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School of Nations hosts caribbean educational leadership conference

first_img– aims at developing Guyana’s education sectorSeveral educators from various countries on Thursday converged at the School of Nations for a Caribbean conference and workshop focused on education leadership.The two-day event, which is in collaboration with the Education Ministry and the British High Commission, is an initiative which will result in introduction of the Cambridge Certificate in Educational Leadership, which the institution has been approved to offer by the Education Ministry.Director of the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD), Jennifer Cumberbatch, who shared remarks on behalf of Education MinisterThis book, “Educational Leadership”, was launched on ThursdayNicolette Henry, noted that Guyana had a history of producing inspirational educators, but this has vanished over the past few years.“It is vital to remember our history, the fact that we were at the top of our field in education and across the Caribbean region. We’ve had an education system that was diverse in its reach and scope. The recipients of this lost legacy have become leaders themselves, here in Guyana and in the diaspora, across a wide spectrum of professions,” she added.Additionally, from the panel of key speakers, a representative of the Limited Resources Teachers Training (LRTT), Emily Fennigan, gave an insight on the projects that will, in the coming months, be conducted to improve Guyana’s education sector from a teaching perspective. The LRTT has been working in Guyana for the past three years in various areas of developmental studies.“We believe that teacher quality is really the key to ensuring that every child has a rich education and experience. So many teachers and Guyana included don’t have access to quality training, or they’re looking for more support in that area,” she stated.In light of this issue, partnerships were developed between the United States of America (USA), United Kingdom (UK) and Australia, where teachers from these countries would visit the local communities to assist, observe, and also learn from the local educators. For five weeks, teachers’ training conferences are then organised to address various issues being faced by the teachers.Fennigan also added that there are plans to introduce this programme in other countries of the world, such as Gambia and Afghanistan. During the two-day exercise, educators from various countries are expected to share their experiences with various institutions and communities that they have served. Director of Nations, Dr Brian 0’Toole, also took the opportunity to launch his new book, titled “Educational Leadership”, which outlines 40 years of experience in working on developmental projects in Guyana, which he has accumulated during his stay here.last_img read more

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Courts Pee Wee tournament kicks off in fine style

first_imgContinuing their legacy of producing fine youth footballers, the Courts/Petra Pee Wee Tournament kicked off the 2018 edition early on Saturday morning.In this its seventh year, the tournament has seen participation from 32 schools, a considerably higher number than in previous years.Speaking at the opening ceremony, Co-Director of the Petra Organisation, Troy Mendonca, noted that the students have been presented with an opportunity to perfect their craft from a young age, and as such should capitalise on it.“I think this is an opportunity presented to you, the youngsters, as a springboard towards a life that many of us didn’t have an opportunity to have. I just want to encourage you to utilise this opportunity, enjoy the moment, and may the best team win,” Mendonca stated.Courts’ Marketing Manager Pernell Cummings, as representative of the primary sponsor, expressed similar sentiments as Mendonca’s, noting a few areas that the sport helps to develop.“Football is a beautiful game. It’s the world’s game, and you have an opportunity here to start your career in football. It may take you to the high school level, it may take you to the national level, it make take you to the global scale. But most of all, it builds camaraderie among your peers; it builds leaders,” he stated.Cummings expressed that the company is happy to be a part of the competition for the seventh year running, and positively highlighted the inclusion of more ‘out of town’ teams.“Courts is happy to support this, and we will continue to support (this tournament) in the future. This year I’ve seen much more teams from out of town, and I’m happy for this, and I know you will represent well in this tournament,” he declared.The Under-11 action will continue for the next seven weeks, with West Ruimveldt Primary looking to defend their championship. For the next two weeks, the teams will be involved in round robin matches, competing with the other schools in their group. The tournament will be played at the Ministry of Education Ground on Carifesta Avenue.last_img read more

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Movies make money for U.S.

first_imgWith filming taking place in almost every state in the U.S., the entertainment industry generated more than 1.3 million jobs and contributed $60.4 billion to the country’s economy, according to a report released Tuesday by the Motion Picture Association of America. The nationwide economic report, based on an analysis of 2005 data from studios, networks, payroll companies, guilds and government agencies, credits the industry for $30.24 billion in wages for workers, $30.2 billon in revenue to U.S. vendors and suppliers. On top of that, the industry generated $10 billion in state and federal taxes. “The creative output of the American motion picture and television industry is widely appreciated around the world, yet its contribution to the nation’s economy is seldom recognized,” MPAA Chairman and CEO Dan Glickman said. “This report, which provides a conservative snapshot of a global industry, confirms the importance of filmed entertainment production to America’s economy.” The report was unveiled at an MPAA symposium held in Washington, D.C., that included the participation of actor Will Smith, directors Steven Soderbergh and Taylor Hackford, Netflix founder Reed Hastings and several politicians and industry executives. Glickman said the first-of-its-kind symposium was organized to educate and inform policymakers and others about the value of the movie business. “Policymakers need to understand more clearly the economic power of the movies, the incredible risk and investment involved in making a movie, and challenges we face as an industry,” Glickman said. “An event such as this is long overdue in Washington.” Domestic box-office revenue in 2006, driven by “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest,” “Cars” and “The Da Vinci Code” among others, recovered from sluggish ticket sales in 2005. But the bad news is that the loss from intellectual property theft is generally pegged at around $6 billion, with $3.8 billion of that loss coming from “hard” goods – bootleg DVDs being sold on the streets of New York, Beijing, Moscow and other major cities. Rep. Howard Berman, D-Van Nuys, noted that piracy swipes money not just from celebrities and industry moguls, but also from thousands of middle-class Americans. He described running into one woman in his North Hollywood neighborhood who told him that she lives off the payments of music her late husband wrote for a film. “While you think of some high-paid executives or stars, a huge number of people are below the line,” Berman said. The newly minted chairman of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Intellectual Property Rights, Berman said his panel has a full plate of legislation this year aimed at strengthening copyright laws and beating back illegal downloaders. In addition to giving the Justice Department more resources to fight music and movie theft, he said, the panel also hopes to work on ways of enabling government officials or private industries to formally notify an ISP owner that copyrighted material is being shown illegally on a specific site. Once that notification is given, Berman said, it will make it easier for parties to take legal action against a Web site. Berman also noted the importance of hammering out trade agreements with Russia and other countries that respect intellectual property rights. greg.hernandez@dailynews.com (818)713-3758 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Bryant physical, not dirty

first_img“The reputation that I want to have is that of being a physical basketball player that plays hard,” Bryant said, “not one that goes out and tries to intentionally hurt people. That’s something that I guard against. I respect the game too much.” The suspension could not have come at a worse time for the “fragile” Lakers, as Bryant put it, who have dropped four consecutive games after Wednesday’s loss in Milwaukee and are down to 10 available players because of injury. There also is the matter of how Bryant will avoid a third strike, literally and figuratively, with the league office. He has been suspended for two nearly identical plays in which he flailed his arm trying to draw a foul after having his shot blocked. “When you play, you try not to think about that type of stuff because it winds up affecting your game,” Bryant said. “You go out there and just play basketball. That’s what I try to do. I just have to be a little bit more mindful, I guess.” Lakers coach Phil Jackson said he had “umpteen” video examples of Bryant flailing his arms after shots with nobody around. He said Bryant would have to be on guard to avoid a third offense, but also called on the league not to be punitive. “There are people that pile on and we know there are NBA people that like to pile on and add to that,” Jackson said. “We know that he’s a competitor and he’s a performer and we trust the league’s got a fair analysis of that.” Bryant described having a “helpless” feeling watching in two different restaurants as the Lakers never led against Milwaukee. He also made clear that he felt he had been singled out not once but twice with the suspensions. PHILADELPHIA – This hardly was the homecoming Kobe Bryant envisioned in returning to the city that launched him to the NBA. He’s having to defend himself in the wake of a play that wasn’t exactly full of brotherly love. After serving his second one-game suspension of the season, Bryant specifically wanted Thursday to address the perception – fueled by so many replays of him striking Manu Ginobili and Marko Jaric in the head – that he is a dirty player. center_img “I can’t go through a process of just feeling bad for myself,” Bryant said. “Obviously, I believe I got a raw deal on both of them. I’ve seen a lot worse go down. But there’s nothing you can do about it.” The first time Bryant was suspended, from a Jan. 30 game against New York, he returned the next night and unloaded 43 points in a victory against Boston. Jackson guessed things would be different tonight against Philadelphia if only because the 76ers have a capable player in Andre Iguodala to defend Bryant. The Celtics threw second-year guard Gerald Green to the wolves against Bryant. “You’ve got a guy that’s a quality defender here that’s going to make it tough for him,” Jackson said. “It’s going to be a tight battle.” The Lakers have lost 10 of 13 games, with Jackson describing them as “free-falling for three weeks.” Bryant, meanwhile, spoke of trying to shield his young teammates from the burden of performing in these final 20 games of the regular season. “Let me handle the pressure in terms of media, in terms of expectations,” Bryant said. “You guys just go out there and play. “Because when you have young players, that’ll tend to bog them down a little bit. I just want them to relax and play.” Jackson said he didn’t expect forward Ronny Turiaf to play tonight and compared Turiaf’s back spasms to those that sidelined Phoenix’s Boris Diaw for nine games … Jaric was asked Thursday about Bryant being a dirty player and told the St. Paul Pioneer Press: “First of all, to be a dirty player, you need to be dirty on defense. “I never heard somebody’s offensively a dirty player. On defense, he’s pretty legit. He’s a good defender. I don’t consider him a dirty player.” ross.siler@dailynews.com (818) 713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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GAOTH DOBHAIR GIRL MARY HELPS TO LAUNCH TEMPLE STREET ‘TRICK OR TREAT’ FUNDRAISER

first_imgMary Ni Ghallachóir (15) from Gweedore, Co. Donegal, helps TV presenter and writer Maia Dunphy launch Trick or Treat for Temple Street. To register your Trick or Treat party and get your party pack go to www.templestreet.ie or call 01 878 4344.Fifteen-year-old Temple Street patient Mary Ní Ghallachóir from Gaoth Dobhair has helped TV presenter and writer Maia Dunphy launch Trick or Treat for Temple Street.Maia and Mary are encouraging everyone in Co. Donegal – kids, adults, schools and work places – to host a spooky party and help Temple Street.Funds raised from ‘Trick or Treat for Temple Street’ will help construct a new Neurology and Renal Outpatients Unit. These units are lifelines for more than 6,000 sick children every year and are in desperate need of a new and improved home. Denise Fitzgerald, CEO of Temple Street Foundation told Donegal Daily: “People all around the country have already caught the Trick or Treat for Temple Street bug, and we are so grateful that they have.“This year we want to make Trick or Treat our biggest National party ever. We are asking people everywhere to pick up their broomsticks, put on their witch’s hats and make a lasting difference to very sick children’s lives.”To register your Trick or Treat party and get your party pack go to www.templestreet.ie or call 01 878 4344.GAOTH DOBHAIR GIRL MARY HELPS TO LAUNCH TEMPLE STREET ‘TRICK OR TREAT’ FUNDRAISER was last modified: October 5th, 2015 by John2Share 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:donegalGaoth Dobhair‘Trick or Treat for Temple Street’last_img read more

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FUNDRAISING CYCLE FOR MIZEN TO MALIN CHALLENGE THIS THURSDAY IN BURTONPORT

first_imgA cycling event will take place this Thursday in Burtonport, to help raise funds for the An Post Malin to Mizen cycling challenge which takes place on June Bank Holiday Weekend. The cycle kicks off this Thursday evening in Burtonport, and there will be two options available to those who participate.Cyclists can choose between participating in a 20k cycle or a 40k cycle around the Rosses. Registration is open from 6pm at the Burtonport Community Centre.Burtonport man Owen Coyle, is one of eight cyclists from An Post, who are set to cycle from Mizen to Malin Head on the June Bank Holiday Weekend for charityThere will be two helpers accompanying the eight cyclists on the five day charity trek.The other cyclists joining Owen Coyle, are Paul Herrity, Martin McGinley, Liam O’Grady, Eamon McGlinchey, Mark Nee, Jarlaith Lee and Austin Lee. Those seven men are all based in Letterkenny, so Owen Coyle will be flying the flag for the Rosses.The boys have been in training for months in preparation for the 678 km marathon.It is hoped a large crowd turns out for the fundraising cycle on Thursday, with all proceeds going to raise funds for charity.So get down to the Burtonport Community Centre on Thursday, and show your support to the lads from An Post, before they undertake the epic journey from Malin to Mizen in a fortnight’s time.FUNDRAISING CYCLE FOR MIZEN TO MALIN CHALLENGE THIS THURSDAY IN BURTONPORT was last modified: May 20th, 2014 by John2Share 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:An PostburtonportcharityCycling EventMalinMizennewsSportlast_img read more

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DONEGAL SCHOOLS TO TAKE PART IN UNIQUE PROJECT TO PUT ENGLISH LANGUAGE ‘ON HOLD’

first_imgThree Donegal primary schools are taking part in a unique project aimed at immersing junior infants in the Irish language.The schools, which are all located in the Gaeltacht region, all plan to delay the teaching of the English language for a year until the children enter senior infants.The schools taking part in the project include Scoil Rann na Feirste, Scoil Dhoire Chonaire and Scoil Chaiseal na gCorr. A spokesman for the project, Éamonn Mac Niallais, said research has shown the plan is working.“It is very clear from international and national research on immersion education that not only does this system improve the acquisition of the minority language, in this case Irish, but also that it improves standards in both languages in senior classes.“Therefore, this system is to the benefit of all pupils and is recognised as international best practice for minority language medium schools such as Gaelscoileanna and Gaeltacht schools,” he said.There are seven other primary schools in the Gaeltacht category A area in Donegal. Some of these schools have yet to make a decision on immersion education but project organisers hope they will make the same decision as these three schools.“It is of critical importance to us as one of the strongest Gaeltacht communities in Ireland that we are prepared to take positive steps to demonstrate our committment to the conservation and development of the Irish language.“We have to acknowledge that there is a crisis in even the strongest Gaeltacht areas in terms of the lack of usage by young people of the Irish language in their normal everyday social interactions.“The introduction of immersion education in Gaeltacht schools in not the answer to all of these problems but it is definitely a step in the right direction and is to be welcomed,” he said.Ends Ní neart go cur le chéileTá tús curtha inniu ag trí bhunscoil Ghaeltachta san Iarthuaisceart leis an tumoideachas ins na naíonáin bheaga; Scoil Rann na Feirste, Scoil Dhoire Chonaire agus Scoil Chaiseal na gCorr. Séard atá i gceist go bunúsach leis seo nó nach mbeidh na scoileanna seo ag tosnú ar theagasc an Bhéarla leis na daltaí go dtí na naíonáin mhóra ar a laghad. Déanann muid comhghairdeas leis na tuismitheoirí, na Boird Bhainistíochta agus na múinteoirí ins na scoileanna seo a ghlac an cinneadh dearfach seo.Is cinnte ón taighde idirnáisiúnta agus náisiúnta atá déanta ar an tumoideachas, ní amháin go bhfuil sé chun leas na mionteanga (an Ghaeilge) ach go mbíonn torthaí foghlama níos airde á mbaint amach ag na daltaí ins an dá theanga. Mar sin de, is chun leas an pháiste atá an cleachtas seo.Tá buíochas ag gabháil d’Eagraíocht na Scoileanna Gaeltachta agus COGG a d’eagraigh seimineár do lucht teagaisc na scoileanna Gaeltachta san Earrach ar an ábhar seo. Chomh maith le sin, d’eagraigh siad seisiúin eolais do na Boird Bainistíochta agus cúrsa traenála do mhuinteoirí ar fhoghraíocht na Gaeilge. Tá seacht mbunscoil eile i gCatagóir A san Iarthuaisceart agus tuigeann muid go bhfuil cinneadh le déanamh go fóill ag roinnt acu seo agus tá súil againn go nglacfaidh siad uilig an cinneadh céanna. Tá sé fíorthábhachtach dúinn mar phobal Gaeltachta na céimeanna dearfacha seo a ghlacadh le léiriú go bhfuil muid dáiríre faoi thodhchaí na teanga a chinntiú. Tá géarchéim ann ó thaobh úsáid na Gaeilge i measc aos óg na Gaeltachta; ní réiteach na faidhbe ann féin atá sa tumoideachas ach is cinnte gur cuid den réiteach é.EndsDONEGAL SCHOOLS TO TAKE PART IN UNIQUE PROJECT TO PUT ENGLISH LANGUAGE ‘ON HOLD’ was last modified: August 31st, 2011 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)last_img read more

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AUSTERITY HAS FAILED, DOHERTY TELLS ARD FHEIS IN KEYNOTE SPEECH

first_imgAUSTERITY has failed Ireland, Pearse Doherty told his party’s Ard Fheis in Co Mayo today.The Donegal TD, Sinn Fein’s Finance spokesman, said record numbers using St Vincent de Paul and soup kitchens, were testament to a failed economic policy.He said the Government needed to invest in people and jobs. Here is his speech in full:A chairde – le cúig bliana anuas tá €28 Billiún bainte amach as an eacnamaíocht ag Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael agus Lucht Oibre i gcánacha agus i gciorruithe.Tá an cuir chuige Déine seo atá acu chun déileáil leis an ghéarchéim go díreach mar an gcéanna leis an cuir chuige atá ag páirti na gCoimeádach sa Bhreatain, Déine atá ag cur ciorruithe agus cánacha i bhfeidhm agus a bhfuil tionchur dhíreach aige ar an bhloc-dheontas a fhaigheann an Tionól sna 6 Chontae. Ach inniu sna 26 Contae, i ndiaidh cúig bliana den déine seo uilig, tá an easnamh níos airde ná bhí sé nuair a thárla an tobchliseadh eacnamaíochta. Anois, i ndiaidh na billiúin agus billiúin i gcánacha agus i gciorruithe, agus blianta de phian agus fulaingt ag muintir na tíre seo – ní bheadh iontas ar bith duit ceist a chuir – cén fáth ar bh’éigean dúinn dul tríd an oiread sin chun theacht ar ais chuig an áit cheanann chéanna ar thosaigh muid?Nuair a chluinfidh tú an freagra, cuirfidh sé fearg mhór ort – Cuireann sé fearg ormsa. Tá cúig bliana gan stad déanta againn ag tabhairt tarrtháil ar na bainc príobhaideacha.Tá cúig bliana curtha isteach againn – le polasaí chun an eacnamaíocht a chúngú; le chiorruithe i gcaiteachas poiblí agus ag faisceadh na pingineacha deireanacha amach as na daoine.Rinne an dá pholasaí seo; tarrtháil ar an bainc agus cúngú an eacnamaíocht, boilsciú ar an easnamh agus ansin nar bhféidir é a laghdú ach trí na gnáth cháin–íocóirí a bhualadh arís agus arís agus arís eile.At the start of this crisis, Sinn Fein pointed out that were the government to follow a route austerity, of contracting the economy through taxes and cuts, it would lengthen the recession and it would destroy public service provision and whole communities. We pointed out that it was not just morally bankrupt but economically foolish to pour billions of taxpayer’s money into dodgy banks while bondholders were rewarded in full.It gives me no pleasure to say we were correct.We in Sinn Fein didn’t have to wait for the former IMF head of mission to Ireland to tell us so as he did this week that it was wrong to pay off bondholders and impose austerity on the Irish people.We have been beating that drum since the start of the crisis. But Fianna Fail, Fine Gael and the Labour party told us that they knew better and what a fine mess they made of it. Unemployment at record levels, emigration at record levels, mortgage distress at record levels, poverty and child poverty growing public services slashed and vital supports to the most vulnerable withdrawn.But the sad thing is they think they are doing a good job, they tell us we are meeting the troika targets. They tell us Merkel thinks we are special. Our Enda, Eamon and Michael are the best boys in the class always first to raise their hands willing to offer this state as a guinea pig to test out the latest austerity approach from their EU Masters.There was no easy way out of the economic mess that Fianna Fail created with their banker and developer friends but there was a better way and still is a fairer way.If we had followed a path of growth and recovery – if the government had invested in job creation in the same way it was happy to invest our money into broken banks – we would not have endured what we have over the past five years.We would not have seen hundreds of thousands of our young people emigrate.We would not have seen families driven to despair in mortgage distress.We would not have seen unprecedented numbers forced to turn to the ST Vincent de Paul, soup kitchens and other charities to makes ends meet.The reality is that it is not too late to admit that the austerity experiment has failed.We have a choice over the next few years in this state.We can choose to invest in jobs, to invest in people and to invest in recovery.Or we can continue down a dangerous path of taxing low and middle income earners and cutting frontline services and workers.For Sinn Fein the choice is obvious. We would grow the economy to recovery. We would make tax choices that are fair and we would eliminate only waste in public spending.We would do this by reducing taxes on low and middle income earners and asking those at the very top to pay a bit more.By a 13 billion euro jobs investment package investing in people our economy and the future creating over 150,000 jobs in construction, tourism, IT, the public service and in renewable energy.And we would resolve the distress mortgage crisis by removing the power from the banks who have failed to deal with the issue over the past five years. We would allow an independent panel to adjudicate of the appropriate solution for those that find themselves in mortgage distress. Solutions that would be determined on a case buy case basis and have debt write down as a central option.Austerity has failed it is time for an alternative.This is our alternative, and it is better for the economy and better for our people.AUSTERITY HAS FAILED, DOHERTY TELLS ARD FHEIS IN KEYNOTE SPEECH was last modified: April 13th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:AUSTERITY HAS FAILEDDOHERTY TELLS ARD FHEIS IN KEYNOTE SPEECHlast_img read more

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McBREARTY TO ASK FELLOW COUNCILLORS TO SUPPORT MOTION TO ABOLISH WATER CHARGES

first_imgIndependent County Councillor Frank McBrearty is to put down a motion calling on Donegal County Councillors to support a motion to abolish water charges.The former Mayor of Donegal has written to current Mayor John Campbell asking him to hold a special meeting on the water charges issue facing Donegal.Cllr McBrearty described the situation as a ‘crisis’ which must be addressed. “I am requesting that a special meeting be held in order to allow the members of Donegal County Council to debate the ongoing crisis that residents face with the billing of water charges by Irish water.“The elected members can discuss what steps should be taken in support of the citizens that gave us a mandate to represent them at Local government level.“If a special meeting is agreed, it is my intention to put forward a motion calling on the members of Donegal County Council to support the abolition of water charges on residential homes and that the government accept the decision and mandate we have as public representatives,” said Cllr McBrearty in his letter to council chairman John Campbell.  McBREARTY TO ASK FELLOW COUNCILLORS TO SUPPORT MOTION TO ABOLISH WATER CHARGES was last modified: November 8th, 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:ABOLISHCllr Frank McBreartywater chargeslast_img read more

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