Carndonagh needs a temporary court venue – Doherty

Facebook WhatsApp By News Highland – March 13, 2019 Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan has confirmed that Carndonagh District Court will sit in Buncrana next week, and has given no indication that an alternative venue will be sourced in Carndonagh itself while essential repair works are undertaken.The minister was questioned on the matter by Deputy Pearse Doherty, who asked him to ensure a venue will be found in Carndonagh, but MInister Flanagan didn’t address that issue at all.Carndonagh Councillor Albert Doherty says the town deserves to keep a local service………Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/albertd3pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Dail Question and answer in full -QUESTION* To ask the Minister for Justice and Equality his plans to ensure that court sittings will continue to be held at a venue in Carndonagh, County Donegal while the local courthouse will be undergoing essential repair in the time ahead.- Pearse Doherty T.D.For WRITTEN answer on Tuesday, 12 March, 2019.* To ask the Minister for Justice and Equality his plans to ensure that the OPW secures another venue in Carndonagh, County Donegal while the local courthouse will be undergoing essential repair in the time ahead.- Pearse Doherty T.D.For WRITTEN answer on Tuesday, 12 March, 2019.REPLYAs the Deputy will be aware, under the provisions of the Courts Service Act 1998, management of the courts, including the provision of accommodation for court sittings, is the responsibility of the Courts Service which is independent in exercising its functions.However, in order to be of assistance to the Deputy, I have had enquiries made and the Courts Service has informed me that following professional inspections by the OPW and on their recommendations immediate health and safety issues were highlighted in relation to Carndonagh Courthouse. Therefore court hearings could not continue at the courthouse in the short term.The Courts Service has advised that a review is currently being carried out and that, in the short term, the Court will sit in Buncrana Courthouse. I understand that the next District Court for Carndonagh will sit in Buncrana Courthouse on 19 March 2019 at 10.30 am. Previous articleRonan Curtis has surgery on hand injuryNext articleElderly couple found dead in Convoy News Highland Pinterest DL Debate – 24/05/21 Twitter Twitter WhatsApp Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Facebook News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Carndonagh needs a temporary court venue – Doherty Harps come back to win in Waterford Google+ Google+ AudioHomepage BannerNews read more

Check Out Nikki M. James, Cheyenne Jackson & More in Lucky Stiff

first_img Star Files Nikki M. James Jayne Houdyshell View Commentscenter_img Cheyenne Jackson Something funny’s going on…on the big screen! The film adaptation of Lucky Stiff, the 1988 musical collaboration from Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, is heading to Canada. The film will play the Montreal World Film Festival this summer, which runs from August 21 through September, and as previously announced, is scheduled for a release in 2015. The flick stars Tony winners Jason Alexander and Nikki M. James, as well as Dominic Marsh and Pamela Shaw. The film also features several Broadway alums, including Cheyenne Jackson, Kate Shindle, Kevin Chamberlin, Jennifer Cody, Wesley Taylor and Jayne Houdyshell. Take a look at the trailer below to see some of your favorite Broadway stars in action!last_img read more

This Cornubia home is nestled in tranquil bushland

first_img7 Forest Edge Drive, CornubiaIt also has three bedrooms, each with built-in wardrobes, a shared bathroom and laundry.The master bedroom, with an ensuite and a walk-in wardrobe, is on the top floor, as well as a study and living area.“My wife always wanted a mezzanine level,” Mr Anderton said. 7 Forest Edge Drive, CornubiaMore from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Mr Anderton, who is a builder by trade, said they designed the three-storey home with their three young daughters in mind.He said it had plenty of space for everyone to spread out, but was also stylish enough for a young corporate couple. 7 Forest Edge Drive, CornubiaTHE thought of being surrounded by quiet bushland in the middle of suburbia was what attracted Reid and Chantelle Anderton to Cornubia.The couple then designed and built their contemporary home at 7 Forest Edge Drive to embrace its natural surroundings. 7 Forest Edge Drive, CornubiaThe ground floor is dedicated to a double lockup garage.On the first level, there is an open kitchen, dining and lounge area with a kids’ retreat and two alfresco decks.center_img 7 Forest Edge Drive, CornubiaWith large windows spread over multiple levels, the four-bedroom home takes advantage of the area’s picturesque backdrop and natural light.“It’s a pretty nice spot,” Mr Anderton said.“We bought the land probably two-and-a-half years ago — we were one of the first people to buy in the area.” 7 Forest Edge Drive, CornubiaThe timber floors and hardwood vanity tops were among his favourite features.“I also like the aspect of the big windows — no matter where you’re walking, you’re just looking at trees,” Mr Anderton said.The family has lived in the home for six months, but are selling to travel Australia.“It was a split decision,” he said.last_img read more

2009: A Last Look Back

first_imgMembers of the Ellsworth-based Woodlawn Croquet Club — (from left) Tim McCormick, Charles Alexander, Randall McAndrews, Larry Stettner, Perry Mattson and, kneeling with a victory cigar, Ben Rothman — pose with U.S. Croquet Association President Richard Curtis in West Palm Beach, Fla., after winning a national championship in the medium-sized club division in March.—LARRY STETTNERMARCH• Boys’ gymnastics team from Springers’ Gymnastics Center in Ellsworth wins state title.APRIL• Cynthia Stroud of Brooklin and Mia Kanazawa of Brooksville join with Marieke Rolland of Florida to win U.S. Women’s World Cup Qualifying Tournament in the sport of petanque.• Evan Graves, formerly of Bar Harbor, is top Maine runner, placing 32nd overall among more than 26,000 runners in Boston Marathon.MAY• Dick Scott of Ellsworth, a standout Ellsworth High School athlete and current director of player development for the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team, is inducted into the Maine Sports Hall of Fame.Dominic Kone of the Bucksport Golden Bucks had the performance of his life at the State Class C Outdoor Track and Field Championships at McMann Field in Bath on June 6. Kone set a state record of 10.99 seconds in winning the 100-meter dash, won the 200-meter dash in 22.81 seconds and cleared 21 feet, 11.5 inches to win the long jump. He also combined with three other teammates for the championship in the four-by-100-meter relay with a time of 44.87 seconds.—PRILL BISHERJUNE• Lumberjill Michelle Morse of Eastbrook invited to represent United States on all-female team competing at Royal Adelaide Show in Australia.• Eastern Maine tennis championships go to Ellsworth Eagle boys in Class B, George Stevens Academy Eagle girls in Class C.• GSA Eagle boys win Eastern Maine Class C baseball championship.OCTOBER• Mount Desert Island Trojan girls win fifth consecutive Penobscot Valley Conference cross-country championship.Maine Maritime Academy running back Jim Bower became the school’s first football player ever to be named an Associated Press and D3football.com All-American. Bower was the nation’s leading rusher in NCAA Division III, averaging 160.5 yards a game, and led the Mariners to the New England Football Conference title and their first-ever appearance in the NCAA Division III Tournament.—MIKE OLESNOVEMBER• Ellsworth Eagle boys complete undefeated Eastern Maine soccer season with a record of 16-0-1 and a 16th Class B title before falling to Yarmouth 3-0 in state championship game.• Maine Maritime Academy’s Lady Mariners win third consecutive North Atlantic Conference volleyball championship.For more sports news, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. Latest Posts For the second time in three years, the Deer Isle-Stonington Mariners won the State Class D Baseball Championship, this time with an eight-inning come-from-behind 5-4 victory over the Richmond Bobcats on June 20 at St. Joseph College in Standish. The Mariners had finished fourth in Eastern Maine and knocked of the number five, three and one teams in the regional playoffs.—MIKE OLESJANUARY• Wrestlers Ray Wood and Craig Woodard of the Bucksport Golden Bucks reach the 100-win milestone.FEBRUARY• Bucksport Golden Bucks win Eastern Maine Class C Wrestling Championship.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text• Danielle Hutchins of the Mount Desert Island Trojans caps a string of record-setting performances in Eastern Maine competition by winning state indoor track titles in the 200-meter dash in 26.33 seconds and the 400-meter dash in a state record time of 1:00.01.• Mount Desert Island Trojan boys win sixth consecutive state Class B swimming championship. admin Bio Latest posts by admin (see all) House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015last_img read more