Pinterest Twitter Pinterest Over 50 apprenticeship scholarships on offer from Údarás Facebook DL Debate – 24/05/21 Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Homepage BannerNews People affected by the COVID-19 pandemic can avail of the opportunity to reinvent their livelihoods and careers as a result of the Údarás na Gaeltachta Apprenticeship Scholarship Scheme.Over 50 scholarships worth more than €2,000 each are available to assist people who wish to learn a trade or undertake a new career.The scheme encompasses 12 various sectors which covers 59 different apprenticeships, all of which are recognised by SOLAS and open to the Gaeltacht community for applicants whom are fluent in Irish.Qualifications are awarded at Level 6 upwards to degree standard.Údarás na Gaeltachta’s CEO is Mícheál Ó hÉanaigh:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/michaeloheeny.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Google+ WhatsApp News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Google+ Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA WhatsApp Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Previous articleMan recovering following weekend incidentNext articlePeople urged to have rethink when buying a pet during pandemic News Highland Twitter By News Highland – February 8, 2021
Exactly one year ago today, Mick Fleetwood put together what would still have been a candidate for best concert of the year even if COVID-19 hadn’t shut down all live events the following month. On February 25th, 2020, at The London Palladium, a venerable who’s-who of rock and roll royalty gathered for Mick Fleetwood and Friends Celebrate Peter Green and the Early Music of Fleetwood Mac. The concert was taped in full and is slated for a theatrical release next month, ahead of which Mick Fleetwood has shared the ensemble’s performance of “Rattlesnake Shake”, with Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler on vocals.The evening saw dynamic performances from Mick Fleetwood, Dave Bronze, Neil Finn, Noel Gallagher, Billy Gibbons, David Gilmour, Kirk Hammett, Jonny Lang, John Mayall, Christine McVie, Ricky Peterson, Zak Starkey, Rick Vito, Steven Tyler, Pete Townshend, Andy Fairweather Low, Bill Wyman, and Jeremy Spencer.Related: Kirk Hammett, Mick Fleetwood, Billy Gibbons Play “The Green Manalishi” At Peter Green Tribute [Watch]At any given moment there is at least one Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee onstage, and this video of “Rattlesnake Shake” is certainly no exception. Tyler puts on a memorable performance of the Then Play On track as he taps into the early blues energy of late guitarist Peter Green’s original vision for Fleetwood Mac. By his side is ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons who only bolsters the blues-infused performance while Tyler does what he does best and captivates every eyeball at the Palladium.The film is still slated for an unspecified one-night-only showing in theaters next month with physical copies, available in a wide variety of formats, out on April 30th.“The concert was a celebration of those early blues days where we all began, and it’s important to recognize the profound impact Peter and the early Fleetwood Mac had on the world of music,” Fleetwood said in a statement about the concert film. “Peter was my greatest mentor and it gave me such joy to pay tribute to his incredible talent. I was honored to be sharing the stage with some of the many artists Peter has inspired over the years and who share my great respect for this remarkable musician.”Watch the all-star performance of “Rattlesnake Shake” from Mick Fleetwood and Friends Celebrate Peter Green and the Early Music of Fleetwood Mac.Mick Fleetwood And Friends – Rattlesnake Shake (Official Video)[Video: Mick Fleetwood And Friends Official]
As a young man, retired Farmington attorney John Obee traveled to Mississippi to teach, a move that set him on the path to his most recent achievement: co-authoring the memoir of noted civil rights icon Brenda Travis.John Obee spoke on June 27 to the Farmington-Farmington Hills Breakfast Optimist Club.Obee talked about Mississippi’s Exiled Daughter, released this month, during the June 27 Farmington-Farmington Hills Breakfast Optimist Club meeting held at John Cowley & Sons in downtown Farmington. He explained that his teacher career was cut short when he arrived to find the school had burned to the ground.“Instead, I worked on voter rights and registration, walking through the backwoods and registering people to vote and teaching them how to vote,” he said.His crowning accomplishment: teaching an elderly woman who had never learned to read or write how to make an “X”. “She was given an opportunity for the first time in her life to vote.”Obee said he was involved in civil rights during his entire career, handling many housing discrimination cases and specializing in hate crimes. He met Travis in 2012; the idea of sharing her memoir emerged about a year later.Among civil rights workers, Travis’ story is well-known. Born in 1945 on a Mississippi plantation, she never knew her father, who had been ordered to get his wife back out into the fields when she was close to delivering their daughter.Instead, the couple fled Macomb, Mississippi, and her father disappeared. “His life was in danger, because he stood up to a white man,” Obee explained. “This is a story about a father who was exiled. She didn’t find her father until she was in her 30s.”Travis was deeply affected by the lynching of 14-year-old Emmett Till, who was brutally murdered after a white woman alleged that he flirted with her. Years later, the woman recanted her story.Though she was just 10 years old, Obee said, Travis vowed to make life better for herself and her parents. Six years later, she was jailed for the first time, after attempting to integrate a bus station that had separate ticket lines for black and white passengers. When she returned to her high school after 30 days in jail, she was expelled.The front cover of the book shows her leading a march of 100 students, who were jailed for protesting her expulsion.Travis will talk about that experience and more in Mississippi’s Exiled Daughter during a presentation held at 6 p.m. on September 25, at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, 315 East Warren Ave. in Detroit. Learn more about the book at newsouthbooks.com. Reported by Farmington Voice Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)
At the upcoming EuMW 2019 event, Remcom will be demonstrating EM simulation for end-to-end RF and wireless design, including integrated solutions for 5G and automotive radar with WaveFarer. EuMW 2019 will be a 6-day event, including 3-state-of-the-art conferences and one leading trade show featuring leading experts from around the world. The event provides access to the very latest products, research and initiatives in the microwave sector.At Stand 2050 REMCOM will be showcasing and Demonstrating the following:Integrated Solutions for 5GRemcom will be demonstrating its EM simulation software suite for complete end-to-end design of complex devices and wireless communication systems. Together, the products provide a comprehensive 5G solution, from system and antenna design through performance assessment in realistic, simulated environments, and planning for deployment in 5G networks.MIMO and Array Design5G Urban Small CellsFixed Wireless AccessIndoor Wireless ApplicationsAutomotive Radar Simulation with WaveFarerSimulation technology has advanced to meet increasingly stringent design requirements for 24 GHz and 77 GHz automotive radar sensors. Visit Remcom’s booth to learn about the integrated approach from sensor design to drive test scenarios! Click here to know more.Electrostatic Discharge Testing in XFdtdRemcom will be previewing a number of new ESD simulation features coming soon in XFdtd. Engineers will be able to utilize ESD simulator waveforms, define the dielectric strength of materials, and easily locate weaknesses in their ESD design. These new features will provide ESD engineers with a valuable tool which can be utilized to optimize ESD protection during the design phase, thus reducing ESD failures during manufacturing and warranty claims after purchase. Stop by for a demo on the upcoming features!Examples include:A 5G, 60 GHz Antenna Array for use with mmWave Wireless Virtual Reality HeadsetsDesign and Simulation of 28 GHz Beamforming System and Antenna Array for 5G Network Base StationsThroughput of a 5G New Radio FD-MIMO System in an Urban Area Using Custom Beamforming5G/4G Combined Antenna Analysis in a Smartphone using EM SimulationBeamforming for an 8×8 Planar Phased Patch Antenna Array for 5G at 28 GHzWorkshop PresentationWaveFarer: Computing Raw Radar Returns with EM SimulationThursday, October 3rd | Workshop WTh-02WaveFarer is a high-fidelity radar simulator for drive scenario modeling at frequencies up to and beyond 79 GHz. Near-field propagation and scattering methods compute raw radar returns from target objects while considering multi-path interactions from ground reflections and other structures. It enables OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers to virtually test and refine sensors earlier in the design process, reducing the overhead required to build prototypes and improving installed performance. This talk will discuss how a scene is defined, the scattering phenomena that are accounted for, and the types of results available through the WaveFarer simulation tool.Click here to view Remcom’s Product Information cards for EuMW 2019.Click here to view more highlights from EuMW 2019.
Assistant coach of Nigeria Police Rugby Football Club Abubakar Tahiru has criticised the standard of officiating and lack of structure in the South West Rugby League following his side’s narrow 8-7 victory over Cowrie FC at the main bowl of the National Stadium, Lagos on Saturday. Tahiru’s criticism of the referee’s performance stemmed from the decision to chalk off a try scored by his side after the referee had initially deemed the try legitimate.The referee’s decision which was instigated by outside interference, left Tahiru incensed and led to a lengthy standoff with Police RFC threatening to abandon the match if the try stayed overruled.The try was eventually given after a journalist’s video footage was used to analyse the event with Police RFC holding on to secure a narrow victory.That incident Tahiru believes, showed up the incompetence of the league’s referees and he says referees must update their knowledge of the laws of the game.“The officiating, they need to put more encouragement,” Tahiru said after his side’s narrow victory.“Maybe they should go for a kind of referee course that will give them more enlightenment because with what I saw today, for them to stop the game for more than 30 minutes, arguing [against] a try which they know that this is a try. Download Audio“For someone to just make a decision from outside after the ref might have awarded a try then he only comes to cancel the try because he has asked the third judge and the third judge has made a decision that this is a try then he raised his hand and say this is a try then later come from somewhere and cancel the try, it is not encouraging,” he added.Tahiru said his team only agreed to continue with the match because of the referee’s decision to overrule himself and maintain his original decision.“We should give glory to God for them to have [upturned] the decision,” he said. “I don’t think we would have continued that match because I would have [stood] on my ground standing as the assistant coach of Nigeria police today. I’m very happy that I won the victory.”Download AudioThe assistant coach who took charge in the absence of his principal also had strong words for the organisers of the league criticising the parlous state of the league’s finances which he said left players and teams to fend for themselves with little or no help from organisers the Nigeria Rugby Football Federation (NRFF) and corporate bodies.“The organisation, for now, it is not encouraging, I can’t hide it,” Tahiru said.“With the way everything is going we are only playing rugby with our raw body, nothing is given. We are all playing with our sweats, doing training on our own. No encouragement from anywhere no companies sponsoring anything.“Some of [my players] had injuries, there is nothing inside my first aid box. From our efforts, we source from hand to hand to make sure we come out and play because of the love of the game.Download Audio“Nobody is encouraging us, we hope for sponsors to help Nigeria police, assist us for further upcoming games,” he said.League games resumed around the country after an extended break due to the national team’s participation in the just concluded West Africa Rugby Series Championship in Ghana, which involved many league players.South Western League Results KC Old Boys RFC 15 vs 17 Gozar RFCPolice RFC 8 vs 7 Cowrie RFC Northern Rugby LeagueKano Police RFC 45 vs 0 Plateau Bulls RFCBarewa RFC 10 vs 0 Sabon Gari RFCRelatedRUGBY: Lagos Rugby Union League to Kicks Off SaturdayApril 13, 2019In “Rugby”Rugby: NRFF Announces 2020 CalenderFebruary 9, 2020In “Rugby”Barewa Rugby Club Battle Cowrie Rugby Club in the Nigerian Rugby Union League FinalDecember 15, 2018In “Events”
ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) — The release of Johnny Depp’s upcoming film, City of Lies, due to hit theaters on September 7, has been delayed indefinitely, according to Variety.No reason was given for the decision to pull the film. However, it comes nearly a month after the 55-year-old actor was sued by a location manager involved in the production who said the actor punched him while on the set.This is the latest in a number of setbacks for Depp, who’s seen a career downturn with several box-office flops in recent years, as well as a recently settled lawsuit with his former money managers and a bitter divorce from former wife Amber Heard.City of Lies is based on Randall Sullivan’s 2002 book, LAbrynth, about the murders of rappers Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G.Depp will next be seen in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, the sequel to the Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, opening nationwide November 16. His appearance in that film has also generated controversy. Author J.K. Rowling, who wrote the screenplay, had to defend her decision to cast him in response to an outcry from fans, due to allegations of domestic violence against him by Heard.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.