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Buncrana councillors approve 2011 Financial Statement

first_img Google+ Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Facebook Facebook By News Highland – May 10, 2012 WhatsApp Twitter Twitter Buncrana councillors approve 2011 Financial Statement 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th WhatsAppcenter_img Pinterest Buncrana Town Council’s finances are moving in the right direction, according to Mayor Cllr Nicholas Crossan.Cllr Crossan was speaking after the council approved a draft unaudited financial statement for 2011, showing that while the council did have a deficit of €335,000 last year, it fell for the third year in a row,The council had budgeted for expenditure of €3.34 million, and spent just over €3.6 million.Town Clerk Seamus Canning told members that matching higher than expected government grants accounts for much of the overspend.Cllr Nicholas Crossan says the deficit is coming down each year, and the fact that the council actually returned a small revenue surplus shows the care it is taking with its finances…..[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/ncros830.mp3[/podcast] Previous articleQuestions asked after Western Trust launches seperate Pseudonomas reviewNext articleAutism campaigner says Dail debate will help raise awareness News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Pinterest Newsx Adverts Google+ 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

84th Annual Hadi Shrine Circus Taking Over The Ford Center

first_img84th Annual Hadi Shrine Circus Taking Over The Ford CenterNOVEMBER 24TH, 2017  BRITNEY TAYLOR EVANSVILLE, INDIANA The 84th annual Hadi Shrine Circus has taken over the Ford Center, and will be here all weekend. Families can enjoy everything from individual performers to lion tamers to acrobats to elephants, and so much more.Today you can catch the circus at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. On Saturday, November 25th, there are shows at 9:30 a.m., 2 p.m., and 7 p.m.Our very own 44News reporter Veronica DeKett will be the ringmaster on Saturday, November 25th at 2 p.m.To buy tickets, visit Hadi Shrine Circus.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img

Warburtons opens learning centre

first_imgWarburtons staff in Blackpool are getting a career boost after the company and Bakers Food and Allied Workers Union forked out for a learning centre.They have invested £5,000 in the new facility which staff can use during their breaks and production shut-downs.More than 20 staff in Marton are already using new computers to improve their IT skills and take up business-related training in computers, health and safety, finance, touch typing, and online skills for life. Courses for literacy and numeracy will also be introduced soon.Jason Hall, unit manager at Warburtons, said: “We already have around a third of our staff working to gain better qualifications and more sign up almost every day. The new centre will give employees the opportunity to further their skills and qualifications in an accessible way.”last_img read more

Moyes wants perfect finish

first_img Moyes added: “We will try to keep it going until the end of the season and if we do get in Europe we will have certainly earned it because the sides above us are all good sides. People were saying we couldn’t afford to lose any games. The important thing is to keep trying to win the next game. “We’ve had to be looking at the other (team’s) fixtures for a long time. If other teams keep winning their games there is not an awful lot we can do but if we win our games that is the big thing.” The win over Fulham was more workmanlike than anything but there were passages of quality, notably for the goal which saw Kevin Mirallas and Leon Osman combine to release the excellent Seamus Coleman near the byline and he cut-back for Pienaar to slot home. “It was harder work than it needed to be but we played well at times,” said Moyes. “It was a terrific footballing goal. On that occasion we finished it off, it was nice intricate play and a good finish. “I thought Steven knitted us together a little bit and he scored a good goal as well so that will do him the world of good. It was good from our point of view but I was disappointed we didn’t create more. At 1-0 there was always a chance they could score. I thought our football was excellent at times but we didn’t really turn that good football into goals.” Fulham boss Martin Jol admitted his side, safely ensconced in mid-table, paid for their slow start which saw them hand the initiative to their hosts early on and never really retrieve it. “At the start you saw they (Everton) were eager, hungry, and they caused us some problems but it was only 1-0,” said the Dutchman. “They were a bit more physical and that showed in the first half. In the second half we were better in possession and with a little bit more luck we could have had a point but they could have scored two or three goals as well.” Steven Pienaar scored the only goal in the 16th minute but the hosts made harder work than they should have done in winning a 20th straight league match at home to Fulham. The Toffees are three points behind fifth-placed Tottenham, who have a match in hand, and Moyes knows their destiny is not in their control. But he has urged his team to push on until the end of the season, saying: “All we can do is try to win our games. If we can do that and see how we do – we have beaten last year’s total with those points and that hopefully shows a sign of progress.” Everton manager David Moyes believes his side have to win their remaining three matches to stand any chance of qualifying for Europe.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more