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LIVE BLOG: Follow the SHC relegation final and all four JFC quarter finals

first_img Facebook TAGSLive Blog By Alan Hartnett – 30th August 2018 WhatsApp Twitter Home Sport GAA LIVE BLOG: Follow the SHC relegation final and all four JFC quarter… SportGAA WhatsApp Five Laois monuments to receive almost €200,000 in government funding RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR New Arles road opens but disquiet over who was invited to official opening Pinterest SEE ALSO – Bargain store selling ‘she-wees’ ahead of Electric Picnic The final game of the evening is the SHC relegation final in O’Moore Park between at 7.45pmThis sees Ballyfin Gaels take on Castletown Gaels and the loser will be relegated to Senior A for next year.You can follow all the action as it happens below: Previous articleOutrage at the closure of Laois post officesNext articleMoment in Time: A look back at LaoisToday’s first ever Electric Picnic Alan HartnettStradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016. Twitter Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’ Facebook Community The final night of GAA action before the Electric Picnic will get underway from 7pm this evening.There are five games in total across the county and we will bring you updates from all locations.The first game of the evening is in Emo at 7pm and sees Annanough take on Camross in the JFC.There are then three games taking place at the same time – all 7.30pm throw ins.O’Dempsey’s face Portlaoise in Annanough, Kilcavan take on Ballyroan-Abbey in Portarlington and Park-Ratheniska face Killeshin in Crettyard. LIVE BLOG: Follow the SHC relegation final and all four JFC quarter finals Pinterest Council Community last_img read more

Verizon and Motorola Solutions Bring Interoperable Broadband Communications to Public Safety

first_img“Public safety agencies rely on LMR for reliable and resilient voice communications and also recognize the situational insights and operational efficiencies that LTE data can offer,” said John Zidar, senior vice president, Global Enterprise & Channels, Motorola Solutions. “Multimedia interoperability across networks and devices is increasingly crucial, and the introduction of Group First Response gives first responders the most feature-rich, carrier-integrated MCPTT solution on the market for unprecedented awareness and collaboration.” With Group First Response, users can talk, text and stream live video and seamlessly communicate with radio users for enhanced situational awareness and collaboration “For first responders, the ability to communicate using text, voice and video is essential to protecting the citizens they are duty-bound to serve and themselves,” said Vickie Lonker, vice president public sector product development at Verizon. “Group First Response leverages Verizon’s award-winning 4G LTE network, providing interoperability and critical communications features needed in mission-critical situations.” Group First Response is available today. Existing Push-to-Talk Plus customers can easily upgrade their service on the same platform without re-enrolling or replacing devices, and the two offerings will interoperate. Visit the Verizon website to learn more. With Group First Response, end users can make secure group and private calls via voice and video, share files and multimedia, and use features such as role-based logins, which are configured to give them the right features, contacts and talkgroups based on different roles. In addition, dispatchers can initiate on-the-fly group calls, demand or request video, see location and location history, and create area-based talkgroups. BASKING RIDGE, N.J. and CHICAGO – Verizon Public Sector and Motorola Solutions today announce Group First Response, a mission-critical push-to-talk solution that leverages LTE to enable first responders to communicate seamlessly via voice, data and video across a variety of devices — improving situational awareness and operational efficiency. Group First Response can be integrated with land mobile radio (LMR) systems, extending interoperable push-to-talk communications to public safety users without radios or outside coverage areas. Group First Response is based on the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) standards for mission-critical push-to-talk (MCPTT) communication, which include quality of service and network priority and preemption for public safety, as well as fast setup time. In addition, Group First Response complements the capabilities provided by LMR networks, providing multimedia messaging, mission-critical data and live video streaming. Using Motorola Solutions’ Critical Connect service, which is based on a cloud-based interoperability gateway and infrastructure, Group First Response provides MCPTT functionality to those outside of an LMR network, so that first responders have more ways to communicate critical information and formulate faster, more effective responses. By augmenting public safety LMR networks with solutions like Group First Response, it relieves capacity on an agency’s primary radio system, providing additional security, coverage, and most importantly, redundancy.last_img read more

Tampa Bay agrees new berth

first_imgAccording to the Florida port, the new berth – a USD14.5 million investment – will enhance the current capacity for bulk and breakbulk operations at Port Redwing and is in line with the port’s master plan, that was recently unveiled at the port’s new multipurpose East Port wharf.The investment in Berth 302 will combine port funds with Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) funds necessary for the construction, dredging and upland improvements planned.Port Tampa Bay’s board of commissioners also agreed to an amended lease agreement with stevedore and terminal operating company Gulf Coast Bulk Equipment (GCBE), giving the operator approval to reassign its lease to the company’s new partner Logistec Gulf Coast – a Delaware based company with stevedoring and terminal operations throughout the USA and Canada. The lease for GCBE’s 5-acre (2.5 ha) property at Port Redwing runs through to 2021.  www.tampaport.comlast_img read more

Tinnion shirt raises funds for NHS

first_imgDonations were taken through Twitter (@tinnion_brian).The highest bidder will receive the shirt, with all other donations added to the total.Brian said: “Delighted to announce Jay T has raised £1,600 pounds for the NHS. Thanks to everyone who donated. So proud of him and all the workers putting their lives on the line.”Well done Jay!Delighted to announce Jay T has raised £1,600 pounds for the #NHS thanks to everyone who donated. So proud of him and all the workers putting their lives on the line. #stayhomesavelives ❤️❤️ https://t.co/UV9VyU8kl0 pic.twitter.com/Dm7tN2JQPQ— Brian Tinnion (@tinnion_brian) April 3, 2020Stay home. Protect the NHS. Save lives.last_img read more

US Cellular Arena (The MECCA) is now UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena

first_img Share on other sites SportsLogos.Net Forums Home Should’ve been called UWMILWAUKEE ARENA Sports Logo News tv15 illwauk Panther Arena, UWM Arena, Milwaukee Arena (goodness forbid they revert the building back to its original name)… even something like UWM Panther Dome would’ve been better than that mouthful of a name they chose.Getting harder and harder to continue to follow the program when they keep finding ways to shoot themselves in the foot even when they do something right. Sign in to follow this   Favourite Logos:North Stars 40 Share this post 423 Location:California This topic is now closed to further replies. Members 0 Members Sports Logo News Location:Wisco 5,731 posts Share on other sites 12,353 posts Share this post Link to post 26,192 By illwauk, June 27, 2014 in Sports Logo News 0 Old School Fool 26,192 You know, I once went to a WCW house show at something called the Milwaukee Auditorium instead of their usual MECCA stop, but I can’t find any pictures of it. I guess it was torn down and rebuilt. It was an interesting venue, I remember that much. “People of the court, these guys are total dildos!&quot Posted June 27, 2014 Forums Home illwauk 3,972 1 Link to post Raider Nation Favourite Logos:North Stars Banned Members 26,192 Followers 0 3,972 0 40 1,138 posts Followers 0 Members Link to post Recommended Posts All Activity Sports Logos 423 Share this post Old School Fool US Cellular Arena (The MECCA) is now UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena 26,192 the admiral US Cellular Arena (The MECCA) is now UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena Share on other sites 0 26,192 57,915 posts illwauk 3,972 423 Atleast it clears up potential confusion for people as to why there are two arenas sitting right next to eachother. It’s really weird just how close the arenas are to eachother. 26,192 Sign in to follow this   the admiral illwauk 12,353 posts Posted June 30, 2014 Link to post Share on other sites Link to post I apologize for any decorum Share on other sites 423 Share this post Posted June 28, 2014 Share on other sites Posted June 27, 2014 Members 40 Sports Logos I apologize for any decorum “People of the court, these guys are total dildos!&quot You’d think I’d be happy about this… and I am, to the extent that it’ll increase visibility for the program in the community where we currently enjoy third-class status behind the Bucks and Marquette.That said, you want to be known as the Milwaukee Panthers, yet you play at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena, your web address is uwmpanthers.com, and your twitter handle is @mkepanthers?I swear, if the UWM athletic department were a person, it’d be a heroin addict who couldn’t even find his own genetalia. 423 57,915 posts the admiral Link to post Posted June 27, 2014 Share this post Posted June 27, 2014 US Cellular Arena (The MECCA) is now UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena Share this post 0 Should have just gone for goodwill and called it the MECCA or the UW-Milwaukee MECCA or something. Go To Topic Listing All Activity SportsLogos.Net tv15 the admiral 423 Location:Wiscolast_img read more