Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Google+ Homepage BannerNews News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Pinterest Pinterest Facebook Harps come back to win in Waterford WhatsApp Donegal Publicans support Garda Anti-Drugs campaigainMembers of the Donegal VintinersÕ Federation of Ireland at the launch of of the anti-drugs awareness campaign in association with An Garda SochnaMartin Gibbons Chairman of Donegal Branch of VFI.and Van Hanley. From from left, Martin Barrett, Secretary VFI Garda Detective Inspector Pat OÕDonnell, Pauric Mc Gan National President of VFI ,Galway, and Alice Lynch National Executive of VFI Photo Brian McDaidDonegal members of the Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) have today launched an anti-drugs awareness campaign in partnership with An Garda Síochána.The new campaign will see posters appearing in all VFI pubs in the county alerting the public to the use of illegal drugs. The poster provides a Garda phone number to call if customers see any suspicious behaviour.According to VFI Donegal Chairman Martin Gibbons, the consumption of illegal drugs is an ongoing problem.He says: “We want our pubs to be as safe and welcoming as possible for our customers but unfortunately we have a significant issue with people using illegal drugs. The new campaign is designed to inform customers that we have a zero-tolerance policy towards drug taking in our pubs and if they spot any suspicious activity they should phone the number on the poster.Martin Gibbons added: “This Garda campaign has the full support of publicans and we’re delighted to be facilitating the posters in our pubs. Donegal pubs are famous for their hospitality and we want to ensure that continues to be the case. The message this campaign sends out is clear – there is no welcome for drug taking in our pubs.”The Garda confidential phone number is: 087 067 5529 Previous articleDerry councillor concerned at fireworks incidents in CregganNext articleMLA wages to be cut as Bradley addresses Stormont impasse News Highland DL Debate – 24/05/21 Google+ Donegal publicans support Garda anti-drugs campaign RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter By News Highland – September 6, 2018 WhatsApp Twitter Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA
Overland Park Presbyterian church just off downtown Overland Park.Businessman plans office tower project for site of Overland Park Presbyterian. Tim Barton, the founder of Freightquote, has purchased the site of Overland Park Presbyterian church and much of the surrounding block with plans to develop a 130,000 to 150,000 square foot office and retail complex, according to the Kansas City Business Journal. The church property went up for sale last summer. [Freightquote founder plans office tower on site of historic OP church — Kansas City Business Journal]Education First Shawnee Mission featured in story about Johnson County grassroots groups. Education First Shawnee Mission, the parent organization that launched earlier this year to focus on promoting strong Shawnee Mission schools, was one of the grassroots groups spotlighted by reporter Sam Zeff in a recent story for KCUR. [Too Early To Think About Kansas Legislative Elections? Not For Grassroots Johnson County Groups — KCUR]Seven NEJC cities teaming up for paper shredding event this weekend. Residents of Fairway, Mission, Mission Hills, Mission Woods, Roeland Park, Westwood and Westwood Hills will have the chance to relieve themselves of some clutter this weekend. The seven cities are hosting a community paper shredding and electronics recycling event this Saturday, April 29, from 9 a.m. to noon at 4350 Shawnee Mission Parkway. Proof of residency in one of the participating cities is required. Paper shredding services are offered for free. Most electronic items can be recycled for free, though there is a fee for larger items like computer monitors and televisions.
Mammoet says that using these hydraulically powered trailers reduces the number of trucks required to pull and steer to just one, as well as greatly enhancing trailer combination versatility, manoeuvrability and safety of the entire transport.Traditionally, explains Mammoet, in the road transport of very large and heavy cargo on multiple trailers, two or four trucks can be required at the front to pull and steer, and two or four trucks at the back to push or brake assist. The trucks and trailers are mechanically connected, increasing pulling and braking power but limiting their manoeuvrability. Instead of trucks, heavy haulage prime movers are also used – but all of them need to drive back empty.Initiated by Mammoet and developed in cooperation with German trailer manufacturer Scheuerle, the new TPA system is based on the Scheuerle K25 trailer, which is fitted with a power pack unit (PPU) that hydraulically powers four of the six axle lines.The PPU is mounted at one or either end of the trailer, depending on the configuration, or can be positioned on the prime mover to replace the counterweight for traction. Each PPU is powered by a MTU V12 diesel engine, that generates 1,000 horsepower and a traction power of over 40 tonnes. The TPA system is also specified for all weather extremes.The draw bar pull of the TPA is the equivalent of two fully loaded prime movers, meaning that one TPA can replace at least two trucks – this has a number of advantages, notes Mammoet.It reduces the length of the transport and enhances manoeuvrability by requiring only one truck at the front to pull and steer; while one single truck driver operating the system virtually eliminates communication errors, increasing safety on long haul transports.TPA power can be multiplied by adding more TPA trailers and PPUs, increasing efficiency compared to using multiple trucks. After on-site delivery the TPA can be operated by remote control in ‘creep mode’ for maximum manoeuvrability and positioning, added Mammoet. One truck can return the empty TPA units in frictionless ‘free-wheel’ mode.Mammoet claims that the assisted road speed of the TPA is at least five times higher with only a third of the fuel consumption compared to a transport using only self-propelled modular transporters (SPMT), considerably reducing the carbon footprint.Above the maximum speed of 25 km/h the PPUs shut off and the truck can pull the trailer combination to highway speeds of up to 80 km/h. This means that larger loads can be transported over longer distances with safer higher average speeds, says the heavy lift and transport engineering specialist.In future, added Mammoet, exceptionally large transports weighing more than 2,000 tonnes over longer distances using multiple rows of trailers with one truck at the front and one at the back could become a reality.Scheuerle is currently building two TPA prototypes in a joint venture with Mammoet; in 2016, these two prototypes will be field-tested by Mammoet.Watch an animation of the TPA system below: www.mammoet.comwww.scheuerle.de
An even better score on the back nine than Chris, Bill Kana comes in with 25 to win division 2 with 41 points. Willy van Heetvelde is second on 37, John Doyle third on 35 and Rod Howett fourth with 34 points.Nearest the pins: Div 1. Paul Butler, Manny, Bob Poole and Chris Slota; Div 2. Alan Bissell, Bill Kana and Harry Vincenzi.Bob Poole birdied the 17th to take a rollover in division 1 and two rollovers in division 2 to Greenwood on Wednesday.It was Bon Voyage today to the hole in one star Harry Vincenzi and John Doyle.Wednesday,September 5Greenwood – StablefordAs we hit the 7 today there is a light drizzle and then as we head up towards the 331 the roads are saturated. It does not look too promising with the rain very heavy and intermittent. We turn off on the Pattavia road and the weather looks really bright ahead and the roads are dry here.Amazingly everyone turns up and there are two divisions out with the cut at 11-16 and 17+. We are playing the C and A nines today and 39 points is the highest with Willy Van Heetvelde taking podium position in division 2, Paul Young is second with 37 and Alan Bissell third with 36. Chris Slota wins division 1 with 36, Ian Speirs is second one point behind, and Manny beats Per Forsberg on a 17/15 countback after they both come in with 30 points.Nearest the pins Div 1. Per Forsberg and Ian Speirs; Div 2. Leo Adam and Frank Grainger.There are only four winners out of eight today in the nearest the pins and in the twos in division 1 a rollover to Crystal Bay on Monday. Three rollovers in division 2.Friday, September 7Eastern Star – StablefordAn almost identical cut as of Wednesday in the two divisions and with some very slick greens the best score returned is 36 points. John Carlin wins division 2 with Frank Kelly in second place on 34 and David Phillips is third with 32 points. 33 points is the winning score in division 1 for Colin Aspinall, with Per Forsberg in second place one point behind and Ian Speirs is third on 30.Nearest the pins: Div 1. Per Forsberg (2); Div 2. John Carlin, Steve Harris and Tony Thorne.There are now five rollovers in division 1 in the twos to next Friday but in division 2 with no birdies over the past three weeks John Carlin birdied the 6th and Tony Thorne the 17th to split the pot. Paul Butler, Willy van Heetvelde.The Jomtien Golf SocietyMonday, Sept. 3Pattavia -StablefordThe course here today was in good condition but every green had been sanded and there were a few moans after the game from some of the low handicappers.Playing off 16 Chris Slota with 24 points on the back nine and 18 on the front wins division 1 with 42 points. Nine points behind in second place is Per Forsberg beating Marc Brunner on an 18/14 back nine countback and in fourth place the Bristol boy Bob Poole beats Manny 16/14 after they both come in with 31 points.
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