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Minister meets with ‘Save Our Strands’ group in West Donegal

first_imgMinister Joe McHugh has today met with representatives from the “Save Our Strands” Group today in Kincasslagh.The Minister was met by a delegation of people opposed to a planned oyster farm development on Cruit Island.Minister McHugh said “I met with representatives of the “Save our Strands” Group this morning in Kinclasslagh to discuss the proposed Oyster Farm development on Cruit Island.“The group expressed their concerns in relation to the impact the proposed farm could have for the local area, with regards the possible damage to their landscape and for the implications it may have on their local community and clubs, for example the Rowing Club, swimming clubs, and the horse-riding club. “I have encouraged the group to submit all their relevant concerns in their submission ahead of this week’s closing date.”Minister meets with ‘Save Our Strands’ group in West Donegal was last modified: October 10th, 2016 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


Fishing the North Coast: Smith and Chetco full of bright steelhead

first_imgAfter what seems like a couple months of solid rain, things are finally looking up for North Coast steelhead anglers.Not only are the Smith and Chetco in pristine condition following the latest round of storms, but the rest of the coastal rivers are dropping quickly as well.The South Fork Eel, Van Duzen, and the Mad could all be some shade of green as early as the weekend.If you’re looking to land your first steelhead of the year, you’ll want to take advantage of this break in the weather …last_img read more


River president D’Onofrio sees ‘no reasons’ for stadium closure

first_imgRiver Plate president Rodolfo D’Onofrio is adamant that fans of his club should be allowed to attend Sunday’s Copa Libertadores final second leg match, despite the violence on Saturday that saw the match pushed back a day. Having tied 2-2 in the first leg, River and Boca were unable to take the field in the return match of this highly anticipated fixture on Saturday. Boca’s team coach was attacked by River fans outside the Monumental stadium , with two players requiring hospital treatment due to the injuries sustained.  Editors’ Picks Man Utd ready to spend big on Sancho and Haaland in January Who is Marcus Thuram? Lilian’s son who is top of the Bundesliga with Borussia Monchengladbach Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! The match was eventually suspended and rescheduled for Sunday at 5pm local time (8pm GMT), but the Buenos Aires government confirmed on Saturday a “preventative closure” that put the match in doubt. It now seems as though the match will go on as planned on Sunday, with River set to pay a fine to open the stadium again, and D’Onofrio does not believe it should be played behind closed doors.  “There are no reasons for the River stadium to be closed tomorrow. I can assure you that River is not responsible,” he told Fox . Despite his strong feelings that the match should be played in front of supporters on Sunday, D’Onofrio backed Boca Juniors president Daniel Angelici and the decision to move the match back a day to give the visiting side time to recover. Angelici contended that his side were in no condition to play the match  after the attacks and his River counterpart says moving the match was the right thing to do. “It’s a shame that we had to go through this,” D’Onofrio said. “River said that we cannot play against a team that is going through an understandable psychological situation. We agreed with Daniel.”The 69-year-old was also appologetic to the supporters who made the trip to the match, only to have their plans ruined by the violence outside the stadium. “I feel bad, frustrated, tired,” he said. “I apologise to the fans.”My daughter lives in Italy, I have two granddaughters, they arrived today and fly back tomorrow. I have this situation at home, imagine all the ones that came from all over the country. “I said to CONMEBOL from the start that we could not play today. I’m not going to give up. I don’t want to win this way.”last_img read more


Charleston Hosts RecordBreaking Roosevelt

first_imgSouth Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) welcomed the CMA CGM Theodore Roosevelt on September 14, the biggest ship ever to transit the Panama Canal to call US East Coast ports.The vessel was hosted on the heels of the first construction contract for the Charleston Harbor Deepening Project being awarded by the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).“The first dredging contract awarded for harbor deepening is outstanding news for SCPA and the State of South Carolina, and the arrival of the biggest ship ever to call our port this morning (September 14) is a timely and visible example of the importance of the Charleston Harbor Deepening Project,” Jim Newsome, SCPA president and CEO, said.“Our harbor will ultimately be the deepest on the East Coast, allowing vessels like the Roosevelt to transit without tidal restriction. Today reaffirms our efforts and investments in terminals and infrastructure to prepare for the big ships being deployed to the East Coast following the Panama Canal expansion and completion of the new Bayonne Bridge.”Under the USD 47 million construction contract, awarded to initiate dredging work, the entrance channel will be deepened to 54 feet. It is the first of two contracts for entrance channel dredging, which will begin later this year. The main shipping channel will be deepened to 52 feet, offering access to 13,000-14,000 TEU vessels.The 14,414 TEU Roosevelt arrived in Charleston, where SCPA expects to handle some 3,000 container moves, or 5,200 TEUs, on and off the ship at the Wando Welch Terminal.The Roosevelt is deployed on the weekly OCEAN Alliance South Atlantic Express (SAX) service connecting Charleston with Hong Kong, Yantian, Ningbo and Shanghai via the Panama Canal.Previously, the largest ship to call Charleston was the 13,208 TEU OOCL France. Today, eighteen of SCPA’s 24 weekly container vessel services are comprised of ships too large to transit the Panama Canal prior to its expansion.Image Courtesy: SCPAlast_img read more