Barça will face a half-hearted San Paolo

first_imgThis afternoon tickets are still available in all sectors of the field except the two upper Curves. The prices of the tickets, the most expensive in the history of the club have taken their toll and will also make the environment of the stadium halfway. The ultras of Curve B, which made the song “a giorno all’improvviso” famous throughout the world, They announced with a statement that they gave up the event for prices “that seem like a punishment to the city”. Despite the enormous illusion for the arrival of Leo Messi, in San Paolo tonight the poster of everything sold will not be hung. Moreover, three hours after the kick-off, the tickets sold are far from the figures of the match with Real Madrid three years ago. According to the latest rumors, there will be around 42,000 Tifosi who will go to Fuorigrotta, almost 15,000 people less than those who filled the stadium for the Real Madrid showdown of 2017.last_img read more

City will investigate Accessible and Visitable housing

first_imgPhoto: Mayor Bruce Lantz, left, hands Ray Archambeault two proclamations for the Rick Hansen Wheels in Motion Committee – Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.caCity Council announced on Monday that May 29th will be Access Awareness Day.- Advertisement -The Rick Hansen Wheels in Motion Committee will be partnering with the BC Social Planning and Research Committee and Measuring up the North, to bring awareness on accessibility within the community.Lori Slater was going to receive the proclamation from Council, but was unable to attend due to a health problem. So, her friend Ray Archambeault received it on her behalf.Meanwhile, Larry Evans prepared an unrelated Accessible and Visitable housing presentation to council. He attended a conference from April 6th-8th, on creating universally designed, healthy sustainable communities.He said he would like to see Fort St. John adopt a universal building code, so homes could be more accessible for everyone.Advertisement Councilor Christensen says he likes the idea of being prepared.[asset|aid=1362|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=07a5b7fbff8af9f5285d74298989c4d8-Christensen-1_2_Pub.mp3]The city will begin looking at options to make homes in the area more accessible.Council also announced that June 14th will be Rick Hansen Wheels in Motion Day. [asset|aid=1361|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=09e25270d86c41bcedde37630296699f-Evans -1_1_Pub.mp3]His presentation included ideas ranging from a no-step garage to increasing the size of a five foot by eight foot bathroom to 5 feet by 9 and a half feet.He says people that are thinking of building a home should think about the future. He says perhaps a family member would become disabled, or your child would become friends with a child in a wheelchair.He says every home should be equipped with at least one wheelchair accessible entrance. Evans says it’s important to think about these possible circumstances, because no one should have to move due to a disability.Advertisementlast_img read more


first_imgMYSTERY surrounds leaks from Government claiming 80 jobs had already been created in a Killybegs jobs initiative.That’s because none of them have – and instead of announcing such claims, the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney has instead re-announced the desire to create 250 positions which was first mooted last June.The Minister launched a report produced by the ‘High Level Group on Job Creation in the Killybegs Region yesterday. Minister Coveney set up the group on June 3 following the Economic Report for the European Commission, which assessed the status, development and potential diversification of Killybegs as a fisheries dependent community.The Group comprising of representatives from the Irish seafood sector, tourism, education, enterprise and the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine were tasked to identify potential jobs across key areas including seafood, ancillary services, offshore supports, tourism and marine leisure and green economy/renewable energy.However there is said to be “considerable anger” at what is being seen as “spin-doctor” politics over leaks claiming jobs had already been created.Minister Coveney however was keen to talk up the scheme yesterday, insisting: “I set ambitious targets for the group and I am very pleased to see that the group has not only clearly outlined how 250 jobs can be achieved but has also identified new areas where additional jobs can be created into the future. “The importance of the seafood sector to Killybegs region cannot be overstated as it is responsible for 68% of the workforce. The Group has identified that through greater diversification and adding value to our existing resources, 130 jobs will be delivered in this sector.“The Group are to be commended for working together to complete this task in the allocated time and I am looking forward to seeing the actions from the report completed and the benefits that they will bring to the people of Killybegs”.The report, claimed his department, outlines 250 jobs to be created over a three year period across five key areas. In total, 130 potential jobs were identified within the seafood sector.He claimed increased access to raw materials such as blue whiting and boarfish present the most significant opportunities, along with a concerted focus on value adding opportunities.Within the ancillary services, 24 jobs were identified if collaborative opportunities between various companies can be enhanced and their abilities promoted. The offshore sector could generate 20 jobs, however competitive service provision and appropriate skill resources are deemed fundamental to achieve this. Approaching 50 jobs were identified within the tourism/marine leisure area if a co-ordinated marketing strategy is developed, whilst the green economy and renewable energy area offers the potential to create up to 40 jobs. The Minister added “This pilot approach of co-ordinated developmentally focused activity which is concentrated on natural resources has delivered results that will drive economic development and job creation in the Killybegs region.“An example of this is the partnership between BIM and LYIT to address seafood value added activities. As a direct result of this jobs initiative, the College of Catering in Killybegs will become a focus for industry activity beginning with a workshop on new product development for crab suppliers is already planned for the 30th November.”CONFUSION AS MINISTER RE-ANNOUNCES KILLYBEGS JOBS HOPE was last modified: November 25th, 2011 by BrendaShare 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:jobsKillybegskillybegs jobssimon coveneylast_img read more