Neymar speaks out on future after Manchester United transfer link

first_imgManchester United target Neymar says he is happy at Barcelona and is ready to sign a new deal.The Brazil captain was linked with a move to Old Trafford in the summer as Louis van Gaal desperately tried to strengthen his attacking options.United were reportedly prepared to splash out up to £240million to lure the 23-year-old to the Premier League and Neymar has admitted he had ‘conversations’ over a potential move.However, he now insists he has never had any intention of leaving the Nou Camp and is ready to extend his Barca contract beyond 2018.“I am very happy at Barca, and in Barcelona, where I have settled very well,” Neymar told Mundo Deportivo.“I have three more years left on my contract, and my father looks after these things.“Of course [I want to renew], but we’ll talk about that later“My only concern at the moment is to be focused on helping the team and to keep winning trophies at Barca.” 1 Neymar last_img read more

How will the Liverpool look without their top scorer in all competitions?

first_img 5 Liverpool have been dealt another huge blow to their hopes of success this season with the news Danny Ings will miss the rest of the season through injury.The striker made his England debut on Monday and is the Reds’ top scorer in all competitions but now see his first campaign at Anfield cruelly cut short.His absence leaves Jurgen Klopp a little light up top now, but just how will Liverpool look without the hard-working forward?talkSPORT takes a look.1. No Benteke?It’s unlikely Jurgen Klopp will start with two strikers in the team so he could choose to play Daniel Sturridge centrally to chase and harry defenders, ahead of Benteke. This would allow Divock Origi or Adam Lallana to come into the side to play on the flank along with Roberto Firmino on the opposite side. Philippe Coutinho, who usually links well with Sturridge would play in a No.10 role. 5 5 5 3. Coutinho and Sturridge on the flanksHe might not be the normal type of striker Klopp goes for but Christian Benteke could well be his first-choice in a central role. Instead of playing behind the Belgian, Sturridge could find himself out on the right, a position has played before, with Coutinho opposite him on the left and Firmino coming in as a No.10. 2. Sturridge behind BentekeKlopp, if he does choose to start Sturridge and Benteke together, would probably put the English forward in a deeper role. This could see Firmino and Coutinho playing deeper in attacking midfield positions, which would allow Nathaniel Clyne and Alberto Moreno to push forward and provide width. 4. Sturridge on the leftGiven Sturridge’s success against Aston Villa came as he came from the left, Klopp could use the forward in this role going forward. This would allow Benteke to continue as the centre forward, while Firmino could line up on the right with Coutinho as No.10. Liverpool striker Christian Benteke 5 How do you think Liverpool’s forward line will look without Danny Ings, let us know below…last_img read more

Leeds owner Massimo Cellino makes stunning admission

first_img Massimo Cellino 1 Massimo Cellino has risked a further backlash from Leeds supporters by admitting he interfered in first-team matters during the defeat at QPR last weekend.The club’s controversial owner, who has seen off five managers in two years, revealed to the Daily Mirror he went to the away dressing room at half-time of the Championship clash at Loftus Road to tell current boss Steve Evans to make a tactical change.Leeds were drawing the match at the time and went on to lose 1-0, with Charlie Austin scoring the winner with his first touch.Cellino told the Mirror of his tactical switch: “Didn’t work anyway. We lost the game.”The revelation comes as Leeds prepare to stage a walkout during Saturday’s visit of Hull in protest at the Italian’s handling of the club.Supporters will stream out of the Elland Road stands in the 17th minute – a number Cellino has a superstitious dislike of.Cellino is currently fighting a second Football League disqualification for tax evasion, while a string of managerial changes and supporter rows have brought terrace dissent to a head.Having told Leeds Fans United – a supporters group aiming for fan ownership – he would sell them the club, he then changed his mind three days later and said he would not be attending any further matches or contemplating selling the club until the new year.But he was present at QPR and news of his interference will further infuriate supporters of the Championship club.last_img read more


first_imgRegulators might even see the pairing as helping offset Anheuser-Busch’s dominance, Mark Swartzberg, a Stifel Nicolaus analyst, wrote in a research note. Milwaukee-based Miller and Denver- based Molson Coors executives said in a conference call that approval could take six months for the joint venture. A final agreement is expected by Dec. 31, with the deal closing in mid-2008. SABMiller, which brews Miller Lite and Miller Genuine Draft, will have a 58 percent economic interest in the venture, and Molson Coors, maker of Coors and Coors Light, will own 42 percent. But they will have equal voting interests. Precise financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. The move positions the brewers to better compete against Anheuser-Busch, brewer of brands like Budweiser, Michelob and Bud Light, executives said. “It is clear Miller and Coors will be a stronger, more competitive U.S brewer than either company can be on its own,” said Molson Coors CEO Leo Kiely, who will be the new CEO of MillerCoors. Anheuser-Busch declined to comment publicly about the deal. Shares of Molson Coors Brewing Co. hit a 52-week high of $57.68 on the news Tuesday. The stock rose $5.32, or 10.5 percent, to $56.15. SABMiller shares rose 1.43 percent to close at 1,487 pence ($30.33) in London. Anheuser-Busch shares fell 46 cents to $51.57. Pete Coors, vice chairman of Molson Coors, will be chairman of the new company, with Kiely as CEO. Tom Long, CEO of Miller, will be president and chief commercial officer. Under the agreement, the companies said they will conduct all of their U.S. business exclusively through the venture. They project MillerCoors will sell 69 million barrels in the U.S. and reach revenue of $6.6 billion. Anheuser-Busch sold 102.3 million barrels in the U.S. last year and had net revenue of $15.7 billion. Kiely said beer sales and profits industrywide are dwindling due to rising sales of wine, spirits and craft beers. Beer Marketer’s Insights reports overall beer sales were up just over 1 percent last year, while crafts were up 11 percent to 12 percent, imports 7 percent to 8 percent and lights in the low single digits. Dragging the industry down, executive editor Eric Shepard said, is mainstream, nonlight beers, such as Bud, Miller and Coors. The merger has long been expected, he said, but the question is how Miller Lite and Coors Light will keep their own identities. “You have two powerhouse light brands,” he said. “Can they figure out how to do that and not get in each other’s way?” Bud Light is the nation’s top selling light beer, by far, he said, while Miller Lite and Coors Light have long been the second and third, sometimes swapping positions. Consumers won’t notice much difference after the merger, he said, though they can probably expect to see more national marketing campaigns. The company will decide on a location for the new headquarters as integration moves forward executives said, though they promised to keep a presence in Miller’s hometown of Milwaukee and Coors’ headquarters in Golden, Colo. Miller has 6,000 employees and eight breweries and Coors has 4,000 employees and two breweries. Executives on the call estimated the new company would have 10,000 employees and said they do not expect brewery closings.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! By Emily Fredrix THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MILWAUKEE – The nation’s second and third-largest brewers, Miller and Coors, are planning to blend their U.S. operations to help them compete in a struggling U.S. industry and against its leader, Anheuser-Busch. The deal, announced Tuesday, will place almost 80 percent of the U.S. beer market in the hands of just two companies, the new MillerCoors and Anheuser-Busch, making it a likely target for a tough antitrust review. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREChargers go winless in AFC West with season-ending loss in Kansas CityMiller Brewing Co., owned by SABMiller PLC, has about 18 percent of the market, as of last year, according to trade publication Beer Marketer’s Insights. Molson Coors Brewing Co. has almost 11 percent, and Anheuser-Busch Cos. has just less than half the market. The companies said the combination will have to pass an antitrust review by either the Federal Trade Commission or the Department of Justice. Few analysts expect the government to try to block the deal, though, despite close scrutiny by regulators. Supermarkets and restaurants – two large buyers of beer – will play a large role in the review, said Veronica Kayne, an attorney at Haynes & Boone and former FTC antitrust official. But the emergence of many smaller brewers has made the industry more competitive than it was a decade ago, said William MacLeod, an attorney at Kelley Drye Collier Shannon and former antitrust official at the Department of Justice. That makes the transaction “much more feasible” now, he said. last_img read more

Shy ghosts `hide’ from hunters

first_imgPASADENA – As the night crept toward the Witching Hour, a shadowy figure stole across the proscenium of the stage at the Pasadena Playhouse. Maybe it was a trick of the light or too much caffeine. Whatever it was caught the attention of members of the Pasadena Paranormal Research Society when their digital equipment suddenly shut down at the same moment. “We were doing an EVP \ session and I saw it out of the corner of my eye,” said the Society’s resident gearhead, Dennis Liang. “I’m a skeptic. I told them from the start I want to know the truth,” she said. Wielding fistfuls of cool gadgets and colorfully lit sensors, the team’s tech, Liang, is part skeptic and part believer. Hunched over a console, he monitors data as it’s collected from a variety of sensors, including an LCD display streaming video from four digital records mounted in the green room, on stage and in an electrical utility area. They collect data on temperatures, electrical fields, barometric pressure, audio levels, infrared emissions and more. Assistant Director Gil Saldana explained there are two types of entities – “intelligent,” sentient spirits loitering in the afterlife, and residual energy left behind during times of strong emotion. That residual marker could be from nervous actors waiting in the green room or a performer absorbing the rapturous applause of the audience. But their ultimate quarry – the spirit of Brown – failed to heed their pleas to manifest. “Gilmor Brown, send us some kind of sign,” Schultz said from a third floor office where theater staff attribute unexplained phenomena to Brown’s ghost. “We hear you’re quite a prankster.” Not ready to entirely give up the ghost, Saldana offered a theory on why Brown didn’t appear. Just like they can drain power from cameras, he said, some spirits require energy to manifest. “I’m of the opinion any activity here is going to be much higher when there is a show going on and an audience to create energy,” he said. [email protected] (626) 578-6300, Ext. 4444 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre It was an unusual late night show for the 90-year-old theater when a dozen investigators with the team converged recently to search for spirits and attempt to contact the mischievous ghost of its long-departed founder, Gilmor Brown. Investigating the Playhouse was an opportunity Society Director Syd Schultz said his team couldn’t pass up. “Most often we do private investigations of peoples’ homes. It’s not every day you can delve into a site so rich in history,” Schultz said. With the theater’s blessing, the team’s work was captured by a local filmmaker who is making a documentary about the history of the theater. Melinda Cole, a licensed private investigator, had no interest in the paranormal until she had to deal with what she described as her own personal poltergeist experience at home. last_img read more

Water funding clogged: Politics, red tape slow spending of 2006 bonds

first_imgIn the special session, Schwarzenegger is asking lawmakers to place an additional $10 billion in water bonds on the 2008 ballot. But that proposal has stalled in the Legislature as Democrats dispute the need to spend billions of dollars on additional dam- and water-storage projects. Compromise offered Schwarzenegger has recently offered to compromise by cutting about $1.5billion from his original proposal for water storage, but Democrats have not responded. “California voters have approved more than $14billion in bonds to address water and environmental issues in the last 10 years,” Schwarzenegger said. “Billions of dollars were directly aimed at projects designed to address the crisis in the delta. “Yet the delta is in worse shape today than it was a decade ago. Throwing more money at the problem without addressing the fundamental issues to fix the delta will only allow the crisis to worsen.” Schwarzenegger said that with the risk of water rationing and rate increases on the horizon across the state, quick action is needed. But Perata said he is frustrated that the governor’s veto has stalled spending of previous bonds. “I was very upset and I still, to this moment, do not understand why you ask voters to give approval to spend money to protect their water system, which we did with Prop. 1E, and then when we want to appropriate the money, he vetoes the bill,” Perata said. “I don’t know how you go back to the voters and say: Give us more authority.” Mark Cowin, deputy director for regional water planning and management at the state Department of Water Resources, said several factors have stalled allocation of water-bond money. “I’m sure many are as frustrated as we are that we can’t move on these projects quicker,” Cowin said. Cowin said disagreements have arisen with the Legislature over spelling out how to spend the money. And he said once the Legislature passes appropriations, and the governor signs them, the department has to draft guidelines on how the money can be distributed. Often it is spent through a competitive-grant process, meaning the department first has to draft guidelines for local agencies seeking the money. Then, the actual grant process itself takes time. Proposition 84 was designed to provide $5.4 billion in bonds to fund water quality, flood control and resource protection projects; Proposition 1E was to provide $4.1billion for flood control and water supply projects. But so far, just about $588 million from Proposition 1E has been committed to specific projects; and just $1.7 billion from Proposition 84. Barbara O’Connor, director of the Institute for the Study of Politics and the Media at California State University, Sacramento, said voters may have a difficult time approving additional water bonds. O’Connor said she has talked to several water agency officials who are concerned that the funds are “languishing.” H.D. Palmer, a spokesman for the governor’s Department of Finance, said he does not believe that spending on water projects has been slow. He said the governor already provided about $400 million in the 2007-08 general fund to jump-start flood-control projects rather than waiting for bond funds. “We didn’t want to wait for another potential flood season to get that work done,” Palmer said. But the debate over additional water bonds comes as many water agencies are struggling with dry conditions and looking ahead to an increasingly difficult future. With traditional supplies hit by drought and strained by growing populations, most water agencies are focused on increasing conservation rather than developing new sources of imported water. Drought and federal restrictions have severely limited the amount of water Southern California can access from the Colorado River, while the snowpack in the Sierras is far below normal this year. Also, a court decision aimed at protecting the endangered delta smelt has restricted the amount of water that can be pumped through the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. The Metropolitan Water District now serves about 18million people in Southern California and expects to serve about 25million by 2030. But the district is not anticipating importing any more water from outside sources. Instead, it is hoping to serve those additional 7million people with roughly the same amount of imported water – through increased efforts at conservation, efficiency and reclamation. Eventually, there may also be the need for forced rationing measures and a likely increase in water rates. Similarly, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has increasingly relied on conservation measures to supply a growing population. The DWP increased its reliance on the MWD this year because of the shrinking Sierra snowpack, but also has significant supplies of groundwater in the San Fernando Valley. Despite serving an additional 1 million customers, Los Angeles uses about the same amount of water as it did 25 years ago, thanks to conservation measures, said DWP spokesman Joe Ramallo. But if the Sierra snowpack does not improve this winter, the DWP might look toward prohibiting more types of water uses. Timothy Quinn, executive director of the Association of California Water Agencies, said he is satisfied with how the state has been allocating funds. The state water supply is not in a desperate situation, he said, though it is getting closer. “Water managers in Southern California are sitting on top of several million acre-feet of stored water,” Quinn said. “From a myopic perspective, their canoe is not going over the waterfall just yet. On the other hand, the canoe is at a very fast current and the waterfall is visible.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SACRAMENTO – While California voters approved $9.5 billion in bonds to improve the state’s water infrastructure last year, little of that money has been allocated despite a lengthy drought and growing strains on the system. Political infighting and bureaucratic red tape have slowed spending of the 2006 water bonds, even as state lawmakers and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger consider asking voters for billions of dollars in additional water bonds on next year’s ballot. Only about 14 percent of the Proposition 1E water bond approved by voters last year – and about one-third of the Proposition 84 water bond – have been committed to specific projects. And within Proposition 84, only about 9 percent of the funds dedicated specifically to water quality and supply projects – as opposed to flood control – have been committed. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre “A lot of (Southern California water agencies) are very hopeful that Proposition 84 will result in money for local projects, but so far we’re still waiting for some of the legislation,” said Jeff Kightlinger, CEO of the Metropolitan Water District. “It’s been a little slow getting Prop. 84 dollars out the door.” By comparison, more than 40 percent of the transportation-bond dollars approved on the same November 2006 ballot has already been allocated. Last month, Schwarzenegger vetoed a bill by Senate President Pro Tem Don Perata, D-Oakland, that would have directed spending $611 million from last year’s water bonds. In his veto, the governor said he wanted to wait until a more comprehensive solution to the state’s water crisis is crafted during the current special legislative session. last_img read more

Magnet program proves its worth with sixth-graders

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat Kings“But we decided as a leadership team that we should at least explore this possibility,” Guerrero said. “And last year everything actually came together – there was an extra classroom available and it all worked out. “It’s been amazing,” Guerrero added. “The kids blow me away every day. They’re funny and articulate and intelligent, and there are 37 of them – that’s huge!” But it’s far from a bed of roses for those in the magnet program, says director/teacher Angela Togia. To get into the class, the student had to agree to maintain excellent attendance and be on their best behavior. Even parents promised to be involved and volunteer at school. “We want to create scholars,” Togia said. “We’re trying to provide a comfortable environment during this transitional time in our students’ lives. “We want them to be comfortable to make mistakes and learn,” she said. Already, the students have read “Farewell to Manzanar” and were visited by a former detainee of a Japanese internment camp, then visited the Japanese museum and learned to make wooden blocks. As part of the arts portion of the program, some of the students have been in the Steel Pan Ensemble at Norwalk High for a couple of years, Guerrero said – and they will continue to do so. “That’s the part I love – being able to be in the steel-pan band,” said Christian Manriquez, 11. “I like being here with my friends, and I’m really into music, so it’s a good thing for me.” Last week, the students were able to participate in “Estrella,” a bilingual opera performed at the school by the Guild Opera Company. Aside from the arts, the students will also learn computer programs like GarageBand, iMovie, iPhoto and PowerPoint. Starting in January, Guerrero said officials will begin evaluating the magnet program to determine its effectiveness and whether it should continue. “I’m just so grateful to the parents who have entrusted their children to us for this experience,” Guerrero said. “And every teacher in this school is invested in having this be a success, so the whole school acts as a support.” [email protected] (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3051 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! NORWALK – They’ve been in class for nearly three months now, and already they’ve performed in an opera, visited the Japanese American National Museum and played in a steel-pan band at nearby Norwalk High School. Before the school year is over, they will have snorkeled and scuba-dived as part of Marine Science Adventure Camp on Catalina Island, visited the Bowers Museum to view a mummy exhibit as part of a lesson on Egypt, and been given a chance to take up the keyboard, drums, guitar or violin. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg for the new sixth-grade arts and technology magnet pilot program at Morrison Elementary School. For years, says Principal Marsha Guerrero, parents have asked for a program to keep their children at Morrison for their sixth-grade year, even though the school only goes up to fifth grade. last_img read more

Economy up at best pace in four years

first_imgThe median sales price of a new home fell to $217,800 in October. That is down 13 percent from a year ago, marking the biggest annual decline in prices since September 1970. The median price is where half sell for more and half for less. In October, sales rose in all parts of the country, except for the West, where they tumbled 15.7 percent from the prior month. The slight increase in monthly sales nationwide didn’t change the grim housing outlook. And, the big pickup in GDP didn’t change the picture forming in the current October-to-December quarter. That scenario is somewhat grim, with indications the economy will lose considerable steam. Growth is expected to slow to a pace of just 1.5 percent or less in the final three months of this year. On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrials extended a two-day rally, stoked by the hope the Federal Reserve will lower interest rates again. The index gained 22.28 points to close at 13,311.73. GDP is the value of all goods and services produced within the United States and is the best measure of the country’s economic health. The economy barreled ahead in the summer, growing at a 4.9 percent pace. The performance was the strongest in four years but isn’t expected to last through the current quarter amid the housing slump and credit crunch. Sales of new homes edged up in October, but sales activity still hovered near an 11-year low. The Commerce Department’s new reading of the gross domestic product from July through September, released Thursday, was even better than the government’s initial estimate of a brisk 3.9 percent growth rate for the period. Stronger U.S. exports to overseas buyers and more inventory investment by businesses were the main reasons for the improvement. A second report from the department showed that new-home sales increased 1.7 percent in October from September. That left sales at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 728,000. Even with the nudge up, sales have plunged 23.5 percent during the past 12 months. In September alone, sales dropped to a pace of 716,000, the lowest since 1996. The upgraded GDP figure for the third quarter matched economists’ forecasts. The strong showing suggested the economy was resilient even as the housing market plunged deeper into turmoil and credit problems intensified. Federal Reserve officials and other economists – looking at fresher barometers of economic activity – have warned that the economy is in for a rough patch. In another report, the number of new people signing up for jobless benefits last week jumped sharply, suggesting employment conditions are softening as national economic activity slows. The Labor Department reported that new applications filed for unemployment insurance mushroomed by a seasonally adjusted 23,000 to 352,000. It was the highest level since Feb. 10. There have been signs in recent weeks that the housing and credit problems are affecting the behavior of consumers and businesses alike.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


first_imgTHIS is stark end facing Irish seals – if some Donegal fishermen get their way.In recent weeks there has been a growing number of calls for a seal cull along the Irish coast, with some fishermen in Killybegs claiming there are now too many of them.But environmental campaigners have now hit back, saying any change in the law should be opposed. And one tour operator in Kerry says Donegal should cherish the mammals as they can attract tourists to the county.Captain Raymond Ross has been running eco cruises and seal-watching trips in Kenmare Bay, Co Kerry, since 1993.He is furious at the very suggestion that there should be a seal cull.Raymond told us: “I am against this and people who care about our wildlife will be against this. “Every time there is a drop in the number of fish being caught by fishermen, the seals get the blame. They always get the blame.“No-one questions the fishermen themselves or other factors. No-one looks at over-fishing.”The Kerry man, who takes up to 100 tourists at a time on his two-hour trips aboard his Seafari cruiser, revealed that seals are already being killed off along our coasts.“I have heard of incidents where people go out and shoot seals just for the craic,” he revealed.“The real shame is that they do attract tourists and we should be protecting our seal population. They should be used a lot more,” he said. His words will not be lost on the operators of the Donegal Bay waterbus – where tourists look forward to seeing seals in the bay.The Irish Seal Sanctuary actively campaigns to save our seal population – last estimated at less than 10,000.The Co Wexford based organisation says it has studied all government reports and data since 1960 and there is no scientific support for culls.“The problem and challenge to fisheries scientists, politicians and the fishing community is to face up to the internationally acknowledged problem of over-fishing,” said a spokesman. “The take over of the fishing industry by large business corporations and the displacement and systematic depopulation of previously sustainable fishing communities is the issue.“This policy is E.U. driven, assisted by our own National and local politicians, and divisions within the ranks of the fishing community itself, where larger more unscrupulous operators are fishing smaller operators out of business.”The ISS also claimed that while quotas were set at €700M, Irish fisheries take more than twice that from the waters off the Irish coasts.One of those leading the debate for a possible cull is Fine Gael TD Joe McHugh from Donegal.He claimed a review of legislation protecting seals was required in addition to an investigation into possible breeding controls.“If we have humane annual deer culls on this island, we should open a debate on having a humane seal cull,” he said in an interview.CONSERVATIONIST HITS OUT AT CALLS FOR DONEGAL SEAL CULL was last modified: February 7th, 2011 by gregShare 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)last_img read more


first_imgArena 7 management are looking to recruit TWO Chef de Partie to work in their award winning restaurant.Arena 7 are currently attempting to recruit TWO Chef de Partie for their restaurant which caters for a high volume of customers. Successful applicants would find themselves working in a busy kitchen which requires a high level of service, quality daily food preparation and the ability to work under direction as well as taking the lead when required.Person Specification The ideal candidate should have a minimum of 3 to 4 years’ experience in a similar position, be flexible and will be required to do shift work.The successful applicants will be required to work on their own initiative and also be very much a team player.The successful candidate must be able to work under pressure and maintain a consistently high standard.The applicant must be qualified in HACCP and be able to work under direction. ApplyingApplications can be made by emailing your cv to [email protected] date for applications is the Friday 17th Oct 2014.• Location: Arena7 Entertainment Complex Letterkenny• Salary: On Application • Job Type: Permanent/Full TimeJOB VACANCIES: ARENA 7 SEEKING TO RECRUIT TWO CHEF DE PARTIE was last modified: October 6th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:Arena 7BusinessJob Vacanciesjobsnewslast_img read more