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Police appeal for info on Motorbike involved in Creggan Heights ‘hit and run’

first_img Facebook Pinterest By News Highland – June 11, 2013 Twitter 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Google+ Google+ Facebook Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Police in Foyle have issued a further appeal for information in relation to a hit and run incident in the Creggan Heights area on Friday, June 7th when a 7 year old girl was badly injured.Yesterday a 23 year-old local man appeared in court in connection with the incident.A 23-year-old  David Gerard McCloskey of 138 Creggan Heights in Derry appeared on five counts in relation to the incident on June 7.McCloskey was charged with causing injury by dangerous driving, failing to remain at the scene of an accident, failing to report an accident and failing to stop.McCloskey was also charged with having no insurance or driving licence on the same date and carrying an unauthorised person on a motorcycle.He was remanded in custody to appear again on July 4.Officers continue to investigating the incident and are keen to trace the blue motorcycle involved in the collision.Anyone with information about its current whereabouts is asked to contact police at Strand Road. Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORcenter_img Pinterest WhatsApp WhatsApp Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry News Previous articleTDs promise to fight for the retention of Donegal’s specialist pre-schoolsNext articleJill Meagher was her killer’s 22nd rape victim News Highland Police appeal for info on Motorbike involved in Creggan Heights ‘hit and run’ 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

Gabriel Ebert Joins Harvey Fierstein for Gently Down the Stream Off-Broadway

first_imgHarvey Fierstein & Gabe Ebert(Photo: Bruce Glikas) Gabriel Ebert will join fellow Tony winner Harvey Fierstein in the world premiere of Martin Sherman’s Gently Down the Stream at the Public Theater. The off-Broadway production will begin performances on March 14, 2017 and run through April 23 (instead of the previously announced April 16). Sean Mathias directs the staging, which is set to open on April 5. The cast will also include off-Broadway alum Christopher Sears.The play takes place during the dawn of online dating and follows Beau (Fierstein), a pianist in London who meets the eccentric lawyer Rufus (Ebert). Their relationship allows Beau to reexamine what it means to love as a gay man in a new generation.Ebert won a Tony Award in 2013 for his performance in Matilda. He has since appeared on Broadway in Casa Valentina (written by Fierstein) and Thérèse Raquin. His additional credits include Peer Gynt and Preludes on stage and The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks and Ricki and the Flash on screen. Sears recently appeared off-Broadway in The Harvest; his additional credits include Stupid Fu**ing Bird and London Wall.Gently Down the Stream will feature set design by Derek McLane, costumes by Michael Krass, lighting design by Peter Kaczorowski and sound design by Rob Milburn and Michael Bodeen. Related Shows View Commentscenter_img Show Closed This production ended its run on May 21, 2017 Gently Down the Streamlast_img read more

Hydrocephalus Awareness Month, 2017

first_imgLike Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Proclamations WHEREAS, Hydrocephalus is a condition that has no cure with the primary characteristic being an accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid in the brain resulting in abnormal widening of ventricles in the brain, causing harmful pressure which can be fatal if untreated; andWHEREAS, there are two primary types of hydrocephalus, congenital, appearing at birth, and acquired, which develops at birth or some point afterward; andWHEREAS, in the United States, Hydrocephalus occurs in about 1.5 per 1000 births, and children with this condition often experience seizures, motor disabilities, vision problems, and intellectual disabilities; andWHEREAS, Hydrocephalus is not solely a pediatric condition. Over one million Americans are living with this condition, and anyone can get hydrocephalus at any time from a brain injury, infection, tumor, or, for unknown reasons, as part of the aging process; andWHEREAS, it is estimated that 700,000 seniors are living with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus, but less than 20% are properly diagnosed. Many remain undiagnosed or misdiagnosed with Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s, as the primary symptoms mimic those of aging or dementia; andWHEREAS, currently the only treatment for hydrocephalus is the surgical insertion of a shunt system that diverts the flow of cerebrospinal fluid to another area of the body where it can join the normal circulatory process; andWHEREAS, over 36,000 shunt surgeries are performed each year, and 50% of shunts will fail within 2 years, and 70% will fail within 10 years, making shunt procedures the number one reason for brain surgery in children; andWHEREAS, the Commonwealth joins the Pennsylvania community of the Hydrocephalus Association and the National Hydrocephalus Association, in conjunction with leaders from professional, community, and medical-based organizations, in increasing public awareness of hydrocephalus and research funding to better address the needs of families, resulting in better health for all individuals.THEREFORE, I, Tom Wolf, Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, do hereby proclaim September 2017 as HYDROCEPHALUS AWARENESS MONTH. I encourage all Pennsylvanians to support those living with and affected by this condition.GIVEN under my hand and the Seal of the Governor, at the City of Harrisburg, this fifteenth day of September two thousand seventeen, the year of the commonwealth the two hundred forty-second.TOM WOLFGovernorRead full text of the letter below. You can also view the letter on Scribd and as a PDF.Governor Wolf Proclamation — Hydrocephalus Awareness Month 2017 by Governor Tom Wolf on Scribd Hydrocephalus Awareness Month, 2017 September 15, 2017last_img read more

Govt changes its tune on drug war

first_imgNewsTalk ZB 30 March 2016The government is agreeing with a major study which found a punitive approach to drug offending is doing more harm than good.The joint John Hopkins University-British Medical Journal study noted the ‘War on Drugs’ has had “no measurable impact on supply or use”, and in fact countries which had liberalised their non-violence related drug laws like Portugal and the Czech Republic saw a rise in “public health benefits, cost savings, lower incarceration [rates] and no significant increase in problematic drug use”.Associate Health Minister Peter Dunne said the government is preparing to take more of a health focus on drugs and balancing that against their classification.Dunne said it’ll happen over the next two years and with the new focus, penalties will be looked at, as will handling those caught with small amounts of cannabis for their own personal use.“The excessively legalistic punitive approach has failed,” he said. “We need to treat these issues as health issues.”“I’ve never used the term ‘the War on Drugs’, so I’m delighted to see that it’s been consigned to the scrap heap, because I think it was unduly provocative and unnecessary.”However, Dunne said it won’t mean the legalisation of cannabis.“You have to get 61 votes in Parliament to pass such a move. Last time I checked with political parties, the total score of parties supporting was zero.”Health Minister Jonathan Coleman said marijuana won’t be made legal any time soon.“We’ve got too many drugs in society. I mean cannabis is very carcinogenic. I don’t think it would be a good idea to have more people smoking more cannabis”.Coleman said he’s not ruling out allowing medical cannabis.“There’s a big difference between loose leaf cannabis and cannabis being available as an extract in a medicine where you can run a proper clinical trial”.Former drug squad detective Keith Price, who’s now a Napier City Councillor told Larry Williams the current law is sufficient to deal with the issue.He believes police have already softened their approach, and are using discretion a lot more often.“You can’t get away from the point that it causes crime, abnormal behaviour, anti social and under motivated people”.A number of states in the US, including Oregon, Colorado, and Washington, have decriminalised marijuana possession and ownership in recent years, creating a regulated, taxable market.http://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/news/politics/govt-changes-tune-on-approach-to-drug-offending/Govt won’t decriminalise cannabisNewsHub 30 March 2016The Government is considering a softer approach to low-level drug offences, but says it’s not considering decriminalising cannabis.The shift in policy comes as a study is released showing the war on drugs has done more harm than good.It’s been almost 45 years since former US president Richard Nixon declared a war on drugs, and now it’s been declared a failure.A new study by the John Hopkins University in the US concluded the international War on Drugs approach to drug offending hasn’t worked, and could even have made things worse.“I agree entirely,” says Associate Health Minister Peter Dunne. “It has failed, and we’ve been saying that from New Zealand’s perspective for some time now.”READ MORE: http://www.newshub.co.nz/politics/govt-wont-decriminalise-cannabis-2016033018#axzz44QWkpCU3last_img read more