Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 The VOICE of Health3 tips to help you make the right choiceFrom Florida Hospital Apopka Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom Please enter your name here Please enter your comment! Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. TAGSFlorida Hospital – ApopkaThe VOICE of Health Previous articleAfrican-American GIs of WWII: Fighting for democracy abroad and at homeNext articleDonna’s Deals: 13 Secrets to Shopping at Whole Foods Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Sometimes, the decision is obvious. Say you have a sore throat and wonder if you have strep.If your regular doctor can’t see you right away, waiting in discomfort for an appointment doesn’t seem like the best option. You don’t need an ER, so urgent care comes to mind as your best bet.At other times, it can seem like a gray area of uncertainty and additional stress.It’s hard to always know if your symptoms are from a common illness or related to something more serious, such as diabetes or high blood pressure.While urgent care can be a quick and affordable option, staffed by professionals who can give you the best care possible, you have to know when it’s most useful.Here are some tips to consider when you’re faced with the choice between urgent care and your family doctor.Your primary care physician should be your first stop, if possible.This one is important: Urgent care is not a substitute for your family care physician. This is often called your “primary” care doctor for a reason – because they should be your first stop, if possible.Your doctor knows you. He or she is helping you look to the future by watching out for signs of long-term illness and discussing screenings, like mammograms.Even if you want immediate help, contacting your doctor first is always recommended. They may be able to see you on short notice. And if not, they might want to schedule a follow-up appointment if you do decide to visit an urgent care location.During times outside of normal business hours or on weekends, urgent care could be your first line of care, but you should always contact your primary care doctor or have your urgent care records sent to their office to keep your routine medical provider in the loop.Urgent care can prevent an emergency room visit in many cases.Urgent care can treat a wider variety of illnesses than you may assume. It can be the quick healthcare destination when an unexpected non-life threatening emergency happens to you or a loved one, which can include:Minor broken bones (certain fractures, such as in the chest or head, may require an ER visit)Other muscle or bone problems, including arthritis, gout and sprainsCommon infections, including the flu, bronchitis and earacheMinor burnsCuts (stitches)Stomach and digestive conditions, including food poisoning, vomiting and acid refluxX-rays and EKG (measures the heart’s electrical signals)Skin conditions such as rashes, poison ivy and eczemaFor the full list of services at Florida Hospital’s Centra Care, check out our website.But if you suspect your symptoms are from a more serious condition, such as a heart attack or stroke, you should call 9-1-1 or get to the nearest ER right away.Chronic or more long-term conditions should be managed by your primary care physician.Let’s say you have diabetes, and you notice you have been more tired than usual in recent days. You may be tempted to seek answers right away and go to urgent care.However, while urgent care doctors may be able to help you in the moment, your primary care doctor has the larger scope of your health history, needs, medications and your care plan for whole health – in body, mind and spirit.Here’s a list of some medical services your regular doctor is best suited to provide and manage:Well women’s examsMen’s health examsAnnual physicalsDisease management (such as diabetes and high blood pressure)Lab workIf you don’t have a regular doctor, now is a great time to establish one. And if you are not aware of which urgent care centers are close by, it’s a good idea to become more familiar with those, too. That way, you are ready to act quickly when you have an urgent health need.Florida Hospital Centra Care is the region’s largest and trusted urgent care provider backed by a nationally recognized hospital system. This means that your urgent care can be seamlessly connected to your primary care.You don’t need an appointment for urgent care, but you can make one online to avoid the wait. The website will also direct you to the nearest of the more than 30 urgent care locations in Orlando and neighboring cities, each of which is open seven days a week. Some are open as late as midnight. You can also visit the Centra Care website for more information.And if you need help finding a primary care physician or have questions about Centra Care, call (855) 303-DOCS for more support. You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. McDonald’s Unveils Limited Edition MacCoin to Celebrate 50 Years of the Big Mac The Collectable MacCoin is First Fully Food-Backed Global Currency To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Big Mac, McDonald’s unveiled the MacCoin, a limited edition global currency* backed by the internationally iconic Big Mac that fans in Central Florida and across the world can get their hands on starting today. Beginning at lunchtime on August 2, customers can receive a MacCoin with the purchase of a Big Mac at 14,000 participating restaurants across the U.S., while supplies last. Starting on August 3 through December 2018, customers can redeem their MacCoin for a free Big Mac at participating McDonald’s restaurants in the U.S. and in more than 50 participating countries.More than 6.2 million MacCoins will be distributed globally in more than 50 countries while supplies last. These commemorative coins feature five unique designs, each representing a decade of the Big Mac. Each MacCoin design pulls in elements from that time in history, nodding to art, music and pop culture, while the front-side of the MacCoin celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Big Mac. The MacCoin highlights:The ‘70s, showcasing the decade’s flower powerThe ‘80s alludes to pop artThe ‘90sare defined with bold, abstract shapesThe early ‘00s specifically focuses on the technology that was at the forefront of the turn of the century.The ‘10s MacCoin calls attention to the evolution of communication.Additionally, the seven languages featured across the various designs represent many of the countries participating: Arabic, English, Indonesian, Mandarin, Portuguese, French and Spanish.The Big Mac has become such a global icon that The Economist even used the price of the Big Mac to create the Big Mac Index, an economic tool that compares the purchasing power of different international currencies year after year. This global connectivity of the Big Mac inspired the creation of the MacCoin.“Since it was introduced at a family-owned McDonald’s restaurant 50 years ago, the Big Mac has traversed the globe and is enjoyed in cities from Shanghai to Chicago, providing delicious, feel good moments to people all over the world,” said McDonald’s President and CEO Steve Easterbrook. “So we wanted a global celebration as unique as the burger itself. The MacCoin transcends currencies to commemorate our global iconic burger while giving customers all over the world a chance to enjoy a Big Mac on us.”“When my great-grandfather Jim Delligatti invented the Big Mac at his grill in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, he just wanted to make his local customers happy,” said Nick Delligatti, fourth-generation McDonald’s owner-operator and great-grandson of Jim Delligatti, the inventor of the Big Mac. “August 2 would have been my great-grandfather’s 100th birthday, and I believe he would be very proud knowing his humble sandwich has made such a lasting impression that people all around the world can enjoy it wherever they find a McDonald’s.”*MacCoin has no cash value and is only redeemable for one free Big Mac at participating McDonald’s restaurants through 2018. Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate August 3, 2018 at 10:59 am 1 COMMENT They better keep the Big Macs coming, as Donald Trump may get more erratic, and more unpredictable, if he doesn’t get his beloved Big Macs! I even got a campaign flier from Democratic Florida Governor candidate, Jeff Greene, with Donald Trump lying back in a chair, pooped out, eyes closed, in his trademark long red tie, and dark suit, with a Big Mac balanced on his knee with a bite out of it….lol. One of my favorite campaign fliers so far to hit my mailbox…… Please enter your comment! TAGS50 yearsBig MacMcDonald’s Previous articleHere’s what you need to know about homework and how to help your childNext articleTraffic Alert: Kelly Park remains closed after two trucks collide Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The Anatomy of Fear You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Mama Mia Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your name here Reply
Mama Mia So soon, too soon, so very soon our children are no longer children. So soon, too soon, they leave home to start families of their own. So soon, too soon, so very soon. So soon, so very soon, they have families of their own. So soon, too soon we say farewell. So soon, altogether too soon… Chaz ej Mama Mia Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter August 4, 2018 at 10:18 pm Mama Mia Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Reply The Anatomy of Fear Reply Reply August 5, 2018 at 5:07 pm charles towne August 5, 2018 at 1:57 pm Reply Thank you very much for the needed prayers, Mr. Towne. Yes, I am definitely suffering, and hurting due to this unexplained swelling, and awful pain around my right outside ankle. I don’t understand it one bit either. I was fine on Thursday, and mowed a lot of grass with my husband. Later that evening, my ankle started hurting, but I could still walk normally. Friday it was worse, and today has been horrible. I have been able to hold onto everything in sight, and drag myself to the bathroom, but have cried out in pain, even the slightest pressure really is so painful. I broke an elbow years ago, and even as painful as that was for weeks, this is worse. I would have already been to the ER at the hospital, but even with good insurance they are just too high. I will try to get to an urgent care, or foot doctor ASAP, hopefully tomorrow, to see what is causing this horrible pain. It feels like the tendons and muscles are pulling away from the bone! I wish I could be carried, but I am too heavy, and old for that, not a little kid, anymore….Thanks once again, for your prayers, Mr. Towne, and for caring about Mama Mia. Don Lindsey is a follower of Christ, son, husband, father, and a survivor. Originally from Dayton Ohio, and resident of Apopka for six years, Don sees his life as a dedication to his wife, parents, children, and community. Perfect choice of words to sum up my feelings of watching my kids grow. Thanks for the comment Chuck and God bless.D.L Reply Thank you too very much for the prayers, Donnie. I appreciate the blessings from you and Mr. Towne more than you two will ever know. So sorry to hear about your rough week and have you in prayer. Thanks for the comment and God bless! Back to School 2018InspirationBy Don Lindsey“Up in the morning and out to school, the teacher is teaching the golden rule…”This opening line of one of my favorite Chuck Berry songs (titled “School Days”) has been playing in my head all week as we’ve started to wind up our back to school prep for the kids. For their part, all three of my children have been grumbling and dreading the start of the school year as you would expect. They’ve enjoyed the summer break and are getting the most out of the remaining week that they have left of relaxation. What’s surprising to me is that while most parents are ready for their kids to start back, I’m finding that I am not as excited. I’ve enjoyed my time with the little parasites this summer and will miss their presence around the house during the day.And while there is a lot of angst about starting school around my house, there is also a sense of excitement. On Thursday, I took my daughter to pick up her laptop and get a glimpse of her new school. She’s moving into middle school this year and is ready to get back to her friends. After dropping off her laptop at the house, we ventured out to Wendy’s where we had a meal and talked about what she might expect now that she’s moving into the sixth grade. It’s conversations such as these that make me torn between wanting my kids to stay kids while also being proud of the young adults that they are becoming.On Friday, I got to walk down to Wekiva High School with my son Kyle who will be a freshman this year to pick up his laptop. He seemed unfazed by the prospect of starting his first year of high school, but I couldn’t help but be a little bit excited for him. We went at the perfect time and were able to get in and out. After our walk back home, we got into the truck and drove to Wendy’s as I did with his sister the day before where we ran into one of Kyle’s oldest friends and his family. As we all ate and talked, I paid attention to my son’s mannerisms and again felt that feeling of pride in Kyle for being the intelligent young man that he is. I also found myself wishing that he was the same inquisitive little 8-year-old that I met almost seven years ago.Wanting them to stay little children seems to be a theme for me as of late. Our oldest son will be starting his junior year and keeps amazing me more and more every year with how much he accomplishes while also dealing with Asperger’s syndrome. With him turning 18 next month, I can’t figure out where the time has gone.When I first came into the lives of my kids, I was told over and over that there wasn’t a manual for parenting. You had to just figure it out as it happened. I thought that meant discipline and tough conversations. Turns out it also meant trying to figure out how to let go of your child’s youth while also admiring who they are as people. I’ve learned a lot about parenting through trial and error over the last few years and have a lot more to learn I’m sure.The next lyric in the song I quoted at the beginning of this column is “American history and practical math, you study them hard, hoping to pass.” While my children are learning school subjects this year, I’ll be trying to learn how to appreciate the present and focus on being grateful for the honor of being in the lives of these three wonderful souls. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Donnie, it has been really crappy for me the last few days. Thursday evening my ankle started hurting so badly I could hardly stand it. Friday, it was worse, and it hasn’t gotten any better since then. The thing of it is, I have not had any injury to my ankle, lately, and I have not twisted my ankle, bumped it, nothing……yet it is swollen,, and extremely tender, and I can’t hardly walk, period. Especially to put pressure down on it. I walk like a crippled person, since this ankle got inflamed, and now I am going to have to go see a foot doctor, this week sometime. I have a big bone spur on the back of my heel, but that is not it, I don’t think, as it has been there for years. I am mystified as to what has happened to my ankle, and then also, I found out my credit card had been compromised, and a bunch of big charges I didn’t charge, had been charged, and I had to call the credit card company to get it straightened out. I am not a happy camper right now. I told my husband, my ankle is actually making me physically sick, and I am not kidding. August 5, 2018 at 1:30 pm charles towne Reply Where isthelittleGirl I Carried? Where is the Little girl at Play? Sun Rise Sun Set. Reply Reply August 5, 2018 at 5:09 pm August 5, 2018 at 9:54 pm Mama Mia Reply 10 COMMENTS August 5, 2018 at 9:58 pm Don Lindsey Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Mama Mia Donnie, I wish I could be happy about school starting back up, but I am not. When school is in session, there are constant problems on our street, by the high school skippers, coming across the fence that runs parallel to the high school parking lot, and they cross through, or over the fence, go into the resident’s backyards, and hang out while the home’s residents are working. They usually wait until they see their good buddies drive down our street, that they called, and they run out really fast and hop in the cars and they are gone, off the get fast food, and then come back, and run through the resident’s yards once again, and head back with bags of food, across the high school parking lot, that is if they do come back at all. Yes, there are school resource officers at the high school, but they never catch them, on this street. I have called the APD to report them hanging out at the back of my neighbor’s home, while they are at work, and by the time the dispatch asks me a thousand questions, and the APD is sent, they are long gone, either hiding in the nearby woods,, or either have flagged down and caught a ride by their numerous good buddies in cars, heading down Martin St. I truly don’t think they want to catch those arrogant high school kids, skipping school, if you ask me, IMO, otherwise they would watch the parking lot more! I plan on writing the new principal of the high school a letter, so at least, he will know what they are up to. I bet your kids aren’t like that, Donnie, they probably were taught better, and taught respect, I am certain. You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Reply August 7, 2018 at 3:01 pm August 7, 2018 at 9:58 pm TAGSDon LindseyInspiration Previous articleWill tomorrow’s world be in good hands?Next article27 questions to inspire you today… and every day Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Dear Mama Mia, I am going to be lifting you up in prayer dear lady. I am so sorry that you are hurting. Dear God please bless this dear lady that we know as “Mama Mia”, You know her and you know what she needs. I know that you love her and are moved by her frustration. Help each of us to be what you call us to be. I love you Father and I ask this in Jesus’ blessed name. Amen Don Lindsey Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here August 5, 2018 at 8:18 pm Mystery solved. I finally got an appointment to see a foot doctor today, and first he did an x-ray, and did not see any fractured bones, and that the heel bone spur I have had a long time, did not break off. He then probed around on my foot all over, and I was in real pain, and in tears. I told him I could not put weight on my foot, and that it was making me sick with pain. He did an ultrasound, and found the problem. His diagnosis was a spontaneous rupture of tendons, and other synovitis and tenosynovitis, right ankle and foot. He showed me on the ultrasound all the dark areas, was the swelling, and then he showed me exactly the tears of the tendons from the ruptures. He even said he hurt just looking at the ultrasound,, and that no wonder I was in such pain. I got a cortisone shot, pain pills, strong anti-inflammatory pills, and he wanted me to get a pneumatic walking air boot. That thing was $ 396.00! Insurance paid some, but I still had to pay $155.86 my part! It has a turn valve that you turn it one way and it inflates, and it is really heavy, and he put me in a compression sock to wear with it. I had broken a toe before, and had a light boot then, and it was $40.00 and I thought that was high, but this thing has helped, and I can boot scoot around with it on, without crying out in agony! It probably is the cortisone shot that has really helped. I don’t like them, but sometimes they are necessary. I have to go back to him before the month is up, and I don’t know how long it will take to heal. The boot really does help, but the price is awful! I have gotten a new respect for people with their walking and foot problems, even though I have had my share of things that go wrong with my feet.
Following the success of last year’s first ever Giving Tuesday event in Northern Ireland the call has gone out to charities and fundraisers to mobilise for this year’s event on 1st December.#GivingTuesdayNI was embraced by groups across Northern Ireland in a bid to raise funds, find volunteers and to improve awareness of the charitable work being done by so many people.The #GivingTuesday campaign began as a grassroots movement four years ago in the USA in response to the high volume shopping days of Black Friday (the day after Thanksgiving) and Cyber Monday – the busiest online shopping day of the year.#GivingTuesdayNI is being co-ordinated by Giving Northern Ireland and The Charities Aid Foundation and last year saw a high profile campaign with activity from a range of charities.Sandara Kelso-Robb, Strategic Advisor with Giving Northern Ireland, said at a #GivingTuesdayNI celebration event in East Belfast:“This year we want to make it even better and bigger than before and we’d like people to get in touch and tell us what they are planning to do.”Participants from last year’s event were presented with certificates celebrating their accomplishments. Among them were Disability Action and the National Trust, who played an active part in the event.Clare Sheeran of Disability Action said: Advertisement About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Howard Lake | 11 September 2015 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis More NI groups line up to support Giving Tuesday 22 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis “It was brilliant to be involved with the first ever #GivingTuesdayNI and I would encourage all charities to join in this year. Around Christmas people are so focused on shopping and days like Cyber Monday and Black Friday and it’s nice just to take a little moment and think about giving – whether it’s a donation or giving your time to volunteer.” Tagged with: Giving Tuesday Northern Ireland
Follow the news on Sudan November 25, 2008 – Updated on January 20, 2016 For the good of the country, stop censoring SudanAfrica SudanAfrica News to go further Organisation March 29, 2020 Find out more RSF_en Sudan : Press freedom still in transition a year after Omar al-Bashir’s removal Censorship is useless because it is powerless against reality. What is the point of raids by security agencies on printing presses and newspaper offices? Suppressing reports does not change what you are trying to cover up. A problem is not solved by being masked. Keeping journalists under surveillance, threatening editors and closing newspapers just show the government’s repressive side, expose its weaknesses and create enemies. This is the message that Reporters Without Borders would like to convey to the Sudanese authorities.When we visited Khartoum and El-Fasher in March 2007, we were impressed by the vitality of the Khartoum-based press and the hopes that had been raised by the 2005 peace accord. In a published report entitled “An investigation into a tragedy’s forgotten actors,” we stressed how “active and diverse” Sudan’s media and civil society were, and we condemned the western media’s failure to reflect this important aspect of contemporary Sudan.But current developments are giving us the lie. Khartoum’s privately-owned media are beginning to suffocate and yield to fault-finding security agents who have no place in newspaper offices or their printing presses. Raids and confiscation of issues have been followed by closures or coercive measures by state agencies. All this keeps sabotaging newspapers, forcing them to live in fear and depriving them of significant resources. The journalists themselves can no longer bear this straightjacket, the way they are mistrusted and treated like children by their own government. As if they were responsible for the problems which Sudan is experiencing and which they report to the Sudanese. As if by punishing and harassing them, the government could change any aspect of this reality. It is the readers, not the security agencies, who can best judge and punish a newspaper. All they have to do is stop buying it.The absurd attempt to suppress the reality reported by the Khartoum media resumed on 6 February 2008. It was then that the government secretly decided to restore censorship, an archaic procedure whose disappearance in 2005 was hailed by the entire world. The security agencies began their repressive work on 10 February, eliminating an article from Al-Sahafa. In the days that followed, they prevented Al-Rai al-Shaab from publishing, they interrogated the editors of Al-Ahdaht and Al-Watan at length, they interrogated the editors of Al-Wifaq, Al-Midan, Al-Sudani and Al-Rai al-Aam, and they made nightly visits to Al-Midan’s printing press to have articles removed… The list of incidents has not let up since then.In an attempt to get the country’s rulers to see reason, the staff of Ajras al-Hurriya, Al-Maidan and Al-Rai al-Shaab protested 4 November, few days after an Al-Intibaha journalist was arrested for an article that clearly displeased the authorities.Are the Sudanese any less worried? Is Sudan in less of a crisis? No, the censorship has obviously not helped. The news, if it is true, exists regardless of the newspapers and circulates all the same. That is why Reporters Without Borders urges the Sudanese authorities to lift these absurd and unconstitutional measures that occupy state employees to no purpose and pointlessly punish educated and responsible citizens, both journalists and readers. In the end, censorship renders a greater service to those who thrive in the breeding-ground of rumour and false hope of freedom than to responsible Sudanese who are proud of being able to criticise and of being criticised, proud of being able to face reality with their eyes open. Censorship is pointless, absurd and dangerous. It is time to consign it to a troubled past.By Jean-François Julliard and Léonard Vincent of Reporters Without Borders. Jean-François Julliard is Reporters Without Borders secretary-general. Léonard Vincent is the Paris-based organisation’s head of information. News Help by sharing this information April 10, 2020 Find out more Receive email alerts News News Covid-19 in Africa: RSF joins a coalition of civil society organizations to demand the release of imprisoned journalists on the continent Coronavirus infects press freedom in Africa April 6, 2020 Find out more
News Follow the news on Honduras RSF_en Organisation News Reports to go further HondurasAmericas Receive email alerts RSF begins research into mechanisms for protecting journalists in Latin America Help by sharing this information July 25, 2014 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Three investigative reporters get death threats in Honduras HondurasAmericas 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies May 13, 2021 Find out more RSF’s 2020 Round-up: 50 journalists killed, two-thirds in countries “at peace” Dina Meza, the Reporters Without Borders correspondent in Honduras, is still constantly being threatened despite her repeated requests to the interior ministry for protection. She has written twice to the authorities but neither letter has received a reply.Honduras is ranked 129th out of 180 countries in the 2014 Reporters Without Borders press freedom index. April 27, 2021 Find out more News December 28, 2020 Find out more Reporters Without Borders calls on the Honduran authorities to provide protection to three TV journalists in the northwestern city of San Pedro Sula – Yanina Romero, Carlos Rodríguez and Lourdes Ramírez – who have been getting telephone death threats ever since they reported alleged corruption at a local hospital in early July.The three journalists, who work for KTV, began investigating at Mario Catarino Rivas Hospital after being told about suspicious deaths of patients there. Their report suggested that certain members of the medical staff may have deliberately caused the deaths of patients for the purpose of organ trafficking or commissions from funeral companies.The persons making the threatening calls have identified themselves as doctors or nurses at the hospital, although the hospital’s public relations service has ruled out any possibility that the callers are members of its staff. Several persons have also appeared outside KTV’s premises with an apparently intimidatory intention.“KTV’s staff must be provided with protection as quickly as possible,” said Camille Soulier, the head of the Reporters Without Borders Americas desk. “The authorities must take these threats very seriously so that Romero, Rodríguez and Ramírez do not join the list of 37 journalists killed since the 2009 coup.”“The government must, as a matter of urgency, heed the recommendations of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, which says threatened journalists must be given protection.”The level of threats and harassment to which journalists are exposed continues to be very worrying in Honduras.Ricardo Oviedo, the producer of a current affairs programme called “Frente al pueblo, ante la audiencia” on Canal 27 TV, has also been getting death threats. In Oviedo’s case, the threats have been made live on the air by callers using the programme’s phone-in number.“You’ve understood nothing and if carry on, we’ll have your hide,” one caller said. Oviedo was already forced to flee the country for a while, in 2010.
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Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Advertisement NewsLocal NewsWin cinema ticketsBy Alan Jacques – May 10, 2017 696 Linkedin Facebook TAGScinemacompetitionlimerickOdeon CinemaOdeon LimerickSleepless 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 Print Twitter Previous articleCleric raped boy and burned Limerick pupil’s genitalsNext articleAnother Bella Italia set to open in Castletroy this Summer Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie ODEON Limerick is this week giving away one pair of tickets and two large combo meals for a film of your choice at their cinema at the Castletroy Shopping Centre.To be in with a chance, answer the following question and email your answer to [email protected] by 9am on Monday May 15.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Which of the movies below did Jamie Foxx also star in?A. Miami ViceB. I Am LegendC. Snakes on a Plane Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Email Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash
LimerickNewsWoodie’s Heroes in Limerick raise much needed funds for 4 charities during Covid timesBy Meghann Scully – September 16, 2020 244 Linkedin Facebook WhatsApp Woodie’s Limerick (Ennis Retail centre) store Manager Winnie Coffey ,with Staff Eoin Fox,Shannon Mc Carthy,Noel Mulqueen ,Elaine Long,Cian Moore,Stephen Ryan,Chris Healy and Bridie Nolan .AN impressive €7,004.00 was raised by Woodie’s Limerick during the sixth annual Woodie’s Heroes campaign thanks to the generous donations of the customers, colleagues and suppliers of the DIY, Home and Garden store this summer.It was all in aid of four Irish charities: Down Syndrome Ireland, Cystic Fibrosis Ireland, Autism Assistance Dogs Ireland, and ISPCC Childline.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up This year, the campaign asked the public to help Woodie’s cover 384,400km by counting their steps – the distance from the Earth to the Moon – and it is safe to say they went to infinity and beyond, raising an impressive €340,000 so far nationwide.Woodie’s Limerick (Ennis Retail centre) store Manager Winnie Coffey ,with Staff Eoin Fox,Shannon Mc Carthy,Noel Mulqueen ,Elaine Long,Cian Moore,Stephen Ryan,Chris Healy and Bridie Nolan .This means a whopping €1.84 million has been raised by Woodie’s in the last six years. Donations will continue to roll in up to the end of September.Covid-19 has presented many challenges for everyone especially charities as so many fundraising events were curtailed or cancelled.With the goal of making a real and enduring difference to four children’s charities at this difficult time, Woodie’s colleagues and their customers didn’t let the pandemic disrupt their aim to raise €250,000, generously donating at the till in store and online while upping their step count at home to virtually walk to the moon.With your help Woodie’s have been able to surpass their fundraising targets and make a difference to those most in need.Woodie’s Limerick are so proud of their achievement and efforts to raise €7004.00 which will help change the lives of so many. Woodie’s would also like to offer a huge heartfelt thank you to everyone who has supported the Woodie’s Heroes campaign this year and to the plucky little heroes, their parents and the volunteers from the four charities who represented themselves so well on radio stations across Ireland and in the country’s leading newspapers and magazines.CEO of Woodie’s Declan Ronayne said: “While things are a little different this year for everyone, Woodie’s are so appreciative of the generosity and spirit shown by our colleagues, our loyal customers, and our dedicated suppliers this year for our sixth annual Woodie’s Heroes campaign.“Together we have raised €340,000 for four incredible children’s charities, who routinely do things that are out of this world for those most in need. Thank you to everyone who has helped us ‘walk to the moon’ and raise such vital funds.” he added. Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Email Print Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Previous articleFAI Junior Cup Champions Fairview add Russell QuirkeNext articlePREVIEW: Ballybrown look to defend Minor title against neighbours Mungret in final Meghann Scully Twitter 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 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick