The Commissioner of the Liberia Maritime Authority (LMA), Binyan Kesselley, has said that the program initiated years ago to clean the beaches of Monrovia and its environs is no longer controlled by his institution, but by the central government.Mr. Kesselley recalled that the LMA instituted the program in January, 2009 partly with youths who were involved in car washing in Mamba Point. Speaking for the record, the LMA boss clarified that the program is now controlled by the central government. “Maritime is no longer a part of the physical operations. We have been asked to take it on, but there is no funding (for it). The money is currently being paid out of the coffers of the government. It is unfortunate this situation has occurred.”Mr. Kesselley was speaking recently in the Joint Chambers of the Legislature during public hearings into the “Restated and Amended Agreement” between the Government of Liberia and the Liberia International Ship and Corporate Registry (LISCR, LLC).Commissioner Kesselley recalled that President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf recently made a bold policy statement reaffirming the government’s resolve to continue the program. “When the President made that statement, it became outrightly a policy, and our job now as the official intermediary and all of the stakeholders is to be able to identify where that money is going to come from.”He informed journalists that the LMA was not sitting on money that was allotted to be paid to beach workers because according to him, there was no money to be paid. “That money has to be found from somewhere within the budget and I don’t run the Ministry of Finance. They have a much better idea what our revenue component looks like as a national government to be able to point to something.”“So why I feel for our brothers and sisters, (beach workers), we must also understand that this requires funding, and the funding is not from here, (Maritime) but from the central government.” Speaking earlier before the joint committees on Maritime, Judiciary & Ways, Means and Finance of the Legislature, Commissioner Kesselley assured the lawmakers that the document relating to the amendment to the extended and restated agency agreement between the Government and the Liberia International Ship and Corporate Registry (LISCR) was in the best interest of the citizens of Liberia and that it needed to be ratified.The agreement, when ratified, will ensure a ten years extension of the current contract between GOL and LISCR which expires in less than two years.Within the agreement, which according to Commissioner Kesselly, will help the Maritime expand in the area of commerce, there is a provision that 25% of revenue realized from the Maritime area will go to the LMA, while the remaining 75% is placed into a consolidated account of the Liberian government.Mr. Kesselley however, warned that if the Legislature fails to ratify the current agreement which has been discussed within the Executive since 2012, no one should hold the Maritime authority responsible if the Maritime revenue starts to drop.“As I said earlier, we have challenges in the sector. When I took over, there were four competitors – Liberia, Bahamas, Marshall Islands, and Panama. Now Cyprus, Malta and Singapore have been added to the list of competing maritime nations. He said Singapore currently has over 2,800 vessels waiting to dock in its port.” The traffic in the strait of Singapore, according to Commissioner Kesselly, increases the Singaporean viability. “But we don’t have that in Liberia. The only thing we have is the registry so if we can’t expand operations as a registry to stay commercially viable, the money will just disappear because the revenue will drop significantly,” the LMA boss warned.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The band broke up after Armstrong’s death in 1971. Barcelona then became a fixture at the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Honolulu, playing with the Bernie Halmann Group. He moved to Monterey Park in 1979. In addition to his wife and daughter Dana, Barcelona leaves a second daughter Jodi Barcelona; his brother Jose “Sonny” Barcelona; five grandchildren and a great-grandson. Funeral arrangements weren’t disclosed. SAN GABRIEL – Drummer Danny Barcelona, who traveled the world with Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars and played on such Armstrong recordings as “Hello, Dolly,” has died. He was 77. Barcelona, who was born in Hawaii and was affectionately called “the little Hawaiian boy” by Armstrong, died of cancer April 1 in a nursing facility near the Monterey Park home he shared with his wife of 50 years, his daughter, Dana Barcelona-Bonner, said. In the early 1950s, Barcelona started his own sextet, the Hawaiian Dixieland All Stars, which toured the Hawaiian Islands and Japan. During those years, he met his wife Dee, who was performing at a Waikiki hotel with her two sisters as the musical trio the Morgan Sisters. Barcelona, who joined Armstrong’s All-Stars in 1958 and traveled worldwide with the band, played on more than 130 recording sessions and soundtracks with Armstrong, including his hits “Hello, Dolly” and “What a Wonderful World.”
If the storm reaches Earth, it can cause a beautiful display of the aurora borealis, De Jong said, “but they also can whip out satellites, cell phones … even power grids.” The fast-moving protons and electrons that jet from the sun during these solar storms can also sicken astronauts who have traveled beyond the protection of the Earth’s magnetic field. “As we become a space-faring species, we’re going to have to deal with that,” De Jong said. The STEREO satellites, one of which circles the sun ahead of the Earth while one follows behind, will track the changes in the sun’s temperature and surface features. “Scientists will use all this information – the temperature information, the geometry information – to try to better understand the magnetic structures and when they’re going to cause solar storms, so hopefully this will allow us to better be able to predict space weather,” said Paulette Liewer, a JPL astronomer and co-investigator for the mission. LA CA?ADA FLINTRIDGE – NASA researchers revealed the first three-dimensional pictures of the sun Monday, the work of a pair of new satellites called the STEREO observatories. With these unique images, they hope to learn how to predict dangerous and destructive solar storms, much as meteorologists 50 years ago harnessed new technology to forecast hurricanes, said Jet Propulsion Laboratory astronomer Eric De Jong. The solar storms, or coronal mass ejections, are caused by tears in the sun’s powerful and chaotic magnetic field, said De Jong, an investigator on the STEREO – Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory – team. The tears can eject more than 1 billion tons of superheated gas from the sun’s atmosphere at speeds of 1 million mph. With advance warning, satellite managers and power companies can take precautions to avoid serious damage, which one worst-case scenario showed could otherwise cause $70 billion in losses. By keeping their cameras trained toward the sun, the crafts are also able to watch for visitors from distant corners of the solar system, such as the comet McNaught that looped around the sun in January. “I know when the scientists first saw this they were ecstatic,” said Madhulika Guhathakurta, the mission’s program scientist at NASA headquarters in Washington, D.C. “You could see the striations of this comet’s tail – it looked like the plumes of feathers of a bird of paradise,” she said. “These are the kind of things we are beginning to see that we did not expect, and I think STEREO’s going to make much more such observations.” firstname.lastname@example.org (626) 578-6300, Ext. 4451 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
0Shares0000The Wild Boars football team attended Saturday’s opening ceremony for the Youth Olympics © OIS/IOC/AFP / Jonathan NACKSTRANDBUENOS AIRES, Argentina, Oct 7 – The players of the Thai junior football team who were rescued after being trapped in a cave for more than two weeks were invited to the Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires and played at River Plate on Sunday.The Wild Boars team, aged between 11 and 16, arrived in the city on Friday and attended the opening ceremony of the Games the following day, before playing for an hour with the youth team of Argentinian giants River Plate. The friendly was played at the Estadio Monumental, which hosted the 1978 World Cup final, and finished in a 3-3 draw.The Thai youngsters, accompanied by the coach who took them on their trip to the Thuam Luang cave complex on June 23, were given a guard of honour by their Argentinian counterparts as they took to the pitch.“It’s really a spectacular moment because these boys have lived really terrible moments,” said River Plate president Rodolfo D’Onofrio.“This is the power of football and sport, we can make the people more happy.”The plight of the Thai boys attracted global media coverage and an international rescue effort as they remained trapped in the caves until July 10, and claimed the life of a rescue diver, former Thai Navy SEAL Saman Kuman.“The kids are very happy to be here, very excited,” said the head of the Thai delegation Werachon Sukondhapatipak.“During the rescue operation many people from around the world came to Thailand to collaborate in order to save them … They feel they owe everyone around the world.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Warehouse Bar + Kitchen on Main Street, Letterkenny are hosting a Christmas lunch with Santa Claus and are hoping to make a difference while they’re at it.Families and kids will have the opportunity to meet Santa, his elves and listen to stories by Mrs Claus all while enjoying a delicious Sunday lunch. And anyone who brings along a toy to donate to Letterkenny Hospital children’s ward, their kids eat free.The festive lunch will be on Sunday December 18 from 11am to 2pm. “Let’s face it; no one wants to be in the hospital, especially during Christmas and it’s even tougher to bear when its children. The staff at Warehouse want to use this opportunity to reach out to the community to help brighten up a sick child’s life on a special day,” says Damien O’Donnell, General Manager Warehouse Bar + Kitchen.Warehouse Bar + KitchenAll toys and gifts must be newly purchased due to infection and safety concerns and should be washable. Toys such as new stuffed animals with tags still attached, small Lego sets, board books, baby dolls, plastic animals and dinosaurs, sturdy plastic cars and games such as Connect Four and Monopoly Junior are all good examples of the type of gifts the children can use in hospital. Please do not wrap donations and the hospital asks that you avoid gifting any toys or action figures with weapons or violent themes.“Kids eating free at the Sunday lunch are just an incentive for our customers and the community to donate a toy to the hospital. The gifts don’t need to be costly as it really is the thought that goes into it that will hopefully raise the spirits of the children,” explains O’Donnell.Warehouse Bar + KitchenIf anyone wishes to donate a toy, they can also drop a toy off at Warehouse Bar + Kitchen before December 18 (100 Upper Main Street, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal) which will then be delivered to the children at Letterkenny Hospital in time for Christmas. For further information call (074) 912 2066. The bar are also hosting festive events and live music throughout the month of December, including a student Christmas party on December 14 with hundreds of Euros in prizes up for grabs for best festive dressed.Warehouse Bar + Kitchen host Christmas lunch to help sick children was last modified: December 6th, 2016 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:CHristmasfundraisingletterkennyWarehouse Bar and Kitchen
THERE was a great turn-out this evening for the Ramelton 5k in aid of the St Paul’s Church fund.If you took part, you can find out how you did below:St Paul’s Church 5k Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 49 17.05 Paul Toner SM Letterkenny A C2 83 17.44 Paul Doherty SM 24/7 Triathlon3 38 18.17 Gareth Kerrigan SM Milford A C 4 172 18.27 Callum Boyce SM Individual5 26 18.52 Mark McPaul JM Individual6 100 18.57 James Gunne SM Individual7 85 19.39 Curly Coyle SM Individual8 125 19.45 Stewart Magee SM Individual 9 73 20.05 Alan Blaney SM Individual10 95 20.09 Gerard McGettigan M50 Milford A C11 99 21.06 Sheila Regan SW Letterkenny A C12 101 21.44 Francis Gildea SM Individual 13 35 21.55 Johnathon Jacob SM Individual14 68 22.07 Paul Duddy M40 Individual15 19 22.17 Matthew McLaughlin Walker Individual16 64 22.17 Shaun Bryant Walker Individual17 18 22.20 Danny McLaughlin M40 Individual18 102 22.27 Joe Coyle SM Individual19 103 22.32 Anne Marie Cannon SW Individual20 112 22.40 Patrick Durning SM Individual21 60 22.56 Chris Ashmore M40 Individual22 70 23.07 Sean O’Donnell M50 Individual23 17 23.07 Yvonne Collins W40 Individual24 33 23.16 Marion Kerr SW Letterkenny A C25 114 23.23 Kevin Coyle SM Individual26 115 23.23 Raymond Friel SM Individual27 129 23.27 Alister Hetherington M40 Individual28 87 23.31 Mark Gildea SM Individual29 67 23.48 Mark Bradley M40 Individual30 6 24.01 Nancy McNamee W50 Finn Valley A C31 164 24.12 John Boyce SM Individual32 123 24.13 Annette Sheehy SW Milford A C33 59 24.19 Stephen Bryant Walker Individual34 80 24.30 Chuck McDaid SM Individual35 174 24.33 Ross Jacob SM Individual36 173 24.36 Tara Jacob SW Individual37 110 24.48 Paul Stevonson SM Individual38 110 24.48 Damian Buchanan SM Individual39 98 24.54 Yvonne O’Donnell SW Milford A C40 27 24.57 Aodhan Dorrian JM Individual41 105 25.02 Oisin Coyle Walker Individual42 133 25.03 Ryan Stewart Walker Individual43 113 25.21 Tylor Durning Walker Individual44 106 25.37 Mark Wilson SM Individual45 76 25.45 Laura Harte SW Individual46 8 25.50 Anthony McFadden M40 Individual47 34 25.52 Norman Irwin SM Individual48 153 26.05 Ruth McCrudden W40 Letterkenny A C49 81 26.13 Jimmy Gildea M60 Letterkenny A C50 161 26.19 Derek O’Connor M40 Individual51 77 26.28 Joseph Duggan Walker Individual52 78 26.30 Owen Duggan Walker Individual53 116 26.31 Liam Holian SM Individual54 79 26.34 Nadia Dunworth SW Individual55 9 26.43 Fraiser King M40 Individual56 127 26.53 Sheral Hetherington W40 Individual57 94 27.17 Shane O’Donnell SM Individual58 121 27.28 Sharon Durkan W40 Milford A C59 104 28.11 Diamuid Coyle Walker Individual60 1 28.15 Ciara Johnston SW Individual61 15 28.17 Lee Ponosby SM Individual62 97 28.25 Ann Doherty W60 Milford A C63 69 28.31 Mary O.Donnell W40 Individual64 147 28.58 Chloe Speer Walker Individual65 144 29.02 Ellen Kemp Walker Individual66 2 29.09 Hilary Moore W40 Individual67 21 29.19 Conney McGranahan W40 Individual68 154 29.22 Cheryl Boyce SW Individual69 135 29.42 Catriona Kelly SW Individual70 42 30.33 Owen Murray Walker Individual71 137 30.37 Roisin Sheridan W40 Individual72 51 30.48 maread Sharkey W40 Milford A C73 40 31.15 Paul McCleary M40 Milford A C74 16 31.15 Chris Hosford SM Milford A C75 24 31.20 Marie McSherry M40 Individual76 47 32.00 Molly Wheeler Walker Individual77 46 32.00 Sinead McCahill Walker Individual78 50 32.14 Teresa McDaid Walker Individual79 122 32.14 Mary Bond Walker Finn Valley A C80 52 32.29 Lavina Ward SW Individual81 82 32.29 ~Sinead Friel W40 Milford A C82 5 32.31 Chloe Moore Walker Individual83 55 32.39 Kate Boyce W40 Individual84 20 32.42 Heather McLaughlin Walker Individual85 58 33.07 Marie Boyce W40 Individual86 118 33.39 Gladis Stewart Walker Individual87 149 33.45 Alison Stewart Walker Individual88 90 33.47 Claire Stewart SW Individual89 74 34.20 Eddie McKeever Walker Individual90 84 34.20 Eileen McDevitt W40 Milford A C91 92 34.23 Noel Robb Walker Individual92 93 34.23 Lisa Robb Walker Individual93 61 34.52 Lou Kennedy W40 Individual94 170 34.52 Vicky Kane Walker Individual95 168 34.52 Aine Catterson Walker Individual96 29 35.03 Hannah McCloy Walker Individual97 65 35.11 Emma Gallagher Walker Individual98 91 35.32 Louise Gamble Walker Individual99 167 35.52 Aisling Boyce Walker Individual100 119 36.53 Adam McKinley SM Individual101 117 36.53 Diane Hetherington SW Individual102 169 38.50 Cathie Boyle Walker Individual103 57 39.10 Carly Bryant Walker Individual104 56 39.11 lisa Bryant Walker Individual105 53 39.12 Paul Bryant Walker Individual106 75 39.13 Tina Bryant Walker Individual107 30 39.27 Kerri Wilson Walker Individual108 37 39.47 Kyle McGarvey Walker Individual109 39 40.52 Amy Patterson Walker Individual110 32 41.00 Kiera o’Donnell Walker Individual111 132 41.20 Christine Stewart Walker Individual112 130 41.33 Jack Coyle JM Individual113 62 42.20 Lara Kennedy Walker Individual114 63 42.20 Ruby Kennedy Walker Individual115 108 42.32 Aoine Mills Walker Individual116 66 42.36 Eve Gallagher Walker Individual117 109 42.37 Katie Mills Walker Individual118 96 42.45 Eddie Diver Walker Individual119 107 42.48 Dermot Mills Walker Individual120 146 43.13 Patrica black Walker Individual121 124 43.39 Sarah Martin Walker Individual122 134 44.28 Joan Lockhart Walker Individual123 88 44.29 June Love Walker Individual124 45 44.30 Tamera Blaney Walker Individual125 31 45.20 Gemma Wilson Walker Individual126 131 45.21 Sinead Kinnear Walker Individual127 54 46.45 Liz Bryant Walker Individual128 48 47.03 Zara Blaney JW Individual129 158 47.04 Ben McGarvey Walker Individual130 126 48.16 Cecil Jacob Walker Individual131 36 48.18 Lee Jacob Walker Individual132 41 48.18 Margaret Murray Walker Individual133 43 49.00 Angela Murray Walker Individual134 148 49.01 jean Stewart Walker Individual135 120 49.03 Elsa Stewart Walker Individual136 176 49.03 Margaret Hunter Walker Individual137 171 49.05 Julie McGarvey Walker Individual138 165 49.07 Daniel Love SM Individual139 89 49.07 Audrey Gamble Walker Individual140 86 49.13 Edel Dunworth Walker Individual141 13 49.13 Kathleen Moore Walker Individual142 12 50.09 Lorraine Moore Walker Individual143 145 50.10 Lewis Kemp Walker Individual144 143 50.39 Lauren Kemp Walker Individual145 175 50.39 Slyvia Speer Walker Individual146 141 50.40 Lauren Reid Walker Individual147 72 52.31 Hazel Russel Walker Individual148 14 52.31 Ruaraigh King Walker Individual149 11 52.33 Yvonne McDonald Walker Individual150 23 52.35 Eoin McSherry Walker Individual151 22 52.36 Niamh McSherry Walker Individual152 28 52.43 Liz Crossan Walker Individual153 10 52.48 Ciara King Walker Individual154 136 52.51 Georgina Fay Walker Individual155 25 53.03 Jean McSherry Walker Individual156 156 53.58 Carol McGarvey Walker Individual157 152 53.58 Helena O’Brien Walker Individual158 159 54.20 Lauren McGarvey Walker Individual159 155 54.21 Ann McGarvey Walker Individual160 163 54.21 Erin Lee Walker Individual161 166 54.21 Grace Sweeney Walker Individual162 157 66.10 Teresa Magee Walker Individual163 160 66.11 June Sanderson Walker Individual164 7 66.12 Sue Grier W50 Individual165 71 66.13 Grace Gilmore Walker Individual166 138 66.14 Morgan Reid Walker Individual167 140 66.21 Etan Reid Walker IndividualTotal Runners: 1676 Lúnasa Page 5 of 5 RESULTS FROM THE RAMELTON 5K IN AID OF ST PAUL’S CHURCH FUND was last modified: August 6th, 2013 by John2Share 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:RESULTS FROM THE RAMELTON 5K IN AID OF ST PAUL’S CHURCH FUND
Arsenal legend David Seaman is confident Sol Campbell will prove to be a great manager following his first appointment in charge of Macclesfield Town.The former Gunners, Tottenham and England defender was handed the reins of the League Two side on Tuesday. 3 Sol Campbell is manager of Macclesfield Town He takes over a team which currently sits at the very bottom of the Football League pyramid – the Silkmen are 24th in the table having won just three of their 20 league games so far this season.Seaman says Campbell ‘suits management down to the ground’ and has what it takes to revitalise the faltering side.However, he admits – after a long wait for his first managerial job – his friend risks tainting his reputation as a manager before it really starts if he can’t make a success of his time with the League Two club.Speaking on Wednesday’s Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, the former England goalkeeper said: “It’s a big gamble for Sol.“People will think of Teddy [Sheringham] when he went at Stevenage, that didn’t work out and it didn’t work out for Tony [Adams] at Wycombe either.“But with Sol, being a manager suits him down to the ground. “Being a manager suits him down to the ground.”@TheDavidSeaman believes Sol Campbell has everything it takes to be a brilliant manager.Can you see Sol being a success? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/SiHl6SPJEA— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) November 28, 2018 3 3 “He’s so articulate, he’s so focused, he knows exactly what he wants.“He was very vocal in the dressing room, he can really get the lads going.”Seaman also admitted he was surprised his former team-mate has chosen to start his coaching career at the very bottom of the Football League, especially seeing the likes of Frank Lampard at Derby County and Steven Gerrard at Rangers.“That’s the sort of level I thought Sol would go into, I don’t know what’s happened,” the legendary former goalkeeper said.“He’s always wanted to be in the management game but has never had the opportunity. He’s gone for a lot of interviews as well.“I know his focus changed a little bit when he wanted to become mayor of London, but now his focus is on getting back into management. Sol Campbell recently spent time coaching England’s Under-21s “I just pray it goes well for him.“He’s a good guy, I like Sol and I really want him to do well.“The most important thing, I think, is that he gets somebody in as his number two who has worked in that league before, or worked at that level – it’s going to be hard for Sol with the standards he played at.” Seaman wishes his former Arsenal team-mate well as Campbell takes his first steps into management
Congratulations to PJ Gallagher, Burtonport, on winning the Maghery Singles tournament despite spirited resistance from Daniel O’Kane, St Eunans, Raphoe, who had to settle for the runners up spot.Semi-finalists were Patsy Boyle, Burtonport, and Joe Duggan, Dunfanaghy.Other players in contention for the Noel Wallace Cup were Mervyn White, Cathedral, Raphoe, Aidrian Gavigan, Glenties, Colin Mabon, Forresters, James Given, Laghey, Noel Hanlon, Burtonport, Marty Bonner, Maghery, Aiden Gallagher, Maghery, Andrew Steele, Quigley Point, Christie Hegarty, Glenties, Michael Boyle, Maghery, David Bonner, Burtonport and Jonathan Jacob, Ramelton. The cup was presented by Michael Wallace and Jack Brerton. Congratulations to John Quinn, Ballylennon, who has reached the final of the Irish Singles Championships. His opponent on 31st March in Richill, Armagh will be Paul Duff, Louth. BOWLS: GALLAGHER WINS MAGHERY SINGLES TOURNAMENT was last modified: March 4th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:BOWLS: GALLAGHER WINS MAGHERY SINGLES TOURNAMENT
Deele College Raphoe are today celebrating the success of their Junk Kouture entry “Short Circut” which was selected in the Europa hotel Belfast last night to go forward to the 2012 Grand Final in Dublin on April 20th.The outfit which was designed & made by Clodagh Barry, Catherine Donnelly and Leona Burns beat off stiff competition of designs from all over Ulster.The creation was modelled by Darlene Burns. The girls were accompanied and supported by their teacher Mrs Patrice Gallagher, teachers, parents and friends. DEELE COLLEGE GIRLS SCOOP JUNK KOUTURE ULSTER GONG! was last modified: March 12th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:DEELE COLLEGE GIRLS SCOOP JUNK KOUTURE ULSTER GONG!
The students of Scoil Mhuire in Buncrana have really pushed the boat out this time – Gangnam style!Hundreds of pupils and teachers came together to make an amazing music video ‘The Lip Dub’. But don’t take our word for it – simply CLICK the video to play. DDTV – BUNCRANA SCHOOL DOES IT IN STYLE – GANGNAM STYLE! was last modified: November 10th, 2012 by StephenShare 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:buncranamusic videoScoil Mhuire