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first_imgVodacom Tanzania Limited (VODA.tz) listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange under the Technology sector has released it’s 2017 abridged results.For more information about Vodacom Tanzania Limited (VODA.tz) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Vodacom Tanzania Limited (VODA.tz) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Vodacom Tanzania Limited (VODA.tz)  2017 abridged results.Company ProfileVodacom Tanzania Plc is a telecommunication company in Tanzania offering products and services ranging from voicemail, data and messaging to leased lines, PABX and international connectivity and remote satellite communication. Vodacom Tanzania also offers products and services for mobile banking, hosting, data storage, disaster recovery and security solutions. Vodacom Tanzania supports Vodacom M-Pesa, a financial app used to send money using a mobile phone; and Vodacom M-Pawa which allows customers to access savings and loan accounts. The company has active roaming agreements with global operators including T-Mobile USA Inc, Vodafone Limited (UK) and Vodafone Limited (India). Vodacom Tanzania Plc is a subsidiary of Vodacom Group Limited. Vodacom Tanzania Limited is listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchangelast_img read more


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first_imgThe same couldn’t be said for his kicking game, the couple of grubbers he put in amounting to nothing and simply handing the Barbarians an opportunity to counter-attack – and this is a team that needs no second invitation to run the ball back. Doing just that brought them a last-gasp 31-28 win over Wales.Overall it was an average display from Henson, he himself said he was “bitterly disappointed”. He didn’t have the huge influence on proceedings that would have been expected by the hype his return had generated. His running game was never given an opportunity to shine and he didn’t seem to click with unfamiliar players around him. His lack of rugby in the past two years was obvious, never more so than when he was replaced by Scott Williams. The debutant fizzed when he arrived midway through the second half and slotted into the all-Scarlets midfield with ease, his first act to make a 30-metre break down field. Up and running: Henson played his first game for Wales in two years against the BarbariansBy Sarah Mockford, Rugby World Features EditorGAVIN HENSON made his long-awaited return to Test rugby against the Barbarians on Saturday afternoon. He’d been out of the international arena for two years and 75 days – and was given precisely 61 minutes to prove that he still had the talent to be a key man for Wales. So how did the 29-year-old centre fare?Nice touch: Henson won his first cap for Wales since 2009 against the Baa-BaasWell, there was some good, some bad and a couple of ugly kicks. He was given a not-so gentle reminder of the rigours of international rugby within the first five minutes when he had to stop the rampaging France centre Mathieu Bastareaud, who is pushing 18st and looks like rugby’s Mr T, a metre short of the Welsh line.After his defence had held firm, he got the ball in his hands in attack and with his second touch threw a miss-pass that allowed George North to sprint over for Wales’ first try. In fact, his distribution was the highlight of his performance; he showed some lovely touches with soft hands to the fore. Wales’ midfield has often been one-dimensional this season with plenty of hard runners, so it’s clear that his passing skills could be a welcome addition. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALScenter_img Hands up: Henson needs to train hard to earn a World Cup spotAs part of Wales’ 45-man World Cup training squad, Henson has the next few weeks and months to form more of an understanding with players and grease the attacking skills that have grown somewhat rusty. He will surely get another opportunity to prove himself in the August warm-up games and Warren Gatland would love him to rediscover the form of the 2008 Grand Slam campaign.Off the field Henson dominates the headlines like few other rugby players, but he needs his performances on the pitch to warrant such coverage. At his best Henson has the X-factor and he has the ability to ignite a back-line that has stuttered for the past couple of years – but whether he can get his game up to scratch in time for this year’s World Cup will come down to his own determination. His versatility – he can play centre, fly-half and full-back – make him an ideal choice to take to New Zealand, but Gatland will want to see improvements before giving Henson another stamp in his passport.last_img read more


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first_imgTuesday Jun 19, 2012 All Blacks vs Ireland 2012 – 2nd Test – Full Match Watch the full second Test between New Zealand and Ireland in ChristchurchTime: 01:55:47 Credit: Original capper and youtube uploaderADVERTISEMENT Posted By: rugbydump Share Send Thanks Sorry there has been an error Full Matches Related Articles 52 WEEKS AGO FULL MATCH: Umaga, Rokocoko, McAlister and… 54 WEEKS AGO FULL MATCH: Lions upset world champion Springboks… 58 WEEKS AGO FULL MATCH: Scotland and Samoa go down to… From the WebThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancellast_img read more


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first_imgRogare presents new theory of fundraising ethics  104 total views,  2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis33 Tagged with: ethics Rogare AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis33 Fundraising is ethical when it achieves a balance between the rights of both donors and beneficiaries, according to a new theory of fundraising ethics.Rogare, the fundraising think tank at Plymouth University’s Hartsook Centre for Sustainable Philanthropy, has today published a white paper outlining its new theory of ‘Rights Balancing Fundraising Ethics’.While much attention has been paid to the rights of donors in fundraising, the new theory brings the beneficiaries of charities into the ethical decision making in fundraising “for the first time”, according to Ian MacQuillin, Rogare’s director.The new theory states that fundraisers owe duties to both their donors and their beneficiaries, because both stakeholders possess certain rights they hold against fundraisers.A new contribution to the understanding of fundraising ethicsConflicting rightsOf course, these rights can and do come into conflict, generating ethical dilemmas in fundraising. These occur when there is tension between:what donors want fundraisers to do e.g. don’t ask, ask less, ask in a different way, ask at a different time; andwhat beneficiaries need fundraisers to do ie. maximise income to ensure the charity provides servicesThe new theory suggests that balancing these tensions yields ethical fundraising. Specifically it states that: Advertisement Howard Lake | 19 September 2016 | News You can download the ethics white paper, Rights Balancing Fundraising Ethics, in PDF. “Fundraising is ethical when it balances the duty of fundraisers to solicit support on behalf of their beneficiaries, with the right of donors not to be subjected to undue pressure to donate”.The theory has clear applications in helping fundraisers steer a course amid the current and recent media and public criticism of some fundraising methods by some charities. For example, unbalanced and unethical fundraising could take the form of a campaign that repeatedly solicits donors who had requested not to be contacted. Equally, it could take the form of (self) regulation that prevents fundraisers from approaching large numbers of potential or current donors if it significantly harmed beneficiaries. Fundraising ethicsIan MacQuillinFundraising ethics is a common topic at fundraisers’ conferences, but it tends to consist of applied ethics, rather than a detailed or developed theory of ethics.MacQuillin, says:“For such a fundamentally important topic, there has been surprisingly little theory development of fundraising ethics over the past 25 years.“Fundraisers have a lot of applied ethics contained in their codes of practice, which tells them what they may or may not do. But there is very little in the way of ‘normative’ ethics that helps fundraisers understand why they ought or ought not do particular things, or provides a context for their ethical decision making frameworks.”The white paper includes a review of the academic literature that suggests candidates for a normative theory of fundraising ethics. These include:‘Trustism’ – fundraising is ethical when it maintains and protects public trust in fundraising‘Donorcentrism’ – fundraising is ethical when it gives priority to donors’ needs, wants, desires and wishes‘Service of Philanthropy’ – fundraising is ethical when it brings meaning to donors’ philanthropy.MacQuillin commented:“What normative thinking there has been quite startlingly ignores beneficiaries and focuses almost exclusively on fundraisers’ duties to their donors. Surprising as it may seem, Rights Balancing Fundraising Ethics brings beneficiaries into ethical decision making in fundraising for the first time.”Rogare is “the home of Critical Fundraising”, the discipline of critically evaluating what fundraisers know, or think they know, about their profession.How are beneficiaries ‘framed’The white paper is the first part of a full review of fundraising’s professional ethics that is expected to take at least a year. Further work will be done including:a global survey of the existing ethical decision making processes fundraisers currently employdevelopment of the ideas by Rogare’s advisory group of academic and fundraisersapplying Rights Balancing Fundraising Ethics to the question of how beneficiaries are ‘framed’ in marketing materials.The latter project will be lead by Derek Humphries, creative director at Rogare Associate Member DTV, who explained:“The framing debate has become unhelpfully adversarial. Fundraisers are accused of exploiting ‘beneficiaries’ – even that word has become contentious. Meanwhile fundraisers accuse policy folk of getting angry about fundraising images instead of angry about the injustice that good causes seek to address.“Of course, here I simplify a range of passionate views. Passion is a good thing, a necessary thing, in our work. But we need level-headed clarity, not infighting. We need to reframe the debate. Rogare’s new theory helps by introducing the notion of balance in one’s duties to beneficiaries: raising money and challenging stereotypes.”  103 total views,  1 views today About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.last_img read more


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first_img By Gary Truitt – Jan 5, 2014 SHARE Facebook Twitter Home Commentary Food: Let’s Call it What it is SHARE Food: Let’s Call it What it is While on vacation recently in Boston, I started looking for a local seafood restaurant to try some fresh East Coast fish. I came across a place called Legal Seafood. The name intrigued me because I had never thought of there being illegal seafood. When I visited their web site, I was disappointed to find their name had nothing to do with their food being legal or illegal. It seems that when they started in the 1950s, they distributed things called “legal stamps,” a predecessor to S&H Green Stamps. (Those of you under 50 may need to check Wikipedia for an explanation.) But it got me to wondering how many people were eating at this place under the assumption that their seafood had been caught legally?Now let me state at the outset, I have no idea of the fish served at Legal Seafood was caught and processed legally or illegally. In fact, being a born and bred Midwesterner, I have no idea what the rule are for catching and processing commercial fish. But branding your products with what they are or how they are raised or processed may be a good idea in these times of false and misleading attacks on modern agriculture. If restaurants like Chipotle and Panera can make negative claims about the food most farmers produce, why can’t we make positive claims?For example, a large part — dare I say a majority — of the pork produced in the nation comes from farms that participate in the Pork Quality Assurance program (PQA). This is a producer-directed, voluntary program that sets strict, science-based standards for the treatment of hogs and the production of pork. So why not put a label on those nameless Styrofoam trays in the meat case that read, “Humanely-raised, safely-produced, certified PQA product.” Why wait for HSUS and their minions to call our products into question? Let’s reassure consumers that what they are buying is safe and produced to industry standards.We had put our trust in that USDA stamp as a way of assuring the consumer, but I feel that is no longer enough. As producers, we need to exert a greater influence on how our products are marketed in the retail and food service sectors. This means putting pressure on processors and retails to present our products in the best way. Producers, processors, and retailers all have a vested interest in selling more product, so let’s work together to do that.What if we started putting stickers on gallons of milk that said something like “This product has undergone rigorous testing at the farm and at the dairy to assure it contains no harmful bacteria or other unsafe chemicals.” Notice this statement sidesteps the whole BST issue, which should remain a producer and consumer choice. Milk is one of the most tested products in the grocery store; yet, thanks to unfounded accusations, consumers are weary of what is in their milk. Let’s start telling them right on the carton what we know to be true: milk is safe.Special interest activist groups are working hard to get negative labels placed on a variety of food products. These labels cause consumers to question the safety and wholesomeness of the product. Some positive messages — touting the safe, humane, and science-based methods used to produce and process their food — would go a long way to helping shoppers feel better about the food they buy and dull the impact of the scare tactics being used by those have a radical agenda.By Gary Truitt Facebook Twitter Previous articleRecord Cold Hurting Crops and LivestockNext articleDrones, Air and Water among Legal Issues for Ag in 2014 Gary Truittlast_img read more


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first_imgFacebook Twitter Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award Linkedin Center fielder Johnny Rizer makes a diving catch against Rice. Image courtesy of gofrogs.com printAfter edging the Houston Cougars Friday night, No. 16 TCU baseball suffered consecutive losses for the first time this season as they were edged by Texas A&M and blown out by Rice. Lodolo shines in victory over HoustonJunior pitcher Nick Lodolo continued his hot streak to begin the season as he fanned a career-high 13 batters en route to a 10-6 win over Houston in the opening game of the Shriners Hospitals for Children College Classic. Lodolo retired the first 14 batters he faced and only saw a maximum of four batters in each of the seven innings he pitched in. He allowed only one earned run on two hits and walked one batter. The one blemish on his line was a solo home run to lead off the seventh inning. Despite his successes to begin the season, Friday’s game marked Lodolo’s first win of the season, thanks in part to run support he has yet to receive this season. In three appearances, Lodolo has allowed five runs on 11 hits, two walks and 25 strikeouts. Lodolo has 23 strikeouts in the last 14 innings he has pitched. The Frogs jumped out to an early lead as they opened up with a three-run first inning as a home run from Alex Isola scored Josh Watson and Jake Guenther. They doubled their lead in the fourth inning with another three-run homer, this time off the bat of Andrew Keefer. TCU responded to Houston’s seventh-inning run with their third and final three-run inning of the night. Austin Henry opened up the inning with a triple and scored on a Guenther base hit. One-run RBIs from Keefer and Conner Shepherd plated the final two runs of the inning. Cal Coughlin was called on out of the bullpen to replace Lodolo in the eighth inning and allowed two runs on two hits in the inning. Houston scored two runs in the eighth inning to inch closer, but TCU responded yet again with a bases-loaded sacrifice fly off the bat of Johnny Rizer to score Henry. The Cougars threatened in the ninth inning as they scored three runs with two outs and saw the tying run come to the plate. Two bases-loaded walks and an error scored all three runs and a game-saving catch from Rizer at the wall clinched Charles King’s first save of the season. Four Horned Frog pitchers would see the mound in the inning: Marcelo Perez, Dawson Barr, Augie Mihlbauer and Charles King. Perez earned the first two outs of the inning, but Barr and Mihlbauer combined for 19 pitches and zero outs. The win marked TCU’s eighth-consecutive win at the Shriners Classic. No. 16 Baseball edged by Texas A&M, 1-0TCU baseball could not solve Texas A&M’s pitching staff Saturday night as they fell to the Aggies while only recording one hit in the game. For the second night in a row, the Horned Frogs got everything they could ask for from their starting pitcher. Brandon Williamson, in his third career start for the Frogs, held Texas A&M to a run on two hits while walking three and striking out five batters in five innings of work. All three walks were consecutive and amounted to the only run of the ballgame. Allonte Wingate, who singled to open the inning, scored after Williamson’s third walk. Jake Eissler relieved Williamson in the sixth inning and finished the game. He allowed only two hits and fanned three batters. The Horned Frogs were able to get the lead-off batter on seven times in the game but never advanced the runner to second base as Asa Lacy kept TCU’s offense quiet all night. TCU’s one hit in the game came in the sixth inning on a infield single from Hunter Wolfe. Lacy allowed one hit, three walks and struck out nine batters in his seven innings of work. Texas A&M’s three relievers allowed two walks and fanned two in the final two innings. Rice blows past No. 16 baseball, 12-2Rice scored early and often as they powered past TCU in the final game of the Shriners Classic, giving them a record of 1-2 on the weekend. Rice opened up their scoring with a three-run second inning. Rice was able to load the bases in the inning, and a walk, hit batter and sacrifice fly plated the runners. Wolfe put the Horned Frogs back in the scoring column for the first time since Friday as he opened up the third inning with a triple and later scored on an RBI from Porter Brown. The Frogs came within one run in the fifth after a throwing error from the shortstop scored Brown, but that was the closest they would be for the rest of the evening. Rice responded with a trio of runs in the bottom of the inning. The Owls would continue to extend their lead in the sixth inning with six runs, five of which came with two outs. Four were unearned as they scored following a dropped fly ball. The game ended in the seventh inning due to the ten-run mercy rule. Jared Janczak earned the loss, bringing him to 0-2 on the young season. He pitched 1.2 innings, but allowed three runs on two hits, two walks and zero strikeouts. The Horned Frogs will return to the diamond against Stephen F. Austin before heading back on the road. First pitch is scheduled for 3 p.m. Tuesday at Lupton Stadium. TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello + posts Two students joined harassment and discrimination lawsuit against TCU ReddIt I am the executive editor of TCU 360 from Raleigh, North Carolina. If you walk by my desk in the newsroom you’ll immediately know I’m Post Malone’s biggest fan. I’m always looking for a good story to tell! If you have any story ideas, feel free to reach out! Go Panthers! 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first_img RSF_en LiberiaAfrica Reports Organisation Reporters Without Borders expressed concern about legal action against independent weekly The Vanguard Newspaper and objected to the arrest of one of its journalists, who exposed dealings of company boss and local African Development Agency (ADA) director Wendell Macintosh.The newspaper carried an article on 14 October by Moses Kowo headlined “ADA Boss Scoops US$13,000 from LEC”. The article said that Macintosh, CEO of auto-importer Universal Harmony Incorporated, had signed a contract in February 2004 to sell two vehicles to the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC), but they had never been delivered.Contacted by the newspaper for his version of the facts, Macintosh immediately tipped off his lawyer who threatened the newspaper with legal action if the report appeared. The newspaper’s management team nevertheless decided to publish.The paper’s editor Crispin Tulay, his deputy Cheechiay Jablasone and journalist Moses Kowo, received a summons on 15 October on a complaint by Macintosh under Section 14.27 of the new criminal law punishing publication of news that is “false and misleading with the intention of exposing someone to hatred, contempt and ridicule”. Kowo also had an arrest warrant served on him but he was allowed to remain at liberty on payment of 1,500 Liberian dollars (about 30 euros) bail.”While the country is in a period transition after years of war and in a year of relative calm, we are astonished at this sudden attack against the independent press,” the worldwide press freedom organisation said. “It is worrying that the courts should have been drawn into a case like this and an arrest warrant issued against a journalist.””The Vanguard Newspaper did its job correctly and its journalists should not have to fear being thrown in prison. We call on the Liberian justice system to drop the action against this weekly. We also urge the government to accept that decriminalising press offences is vital to democracy-building.”Macintosh’s lawyer failed to appear at the first hearing of the case on 18 October. Reporters Without Borders has learned that the following day the businessman’s legal team proposed an out of court settlement to the newspaper. Negotiations were due to open shortly. Help by sharing this information to go further The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa Receive email alerts News Newscenter_img News RSF urges Liberian authorities to investigate threats against journalists December 16, 2020 Find out more LiberiaAfrica November 27, 2020 Find out more Follow the news on Liberia Covid-19 emergency laws spell disaster for press freedom October 20, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Arrest warrant slapped on journalist whose reporting upset businessman June 12, 2020 Find out morelast_img read more


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first_imgNews May 26, 2021 Find out more Follow the news on Myanmar US journalist held in Yangon prison notorious for torture RSF_en Thai premier, UN rapporteurs asked to prevent journalists being returned to Myanmar News Help by sharing this information News MyanmarAsia – Pacific Newscenter_img The Supreme Court has commuted death sentences against four people, including sports journalist Zaw Thet Htwe, to three years in prison.Reporters Without Borders (Reporters sans frontières) and the Burma Media Association (BMA) welcomed the 12 May Supreme Court decision to quash the death sentence against the journalist and his co-accused.The leniency shown by the judges discredited the military governments’ absurd accusation that Zaw Thet Htwe was involved in a conspiracy against the military junta, said the international press freedom organisation, joining the BMA in calling for Htwe’s immediate release.A military court on 28 November 2003 sentenced the sports journalist and eight others to death for “high treason” for attempting to kill the leaders of the military junta. The editor of the First Eleven was accused of sending information to opposition militants abroad. He was tortured during interrogation carried out by the military secret service (MIS). His arrest was really linked to the success of his sports magazine First Eleven, specialising in football, and its independent editorial line.His three co-defendants Min Kyi, Aye Myint and Zaw Myo Htet were accused of sending information to the International Labour Organisation (ILO). Five other defendants were sentenced to life imprisonment. The families were only notified of the verdicts the following day.At the beginning of April, their lawyer, U Naing Ngwe Ya, said; “They were not found in possession of any explosives or anti-government documents (…). There was no act of treason and they should be immediately and unconditionally released.”Also in April, Reporters Without Borders and the BMA urged the Supreme Court, in the light of the arbitrary and unfair trial in the lower court, to accept the innocence of the journalist and his fellow accusedHtwe’s wife, Ma Khine Cho Zaw Win, is to be allowed visit her husband in Insein Prison on 23 May. to go further MyanmarAsia – Pacific May 18, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Sports journalist Zaw Thet Htwe has death sentence commuted Organisation RSF asks Germany to let Myanmar journalist Mratt Kyaw Thu apply for asylum Receive email alerts May 31, 2021 Find out more May 12, 2021 Find out morelast_img read more


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first_img Previous articleFatal crash on Shannon to Sixmilebridge RoadNext articleQuinny to tackle positive mental health Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Pictured is Jockey Bryan Cooper, Aisling Fennin, Sponsorship Events Manager Ladbrokes Ireland and Russell Ferris, Limerick Racecourse. Picture Alan Place.Prize money for the Munster National on Sunday October 13 has been increased from €80,000 to €100,000.For the seventh year Ladbrokes will be title sponsors of the 2013 race, which will take place at Limerick Racecourse.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The race has taken place in Greenmount Park for the last 12 years and it is the oldest race in Munster, according to Russell Ferris, Manager of Limerick Racecourse.“We are delighted to have the prize-money increased from €80,000 to €100,000 for this, the oldest race in Munster with records dating back to 1869. I look forward to another thrilling race on what is a fantastic day of National Hunt racing”, said Mr Ferris.Last year, the race was won by Raz De Maree, trained by Dessie Hughes and ridden by jockey Bryan Cooper.Previous winners of the race include Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Imperial Call in 1998, Grade 1 performer Mossbank and top-class chaser Muirhead.“The added purse could entice even greater depth to the field and hopefully the race will be one to savour”, said Hayley O’Connor, Ladbrokes Ireland.The racing action will start at the Limerick Racecourse at 2.05pm with seven national hunt races on the card.Those races will include The Fergus O´Toole Memorial Novice Hurdle Grade 3 of €27,500, which was won last year by Zuzka and Ruby Walsh.The PricewaterhouseCoopers Steeplechase Grade 3 of €30,000 will also be taking place. WhatsApp Linkedin Twitter Facebookcenter_img Print Advertisement OtherHorseracingNewsSport€100,000 prize for Ladbrokes Munster NationalBy Staff Reporter – September 17, 2013 1257 Emaillast_img read more


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first_img Facebook Letterkenny Town Council has been told that two years after commitments were made, upgrades have not yet been implemented at Letterkenny Post Office.Cllr Ciaran Brogan said that an An Post deputation ruled out a second post office in the town, but more staff and counter space were promised in the existing post office to alleviate queues. All members praised the staff at the post office, saying they regularly go above and beyond the call of duty.However, Cllr Brogan says promised work has not happened, and the queues seem to getting longer rather than shorter…………[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/cbrog1pm.mp3[/podcast] Council wants action to improve Letterkenny Post Office PSNI and Gardai urged to investigate Adams’ claims he sheltered on-the-run suspect in Donegal Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released News RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Previous articleVisiting restrictions extended at Letterkenny General HospitalNext articleFlag protests continue in Derry and Limavady News Highland Twitter Twitter Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry center_img WhatsApp Google+ Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers HSE warns of ‘widespread cancellations’ of appointments next week Facebook By News Highland – December 12, 2012 Google+ Pinterest Pinterest 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republiclast_img read more


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