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WATCH: You had one job! Steward fails miserably to stop Rangers pitch invasion

first_imgWhen it looks like a pitch invasion is kicking off, stewards are meant to do their best to stop fans making it onto the field of play.However, they are not all good at their job – and the video above shows maybe the worst stewarding attempt in recent history.When Joe Garner scored a 94th minute winner for Rangers against Partick Thistle, a pitch invasion started – and the steward failed miserably to keep the fans in the stands.Check out the video above to see the hilarious incident…last_img read more

JOB VACANCY: GIBSON & ASSOCIATES SOLICITORS SEEKING TO RECRUIT LEGAL SECRETARY

first_imgGibson & Associates Solicitors are a leading Donegal and Dublin based legal practice are they’re looking to recruit.The firm deals with a broad range of legal areas including Commercial Law, Property, Insolvency, Personal Injury and Litigation.The firm has a strong reputation for delivering high quality advice and excellent results for clients. Due to continued expansion the firm wishes to recruit an experienced Legal Secretary to assist in its Letterkenny Litigation/Conveyancing Department.The ideal candidate would possess experience in both Litigation and Conveyancing, however candidates with strong Litigation or Conveyancing experience only may also apply.This is an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated Legal Secretary to progress in a forward thinking firm.Those interested in being considered should forward CV by post or by email for the attention of Lisa Boyle, Gibson & Associates Solicitors, LK House, Port Road, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal. Email lisa@gibsonandassociates.ie The closing date for applications is Friday the 11th July 2014. JOB VACANCY: GIBSON & ASSOCIATES SOLICITORS SEEKING TO RECRUIT LEGAL SECRETARY was last modified: July 1st, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Gibson Associate SolicitorsjobsLegal SecretarynewsVacancylast_img read more

11 helpful financial tips with Pascal: Don’t do the Ostrich!

first_imgPascal Curran, a Letterkenny based financial advisor and founder of advicefirst.ie, has some financial tips for when we feel like burying our heads (but know deep down, that it’s only making matters muuuuch worse!)Pascal’s got your back!At Advice First Financial we think it’s only right to help our customers, in any way we can, when it comes to helping them to manage their finances – money matters are not black and white, they equate to freedom, security, peace of mind and – it means a lot to get to grips with it all – and not bury our heads! Some tips for taking a deep breath and sorting things out: Plan a household budget:A family budget can help you control your household spending so that you have enough money to pay your bills and cover the basics on an ongoing basis. When starting out to manage your money, it is important to record where you are specifically spending. Record all those little runs to the shop, the cups of coffee, the wee things we don’t realise that are costing us loads in the long-run. You need to understand where you are spending your money before you can take control. Writing it down is empowering and informative. Start an emergency fund:Always have some money put by for unexpected events – we never know what’s around the corner. A rule of thumb is to have at least 3 months’ net salary saved for emergencies. More than just a rainy day fund – this is money that could really solve a bigger problem should it arise and is important to have it saved. Get better value:There are lots of online interactive tools that can helps you compare your spending on household expenses. You can compare costs on mobile phones, broadband, groceries and energy. Using a price comparison app – or just shopping around yourself, can really maximise your budget – and save for what matters. Manage your credit card.Now this is the biggie. Firstly, know that the interest rate on your credit card is huge. Probably more than you think. Check it.. So.You should always aim to clear the balance on your credit card at the end of the month. This should be a must….If you have an outstanding balance. Set up a direct debit. You can choose what percentage you want to pay and thus avoid any unnecessary interest and charges by always paying on time.Check if you can transfer the balance to another provider who is offering a better interest rate, in fact there are a couple of providers offer 0% for a few months on balance transfers. Plan your spending; Make a list and decide what you will use your credit card for to avoid impulse spending.Check your statements; Either over the phone or on-line, reviewing your account regularly will keep you in control of your spending and avoid accidentally going over your credit limit. Get protected: Life insurance is not a luxury:If you have dependents, a life insurance plan is not a luxury, it’s a fundamental need. It helps maintain your family’s regular standard of living if something happened to the main breadwinner. If you have a mortgage you need life cover to help clear the mortgage if you pass away. If you are renting, if you pass away – how will your family afford the rent and the other household bills.We can help you understand your family’s protection needs at Advice First, well worth considering. Get your tax backDid you know that you can potentially claim tax back on many items that you are spending on?! – For example: Medical feesPension and Income Protection plansService charges for refuse collection, sewage disposal or domestic water suppliesFees paid for approved third-level coursesWhy not go to Revenue.ie for a full list of tax reliefs available or contact us at Advice First and we will be happy to put you in touch with our tax advisor. Plan for your retirement:For some of us the state pension won’t start until age 68, so having your own pension plan is vital. You can get full tax relief on the contributions – so you should really make the most of this.We can help you work out what your pension needs are, too. Become a super-saver:With credit still difficult to come by, now may be the time to devise a ‘super-savings’ plan to help you get in the habit of squirreling away as much as you can. So instead of opening just one savings account, you could open several regular savers, each designed to help pay for things like holidays, new car, third level education costs and home improvements. Be smart with your investments:Consider an investment that suits your needs by doing a risk profile test to identify what type of investment is right for you. Generally, best advice is to spread your money across different types of investments and assets. Give your finances a regular check-up:Finally, it’s really important to regularly review your finances with your Financial Advisor, this way you’ll find it easier to keep on top of things. You’ll thank yourself in the short and longer term for taking control with the support of a professional. Arrange a Financial ReviewIt will only take an hour of your time and it will be arranged at a time that suits you. You’ll feel miles better afterwards – knowing that you’ve taken a responsible step in the right direction. Each month Pascal will provide financial advice on the most frequently asked topics – here on Donegal Daily and is looking forward to further breaking down the barriers around financial advice in his renowned experienced and jargon-free way! If you would like to book a no obligations consultation with Pascal, click here or simply call  +353 74 910 39 38 to talk to us today.Follow us on Facebook & Instagram  Advice First Financial Services Ltd trading as Advice First Financial is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.11 helpful financial tips with Pascal: Don’t do the Ostrich! was last modified: May 29th, 2019 by Pascal CurranShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:advice firstbudgetFinancialPascal Curransavingslast_img read more

Prettyshop Hairpiece-Ponytail PRETTYSHOP 2 IN 1 Hair Piece Clip On Pony Tail Extension 14″ OR 18″ Wavy Heat-Resisting Platinumblond # 613 H5-2 : Fab for wedding updo !!

first_imgReally happy with it i loved the colour. It came in about a week too which was very good. Cool hairpiece – the match with my hair colour is perfect. I love the fullness and the natural feel. PRETTYSHOP 2 IN 1 Hair Piece Clip On Pony Tail Extension 14″ OR 18″ Wavy Heat-Resisting Platinumblond # 613 H5-2high quality synthetic heat-resisting (120°C)fibres, which looks like real human hairOne hair piece two styles. 2 IN 1_ Turn over to change the style and Length: 14″ and 18″; Weight: 120gFixed with a butterfly clamp to your own pigtailPerfect for adding volume and length. For glamour, fashion and elegance, and at any occasionsWashable and easy to sue (Other colours and style available in shop) Bought it for a friend, it was perfect. Amazing hairpiece for the price it is brilliant i love it. Love pretty shop hair pieces. Love pretty shop hair pieces, they look and feel so real, not shiny like most, would recommend. You do have to wait abit for them to arrive though. Couldn’t be any easier to attach and it looks natural. I wore the hairpiece for my sons wedding the hairdresser took it off the clip and pinned it over a bump then wove my hair through my own and it looked fabulous. I am sure if you have lots of hair you could wear it as a pony tail but mine is too thin to just clip to the back of my head. Bought it for a friend, it was perfect. Love my hair piece, only thing wrong wit it is that it gets a bit frizzy and i can’t brush it. Fab ideal for a night out good quality and fast delivery impressed. It’s good but the density is less than what i expected from the picture. I just received my hair piece today, and i absolutely love it. I wore it and everyone loved the look and couldn’t tell if it was my own hair, it looks so realistic.I found the perfect colour match and i’m thrilled with the way it looks. Fantastic everyone thinks it’s my real hair. Fantastic everyone thinks it’s my real hair. Wrong colour for me , too bright. Nice hair but to bright for my hair. I just received my hair piece today, and i absolutely love it. I wore it and everyone loved the look and couldn’t tell if it was my own hair, it looks so realistic.I found the perfect colour match and i’m thrilled with the way it looks. It can get tangled in small buttons at the back of a high neck collar. I’m an aerialist and often look like a troll doll when doing upside-down moves. Bought this for a photoshoot and couldn’t be happier. Stayed perfectly in place and looked beautiful. Colour matched it to my hair by using live pillarbox red and raspberry rebel mixed together on bleached hair. It can get tangled in small buttons at the back of a high neck collar. SummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2017-11-25 00:31:08Reviewed Item PRETTYSHOP 2 IN 1 Hair Piece Clip On Pony Tail Extension 14″ OR 18″ Wavy Heat-Resisting Platinumblond # 613 H5-2Rating 5.0 / 5  stars, based on  43  reviewsPrice£8.99last_img read more

Patna University must compete among 10 best public varsities to get ₹ 10,000 cr. central grant, says Modi

first_imgShatrughan, Yashwant, Lalu absentProminent alumni of the university, local BJP MP Shatrughan Sinha; former Union Finance Minister and senior BJP leader Yashwant Sinha and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad were conspicuously absent from the function.However, while welcoming Mr. Modi to the university, Mr. Shatrughan Sinha tweeted on Saturday “…even I got an invitation, alas very late and with a very short notice…delayed by the more loyal than the King’s people involved in the affair”. So, though “Muhabbat Karne waale kam na honge…Teri mehfil mein lekin hum na honge’… my best wishes”, he tweeted again.However, other prominent alumni of the varsity, Union Ministers Ram Vilas Paswan, Ravi Shankar Prasad, Ashwani Choubey and Upendra Kushwaha, were present on the dais with the Prime Minister, Governor Satya Pal Malik, Mr. Kumar and his deputy Sushil Kumar Modi.In bad shapeEstablished on October 1, 1917, Patna University, was once known as the “Oxford of The East”. But with the passage of time, al its past glory diminished and today it suffers from lack of teachers, staff, infrastructure and fund. “Its in pathetic situation today”, Mr. Shatrughan Sinha had said. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said the Patna University (PU) should compete among the 10 best public universities of the country to get a grant of ₹ 10,000 crore from the central government and become a fully autonomous institution.The Prime Minister was speaking at the university’s centenary celebration function in Patna.Earlier, amid a thunderous applause of the students, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar urged Mr. Modi to grant central university status to the university .Mr. Modi said, “India is nowhere among top 500 universities of the world…my government has put up a challenge to 10 private and 10 public universities to fulfil some criterions fixed by the government to get ₹ 10,000 crore grant in five years and become a fully autonomous institution…Patna University too should take up the challenge and compete for it…it will go beyond its demand for a status of a central university. Patna University should also connect with its glorious list of alumna to regain its past glory…it happens everywhere.”Calls for innovationAddressing the gathering of students, former students, staff and teachers, the Prime Minister also laid emphasis on prioritising “innovation” in universities for the country’s development.“I appeal to the Patna University to be innovative for the problems of your surrounding and compete for start-ups…India has no dearth of talent as it has vast lot of young people”, he said.After the function, the Prime Minister left for Mokama, 100 km from Patna to launch several development projects worth of over ₹ 3,700 crore.PM @narendramodi visiting the Bihar Museum in Patna pic.twitter.com/QfvEKiPlWY— PIB India (@PIB_India) October 14, 2017last_img read more

Last phase of simultaneous polls in Odisha passes off peacefully

first_imgPolling passed off peacefully, barring a few hiccups in the initial hours, in six Lok Sabha and 41 Assembly constituencies in the fourth and the last phase of the simultaneous elections in Odisha on Monday.An average of 66% of voting was recorded in the Parliamentary seats of Mayurbhanj, Balasore, Bhadrak, Jajpur, Kendrapara and Jagatsinghpur till 5 p.m., according to Odisha Chief Electoral Officer Surendra Kumar.While Mayurbhanj recorded a voter turnout of 67% till 5 p.m., Balasore and Jagatsinghpur recorded 64% each, Bhadrak 68%, and Jajpur and Kendrapara 65% each. The percentage may increase since voting was still in progress.3 officials suspendedThree polling officials were suspended for dereliction of duty, Mr. Kumar told journalists. Adequate transport and security arrangements had been put in place to ensure safe return of polling parties to their respective headquarters, he added.Allegations of capturing of several booths by a particular party were also reported from Bari Assembly segment under Jajpur, while people boycotted voting at a few booths under Jajpur, Mayurbhanj, Jagatsinghpur and Kendrapara Lok Sabha constituencies.EVMs’ safetyApart from ensuring security of electronic voting machines, steps were also taken for the safety of the voting machines in view of the impending Cyclone Fani, said Mr. Kumar.The CEO thanked the people of Odisha for the conduct of polling in four phases in the State without any major incident of violence.However, polling remains to be held in Patkura, one of the seven Assembly segments under Kendrapara, on May 19. Polling was adjourned following death of the BJD candidate.last_img read more