August 2, 2002 in camp is being prepared forthe installation of a new acrylic cover. Agriculture employee Brett Snyder is loosening thewooden support beams to remove the old membrane that is covering thedrying chambers. [Photo & Text: SA] The construction crewand helpers from various departments are in place and the new cover isslowly unrolled. [Photo & Text: SA] The crew startedright after morning meeting to avoid the temperamental winds whichusually start around noon this time a year. But the wind started early,just couldn’t resist playing with this. [Photo & Text: SA] The crew had theirhands full. [Photo & Text: SA] The cover is inplace. Now it is just a matter of securing it. [Photo & Text: SA] The ends have to berolled in and everyone is making an effort to stretch the plasticmembrane evenly. [Photo & Text: SA] manager Adam Nordfors [with red bandana]is drilling the wooden support beams back into place. [Photo & Text:SA] TheGreenhouse is back on line. [Photo & Text: SA]
German cable operator Kabel Deutschland (KDG) has issued a €300 million bond.The company will use the net proceeds of the five-year bond, set to mature in 2017, to partially replace the €600 million in bridge financing it has raised for the planned acquisition of Tele Columbus.
Alla Salehian, CEO of TIMA, and Tim Santhouse, Reuters Global Head of Video ProductsNews agency Reuters and content service provider TIMA have teamed up to provide offer location services including studio facilities and logistical support to broadcasters and online media outlets.The new venture, Reuters-TIMA Location Services, combines Reuters global editorial content with TIMA’s technology platform to create a news and editorial network to offer newsgathering facilities and support services.Reuters-TIMA Location Services will offer production and editorial staff at events, access to events of regional significance, logistical services and customer support. The service will also give clients access to live studio facilities around the world, according to the pair.The service will launch at the 87th Academy Awards ceremony on February 22, where live positions overlooking the red carpet will be provided to clients.“International news stories today have more impact beyond their borders than ever before. Alongside this, there are an increasing number of TV channels across the world and a growing appetite for online video content. The result is a huge demand for live international video news and analysis 24-hours a day. Reuters-TIMA Location Services is uniquely equipped to support this trend in a way that is both affordable and of high quality,” said Alla Salehian, CEO of TIMA.
Stephen McKinney was remanded in custody following his appearance at Omagh Magistrates’ Court.POLICE APPEAL FOR INFORMATION OVER MURDER OF DONEGAL WOMAN LU NA MCKINNEY was last modified: December 11th, 2017 by John2John2 Tags: ShareTweet Donegal mum of two Lu Na McKinney who police say was murdered. Her husband Stephen was charged last week with murdering herDETECTIVES from the PSNI’S Major Investigation Team are appealing for information about Lu Na McKinney who died at Devenish Island in Fermanagh on Thursday 13 April 2017.Last week her husband Stephen McKinney – who had been arrested in Derry seven days earlier – appeared in court and was formally charged with the murder of the 35 -year-old mother of two.Detective Inspector David McGrory said: “Police are issuing a photograph of Mrs McKinney today in the hope that people will come forward with any information they have about her. “I would like to hear from anyone who knew her or anyone who had contact with Mrs McKinney, who lived in Convoy, County Donegal, in the months preceding her death. “Colleagues in An Garda Siochana are working jointly with PSNI to investigate Lu Na’s death and anyone with information can contact either the PSNI on 101 ext 43373, confidential Crimestoppers number on 0800 555 111 or AGS at Letterkenny on 00353 749167100 or the AGS Confidential line on 1800 666 111.” Her husband was charged with murder after police carried out a review into the circumstances surrounding the death of Lu Na McKinney.As a result, as a result have arrested and subsequently charged her 41 year old husband man on suspicion of murder. DerryDEVONISH ISLANDDI DAVID MCCRORYDONEGAL PSNILU NA MCKINNEYPOLICE APPEAL FOR INFORMATION OVER MURDER OF DONEGAL WOMAN LU NA MCKINNEYstrabane
SDLP leader Colum Eastwood on the road in a bid to win back John Hume’s European Parliament seatSDLP European election candidate Colum Eastwood has called on people to grasp the opportunity to stop Brexit ahead of Thursday’s vote.The SDLP Leader has asked voters from all traditions to lend their votes to the party to send a strong message to the Brexiteers. According to the latest LucidTalk poll, Mr Eastwood remains in third place and in pole position to take the final seat.There are three seats up for grabs with the Sinn Fein and DUP expected to take two of the seats.The third and final seat will be a fight between the SDLP, Ulster Unionist Party Candidate Danny Kennedy and Naomi Long of the Alliance Party.The Foyle MLA said: “For three years now, Northern Ireland has been at the centre of the Brexit debate. ShareTweet BORIS JOHNSONBREXITdupEastwood: Opportunity to stop Brexit cannot slipFOYLE MLAJohn HumeLEADER COLUM EASTWOODSDLPULSTER UNIONIST PARTY “An issue ignored throughout the referendum has dominated discussions between the British Government and the European Union. “In spite of our central role, it is a source of massive frustration to people across Northern Ireland that our voice has been silenced and our interests sidelined throughout this process.“Worse than being silenced, however, our position has been distorted by the DUP in its search for influence with the Conservative Party. “We can bring that to an end. We can restore our influence in Europe and we can send a clear message to the DUP, Nigel Farage, Boris Johnson and the rest of the Brexiteers. We voted to remain, we are sending two remain MEPs to the European Parliament. “We will not be sidelined any longer.“The latest polls show that the SDLP is in pole position to take the third seat in the European Parliament. “We are poised to take John Hume’s seat back. “I’m calling for that cross-community coalition that delivered the remain result to come together again. “Even if you don’t normally vote for the SDLP, lend us your vote in this election. Send a message to those who have ignored and distorted the position of Northern Ireland. “Take back control of our future,” added the SDLP leader.Eastwood: Opportunity to stop Brexit cannot slip was last modified: May 21st, 2019 by John2John2 Tags: