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Altnagelvin fails to meet A&E targets as 30 people a day wait over four…

first_imgNews Pinterest Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Facebook Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Twitter WhatsApp Google+ Altnagelvin fails to meet A&E targets as 30 people a day wait over four hours WhatsAppcenter_img Pinterest By News Highland – August 3, 2011 Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Facebook Previous articlePlanning permission granted for Wastewater Treatment Plant in FalcarraghNext articleWoman details seven hour wait as Altnagelvin fails to meet A&E targets News Highland Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Thousands of people are having to endure lengthy waiting times for treatment at Altnagelvin Hospital’s A&E Department according to new figures published in Stormont.The figures reveal that in the three months between April and June, Altnagelvin failed to meet targets to treat, admit or discharge patients within a four hour time frame.According to the Department of Health, almost 3,000 peoples – nearly 30 every day – had to wait more than four hours to be seen.On today’s Shaun Doherty Show, one of them outlined her experience.Patricia was referred to A&E for a head x-ray by her GP, but left after seven hours without seeing a doctor………….. 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

Intermediate hurling and football titles decided

first_imgA last-gasp point earned Fethard the Tipperary Water Intermediate Football Championship title.Brian Healy scored two minutes into second-half stoppage time to earn the South Tipp club a 1-11 to 2-7 win against Golden-Kilfeacle at Leahy Park, Cashel. Newport are the Tipperary Water Intermediate hurling champions.They defeated Thurles Sarsfields 1-17 to 0-15 in the final, which was played in Dundrum.Their win also means that they return to the senior ranks for the first time since 2005.last_img

North Carolina apologizes for video board spot that trolled Clemson fans during game

first_img Mississippi State’s mascot Bully narrowly avoids disaster vs. Auburn Lots of Clemson fans at UNC game pic.twitter.com/V8GWRyj9Ut— Jay Robbins (@HeelinPa) September 28, 2019The caption suggested one group of fans “thinks that Clemson is in Georgia.” The caption for another group said the fans “can’t name Clemson’s last head coach,” while others think “‘The Fridge’ is just a kitchen appliance,” in reference to former Clemson All-America defensive lineman William Perry’s nickname.The Greenville News notes Cunningham “also has responded to all of the emails he has received so far about the video board spot.”With Saturday’s loss, the Tar Heels fell to 2-3 while the Tigers improved to 5-0. “We regret that it was produced. … We addressed the inappropriateness of the spot with the responsible staff members immediately after it was shown, and we will continue to address this week the breakdown in process that led to it.”During a timeout in UNC’s 21-20 loss to Clemson, several Tigers fans were featured on the video board with accompanying captions, implying Clemson fans were bandwagon fans.  Related News Clemson coach Dabo Swinney on ‘ugly’ win over UNC: ‘We’re not perfect’ Rondale Moore injury update: Purdue star receiver (leg) carted to locker room University of North Carolina athletic director Bubba Cunningham issued an apology to Clemson president James Clements and athletic director Dan Radakovich after the Tar Heels trolled Tigers fans on the video board during Saturday’s game. “We want everyone who comes to Chapel Hill to have a positive experience on our campus — whether they are our supporters or our opponents’ fans, first-time visitors or long-time guests,” Cunningham wrote in a statement (via The Greenville News). “The video board spot featuring Clemson fans on Saturday was not in that spirit.last_img read more

2 jailed for robbing church members

first_imgFormer murder suspect in the Laing Avenue shooting, Negus Lamaizon and his alleged accomplice, Corinth Taylor, made their final court appearance on Wednesday before Magistrate Dylan Bess at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts as their robbery trial closed with a guilty verdict.In April last, the two were arraigned before the court and remanded to prison forJailed: Negus Lamaizonrobbing four church members at gunpoint when they crashed a farewell party on Regent Road in Georgetown. They had denied the allegation and were remanded to prison.On Wednesday, the Magistrate declared that the prosecution had successfully proven its case against the two beyond reasonable doubt.After taking into consideration, several mitigating factors in the circumstances, Magistrate Bess was inclined to deduce some time from the sentence he otherwise would have handed down, considering the length of time spent on remand.Lamaizon was sentenced to four years and two months in jail, while Taylor would serve four years and six months in total.The men were found guilty of robbing Adidre Liverpool, Robin Tibruce, Lester Andrews and Quacy Waldron, of a quantity of jewellery, smartphones and other valuables totalling over $500,000.In a separate incident brought earlier this year, Lamaizon was hauled before theJailed: Corinth Taylorcourts after he was implicated in the murder of Orin Malik David, but was freed by Magistrate Bess after the prosecution’s evidence was ruled to be largely insufficient to commit him to stand trial in the High Court. He was slapped with the robbery charge two weeks after the murder charge was dismissed.The second suspect, Samuel McIntyre also walked away a free man while their alleged accomplices, Jermaine “Smokey” Jeffers and Howard “Spleen” Rambarose were committed by Magistrate Judy Latchman in a separate Preliminary Inquiry (PI) as the prosecution managed to make a prima facie case against them.last_img read more

Search continues for adventurer

first_imgBy Brendan Riley THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MINDEN, Nev. – High above a landscape of canyons and shadows, veteran pilot Jim Herd sees a tiny flash on a mountainside. A mirror? A piece of wreckage? A closer look reveals a prospector’s small mine, the reflection most likely coming from metal fencing or some broken glass. Despite the absence of clues, searchers remain hopeful, knowing that Fossett has a Houdini-like history of escaping from seemingly impossible jams. He has held 116 speed or distance records, including being the first to circle the globe alone in a balloon. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! It was just another false alarm during a week of mysteries and dashed hopes in the search for millionaire adventurer Steve Fossett. The other-worldly terrain of northwestern Nevada has bedeviled the many search crews who have been hunting around the clock since the 63-year-old aviator disappeared on Monday after setting out in a single-engine plane. “When you stare down at the desert long enough, you’ll know it when you see something that doesn’t look normal,” said Herd, guiding his Beechcraft Bonanza toward a barren ridge, its gentle folds looking like a rumpled blanket from 2,000 feet overhead. The skies over the search area – more than 10,000 square miles, or an expanse the size of Massachusetts – have swarmed with aircraft since Fossett was reported missing on a flight to scout out desert locations for his latest adventure, an attempt to set a land-speed record in a jet-propelled car. On Friday, 26 planes and helicopters took off from the search headquarters at the Minden airport. last_img read more

Fishing the North Coast: Humboldt Steelhead Days returns to its roots

first_imgThe ever-evolving Humboldt Steelhead Days — which bills itself as more than just a fishing contest — is entering its fifth year and will continue to host an array of watershed-related activities throughout Humboldt County. The goal of Humboldt Steelhead Days (HSD) is to inspire community awareness, promote river restoration and the recovery of Humboldt’s iconic wild winter steelhead populations. Humboldt’s only annual signature wintertime event, HSD looks to build on its popularity with both …last_img read more

South African wine bottles get ‘smart’

first_img15 September 2011South African website wine.co.za is offering free QR-codes – codes that can be read by smartphones – to local wine estates for use on their bottles, giving consumers quick and easy access to information about the wine on the internet.QR-codes (Quick Response Codes) are a kind of barcode that is printed on a product or label, which can then be photographed and interpreted by a smartphone. They usually contain links to enable easy access to websites, negating the need for consumers to have to type in long addresses or URLs.“By placing a QR-Code on say a back label, a wine producer can supply much more detailed information about their wine, directly to the consumer, at the time of purchase,” wine.co.za said in a statement this week. “In the case of wine.co.za, we have already created a mobi-page for every wine in our extensive database.“This page will present the full technical analysis, tasting notes, accolades, contact details of the producer.”Adding value to marketingAccording to wine.co.za, Wines of South Africa recently requested producers to take a look at QR-Codes as they add huge value to marketing wines, at very low cost, and with the free QR-Codes the cost remains very low.All wine producers need to do is to ensure that their information is kept up to date on wine.co.zaTo check out QR-Codes in action, go to www.wine.co.za/mobi and select a winery name to show a list of wines that wine.co.za has generated QR codes for.Then use your cell phone’s barcode reader to “photograph” that image. A web page will appear on your browser with everything about the chosen wine.Many smartphones come preloaded with QR-code readers. Otherwise, QR-code readers can be downloaded from the native “app” store.SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

Creative Ways to Use Sound Effects + 15 FREE SFX

first_imgCheck out these 3 easy ways you can use SFX to add depth to your next video.Cover image via Shutterstock.The proper use of a single sound can change the entire feel of your production. Your audience might not notice it, but their their viewing experience will be better for it.Let’s have a look at three ways you can use SFX to improve your next project. 1. AtmosphereUse ambient sound to help create an atmosphere. The ambiance is simply the background sounds of your environment, whether it’s a crowd at a football stadium, a chorus of frogs croaking in a swamp, or the low rumble of a thunderstorm. I love watching a film that relies heavily on ambiance and natural sound. It brings me right into the environment. Watch the video tutorial and see how I’ve added several sound effects to help create the atmosphere of the interior of a commercial airliner.2. Logos and GraphicsAgain, the sound effects you choose help to communicate a mood or feel. Just as visuals contribute to branding, so too can audio elements. I’ve just added a text graphic to my airline clip, and I want to use a sound effect to help reveal the graphic. To do this, I’ve simply timed an airplane ding sound to match up with the first frame of the text graphic. I could pull from a wide variety of other travel-related SFX to reveal my main graphic. You can search through a variety of sounds here.3. MovementWhether it’s a character moving through the scene or simply a camera movement, sound effects can add life. From a snap zoom to a swish pan, a punch or a swinging sword, a good sound effect can complement a camera move. In this example, I show a gear-up style sequence wherein I’m prepping a backpack. The short montage includes a rapid-fire edit of close-up shots of the backpack. By adding a few whip and whoosh sound effects, I can make an entertaining sequence.Download 15 Free Ambient SFXLooking for some ambient noise? Here are fifteen free ambient SFX from the extensive PremiumBeat SFX library. Like all our music and SFX, these free ambient tracks are royalty free, and you can use them in commercial or personal projects. Read more about the FREE SFX pack here.DOWNLOAD 15 FREE SFXNeed royalty free music and SFX? PremiumBeat.com has a massive library of exclusive tracks and over 100,000 sound effects. Explore our catalogue.last_img read more