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92-year-olds death treated as suspicious

first_imgFacebook NewsLocal News92-year-olds death treated as suspiciousBy admin – October 26, 2009 535 Advertisement WhatsApp Email Printcenter_img Twitter GARDAI are investigating the death of an elderly man in County Limerick. James Mulqueen of Ballymakeery, Kilcolman, Ardagh was found dead at his home last Friday morning.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up It was initially believed the man had died of natural causes. However, as a result of a postmortem examination, Gardai are now investigating the death and treating it as suspicious.The man lived alone and the scene has been sealed off for a technical examination.The Limerick Post understands there were no signs of a forced entry to the house.Gardai are appealing to anyone with information to contact them at Askeaton on 061-601630. Previous articleMan recovering from gun attackNext articleGAA needs to experiment admin Linkedinlast_img read more

South Africa’s Top designers rev up Fashion Week

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2nd Edition of Waraka Sewinal Festival to be held on December 16-17, 2011

first_img Share Share Sharing is caring! Share 36 Views   no discussionscenter_img Sweinal Festival press conference. Photo credit: Gregory RabessThe second edition of the Waraka Séwinal Festival will be held in Atkinson on December 16-17, 2011. This was disclosed at a press conference held by the Atkinson Village Council and the Sewinal Festival Committee last Friday (Dec 2, 2011) at the Old Mill Cultural Centre.The main festival event is the Grand Séwinal Concert and Street Festival on Saturday December 17, 2011 featuring performances by individual singers, traditional séwinal (jing ping) bands, choirs, dancers, drumming and steel pan ensembles. These include the Paix Bouche Cultural Group, Petite Savanne Jing Ping Band, Bits and Pieces of Layou, Athie Martin Steel Pan Ensemble, Ti Bwa, Marigot Cultural Group, Bann Akayo Séwinal Band, Copee, Gregory Rabess, Atkinson Primary School Choir, Atkinson Youth Dancers, the KTZ Band of Bataca, Hot Pepper Sewinal Band among others.Millenium Sounds are providing sound and lighting for the event and for the first time in its history, the Swinging Stars will be performing in Atkinson following the main concert.Other Festival events include the Atkinson Primary School Miss Noel Show and the Antrizzle Séwinal Splash both of which take place on Friday December 16, 2011. The Waraka Séwinal Festival is aimed at promoting and sustaining the séwinal tradition, showcasing local talent, attracting visitors to the community and enhancing Christmas celebrations in Dominica.The village of Atkinson, also known by its Kalinago name Waraka, boasts a very strong séwinal tradition dating back to the early 1900s. During the weeks leading up to Christmas, groups of singers and séwinal bands go from house to house singing Christmas carols, cantiques noel and local séwinal songs which features Papa Nwèl (Father Christmas) as the central figure. This is an all night affair. The Waraka Séwinal Festival builds on this tradition and ensures that it survives for future generations.Press Release EntertainmentLocalNews 2nd Edition of Waraka Sewinal Festival to be held on December 16-17, 2011 by: – December 5, 2011 Tweetlast_img read more

England finally fire but Australia in charge in Adelaide

first_imgBy Nick MulvenneyADELAIDE, Australia (Reuters) – England finally got the pink ball to swing on the third night of the second Ashes Test yesterday but it still looked too little, too late and Australia will go into day four on 53 for four with a lead of 268 runs.Australia skipper Steve Smith elected not to enforce the follow-on after the tourists were dismissed for 227, a first-innings deficit of 215, and probably rued his decision as England attacked under the Adelaide Oval lights.James Anderson led the way with the wickets of Cameron Bancroft (four) and Usman Khawaja (20) while Chris Woakes removed David Warner with a delivery that moved off the seam and got an edge to fly to Joe Root in the slips.That the usually free-scoring Warner took 60 balls to eke out 14 runs was an indication of how tough the conditions were and captain could have followed vice-captain in the following over when Smith was given out lbw for a three-ball duck.For the third time in two days, however, Anderson was denied an lbw decision by the DRS system with tracking suggesting the ball had pitched fractionally outside leg.NO REPRIEVE Smith only survived to make six runs, though, before he was given out lbw to Woakes and this time there was to be no reprieve from the technology.“We’ve pushed Australia back tonight,” Woakes said. “Australia are obviously still ahead in the game but it was important that we bowled well, showed some character and pushed them back.”Nightwatchman Nathan Lyon survived to the end of the day and will resume with Peter Handscomb. Both were three not out.“We know the night session is toughest to bat, as we saw tonight,” Starc said.“With a lead of 260 going into the day session, we’re in the drivers’ seat. There’s no reason why we can’t build a really big lead and then have England on the ropes in the night session.”Lyon had earlier taken 4-60 as he and the pace trio of Pat Cummins, Starc and Josh Hazlewood combined to humble England’s top order and build on the 442-8 declared the hosts accumulated in their first innings.England, 1-0 down in the five-match series after a 10-wicket defeat in Brisbane, had resumed on 29-1 only to lose James Vince for two in the second over.Desperate for a decent partnership to bolster the top order, expectations were high when Root came out to join Alastair Cook in the middle.Root made just nine before he got a thick edge to a Cummins delivery, however, and Cook departed for 37 prodding at a Lyon tweaker with Smith gobbling up the catch at first slip.AUSTRALIA 1st innings 442 for 8 decl. (S. Marsh 126 n.o., T. Paine 57, U. Khawaja 53) ENGLAND 1st innings (o/n 29-1)A. Cook c Smith b Lyon 37M. Stoneman lbw b Starc 18J. Vince c Paine b Hazlewood 2J. Root c Bancroft b Cummins 9D. Malan c Paine b Cummins 19M. Ali c & b Lyon 25J. Bairstow c & b Starc 21C. Woakes c & b Starc 36C. Overton not out 41S. Broad c Paine b Lyon 3J. Anderson lbw b Lyon 0Extras: (lb-15, w-1) 16Total: (all out, 76.1 overs) 227Fall of wickets: 1-29, 2-31, 3-50, 4-80, 5-102, 6-132, 7-142, 8-208, 9-227.Bowling: M. Starc 20-4-49-3, J. Hazlewood 16-3-56-1, P. Cummins 16-3-47-2 (w-1), N. Lyon 24.1-5-60-4.AUSTRALIA 2nd innings C. Bancroft c Bairstow b Anderson 4D. Warner c Root b Woakes 14U. Khawaja lbw b Anderson 20S. Smith lbw b Woakes 6P. Handscomb not out 3N. Lyon not out 3Extras: (lb-2, w-1) 3Total: (for 4 wickets, 26 overs) 53Fall of wickets: 1-5, 2-39, 3-41, 4-50.Bowling: J. Anderson 11-7-16-2, S. Broad 7-2-14-0 (w-1), C. Overton 1-0-8–0, C. Woakes 7-0-13-2.last_img read more