Delta Corporation Limited (DLTA.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Beverages sector has released it’s 2010 interim results for the half year.For more information about Delta Corporation Limited (DLTA.zw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Delta Corporation Limited (DLTA.zw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Delta Corporation Limited (DLTA.zw) 2010 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileDelta Corporation Limited manufacturers and markets international and locally-produced beverages in Zimbabwe. It operates in four segments: non-alcoholic beverages, sparkling beverages, lager beers and traditional beers. Brands in its non-alcoholic range are a flavoured maize drink called Shumba Maheu, and a flavoured drinking yoghurt called Supersip Yogurt. The sparkling beverages division operates two bottling plants and one canning plant; bottling and distributing popular cool drink brands sold worldwide by the Coca-Cola Company, a range of drink mixes and an energy drink called Burn. The lager beer division operates two breweries; bottling and distributing international brands such as Castle Lite, Miller’s, Peroni, Redds, Brutal Fruit and Sarita. Delta Corporation Limited has a monopoly in the traditional beer market in Zimbabwe with 14 breweries located across the country; brewing and distributing a well-known sorghum beer brand called Chibuku. Other subsidiaries have interests in transport and logistics, barley and sorghum malting, food processing, packaging, retailing wines and spirits, recycling, tin can production and leadership training. Delta Corporation Limited is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange
TAGS: Investigation “Medical cover needs to see them through their ageing. It needs to be seen as lifelong cover,” she insists. As matters stand, rugby union players are only medically covered for the nine months after the end of their contract. After that, save for any RPA assistance, they’re on their own.The RPA are reviewing their services in the wake of Covid-19, and Bryan says that this is slated to be part of discussions. “Part of our review is how should the wider game, not just Restart, put a more systematic plan in place for how players can cope with the effects of their playing career.”The UK Rugby Health Project does suggest one innovative idea which may help with this systematicity – monitoring injuries at player level rather than club level.Dr Hind says: “When a player signs a new contract, a medical record of their injuries will not usually follow them into another club. An individual player’s injury history could instead be followed as they move across professional contracts, and specific strength, conditioning and therapy prescribed to prevent recurrence of injury.” But, as she acknowledges, there may be a problem.“This information could help look after that player, but they might not want to disclose that for fear of not getting a contract. There needs to be more transparency, more care, more understanding of the situation from a player’s point of view.”It’s not the only place where players, clubs and governing bodies come into conflict. One of the interesting aspects of the UK Rugby Health Project is that it is independently funded, something relatively rare amongst rugby studies. After all, who’s going to fund research into rugby if not rugby?Watching over: World Rugby govern the sport (Getty Images)This means studies are often reliant on the investment of governing bodies, whose funds allow a far greater amount of research to take place than would otherwise be possible. But how much control do these organisations have over any research findings?Buried in a publicly accessible World Rugby contract are two short clauses which grant the organisation full power to selectively publish potentially seismic results. Clause 5.5 – ‘All Results and Results IPR shall be owned by the Company from the date of their creation’, and 5.7 – ‘The Applicant shall only be entitled to publish and/or disclose to a third party the whole and/or any part of the Results with the prior written approval of the Company’.According to a 2016 investigation by the NZ Herald, these clauses have already been at the centre of a research dispute between World Rugby, New Zealand Rugby and scientists from the Auckland University of Technology (AUT).The Herald investigation claims that “World Rugby and the NZRU did not give approval for the full report and all the results to be released”, meaning potentially important conclusions may have been omitted from the final presentation.Read next: IS IT TIME TO RETHINK STRENGTH & CONDITIONING IN RUGBY?For example, one of the key passages, whose release World Rugby and NZRU reportedly would not sanction, was obtained by the Weekend Herald under the Official Information Act. It reads: “To better address the implications for player neurocognitive health, we believe players should be aware of the potential increased long-term risk of cognitive impairment from concussion, so they can make informed choices about engagement in sport and return to play following injury.”The NZRU and World Rugby deny the New Zealand Herald report, but the former’s most senior scientist, Dr Ken Quarrie, has spoken publicly about the conflict of interest between scientific research and governing bodies.Guided by science: Dr Ken Quarrie (Getty Images)“I have grappled with the inherent conflict that is associated with such research, but not doing it is not an option,” says Dr Quarrie. “I personally do not believe that a national sporting organisation (NSO) can claim to be a truly independent arbiter of such research, and in my time with the NZRU we never sought to do so.”The future? Rugby seems to have hit a stumbling block. Scientific research is desperately needed in a sport played by 2.5 million in the UK and Ireland alone. The startling results of the UK Rugby Health Project suggest that research into the repercussions of a professional career has barely scratched the surface.These Durham University researchers still have a lot more data and information to publish – their paper on cumulative injuries is the first of at least eight, with future work due on the relationship between injuries and mental health, cognitivity and brain markers respectively.These could begin to provide biological explanations for the symptoms of post-concussion syndrome or give us more clues into a possible link between head trauma and motor neurone disease. Dr Hind is also co-leading the Global Rugby Health Research network alongside colleagues from AUT. It all shows that we’re only just seeing the effects of a professional career on retired athletes.Study ahead: More to learn from studying injuries (Getty Images)The dilemma is this. Does rugby pursue truly independent research but accept that a lack of funding may lead to slower progress? Or do governing bodies plough money into their own studies yet be unable to be a ‘truly independent arbiter’ of this research? Neither option is especially appealing.One answer could be for governing bodies to consider removing the clauses in their academic contracts which give them sole control over the release of research. Governing bodies are worried about the potential impact such research could have on participation numbers – but is the cat already out of the bag? A 2017 study has shown that only 45% of former elite rugby players would recommend a career in the professional game to family and friends – a depressingly high number.It’s a number which shows players are bearing chronic pain in their hips, their knees, their backs and their heads. It’s been a problem since the birth of professionalism. And if the risks aren’t known, the game won’t change. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Can’t get to the shops? You can download the digital edition of Rugby World straight to your tablet or subscribe to the print edition to get the magazine delivered to your door.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Jacob Whitehead analyses a recent Durham University study into rugby injuries “Living in the bubble of professional sport is a privilege and one day it is going to burst. I bump into retired team-mates all the time and their message is unanimous. The real world is not nearly as much fun.” – Dylan HartleyThe fact that rugby is a brutal and attritional sport is uncontroversial, but as Dylan Hartley’s book The Hurt demonstrates, rugby is only just beginning to understand that the pain does not stop the moment a player retires.A new study by Durham University scientists has become the first investigation to analyse the cumulative injury-load of an elite player – and then measure the sustained impact on the athlete’s life after they retire. Commencing in 2016 as an independently-funded development of the New Zealand Rugby Health project, 189 former elite rugby players (145 from union, 44 from league) took part alongside control groups.The researchers were testing for trauma, taking a detailed account of each participant’s injury history, prodding every inch as they took blood, ran bone density scans, studied brain response, put them through ECGs and even balance tests. Ex-Premiership stalwart Tom May referred to the test as an ‘MOT’ on his Twitter account.Dr Karen Hind leads the project and has specifically worked on musculoskeletal health and rugby for more than a decade, including groundbreaking research into the hidden toll on players’ spines. Speaking to Rugby World, Dr Hind explained how some of her most recent findings surprised her.Read next: CHRONIC PAIN, CANNABIS AND RUGBY“When the numbers came in it was eye-opening how many injuries players were sustaining. If they’re suffering multiple traumatic injuries during their playing career, what does that mean once they retire? It’s only natural that repetitive trauma is going to cause problems in later life, it doesn’t just go away. We’ve known this, it just needed to be quantified with evidence. That’s what our study is looking to provide – the numbers.”High profile: Former England’s captain Dylan Hartley (Getty Images)These numbers themselves are startling. A player averages 1.6 injuries per season over a playing career of 24.3 years. Add those numbers up and that’s nearly 40 injuries before retirement. The stark statistics lead to an important question – how vulnerable are players once their rugby stops?“The players were really responsive to the project,” Dr Hind explains. “A frequent comment from former rugby players was that while they are signed to a contract, the medical care and support is there, but when they retire they don’t have any specific medical support and are left to sort it out. This can be daunting and expensive, or mean long waiting times on the NHS.”The UK Rugby Health Project aims to supply the objective figures to the testimony of players like James Haskell, who spoke candidly about the issue on his podcast The Good, the Bad and the Rugby.“I hadn’t got medical insurance because all the way through our careers we were looked after. I had no aid to get an MRI scan on three parts of my body. I need treatment on three bulging discs, I need an injection in my ankle, I need shoulder surgery. And no one’s going to pay for that apart from me. And obviously you don’t get insurance pay-outs because it’s all classed as wear and tear. And we are not unique.”Judging by the findings of Dr Hind’s team, Haskell is certainly correct when he claims not to be alone. Retired players are up to nine times more likely to suffer the continued effect of injuries than control subjects who have never played a contact sport. Osteoarthritis is more than twice as likely in ex-professional players than the general population (51% v 22%). 68% of players have suffered a knee ligament injury, and 27% are still affected by that knee – compared to corresponding figures of 20% and 7% amongst non-contact sport athletes.Reading the report is to be reminded that the injuries of a career are chronic, and the battle with chronic pain never stops.Work in the women’s game is also taking place. “We’re also studying female rugby players but haven’t got enough numbers there yet,” says Dr Hind. “From what we’ve seen in the data coming back from retired females, we’re looking at exactly the same situation.”Crossover: Initial data suggests women’s game will see similar (Getty Images)So what’s being done about this?For those involved in the UK Rugby Health Project, these figures demand action, and the report makes several recommendations focused around player welfare.Dr Hind adds: “Players are not commodities but human beings who’ve got families and lives ahead of them. They need to be looked after post-career and I don’t think that’s happening at the moment. The governing bodies have a duty of care to these professional players, who, at the end of the day, are their employees.”One group trying to look after players post-retirement is the Rugby Players’ Association (RPA), whose Rugby Director is the ex-Bath, Bridgend and Leeds player Richard Bryan. He welcomes this new study and insists that changes are being made.“As with all this research, it helps inform us about the questions that we need to ask our retired members, to formulate where we need to focus our attention. There’s a quite significant amount of work taking place by all stakeholders around the game,” he says. “At the forefront of that is the work that’s going on around English rugby, around the Professional Rugby Injury Surveillance Project (PRISP), alongside the RFU and Premiership Rugby.”Read next: THE PROBLEMS WITH CBD OIL EXPLAINEDSo what about for players who have already retired?“In terms of physical health specifically, there’s our charity Restart,” Bryan explains. “Traditionally Restart has helped players where they’re unable to potentially pay themselves to help fund treatment for rugby-related injuries.”“Another service we put in place is a formal treatment pathway for retired RPA members who report suffering from the long-term effects of concussion. Via this pathway players have accessed a neurophysical assessment, which can lead to a referral to a neurologist at the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health. They can also access support from our confidential counselling service, run by Cognacity, where a third of callers are retired players.”Rep the logo: Players in Restart Rugby T-shirts (Getty Images)The Durham University study revealed that 81% of players have sustained a concussion at some point in their career. But for Dr Hind, post-retirement care must go further. End of an era: Kicking off the boots (Getty Images)
B House / i.House Architecture and Construction photographs: Le Canh Van, Vu Ngoc HaPhotographs: Le Canh Van, Vu Ngoc HaSave this picture!© Le Canh Van, Vu Ngoc HaRecommended ProductsWindowspanoramah!®ah!38 – FlexibilityWindowsLibartVertical Retracting Doors & WindowsDoorsLonghiDoor – HeadlineDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile Curved Hinged Door | AlbaText description provided by the architects. The house is located not too deep in a rather quiet lane on the outskirts of Saigon. Like many houses in Vietnam, it has constantly exposed to the bustling surroundings as dust, heat, noise etc. Because of these factors, the house owner (also active in designing industry) pretty much sharing with us in a decision to make the more active space would be inward – “introverted” to build the core with buffer spaces of green trees. In other words, the open space is the highest priority in the designing process for the family’s generations to interact with each other.Save this picture!© Le Canh Van, Vu Ngoc HaThe specific criteria for the house are laid out as:Open space but “introverted”; simple, rustic but delicate. Give priority to natural lighting and ventilation. Reduce the dependence on and maximum savings of artificial energy. Borrow light and shadow for decoration, make the most of cool air, but must control heat, noise and ensure security for the house. Respect the owner’s living culture and lifestyle.Save this picture!SectionUse environmental-friendly materials. Utilize local-unique materials to reduce investment costs and preserve the regional impression and identity. There’s a small space to be the owner’s home office.Save this picture!© Le Canh Van, Vu Ngoc HaWith this design task, we proposed the “double-skin house” approach. The outer skin (or layer) is the “wall” built up by hollow concrete bricks of 30x30cm to let the wind, sunlight and rain in the house, while ensuring security. Behind the first “clothing” are spaces interspersed with green trees, to filter dust and reduce heat, noise in the house and bring a close, natural setting for the home. Next is the inner skin with large glass panels open in full range, the owner can enjoy intimate touch to all natural scenery outside.Save this picture!Floor PlanHowever, the most special matter in design is not in the “double-skin house” plan but a small garden in the middle of the house, where all spatial separation is abolished that let all members of family gather and dispel tiredness every day after work.Save this picture!© Le Canh Van, Vu Ngoc HaA small space with playground, garden, minimalist wooden stairs and iron, all soaked under the natural light could really create the heart of the home. Here, the architect team created a space for all generations can communicate with each other, from the swing for small children, the garden for grandparents to relax and take care of trees, to where parents can display their cooking skills. The puzzle of “open but introverted space” was excellently solved.Save this picture!© Le Canh Van, Vu Ngoc HaThe solution to take light and wind from the functional spaces such as buffer garden, mobile glass roof, ventilating concrete walls enabled the house to be imbued with sunlight, natural cool air and above all, all the rooms have two sides exposed to natural light. The design team’s delicate calculations is shown in each period: during noon, the sunlight directly shine to the garden, the remaining spaces take light reflected through the concrete wall; in the afternoon, light filters through ventilating brick walls and create depth through shadow by materials on the floor and wall. The principle of convection and direct ventilation was also strictly applied, helping the indoor space get natural wind. Thus, the light – ventilation issue was resolved to give the owner a home that is close and friendly with the environment and nature.Save this picture!Diagram”You know, it is life that is right and the architect who is wrong” (Le Corbusier), the architect cannot challenge the homeowner’s lifestyle and living habits. The homeowners want to move the used furniture from the old house to the new house… Of course, it will be difficult to color similarities with the overall house if not somewhat “messy”, however, the architect always respect that desire and get more reasonable arrangement, consider as a place to resemble memories and emotions, simplicity and authenticity which bring the comfortableness and familiarity to the owner’s inner feeling.Save this picture!© Le Canh Van, Vu Ngoc HaProject gallerySee allShow lessUNStudio Brings Interactive Exhibit to Munich: Motion Matters 4.0EventForest House / NORM ArchitectsSelected Projects Share “COPY” “COPY” Projects CopyHouses•Nhà Bè District, Vietnam Save this picture!© Le Canh Van, Vu Ngoc Ha+ 27 Share Photographs Architects: i.House Architecture and Construction Area Area of this architecture project Houses Year: B House / i.House Architecture and ConstructionSave this projectSaveB House / i.House Architecture and Construction Year: Vietnam ArchDaily 2014 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/551010/b-house-i-house-architecture-and-construction Clipboard 2014 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/551010/b-house-i-house-architecture-and-construction Clipboard Area: 82 m² Area: 82 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officei.House Architecture and ConstructionOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcreteBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesNhà Bè DistrictHousesVietnamPublished on September 28, 2014Cite: “B House / i.House Architecture and Construction” 28 Sep 2014. 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Smartchange reported at the beginning of this month that over 250 charities had registered to use the site. The non-profit company also says that it is “very close to being able to disclose the names of our first group of corporate clients.” Smartchange reported at the beginning of this month that over 250 charities had registered to use the site. The non-profit company also says that it is “very close to being able to disclose the names of our first group of corporate clients.” These are the UK and multinational companies who will receive news and information on opportunities to support and get involved with those charities that have signed up with Smartchange. The tax-efficient online donation service is due for launch in April. Advertisement Howard Lake | 14 March 2001 | News 13 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Smartchange also says that it is collaborating with several large non-profit umbrella bodies, including the National Association of Volunteer Bureau, the Development Trusts Association, Community Health UK and the Institute of Rural Health, with a view to encouraging their members to register with smartchange. Find out more from Smartchange. Smartchange developments About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
Mary Cresswell joins Blackbaud as Principal Consultant She will help launch consulting services for non-profits in the UK voluntary sector.An experienced fundraiser, Mary joins Blackbaud from Save the Children, where she was a corporate development executive for Scotland responsible for creating, building and leading a team that increased corporate support to almost £1 million. She joined Save the Children in 1993 and has held various positions of increasing responsibility.“We are excited to have Mary join us and assist in our efforts to help non-profits better plan for, implement and effectively use technology to meet their fundraising goals,” said Walter Miller, Managing Director of Blackbaud’s European operation. Advertisement Howard Lake | 10 October 2002 | News 49 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis In her new position, Mary will partner with UK non-profits to help them ensure they maximise the potential of The Raiser’s Edge in meeting their objectives. She will work closely with clients to identify opportunities to improve business processes that take full advantage of their software investment. The consultancy Mary will offer will show organisations, both large and small, where changes in their current processes and use of the system can lead to increased efficiency and productivity. A member of the Institute of Fundraising, Mary also serves as a director on the board of Catherine Wheels, a children’s theatre company. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Indiana Young Farmer Award Winners Set Sights on San Antonio Indiana YF winnersTwo Indiana couples (video interviews below) will represent Hoosier farmers in San Antonio at the American Farm Bureau annual convention which kicks off this weekend. Nick and Julie Wenning of Decatur County won the Young Farmer Excellence in Agriculture award. The award is given to young farmers who do not derive the majority of their income on the farm but who are actively involved in Indiana Farm Bureau and agriculture.Julie is a high school math teacher and Nick owns Wenning Excavating, but they’re involved in the family farm too.“We have a small row crop operation and farm with my dad and my aunt,” Nick told HAT. “We also have a shrimp farm, so we’re raising fresh water prawn here in Indiana. So that had a little bit to do with our award, I think. It’s something different, a niche market that can really get people from the city to come out to our farm and experience what we’ve got.”LaPorte County’s Matt and Kristen Schafer are the winners of the Young Farmer Achievement Award for those who do derive the majority of their income from the farm. They told HAT the application process for the contest helped put the farm’s growth in the last decade in perspective.“Anytime you put something down on paper it allows you the opportunity to dissect all the details, and even for me still learning a lot about the operation coming from a complete non farming background, it helped me learn even more of the intricacies of the operation,” said Kristen.The growth came about after implementing horizontal wells which allowed the Schafers to diversify beyond their 1,900 acres of mostly corn and soybeans.“We’ve got a pretty high water table but still kind of droughty ground, but conventional wells don’t work real well,” Matt explained. “So this new technology allowed us to expand our irrigation from practically nothing to over 2,500 acres now. That unlocked the possibilities of seed corn, some vegetable crops and a lot of other things that helped us diversify and continue growing.”The state YFAA winner receives a $6,000 cash prize from Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance; 250 hours maximum free use of one M-Series tractor (and loader, if appropriate) courtesy of Kubota Tractor Corporation; the David L. Leising Memorial Award; and expenses paid to the 2014 national convention.The Indiana YFEA winner receives a John Deere Gator (cash value: $8,000) courtesy of Farm Credit Services; $3,000 cash prize from Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance; and expenses paid to the 2014 national convention in San Antonio, Texas.Meet the Wenning’s:Meet the Schafer’s: Indiana Young Farmer Award Winners Set Sights on San Antonio Facebook Twitter SHARE SHARE By Andy Eubank – Jan 8, 2014 Previous articleNew Statistical Analysis Shows RINs Have No Impact on Retail Gas PricesNext articlePork Producers Respond to Tyson Animal Care Standards Announcement Andy Eubank
Mystery shopping may sound fun but seniors should be aware that thieves are finding ways to steal your money.In the mystery shopper scam, crooks try to mirror what legitimate companies offer: an opportunity to get paid to try free products or in exchange for consumer opinions.The thieves will create a website where people can register but ask for a fee payable by credit card or wire transfer to become a mystery shopper. They also will sell lists of companies that hire mystery shoppers even though many of the jobs are listed online for free.Retailers don’t charge people to work for them, they pay them.TIPS:– Do not wire money to someone you do not know– Research how to find companies that offer mystery shopping and contact them to ensure the program is availableFor more information on scams that target seniors, go to the Elder Abuse/Financial Fraud pages of the District Attorney’s website (http://da.lacounty.gov/seniors/financial-fraud) or https://vimeo.com/150942366.Follow @LADAOffice on Twitter for up-to-date news and use #FraudFriday. Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. More Cool Stuff First Heatwave Expected Next Week Community News Police, Fire & The Courts Do Some Sleuth Work on Mystery Shopper Scam Published on Friday, July 22, 2016 | 2:01 pm faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Subscribe Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Top of the News Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website Herbeauty11 Ayurveda Heath Secrets From Ancient IndiaHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWant To Seriously Cut On Sugar? You Need To Know A Few TricksHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Female Celebs Women Love But Men Find UnattractiveHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyGained Back All The Weight You Lost?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyYou’ll Want To Get Married Twice Or Even More Just To Put Them OnHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty12 Most Breathtaking Trends In Fashion HistoryHerbeautyHerbeauty Business News Make a comment 2 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Community News
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LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Republican Action Against Drugs has claimed responsibility for the shooting of a man in front of his girlfriend and her baby daughter in Strabane.The victim is now recovering in hospital after being badly beaten and shot in the knee.Shortly before 10.30pm on Tuesday, four men wearing masks entered the house in Carlton Drive and shot the 26-year-old in the leg.The gang dragged the man to the ground and began beating him with an iron bar before shooting him in the knee.The victim sustained injuries to his elbow when he tried to protect his face and has a suspected broken nose. He was taken to hospital for treatment but it is understood his injuries are not life-threatening.The woman and child were not injured but are believed to have been left traumatised as a result of being forced to witness the shooting.The gang wore plastic coverings on their feet and arms and had sealed the face masks with tape to prevent evidence being left at the scene.It is believed they fled in a small red hatchback car which was found burnt out on Prospect Road shortly after. Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Facebook WhatsApp Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Pinterest Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also Pinterest Twitter Previous articleSgt Wallace – Garda fleet should be leased rather than boughtNext articleForty jobs under threat as Katy Dalys in Strabane goes into administration News Highland RAAD claim responsibility for Strabane shooting WhatsApp Google+ Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey News Google+ By News Highland – April 5, 2012 Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook
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