A lost and found appeal is underway after a Donegal beach visitor lost a hearing aid.The man was visiting Murvagh Beach in South Donegal on Wednesday 15th May when he lost both of his hearing devices in the first car parking section.He returned a number of times but was only able to locate one hearing aid. Now he is hoping that a kind member of the public may have found the missing one and would like to return it.If you have any information or have seen anything in the past week, please contact Ger on 0044 7596 136 876Appeal for help after hearing aid lost in beach car park was last modified: May 24th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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) Tags:hearing aidlost and foundMurvagh Beach
Harry Redknapp says Ravel Morrison should be an England regular by now and is in danger of wasting his talent.Morrison ended last season on loan at QPR from West Ham, who sent him back to the Championship by loaning him to Cardiff City in September.The hugely talented 21-year-old’s attitude and conduct have been questioned since he was a youth-team player at Manchester United.“If he was to make the most of what he’s got he could be a world-class player.”Harry Redknapp on Ravel MorrisonAnd with Morrison having only started one match since joining Cardiff, Redknapp fears he could fail to fulfil his potential.The QPR boss said: “Ravel Morrison should be playing for England with that ability. He’s one of the most talented footballers I’ve seen.“When I worked with him here I thought he was one of the most talented players I’ve seen in my life.“He should be playing for Barcelona, Real Madrid or someone. That’s how good I felt Ravel Morrison was.“It’s sad. It’s a shame – a waste. If he was to make the most of what he’s got he could be a world-class player.”Redknapp believes the same applies to Rangers’ Adel Taarabt who, at 25, has seen his career stall as his attitude has been called into question.The Moroccan was recently involved in an extraordinary public fall-out with Redknapp, who has accused him of refusing to train properly and being unfit to play.“Adel’s also got the ability to be one of the best players in the Premier League. He’s got the ability to do that,” Redknapp insisted.Last month Redknapp suggested Morrison might need to move abroad in order to fulfil his potential.See also:Rangers put their faith in ‘angel’ MorrisonTaarabt lambasted by furious QPR bossHarry rapped over handling of Taarabt rowTaarabt back in training after Redknapp rowWarnock sympathises with Harry over rowRedknapp does not regret Taarabt attackThe Redknapp recap: Harry on Taarabt, Wright-Phillips and moreTaarabt back in the fold after ‘great chat’Redknapp: Morrison should go abroadFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
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Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Leave a CommentLandowners with orphan oil or gas wells on their property are encouraged to attend an informational meeting on Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018 at 6:45 pm at the Cuyahoga County Library-North Royalton, 5072 Wallings Road, North Royalton, 44133.Steve Irwin, Public Information Officer for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), will discuss Ohio HB 225, that created the Ohio Orphan Well Program that became law in September 2018. Those attending will learn how ODNR plans to identify, evaluate and prioritize the wells to be plugged at state expense. Dale Arnold, Director of Energy, Utility and Local Government Policy with the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, will be available to answer questions.The meeting is sponsored by Cuyahoga County Farm Bureau.RSVP recommended. Call 440-877-0706. Leave a Comment
Liverpool ace Shaqiri: Much to learn from Federerby Paul Vegas3 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveInjured Liverpool ace Xherdan Shaqiri says there’s plenty he can learn from tennis icon Roger Federer.The Switzerland international, who is currently rehabbing an injury, watched Federer the Swiss Indoors in Basel.When asked what he can learn from Federer, Shaqiri told Blick: “So much!”You have seen, he is in a good mood. He’s here at home in Basel, then he’s running well and he’s winning.”It went very fast and I’m happy for him.”He is no longer the youngest and still plays at a top level, because you can look a lot off.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Source = ETB Travel News: Megan Tran The first of three new films by the South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) aimed at encouraging visitors to Adelaide during the Cricket World Cup premiered in New Delhi today.The film stars Indian cricketer Ajay Jadeja and encourages Indians to visit South Australia when it hosts the opening game of the ICC Cricket World Cup in February 2015.Deputy Premier John Rau said the India versus Pakistan game is a drawcard for the state, providing tourism opportunities.“The film aims to uncover the real South Australia. We wanted to capture the experiences of real people and this film does that in a creative way.”Mr Rau said the first film shows South Australia through the eyes of Ajay Jadeja and his son on their recent visit and features attractions such as, the Barossa, Kangaroo Island and the Adelaide Hills.The films were conceptualised and commissioned by SATC as part its India Strategy 2020, directed by Indian film maker Deepti Chawla and produced by Daydreamer Pictures. The aim was to create content that Indian visitors could relate to and identify with.“India is an important market for South Australia and these films are aimed at creating awareness and appeal for the State. Mr Rau said.“There is huge potential to showcase our state through the online medium and these films are designed to tap into that potential.”
Report Finds Mortgage Concerns Are One of the Top Financial Reasons Americans Lose Sleep More Americans are sleeping better at night knowing that the economy is recovering. Those Americans that are losing sleep over financial stress is declining in the U.S., according to a new CreditCards.com poll.The national poll, commissioned by CreditCards.com, also found that 62 percent of adult Americans are losing sleep over at least one financial problem. This is 7 percentage points lower than the amount in June 2009, the last time this poll was conducted, but higher than 56 percent in 2007.One of the top insomnia-inducing issues that worries many Americans is how they will pay their mortgage and monthly rent bills, the poll determined. Twenty-seven percent indicated that home and rent payments block sleep at night.“Many Americans are still struggling financially, even as the economy rebounds,” said Matt Schulz, senior industry analyst for CreditCards.com. “Twenty-seven percent of Americans are losing sleep over mortgage or rent payments—about the same number as in 2009, in the throes of the Great Recession when we last did the survey. And 1 in 3 Americans between the ages of 18 and 49 are losing sleep over paying their rent or mortgage.”According to the poll participants, the most common financial worry is saving enough for retirement. Two-in-five Americans noted that stress about retirement keeps them awake at night at least occasionally. The next big concern is educational expenses, which troubles young adults the most.“Ultimately, it’s about income. They say money can’t buy you love or happiness, but according to our survey, it can sure as heck buy you a better night’s sleep. Those making $75,000 or more per year were the least likely to be losing sleep, while those making less than $30,000 per year were the most likely.”CreditCards.com found that 40 percent of poll respondents are restless at night because of retirement savings. This anxiety cause the most amount of stress, especially among those adults who are approaching retirement age. Educational expenses seem to another burden among American that causes wakefulness thought the night. Approximately 31 percent of participants pointed out that they are deeply concerned with their ability to pay their own or someone else’s educational expenses.Americans are also worried about health care or insurance bills and how they will manage to pay these necessary expenditures. The poll found that 29 percent of people lose sleep over these financial stressors, a 6 percent decrease since 2009. Americans place credit card debt at the bottom of their list of worries, with 21 percent saying that this troubles them at night.”I think people are better off today than they were six years ago,” said James Chessen, chief economist with the American Bankers Association (ABA). “They are more secure in their jobs, their incomes are a little better, housing values are improving and they’ve managed their debt. There are still a lot of challenges, but overall people are in better positions than they have been since the recession.”CreditCards.com advises those Americans who are losing sleep at night due to financial woes to review their finances thoroughly, spend less, start an emergency fund, and come up with a budget.”I’m guessing someone who is really worrying does not have the basics covered,” said Edward Tonini, director of education at Alliance Credit Counseling. “For a lot of us, the unknown can really create the most anxiety. Take little steps and focus your energy on them and feel some sense of relief that at least you are making progress. It might take longer than you would like it to take, but realistically you have to work within your budget.”Click here to view the complete CreditCards.com poll. June 25, 2015 498 Views Share CreditCards.com Economy Financial Stress Mortgage Payment Rent Payment 2015-06-25 Staff Writer in Daily Dose, Data, Headlines, News, Uncategorized
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Swiss service provider Sunrise reported a 20.4% year-on-year increase in TV customers at the end of the second quarter.Reporting its Q2 results, the operator said it added 24,200 TV subscribers year-on-year, taking its total to 147,200 customers.“The solid TV customer growth reflects the advantages of Sunrise Home over other providers. Sunrise Home customers can put together their own packages consisting of landline service, internet and Sunrise Smart TV,” said the company.Sunrise also grew its internet customer base by 7.3% year-on-year to 357,500, and said that its internet and TV base “developed favourably” due to attractive tariffs and the competitive Sunrise Smart TV product.Despite this, the company reported revenues of CHF472 million (€434 million), down 3.2% year-on-year, while Net income came in at CHF 10 million, down from CHF 14 million a year earlier.“While having joined Sunrise only in the mid- of the reported quarter, I am pleased to see that the revenue decrease halved compared to Q1,” said Sunrise CEO, Olaf Swantee.“As a solid basis for a strong market position, the company invested in an improved network, customer service and in innovative convergent products for residential and business customers.“Nevertheless there is more to be done in these respective areas and I look forward to further strengthen our position as the leading challenger”.