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Funding approved for further CCTV schemes in Laois

first_imgHome News Community Funding approved for further CCTV schemes in Laois NewsCommunity RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Twitter The schemes which have been piloted in some areas are deemed to have proved a significant deterrent to criminals and an important asset in the detection and tracking of criminal gangs.SEE ALSO – Dog owners are warned that sheep kills are no laughing matter Pinterest Facebook Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory Pinterest GAA Facebook Funding approved for further CCTV schemes in Laoiscenter_img Previous articleIt’s the most wonderful time of the year … but, not for everyoneNext articleFinline Furniture annual 3-day sale returns this weekend LaoisToday Reporter TAGSCCTVMinister Charlie Flanagan Two further Laois community groups have been approved for CCTV schemes this week.The Woodenbridge Community District and the Donaghmore Community Alert have both been approved by the Department of Justice.This follows on from an earlier annoucement this week that funding had been granted for a project in Mountmellick.“The grant is 60% of total costs with the community having the matching funding for the residual balance,” said Minister Charlie Flanagan who has responsibility for this area.“In addition, a once off maintenance grant of €5,000 has been approved.”The hard-working communities in these areas have been campaigning strongly for support in recent years.At the recent Joint Policing Commission meeting in October, it was explained that a number of outstanding issues – including GDPR and Garda authorisation – in relation to the rollout of these schemes had been resolved.The local authority had been working in tandem with the Gardai and the Laois Federation of Community Alert schemes to resolve those matters. By LaoisToday Reporter – 20th December 2019 GAA Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results Twitter GAA WhatsApp 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshinlast_img read more

Mauritius to develop contigency plan to extract remaining oil spill

first_imgSea life around Mauritius dying as Japanese tanker oil spill spreads Japan to send team to Mauritius to assist in oil spill Mauritius seeks compensation as oil spill cleanup continuescenter_img Volunteers take part in the clean up operation in Mahebourg, Mauritius Wednesday Aug. 12, 2020 surrounding the oil spill from the MV Wakashio, a bulk carrier ship that recently ran aground off the southeast coast of Mauritius. Anxious residents of this Indian Ocean island nation have stuffed fabric sacks with sugar cane leaves in an effort to stop the oil spill from reaching their shores. (AP Photo/Beekash Roopun-L’express Maurice) Police and Fire personnel take part in the clean up operation in Mahebourg, Mauritius, Wednesday Aug. 12, 2020, surrounding the oil spill from the MV Wakashio, a bulk carrier ship that recently ran aground off the southeast coast of Mauritius. Anxious residents of this Indian Ocean island nation have stuffed fabric sacks with sugar cane leaves in an effort to stop the oil spill from reaching their shores. (AP Photo/Beekash Roopun-L’express Maurice)The Mauritius government has now activated its National Oil spill contingency plan. While speaking during a live TV update, CGTN Correspondent Liu Feifei noted that Mauritius Vice Prime Minister together with a team of stakeholders ranging from the police commissioner, among many other government agencies such as the  National Coast Guard, France Reunion island and expertise from the Chinese embassy is set to draft a proposal that will manage the emergency going forward.According to Feifei, the Mauritius contingency plan covered for 100 tonnes however the oil spill by MV Wakashio which was believed to be carrying around 3000 tonnes outnumbered the plan.The operation has been a race against time, she added, amid fears that the MV Wakashio would break up.‘’Mauritius is on a state of high alert, the new development is that the ship is on the verge of breaking’’, Said Feifei during the live TV updateAs of today, what is remaining is around 1500 tonnes of oil set to be pumped out from the ship’s fuel reservoirs.‘’The reason that amount is still remaining is that it is hard for the salvage people to reach that area, however, the team has managed to extract some of the toxic items that were in the ship’’, added FeifeiThere is a high deployment of police in the area as helicopters are hovering around to help with the extraction of small amounts of oil.Meanwhile the oil spill has been termed as a grave crisis that could lead to a loss of biodiversity.Relatedlast_img read more

Scolari says Brazil improving at the right pace

first_imgFollowing a 4-0 win over Panama in its second-to-last warmup, Scolari said adjustments still need to be made, but he feels his team is on track to being ready for the opener against Croatia in eight days.Scolari said he was “still worried,” but not as much as he was a few days ago when the team came together to finish off its preparations. He was confident that if the team continues getting better like this, it will arrive at the opener in good condition.Brazil’s final warmup is on Friday against Serbia in Sao Paulo.“We have to continue improving at this pace until the game against Serbia and then again until the game against Croatia,” he said.Brazil struggled early against Panama on Tuesday, prompting jeers from fans at Serra Dourada Stadium. The team improved after Neymar opened the scoring from a free kick in the 26th minute and then cruised to victory.Scolari said one of the reasons he picked Panama as its first opponent before the World Cup was because he knew his team wouldn’t be fully ready to face a better squad at this point.“It’s all going according to plan if you take into consideration that we haven’t played together in more than three months, and only had seven days to prepare. The players know they are not ready,” he said. “We weren’t ready to face a stronger opponent right now.”Against Serbia, Scolari will welcome back captain Thiago Silva, who stayed at the training camp outside Rio de Janeiro to improve his fitness. Midfielders Paulinho and Fernandinho also didn’t play on Tuesday, but they will also be available on Friday, when Scolari will use all of his usual starters.The coach’s concerns began after training on Sunday. He was visibly upset because he felt the players were not displaying the same attitude they showed in recent friendlies and when they won the Confederations Cup last year.“I’m still concerned, but not as much as I was on Sunday,” he said. “Against Panama I saw a little bit more of the same things that I saw during the Confederations Cup and the friendlies. There’s still room for improvement.”Brazil has won 14 of its last 15 matches, but Scolari said that won’t mean a thing if the team doesn’t win the World Cup.“That streak is nice, but we need to win eight more matches, the friendly on Friday and then seven more,” he said. “It’s the only way we can make history.”___Tales Azzoni on Twitter: http://twitter.com/tazzonilast_img read more