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Category: uzgwhhwqhzdmxzen Fees Up for Ministerial League

first_imgThe Ministry of Youth and Sports has significantly increased the registration fees of the Inter-ministerial, Public Corporations and Agencies League from US$350 to US$500.Director of Sports Navarro M. Saykie, Sr., told the Daily Observer Wednesday that the increment is intended to improve the organization and awards of the tournament.The tournament includes football, kickball and volleyball.“The increase is also to meet the demand of match officials in the three events,” he said.The increment in the fees has caused slow registration from ministries, public corporations, agencies and other government branches (Legislature and Judiciary).Investigation further revealed that the slow pace in registration will most likely change the date of the opening of tournament, from Wednesday, the 5th of March 2014.Volleyball triple champs, Ministry of Finance, which is also football title holder, is said to be set to defend the title as well as kickball triple title holder, NASSCORP.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Category: uzgwhhwqhzdmxzen Dahn Quits Liberty Party

first_imgJust two months after joining the Liberty Party (LP), Dr. Kadiker Rex Dahn has withdrawn his membership from the party and has announced crossing over to the governing Unity Party (UP).Dr. Dahn, deputy director-general of the National Commission on Higher Education, is an aspirant for the representative seat of Buuyao Electoral District #5 in Nimba County.In his letter dated April 17 and addressed to the LP secretary-general, Jacob Smith, Dr. Dahn wrote: “I wish to … officially withdraw my membership and those of my followers from the party with immediate effect.”Mr. Smith has meanwhile welcomed Dr. Dahn’s decision, saying, “This is all about democracy, especially for a party that believes in the free will of all irrespective of party affiliation.”According to Dr. Dahn, however, his decision to quit the LP is based on the common maxim, “A wise man changes.”It can be recalled that on February 11 this year, Dr. Dahn led over 5,000 individuals from several quarters of vote-rich Nimba County to join the LP.“But regrettably,” said Dr. Dahn, “our earlier prediction or probability that the LP would prove to be a party of inclusiveness and ability to champion national reconciliation seem not to have fallen on fertile ground, given the early negative warning and politically unfavorable signs.”He said the LP has and continues to levy serious criticisms against the UP, especially against Vice President Joseph N. Boakai, “most of which are baseless.”Dr. Dahn said, “LP political leader Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine’s use of an undiplomatic word like ‘nonsense’ against the sitting vice president is quite troubling.”Furthermore, Dr. Dahn said the lack of persuasive and compelling arguments why Cllr. Brumskine wants to be the President of Liberia is extremely disturbing.“Brumskine’s declaration that the time for the people of Grand Bassa County has come and that he wants to eat ‘dumboy’ in the Executive Mansion should not be the sole reason to come to power. In my mind, such an ethnocentric utterance disqualifies him for national leadership. It also seems to me that Mr. Brumskine appears to be someone who will not champion national reconciliation urgently needed in our country,” Dahn said.“In view of the above,” he said, “I write to immediately tender my resignation and those of my followers from the Liberty Party; but we will see at the October polls.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Dr. Kadiker Rex Dahn – Advertisement –last_img read more

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Category: uzgwhhwqhzdmxzen Piracy threatens future of sports broadcasting

first_imgFounded by Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani in 2015, it holds the rights for a range of sports in 11 markets, but Singapore has proved a major headache.“Piracy is everywhere… It is an existential problem for broadcasters,” Watson told AFP in an interview at the company’s London headquarters, though he said the extent of the problem varies from place to place.“Piracy is rampant in Singapore. It is a very law-abiding nation but piracy is pretty much treated there as legitimate.“The levels of piracy are hard to make the business work but it was not only us who suffered.”Watson, who joined Eleven Sports in 2015 after a successful seven-year spell at BT Sport, during which the company ate into Sky’s portfolio by muscling in on the Premier League, said the solution is to offer a good-value product, not to fight through the courts.“In the end the answer is about accessibility for consumers. It is about making good-value products available everywhere to consumers at a reasonable price where they want it, when they want it,” he said.Watson believes the music industry has managed to combat illegal streaming of content by going down that route.“Sports rights owners and federations themselves need to back that by supporting rights holders to make available content everywhere at all times and at reasonable prices,” he said.Watson, a lawyer by profession, says his bold approach at both BT Sport and now Eleven Sports is born of necessity.– Disruptor –“I am definitely prepared to disrupt the status quo if I think there is good business in it,” he said. “I did it at BT because it really needed at that moment to grow its business.“We are doing it here because of that. If you are a new entry you have to be prepared to be a disruptor as there is no other way of entering an existing established marketplace but to be a disruptor.”Despite its status as a jewel in the broadcasting crown, the rampant inflation associated with Premier League rights has slowed.In February, Sky and BT paid a combined £4.46 billion ($5.9 billion) for domestic rights to England’s top football tier for 2019-2022, significantly less than the £5.1 billion they forked out in the previous auction.It is understood BT subsequently paid £90 million for a further package of games and Amazon made an intriguing foray into the market, though it is unclear how much they paid.Watson expects the slowdown to be temporary, with appetites undiminished.“Live sport is always going to be an essential commodity because it can drive consumer behaviour,” he said.“Sports rights will rise and fall over time, most markets are flattening around the world but only because they rose so quickly.“There is a modest correction taking place and will continue for some time and at some point in the coming years it will pick up.“Something I don’t see changing is the sons of today will turn into the fathers of tomorrow and still want to sit on the sofa to watch their team play football and predominantly still live.”0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000The Premier League is a huge international draw © AFP/File / CHRIS J RATCLIFFELONDON, United Kingdom, Oct 13 – Piracy poses an existential problem for broadcast rights holders but there are no signs that live sport is losing its glittering allure, according to Eleven Sports chief executive Marc Watson.The company — a relative upstart in a cut-throat field — has got its hands on a number of high-profile events this year, adding the UK and Irish rights to the PGA Championship, La Liga and Serie A to a growing portfolio.last_img read more

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Category: uzgwhhwqhzdmxzen Exclusive – Pardew has lost the dressing room! Quinn says Newcastle manager must go

first_imgNewcastle manager Alan Pardew has lost the dressing room and his tenure must be brought to an end.That is the view of Micky Quinn after Saturday’s thumping 4-0 defeat at Southampton left the Magpies bottom of the Premier League and still searching for their first victory of the season.“I think it is over for Pardew,” said the former Toon star, speaking on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.“think he has taken them as far as they can and, on that performance on Saturday, he has lost the dressing room.”Supporters called for Pardew to be sacked throughout the match at St Mary’s, and Quinn feels the 53-year-old only has himself to blame for losing their backing.“On Saturday morning I thought they should give Pardew three or four games to see if he can turn things around. But since January this year they have won three Premier League games. It is not good enough,” continued Quinn.“The fans, when they are on your side, are the best in the world. But if things are not going well, they get frustrated.“Pardew has been blaming the fans and I was told, when I first went to Newcastle, not to react to the fans and get on the wrong side because then you are finished. And it looks like that for Alan Pardew.”last_img read more

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Category: uzgwhhwqhzdmxzen Mathare back in the grove as Gor shares spoils

first_img0Shares0000Mathare United James Kinyanjui Tyrus Otieno and Kevin Kimani celebrates a goal. Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYANAIROBI, Kenya, Dec 29 – Mathare United returned to winning ways in a scintillating fashion after handing Nzoia Sugar a 4-0 beating while champions Gor Mahia were held to a 1-1 draw by Posta Rangers in the two Kenyan Premier League matches played Sunday in various venues across the country. At the Moi International Sports Center Kasarani, Mathare United ended a two-match winless run to climb a position in the table, occupying ninth position while Nzoia picked their third straight defeat, stretching their winless run to 11 matches and inch closer to relegation spot. The win for Mathare United saw them bounce back from a 3-0 drubbing to AFC Leopards last weekend.Nzoia Sugar’s Kevin Juma controls the ball away from Mathare United’s James Kinyanjui. Photo/RAYMOND MAKHATAExperienced Clifford Alwanga gave Mathare the lead in the 37th minute to ensure the Slum Boys headed to the interval in the driving seat.Mathare returned rejuvenated in the second half adding three more goals thanks to Daniel Otieno who stroke eight minutes in the half time, James Kinyanjui netted the third in the 71st minute while Otieno sealed the win two minutes later.–Gor held-Gor Mahia players line up before the Mashemeji Derby on November 10, 2019. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluIn the other fixture of the day, Gor Mahia who were without the head coach Steven Polack and forwards Francis Afriyie as well as well as well as Ivorian Gislain Yikpe, settled for a draw with skipper Kenneth Muguna coming to their rescue at the jaws of Posta Rangers.After a goalless draw in the first half, hosts Rangers took the lead in the 56th minute through Joseph Mbugu from the penalty spot.With Rangers destined to pick the entire points, Muguna was to rescue Gor with a goal five minutes from time in the absence of head coach Pollack who is away on holiday.With the draw, Gor extended their lead at the top of the log with one point above second-placed Tusker FC who have played two games more.0Shares0000(Visited 17 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Category: uzgwhhwqhzdmxzen Valencia hoping for more of the same

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson “Tony had seven great years and I took over a great program, but I’m putting in a little of my own personality,” said O’Connell, whose team is 4-6-4 entering Friday’s league opener at Hart (13-3). “Most of these girls are used to doing things one way, but they’re adapting. Hopefully, playing in these tough games will set us up well for league.” All together now: After a stressful holiday break that forced him to deal with several players missing parts of workouts or practices all together because of family vacations and other commitments, Canyon High girls’ soccer coach Steve Ladanyi was happy to see his team back at full strength in Monday’s nonleague game at Chaminade of West Hills. Canyon became the third Foothill League team this season to defeat the Eagles, recording a 4-0 victory, with Courtney Belsheim, Sierra Goff, Michelle Moore and Alexia Zatarain leading the offensive charge. More than the goal production, Ladanyi was impressed at the way the Cowboys wore down Chaminade, with all of the goals coming in the second half. “We were flipping our outside midfielders every 10 minutes, and our center midfielders and our forwards every 15 minutes, and that really seemed to work well,” Ladanyi said. “They passed well and they played with good speed. If they keep playing this way, I think we’ll be OK.” Although Ladanyi won’t have a full roster for Friday’s league opener against Burbank because of some players having previous family commitments, he is optimistic that Canyon can take the first step toward winning a fifth consecutive title. The first of two showdowns with rival Saugus is scheduled for Jan. 13, with the Centurions being the primary threat to end the Cowboys’ dominant run. Canyon is 31-1-8 in league during the past four seasons. “We just want to build on the Chaminade win going into Burbank,” Ladanyi said. “Hopefully, we get a good result and continue to build on it from there.” No room for error: Following his team’s loss to El Camino Real of Woodland Hills in the championship game of the Hart girls’ soccer tournament, Louis Romero had a simple message for his players: No more losses. Hart, which leads the area with 13 victories, had a nine-game winning streak snapped against El Camino Real. The Indians will look to rebound in their league opener Friday against visiting Valencia. Should Hart not drop another game the rest of the regular season, it would be in position to win its first league title since 2000, when it captured the last of its seven consecutive championships. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The Valencia High girls’ soccer team was one of the feel-good stories of last season, coming within one half of sharing the Foothill League title last season with four-time Canyon. Quite a bit has changed for the Vikings since last February, with Tony Scalercio stepping down after seven years to take over the school’s boys’ soccer team and his daughter, Kierra, along with Mackenzie Baer and Kyle Schnurr graduating off a team that finished 5-1-4 in league, 10-3-9 overall. “When you lose three all-league players, it’s tough,” first-year coach Sean O’Connell said. “We have a young team with a lot of young talent. But the leadership has been awesome. I’ve given (Jackie Keeley, Brooke Gauvin, Adrianna Hermosillo, Nicole Gingrich and Laura Gingrich) a lot of responsibility, but they’ve done a great job with it.” Although O’Connell inherited a wealth of expectations following Scalercio’s success the past seven seasons, Valencia has performed well during the first month of the season, despite competing against one of the toughest schedules in the area. last_img read more

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Category: uzgwhhwqhzdmxzen DONEGAL’S SINN FEIN DEPUTIES LAUNCH POSTCARD CAMPAIGN ON PHONE ALLOWANCE

first_imgPearse and Pa‡draig launch the telephone allowance cut campaignDonegal Sinn Féin TDs Pearse Doherty and Pádraig MacLochlainn have this morning launched a postcard campaign to reverse the cut to the phone allowance.The launch comes as Donegal Daily revealed the concerns of one man who recently lost his aunt following a burglary at her home in Raphoe.Joe McKean told us how he was now calling on the Government to reverse the scrapping of the phone allowance. Joe’s aunt Suzy Arthur died after she broke her hip when she was thrown to the ground at her home in Raphoe during a raid by burglars in July.Speaking from Leinster House the Donegal Sinn Fein Deputies MacLochlainn and Doherty said this budget has hit older people particularly hard.“One of the most cynical cuts is the cut to the telephone allowance.“Older people rely on the telephone as an essential lifeline. They need it for their alarm, to keep in touch with friends and relatives and of course the health services and community groups. “This cut comes on top of a range of cuts affecting older people, particularly in rural areas, such as the cut to rural transport, loss of services and additional costs such as prescription charges.“We are call on people to ‘Press the Alarm for the elderly’. Sinn Féin has printed 25,000 postcards which will be distributed across rural Ireland which call on people to raise this issue on the local media, and to lobby their local government representatives to have this cut and other cuts reversed.“Sinn Féin put forward proposals in our alternative budget that would have reduced the deficit in a fair way without putting the burden on the most vulnerable in society such as older people living in isolated rural areas.”   DONEGAL’S SINN FEIN DEPUTIES LAUNCH POSTCARD CAMPAIGN ON PHONE ALLOWANCE was last modified: October 17th, 2013 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) Tags:Budget 2014PADRAIG MACLOCHLAINNPearse DohertyPONE ALLOWNCElast_img read more

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Category: uzgwhhwqhzdmxzen SAOLTA CLAIMS IT IS COMMITTED TO CANCER SERVICES IN DONEGAL – FULL STATEMENT

first_imgThe group responsible for overseeing breast cancer services at Letterkenny General Hospital has issued a statement on the issue.The Saolta University Health Care Group has outlined what the claim is the facts on the matter.It also gives a breakdown on the statistics and how it is trying to cope with the backlog of cancer referrals. They claim they are committed to maintaining cancer services at Letterkenny General Hospital.This is their statement in full.Background to the Symptomatic Breast Cancer ServiceWhen GP referrals are received into a Symptomatic Breast Unit ‘Triple Assessment Clinic’ such as the one at Letterkenny General Hospital they are triaged into two groups: 1 Urgent – These patients are to be seen within 10 workings days as per the National Cancer Control Programme (NCCP) Guidelines2 Routine – These patients should be seen within 84 days as per the NCCP Guidelines.Over the course of 2014, on average Letterkenny General Hospital saw 70% of its urgent referrals within the 2-week target and 61% of routine referrals within the 12-week target.The priority for Saolta University Health Care Group – Letterkenny General Hospital remains the appointments for patients who meet the criteria for an urgent appointment and these are all being given appointments at LGH.Routine Referrals The longest waiting patients for routine referrals have been contacted over the past weeks and offered appointments at LGH.In addition to these patients, there is a second group of patients waiting who are also outside the recommended waiting time of 84 days.Sixty-five of these patients are now being contacted and offered an appointment at University Hospital Galway to avoid them having to wait any longer.They are being informed that they may opt to wait for a later appointment in Letterkenny but they are being clinically advised to take the earlier appointment in Galway. Mr Tony Canavan, Chief Operating Officer of Saolta University Health Care Group, stated, “As we do not have the capacity to deal with all referrals locally in Letterkenny in a timely manner, we are re-introducing the availability of support services from Galway and we would encourage all patients to avail of the first appointment that is on offer.“Saolta University Health Care Group – Letterkenny General Hospital regrets the distress that these longer waiting times have caused to patients. We are re-introducing these support services from UHG to ensure that all patients will be seen within the recommended time frames.“There is a validation exercise currently taking place around the waiting lists at the Symptomatic Breast Service at Letterkenny General Hospital. However, as there is a clinical requirement that patients who have been waiting longer than the recommended time-frame be seen as soon as possible, we decided to contact these sixty-five patients to offer them an appointment even before the waiting list validation exercise is complete.“The provision of appointments at UHG is part of the support services that Saolta University Health Care Group is providing to the Symptomatic Breast Service at Letterkenny General Hospital.“Among the other measures that were put in place were additional clinics provided by LGH breast cancer service as well as the recruitment of a locum consultant breast surgeon who ran three clinics recently, seeing 60 women per clinic. Saolta University Health Care Group – Letterkenny General Hospital also plans to run extra clinics in addition to those normally run by the current surgeon. Agreement has also been reached to recruit GP support to the service to also address some of the pressures being experienced and this recruitment process has started.“Saolta University Health Care Group – Letterkenny General Hospital will continue to support the Letterkenny Symptomatic Breast Disease Unit as part of its cancer services. It will be putting measures in place such as the appointment locally of an Advanced Nurse Practitioner, and will also ensure the further integration of the service across the Group.“As part of that integration, the Group is finalising plans to centralise the referral process for its symptomatic breast service. Currently referral letters are sent to Letterkenny and to Galway and it is proposed to centralise the assessment of these letters in Galway. The aim is to have a standardised referral process across the Saolta cancer service to ensure that patients in the west are receiving a similar, equitable level of care, regardless of their county of origin. The centralisation of the referral process will involve the triage (prioritising) of all referral letters in Galway.“I must emphasise that this is not a centralisation of the appointments and we expect that most patients in the vicinity of LGH will be seen at LGH, except – as outlined above – when situations arise where patients are waiting too long for an appointment.“We believe that this is in the best interests of women in the west, and will enhance the service on both sites and will help to ensure the future for the service in Letterkenny.“It will also mean that we can avoid having significant capacity problems in one location while we have available capacity in another.”Mr Maurice Power, chief executive of Saolta University Health Care Group says Saolta University Health Care Group is committed to maintaining the cancer service at LGH and will work to ensure that all necessary steps are put in place to ensure that any impact on patients is minimised.“Letterkenny General Hospital has an important part to play within the Group in the provision of services and the re-building and full re-commissioning of the hospital after the recent floods remains a top priority for the Group.“In a meeting facilitated by the offices of Ministers McHugh and Varadkar, we will be meeting next Friday (Feb 27) with officials from the Department of Health and the National Cancer Control Programme and with various stakeholders and we look forward to the opportunity to underline the Group’s support for LGH.“Senior management from the Saolta University Health Care Group – Letterkenny General Hospital will also be meeting local public representatives early next week.”SAOLTA CLAIMS IT IS COMMITTED TO CANCER SERVICES IN DONEGAL – FULL STATEMENT was last modified: February 25th, 2015 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)Tags:cancer servicesdonegalSaoltalast_img read more

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Category: uzgwhhwqhzdmxzen New Killybegs Harbour Business brochure to be launched

first_imgThe new Killybegs Harbour Business brochure, which showcases Killybegs as the modern, vibrant and forward looking harbour location off the North West coast, will be launched on Monday, 24th October at 7pm in the Bayview Hotel, Killybegs.This brochure will serve as a tool to market the facilities available and the on-line version can be adapted to reflect the ever-changing landscape and services in the harbour.Cathaoirleach of Donegal County Council, Cllr Terence Slowey says that Donegal County Council is delighted to deliver this marketing tool for Killybegs. “Killybegs plays a very important role within our county and the economic and tourism spin-off from the harbour is very significant. We have been working in partnership with the Killybegs Business Chamber and the Department of Argiculture, Food and the Marine to develop this brochure which will serve as an important marketing tool for Killybegs”.The brochure outlines all the key facts about Ireland’s premier sea-port from the manufacturing and engineering companies who deliver their products to various parts of the world from their Killybegs base, to the more recent facilitation of cruise ships into its deep water harbour – where they can disembark and explore Donegal.Local facilities, services and service providers are also included and Donegal Airport is showcased for it’s role as a transport hub and air-support base for offshore operations particularly since exploration activity commenced off Ireland’s western and north western seaboard in 1998.The brochure also acknowledges the important role LYIT has in delivering practical and theoretical education in Wind Energy Technology. The continued investment in the harbour in Killybegs has allowed it to evolve into a multi-functional port serving the fishing, energy and cruise sectors.This new brochure positions Killybegs as the offshore centre of choice for logistics, cargo handling, manufacturing, engineering, vessel support and leisure cruising. Killybegs has a wealth of expertise and its adaptability and flexibility ensures that it can meet any challenge in an ever-changing environment.New Killybegs Harbour Business brochure to be launched was last modified: October 18th, 2016 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)last_img read more

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Category: uzgwhhwqhzdmxzen €15 million settlement for Donegal boy (4) over injuries at birth

first_imgA Donegal boy, injured during his birth at the Coombe Hospital in Dublin, in 2012, has been awarded €15 million at the High Court.Eoin McCallig from Dunkineely was born on November 24th 2012RTÉ report that the court heard the Coombe Hospital stopped monitoring Eoin’s heart rate at 9.30am on the morning of his birth. The parents alleged that if he had been monitored further, medical staff would have seen he was in distress.He was born at around 11.30am and the court heard he had been deprived of oxygen in the 20 minutes just before he was born.If he had been monitored and delivered early, he would not have suffered such injuries, the court heard.The court was told Eoin was a very bright boy who will be five years old on Friday. But he cannot walk or talk and can communicate only with his eyes and expressions. The hospital apologised to Eoin and his parents for his injuries and for the devastating consequences for the family.Eoin’s father, Anthony, said the family could forgive a mistake, but they could not forgive the way HSE dealt with their family and others in such cases.He told the High Court President Mr Justice Peter Kelly that the culture and procedures needed to change.Mr McCallig said the HSE had spent €800 million over the last ten years in fighting these cases and he said the money could be put to better use.He said the settlement of €15m would never change what happened to Eoin, but it would give them some comfort as they knew that if they died, Eoin would be looked after. Mr Justice Kelly said no amount of money would compensate for the catastrophic injuries suffered by Eoin, but the settlement would allow him to be sufficiently supported in his life.Mr Justice Kelly said no amount of money would compensate for the catastrophic injuries suffered by Eoin, but the settlement would allow him to be sufficiently supported in his life.He said he echoed Mr McCallig’s comments and said there must be a better way of dealing with these cases than trials in the High Court, before making admissions just before the trial date and making offers on the morning of a hearing. He said there must be a better way than litigation to the bitter end.€15 million settlement for Donegal boy (4) over injuries at birth was last modified: November 22nd, 2017 by Staff WriterShare 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:Anthony McCalligDubkineelyEoin McCalligHIGH COURTlast_img read more

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