Bank of England set to reload bond-buying programme with £100bn

first_imgAlthough the BoE has reduced interest rates to an all-time low of 0.1 per cent when the lockdown measures were announced, it has not been willing to follow other central banks in setting negative rates. As a result of the decision, the BoE’s main tool for stymying the looming recession is its bond-buying programme.  (Getty Images) Also Read: Bank of England set to reload bond-buying programme with £100bn Bank of England set to reload bond-buying programme with £100bn He said that such a move would be in line with the BoE’s tendency to buy more bonds than the government is planning to sell. Tags: Coronavirus BoE governor Andrew Bailey has however hit back at claims that it committed to so-called “monetary financing”, the permanent expansion of its balance sheet to fund the government. whatsapp But a move of this size could lead to further claims that the central bank has sacrificed its independence to back the government’s huge spending increases. The central bank has already spent the majority of the record £200bn expansion to its asset purchase programme which it made in March. Economists are predicting that the bank will announce the extension to the facility when the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meets next week. An extension of £100bn would mean the BoE could maintain its current pace of bond-buying until August, when the MPC will meet again.  Edward Thicknesse Before the Open: Get the jump on the markets with our early morning newsletter Share Some think a larger increase is in the offing, including Cathal Kennedy of RBC Capital Markets, who is predicting a £200bn rise. Wednesday 10 June 2020 11:54 am whatsapp (Getty Images) The Bank of England is expected to announce a further £100bn for its bond-buying programme when it meets next week in order to limit the damage to the UK economy by the coronavirus crisis. Show Comments ▼ Next week’s MPC meeting will follow economic data that is expected to show that the UK’s GDP declined 20 per cent in April at the height of the lockdown.  (Getty Images) Also Read: Bank of England set to reload bond-buying programme with £100bn Ad Unmute by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeBleacherBreaker4 Sisters Take The Same Picture For 40 Years. Don’t Cry When You See The Last One!BleacherBreakerUndoMisterStoryWoman Files For Divorce After Seeing This Photo – Can You See Why?MisterStoryUndoDaily FunnyFemale Athlete Fails You Can’t Look Away FromDaily FunnyUndoQuizGrizThe Average Baseball Fan Only Gets 7 Right! Can You Beat That?QuizGrizUndobonvoyaged.comTotal Jerks: These Stars Are Horrible People.bonvoyaged.comUndoinvesting.comThe Military Spent $1 Billion On this New Vehicle, And Here’s The First Lookinvesting.comUndoBeach RaiderMom Belly Keeps Growing, Doctor Sees Scan And Calls CopsBeach RaiderUndoNational Penny For Seniors7 Discounts Seniors Only Get If They AskNational Penny For SeniorsUndozenherald.comMeghan Markle Changed This Major Detail On Archies Birth Certificatezenherald.comUndolast_img read more

Confused about Alaska’s budget? You’re not alone. Here’s 10 things to know.

first_imgThis year is different.The deep divisions over the budget have led to a series of unprecedented steps this year, from a month-long delay in the House organizing to Gov. Mike Dunleavy vetoing $390 million from the budget. These divisions paved the way for a period when the Legislature was literally divided, between Juneau and Wasilla.The Legislature has passed a bill funding the capital budget, and Gov. Mike Dunleavy said he’s glad about it.That means he’ll likely sign Senate Bill 2002, although he could still veto parts of it that he vetoed in an earlier bill. The bill allows the state to receive close to $1 billion in federal matching funds.Federal dollars aren’t the only news in the capital budget funding bill.Dunleavy’s signature also would mean the preservation of 54 separate state accounts, through what’s known as the “reverse sweep.”  These accounts fund power cost equalization; university scholarships and loans; medical education; vaccines; and other areas.The Legislature reversing Dunleavy’s vetoes may not mean much.Dunleavy still has the ability to veto these items again, and he’s indicated he will. On Twitter, Dunleavy said the reversals in House Bill 2001 are “yet another attempt to blow up the size of government,” and that he stands by the earlier vetoes. He also said he considers the vast majority of the budget to be final. So while the capital budget and items funded by the reverse sweep may move forward, other cuts will likely remain.The university budget remains uncertain.Dunleavy’s administration has indicated he could reduce the size of the cuts this year from $136 million to $96 million. But it’s not clear whether the governor will attach strings to the money that the university may find difficult to accept.The Legislature may have passed a $1,600 permanent fund dividend — but that doesn’t mean that’s what Alaskans will receive.Dunleavy could veto the funding, since it’s less than the full, roughly $3,000 PFD that Alaskans would receive if the state followed the formula in a 1982 law.It’s possible there may not be a dividend.The governor and all legislators say they want Alaskans to receive dividends this year. But they will have to agree on an amount. And the legislative majorities that passed the $1,600 PFD see a larger amount as unsustainable, threatening the future of the permanent fund’s earnings reserve and of PFDs. Dunleavy says government spending is unsustainable.The Legislature may not be done for the year.Senate President Cathy Giessel, an Anchorage Republican, and House Speaker Bryce Edgmon, a Dillingham independent, sent a letter to Dunleavy on Wednesday saying they’d like to have a third special session focused on the future of use of permanent fund earnings. They said they’d like to collaborate with the administration on the timing and location of the session. The next time the Legislature meets, it could consider overriding Dunleavy’s vetoes again.The second special session is ending, but lawmakers will keep meeting.A bicameral permanent fund working group is planning meetings to discuss the future of permanent fund earnings and the PFD. The work they do could lay the groundwork for a third special session.We should know more next week.That’s when the Legislature is likely to transmit the bill funding PFDs and reversing the vetoes to Dunleavy’s desk. It’s still possible Dunleavy will allow the $1,600 PFD to become law.Share this story: Economy | Politics | Southcentral | Southeast | State GovernmentConfused about Alaska’s budget? You’re not alone. Here’s 10 things to know.July 31, 2019 by Andrew Kitchenman, KTOO and Alaska Public Media Share:The Legislature meets to consider an override of Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s line-item budget vetoes earlier this month. While the Legislature didn’t have enough votes to override the vetoes, it attempted to reverse nearly all of them in a separate bill. The items could be vetoed again as soon as next week. (Photo by Aidan Ling/Gavel Alaska)Between budgets passing and parts being vetoed, the reverse sweep and a divided Legislature, it can be a confusing time. But there are some essential facts that may be helpful to keep in mind:last_img read more

In another step forward, state approves pipeline lease for Donlin Gold mine

Alaska’s Energy Desk | Business | Economy | Energy & Mining | Environment | Southwest | State Government | WesternIn another step forward, state approves pipeline lease for Donlin Gold mineJanuary 29, 2020 by Krysti Shallenberger, Alaska’s Energy Desk – Bethel Share:Aerial view of the site for the proposed Donlin Gold mine. (Photo by Dean Swope/KYUK)The state of Alaska approved a right-of-way lease for Donlin Gold’s proposed 315-mile gas pipeline on Jan. 17. The lease is an important step forward in the company’s quest to build the Donlin Gold mine, which could be one of the largest in the world if completed.The Alaska Department of Natural Resources will lease the right of way for 30 years, the maximum allowed under law. Donlin Gold has said that its mine is expected to operate for nearly 28 years, possibly longer.According to the decision, the pipeline would begin near Cook Inlet and snake over more than 300 miles of federal, state and private land through the Alaska Range. It would end approximately 10 miles north of Crooked Creek, the village closest to the mine site.Donlin Gold proposed the pipeline after residents raised concerns that barging diesel up the Kuskokwim River would increase the risk of a spill, endangering the region’s main food source. Fourteen inches in diameter, the pipeline would carry natural gas for a 220-megawatt plant that would power operations at the mine.The decision says that the pipeline would keep more than 70 million gallons of diesel fuel off the river annually. Increased barge traffic is another concern from Y-K Delta residents, who worry that it will disturb smelt habitat. Donlin Gold has said that it will monitor smelt habitat throughout its operations.This lease comes nearly two years after the Army Corps of Engineers issued a right-of-way permit for the proposed pipeline. Earlier this month, Donlin Gold received a handful of state permits that would allow it to build an airstrip and a port, and install fiber optic cable. Donlin Gold needs more than 100 permits before it can start constructing its mine, and it needs to complete a dam safety certification. Donlin Gold enjoyed years of support from neighboring communities, but as the project becomes more real, that’s changingShare this story: read more

Mountrath set to host ‘Symphony of Song’ fundraiser in aid of Teach Tom

first_img Twitter Mountrath set to host ‘Symphony of Song’ fundraiser in aid of Teach Tom Pinterest WhatsApp Pinterest 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin TAGSSymphony of SongTeac Tom Facebook Home News Community Mountrath set to host ‘Symphony of Song’ fundraiser in aid of Teach… NewsCommunity Previous articleAll of this weekend’s Laois GAA fixtures with huge Leinster games aheadNext articleDeaths in Laois – Wednesday, October 30, 2019 Aedín DunneAedín graduated from University of Limerick with a degree in Journalism and New Media. She is a proud Townie with a passion for all things sports and doesn’t like to speak about the 2016 blip in Portlaoise’s bid to 10-in-a-row. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR GAA Teach Tom are hosting a ‘Symphony of Song’ fundraiser on Sunday, November 24.The event will take place in St Philomena’s Hall in Mountrath.Teac Tom is a support group set up to help families affected by suicide with proceeds going towards the organisation.Seven local choirs will take part including the Midlands Prison Officer Choir, The HSE choir and Portlaoise Parish Contemporary Choir. L.A.S.G Gospel Choir, The Pike Church Choir, The Cosy Cafe Ensemble and Midlands ISL Learners Choir.Also on the night will be light refreshments and a raffle.Tickets are €10 per adult and €5 per child – no family pays over €30.Tickets are available from Centra Mountrath, Eventbrite and are available at the door on the night.All are welcome to come along and enjoy the night in aid of a great cause.SEE ALSO – Laois school holds bake sale in aid of Portlaoise Hospital’s Paediatric Ward and plans table quiz Facebook GAA Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results GAA WhatsApp Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory Twitter By Aedín Dunne – 30th October 2019 last_img read more

WFE publishes cyber resilience principles

first_img Keywords CybersecurityCompanies World Federation of Exchanges Share this article and your comments with peers on social media “They are intended as a prompt for further regulatory and industry discussion to ensure appropriate standards and expectations that fit the nuances of global markets operating in local jurisdictions.” In addition to adhering to the existing guidance from regulators, the WFE says that industry-led initiatives should also be encouraged, and that regulators should co-operate with the industry to develop practical requirements. “The industry needs strong and effective global standards to achieve fair, robust and resilient markets in which investors can have confidence. Regulators and [financial market infrastructure (FMIs)] need to continue to work hand-in-hand in implementing sensible and practical arrangements on a national level for the benefit of the wider system,” says Nandini Sukumar, CEO of the WFE. “Given the universality of the issue and its systemic significance, it is promising to see global organizations and regulators playing such a key role in developing, fostering and promoting consistent industry-wide standards for FMIs,” adds Gavin Hill, head of regulatory affairs at the WFE. “The WFE encourages standard setters and implementing authorities to engage closely with the industry, and to use the WFE’s high level principles when setting and implementing local requirements, to ensure they are sufficiently flexible and workable in the global context,” Hill says. IIROC urges vigilance amid heightened cybersecurity threats James Langton The World Federation of Exchanges (WFE) on Friday published a set of principles around cyber resilience, intended to support and complement guidance already provided by global regulators. “These considerations are intended to support ongoing compliance efforts, to ensure that markets are not only resilient, stable and robust, but also able to operate on a fair and safe playing field,” the WFE says, in a news release. center_img Desjardins Group says 2019 theft of 4.2 million members’ data cost $108 million Related news Court approves data breach settlements with BMO, CIBC Facebook LinkedIn Twitterlast_img read more

Canadian financial centres less competitive

first_imgToronto skyline from center island rgbspace/123RF Share this article and your comments with peers on social media James Langton Toronto has dropped out of the top 10 in the twenty-fourth global financial centres index (GFCI 24) unveiled Wednesday by London, U.K. based think tank, Z/Yen.The index aims to assess the competitiveness of the world’s major financial centres. Profit survey: A flat start to 2019 Bank of Canada partners with BIS on Toronto innovation hub Financial firms sign pledge committing to end anti-Black systemic racism Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Keywords Financial services industry Related news Toronto slipped four places to 11 in the GFCI 24 rankings, although its underlying score didn’t change. Beijing, Zurich, and Frankfurt leapfrogged over Toronto, Boston, and San Francisco to enter the top 10, pushing out the three North American cities.Vancouver, Montreal, and Calgary also slipped in the rankings, as their underlying scores declined. Montreal posted the biggest drop in the rankings, falling 11 places to 24, while Vancouver dropped three spots to 18 and Calgary slipped four spots to 42.New York took over first place from London in the index, but scores for both cities fell slightly. Hong Kong, Singapore, and Shanghai rounded out the top five rankings. Scores for cities in the Asia-Pacific region generally rose, closing the gap with New York and London, Z/Yen says in a news release.While North American cities saw their scores decline, a number of Western European centres, including Amsterdam, Vienna, and Milan, Zurich and Frankfurt, saw their scores rise.“These centres may be the main beneficiaries of the uncertainty caused by Brexit,” says Z/Yen, but not all cities in Europe are successful in attracting new business.“Surprisingly, despite some evident success in attracting new business, Dublin, Munich, Hamburg, Copenhagen, and Stockholm fell in the rankings, reflecting respondents’ views of their future prospects,” Z/Yen says.last_img read more

Jamaican Art and Books on Display in London

first_imgRelatedJamaican Art and Books on Display in London RelatedJamaican Art and Books on Display in London FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Visual and Performing Arts Jamaica (VPAJ) opened a weeklong exhibition of Jamaican art and books, at the Jamaican High Commission, in London, yesterday (October 15).Chairman of the company, Ms. Sharon-Fox Mould, said would be a major market penetration venture, aimed at making the cluster self-sustaining.“This trip is actually a marketing penetration venture, so that we can get some things out of Jamaica that our creators make, as well as raise funding for the cluster to continue. This will be very important if we want the creative industry to really come into its own. The creative industry is very underserved in the Caribbean and yet it is going to be the financial base on which the country is built,” she told JIS News in an interview.The VPAJ is an alliance of visual artists, film and television professionals, dancers and choreographers, dramatists, writers and publishers.Mrs Fox-Mould said it was born out of co-operative efforts among practitioners in the island’s visual and performing arts as well as writers and publishers. It is one of 10 clusters supported under the European Union-funded Private Sector Development Programme (PSDP).“Most people in the beginning didn’t think that such a cluster would work. However, because creativity is born out of the same type of energy, they have melded into quite a comfortable group. We are beginning to do a lot of cooperative things. The cluster concept is an EU concept and they have funded the cluster since its inception two years ago,” Mrs Fox-Mould said.The VPAJ team in London also include jewellers, Ms. Demaris Mayne and Ms. Carol Campbell.The exhibition, which lasts until October 22, features 40 original works of art by 12 Jamaican artists. The works include paintings, photographs and jewellery. The artists include Mr. Alphanso Blake, Mr. Ewan McAnuff, Mr. Edward Channer, Ms. Mayne, and Mr. Jeremy Francis. RelatedJamaican Art and Books on Display in Londoncenter_img Jamaican Art and Books on Display in London Foreign AffairsOctober 16, 2009 Advertisementslast_img read more

Some food contamination starts in soil

first_imgSome food contamination starts in soil Rice husk residue can prevent uptake of harmful elements in riceFebruary 3, 2021 – When most people hear “food contamination,” they think of bacteria present on unwashed fruits or vegetables, or undercooked meat. However, there are other ways for harmful contaminants to be present in food products.Angelia Seyfferth, a member of the Soil Science Society of America, investigates food contamination coming from the soil where the plants grow. “It all comes down to the chemistry of the soil,” explains Seyfferth.Most recently, Seyfferth has been studying rice. The elements arsenic and cadmium can be present in the paddies where rice is grown. She presented her research at the virtual 2020 ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting.“Contaminants being taken up by crop plants is a route of dietary exposure to contaminants that is understudied,” Seyfferth says. “We can help decrease human exposure to toxins by applying our knowledge of soil chemistry.”Small amounts of arsenic and cadmium are present all over the globe and can be detected in many food products. It’s the concentration in the vegetable or fruit, the chemical form of the element, and how much of it someone eats that determines if an individual experiences a negative health effect.High concentrations of arsenic and cadmium are harmful to the body. Consuming low doses over a long period of time can even cause cancer.Elements like arsenic and cadmium can be in different chemical forms depending on their environment. Contaminants are taken up by plants when their chemical form in the soil resembles a nutrient the plant needs.“How food is grown affects not only the concentration of contaminants, but also where the contaminants are stored within the food,” says Seyfferth. “If we understand the chemical forms of contaminants in soil, we can design solutions to decrease plant uptake of them.”In rice, arsenic and cadmium uptake results from opposite conditions. Arsenic can be taken up when the field is flooded. Cadmium is more likely to be taken up when the field is not flooded.Seyfferth’s work has searched for a way to prevent plants from taking up arsenic and cadmium from the soil. This is often done by adding materials to the soil, called amendments.An amendment helps change the soil environment. By changing the soil environment, researchers can help control the chemical forms and plant uptake of contaminants in the soil.In this case, Seyfferth found that adding rice husk residue to rice paddy so3rd ils can help lower the amount of arsenic and cadmium taken up by the plants. Rice husk residue is plant material left over after processing rice for human consumption.This solution is simple yet effective. Rice husk residue is high in the element silicon, which is an important nutrient for rice. The chemical form of silicon is similar to the form of arsenic taken up by rice plants when fields are flooded. This similarity helps ‘distract’ the plant, which prevents it from taking up as much arsenic.In soils where cadmium is a problem, rice husk residue helps make the soil less acidic. This helps to lock up cadmium in the soil. The silicon in the husk may also help decrease the toxicity of cadmium.“Not all sources of silicon behave the same way though,” says Seyfferth. “In order for it to be effective, the silicon source must provide silicon in a high enough concentration during the time the rice plant is filling grain. Rice husk residue is a successful source because it breaks down slowly and releases silicon throughout the growing season.”High arsenic can decrease grain yield, but Seyfferth’s work shows that adding rice husk residues can help prevent yield loss. Half of the world depends on rice as a staple food, so this research has exciting potential for positive impact.In the past, Seyfferth has studied similar contamination issues in mushrooms.For most American adults, the amount of arsenic and cadmium they consume from rice and mushrooms is not enough to cause concern. But there are other populations that eat these products more frequently and from an early age.“People need to be aware of their daily load of contaminants, which depends on their body weight, the concentration and chemical form of the contaminant in the food, and the amount consumed,” Seyfferth explains.“The daily load is highest for people who consume rice multiple times a day and who may also have arsenic in their drinking water,” she says. “Some examples include populations in South and Southeast Asia.”Angelia Seyfferth is an associate professor at the University of Delaware. This work was supported by the National Science Foundation, the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, and the University of Delaware. The 2020 ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting was hosted by the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America.The American Society of Agronomy is an international scientific and professional society with its headquarters in Madison, WI. Our members are researchers and trained, certified professionals in the areas of growing our world’s food supply, while protecting our environment. We work at universities, government research facilities and private businesses across the United States and the world. /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Agriculture, amendment, america, american, American Society of Agronomy, Asia, contamination, Delaware, drinking water, environment, Government, National Science Foundation, Professor, United States, university, vegetableslast_img read more

Broadcom confirms $5.9B deal for Brocade

first_imgHome Broadcom confirms $5.9B deal for Brocade Kavit joined Mobile World Live in May 2015 as Content Editor. He started his journalism career at the Press Association before joining Euromoney’s graduate scheme in April 2010. Read More >> Read more AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 02 NOV 2016 Chipmaker Broadcom announced a deal to acquire network gear maker Brocade Communications for $5.9 billion, in a move that expands its network storage capabilities.Broadcom will pay approximately $5.5 billion in cash, while assuming an extra $400 million of net debt, and will use the acquisition to strengthen its “portfolio of enterprise storage and networking solutions serving OEM customers”.Bloomberg reported on Monday that Brocade was in talks to sell itself, with Broadcom linked to the deal.Broadcom revealed it also plans to divest Brocade’s IP networking business, consisting of wireless and campus networking, data centre switching and routing, as well as software networking solutions.Notably, a big part of that business was acquired as part of Brocade’s $1.2 billion acquisition of Ruckus Wireless, announced earlier this year, in a push to expand its wireless offering.“We are confident that we will find a great home for Brocade’s valuable IP networking business that will best position that business for its next stage of growth,” said Hock Tan, president and CEO of Broadcom.Brocade CEO Lloyd Carney said in a blog post said it was not looking to sell, and was confident in its strategy following the Ruckus acquisition, before Broadcom approached it with a compelling offer.The final price represents a 47 per cent premium from Brocade’s closing share price last Friday (28 October).Brocade competes mainly with network giant Cisco, and makes switches and routers for data centres, as well as storage area networking, providing fast links between data storage and services. Broadcom chief hints at iPhone launch delay Previous ArticleSoftBank looks to add partners for $100B tech fundNext ArticleConnected cars on slow road to perfect business model Chipset companies tackle open RF Related BroadcomBrocade Nokia adds Broadcom to 5G chip supply list Author Tags Kavit Majithia last_img read more

12 Donegal Gaeltacht groups awarded more than €113,000

first_imgHomepage BannerNews Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic More than €113,000 is to be given to 12 Donegal Gaeltacht groups.The funding has been approved by Údarás na Gaeltachta under the LEADER Programme.In a statement Minister Joe McHugh these grants are important for work in sporting, community and recreational groups in Donegal Gaeltacht areas.The funding will help the work of small businesses too and represent a valuable contribution to the way of life in the Gaeltacht.This series of grants has been approved for groups and individuals where up to 75% of the project costs are granted under LEADER funding.When the local contribution is taken into account the investment will total €154,726 and most projects consist of upgrading of public amenities and sports and recreational amenities.These are the first projects that have reached the approval stage. Údarás na Gaeltachta hope to be in a position to bring other projects that are in the pipeline, for which considerable investment is being discussed, to fruition early next year.Here is a list of projects who received funding based on the terms of the Programme:Club Gleacaíochta Ghaoth Dobhair €8,200 Gymnastic equipmentÁislann Chill Chartha CTR €5,084 Installation of a sound system in a sports hallBuíon Ceoil Crickamore €3,620 Musical instruments/uniformsComhlacht Forbartha an Tearmainn CTR €8,114 Computer & Broadband EquipmentForbairt Dhún Lúiche €10,000 Refurbishment of the floor in a community centreCoiste Forbartha Dhobhair CTR €14,045 Refurbishment of the floor in a community centreShaun Friel €16,790 Feasibility StudyCoiste Halla Naomh Bríde €14,681 New kitchenMachaire le Cheile CLG €11,606 Play equipmentGuth na Rosann CTR €4,205 Broadcast equipment (Local radio)Coiste Cairde Bhun an Inbhir €14,258 Renovation of Bun an Inbhir collegeComharchumann Forbartha Ghaoth Dobhair Teo. €2,673 New kitchen & chairsTotal €113,276 Pinterest DL Debate – 24/05/21 Facebook Google+ WhatsApp By News Highland – December 19, 2017 Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty 12 Donegal Gaeltacht groups awarded more than €113,000center_img News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Twitter Twitter Previous articleBBC to air ‘definitive’ Harvey Weinstein documentaryNext articleCiaran Moore and Jamie Grant receive ‘Ulster Future Star’ Awards News Highland Pinterest Google+ WhatsApp Harps come back to win in Waterford RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population growslast_img read more