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Limerick children appear on Today with Maura and Daithí

first_imgWhatsApp Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR LimerickNewsLimerick children appear on Today with Maura and DaithíBy Meghann Scully – April 6, 2020 687 Print HANNAH (9) and Mikey (7) Noonan from Newcastle West appeared live from their home via Skype on the Today Show with Maura Derrane and Dáithí Ó Sé last week (Friday 3 April 2020).The brother and sister team were selected for the RTE One programme’s “Living Room Stars’ Challenge” as a result of their #JokeADay social media campaign.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Since finishing school a few weeks ago due to the COVID-19 crisis they have used Instagram to share a daily video telling a joke together in an effort to raise the nation’s spirits.Such is the popularity of their humour that viewers have started to send them material and they have gained a following here at home and beyond with comments from France, Poland and the USA.Their debut TV appearance was all the more exciting for Hannah as it coincided with her 9th birthday and the Scoil Iosef pupil was wished a very special day full of celebrations by the presenters.To enjoy a daily dose of light relief thanks to the Noonans, search for #JokeoftheDaywithHannahandMikey on Instagram. TAGSCoronaviruscovid19Keeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Postrte Advertisement Previous articleBanks tying up local businesses in red tapeNext articleSurviving the Shock Mindfully with Gerry Raftery Meghann Scully Facebookcenter_img Email Linkedin Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League openerlast_img read more

Changes in prey fields increase the potential for spatial overlap between gentoo penguins and a krill fishery within a marine protected area

first_imgAIM: Management of competition with predators is an important consideration for fisheries, particularly within marine protected areas (MPAs) where conservation isa primary objective. We aimed to test whether static no-take zones within a large, sustainable-use MPA prevented overlap between gentoo penguins and a krill fishery during two winters with contrasting prey fields.LOCATION: South Georgia, Southwest Atlantic Ocean.METHOD: We used satellite tracking (N = 16, June–September 2018) to describe gentoo penguin movements and distribution and quantified their overlap with the MPA’s no-take zone (NTZ) and the krill fishing grounds. DNA metabarcoding of scats (N = 220, April–September 2018) was used to quantify diet.RESULTS: When krill were at moderate densities and evenly distributed in 2001, gentoo penguins would have spent all of their time within the 12 NM NTZ, but when availability was low in 2018, they spent 46.3% of their time outside the NTZ and 9.6% within the krill fishing grounds. The extension of the NTZ to 30 km in response to this finding would have produced a 14.9% increase in protection for penguins anddisplaced 4% of fishery hauls. Gentoo penguin diet comprised 25.8% krill, which is lower than in the late 1980s but more than in 2009.MAIN CONCLUSIONS: Gentoo penguins extend their foraging range when krill is scarce, which increases the potential for spatial overlap with the krill fishery during periods of nutritional stress. Current regulations allow for expansion of both extent and catches by the krill fishery and, should this occur, gentoo penguins may face heightened risks from competition. A dynamic ocean management framework, thatextends closed areas in response to near real-time data on penguin movements and krill density estimates, may reduce the potential for competition in this sustainable useMPA while allowing a profitable krill fishery.last_img read more

Special Olympic Champions

first_img Schoodic Grange hosting sale – October 30, 2014 Latest Posts Latest posts by Fenceviewer Staff (see all) Fenceviewer Staff ELLSWORTH — Downeast Horizon participants brought home numerous ribbons from the recent Winter Special Olympics held at Hermon Mountain.Mary Ellen Whitcomb, who placed first in Division 3 in alpine skiing.Jodi Jordan of Northeast Harbor also placed first in alpine skiing in Divison 5.In 100-meter snowshoe competition, Mike Rich of Trenton was second with a time of 26.84 seconds in Division 2 and Christian Cooper of Bar Harbor finished second in Divison 4 with a time of 24.9 seconds.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textIn the 50-meter snowshoe event, Kenny Pelkey of Howland was third in Division 3, Rich was sixth in Division 2, Cooper was second in Division 8 and Felicia LaBree of Old Town was second and Pelkey fifth in Division 1.Downeast Horizons assists and supports people with developmental disabilities in living a complete and fulfilling life.For more sports news, pick up a copy of the Mount Desert Islander. Bio Town report wins award – October 11, 2014 PreviousNext Fitness trainer is now cancer-exercise expert – October 12, 2014last_img read more

Kim Collins calls it a wrap

first_imgSt. Kitts and Nevis track and field stalwart, Kim Collins, has announced his retirement from the sport. Collins, 41, ended his run by pulling out of the 60-metre semi-finals at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Birmingham, England. The former World 100-metre champion, had, in the morning, finished third in his heat, clocking 6.77 seconds behind eventual World Indoor Champion, the United States’ Christian Coleman, 6.71, and Sweden’s Odain Rose, 6.75. Though the time allowed him into the semis as an automatic qualifier, Collins was a no-show in heat two, where he would have challenged Coleman, 6.45, again. Collins ended his career having notched a gold and four bronze medals at the World Championships, two World Indoor silver medals but may have rued missing an Olympic accolade to go with his long list of achievements.last_img read more

Wellington Redline to be held Friday from 8 to 10 p.m.

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