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Are you on the lookout for UK growth stocks?If so, get this FREE no-strings report now.While it’s available: you’ll discover what we think is a top growth stock for the decade ahead.And the performance of this company really is stunning.In 2019, it returned £150million to shareholders through buybacks and dividends.We believe its financial position is about as solid as anything we’ve seen.Since 2016, annual revenues increased 31%In March 2020, one of its senior directors LOADED UP on 25,000 shares – a position worth £90,259Operating cash flow is up 47%. (Even its operating margins are rising every year!)Quite simply, we believe it’s a fantastic Foolish growth pick.What’s more, it deserves your attention today.So please don’t wait another moment. FREE REPORT: Why this £5 stock could be set to surge I’m on the hunt for top UK shares to buy in 2021. Here are two I’m seriously thinking of adding to my Stocks and Shares ISA today.In a nosediveI don’t think Ryanair Holdings (LSE: RYA) is a UK share that’s for those of a nervous disposition. But it’s one I think could emerge as one of London’s hottest recovery plays in the new bull market.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…The Irish flyer’s share price has dropped sharply since the start of 2021. It’s down 13% as market makers have headed for the emergency exits. I think Ryanair’s fresh dive should come as no surprise amid a flurry of fresh Covid-19 travel rules. News that the UK is floating the idea of making foreign arrivals stay in quarantine hotels is one of the new dangers facing the airlines.The risks to Ryanair’s profits in 2021 are considerable in my opinion. Covid-19 vaccines are being rolled out across the globe, sure. However, with authorities failing to get a grip on the health crisis, and new variants of the virus emerging, who knows when the business will get the bulk of its fleet off the ground again? I’d say problems concerning vaccine delivery in recent days offer another reason for the risk-averse to be concerned.Riding out the stormHaving said that, I don’t think Ryanair is in danger of going under like some of its rivals have. And as a long-term investor, I feel this provides me with an appetising buying opportunity. According to Morgan Stanley the business has almost 15 months’ worth of liquidity based on current run rates. 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Facebook Twitter SHARE Facebook Twitter Navigating the Mid Season Fungicide Debate Previous articleThe Future of Weed ResistanceNext articleRyan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for July 19, 2017 Andy Eubank SHARE By Andy Eubank – Jul 19, 2017 Home Indiana Agriculture News Navigating the Mid Season Fungicide Debate Fungicide debateWeather conditions this season have presented Indiana farmers with potentially tricky decisions for fungicide applications. Many farmers have significant acres with limited stands, so do they shut down investment on those acres or try to protect what is there? Andrew Ferrel is an Indiana commercial agronomist with Mycogen Seeds who says there will probably be situations where you need to make the fungicide investment.“The stand that is there, those plants that are present are going to be more valuable towards yield than what they were,” he told HAT. “So I don’t think that every field a fungicide application is going to be necessary, but I think there’s going to be some situations where we’ve got to protect that yield. You’ve got to kind of bite your lip and make the application because if you’ve got a susceptible hybrid present in the field, the disease pressure gets high, I think that need might be there. Those plants are valuable.”He added scouting is very important this year, especially where stands are thin. The knowledge you gain is valuable even on fields you elect not to control.“The best control is preventative control,” Ferrel says. “As an example, if you’re seeing southern rust pop up in the field, you want to be timely with an application and get ahead of it because fungicides are best used as a preventative rather than a curative. So just being out and present and looking at what’s going on, very important, because otherwise if you just wait until the combine rolls the field, you’ve lost yield. You don’t know why. You start blaming the wrong things. You start changing your management practices from year to year because you’ve got maybe a skewed opinion or misinterpreted why you lost yield.”Dow AgroSciences received Chinese approval of its Enlist corn about a month ago and Mycogen Seeds will be the first to sell the new product this fall for the 2018 season.“We’re excited to be able to offer a better form of weed control. Especially the last few years we’ve seen a lot of weed escapes due to the weather or spring residuals not being able to clean up fields the way we want. So, just being able to have another tool in the toolbox and we’re excited too with the genetics that we’ll be able to offer.”He said they’ve been sitting on some newer hybrids stacked with the Enlist trait, and now they’ll finally be able to share those with farmers.
VietnamAsia – Pacific April 7, 2021 Find out more RSF laureates support jailed Vietnamese journalist Pham Doan Trang Organisation News to go further News News April 22, 2021 Find out more October 29, 2013 – Updated on January 20, 2016 15-month suspended jail term for blogger who campaigned for brother’s release Follow the news on Vietnam Vietnam sentences journalist Tran Thi Tuyet Dieu to eight years in prison Receive email alerts News April 27, 2021 Find out more RSF_en Three more independent reporters arrested in Vietnam VietnamAsia – Pacific Many demonstrators gathered around the courthouse in a show of support for Uy. Members of his family, whose formal request to attend the trial had been refused, were detained while the hearing was taken place.The police also briefly detained about 30 activists who had gone to the court to support Uy. They included Le Ngoc Thanh, Hanh Nhan, Miu Manh Me, Phuong Uyen, Nguyen Thi Nhung, Peter Lam Bui, Hu Vo and Hoang Vi.Uy had been facing a possible seven-year jail sentence under article 258 for using his Facebook page to organize the campaign for the release of Kha, who was given a four-year jail sentence on appeal in August on a charge of anti-government propaganda.Vietnam is ranked 172nd out of 179 countries in the 2013 Reporters Without Borders press freedom index and figures in the 2013 “Enemies of the Internet” special report on surveillance.Support independent news providers in Vietnam by signing the petition here.Read the latest report on Vietnam entitled “Programmed death of freedom of information” here. Help by sharing this information A court in the southern province of Long An passed a 15-month suspended prison sentence today on the blogger and activist Dinh Nhat Uy for criticizing the government on Facebook. He was convicted under article 258 of the criminal code, which penalizes “abusing democratic freedoms against the interests of the state and the legitimate rights and interests of organizations and individuals.”“We condemn this conviction, which was a reprisal for Uy’s involvement in the online campaign for the release of his jailed younger brother, the blogger Dinh Nguyen Kha,” Reporters Without Borders said. “Although released, Uy will be under surveillance. The sentence is one more example of how the authorities harass the families of jailed cyber-dissidents.“Like the denial of defence rights during Kha’s appeal hearing, today’s presence of 400 plainclothes police in the courtroom to create the illusion of a public hearing and the harassment of Uy’s lawyers, which led one of them, Nguyen Thanh Luong, to withdraw from the case, highlight the bogus nature of these trials, whose outcome is decided in advance.”According to the indictment, Uy was prosecuted for four online posts. One was an article entitled “These party members who accept the truth,” in which he described a conversation in which two Communist Party members referred to the abilities of the party’s leaders in offensive terms.Another was about the activities of “Patriotic Youth,” an organization reportedly critical of the government. The other two were “insulting” about two national corporations – the military telecommunications group and the posts and telecommunications company.Although these posts dated back to December 2012, Uy was not arrested until June, when the campaign for his brother’s release got under way.Uy was released at 3 p.m. today but will be subject to a form of a home confinement during the 15 months of the suspended prison sentence and will continue to be subject to close monitoring for another 12 months thereafter.
Advertisement Previous articleConsultant warns on cutbacks at maternity hospitalNext articleJohn Calder accompanies Beckett admin Email Facebook Linkedin NewsLocal NewsElderly man conned in distraction theftBy admin – January 26, 2012 526 WhatsApp A DISTRACTION theft took place in Farranshone recently, which involved a considerable amount of cash stolen from an elderly resident. The gentleman, who lives alone, answered the door to a man on Friday January 20, and who claimed to be calling to fix a water leak in the house next door. The conman was allowed inside and led the resident to the back. While he did this, a second man entered the house and stole a considerable sum of cash, made up of €50 notes, from the bedroom.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The owner did not discover that the cash was missing until after the culprits had left.The thief who met with the victim is described as about 5’9” in height, thin build and was wearing dark clothing.He is believed to be about 50 years of age and had a country accent.“This type of distraction burglary is all too common”, said Sergeant Brian Broderick.“There was a similar incident at a house in Croagh recently where the thief posed as an ESB official and demanded a sum of money.“The thieves generally target older, vulnerable people who live alone.“I would always advise householders not to open their door to anyone unless they are sure who is at the door”. Twitter Print
WhatsApp Five people who have left an indelible mark in various guises on Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) and its students have been made inaugural Fellows of the Institute at an honours ceremony in the city tonight. LIT academic Patricia Burke, former Governing Body Chairman John Clifford, Fitzgibbon Cup coach Davy Fitzgerald, former Acting CEO of the then Tipperary Institute (now operated by LIT as LIT Tipperary) Luke Murtagh and acclaimed artist and graduate of the LIT operated Limerick School of Art & Design John Shinnors were bestowed with the highest honour the institute can give in recognition of their contribution to education, enterprise, sport, the arts and sciences.Five people who have left an indelible mark in various guises on Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) and its students have been made inaugural Fellows of the Institute at an honours ceremony in the city.Among the five were three Limerick Fellows – LIT academic Patricia Burke, former Governing Body Chairman John Clifford and acclaimed artist and graduate of the LIT operated Limerick School of Art & Design John Shinnors. They joined with Fitzgibbon Cup coach Davy Fitzgerald and former Acting CEO of the then Tipperary Institute (now operated by LIT as LIT Tipperary) Luke Murtagh as they were bestowed with the highest honour the institute can give in recognition of their contribution to education, enterprise, sport, the arts and sciences.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The Fellowships were presented at a special ceremony at the Clare Street campus of Limerick School of Art & Design on Thursday night attended by over 200 people, including family and friends of the newly appointed Fellows.The Fellowships were formally presented by LIT President Dr Maria Hinfelaar after citations were read out by associates. Former GAA President Sean Kelly, MEP, read the citation for Davy Fitzgerald; Councillor Mary Jackman read the citation for John Clifford; Virginia Teehan, Director of Cultural Projects, College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences, University College Cork read for John Shinnors; Niall Greene, Chairman of the LIT Governing Body, for Luke Murtagh while past President of LIT Vincent McCarthy returned to read Pat Burke’s.Speaking at the presentation of the Fellowships, Dr Maria Hinfelaar said that the five recipients are worthy of being the inaugural Fellows of LIT.“It has been our intention for some time to initiate a Fellowships programme at Limerick Institute of Technology and it is fair to say that the inaugural Fellows were well chosen. Each of the five has made an enormous contribution to Limerick Institute of Technology as it is today.“They have given extraordinary leadership through what they have done for LIT and, indeed, in their own professional careers and personal lives. As an Institute, we put people, our students and staff, at the centre of everything we do and our five Fellows tonight embody that ethos brilliantly.“They have each been inspirational to us and, indeed, many others. We have marvelled at what they have done and LIT has, indeed, been all the better because of their association with us. We are proud and, indeed, fortunate as an institute to have had that association and long may this relationship continue and flourish.” TAGSDavy FitzgeraldDr Maria HinfelaarJohn CliffordJohn ShinnorsLITLuke MurtaghMusic LimerickPatricia Burke Linkedin Limerick Post Show | FOLM Project Advertisement Women in the Creative Arts to take centre stage at LIT’s International Women’s Day Flagship Event LIT Graduation Ceremonies to take place on November 19 and 20. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email Twitter Print NewsLIT presents inaugural FellowshipsBy Editor – February 18, 2014 902 Previous articleStrike notice served on Shannon Aerospace.Next articleLimerick to benefit from €1.7m in Sustainable Transport funding Editor LIT Launches unique new programme on Responding to Domestic Abuse and Coercive Control Facebook LIT Development & Public Engagement Manager, Seamus Hoyne, is awarded the SEAI Outstanding Contribution to Sustainable Energy Award. International Women’s Day LIT
Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Advertisement Linkedin WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Twitter TAGSFáilte IrelandfoynesFoynes Flying Boat & Maritime MuseumlimerickPan AmPan American World AirwaysShannon Region Conference and Sports Bureau Email Print Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” NewsLocal NewsFormer Pan Am workers to reunite in FoynesBy Alan Jacques – March 7, 2016 1518 Previous articleI love Limerick website founder bereavedNext article#newmusic DJ Richard Lowe Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie WhatsApp A replica of the Yankee Clipper on display at Foynes Flying Boat and Maritime Museum. Photo: Kieran Clancy A replica of the Yankee Clipper on display at Foynes Flying Boat and Maritime Museum. Photo: Kieran ClancyMORE than 350 former workers and associates of Pan American World Airways (Pan Am) will reunite in Limerick between April 12 and 15 to share their memories and experiences of what was once the principal and largest international air carrier in the United States.Organised by Foynes Flying Boat and Maritime Museum and supported by Fáilte Ireland and the Shannon Region Conference and Sports Bureau, the event represents the final ever Pan Am World Reunion and is only the second to be hosted in Europe.Foynes was the first European Airport to which Pan Am began operating commercial transatlantic services on July 9th 1939 under the command of Captain Harold Gray. The ‘Yankee Clipper’ was the airline’s first Boeing B314 NC18603 allocated to the Atlantic division. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A replica of the aircraft is on display at Foynes Flying Boat and Maritime Museum. Captain Charlie Blair, husband of the late Maureen O’Hara, was a frequent visitor and flew the last scheduled passenger flight from Foynes to New York in October 1945.The forthcoming reunion programme will feature talks, workshops, networking events and a visit to the former airport at Foynes allowing former pilots, engineers, administration staff, ground handlers and air hostesses, many of whom are now in their 70s and 80s, to recount their times with the airline. Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash
Facebook The Rev William Casey (Rev Willie C) memorial, Abbeyfeale.Photo: Cian ReinhardtABBEYFEALE, Ardagh, Askeaton, Bruff and Rathkeale have received funding of €1.5 million from the Rural Regeneration and Development Fund to deal with the issue of derelict sites.It is the largest amount awarded to a single project in the country under this round of funding, while a further €500,000 be provided by Limerick City and County Council.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The aim of this project is to bring derelict properties in the core of the targeted towns and villages across rural Limerick back into use with an emphasis on re-use for housing, based on the delivery of demonstrator housing projects.The project will also develop plans for re-use of, identified derelict properties/ brownfield lands in the same towns and villages as community, social and economic infrastructure.The key idea is that the need for housing has not been sufficiently utilised as a potentially effective mechanism for the regeneration of rural towns and villages. There is demand for housing in rural towns particularly for housing that is affordable in terms of market price for owner occupation and private rental.Resettlement of populations in the core of towns and villages is needed for their sustainable development.Outgoing Mayor Michael Sheahan said that derelict properties would be brought back into use, primarily as housing in the five locations.“This will help rejuvenate the centres of these towns and villages, which have been in decline over the past decade or so,” he explained.Community Development Director Gordon Daly said the funding was a major boost in the council’s battle against dereliction and efforts to harness the potential of small towns and villages in County Limerick.“The ability to work from home, improving broadband and greater awareness of the social and economic benefits of living in small towns and villages means there is an increasing demand for housing in these areas.“This project will aim to match supply to this demand and at affordable prices,” he added.Over the past 18 months, the council has commenced the compulsorily purchase of 56 derelict properties using its powers under the Derelict Sites Act 1990, with many of these now acquired by the council.The Rural Regeneration and Development Fund is a commitment by the government to invest €1 billion in rural Ireland between 2019 and 2027.The purpose of the fund is to support job creation, address de-population of rural communities and support improvements in towns and villages with a population of less than 10,000, and outlying areas.Limerick projects funded previously include: Great Southern Greenway Limerick, Glenbrohane Local Hub, Murroe Community Hub, International Mountain Biking Project in Ballyhoura. Twitter Advertisement Linkedin WhatsApp NewsCommunity€2 million to tackle derelict sites in five towns and villagesBy Staff Reporter – July 1, 2020 394 Email Previous articleSponsored: Great National South Court Hotel awarded 3-star hotel of the yearNext articleSeafaring Romeo leaves Limerick woman all at sea Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Print