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The one-day strike held on Holy Thursday is believed to have cost Dunnes Stores millions in lost revenue, as it was considered one of the busiest days for the store leading up to Easter and due to the national ban on the sale of alcohol the following day - Good Friday. He warned that the situation will likely escalate into further disputes if management do not address the issues.
He expressed grave concern about the alleged treatment of staff by management since the day of the strike.
He also hit out at the Labour Party for not being more proactive in employment legislation and said it falls upon Labour to introduce legislation to give everyone minimum working hours. Tobin commended the staff from other companies and businesses who supported Dunnes Stores staff on strike. Interested parents can obtain further details on the website www. That said, when contractors were repairing the adjacent collapsed sea wall last year, they planked their site hut on it!
So the County Council has decided shortly to replace the current Harris fencing with green mesh wiring and allow the forces of nature to do the job for free! Cllr LinehanFoley says she will fight to have the balcony retained and seek funding from various quarters. On Good Friday, a large tree fell, blocking the main Old Parish road.
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The tree fell on a bend just before the Church, the cause of this appears to have been rotten roots. Luckily this occurred during the day and not by night as cars travelling may not have seen the tree and an accident was avoided.
Whelan would like to extend her thanks to the local council staff for their rapid response, on Good Friday, when notified of the incident. The road was re-opened in a timely matter and all debris removed. He said the Council will be trying to minimise the loss of parking in Grattan Square and minimise disruption during the work. A meeting was held recently between Chamber representatives and senior engineers with Smarter Travel to discuss the current status of the project. It is understood that the work in Grattan Square will take up to nine months to complete.
The Chamber spokesperson said that at their request, Smarter Travel agreed to bring a representative from Westport to talk about the highs and lows of a similar project there, and the benefits to the area following completion of their project. The spokesperson said the Smarter Travel team will prioritise producing maps highlighting municipal parking to be distributed before work commences in Grattan Square, while temporary signage will identify car parking in advance of the work.
The photographs taken are circa of mid-seventies, and show gridlock from Grattan Square into T. The photographs were taken from two angles on the same occasion. Imagine an ambulance or a fire tender trying to get through this lot? Parallel parking is planned for both sides of the main artery in Grattan Square as part of the Smarter Travel revamp. Forty years on and they have learned nothing!
Delivery trucks coming down Mary Street will have to break the law to enter Main Street because they will not be able to negotiate the proposed roundabout at the bottom of Mary Street. Grattan Square is to be cobbled. Cobbles are incompatible with aged pedestrians, bicycles, wheelchairs and stilettos.
Experience on the quayside, with continuous repair to the trial and error system of cobbling should alert the planners to the folly of this suggestion. Hope the litigation coffers are sufficient to meet demand! In its absurdity, it is like a twoyear-old trying to complete a ten piece Bambi jigsaw with a square piece of Lego! Please, spare us the embarrassment. Why not do something that would lift the commercial life of the town centre?
A large parking sign here would be very visible from the Square, for the benefit of visitors. An electronic counter could be installed and available spaces posted on the main entry roads to the town.
The planners have made no attempt to accommodate the discommoded car parker during construction. Signage is abysmal - by the way, a Town Centre directional sign at the top of Mary Street could prevent visitors coming in the Youghal Road and ending up at the Lookout! All Work is Guaranteed Other services available include: For a free quotation please call Kieran Brennan on: Most of the small businesses in and around the town centre have survived eight years of recession despite the worst efforts of the planners allowing foreign superstores to set up with free car parking on the periphery of the town, who are mopping up most disposable income, which has resulted in the closure of some businesses in the town centre, with the loss of jobs for our townspeople.
What is planned for the Square will exacerbate the situation by firstly disruption during construction and the consequent gridlock which will inevitably drive cus- tomers away from the centre of our town. I appeal to the County Manager to at least act on the comprehensive critique by my colleague, Ms. Audrey Hallahan, and get external qualified people; traffic planners, parking experts, urban architects and above all, someone who could evaluate the consequential economic impact of the town centre.
Walsh Main Street, Dungarvan. R, Ballinameela, Dungarvan tel: The 77th direct successor to St. Carthage himself, who founded the Monastery of Lismore inBishop Cullinan now takes on responsibility for the spiritual welfare of themembers of his flock in the Diocese in 44, Catholic households.
He will be assisted by the eighty-five Diocesan Priests, as well as the sixteen who are retired and five who minister elsewhere. He will also maintain a good relationship with twenty-three Religious Orders who have a presence and a ministry in the Diocese in sixty-one religious residences. Bishop Cullinan is the fifteenth Bishop to be consecrated in the Waterford Cathedral. Along with the obvious joy of the occasion, there was a solemnity to the ceremony which is centuries old and which brought the Papal presence into the seat of the new Bishop through the reading of the Papal Mandate received from Pope Francis himself.
No more than in any other walk of life, the tasks and duties of a Catholic Prelate are not getting easier and, while he may have new methods of communication to assist in his promulgating the Holy Gospel, these aids alone present many problems and challenges to the Christian in the present age.
Bishop Cullinan has strong credentials as he takes over responsibility for his new Diocese, having spent a significant time working in the wider world and teaching Incorp.
Munster Industrial Advocate in a Primary School for six years. This is experience which will stand him in good stead, as well as his pastoral work in his parish and as the Chaplain to the Regional Hospital in Limerick. Many will remember his two predecessors, the late Bishop Michael Russell and the recently retired Bishop William Lee, who are both owed a great debt of gratitude.
Both Bishop Lee and Msgr. Now, Bishop Cullinan takes on the role of master and navigator and it will be his responsibility to steer the Diocese and the faithful through the choppy waters which lie ahead as they make their way through the ocean of life.
On behalf of the Faithful of Dungarvan and County Waterford we welcome him and hope that he will have a productive, pleasant and fruitful time among us. While the rain may have slowed the arrival of the early crowds, there were still very good numbers in the streets and Grattan Square during the morning and by early afternoon it was business as usual as the latecomers flocked to the stalls, displays and shops and quickly made up for lost time.
The combination of good weather — eventually — good music at the stage and a comprehensive display of food and ancillary services in the public areas, as well as in halls, shops and offices held the attendees all afternoon. The entertainment which was scheduled to finish at 4.
It was the ideal complementary situation. It was also the most comprehensive programme of entertainment ever, with something to suit all musical tastes and no performer was without an admiring audience. A bookfull of events offered even the most discerning foodies or festival fans a magnificent programme of events from Thursday to Sunday and no local resident or visitor could claim that their particular taste was not catered for.
Visitors were noticeable in the streets from Thursday onwards and, judging by the vehicle registrations, the crowds came from near and far. In anguish over Jean's wedding, he announces that he's leaving the town which would end the miracle, causing Brigadoon to disappear forever into the Highland mists and sprints away.
Suddenly an agonized scream is heard. Harry, who appears to have fallen on a rock and crushed his skull, is found dead by the other men. Deciding not to tell the rest of the town until the next morning, the men carry Harry's body away.
Fiona and her father arrive to see if everything is all right. MacLaren leaves, Tommy sees Fiona, and they embrace. Fiona reminds him that the end of the day is near, and Tommy tells her he wants to stay in Brigadoon with her. They go to find Mr. Meanwhile, in the village, Meg tells about the day her parents were drunkenly married "My Mother's Wedding Day"and the townsfolk dance until the sound of Highland pipes pierces the air.
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The men of Brigadoon help Archie carry his son to the burial place. Tommy finds Jeff and announces his intention to stay. Jeff thinks the idea is absurd and argues with Tommy until he has convinced him that Brigadoon is only a dream. Jeff also reveals that he tripped Harry and accidentally killed him.
Lundie arrive, and Tommy, shaken by Jeff's confession, tells Fiona that he loves her, but he can't stay; he still has doubts "From This Day On". Fiona tells Tommy, as she fades away into darkness, that she will love him forever. Four months later, Jeff is drinking heavily at a hotel bar in New York. Tommy, who has been living on a farm in New Hampshire, enters and greets Jeff.
A seven-year-old, on his sixth start over fences, carrying top weight of 11st 12lb to win, unflustered, by 11 lengths. Perhaps the best indication of this exacting financial scenario is that executives at Churchill Downs, which has hosted the Cup a record six times, indicated through comments in the local Louisville media that they had no desire to do the job again.
The heroic loner who toughed it out from the front. Who, in six of the very best European races, never let another horse lead him. Not even for a stride. In the span of a few weeks, Keeneland, FasigTipton Co. The policies have some teeth.
Buyers can request at the time of purchase that horses be tested for anabolic steroids and, if positive tests are returned, sales can be rescinded within 24 hours.