Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Barroca’s three at the 3:20 mark of the third quarter gave it its first taste of the lead, 54-53 and the rest was history as the Hotshots cruised to the 86-79 victory.Barroca was instrumental in the turnaround, finishing with 17 points, three assists, and two rebounds to lead Magnolia.The former FEU playmaker said the game served as an eye-opener for the Hotshots in this crucial stretch.“It’s the playoffs. The physicality is already heightened and we have to adjust,” he said. “We focused on the referees and the calls to start the game and we were lost on that. But once we adjusted and played physical, got our defense and pressure done, that’s when we made our run.”ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ Read Next GALLERY: Barangay Ginebra back as PBA Governors’ Cup kings LATEST STORIES And Magnolia will be banking on those learnings as it looks to be more than just a part of the Final Four.“Now, we’re more matured. We’re not looking at the Finals yet. That’s what we’re thinking about last season. But now, we’re taking it one game at a time. We can’t get too ahead of ourselves. The game in the playoffs is different so you have to be prepared at all times,” he said. Magnolia, though, found the spark in old reliable Mark Barroca, who managed to calm his team despite the 20-point deficit, which allowed the Hotshots to storm back into the game.“If you’d look at it as a 20-point deficit, it’s going to be hard. But coach told us to continue chipping the lead away,” the 31-year-old guard said. “We were able to trim it down to 10, but they had a run before the end of the first half. Still, we focused to get some stops until eventually, we were surprised that we’re already closing in on them in the third quarter and got the lead through our defense.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew .@M_Hotshots’ Mark Barroca shares how his team fought from 20 points down and pulled off the tough qf victory vs GlobalPort. #PBA2018 pic.twitter.com/PAmLfPCdMl— Randolph B. Leongson (@RLeongsonINQ) March 6, 2018 Mark Barroca leads Magnolia. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netIt didn’t matter if it had the luxury of a twice-to-beat advantage in the playoffs, Magnolia was determined to move on to the semifinals as quick as it could.But the second seed Hotshots had to dig deep to shake off the seventh-place Batang Pier, who came out firing in their upset bid with a 26-6 start, in their 2018 PBA Philippine Cup quarterfinal duel Tuesday night.ADVERTISEMENT UK plans Brexit celebrations but warns businesses may suffer Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano View comments It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Sea turtle trapped in net freed in Legazpi City Jarencio, Romeo insist all is well after heated argument
CCJ post-judgement advise…despite Jagdeo’s proposal to meet dailyOpposition Leader Bharrat JagdeoPresident David GrangerSeveral days after Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo accepted an invitation from President David Granger to meet and discuss a consensus on the way forward following the recent rulings of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), a date is yet to be set by the Head of State for the much-anticipated engagement.On Friday the President acknowledged Jagdeo’s response to his invitation. Opposition Chief Whip and executive member, Gail Teixeira told Guyana Times that an acknowledgement letter from the President’s office was received on Friday afternoon with no indication as to a possible date for a meeting.“I can tell you that it doesn’t have a date. [It’s just an acknowledgement of Jagdeo’s response] and raising an issue of interpretation but we’ll probably release the letter when we release the response at the same time…,” she stated.According to Teixeira, the party will be considering the correspondence and hopefully respond to the Head of State over the weekend.Following the June 18 rulings that the December passage of the Opposition’s No-Confidence Motion was valid and that the unilateral appointment of ret’d Justice James Patterson as the Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) was unconstitutional, CCJ President Justice Adrian Saunders had urged the two sides to meet to find consensus before last Monday’s hearing for consequential orders. However, President David Granger sent an invitation to Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo on Friday, June 21, 2019, for them to meet after Monday’s hearing.But during that hearing, Justice Saunders expressed disappointment that the two leaders were yet to meet.“These matters are of the highest constitutional significance… and it beats me that the Leader of the Opposition and the President, and their respective counsel, had not met to discuss the issues that confront us. Everybody says these are important issues but it seems as though the same degree of urgency and deliberation that are expected of the courts, we don’t see them being reflected in the behaviour of the political directorate and that I think is unfortunate,” the CCJ President expressed.In fact, he went on to note that the case puts the court in an “awkward position” since it does not want to make political decisions but at the same time it has a remit to ensure that the rule of law is observed. This, Justice Saunders noted, however, can only happen if the political leaders display a spirit of compromise and reasonableness, which will allow the rule of law to take effect.The CCJ President’s comments were made after Attorney General Basil Williams misled the court by saying that President Granger had acted “forthwith” and invited the Opposition Leader to a meeting.However, at a press conference after Monday’s hearing, Jagdeo called out the AG for deliberately misleading the CCJ. According to Jagdeo, a letter was indeed dispatched to his office but states that he was being invited for a meeting after the June 24 consequential ruling with no date or time indicated.Nevertheless, a response letter was sent to the Head of State last Tuesday indicating that Jagdeo is prepared to meet with the President “at any time, and, on a daily basis if needs be”. Despite this, however, no date has been set to discuss the appointment of a new GECOM Chairman following the resignation of Justice Patterson earlier this week.The Opposition Leader told reporters at a press conference on Thursday that he needs to meet with the President first to ascertain the “ground rules” on the way forward, that is, whether they will consider nominees from the 18 names that were previously rejected or come up with a new list altogether. Jagdeo said that he is willing to sit with the President and compile such a list for the purpose of having consensus even though the Constitution requires him to submit a list.Meanwhile, there have been calls from stakeholders for the two leaders to adhere to the CCJ’s advice and meet before the July 12 hearing so as to avoid having the Trinidad-based regional court impose consequential orders.Onus on PresidentAlso weighing in on the issue on Friday was former Minister Leslie Ramsammy, who criticised President Granger for not initiating the meeting to date, saying the onus is on him to do so.“The CCJ, after one week, met with the stakeholders and gave another almost three weeks for dialogue and hopefully avoid consequential orders from the CCJ. No such dialogue has occurred, even five days after the CCJ extended the dialogue period, and now more than two weeks since the rulings. It is an open, brazen contempt for the CCJ,” Ramsammy contended.The former Minister noted that silence by the Government on a date for the meeting loudly signifies their defiance of the CCJ. He went on to dismiss arguments that the President and the coalition Government have initiated consequential actions by having Patterson stepping down, pointing out that the former GECOM Chair was, in fact, fired by the CCJ and Guyana’s Constitution.“Patterson was not comfortable in personally dissing the CCJ. That Patterson walked has nothing to do with Granger and APNU/AFC complying with the CCJ’s rulings,” he stressed.Nevertheless, Ramsammy sounded a call for those who stand for “true democracy” to speak up and ensure the President meets with the Opposition Leader.“As of this time and per the problem we face, the Leader of the Opposition and the PPP have shown patience and their readiness to engage Granger and APNU/AFC. The time is now for all stakeholders to demand Granger meet with the Leader of the Opposition to select a GECOM Chair, even if an interim Chair, and to decide on an election date sooner than later, keeping in mind the constitutional requirement of three months, which expired since March 21st. The three months timeline has to be a non-negotiable timeline since the Government has already run down the clock and illegally held on to power for more than three months already. We must call a spade a spade. Granger and APNU/AFC dissed the Parliament and the Constitution, dissed the Chief Justice and the High Court and now is dissing the CCJ,” Ramsammy posited.
The shell-shocked Dortmund team lost 3-2 to Monaco when the quarter-final, first-leg tie was played less than 24 hours after the attack, eventually bowing out 6-4 on aggregate after losing the second-leg 3-1 away.Ten days after the bomb attack, a German-Russian, who has only been identified as Sergej W., was arrested after it emerged he was motivated by the hope of making huge amounts of money on the stock market in the wake of the attack.The suspect had taken out options on thousands of Borussia’s listed shares in advance and planned to sell them at a pre-determined level after the attack when he bet that share prices would plunge.Federal police have ruled out a possible terrorist attack.Due to the German legal system, the regional court in Dortmund must now decide whether the defendant can be tried on all 28 counts of attempted murder.The case is unlikely to go to trial before the start of 2018.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Borussia Dortmund’s damaged bus is pictured after an explosion some 10km away from the stadium prior to the UEFA Champions League 1st leg quarter-final football match BVB Borussia Dortmund v Monaco in Dortmund, western Germany on April 11, 2017BERLIN, Germany, Aug 29 – German prosecutors revealed Tuesday they are seeking 28 counts of attempted murder against Sergej W., who is accused of the April 11 bomb attack on the Borussia Dortmund team bus.Dortmund’s Spanish defender Marc Bartra needed surgery on a fractured wrist and a police officer was stunned by the blast when three bombs hit the Dortmund team bus on its way to a Champions League home match.
JAGUARS40 TITANS13 JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Jacksonville avoided another slow start and gained some much-needed momentum for the postseason. The Jaguars did it in surprising fashion, too, not needing a comeback thanks to the early work of David Garrard. The Jaguars scored 27 points in the first half for their eighth win in the last nine games. Although all eight victories came against teams with losing records, this one felt much different than others in recent weeks. After trailing in the second half in each of the last four games, Jacksonville (12-4) scored touchdowns on its first two possessions, took advantage of two turnovers and essentially sealed the victory on Derrick Wimbush’s 6-yard TD run with 4:11 remaining in the second quarter. The Jaguars already had clinched the No. 5 seed in the AFC playoffs and learned early in the game they will play at two-time defending champion New England (10-6) on Saturday night. Tennessee finished 4-12. KEY NUMBER: 102 Yards rushing Sunday for Jaguars running back LaBrandon Toefield, a career high. MISC: The Titans committed a franchise-record 18 penalties for 140 yards, and rookie cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones was benched by coach Jeff Fisher after he argued with an official during a timeout. BROWNS20 RAVENS16 CLEVELAND – Dennis Northcutt’s 62-yard punt return helped the Browns win their sixth game under first-year coach Romeo Crennel. Earlier this season, Northcutt twice brought back punts for TDs that were nullified by penalties. After his third-quarter jaunt, he checked to be certain there were no penalty flags and waved his arms like an official. It was the first win in the AFC North for the Browns (6-10), who were embarrassed 41-0 by Pittsburgh a week ago. They finished with two more victories under Crennel than they had in 2004. The Ravens (6-10) had won their two previous games, leading owner Steve Bisciotti to say coach Brian Billick would be back next season. KEY NUMBER: 11 Consecutive losses on the road for the Ravens MISC: Deion Sanders, Baltimore’s fleet-footed “Prime Time” cornerback, may retire at the age of 38, ending his career as one of the game’s most gifted and flamboyant personalities. JETS30 BILLS26 EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Justin Miller returned a kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown with 5:58 remaining, and Ty Law had three interceptions. After Buffalo went ahead on Rian Lindell’s 36-yard field goal, Miller took the ensuing kickoff and tiptoed down the sideline, finally providing the special teams score the Jets (4-12) lacked all season. Buffalo (5-11) had one final shot with 47 seconds left, but Law intercepted Kelly Holcomb’s deep heave. Bills owner Ralph Wilson promised changes after the loss leaving general manager Tom Donahoe’s job in jeopardy. When asked about the job Donahoe has done, Wilson skirted around the topic. “I’m disappointed with the whole season, and I’m going to address it,” Wilson said. “I’m not just going to say, ‘Gee, I hope we get better next year.’ ” KEY NUMBER: 2002 Last season the Bills allowed a kickoff return for a touchdown, when they allowed two in an overtime loss to the Jets. MISC: Buffalo’s Willis McGahee had 22 carries for 113 yards and went over 100 yards for the first time in eight games. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Kansas City Chiefs gave Dick Vermeil a near-perfect goodbye gift. They couldn’t give him what they really wanted, though – one more game as their head coach. The Chiefs were unstoppable on offense and stifling on defense in Sunday’s win. But Pittsburgh’s 35-21 victory over Detroit kept the Chiefs (10-6) from reaching the AFC playoffs, meaning Vermeil’s decision to retire at the end of the season takes effect immediately. “I think they’ve demonstrated that they are a playoff-caliber football team,” Vermeil said. “We just didn’t get some things done that we had to get done at the time we needed to get them done.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Only Shayne Graham’s first-quarter field goal kept the Bengals (11-5) from being shut out for the first time since 2001, and the AFC North champions take a two-game losing streak into their first playoff appearance in 15 years. But at least they get to go, as the No. 3 seed hosting Pittsburgh in the first round Sunday. Larry Johnson ran for 201 yards and a career-high three scores on 21 carries, his ninth straight 100-yard game, and broke Kansas City’s single-season rushing record with 1,750 yards. KEY NUMBER: 4 Including the 2005 Chiefs, teams that have finished with a 10-6 record and failed to make the playoffs since the NFL expanded the postseason field to 12 teams. MISC: Cincinnati’s Rudi Johnson and Chad Johnson are only the third set of teammates to set franchise rushing and receiving records in the same season, joining Dallas’ Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin (1995), and Houston’s Domanick Davis and Andre Johnson (2004).
With the Rose Parade set for today and the big game on Wednesday, local officials had plenty of time to indulge themselves. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa planned to spend the first day of 2006 traveling around the city and working at a shelter for battered women. In doing so, he passed up an invitation to attend the second-term inauguration of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who attended Villaraigosa’s inauguration. For City Council President-elect Eric Garcetti, considered one of the council’s wonks, it was participating in the 25th annual Renaissance Weekend in South Carolina, the event started by former President Clinton to bring together different sorts of folks to mull public policy issues. Garcetti was assigned to talk about how to make cities more livable and to come up with some political predictions. Speaking of politics and presidents, a Democratic candidate for the state Assembly seat being given up by Fran Pavley might have the endorsement of perhaps the nation’s most popular former president. Kelly Hayes-Raitt has picked up the backing of outgoing President Jed Bartlett. Well, OK, it’s actor Martin Sheen – who might have more political opposition than the character he plays on the “West Wing” – but it’s still an endorsement. Hayes-Raitt said she met Sheen in 1993, and the two have worked together on various issues involving the homeless and living wages. The district she is running for includes portions of the West San Fernando Valley and Ventura County. The beginning of the year marks a time for starting with a clean slate. Jim Alger, the neighborhood activist and Democratic candidate for state Assembly, issued a statement recently to try to clear up what has been a whispering campaign against him. Alger said he had been convicted 10 years ago for incorrectly filling out a driver’s license and the charge was later dismissed. Alger said the problem occurred because he had been adopted and legally changed his name. He failed to check a box that he had a driver’s license under another name. “Everything I did was done legally except in filling out a form in haste and making this seemingly innocuous mistake,” Alger said in the statement. “The conviction was later set aside and dismissed by the California Superior Court. “While most people in my life are aware of this mistake, now at the very beginning of the campaign seemed like the appropriate time to put this matter where it belongs, in the past.” Alger is running for the seat centered in Granada Hills that is being vacated by Republican Assemblyman Keith Richman. Rick Orlov, (213) 978-0390 email@example.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The dustup last week over whether Dodgers owner Frank McCourt was trying to undercut the organized effort to bring professional football back to Los Angeles has strengthened the delicate coalition backing use of the Memorial Coliseum. Even as McCourt and other Dodgers officials insisted that they, too, are behind the Coliseum effort, the leak of memos outlining a potential bid for an NFL team at a new Chavez Ravine stadium served to energize local officials – and also expose the ongoing problem with the National Football League. The league likes parity on the football field. It likes competition for the right to get a franchise. Those are among the reasons Los Angeles has been without professional football for 10 seasons and why the city is constantly used as a bargaining chip against other cities. It was the case when the league was able to drive up the costs for a Houston franchise by using Los Angeles as a competitor. It is the case now, as the NFL debates the future of the New Orleans Saints beyond next season. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson In the most recent effort, the NFL has been delaying a decision on Los Angeles for months as it has looked at other local venues, from Carson to Pasadena to Anaheim. All of which has resulted in high anxiety among Los Angeles officials, who were close to having some dramatic in-fighting until the McCourt memos surfaced. But the McCourt revelation allowed officials to bang the drum for their efforts at the Coliseum and, at the same time, beat up on McCourt and the Dodgers. And, if McCourt wants to win his way back into the good graces of local officials, his best efforts are probably not with football: He will get all sorts of accolades if the Dodgers start winning. How did you spend your New Year’s Day?
Pep Guardiola has confirmed he wants to bring Everton’s John Stones and Schalke’s Leroy Sane to Manchester City, amid a series of reports linking the duo with summer moves to the Etihad Stadium.Interest in the English defender has ramped up in recent days, with talks ongoing concerning a £50 million deal for the talented centre-back.Sane is also a known target, and although he has told his current club he wants to leave, City have yet to enjoy any breakthroughs in a move for the 20-year-old winger.Speaking following City’s victory over Borussia Dortmund in the International Champions Cup, Guardiola confirmed that both players are on his shortlist, although he refused to divulge details on either deal.The Catalan said: “Sane is a player from Schalke. If he comes, we’ll be happy. If he stays, I’ll be happy for the Schalke fans.In relation to Stones, Guardiola said: “It’s the same answer for Sane – he’s a player for Everton.“Everyone knows we’re going to try but we will see.”The Everton star flew out to Germany on Thursday for a two-match tournament in Dresden.The defender played 30 minutes of Tuesday’s win at MK Dons, his first appearance since returning from extended leave after being part of England’s Euro 2016 squad. 1 John Stones and Leroy Sane are wanted by Pep Guardiola
Letterkenny Town Councillor Jimmy Kavanagh has been selected to go forward for selection for the forthcoming county council elections.Cllr Jimmy KavanaghCllr Kavanagh was selected at a recent meeting of the Michael Collins/Dr.McGinley branch of Fine Gael in Letterkenny.Cllr. Kavanagh was proposed by Eddie McKeever and seconded by Doreen Sheridan-Kennedy. Cllr. Kavanagh was elected to Letterkenny Town Council in 2009, if he is selected at convention he will be contesting his first County council election.Speaking after the meeting Cllr. Kavanagh said he was delighted to have been selected by his local branch to go forward to convention, and that he would relish the opportunity to contest a county council election, if he was selected at convention.He added that he was proud to have represented the party at Town Council level over the last four and a half years, and was looking forward to the party convention in the New Year. KAVANAGH TO STAND FOR COUNTY COUNCIL ELECTIONS was last modified: December 3rd, 2013 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) Tags:Cllr Jimmy Kavanaghconventioncounty councilletterkenny
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week But the California Highway Patrol said nudity is banned at the state Capitol and threatened arrests, warning that anyone arrested might have to permanently register with the state as a sex offender. The group asked Burrell to block arrests, saying demonstrating bare-chested is part of their protest. “We feel what we are doing is harmless,” Sherry Glaser said after the ruling. “It’s a demonstration of what freedom is, what peace is, what liberty is.” State officials have been consistent in their enforcement. They threatened to arrest a member of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals whose bare body was painted to look like a cat, as well as gay rights protesters who wore transparent pants and pasties. Those demonstrators complied, but a man who stripped to protest a marijuana arrest was hauled off to jail. The state argued that topless women at the Capitol could snarl traffic, expose visiting children to nudity and tempt sex offenders. SACRAMENTO – Women who planned to protest topless at the state Capitol on Monday can be busted if they go ahead with their bare-chested demonstration, a federal judge said. U.S. District Judge Garland E. Burrell ruled Friday that “there is no First Amendment right to bare breasts on the grounds of the state Capitol.” To draw attention to their views, members of the Mendocino-based group Breasts Not Bombs have demonstrated topless without incident in the San Francisco Bay area and at an anti-war rally in Washington, D.C.. In this case, their protest is aimed at initiatives backed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Tuesday’s special election ballot. Breasts Not Bombs has a permit for its protest, and members were considering over the weekend whether it was worth risking arrest during the demonstration.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Newman, who missed nearly all of 2017 due to injury, dominated in her return to the circle in 2018. She was named Missouri Valley Conference Pitcher of the Year for the second time in her career. Newman finished with a 22-5 record, an MVC-low earned run average of 0.89 (tied for third in nation) and 245 strikeouts. Newman, who threw three no-hitters in 2018, including just the fourth-ever in an MVC Tournament in the Bulldogs’ semifinal victory over Valparaiso, is No. 1 all-time at Drake and No. 7 in MVC history in career strikeouts with 800. Newman, who was selected to the 2018 NFCA Midwest All-Region First Team, was picked to the NFCA Midwest All-Region Second Team in 2015 and 2016 and is a three-time All-MVC First Team selection. Newman, who was named to the 2018 National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-America Third Team after a stellar 2018 season, on the Watch List that includes 24 seniors, 16 juniors and 10 sophomores, with freshman ineligible for consideration. Newman is one of 11 student-athletes who play for non-Power 5 institutions on the Watch List. Story Links Newman recorded 10 or more strikeouts in nine games last season, including a career-high 18 in her first no-hitter against Valparaiso during the regular season, and hit double-digit strikeouts in 29 games in her career. She is tied for No. 2 all-time in career wins at Drake with 64. Her 22 wins in 2018 tied with her 2016 win total for the second-best single season win total in school history. OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Redshirt senior pitcher Nicole Newman (Madison, Wis.) of the Drake University softball team has been selected to the Top 50 Watch List for the 2019 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Award, USA Softball announced Wednesday, Jan. 30. Drake opens the 2019 season Feb. 8 against Toledo at the UNI-Dome Tournament. Print Friendly Version USA Softball Top 50 Watch List
The Raphoe 5K Family Run takes place tomorrow, January 1st.The event is hosted by the Raphoe Playground and the Raphoe Boxing Club.Registration is from noon and the run starts at 2pm. RAPHOE FAMILY 5K RUN TO KICK OFF THE NEW YEAR! was last modified: December 31st, 2014 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) Tags:donegalRaphoe Family Run