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New business chief optimistic for region

first_img Previous articleThe expert comment – Neill KellyNext articleAll in place for festive weekend admin WhatsApp NewsLocal NewsNew business chief optimistic for regionBy admin – March 12, 2009 561 Facebook THE PROTECTION of existing jobs, stimulation of investment, an ending to the structure of three local authorities governing the urban area of Limerick and the development of an international logistics hub that would become a major driver of employment in the future, are priority issues for the incoming president of Limerick Chamber, Harry Fehilly, who succeeds outgoing president, Sean Lally.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Mr Fehilly is managing partner of Holmes O’Malley Sexton.Highlighting the need to focus on developing a local industry that can become a world leader, he pointed to the region’s high level of expertise in the area of logistics.“With the deep sea port at Shannon Estuary and the Customs Pre-Clearance at Shannon Airport, there is huge potential for this area to become a key international logistics hub, which would be a major driver of employment in the future,” he said.The new business sector leader said it is imperative to build a competitive city, road infrastructure projects, Shannon Airport and an innovative economy.“Our geography gives us a unique advantage in the area of renewable energy production – we have an abundance of tidal wind, wave and biomass energy resources and it’s imperative that we exploit this advantage to its fullest”.Other priority issues include the completion of the N 18 to Galway and Shannon Airport, as a key driver of investment to the region. Printcenter_img Linkedin Advertisement Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Odds & Ends: Romola Garai Tapped for Young Vic & More

first_imgHere’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Romola Garai & Simon Stephens Tapped for Young Vic London’s buzzy Young Vic theatre has announced its new season. The lineup includes Shakespeare’s Measure For Measure this fall, headlined by recent off-Broadway alum and screen star Romola Garai, and the U.K. premiere of Song From Far Away. The latter is a new play by Simon Stephens, who is currently represented on Broadway by the acclaimed Curious Incident and will be directed by Ivo van Hove. Since the venue’s most recent hits have included A View from the Bridge and Streetcar, we’re definitely hoping to cross the pond to catch these new productions. Larry Kramer & Gay Men’s Health Crisis Make Peace The real-life rift featured in the Tony-winning The Normal Heart (and recent HBO screen adaptation starring Mark Ruffalo and Julia Roberts) is healing. According to The New York Times, playwright Larry Kramer will be honored by Gay Men’s Health Crisis at its annual spring gala on March 23 by establishing a lifetime achievement award in his name. Kramer was instrumental in founding the volunteer AIDS organization in 1981, but he was later ejected for his methods of highlighting the epidemic. View Commentscenter_img Matthew James Thomas Releases New Tune Broadway alum Matthew James Thomas (Pippin, Spider Man: Turn Off The Dark) has released a new song “Days” from his EP No Sound At All. You can check it out here. Watch Martin Short Make the Mother of All Entrances It’s been a long week, so trust It’s Only a Play’s Martin Short to put us in a playful weekend mood. The funnyman stopped by the Late Show with David Letterman on February 5 and parodied Frank Sinatra by singing “Fly Me Through the Room”…while channeling Allison Williams in Peter Pan Live!. Watch below and you’ll be ready for Friday night fun too!last_img read more

Emma Lamison flourishes in 1st season with versatile Syracuse offense

first_img Published on September 23, 2015 at 8:00 pm Contact Liam: [email protected] A year ago, Ange Bradley didn’t know who Emma Lamison was.On Sept. 12, then-No.2 North Carolina lined up for a penalty corner tied with Syracuse 2-2. The insertion skipped up over Tar Heels’ sticks and the Orange was off. Bursting down the field with the ball, Lamison got the ball at the top of the circle and found Emma Russell who shot and scored.The goal gave Syracuse a 3-2 lead and the assist came on a goal that, a year ago, Lamison “most likely” would have scored herself. Last season, the junior forward played at Northeastern, and as the leading scorer for the Huskies, Lamison would have been under pressure to make that play.Now, as a piece in the Syracuse system, Lamison feels free to create for herself — and her teammates.“Her ability to adapt quickly to our system and be open to learning and being able to finish it on the back end (has really impressed),” Bradley said.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textLamison transferred from Northeastern to Syracuse this season because she wanted to be closer to her Liverpool, New York home.After scoring nine goals and tallying eight assists in 39 career games at Northeastern, Lamison has contributed immediately in her first season at SU with five goals and two assists in just her first seven games. The junior hopes to continue to be involved in goal-scoring action when No. 2 Syracuse (7-0, 2-0 Atlantic Coast) squares off against No. 4 Virginia (8-0, 2-0 ACC) at 4 p.m. Friday at J.S. Coyne Stadium.Lamison didn’t have any issues adjusting to her new team, but the change in style of play posed some issues initially. Every practice and game, Lamison becomes more and more accustomed to the quicker play that’s manifested in the ACC.Bradley said her quick hands have helped her earn the most corners on a team that has taken 56 of them.On several occasions against the Tar Heels, Lamison took the ball from the left side of the circle, dribbled in and flicked her stick upward. The ball seemed drawn to North Carolina players, hitting them and earning SU valuable corners, one of which led to a Laura Hurff goal.“She’s a valuable piece of this team already and she’s still just learning the system,” Hurff said. “She’s only going to get better.”As a forward, Lamison finds herself moving more at Syracuse. The emphasis on moving with her teammates up the field and off of cuts isn’t new, but the pieces around her are.At Northeastern, Lamison didn’t have prolific goal-scorers, as her teammates and defenses were able to focus their attention on her. Now, with forwards like Russell playing beside her, Lamison finds herself open in goal-scoring and passing positions.For a team that lost three of its top five scorers from last year, the advantage of adding a dynamic, veteran offensive player has been undeniable, Hurff said. It’s much easier to learn a new system with more movement and new players than for a freshman to begin her college career.Though Bradley didn’t know who she was last year, opponents have certainly taken notice of Lamison’s and Syracuse’s success.“I think that her continued growth in our system is going to be a really big thing that helps Syracuse be in a position in October and November to be where we want to be,” Bradley said. “She’s a big piece and we’re growing together.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

GPL Preview: Tom Strand and Yatsuhashi set for tactical battle as Medeama clash with Hearts

first_imgAfter clinching all maximum point at the expense of New Edubiase on matchday one, Accra Hearts of Oak have another hurdle as they come up against Medeama Sc in the topliner of Match day two of the in the Ghana Premier league.The game will see two expatriates battle for supremacy on a land foreign to them. It is set to be a tactical chess between with Swede Tom Strand and Japanese American Kenichi Yatsuhashi.Hearts of Oaks’ Japanese Coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi is still on a mission to win love and affection of the Phobian faithfuls, having been criticized for lacking the fitting credentials to lead the side.He would certainly cement his place as a club hero should he mastermind a first league win for the Phobians at the T&A Park.However, he faces a daunting task following the injuries of new kid on the block Samudeen Ibrahim and goalkeeper Soulama Abdoulaye – who both failed to recover from their knocks in their opening day victory over New Edubiase.However, there’ll still be the likes of Samuel Yeboah and captain Robin Gnagne to rely on, and the latter in particular will be handed the task of keeping danger man Bernard Ofori at bay. The former Edubiase striker has scored in his two competitive outings for the Yellow and Mauves and will be hoping for a third.The match however will be won in the middle of the pitch where Sarbah Laryea and Mustapha Essuman come up against Kwasi Donsu and Malik Akowuah.Medeama come into the game on the back of their opening day defeat to Ashanti Gold.Strand’s side are yet to succumb to the Accra-based side at Tarkwa since the team metamorphosed from Kessben FC to Medeama SC in 2011.The Tarkwa side boasts of two wins with three others ending in draws out of five home matches against the 20 time league champions Join Sunday Live on the Sports Arena as we see which of these two coaches wins the tactical battle at the T&A park..Eric Asante will be Joy Sports correspondent from Tarkwa.–last_img read more

Melissa Cox, 55, Wichita: Dec. 22, 1958 – Feb. 26, 2014

first_imgMelissa CoxMelissa Joy Cox, of Wichita, died Wednesday, February 26, 2014 at her home in Wichita at the age of 55.Melissa was born the daughter of Walter and Erma (Taylor) Williams on Monday, December 22, 1958 in Kansas City, Missouri. Her parents precede her in death.On October 21, 2000, Melissa and Roy Cox were united in marriage in Wichita. Together they celebrated 13 years of marriage.Melissa will be remembered as an accomplished speaker, writer, talented musician and entertainer that was especially gifted in singing the Blues. She was a member of the Wichita Blues Society. Always civic minded, Melissa was the Chair of the Sumner County Democratic Party and served as a State Delegate. She willingly gave of herself to others in many ways and was a very active Christian whostayed connected to her church. Above all, she was a loving wife, mother and grandmother to all.Survivors include her husband, Roy Cox of Wichita; son, Zechariah Smith of Kansas City, Missouri; daughter, Michelle (Salkil) Laham and her husband Derrik of Wellington; son, James Kessinger of Wellington, grandchildren: Makayla Smith, Jadon Conklin, Aryia Barker and Kellen Laham; brother, Lester Taylor and his wife Jackie of Tulsa, Oklahoma and a sister, Michelle Toledano of Kansas City.Visitation will be held at the funeral home from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m., Monday, March 3, 2014 with family present from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.Funeral services for Melissa will be at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, March 4, 2014 in the First United Methodist Church, Wellington.Interment will follow at the Corzine Cemetery near Corbin.In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established in her loving memory to the Melissa J. Cox Memorial Fund. Contributions can be mailed or left with the funeral home.To share a memory or leave condolences, please visit www.dayfuneralhome.info.Arrangements are by Day Funeral Home & Crematory, Wellington.last_img read more