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Beijing Debate: Men’s 400m Hurdles

first_imgKC: Can the 32-year-old ‘Batman’ Bershawn Jackson fly in the men’s 400m hurdles? Andre: He really needs to get rid of that stupid nickname, but besides that, he’s been the form athlete in what is usually a strong 400m hurdles field. Edwin Moses did win as a 32-year-old in 1987, and I think Bershawn Jackson can match that in Beijing. KC: He has been having a great season and with only one defeat, and with a season best of 48.09 seconds, he looks well set to go sub-48 seconds here as well. Andre: A gold medal for him would be a great story, too, after he came close to quitting the sport last season after he wasn’t able to get into any races due to a string of poor seasons, but still, he isn’t the only one doing well in this event. Johnny Dutch has also been impressive, and at 48.13, can also go sub-48 seconds here and pose a real threat. Also, he’s the last man to have beaten Jackson this year. KC: True, but among all the others who are doing well, the only one I think has an outside chance against Jackson is Michael Tinsley. After some personal problems, he seems to be getting things right, and I will not be surprised if he upstaged Jackson. Andre: I’m not sure Tinsley will finish in the top four! Problems or not, he simply isn’t running fast enough right now and will need to find a huge season best to be a factor for gold. His last and only really good race this year came in early June. That’s a long time ago. KC: Tinsley has done well over the years when it matters most. After being edged out by Jehue Gordon for the gold medal at the last Worlds, he will be even hungrier this time. He has the beating of this field and all respect to people like Javier Culson and Johnny Dutch, but I don’t see any of them ahead of Tinsley for second place. Andre: I’m going with form. I respect Tinsley’s experience, but Dutch is a top-three machine. I think we both agree Bershawn Jackson will win, but I’m picking Dutch to take second and The Bahamas’ Jeffery Gibson taking bronze. KC: Yes, Jackson will go 47 seconds and win his second title in 10 years, but he must be wary of Tinsley, who I pick for second place, with Javier Culson closing out the Trifecta.last_img read more


Give it time: Black thinks Standhardinger will become one of PBA’s best players

first_imgPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netMeralco coach Norman Black knows good talent when he sees one.And Black had nothing but praise for Christian Standhardinger despite the San Miguel Beer rookie’s subpar PBA debut on Wednesday night.ADVERTISEMENT Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast MOST READ Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ Norwood admits Rain or Shine failed to match Columbian’s energy LATEST STORIES ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames “I know he’s good. It’s just his first game. He’s just got to find his game just like everybody else,” Black, who has multiple championships as player and coach, told reporters after the Bolts spoiled Standhardinger’s much-awaited first game for the San Miguel Beermen.Standhardinger came off the bench and checked in late in the first quarter. He got off to a fast start, making a left baseline jumper in his first shot and had a couple of steals in his first three minutes.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownBut he couldn’t get anything going after that, finishing with only four points, five rebounds, two assists and two steals in 20 minutes.But it’s only a matter of time before the Standhardinger that the Filipinos have come to love when he suited up as a naturalized player for the national team last year shows up and gets accustomed to the Beermen’s system and PBA brand of basketball. In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’center_img P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC “The imports come in and have to adjust and he’s gonna have to do the same,” Black said. “But we’ve seen this kid play and he’s going to be one of the best players in the league eventually. He’s tough, he’s physical.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more


CRC Participants Want NEC Board Elected

first_imgThe Chairperson of the Constitutional Review Committee (CRC), Cllr. Gloria Musu Scott, has disclosed that participants of the CRC initiative are calling for board members of National Elections Commission (NEC) to be elected.Speaking Monday, May 26, at a one-day meeting with business communities, the CRC chairperson said, people in the diaspora and other parts of Liberia have stressed the need for the commission to exist only during election and later dissolve.According to Cllr. Gloria Scott, participants from the various counties suggested that this will allow the commission to be more independent in conducting free, fair and transparent election without any interfering of the president and the national legislature.Cllr. Gloria Scott explained that, quizzing the members of the National Elections Commission on Friday, May 23, some members from NEC agreed with the participants’ suggestions on the report as the way forward to conducting free, fair and transparent election in Liberia. The chairperson of CRC, however, disclosed that participants also highlighted other important issues of national concern including special seat for disable at the National Legislature, people charged with corruption should be denied public offices, former heads of state should be well taken care of and the issue of tenure of the President should be reduced from six to four years; senators from nine to six years and the representatives to 4 years.“This will make the senators and representatives to be very serious in responding to voters need when elected and if wanting to be re-elected in their county or district.”   The Cllr. Gloria M. Scott said the participants also called on the committee to address the issue of child’s rights as many parents and other guardians had been jailed for disciplining their children at home.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more


1 injured after SUV slams into house

first_imgForty-two-year-old Orlando Fraser of Soesdyke, East Bank Demerara was rushed to the Diamond Diagnostic Centre on Sunday at about 1:00hr, after he lost control of the red XTrail SUV he was driving and it broke a utility pole before slamming into the verandah of a home at Lot 14 Sarah Johanna, East Bank Demerara.Owner of the house, Zubeda Ali, told Guyana Times that when she was awakened by the crashing sound, she thought a vehicle had been involved in an accident; but as she got out of bed and opened the door leading to the verandah to make enquiries, she realised that the car was right in front of her eyes. As she looked closer, she saw the driver being lifted out of the vehicle to be taken to the hospital.She said that, from all indications, the driver might have been drunk, and would have lost control while negotiating the turn.The house into which the SUV slammedThe vehicle, she added, has been destroyed, and so has her verandah.She said she thanks God that nothing serious had happened, and also is happy to hear that the driver is not in a critical state.She said the driver has promised to return to look after the damaged property as soon as he has been discharged from the hospital.The police are, however, investigating the incident.last_img read more


Govt admits it solicited traders to sell crude oil on spot market

first_img– claims it consulted with Public Procurement Commission before inviting tradersThe Energy Department has finally broken its silence after a Bloomberg report exposed the Government’s plans to approach traders directly and have them buy Guyana’s oil and sell it. According to the Department, the arrangement is not a long term but rather an interim one.Energy Department Head, Dr Mark BynoeIn a statement issued on Sunday, the Department said that the arrangement was only meant to last for the first three crude lifts. The Department noted that because of Guyana’s relative inexperience, the decision was made to have others buy and sell the oil first, while the Department watches and learns.The Department said that its uncertainty about the quality of the crude and the cost to refine it was another factor in this decision. This is despite Exxon consistently announcing that the crude it has found in the Liza Field is of high quality. According to the Department, however, it will take several lifts to establish the quality of crude.“Guyana’s main incentive in taking this approach is to establish a norm in terms of quality standard and quantity availability so as to prevent any possible down-pricing. What the DE is seeking to accomplish with the short-term approach is to allow for stabilisation and standardisation to prevent our Liza crude from being priced downwards due to uncertainty of the quality.”“Upon careful consideration of all advice and exigencies of this moment, the DE initiated a conversation with a selected group of companies for a potential placement of only the first three cargoes of Guyana’s entitlement. This allows Guyana to sell its crude directly to the selected operators,” the Department said.A novel approachThe Department admitted that this may be considered a “novel” approach, a point that was made by the Bloomberg article. However, the Department defended the unusual situation by noting that learning from the traders was a strategic move that has precedent. Moreover, it claimed to have consulted with the Public Procurement Commission (PPC) before deciding on this course of action.“This strategy was employed upon serious consideration of advice given by an international team external to the DE.  The advisory team consists of the following persons, a Crude Marketing Specialist, a Commercial Specialist and an external Legal Adviser, among others.”“The logic is that given Guyana’s inexperience and the impending early date of the first lifts, an introduction phase of the grade was more advantageous to Guyana at this time,” the Department also said.But while the Department claims it will be relying on the traders to ‘hold Guyana’s hand’ and show it how to sell its oil, a source knowledgeable about the oil sector has pointed out to this publication that the oil industry is never as black and white as the Department seems to believe.According to the source, traders will not surprisingly get a better price due to their connections with most global refineries. According to the source, refiners of crude and oil companies are known for having conflicts of interest.In fact, the government has every intention to sell oil on spot market in an attempt to show the electorate oil funds before the March 2, 2020 Regional and National elections.Long-term contractMeanwhile, the Energy Department also said that a Request For Proposals (RFP) will be issued next month, which will initiate the process to procure a marketing firm on a long-term basis to sell Guyana’s crude in the open market. This process, according to the Department, could take three months.It was only last week that Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo denounced plans to sign a long-term contract to market Guyana’s crude, before the General and Regional Elections that are due on March 2, 2020.Jagdeo was at the time speaking at his weekly press conference and his comments came after a Bloomberg article revealed that companies from the United States, Switzerland and England would be paying Guyana a visit to vie for the opportunity to buy and sell Guyana’s oil.“They are busy trying [to procure companies],” Jagdeo had revealed. “They called a company, asking if they can put in a proposal, to lift our share of profit oil. But they don’t really want that company.”“They want to say they consulted widely, because, behind the scenes, they are working on a deal to tie up a long-term contract for the lifting of our share of the oil. And we’re never going to accept that.”While Guyana will eventually be going the route of outsourcing the sale of its oil, there are, in fact, a number of methods that are used around the world to sell oil. In some cases, a national oil company representing the oil-producing country will negotiate a long-term contract with a buyer. In the contract, the price is usually pre-determined with a benchmark.There are also methods like on the spot sales, where oil cargoes are sold on an individual basis and prices determined on the spot. This is, in fact, the method being used by the Energy Department in the short term. Then there are hybrid sales, where an oil producer can use both term contracts and the spot market.There are also delivery agreements where producers with stakes in refineries can create a safe market for their crude and control their prices according to the costs incurred during the refining process.Refineries are usually a preferred option to sell oil to, since they offer protection and reduced risks. Selling directly to traders comes with its own challenges, especially if traders aggressively negotiate the sale terms and pressure the country, in this case, Guyana, for favourable treatment… something Guyana knows all too well from the Production Sharing Agreements (PSAs) it has already negotiated.last_img read more


Mali legend Kanouté to visit Kenya this weekend

first_img0Shares0000Kanouté, a Sevilla FC legend, will be in the country courtesy of global gaming brand SportPesa and LaLiga. Photo/COURTESYNAIROBI, Kenya, Dec 20 – Retired Malian striker Frédéric Kanouté will tour Kenya this weekend where he will grace the live screening of the El Clasico pitting rivals Real Madrid and Barcelona on Saturday at Nairobi’s Uhuru Gardens.Now a LaLiga ambassador, Kanouté, who made history in 2007 when he became the first footballer born outside the continent to be crowned the African Footballer of the Year, will arrive in the country on Thursday evening for his visit in Kenya. Kanouté, a Sevilla FC legend, will be in the country courtesy of global gaming brand SportPesa and LaLiga.He will be the star attraction during the formal launch of their partnership on Saturday from 3pm local time (+3GMT) during the live viewing of the El Classico pitting bitter rivals Real Madrid and Barcelona at Uhuru Nairobi’s Gardens.The momentous occasion will give Kenyan football fans the chance to witness for the first time the state-of-art SportPesa display screening truck that landed in the country recently from the United Kingdom.Kanouté, a Sevilla FC legend, will be in the country courtesy of global gaming brand SportPesa and LaLiga. Photo/COURTESY“We are delighted to welcome Kanouté, a modern legend of the game to Kenya for the launch of the LaLiga Experience in Kenya. His career progression is an ideal example of SportPesa’s football development mission we have for Kenya,” SportPesa Chief Marketing Officer, Joyce Kibe, announced.“Freddie was born in a tiny village in France and went on to play at the highest level in LaLiga and England, opting to represent his nation of heritage in international football, the tiny country of Mali where he inspired the nation to their most successful years in international football,” Kibe added.“Having such an icon to formally launch our partnership with LaLiga that was signed eight months ago where football fans will get a first opportunity to witness a revolution in live game viewing in Kenya is another key milestone in what has been a wonderful year for SportPesa,” the marketing chief noted.Kanouté is due to watch the 2017 Koth Biro round of 16 clash between Umeme Bees FC and Opitos FC on Friday evening, where both teams will have coaches from LaLiga on either dugout, as part of the effort to promote grassroots football at the Ziwani Sports Grounds in Nairobi.The LaLiga coaches- Carlos De Las Heras Sanchez-Tembleque and Jose Ignacio Sanchez Becerra- arrived in Kenya on Tuesday night for training sessions with both sides, with Umeme going first on Wednesday and Opitos a day later.Kanouté is due to watch the 2017 Koth Biro round of 16 clash between Umeme Bees FC and Opitos FC on Friday evening, where both teams will have coaches from LaLiga on either dugout, as part of the effort to promote grassroots football at the Ziwani Sports Grounds in Nairobi. Photo/COURTESYPlayers drawn from various parts of the country under the Tujiamini campaign by the gaming giants will also take part in the coaching clinic to learn the skills that gave Spain world famous players such as Kanouté who won the UEFA Cup twice with Sevilla in 2006 and 2007, that marked the start of a golden age at the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan.Besides the UEFA Cup glory, the forward who played six times for the France Under 21s, scoring once for them, also collected the UEFA Super Cup (2006), Copa del Rey (Spanish Cup) twice (2007 and 2010) and the Supercopa de Espana (Spanish Super Cup/2007) titles at Sevilla.Kanouté had successful stints at French giants, Olympique Lyonnais (Lyon) and English Premier League sides, West Ham United FC and Tottenham Hotspur FC in a career celebrated for his silky skills and classy goals.The retired forward led Mali to the semi-finals of the 2004 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) finals in Tunisia against all odds, having famously beaten Kenya Harambee Stars 3-1 in the group stages of the competition in a tournament where he scored four goals.Kanouté,-born to a Malian father and French mother- retired from international football in 2010 when Mali were eliminated from the AFCON having won the hearts of his chosen nation.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more



first_imgA Scottish nurse with strong Donegal connections is back in hospital after she contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone last year.Nurse Pauline Cafferkey whose family are from Co Donegal.Pauline Cafferkey, whose relatives hail from Kincasslagh and who is a cousin of Packie Bonner, has been readmitted to an isolation unit in London following an “unusual late complication”.NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde confirmed that the virus is present in Pauline Cafferkey but said it was left over from the original infection. It is not thought to be contagious.Th BBC is reporting that the 39-year-old, from Cambuslang, South Lanarkshire, has been flown back the isolation unit at the Royal Free Hospital in London.Ms Cafferkey spent almost a month in the unit at the beginning of the year after contracting the virus in December 2014.NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde said she had been admitted to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow on Tuesday after feeling unwell and was treated in the infectious diseases unit. She was transferred from Glasgow to the Royal Free Hospital in the early hours of the morning due to an unusual late complication in her illness.Low riskDr Emilia Crighton, NHSGGC director of public health, said: “Pauline’s condition is a complication of a previous infection with the Ebola virus.“The risk to the public is very low. In line with normal procedures in cases such as this, we have identified a small number of close contacts of Pauline’s that we will be following up as a precaution.”NURSE WHO CONTRACTED EBOLA IS ADMITTED BACK TO HOSPITAL was last modified: October 9th, 2015 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:donegalebolaNURSEPackie Bonnerlast_img read more


Donegal has largest number of cross border commuters

first_imgDonegal has the highest number of cross border commuters than any other county in Ireland, according to the latest CSO report.An analysis of Census 2016 showed that 5,600 people leave Donegal to work or study in Northern Ireland. 76% of Donegal commuters travelled to Co. Derry.Tyrone, Antrim and Fermanagh were the next most frequent destinations for Donegal workers and students. The above map by CSO shows that Inishowen and border towns have the highest number of people crossing the border for work. 9,336 people in the Republic crossed the border for work and school in 2016, a decrease of 2.1 per cent on the 2011 figure of 9,536.Workers made up three quarters, 7,037 of commuters, up 10%, while students accounted for the remainder (2,299 down 26%).The most frequent destination of commuters across the border was Co. Derry with over 4,320 commuters who stated this as their commuting destination. Just over 1,200 commuters travelled to County Tyrone, with just over a 1,000 travelling to County Armagh.A total of 3,531 people nationally stated on the 2016 Census form that their place of work was outside the island of Ireland. The most popular overseas working destination was Great Britain; 2,144 persons commuted to England, Scotland and Wales with a further 1,387 commuting elsewhere in the world. Donegal has largest number of cross border commuters was last modified: August 31st, 2017 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:censusCross Border Commuters 2016CSOlast_img read more


Donegal broadcaster to present new Newstalk show

first_imgDonegal broadcaster Andrea Gilligan will be presenting a new show on one of Ireland’s leading radio stations.‘Between the Lines’, a new current affairs and politics-focused programme, will be broadcast across Ireland each Sunday morning between 8am and 9am. At the helm of the new show is Donegal woman Andrea.Andrea has previously worked at Ocean FM as a currents affairs presenter and has also worked as a freelance multimedia journalist at RTÉ. Speaking on Twitter, Andrea says: “Well it won’t be every day that I get to do this… Absolutely delighted to announce that I will be presenting my own show ‘Between the Lines’ each Sunday morning from 8am-9am. Thanks to Newstalk for the opportunity!”As part of the new weekend schedule, Newstalk is also launching a ‘Tech Talk’ show hosted by Jess Kelly, and a current affairs show called ‘On the Record’ which will be hosted by cover presenter Kieran Cuddihy.George Hook will also return to the airwaves tomorrow with his new feature-led show ‘Hook’s Saturday Sit-In’.Hook returns to the air on 6th January, with the rest of the schedule changes effective from 13th January. Speaking about the weekend schedule, Chris Doyle from Newstalk said: “We are delighted to announce this exciting new line-up and, in particular, to welcome these new presenters to our weekend schedule, each of whom has proved extremely popular with our audiences, contributing across a range of shows over the past few years.”Donegal broadcaster to present new Newstalk show was last modified: January 5th, 2018 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:andrea gilligandonegalNewstalklast_img read more


B&S Credit Union Celebrates its 50th Anniversary!

first_imgA little bit of historyB&S Credit Union first opened in 1969 and it has been a valuable service to our Finn Valley community since then. In recognition of its 50th anniversary, B&S Credit Union would like to invite its members (old and new) to come and celebrate this special occasion.A number of exciting celebration events are planned to take place from 18th to 20th July 2019. B&S Credit Union’s first Board Meeting took place on 28th July 1969 in the Butt Hall, Ballybofey. The following locals were elected as officers; Patrick Hannigan (RIP) Chairman, Maureen Mc Gilloway(RIP) Vice Chairperson, Brian Mc Dermott Treasurer, William Mc Intyre (RIP) Asst. Treasurer, Michael Mullarkey Secretary, and Phil Roddy Asst. Secretary.The first Credit Committee comprised of Hugh Friel, John Harkin (RIP) and Molly Mc Neill (RIP).The Minutes of their meeting state that the elected officers thanked those for electing them and expressed dedication to the work of making the Credit Union a success.The meeting also agreed to have public collections on Saturday nights in the Butt Hall from 7.30 – 9.00 pm commencing on the 9th August 1969. In years gone by: Former B&S Credit Union Board of Directors.Since that excellent voluntary work of the first Board, B&S Credit Union has continued to flourish over 5 decades and has created a community financial co-operative which serves almost 13,000 members in its common bond. B&S Credit Union has experienced two changes of currency, and premises, since its inception.They moved into their current premises on Main Street Ballybofey in 1999.The premises was extensively renovated in 2017 and is now a secure, confidential and comfortable premises for both members and staff.B&S Credit Union common bond includes the areas of Ballybofey and Stranorlar, Cloghan, Drumkeen, Crossroads, Killygordon, Convoy, and Castlefinn.50th CelebrationsDetails of B&S Credit Union celebration events for their members, that are free of charge include: Thursday 18th July from 12noon – 2.30 pm B&S Credit Union Members Only 2019 Car Draw will take place. Highland Radio’s John Breslin Show will be live from the Credit Union on Main Street, Ballybofey. Members who have entered the car draw will have their fingers crossed as one lucky member will drive away in a 192 Ford Focus Zetec, supplied by Shane Connolly Car Sales.Entrants will also have a chance to win a number of fantastic cash prizes! Members who haven’t entered are still welcome to come along to the Live draw as there will be spot prizes for attendees on the day and of course refreshments will be served.Friday 19th July from 11 am – 3 pm they will host a Vintage Tea Party. Afternoon Tea will be served in a 50th Anniversary Marquee which will be located in B&S Credit Union’s Car Park. You can enjoy beautiful sweet treats, home bakes, tea/coffee amid some light entertainment.Saturday 20th July from 10 am – 2 pm will offer some fun for B&S Credit Union’s younger members. It is their first ever Family Fun Day, taking place in B&S Car Park. Mary’s Ark (micro zoo with a variety of different animals), Face Painting, ice cream, novelty games, Arts & Crafts will be on offer to all free of charge! Free goodie bags will be given out to the first 50 young members who attend and Tea/Coffee and sweet treats will be supplied for the adults! Final Event – Jackson’s Hotel – Evening Buffet – Sat 20th July, 7.30pmB&S Credit Union are very proud to be part of the Finn Valley community and look forward to celebrating with all its members. Their final celebration event will take place on Saturday 20th July 2019, at their special 50th Anniversary Evening celebration in Jackson’s Hotel, with a Drinks reception, Buffet, Music, and live music, 7.30pm till late.Limited tickets are available for members so please contact B&S Credit office on 1800 290 390 or call into the office to book your FREE place.Serving Our CommunityB&S Credit Union lets people in the community come together to save and borrow monies at competitive rates and terms, and is operated on a not-for-profit basis, with surpluses being returned to members.With members availing of competitive loan rates, loans totalling over €1 Million Euros were issued to our members in the month of May and a further €1 Million was issued to members in June! You can be a part of it….B&S Credit Union provides personal loans, so if you want to renovate that home, buy a car, enjoy a holiday in the sunshine or help with education expenses, we have a competitive loan rate just for you! We don’t just focus on the rate though! There are no additional fees, no penalties if you settle your loan early, free life savings and free death benefit insurance cover for our members (terms & conditions apply). We provide a professional, confidential and welcoming service to our members while working within the requirements of the Central Bank of Ireland.It is never too late to join your local Credit Union and enjoy the many benefits of being a member. If you are living or working within 8 miles of B&S Credit Union, you can become a member. Check our website at call into our office on Main Street Ballybofey or give us a call on Freephone 1800 290 390. We welcome all members, old and new!B&S Credit Union Celebrates its 50th Anniversary! was last modified: July 13th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare 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)last_img read more