A man has pleaded guilty at Letterkenny Circuit Court to a number of charges of indecent assault on another male.The man, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, was due to begin a trial before a jury yesterday. However, the acused changed his plea at Wednesday’s sitting of the court.He faces six charges of indecent assault on dates unknown between August 1979 and January 1984 at an address in Donegal.The case was adjourned to the April sitting of Letterkenny Circuit Court.Man pleads guilty to indecent assaults over five year period was last modified: December 13th, 2018 by StephenShare 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)
- $96.6 Million for Banana Accompanying Measures Project
RelatedJamaica on Track to Satisfy Irish Potato Needs RelatedPolicy Coming to Regulate Tobacco Cultivation FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Photo: JIS Photographer Advertisements The Rural Agricultural Development Authority (RADA) is to receive $96.65 million to carry out a project to combat poverty and improve revenues in banana dependent areas.The Jamaica Banana Accompanying Measures (JBAMS) project is being funded by a $90 million grant from the European Union, and $6.65 million from the Government of Jamaica.This is set out in the 2014/15 Estimates of Expenditure currently before the House of Representatives.The objective of the project is to combat poverty and improve revenues in the banana dependent areas, by improving the productivity and reliance of small farmers; and strengthening the link between small farmers and markets.Anticipated targets for the 2014-2015 fiscal year include: the establishment of operational procedures such as Credit Schemes for the All Island Banana Growers Association (AIBGA); procurement of supplies for AIBGA farm stores; and the strengthening/ conversion of district branches of the AIBGA into production clusters/farmers cooperatives.In addition, the project is expected to contract technical experts in marketing and capacity building to help strengthen the AIBGA; develop an operational manual for the production clusters; improve the infrastructure of the farm stores and other facilities; relocate oil tanks; procure equipment and containers; and construct a value-added facility.The duration of the project is from September 2013 to March 2017. The financing agreement was signed in October 2013.Physical achievements up to February 2014 include: engaging the Banana Board and All Island Banana Growers Association (AIBGA) to provide services to the banana industry in October. So far the Board has audited nine farms; collected and analysed soil and samples from 11 farms; collected and analysed 12 leaf samples for black Sigatoka disease; and installed pheromone traps on 18 farms. Story HighlightsRADA is to receive $96.65 million to carry out a project to combat poverty and improve revenues in banana dependent areas.The JBAMS project is being funded by a $90 million grant from the European Union, and $6.65 million from the Government of Jamaica.The objective of the project is to combat poverty and improve revenues in the banana dependent areas. $96.6 Million for Banana Accompanying Measures ProjectJIS News | Presented by: PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQualityundefinedSpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreenPlay $96.6 Million for Banana Accompanying Measures Project AgricultureApril 8, 2014Written by: Andrea Braham RelatedAll Set for Montpelier Agricultural Show
- Alex And Dave On One Fan’s Insane Plan For The Wolves To (Finally) Win [PODCAST]
Auto (360p) 360p Some passionate and (probably) bored basketball fan unleashed their “120 point plan for the Timberwolves to win the 2021 NBA title” and, hoo boy, it’s…a…lot.How the Minnesota Timberwolves can win the 2021 NBA Finals in 120 Steps from r/nbaAlex and Dave break down this insane plan, from trades to signing players out of retirement, to the M. Night Shyamalan-esque ending. About Connatix V56490 720p HD 1/1 About Connatix V56490 1080p HD Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip SCSU Women’s Basketball History in Picturesphoto courtesy of scsuhuskies.comErika QuigleyErika Quigley is the all-time scoring leader at SCSU with 2,570 points. She played at SCSU from 2003-2007 and led the Huskies to back to back Elite 8 Appearances.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comDiane SchererScherer is 2nd all-time at SCSU in points with 2,348. She played for the Huskies from 1979-1983.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comTina SchreinerTina finished her career at SCSU 3rd all-time in points with 1,838. Tina played at SCSU from 1997-2002.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comSarah HowardHoward played at SCSU from 1984-1988 compiling 1,812 points.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comJan NiehausJan played at SCSU from 1986-1990. She finished her career with 1,776 points placing her 5th all-time in points.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comBonnie HenricksonBonnie is 6th all-time at SCSU in points scored with 1,731. She played at SCSU from 1981-1985.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comRamona Rugloski and teammatesThe picture is from 1984. Ramona Rugloski is pictured on the far right. She is 7th all-time in points scored with 1,604. She played for the Huskies from 1982-1985.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comChristine WilliamsonWilliamson is 8th all-time in points scored at SCSU with 1,588. She played at SCSU from 1997-2001.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comToni JamesonToni played at SCSU from 1986-1990. She scored 1,573 points.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comTalisha BarlowBarlow played at SCSU from 2007-2011. She complied 1,520 points and is 10th all-time in points.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comJulie EisenschenkEisenschenk played at SCSU from 1985-1989. She scored 1,500 points.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comSue WahlSue Wahl played at from 1975-1979. She scored 1,418 points and is 12th all-time.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comJeanne BurnettJeanne Burnett played at SCSU from 1978-1982. She scored 1,394 points.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comSascha HansenHansen is a Marshall, Minnesota native. She scored 1,391 points in her career at SCSU from 2002-2006.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comBrenda MeyerBrenda is a Paynesville High School Graduate. She scored 1,384 points at SCSU from 1992-1996.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comSimona SamuelsonSimona played at SCSU from 1987-1991. She scored 1,291 points.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comShannon FrancisFrancis scored 1,276 points in her SCSU career from 2003-2007.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comNola JohnsonNola Johnson played at SCSU from 1974-1978. She scored 1,248 points.photo courtesy of Bradley K. OlsonChelsea NookerNooker played at SCSU from 2013-2017. She scored 1,235 points.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comOrla HohnstadtOrla played at SCSU from 1984-1988 compiling 1,223 points.Photo courtesy of Bradley K. OlsonBetsy MacDonaldMacdonald played at SCSU from 2013-2017. She scored 1,207 points.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comPatty DeckerDecker played at SCSU from 1974-1978 scoring 1,182 points.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comNicole PersbyPersby played at SCSU from 1998-2002 scoring 1,147 points.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comKatie HuschleKatie Huschle, now Katie Martin played at SCSU from 2001-2005. She scored 1,043 points. She is now the head girls basketball coach at Sartell-St. Stephen High School.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comJessica AbrahamsJessica is now Jessica Hartman and is an Assistant Coach at SCSU. She scored 1,060 points from 1999-2004 at SCSU.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comTeri WatkinsWatkins scored 1,000 points from 1995-1999. She was a 3-point shooting threat.photo courtesy of scsuhuskies.comCelest FrankCelest Frank after her playing career went on to work at SCSU in their sports information department.