19-year-old missing following night out in Limerick

first_imgPrint Andrew CareySign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up [email protected] for information as to the whereabouts of a second young student are being sought after a 19-year-old man was reported missing since March 6 last. Described as 5′ 7″ in height and of normal complexion, Mark Casey was last seen in the vicinity of Angel Lane night club in the Cornmarket area of the city around midnight.As information is being sought, Gardai say that Mark was last seen wearing grey chino styled pants and a dark coloured t-shirt with a grey collar. Originally from Offally, Mark is a student of NUI Galway but had been socialising in Limerick earlier this week. Family members are appealing for information and ask that if you have seen Mark or know of his whereabouts to please contact Henry Street Garda Station on 061212400, the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111. Meantime, searches for a 21-year-old LIT student will resume over the weekend. Steven Kavanagh was last seen in the early hours of Thursday morning after leaving a party in an accommodation complex on the outskirts of the city. The 21-year-old, who is also the Vice President of the LIT student union, was last seen wearing blue jeans and a Limerick FC jacket. He is described as being 5′ 10″ with tight brown hair and of slight build. Anyone with information is asked to contact Henry Street Garda station in Limerick on 061212400. Email Linkedin Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April WhatsApp NewsBreaking news19-year-old missing following night out in LimerickBy Staff Reporter – March 7, 2014 936 First Irish death from Coronavirus TAGSfeaturedmark caseymissing in limerick Previous articleCity of Culture post advertised as DirectorNext articleStormy start to season for Limerick FC Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie center_img Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement Facebook Shannondoc operating but only by appointment No vaccines in Limerick yet Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHLlast_img read more

Virus-wary Ilonggos find ways to mark ‘Freedom Day’

first_imgA recovery plan for the city is being crafted to enliven economic activities and give the people their much-needed jobs, he stressed. Mayor Treñas and Governor Defensor, on the other hand, urged Ilonggos to work together to achieve freedom against an unseen enemy, COVID-19. “The bill aims to give the executive branch of the government powers that undermine our fundamental right to free speech, right to peacefully assemble, the right to petition the government to redress of grievances, privacy of our communication, and right to due process,” according to the Movement Against Tyranny-Panay in a statement. “But we cannot just let the virus steal the bright future of Iloilo City. We cannot cower in fear forever. We have to overcome our fear and move forward,” said Treñas. “I advise those planning to hold rallies not to insist. We would strictly enforce the prohibition on any form of mass gathering during Independence Day,” said Dampal. “As we celebrate Independence Day, let us unite and fight as one in combatting this until the end. We will win against COVID-19,” said Defensor. ICPO director Police Colonel Eric Dampal cited the Department of Justice’s position that the holding of rallies are “temporarily banned” during quarantine to avoid direct transmission of the coronavirus disease 2019.  He assured Ilonggos that the provincial government is preparing a recovery plan which will prioritize agriculture, tourism and public transportation, among others. Protesters wear facemasks and observe physical distancing at the University of the Philippines Visayas – Iloilo City Campus. They mark Independence Day on June 12, 2020 by rallying against the Anti-Terrorism Bill. PHOTO BY BAYAN PANAY Prior to the rally, there was a public forum at the UPV City Campus Little Theater. The past two and a half months had been tough for the Ilonggos. The pandemic resulted in unemployment, closure of business establishments and loss of income. He reminded Ilonggos that the Philippines “gained independence because the people united and fought oppressors from other lands.” He also offered a wreath at the statue of Ilonggo Philippine Revolution hero General Martin Delgado at the plaza where, in 1898, the latter declared war against colonial Spain. On the other hand, Gov. Arthur Defensor Jr. led the provincial government of Iloilo in a subdued  flag-raising ceremony at the historic plaza of Santa Barbara town. The rally at UPV centered on the controversial Anti-Terrorism Bill. The city government of Iloilo livestreamed a muted Independence Day program in its official Facebook page in lieu of a grand celebration at Plaza Libertad. A video presentation of the national anthem that featured local government officials and frontliners was shown. The Movement Against Tyranny-Panay spearheaded progressive groups in a brief “Mañanita Kontra Terorismo” rally with participants observing physical distancing and wearing facemasks at the University of the Philippines Visayas (UPV) – Iloilo City Campus. ILOILO City – How did Ilonggos mark the 122nd Philippine Independence Day on June 12 amid the threat of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)? “We are frustrated that amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the House of Representatives and the Senate prioritized this repressive bill over the urgent needs of the people for additional financial support to those affected by the lockdown, acquiring more test kits and establishing more testing laboratories, upgrading hospital facilities, providing adequate support for our health workers, and facilitating the safe and systematic return of overseas workers and stranded individuals,” according to the movement. “Right now, we are fighting again. We are fighting for independence from an enemy we cannot see,” said Defensor. The bill authorizes the arrest of terrorism suspects without judicial order from the court, and their detention for a maximum of 24 days without charges. There were no arrests made yesterday related to the Independence Day celebration, especially in Iloilo City. A day before it, the Iloilo City Police Office (ICPO) vowed to arrest and jail people holding rallies. Movement Against Tyranny-Panay also pointed out the bill’s vague definition of “terrorism” would be prone to abuses and would ultimately infringe on people’s democratic and civil liberties. Mayor Jerry Treñas also delivered his Independence Day message “virtually”. This year’s Independence Day celebration carried the theme “Kalayaan 2020: Towards a Free, United, and Safe Nation.”/PNlast_img read more

NPFL-LaLiga Coaching Clinic Set to Kick off in Abuja

first_imgAs a follow-up to the success recorded in its first two editions, the Nigerian Premier Football League (NPFL) and LaLiga are set to kick off the third edition of the NPFL-LaLiga annual coaching clinic. The five-day clinic is expected to have about 100 youth coaches in attendance and will take place at the National Stadium, Abuja from Monday the 21st to Friday the 25th of January, 2019.The annual coaching clinic will precede the NPFL U-15 Promises Tournament and is designed to train youth coaches on how to properly develop young talents using LaLiga methodology. The content of the clinic will as usual be framed within a level 3 (professional) syllabus where coaches will learn more complex and technical aspects of LaLiga’s methodology as a continuation of levels 1 (beginner) and 2 (intermediate) training from the first and second editions.LaLiga Sports Project Coordinator, Juan Zapata spoke about LaLiga projects in Nigeria and said “The first two editions of the clinic were highly successful and we are once again thrilled to have the opportunity to spread the LaLiga’s methodology across Nigeria and Africa with the third edition of the clinic. We are committed to each of our projects across Africa, and sending LaLiga coaching instructors to again train the youth coaches in Nigeria aims to further show our commitment to the development of football in the country”. Also speaking about the initiative, Assistant coach of the Nigerian U-17 National team, Bunmi Haruna said “Last year’s edition of the coaching clinic was very impactful. We were exposed to the Spanish methodology for training players. The Spanish model is indeed unique and very technical, and I am grateful to the NPFL and to LaLiga for giving me the opportunity once again to better my skills as a coach”.The NPFL-LaLiga partnership was signed in 2016 and has since recorded a number of exchange projects between the two leagues, including a tour of Spain by an NPFL All-Star team, and the opening of the LaLiga Nigeria office in Abuja.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more