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Low tourism figures for Strabane prompt calls for action

first_img Facebook Pinterest 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Pinterest Twitter 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic WhatsApp WhatsApp Facebook Homepage BannerNews Google+ Low tourism figures for Strabane prompt calls for actioncenter_img Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Tourism figures for Strabane last year show a significant drop in numbers visiting attractions in the area with calls on relevant bodies to come up with a solution.A report compiled for a Business and Culture Committee meeting has revealed only 182 tourists visited the Woodrow Wilson Homestead in 2015 while the Gray’s Printing Press is only available for viewing five times a year.Local Councillor Patsy Kelly is calling on both Derry City and Strabane District Council and the National Trust to collaborate better to promote local history:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/patsyraw.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Previous articleDonegal hurlers downed at homeNext articleDonegal hurling manager looking at relegation playoffs admin Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Twitter Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Google+ By admin – March 13, 2016 Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

Ohio mom claims her infant daughter died at daycare

first_imgAuthorities in Ohio are currently investigating the death of a 2-month baby after her mother reported that the staff at the daycare handed her, her daughter’s lifeless body when she came to pick her up.The incident occurred Tuesday at Nana’s Home Daycare in Cleveland.Taylor Bush told reporters that as she walked out the door of the home daycare  and realized that something was wrong with her child:“So I go to walk out the door and I close the door behind me, so I’m like, ‘Hey, mama baby.’ I realize her neck is, just, she’s just lifeless,” Bush told CNN affiliate WJW.Bush then went back inside the daycare and started administering CPR to the baby and contacted emergency personnel.The baby was taken to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.The owner of the daycare reported that she was not present at the time of the incident, however, the baby was alive when she was handed to her mother, who they contacted because the baby seemed to be in medical distress:“My sister calls me and says, ‘Call her mother,’” said the day care owner, Danielle Townsend. “I said, ‘Well, her mother just texted me; what’s wrong?’ She said, ‘The baby is breathing fast.’”Townsend said she tried to reach Bush but could not get in touch with her, but knew she was on her way to the daycare because of an earlier text.Authorities reported that while the staff at the daycare contacted the mother, no one from the daycare contacted them.The county’s medical examiner performed an autopsy on the baby on Thursday and are currently waiting on the results.If it is determined that the baby died under “suspicious circumstances,” authorities will further investigate her death and the daycare could possibly lose it’s operating license.A spokesperson for the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services has released the following statement in regards to the incident:“ODJFS is monitoring this tragic situation very closely. County JFS agencies are responsible for inspections of in-home child care, with oversight by ODJFS. The county agency is conducting an investigation and actively working with child protective services and law enforcement. ODJFS would make the final determination on whether to suspend Nana’s Home Daycare license if the county agency recommends suspension.”The daycare has been barred from caring for any children while the investigation is pending.The daycare was also cited for “unsanitary conditions,” not having a first aid kit, and for not having current first aid and CPR certifications.last_img read more

Jadeja’s seven for 48 floors England

first_img(REUTERS) – Ravindra Jadeja ripped the heart out of England’s batting order to bowl India to a thumping innings and 75-run victory in the fifth and final Test yesterday.The left-arm spinner claimed seven of the 10 English wickets that tumbled in the final two sessions as India completed an emphatic 4-0 series win.The touring side needed to bat out the final day to secure a consolation draw and Alastair Cook and Keaton Jennings defended resolutely through the morning to boost their chances.Cook did look ill at ease against spin and got a life on four when he lunged forward to edge Ravichandran Ashwin but the ball popped out of wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel’s gloves.Jennings played more confidently although he was nearly caught by Lokesh Rahul at short leg off Amit Mishra when on 31.Jadeja returned after lunch to turn the match on its head.The all-rounder has haunted Cook since the tourists landed in India and he dismissed the England captain for the sixth time in the series by getting him caught at leg slip.It was a poor shot from Cook who edged a leg-side delivery to Rahul to depart for 49.Jennings followed up his debut century in the previous Test in Mumbai with a fifty but offered a tame return catch to Jadeja after making 54.“We understood that once we got a couple of wickets, it’s going to be a downslide pretty quick (for England),” India captain Virat Kohli, who was adjudged man-of-the-series for his 655 runs, said at the presentation ceremony.“Jadeja coming and doing the job in both the innings … hitting the right areas and making it uncomfortable for the batsmen; it was great to watch,” Kohli said.ROOT FAILUREEngland’s batting mainstay Joe Root could manage only six runs before he was hit on the pad by a fuller delivery from Jadeja.India’s lbw appeal was turned down and Kohli took his time before deciding to review the decision, which was overturned after replays suggested the ball would have hit the leg stump.Jadeja then sprinted backwards to take a brilliant running catch to dismiss Jonny Bairstow off the bowling of paceman Ishant Sharma.Moeen Ali and Ben Stokes looked determined to bat through but Jadeja removed both batsmen after tea to spark an English collapse.Moeen was guilty of throwing his wicket away with a loose shot after making 44 and Stokes chipped a catch to mid-wicket to depart for 23.Jadeja claimed the last two wickets to finish with a career-best 7-48 as England, 97 for no loss at lunch, lost their last six wickets for 15 runs and folded barely half an hour before the scheduled close.“No excuses, India were the better team here and deserved to win,” Cook said. “It was a very good fifth day wicket … we got ourselves into a good position at lunch to save the game but we were not good enough to bat the rest of the time out.”India batsman Karun Nair was adjudged man-of-the-match for his marathon 303 not out.ENGLAND 1st innings 477 (M. Ali 146, J. Root 88, L. Dawson 66 n.o., A. Rashid 60) INDIA 1st innings 759 for 7 decl (K. Nair 303 n.o., L. Rahul 199, P. Patel 71, R. Ashwin 67, R. Jadeja 51) ENGLAND 2nd innings (o/n 12-0)A. Cook c Rahul b Jadeja 49K. Jennings c & b Jadeja 54J. Root lbw b Jadeja 6M. Ali c R. Ashwin b Jadeja 44J. Bairstow c Jadeja b I. Sharma 1B. Stokes c Nair b Jadeja 23J. Buttler not out 6L. Dawson b Mishra 0A. Rashid c Jadeja b U. Yadav 2S. Broad c Pujara b Jadeja 1J. Ball c Nair b Jadeja 0Extras: (b-12, lb-8, w-1) 21Total: (all out, 88 overs) 207Fall of wickets: 1-103, 2-110, 3-126, 4-129, 5-192, 6-193, 7-196, 8-200, 9-207.Bowling: I. Sharma 10-2-17-1, R. Ashwin 25-6-56-0, R. Jadeja 25-5-48-7, U. Yadav14-1-36-1 (w-1), A. Mishra 14-4-30-1.last_img read more