHS Trusts.#AskAnApprentice trending!Today was #AskAnApprentice day, and all across the country apprentices took over Twitter and their workplaces to chat about apprenticeships and their journey. Support for the campaign was exceptional, and resulted in #AskAnApprentice trending nationally! Thanks to our Department for Education apprentices Emily, Kevin, Kate and Charmaine, who took over @Apprenticeships to join in the discussion. Attendees at Apprenticeships, Skills and Careers event.Blaze BenefitsOur Blaze Benefits series continued today with Z for Zest.Thanks again to everyone who took part. We loved hearing +24 Marketing apprentices talk about their zest for success!Tomorrow is E for Energise, recognising the energy that apprentices bring to a business. Get involved and help us #BlazeATrail. Anne Milton MP, having lunch with past and current apprenticesWe also joined in the #IWD2019 conversation online, sharing inspirational female apprenticeship success stories across our social media channels.There are some truly fantastic female apprentices working in exciting sectors and today’s celebration helped to showcase some of the best female apprentices in England.MP Ambassador visitGillian Keegan MP, MP Apprenticeship Ambassador, attended the ‘How apprenticeships work for SMEs’ event in Chichester today.Organised by the South East Apprenticership Ambassador Network and the Federation of Small Businesses, the event included levy employers wanting to transfer funds and SMEs in supply chains eager to do more.Gillian spoke about how she started her career as an apprentice at the age of 16, and employers spoke about the benefits of employing apprentices. Dartmoor National Parks apprentices showing their support.Support from Grantham CollegeGrantham College are supporting our Blaze Benefits campaign – spelling out the Learning opportunities apprentices get. 71% of their apprentices agreed that their chance of earning a higher wage in the future increased because of their apprenticeship learning and training. Another positive success story! #AskAnApprentice trended across the country on TwitterAnne Milton’s apprentice meet and greetYesterday, Anne Milton visited Cornwall Council to meet new and existing apprentices, managers and senior leaders. Anne took part in a roundtable with apprentices who gave her a flavour of the apprenticeship programme and how they have benefited. We’ve transformed apprenticeships in this country. But that wouldn’t have been possible without the employers who have been at the forefront of developing new high-quality apprenticeship opportunities that provide great training, and the employers who have embraced the huge benefits apprenticeships are bringing to their workplaces. This National Apprenticeship Week, I want to celebrate their contribution – giving thousands of people of all ages and backgrounds the opportunity to learn new skills and secure an exciting career.
UWF Cheerleading announces Tryout Schedule Share July 26, 2007PENSACOLA, Fla. – The West Florida Cheerleading squad will be holding the 2007 fall clinic and tryouts, for prospective members of the team, from September 5th to the 7th in the UWF Fieldhouse.New members must be UWF students in good standing, and must complete a required medical packet, proof of insurance, and provide a current physical prior to the clinic. Those interested are asked to come dressed appropriately for cheer practice.The first night will be in the UWF Fieldhouse, Bldg. 54, lobby. Each clinic will begin at 6:30 p.m. and end at 8:30 p.m.Squad members cheer primarily for men’s and women’s basketball, but are also involved in other athletic and university events throughout the year, including Homecoming, as well as fundraisers and community service projects. Practices are typically three times per week, and do not include strength and conditioning sessions or gym sessions.For further information, and to pick up a medical packet, contact advisor and safety coach Karen Seals at either [email protected] or at 474-2985. Also, captain Delaney Pawless, can be contacted at [email protected] for further information. Print Friendly Version
The Bucks were the first team to secure their postseason berth on March 1, and they wrapped up the Central Division title 20 days later.Should they beat the 76ers on Thursday, the Bucks will be guaranteed to go into the playoffs with the best record in the NBA, and that is something Antetokounmpo — who contributed 28 points against the Nets — was not expecting at the start of the campaign.”I thought we were going to be a really good team, but to be honest with you I didn’t think we would have the best record in the NBA,” the MVP contender said following his return from an ankle issue. “We know how important it [the best record] is, but we’re just trying to get better.”Obviously we won the game but we didn’t play the best basketball we could play. Against Philly we’re just going to try and be better and hopefully we can clinch the first spot in the NBA.” Giannis Antetokounmpo admits the Bucks’ sensational season has caught him by surprise.Monday’s 131-121 victory over the Nets at Barclays Center left Milwaukee with a 58-20 record and one win away from securing home-court advantage in the playoffs. WE GO HARDER!! #FearTheDeer pic.twitter.com/6JaaE8By6C— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) April 2, 2019Defeat left the Nets scrambling for a playoff place, although they were fortunate to see all their rivals for the final three places also lose.The Pistons, Heat, Magic and Hornets are all vying for the playoffs in the East, but suffered losses.
Paresh Rawal, who was last seen in Uri: The Surgical Strike, will next be seen in Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s sports drama Toofan. The film stars Farhan Akhtar in the lead role of a boxer, while Rawal has been cast to play Farhan’s coach.While Farhan has been preparing for his role for many months now (his Instagram posts are proof of that), reports say that Paresh has also joined Farhan on his training session a month ago. A source close to the development told Mumbai Mirror, “The formalities were locked in April and Paresh has been training with Farhan in Mumbai for over a month now.”Talking about the film and the actors, producer of the film, Ritesh Sidhwani said, “Every director has a bucket list of actors and Paresh bhai was on the top of mine. I am absolutely thrilled to have him entering the Toofan family. Both Paresh and Farhan are great actors and both their characters are author-backed and well sketched out. There is a huge offering in store for the audience.”Farhan has been practising hard to prepare for his role in Toofan. He often shares videos from his training sessions. In May this year, the actor was seen training with world kickboxing champion Drew Neal. He took to Instagram to share the video and wrote, “It’s not just about strength but speed as well #ToofanInTheMaking @drewnealpt @samir_jaura @rakeyshommehra @ritesh_sid.”advertisementOn the other hand, Paresh Rawal in his last film Uti: The Surgical Strike, played the role of Govind Bhardwaj, a character based on India’s National Security Advisor Ajit Doval. Talking about Doval, in an interview with a news channel, Paresh Rawal said, “I had met NSA saab two-three times at corridors in Parliament before doing the film. Who doesn’t know him. Every Indian knows him. He is the true hero of ours.”With Toofan, Farhan Akhtar is teaming up with Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra six years after their superhit film Bhaag Milkha Bhaag. The film was based on the life of former sprinter Milkha Singh, who is also called Flying Sikh.ALSO READ | Farhan Akhtar trains extensively in boxing at gym for Toofan. Watch videoALSO READ | Farhan Akhtar packs a punch with world kickboxing champion for Rakesh Omprakash Mehra’s ToofanALSO READ | Dogs smarter than you in New India: Paresh Rawal hits out at Rahul Gandhi’s Yoga Day tweetALSO WATCH | Rock On 2’s Farhan-Shraddha in an exclusive interview
REVEALED: Chelsea give up Hazard option as part of BVB Pulisic dealby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea have scrapped their option for Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Thorgan Hazard.BILD says in talks with Borussia Dortmund to sign Christian Pulisic, Chelsea agreed to write off their first refusal clause for Hazard.BVB see Hazard as a replacement for Pulisic and weren’t prepared to sell the American to the Blues unless they agreed not to compete for the Belgium international.Hazard confirmed recently, “Yes, Chelsea has a say in what happens to me. But that’s governed by the clubs.”However, the Blues will now allow BVB to move for the midfielder without any counter offer. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Chelsea ace Hazard: Messi is best ever. I regret my Barcelona performanceby Paul Vegas9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea ace Eden Hazard says Barcelona star Leo Messi stands alone as the best player in the world.Hazard insists Messi is superior to be he and Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo.”Not a chance. There is only one that is the best ever. It’s him, Lionel Messi,” Hazard told HLN.”The two games against Barcelona were not my best memories from 2018. “I was happy to play against Barcelona and Messi, but I did not deliver.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
ATLANTA, GA – DECEMBER 07: An ‘SEC’ logo is seen on an end zone pylon before the Missouri Tigers take on the Auburn Tigers during the SEC Championship Game at Georgia Dome on December 7, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)CBS reportedly has its replacement in place for Verne Lundquist on its top SEC game broadcast. According to Fox Sports’ Clay Travis, long-time ESPN announcer Brad Nessler will be leaving the network for CBS. He’ll call NFL games until Lundquist retires, when he’ll then become the play-by-play man for CBS’ top SEC game each week. Lundquist has called SEC games since 2000. Told Brad Nessler will leave ESPN and do NFL for CBS, until he takes over SEC for Uncle Verne.— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) April 25, 2016Nessler has been calling college football games for ESPN since 1997. He’s been with the network since 1992.
Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller says connections between Sport, the Creative and Cultural Industries must be established as these sectors have the potential to be important drivers of economic development. “There are some who may not make the connection between the creative and cultural industries and sport and many still think of those industries merely as the performing and audio visual arts. However, the creative and cultural industries concept is actually a policy development framework and another element of this Government’s emphasis on planned development,” the Prime Minister said. Addressing stakeholders of the national sport associations and federations at a specially-convened meeting to discuss strategic priorities for sport in Jamaica for 2013/14 and the Draft White Paper National Sport Policy, Mrs. Simpson Miller said while the creative and cultural industries are important, they have not been able to bring Jamaica to the heights which sport has achieved. “I am sure this would lift Jamaica’s profile even higher than we are now. I think that we can go further,” the Prime Minister said. Mrs. Simpson Miller emphasized the need to look at the cultural output that assists in the promotion of music, drama, dance, art, and special events management and pull them together under the banner of sports and the cultural and creative industries. “Our sporting heritage has been phenomenal and our cultural output has arrested the attention of the world independent of each other” the Prime Minister added. The Prime Minister, who is also the Minister of Sport, commended Minister with portfolio responsibility, Natalie Neita Headley for the Draft White Paper National Sport Policy noting that the National Sport Policy addresses many of the issues which will determine the success of the national initiative.
The Museum we will be hosting a special grand opening of the Doc Kearney Solar Prints exhibit at the Fort St. John North Peace Museum at 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 2. This event is open to all members of the public. Donations in lieu of admission are welcome. Rodgers will share a brief presentation about Dr. Kearney’s and about her solar printing process.Doc Kearney Solar Prints by Margaret Rodgers will be on display at the Fort St. John North Peace Museum until August 24th. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — The Fort St. John North Peace Museum will be hosting a grand opening event this Saturday for an exhibit in honour of Fort St. John’s second doctor.The Museum has partnered with Margaret Rodgers, the niece of Dr. Garnet Kearney, to produce an exhibit depicting Dr. Kearney’s life through a series of solar prints. Dr. Kearney moved from Ontario to Fort St. John, where his adventures became part of local legend. The photographs he took and sent home to his relatives provided a unique window into his frontier life. The Museum’s curator Heather Sjoblom said that Rodgers developed the series of solar prints to tell the good doctor’s story. Rodgers is a visual artist, curator, educator and writer, founder of IRIS, and former Director/Curator at VAC Clarington. She is a member of the Women’s Art Association of Canada.