Limerick Post leads the way

first_imgPrint IT would appear that yet again another local publication is incapable of correctly interpreting reports in other media outlets.The Limerick Post correctly reported in last week-end’s edition that there was no confirmed concert booking for Thomond Park in 2011, following an enquiry made to promoter Peter Aiken’s office.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up It has since been brought to our attention by a reader that our report was later ‘rubbished’ on the website of the Scottish owned local publication, which failed to provide any evidence to the contrary.In fact, Mr Aiken told their website it was “too early to say anything about potential acts,” merely confirming the story carried in the Post.Maybe Mr Aiken will bring a big act to Thomond Park in 2011 – and we sincerely hope he does – but as we told readers, nothing has yet been confirmed.The same local publication reported earlier this year that mighty Real Madrid, Netherlands and Denmark were all set to grace Thomond Park in summer, as were pop group Black Eyed Peas. Summer has passed….. Linkedin NewsLocal NewsLimerick Post leads the wayBy admin – October 28, 2010 392 Facebook Advertisement Email Twitter WhatsApp Previous articleFighting O’Sullivans back Limerick FCNext articleTeens damage cars adminlast_img read more

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Stephen Gilman appointed to head NICHD branch

first_img Read Full Story Stephen Gilman, associate professor of social and behavioral sciences at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, was appointed acting chief of the Health Behavior Branch (HBB) of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD). Gilman, S.M. ’99, Sc.D. ’01, researches the developmental origins of health inequalities and aims to identify intervention targets during childhood that could reduce inequalities over the course of life. Results of his research demonstrate the link between disadvantaged childhood environments and the development and subsequent recurrence of mood and substance disorders in adulthood.The appointment was announced January 29, 2015 and will start on April 13.last_img read more

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Ladbrokes to sponsor forthcoming FFos Las Welsh Champion Hurdle

first_img Share GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading August 13, 2020 Ladbrokes has been announced as the new sponsor of the Welsh Champion Hurdle, which takes place at Ffos Las Racecourse on Saturday 21 October.Revived by the West Wales racecourse in 2011, last year’s edition saw it shift from its traditional February schedule to a new October date, with a victory for Philip Hobb’s Garde La Victoire.This year’s feature race is said to be worth £50,000, with the overall fixture worth over £120,000. Previous winners include Oscar Whiskey, Saphir Du Rheu and Silsol.Ffos Las’ Director of Sales, Sarah Jones talked of her excitement at having Ladbrokes on board, saying: “We’re absolutely delighted to welcome Ladbrokes as headline sponsor of the Welsh Champion Hurdle at Ffos Las.“We’ve been really pleased with the feedback that we’ve had over the last year since moving the race to October and we hope that with the good prize money and Ladbrokes’ backing the race will continue to build as an early highlight of the jumps season.”Nicola McGeady of Ladbrokes commented: “We are thrilled to be sponsoring Ffos Las’s most high-profile and popular meeting of the year, including the Ladbrokes Welsh Champion Hurdle.“Horse Racing is a big part of Ladbrokes’ heritage and this sponsorship is further evidence of our ongoing commitment to the sport.”Ladbrokes will sponsor the event alongside the ABF The Soldiers Charity, who will be the official charity partner for the occasion.The race is open to horses aged three and over and run over a distance of two miles, with the full Ffos Las race card, including the Championship Hurdle, shown live on At The Races.Gates open at 12.05pm, with the first race at 2.05pm and the last at 5.30pm. Live music and entertainment will be provided moving into the evening. Related Articles Share Bookies Corner: Trump Presidency sinks as US 2020 enters its 100 day countdown July 29, 2020 FSB selects Glenn Elliott as new COO August 12, 2020 Submit StumbleUponlast_img read more

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