Email Previous articleNew approach for retail strategyNext articleSinnott demands care for cancer patients admin Advertisement THE Killaloe Coast Guard Unit is to become first ever coast guard representatives to march in a New York St. Patrick’s Day Parade.The volunteers have been invited to march in New York, at the invitation of the US Coast Guard. Meanwhile, Minister of State Noel Ahern presented Irish, US and Irish Coast Guard marching flags to a delegation of the East Clare unit. Print NewsLocal NewsHonour for Killaloe coast guardBy admin – February 18, 2009 658 WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Linkedin
OlderMiami Beach leads 2020 North America World Travel Awards winners “We remain focused on cash generative flying over the winter season in order to minimise losses during the first half and retain the flexibility to ramp capacity back up quickly when we see demand return,” explained a statement to markets.At the same time, easyJet confirmed the sale and leaseback of a further eleven aircraft with two counterparties. The transactions generate total cash proceeds of approximately £130 million.- Advertisement – On completion of these further sale and leaseback transactions, easyJet now retains 141 fully owned and unencumbered aircraft, representing approximately 41 per cent of the fleet.Today’s sales following deals for nine aircraft last month. – Advertisement – Ten A320 family aircraft were sold to ACS Aero 2 Beta.The cash sales proceeds were approximately £96 million, and the aircraft will be leased back for an average term of 58 months, creating lease obligations of approximately £67 million.easyJet also sold one A320 family aircraft to JLPS Holding Ireland for cash proceeds of approximately £35 million.- Advertisement – Low-cost carrier easyJet has said it now expects to fly no more than 20 per cent of planned capacity over the next three months. The decision follows from France, Germany and the UK in recent day to reintroduce stricter measures to tackle growing numbers of cases of Covid-19. – Advertisement –
Greg MartinKEENE, N.H. — Greg Martin of Ellsworth finished in a tie for 10th place Monday at the New England Interscholastic Boys’ Golf Championship at Bretwood Golf Course in Keene, N.H.Martin finished with a score of 75, seven strokes off the winning total of 68 carded by Nick Fairweather of Windham, N.H.Martin will be competing in Maine State Golf Association events this summer as well as the Maine Junior Amateur in the first week of August. Town report wins award – October 11, 2014 Latest posts by Fenceviewer Staff (see all) This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text Bio Fenceviewer Staff Schoodic Grange hosting sale – October 30, 2014 Fitness trainer is now cancer-exercise expert – October 12, 2014 Latest Posts For more sports news, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American.
“But now they are also looking forward to seeing Fortuna Duesseldorf and Paderborn. It’s crazy.”In Mexico, football journalists are grateful for something to cover — and the sorely-missed revenue live sport generates.“For those of us who make a living from football the fact there hasn’t been any activity really affects us. A weekend without football is really difficult,” said Emilio Fernando Alonso, a Mexican reporter for ESPN.In China, where the Super League might not begin until June, German football’s meticulously planned return is being closely watched.Writing in the Oriental Sports Daily, columnist Ji Yuyang said the biggest challenge for the Bundesliga was not restarting during the pandemic, but being able to outlast it because of financial pressures that clubs were facing due to the health crisis.“Half of the teams in the top two leagues are in danger of going bankrupt, according to estimates in Germany,” Ji wrote.“So for many German clubs, whether it was better to wait for failure or risk restarting, they chose the latter.”The quarantine and social distancing measures that Bundesliga clubs have instituted are also being scrutinised in Italy and Spain, whose leagues are some way from being able to consider resuming.“It will be a barometer, the reference point for all the others… if it all goes well it will be a great success and if there’s a big problem it will have a similarly powerful negative effect,” Movistar+ commentator Barbero said. Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer will have a global audience when his side Bayern Munich face Union Berlin on SundayParis, France | AFP | German football will find itself in an unaccustomed global spotlight this weekend as audiences starved of live football turn to the only major European league back in action.With the Premier League, Spain’s La Liga and Serie A in Italy all still sidelined by the coronavirus pandemic, the Bundesliga will take centre stage on Saturday.Even in Brazil, media coverage has switched from domestic football stories to what TV viewers can expect to see when Borussia Dortmund meet Schalke in the biggest match of the opening day, albeit it without spectators in the stadium.Cable channel Fox Sports, which holds exclusive rights to show the Bundesliga in Brazil, will be showing the Ruhr Derby at 9:30 am local time. Its website already features a lengthy article about the games entitled “The wait will soon be over”.Even Brazil’s biggest media group, Globo, is getting in on the act with interviews with four Brazilians who play for Bundesliga clubs, including Wolfsburg midfielder William, who admitted players were “a little bit scared” about the implications for their health.In India, foreign football leagues have found a market in India’s urban youth who keenly follow the Premier League and support clubs like Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United. But a few of these fans also watch La Liga and Bundesliga.“I am desperately waiting for the Bundesliga to start this weekend. I am thirsty for live football action in this lockdown,” Amjad Rehan Ibrahim, a student of Delhi University, told AFP.– ‘A barometer’ –Indian international forward Jeje Lalpekhlua said he would also be tuning in to the coverage on Indian broadcasters Star Sports and Hotstar: “It’s difficult without football for so long. I am surely going to watch it.”In Japan, rightsholder Sky Perfect is going to show two Bundesliga matches this weekend free of charge.In Europe too, the matches in Germany will provide a much-needed fix of live sport.Adolfo Barbero, who commentates on Bundesliga games for the Spanish channel Movistar+, said: “I can assure you that I haven’t seen this level of interest in the Bundesliga in 20 years. Normally people support Bayern Munich, Dortmund or even Bayer Leverkusen and that’s it. Share on: WhatsApp