Previous articleThe Crushed Bull – National Prison Art Exhibition at Sarsfield StreetNext articleMayor vetoes comments on noise interference admin Print Advertisement Facebook Email AN €85 million green energy plant is one step closer to being secured for the outskirts of Shannon town. An application for connection to the national grid has been completed and members of Clare County Council have voted through a motion to zone the proposed site for green industry. Carbon Sole, a wood burning, heat and electricity generating company applied for planning permission to build on the site in Stonehall, in close proximity to the current Aerospace premises.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up An amendment put forward by parents and residents in the Stonehall, Shannon and Newmarket areas, with the assistance of Cllr Gerry Flynn, proposed that the E3 Enterprise zoning be removed from the site, was defeated by 17 votes to 12.Upward of 150 jobs are expected to be created should the plant go ahead, with a further 200 needed for its construction.And while locals are not against the company coming to the region, they are opposed to the proposed location on a green field site.Brian McInerney, chairman of the group formed to fight the proposed rezoning said there was disappointment that attempts at preventing the zoning had failed.“The amendment we had put forward would have seen the site dezoned so it could not be used for industry”, he told the Limerick Post.“We were proactive in trying to prevent that but now we will need to be reactive.Adamant that the rezoning was unnecessary, he said there is an adequate landbank available within the industrial estate, making it unnecessary to move out to the country.“The building is proposed to be up to 45 metres in height, double that of aerospace, and is outside the existing industrial zoned land,” said Mr McInerney.“This is not just a concern of residents in Stonehall but also of the surrounding areas. Nobody is against Carbon Sole per se, just the rezoning”.The company is now awaiting the outcome of its planning application before the next step can be taken. Twitter WhatsApp Linkedin NewsLocal NewsShannon green energy plant one step closerBy admin – April 27, 2012 780
Greensky Bluegrass | House Of Blues New Orleans | Jazz Fest Late Night | 5/6/17 | Photos by Dave Vann Photo: Chad Anderson Load remaining images On Saturday night, jam-grass favorites Greensky Bluegrass made their way to New Orleans on Jazz Fest’s final weekend for a performance as House of Blues New Orleans. Feeding off the potent musical energy in the Big Easy air on the second weekend of the annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, the band pushed through a second set power outage to deliver a fantastic show.After beginning with “Miss September” and “Demons,” the band went into deep improv mode for a nearly 30-minute “All Four” > “Kerosene” segment. After “In Control” and “A Letter to Seymour,” Michigan-based musician Joshua Davis took the stage to lend electric guitar and vocals to performances of “Walking The Dog” and “Last Winter in the Copper Country.” “Burn Them” followed, before a celebratory cover of the Grateful Dead‘s “One More Saturday Night” sung by Anders Beck brought set one to a close.Set two opened with “Broke Mountain Breakdown,” which saw the band push through a power outage, touching on “Bring Out Your Dead” and “Hit Parade Of Love” without microphones before completing the “Breakdown” and heading into “Ain’t No Bread in the Breadbox” once the power came back on. “The Four,” “Run or Die,” and “Room Without A Roof” followed, before the band closed the set with a cover of Traffic‘s “Light Up or Leave Me Alone.”The band came back for the encore with “Past My Prime,” and after leaving to once-again deafening applause, they returned for a second encore with their fan-favorite cover of Bruce Springsteen‘s “Atlantic City,” which resolved into a “Broke Mountain Breakdown” reprise.As always, you can download full audio of the performance now via LIVEDOWNLOADS. You can enjoy a full gallery of photos from Greensky’s New Orleans performance below, courtesy of photographer Chad Anderson.Greensky Bluegrass is back in action on Tuesday and Fort Lauderdale, FL’s Culture Room. For tickets, and full info on upcoming tour dates, head to the band’s website.SETLIST: Greensky Bluegrass | House of Blues New Orleans | New Orleans, LA | 5/6/17 (setlist via livedownloads.com)Set 1: Miss September, Demons, All Four > Kerosene, In Control, A Letter to Seymour, Walking The Dog*, Last Winter in the Copper Country*, Burn Them, One More Saturday NightSet 2: Broke Mountain Breakdown (Bring Out Your Dead, Hit Parade Of Love)^, Ain’t No Bread In The Breadbox, The Four>dRun Or Die, Room Without A Roof, Light Up Or Leave Me AloneEncore: Past My PrimeEncore 2: Atlantic City, Broke Mountain Breakdown (Reprise)*with Joshua Davis^fully acoustic while the power was out Greensky Bluegrass | House Of Blues New Orleans | Jazz Fest Late Night | 5/6/17 | Photos by Chad Anderson Load remaining images
Batesville, In. — Flu season is just around the corner, and it’s important to get vaccinated now to help prevent contracting the influenza virus in the future. The flu can affect everyone differently, but the elderly, young children, pregnant women and people with chronic health conditions are at higher risk for serious flu complications.Symptoms can include a fever, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, muscle or body aches, headaches, chills and fatigue.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) strongly encourages people to get the flu vaccine to reduce their chance of catching the flu. The CDC also advises the following precautions to stop the spread of germs this flu season:Avoid close contact with sick people;While sick, limit contact with others as much as possible to keep from infecting them;If you are sick with a flu-like illness, stay home for at least 24 hours after your fever is gone except to get medical care or for other necessities;Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, and throw the tissue in the trash after you use it;Wash your hands often with soap and water, and if soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand rub;Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth; andClean and disinfect surfaces and objects that may be contaminated with germs like the flu.Click here for a list of clinics providing flu shots.
The speedy and mercurial Musa, who started the match as against bench role in the opening match against Croatia, has a great opportunity to put himself in the record books if his goal is eventually picked as the best.The goal contending to be the best for Russia 2018 was scored in the 75thminute. It was a fine individual effort as the Vice captain of Super Eagles outpaced Icelandâ€™s Kari Arnason before rounding Goalkeeper Hannes Halldorsson who sprawled helplessly on the turf to double Nigeria’s lead in the classic encounter and was eventually voted as the ‘Man of the Match’ and put the country back in contention to qualify from the group which Nigeria later relinquish to Argentina in the last group D match at Saint Petersburg.Musa got himself composed before firing into the net. Itâ€™ was his fourth goal in two World Cup matches having achieved a brace against Argentina at Brazil 2014 thus making him the second African player to score two World Cup braces, after Roger Milla in 1990.It is even still a big surprise that his first goal against Iceland did not make the cut. It was another superb goal good enough for exhibition on television.Musa controlled Victor Mosesâ€™ cross with one touch, setting himself up for an unstoppable half-volley with his second. The huge crowd at the Volgograd Arena rose in salute for the master piece of a goal.Now, Musaâ€™s shortlisted goal is contesting with 17 others scored by notable players like Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Germanyâ€™s Toni Kroos among others.The poll presented by Hyundai will be open for a week till Monday. Nigeria with its huge population can help Musa achieve success by voting for his goal which is listed ninth among the 18.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Femi SolajaSuper Eagles pacy winger, Ahmed Musa, is in contention for the ‘best goal’ of the World Cup finals which was rounded up last Sunday in Moscow.With FIFA’s launch of a poll yesterday to pick the best of the 169 goals scored at the Russia 2018 World Cup, Ahmed Musaâ€™s classy goal, the second against Iceland at Volgograd has been shortlisted among the tournamentâ€™s best 18 goals.