新上海sh419

‘LET’S GO’ – IRELAND’S NO.1 SUMMER CAMPS COMING TO DONEGAL!

Posted on

first_imgLet’s Go! Summer Camps are Ireland’s No.1 multi activity summer camp, and this year for the first time we’re coming to Donegal!!We will be running camps in a number of venues, including Ballyshannon, Letterkenny, Raphoe, Milford and Stranorlar.Our action-packed sports camp features the brand new Let’s Go! High Energy Assault Course, along with the ever popular Zorbee Ball Roll, the thrilling KMX Karts, Eliminator, Wrecking Ball, Wobbly Ladder and lots more.We guarantee that no other summer camp will match the fun-filled unique range of activities that your children will enjoy throughout the week.It is the diverse and wide range of novel activities that bring the children back year after year. All Let’s Go!Camps are expertly organised and supervised by teachers who are garda-vetted. Camps run Monday to Friday 9.30am-3.30pm (Nice long day for parents to enjoy!). For further information check out our website www.letsgo.ie or telephone 1890 letsgo (1890 538 746) for venues, dates and availability.‘LET’S GO’ – IRELAND’S NO.1 SUMMER CAMPS COMING TO DONEGAL! was last modified: June 18th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:FeaturesLet’s GonewsNoticesSummer Campslast_img read more

Press Release: iEntrepreneur – a Week of Entrepreneurship at Wits

Posted on

first_imgThe 2017 Wits Student Entrepreneurship Week will explore how entrepreneurship can help overcome South Africa’s high unemployment. (Image: Wits Business School)Johannesburg, 30 August, 2017 – Unemployment among the youth of South Africa has reached an ‘all time high’ and young people need to step out and make their own way in the economy. This is according to various stakeholders at Wits University involved in entrepreneurship.In response to this imperative, Wits is pleased to announce the launch of Student Entrepreneurship Week (SEW) 2017 in order to raise awareness of entrepreneurship as a career. The project is an initiative of the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) to combat high unemployment, foster sustainable economic growth and facilitate the development of an entrepreneurial economy.SEW, which will run from the 28 to 31 August, will include a variety of presentations, workshops, discussions and displays, with the aim of making the concept of entrepreneurship accessible and fun.“We want to encourage students to explore the option of entrepreneurship as a career path versus looking for employment,” says Chimene Chetty, Director of the Centre for Entrepreneurship at Wits Business School (WBS). “It takes courage to take the plunge into becoming and entrepreneur, and there are often so many questions. This initiative, involving both Wits and WBS, aims to make entrepreneurship accessible and easy to understand by breaking it down into ‘bite sized chunks’.”Framed as ‘iEntrepreneur’, the programme will focus on the following ‘I’s’:Information – answering questions on where entrepreneurial support exists at Wits and elsewhere, start-up toolkits, compliance guidance and funding options;Ideas and innovations – focusing on business ideas that are making waves at present; simple solutions that have been built into successful start-ups, and national initiatives and agencies that support innovation;Implementation and impact – how to make those ‘out there’ ideas concrete and gain maximum impact in the market.SEW, driven by WBS’s Centre for Entrepreneurship, will include 15 events focusing on all things entrepreneurial, including presentations by entrepreneurs and practitioners, research findings, workshops, pitching sessions, a student market and various displays.SEW will take place at four university venues: The Wits Tshimologong Precinct, the Transnet Matlafatso Centre, Science Park and the Wits Business School.One of the ‘must attends’, according to Chetty, is a discussion with Stafford Maisie, former Google SA CEO and entrepreneur, and innovator of and innovator of Absa Bank’s Payment Pebble.“We started the ball rolling in March after the DHET shared with us its vision of advancing entrepreneurial ecosystems and entrepreneurial education in Higher Education Institutions, at a Legotla. Various partners immediately jumped on board, including the Tshimologong Precinct, the Transnet Matlafatso Centre, Wits Enterprise and the Wits SRC, all sharing the same vision,” says Chetty.“It is imperative that we encourage and support more young people to step into the space of start-ups, considered the weakest link in the entrepreneurial ecosystem. This initiative is about creating awareness, demystifying what it means to start a business and to inspire students and increase their appetite for entrepreneurship.”For more information on the Wits Student Entrepreneurship week please contact Sibongile Horo on 011 717 3942 or [email protected] To register or see the programme, visit www.witsew.co.za.Twitter: @WitsUniversitylast_img read more

Second Blogger to Ever Die in Prison: This Week in Online Tyranny

Posted on

first_imgcurt hopkins Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Bahraini blogger dies in custody. In the midst of protests in that Gulf country that have already seen casualties, and following the arrest of a poet, Bahraini blogger Zakariya Rashid Hassan al-Ashiri died Saturday while in custody of the country’s security services.According to Al Jazeera, the official statement said that al-Ashiri was “held since the second of this month on charges of inciting hatred against the regime and the promotion of sectarian” and his death was a result of “sickle cell anemia.” His family vehemently denied he had this condition. Al-Ashiri follows Omid Reza Misayafi, the Iranian blogger, who died from neglect (at least) two years ago, as the second blogger to die in custody.According to the Committee to Protect Journalists, the diagnosis was contested by his family. There are also photos alleged to be of al-Ashir, that indicate he was beaten to death. (These are terrible photos. Be warned.) The man responsible for posting the photos, Nabeel Rajab, was subsequently arrested by the Bahrain government for allegedly doctoring them. Russia creates citizen Internet cop corps. Lifting a page from the Chinese playbook, the three major Russian ISPs have created a “League of Internet Safety.” Naturally, they are focusing on child pornography, or more accurately, child pornography is their cover. Given the “30 Ruble Army,” a group of paid pro-government Web commenters and the recent possibly government-driven DDoS on LiveJournal, it’s quite certain that not only is this government-sanctioned, it is designed to punish anyone who criticises the government online. Dubai arrests blogger. In what may be the first blogger arrest in that emirate, Dubai has arrested Ahmed Mansur, a blogger who urged reform, including additional elections. Mansur’s comments are in keeping with protests in nearby Bahrain and other Arab states.Egyptian blogger sentenced for criticizing the military. For the first time since Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak was chased from power, a blogger has been sentenced to a jail term. Maikel Nabil Sanad Ibrahim, a veterinarian, blogger and conscientious objector, has been sentenced to three years in prison for criticizing the military. Maikel Nabil was arrested last month, amid violence directed by the military, or elements of the military, against those protesters who remained in Tahrir Square in Cairo.250,000 Chinese Facebook users disappear in one day. On April 5th, two days after the arrest of artist and architect Ai Weiwei, 250,000 Facebook users disappeared, according to Shanghaist. Citing data from SocialBakers, a Facebook metrics site, they discovered not a tapering off, as of loss of interest, but a sudden, instantaneous drop-off.Two things are contemporary with this unexplained decline: the arrest of Ai Weiwei amid an overall crackdown on dissidence and dissidents, and Facebook’s negotiations to create a Chinese social network with search giant Baidu.Dubai photo by Keith Parker A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostingcenter_img Related Posts Tags:#TWiOT#web 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kailash Joshi passes away

Posted on

first_imgBharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kailash Joshi died at a private hospital here on Sunday morning after prolonged illness. He was 90. Survived by three sons and three daughters, he had been suffering from heart problems and diabetes, said the hospital’s officials. The last rites will be performed at his native Hatpipliya in Dewas district on Monday. Born on July 14, 1929, Mr. Joshi served as the first Janata Party Chief Minister of the State from 1977 to 1978. He represented the Bhopal Lok Sabha constituency from 2004 to 2014. Briefly, Mr. Joshi was a member of the Rajya Sabha from 2000 to 2004. Besides, he represented the Bagli Assembly seat from 1962 to 1998. A stalwart, says PM Condoling his death, Prime Minister Narendra modi tweeted: “Kailash Joshi Ji was a stalwart who made a strong contribution towards Madhya Pradesh’s growth. He worked hard to strengthen Jan Sangh and the BJP in central India. He made a mark as an effective legislator. Pained by his demise. Condolences to his family and supporters. Om Shanti.”BJP leader Shivraj Singh Chouhan went to the hospital as soon as the news reached him. “Today, Madhya Pradesh has lost an invaluable gem. Kailash Joshi ji will forever be in the hearts of people for working for the welfare of the poor and deprived his entire lifetime,” he said. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Kamal Nath tweeted: “Soft spoken, simple and spontaneous, Kailash ji’s death is an irreparable loss to the field of politics. I express my condolences to the family.”last_img read more

Shiv Sena demands action against Poonam Pandey

Posted on

first_imgModel Poonam Pandey had said she would strip at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai if India won the World Cup final.Shiv Sena on Friday demanded stern action against 20-year-old model Poonam Pandey, who has said she would strip at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai if India won the World Cup final on Saturday.”The model has told newspapers that she would strip in the stadium, if India wins the world cup. The government has to take action to stop such things,” Sena MLC Neelam Gorhe said in the Legislative Council on Friday.”It was shocking to learn that Poonam’s parents have given her permission, as per the interviews,” Gorhe said.”The government should make its stand clear on this,” Gorhe, also a Sena spokesperson, said.- With PTI inputslast_img read more

Hasselbaink Bolt can manipulate the media

Posted on

first_imgJimmy Floyd Hasselbaink implied that Usain Bolt is a media manipulator, while discussing his credentials as a footballerThe sprint king has captured headlines while on trial with A-League side Central Coast Mariners for the past two months.Bolt recently turned down a two-year contract offer from Maltese champions Valletta and his agent announced that they’ve received an offer from Mariners.Although head coach Mike Mulvey claims to know nothing of Mariners’ alleged offer to Bolt.Now Chelsea legend Hasselbaink has reflected on Bolt’s ability to use the media to his own advantage.“You’re talking about Usain Bolt, he could manipulate the press however he wanted for all his career, ” Hasselbaink told Man on the Street TV host Rob Cornthwaite on his Twitter.“So why do you think he can’t do it now?”Bolt recently bagged his first two goals as a footballer in a friendly game for Mariners, which Hasselbaink praised him for.Perth Glory boss warns squad to not get starstruck by United Andrew Smyth – July 12, 2019 Perth Glory manager Tony Popovic warned his players against getting starstruck ahead of Saturday’s friendly with Manchester United.“But still, it’s an achievement for him to score those two goals,” said the Dutchman.“It’s one thing to run as fast as he can, but it’s another thing to switch professions.”Hasselbaink is a former striker who played for the likes of Chelsea, Leeds United and Atletico Madrid.The former Netherlands international scored 200 goals in 455 career matches before retiring in 2008.Hasselbaink has since undergone managerial spells with Royal Antwerp, Burton Albion, Queens Park Rangers and Northampton Town.With all the Usain Bolt talk I asked what one of the best strikers the @premierleague has seen what he thought about Bolt. @jf9hasselbaink words on Bolt and his ability to manipulate the media! #bolt @TheWorldGame @FOXFOOTBALL @stadiumastro @GoalAustralia @ALeague @usainbolt pic.twitter.com/bYZgIIwkuo— Rob Cornthwaite (@robcornthwaite) October 21, 2018last_img read more