New Government scheme to remove unwanted tyres from farms

first_img WhatsApp WhatsApp Google+ By News Highland – September 29, 2018 Pinterest New Government scheme to remove unwanted tyres from farms RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Twitter DL Debate – 24/05/21 center_img Previous articlePramerica launches 2019 Spirit of Community ProgrammeNext articleTraffic incident causing delays around Port Road News Highland Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction Twitter Unwanted stock-piles of tyres will be removed from farms across the country over the next three weeks.The Government’s rolling out a scheme to help farmers get rid of tyres that used to be stored for holding silage covers down – before new systems were introduced.Environment Minister Denis Naughten says collection points are being set up around the country – starting today at Cootehill Mart in County Cavan:Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Facebook Google+ Pinterest Facebook Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows AudioHomepage BannerNewslast_img read more

WATCH: Avra Jain on Miami development and “getting off the Beach”

first_img Share via Shortlink Tags Avra Jaincoffee talkmidtown miamiVideo Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Developer Avra Jain is “not afraid to go west.”The Vagabond Group founder spoke with The Real Deal’s Amir Korangy on the latest episode of Coffee Talk, sharing insights about what it means to be a developer and what’s next for Miami’s hottest neighborhoods.An early investor in now-trendy Wynwood, Jain is out amidst a zoning overhaul in the area. “When they change the zoning, they change the neighborhood,” she noted. “Now the big boys are in there, and they’re gonna, you know, do a little city, I guess.”This, Jain said, is why she focuses on adapting neighborhoods rather than building individual developments. “The zoning can’t change,” she said. “So I have insurance. Nobody can go next door and knock down a building and build an ugly 10-story building.”She prefers to be the force behind the change. When she started redeveloping the Vagabond Motel on Biscayne Boulevard, it was “an area where it was $20 an hour, $30 a night.” Now one of her buildings in the area houses a Starbucks — and formerly, TRD’s first Miami bureau office.Watch the video above for more, and be sure to check out our YouTube page for all of TRD’s latest videos.last_img read more

Bob Weir Welcomes Ramblin’ Jack Elliott At Pathway To Paris Benefit [Full Set Pro-Shot]

first_imgOn Friday night, September 14th, Pathway To Paris returned to San Francisco’s The Masonic for the fourth annual edition of the climate benefit. This year’s festivities included a diverse swath of talented artists including headliners Bob Weir and Patti Smith as well as Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Eric Burdon, Jim James, Karen O, Dhani Harrison, Lucinda Williams, and Talib Kweli.For his six-song headlining set, Bob Weir was joined by legendary producer/bassist and Blue Note Records president Don Was as well as multi-instrumentalist Alex Koford, who’s been busy gigging with Weir’s former Grateful Dead bandmate, Phil Lesh, as part of his Terrapin Family Band. The trio, which featured Was on upright bass and Koford behind the drum kit, served as an appetizer for the upcoming inaugural tour by Bob Weir and Wolf Bros, the new trio comprised of Weir, Was, and drummer Jay Lane that’s hitting the road next month.The set began with a rendition of the Dead’s “Loose Lucy”, followed by “Only A River” from Weir’s 2016 solo album, Blue Mountain and “Peggy-O”, the traditional folk song that was a mainstay on Grateful Dead setlists for years. Next, Weir welcomed Ramblin’ Jack Elliott to help them through a performance of “Friend of the Devil”. Finally, once Elliott left the stage, Weir, Was, and Koford finished out their slot with “The Other One” and “Touch of Grey”.You can watch full pro-shot footage of Bob Weir’s Pathway To Paris performance below via Ben & Jerry’s. You can also watch more pro-shot video of the evening’s festivities here.Bob Weir w/ Don Was, Alex Koford – Full Set [Pro-Shot][Video: Ben & Jerry’s]Pathway To Paris coincides with the Global Climate Action Summit, bringing together high-profile musicians, artists, activists, politicians, and other public figures to advocate for cities to work to address climate change. The event takes its name from the Paris Agreement, a global agreement secured by the U.N. that encourage countries to mitigate their greenhouse-gas emissions, and seeks to encourage cities to meet and exceed the Paris Agreement’s climate targets. For more info on Pathway to Paris, head here.Setlist: Bob Weir w/ Alex Koford, Don Was | Pathway To Paris | The Masonic | San Francisco, CA | 9/14/18Set: Loose Lucy, Only A River, Peggy-O, Friend of the Devil, The Other One, Touch of Grey[H/T JamBase]last_img read more

Penthouse with amazing views hits the market

first_img81/32 Agnes St, AlbionThis penthouse with expansive river and city views at 81/32 Agnes St, Albion has been listed for sale.The four-bedroom apartment has 4.5m high ceilings and open-plan living and dining spaces finished with marble flooring and a feature acoustic wall.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019The kitchen includes Miele appliances and a butler’s pantry.There’s an expansive wraparound balcony to take in the vistas and the main bedroom has a marble dressing table, an ensuite with twin vanities, floor-to-ceiling marble and a private courtyard. Other features of the penthouse include a home automation system and laundry. Inspections: By appointment For sale: By negotiation Agent: Simon Caulfield, Place Kangaroo PointTel: 3906 2500, 0437 935 912last_img read more

Cricket News England vs India: Anushka Sharma spotted in team photograph, Twitterati goes crazy

first_imgYe Anushka BCCI ki chairman bangai kya🤔😂— abdullahkunda🇮🇳 (@abdullahkunda) August 7, 2018 That’s their problem. Anyway what I’m saying is, if you’re the vice captain of your team, you have to man up & take some responsibility while batting. Not just leave everything on Kohli. Since 2016 he hasn’t performed according to his standards.— SwingAndSeam (@swing_seam) August 8, 2018 Why @BCCI allows someones wife at official tour…. Please confirm Is your team mens are at work or on honeymoon— Nishant (@NishNishantkr) August 7, 2018 I just realise of Anushka Sharma being a part of #TeamIndia as well or Captain’s Captain😏few days ago #BCCI were like no wives no girlfriend or family bt surly all these rules doesn’t apply to Captain n his wife🙄Hypocrites😐 #ViratKohli #AnushkaSharma— P a l l a v i (@pallzie) August 8, 2018 Now as we know that Anushka Sharma is also part of 19 member touring party Anushka Sharma can open with Murali Vijay in the next match as Dhawan is OUT OF FORMNo pun intended !— Cricket Guru (@cricbuzz_india) August 8, 2018 New Delhi: India’s power couple Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma have yet again grabbed the attention of social media. The High Commision of India in London, UK, hosted the Indian team on Tuesday ahead of the second Test match against England at the Lord’s.ALSO READ: Google dedicates Doodle to Dilip Sardesai on his 78th birthdayHowever, along with skipper Virat Kohli, wife Anushka Sharma was also spotted in attendance at the meet. It is also unclear how the Sui Dhaaga actress is traveling with Kohli as the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had prohibited the wives and girlfriends of the team players from being with their respective partners until the end of the third Test match. She looks odd one out..😆😆— Vani (@Vani66100016) August 7, 2018 For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Anushka ko troll toh karenge, if the team loses a match, as if she played the match & lost.But noway we can accept her posing amongst indian team members.#MySickMentality— inder (@AnushkaDevotee) August 8, 2018 Sir, The problem here is that bcci has banned family members after the test series started. Why special privileges to someone?— Suyash Swaroop🏏 (@sscomp32) August 8, 2018 Meanwhile, the Netizens had a divided opinion regarding the incident as some criticised her for getting special treatment, while others didn’t see anything wrong with it.ALSO READ: Sprint king Bolt gets new football chance at Aussie clubHere is how Twitterati reacted to the photograph: last_img read more

Trust will be major issue for Pitt’s next coach

first_imgby Will GravesAP Sports Writer PITTSBURGH (AP)—Interim Pittsburgh football coach Keith Patterson has an open door policy with his players, one that comes with a caveat.“You need to be man enough, whenever I shut the door, to accept what I tell you,” Patterson said.Odds are Patterson—and the coach the Panthers hire as Todd Graham’s permanent replacement—will likely have to do the same thing.Graham’s stunning departure for Arizona State on Wednesday after 338 days on the job left players frustrated and athletic director Steve Pederson looking for his third head coach in a year.Throw in Patterson, former coach Dave Wannstedt—ousted after the 2010 season—and former interim coach Phil Bennett and whoever gets the job will be Pitt’s sixth head coach in 13 months.By comparison, the Panthers had six previous coaches over the previous 33 years.Athletic director Steve Pederson understands he needs more than a coach, he needs someone to help restore faith in players who have watched the spot atop the program turn into a revolving door.The struggles haven’t gone unnoticed by some of the more prominent alumni. Former Pitt cornerback and current New York Jet Darrelle Revis just shakes his head when asked about his alma mater.“Pitt, man, we’re having a rough time,” Revis said. “We’re having a really, really tough time with coaches right now. I know Athletic Director Pederson is going to do the best job he can bringing in a coach that can be successful there.”Pederson promised to cast a wide net in search of someone who will guide Pitt out of the Big East and into the ACC by 2014. He knows, too, that the coach will face an uphill battle in the locker room.“We’re going to have to work hard to build any trust that’s been lost,” Pederson said.And trust has been lost.Though Pederson and Patterson both praised the Panthers (6-6)—who begin preparations for the BBVA Compass Bowl against SMU on Monday—for the way they’ve conducted themselves, that’s not the same as saying the players aren’t angry.Wide receiver Devin Street led the way, blasting Graham relentlessly through his Twitter feed, calling his former coach “Little Man Graham” and saying Graham’s signature “high-octane” offense was “running on fumes.”Patterson allowed emotions are raw but believes the Panthers can find a way.“We’re going to finish what we started,” Patterson said. “That’s the way I was raised and that’s what we’re going to do.”They did it a year ago, when Wannstedt was forced out and replaced by Miami of Ohio’s Mike Haywood, who lasted less than a month before being fired following a domestic dispute in Indiana.Bennett guided Pitt to a 27-10 victory over Kentucky in the BBVA Compass Bowl, with Graham getting the full-time gig a few days later.Patterson considers himself a candidate for the job, though his close ties to Graham would seem to make that highly unlikely even if Pitt handles SMU with ease. Graham and Patterson have known each other for 30 years, though Patterson insists he was caught off guard by Graham’s decision to split.“It’s a crazy profession,” Patterson said.The Panthers need someone to stop the insanity. Pederson stressed “there are no limitations on who or you’ve got to fit a certain mold.”Maybe, though his program could use a coach to provide stability. Graham was supposed to be that guy. He talked endlessly about the opportunities that lay ahead when Pitt joins the ACC only to bolt before the dust really settled.Those opportunities remain. So do the state-of-the-art facilities, the NFL stadium and the school’s spot on rich recruiting ground.So do dozens of players who have grown tired of trying to get to know the new coach.“Whoever is going to be the next football coach here is going to be a lucky guy,” Pederson said. “We just want the coach that we think can put the program together over all.”And hopefully stick around awhile.last_img read more