Activists demand fed funds be used to stop foreclosures

first_imgA public meeting in Detroit Sept. 22 demanded that federal Helping Hardest Hit Funds be used to stop tax foreclosures related to evictions and water shutoffs.The meeting was organized by City Council­woman Mary Sheffield and co- hosted by the Moratorium Now! Coalition to Stop Foreclosures, Evictions and Utility Shutoffs; the United Community Housing Coalition; and Michigan Legal Services.One of every three homes in Detroit has been foreclosed in the last 10 years. That’s since the beginning of the housing crisis brought on by the racist, fraudulent lending practices of the major banks.In addition, 65,000 homes have had water shut off since 2014. At that time the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD) began targeting homes for disconnection where owners are behind at least $150 on their bills.In October, thousands more families will face eviction when their homes are auctioned off to complete foreclosures for failure to pay property taxes. Some 14,000 families have had their water shut off since April of this year, with 11,000 more on the list scheduled for termination.This total omits the tens of thousands of families who have been placed in property tax or water payment plans. If these families miss just one payment, they will face the loss of their homes. And, truth be told, they can’t afford these payments.The funds are thereAs organizers pointed out, funds are available to stop these evictions and water shutoffs. That would at least halt the devastation.Since January of this year, the federal government has given the state of Michigan an additional $260 million in Hardest Hit funding. These funds — the people’s tiny share of money allocated in the Trade Recovery Adjustment Act, which bailed out the banks and auto companies to the tune of hundreds of billions of dollars — were earmarked to aid families and communities especially affected by the housing crisis.In an anti-people decision, the Michigan State Housing Development Authority, which administers Michigan’s Hardest Hit program, has allocated 80 percent of the funds to tear down homes, rather than keep families in them with running water.In Detroit, the funds are being turned over to the Detroit Land Bank and Blight Task Force headed by subprime lender Dan Gilbert. While they give these entities the funds, at the same time the feds are investigating the Land Bank for criminal fraud and cronyism in its administration of the “blight removal” program.At the meeting on Sept. 22, organizers demanded that the Hardest Hit Funds be used to pay overdue property tax and water bills. That would keep families in their homes. They also want the county treasurer and DWSD/Great Lakes Authority to place an immediate moratorium on foreclosure-related evictions and water shutoffs while the funds are reallocated.Two tireless housing advocates, Marilyn Mullane from Michigan Legal Services, and Ted Phillips of the United Community Housing Coalition, exposed how MSHDA has made the Hardest Hit Funds virtually inaccessible to the poor. They exposed bureaucratic impediments to access and demanded that regulations be rewritten to maximize their effectiveness.Monica Patrick, of We the People of Detroit, joined the rally to express the urgency of tying together the fight to stop water shutoffs with evictions caused by foreclosures. She showed slides reflecting how neighborhoods throughout Detroit are being devastated by this joint scourge.Linda Jourdan, of the American Civil Liberties Union, described the legal organization’s lawsuit. It exposes how tax foreclosures in Detroit are based on illegal assessments that overinflate the value of homes throughout the city and how thousands of Detroiters have been denied poverty exemptions to which they are entitled.Jerry Goldberg, of the Moratorium Now! Coalition, thanked Councilwoman Sheffield, calling her the first government official to take up this fight. Goldberg noted that if Hardest Hit Funds were used for their intended purpose, it would actually put money into government coffers that could be used for blight removal and infrastructure.Goldberg emphasized the role of the banks in destroying Detroit’s neighborhoods and demanded that the banks be made to pay to remove and remediate the blight they caused.A demonstration has been called for Wednesday, Oct. 5, to press the demand for a moratorium on foreclosures/evictions and water shutoffs and for freeing Hardest Hit Funds to keep families in their homes. The protest will be held at the Wayne County Treasurer’s Office, 400 Monroe in Detroit, at 12 noon.For more information, call 313-680-5508 or visit moratorium-mi.org.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

Time to Take Action, Interest Rates Likely to Rise

first_img Facebook Twitter SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Time to Take Action, Interest Rates Likely to Rise Previous articleAdditional Aid Will Help Farmers Survive PandemicNext articleTime to Take Action, Interest Rates Likely to Rise on the HAT Wednesday Podcast Gary Truitt Audio Playerhttps://hoosieragtoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Interest-rates-rising.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.As farmers consider their borrowing needs for 2021, now is the time to take action as interest rates are likely to rise. “This is an opportunity to lock in the lowest rates we have seen in our lifetimes,” said Bill Lankswert, Director of Business Strategies with AgriFinancial. He says the key to interest rates is how quickly the U.S. economy recovers.Lankswert forecasts that, as  government spending on a stimulus package or other programs increases, rates will climb, “Within two or three months after the election, we will begin to get a good indication. That should give  you a time frame that you have to work with.” He advised borrowers to lock in these low rates for as long as they can, “Most banks will not lock in a rate longer than 5 years; but, if you plan to operate you farm for the long run, you might want to try and lock in these rates for a longer period of time.”Lankswert also suggests this may be a time to do a little rate shopping, “This spring you could have gotten a rate of 3.5%. If in 2021 that jumps to 4.5% on a 20 year loan, it will increase your payment by $6000 and the value of that loan over 20 years will increase by $100,0000.”For more details, contact  your current lender or visit CGB-agfi.com. By Gary Truitt – Nov 10, 2020 SHARE Facebook Twitter Time to Take Action, Interest Rates Likely to Riselast_img read more

Homophobia in sport study “sad and scary”

first_imgNewsHomophobia in sport study “sad and scary”By John Keogh – May 14, 2015 805 WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Facebook TAGSGay GamesLGBTlimerickOut on the FieldSportTeam Limerick Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories Print Twitter Previous articleStand up and Fight for a taste of Limerick’s military historyNext articleConcern over river erosion at County Limerick school John Keoghhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WhatsAppcenter_img Advertisement Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Cillian Flynn and Billie launching the Gay Games 2018 bid – Pic by Liam Burke Press22by Kathy [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up ONE of the founders of a sports club for the LGBT community in Limerick has described some of the results of an international survey into homophobia in sport as “sad and scary”.The ‘Out on the Fields’ study, which questioned 9,500 people worldwide and 501 in Ireland, found that Ireland was the second worst offender in relation to the inclusion of LGBT people in sport, with 75 per cent of Irish respondents saying they had witnessed or experienced homophobia.Cillian Flynn, who was also a member of the Limerick 2018 Gay Games bid committee, told the Limerick Post: “I know from the Gay Games bid and from my involvement in Team Limerick that homophobia in sport is an issue, but the percentage was surprising – 75 per cent of people surveyed had experienced homophobia in sport, which is quite high.“A question came up when we were setting up Team Limerick – why is there a need to create more segregation by having a separate club for LGBT people? But the results of this survey have strengthened the support for that.”According to the survey, 83 per cent of gay men and 89 per cent of gay women are partially in the closet with regard to their teammates, hiding their sexuality from some or all of their fellow team members.Cillian commented:”That’s quite sad and scary. Team sports are all about involvement and getting on together, so if someone doesn’t feel comfortable about coming out to their teammates, that’s sad, and these figures are so high.”He added that he “wouldn’t be surprised if the figures were higher” if a larger survey was carried out among LGBT people involved in sport in Ireland.However, Cillian believes that high profile Irish sports stars such as Robbie Keane lending their support to the Yes Equality campaign in the upcoming marriage referendum is “a huge step forward”.The ‘Out on the Fields’ study rated the United States as the worst offender in relation to the inclusion of LGBT people in sports, followed by Ireland, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Australia and Canada.Some 58 per cent of all participants and 71 per cent of gay men also said that they believe homophobia is more common in Irish sports than the rest of society.A further 75 per cent said they believed youth team sports are not welcoming or safe for LGBT people in Ireland. Linkedin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Emaillast_img read more

Odessa’s Madison Johnson competes at national spelling bee

first_img Pinterest Twitter Odessa’s Madison Johnson competes at national spelling bee Previous articleSTONE: Five Foods to Fight FatigueNext articleFamiliar face joins main OC campus as a dean Digital AIM Web Support Facebook WhatsApp For the second time, Madison Johnson, a Compass Academy Charter School student, participates in the Scripps National Spelling Bee. By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 center_img Pinterest Twitter TAGS  Local News WhatsApp Facebooklast_img read more

Investigations into death of showjumper in Eglinton

first_img WhatsApp Twitter By News Highland – August 19, 2012 Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Facebook Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal WhatsApp Google+ Twitter News Previous articleTyrone girl killed in horse riding accident namedNext articleUniversity of Ulster will honour erroneous course offers News Highland Investigations into death of showjumper in Eglintoncenter_img 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Pinterest Politicians from all parties are expressing sympathy with the family of a 13-year-old girl following a horse-riding accident in Eglinton.Hannah Jessica Wiley from Artigatvan was taking part in a showjumping event at Eglinton Equestrian Centre when the accident happened on Friday evening.The incident was referred to the Northern Ireland Health and Safety Executive, with Derry City Council also carrying out an investigation.Derry Councillor Brenda Stevenson who represents the Eglinton area says this is a tragic accident which has devastated people in rural Derry, especially those who work in the horse-riding centre and the wider equestrian community………..[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/brenda6.mp3[/podcast] 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Pinterest Facebook Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

‘Sufferings Of Migrant Labourers Not Coming To A Halt’ : NHRC Takes Cognizance Of Mother Pulling Suitcase With Exhausted Kid Sleeping On

first_imgTop Stories’Sufferings Of Migrant Labourers Not Coming To A Halt’ : NHRC Takes Cognizance Of Mother Pulling Suitcase With Exhausted Kid Sleeping On LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK18 May 2020 12:01 AMShare This – xThe National Human Rights Commission, NHRC, India has taken suo motu cognizance of media reports about a mother pulling a suitcase with her small child sleeping half hung on it on Agra Highway. Reportedly, the migrant woman was walking all the way from somewhere in Punjab to Jhansi in Uttar Pradesh till she caught the attention of the media persons. The Commission has observed that it is…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe National Human Rights Commission, NHRC, India has taken suo motu cognizance of media reports about a mother pulling a suitcase with her small child sleeping half hung on it on Agra Highway. Reportedly, the migrant woman was walking all the way from somewhere in Punjab to Jhansi in Uttar Pradesh till she caught the attention of the media persons. The Commission has observed that it is aware of the unprecedented situation and that the Central and the State governments are working sincerely to address every issue coming up during the lockdown but it is strange that the pain of the child and the family could be seen and felt by many enroute, except the local authorities. “Had the local authorities been vigilant, some relief could immediately be provided to the aggrieved family and others facing the similar hardships. The incident amounts to violation of human rights and requires intervention by the NHRC”, said the human rights panel headed by former Chief Justice of India, H L Dattu.”Media reports suggest continuing sufferings of the people, particularly the migrant labourers, whose journey long, is not coming to a halt”, it added. Accordingly, it has issued notices to the Chief Secretaries of Punjab and Uttar Pradesh and the District Magistrate, Agra, Uttar Pradesh calling for a detailed report within four weeks in the matter including the action taken against the responsible officers/ officials and relief/ assistance provided to the victim families. The Commission has further observed that several news reports about miseries of people have come to its notice during the lockdown forcing it to intervene in order to sensitize the Central and the State authorities to deal with the situation with an approach of respect to human rights of the public at large, particularly the vulnerable sections of the society. Referring to yet another reported incident of apathy of public authorities and its suo motu cognizance of the matter wherein a female migrant labourer delivered her baby on road and continued her journey within two hours after that on way to Madhya Pradesh from Maharashtra, the Commission observed that such incidents only indicate towards “carelessness and inappropriate approach” of the local public authorities who do not bother to come forward to see the reality at the ground.NHRC takes cognizance of a migrant mother pulling a suitcase with her child sleeping half hung thereon on Agra Highway.”Had the local authorities been vigilant, some relief could immediately be provided to the aggrieved family and others facing the similar hardships”, it says.— Live Law (@LiveLawIndia) May 18, 2020On Friday, the Madras HC suo moto sought an action taken report from the State Government and the Centre on the steps taken for the relief of migrants. “It is a pity to see the migrant labourers walking for days together to reach their native places and in the process, some of them had lost their lives due to accidents. The Government authorities of all the States should have extended their human services to those migrant labourers”, observed the HC bench comprising Justices N Kirubakaran and R Hemalatha.The Andhra Pradesh High Court also issued a slew of directions for the welfare of walking migrants, observing that it will be failing in its role if it does not react. Recently, the Karnataka HC had directed the Centre and the State Government to take steps to ensure that no migrant is deprived of an opportunity to travel back to native place on account of incapacity to pay rail fare. The Gujarat HC on Monday had taken suo moto notice of the migrants issue, observing that many are going hungry and are suffering the worst on account of lockdown.Next Storylast_img read more

GHCAA Requests Chief Justice Of Gujarat HC For Physical Functioning Of Court [Read Letter]

first_imgNews UpdatesGHCAA Requests Chief Justice Of Gujarat HC For Physical Functioning Of Court [Read Letter] Manjusha Tiwari31 May 2020 7:24 AMShare This – xThe Hon’ble Chief Justice of the Gujarat High Court, Justice Shri Vikram Nath, received a letter from Mr Yatin N Oza, the President of Gujarat High Court Advocates’ Association (GHCAA) requesting for physical functioning of the Court instead of virtual function of the Court. The letter states that an agenda was circulated and then put to vote. The agenda was whether the Members of the Bar…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Hon’ble Chief Justice of the Gujarat High Court, Justice Shri Vikram Nath, received a letter from Mr Yatin N Oza, the President of Gujarat High Court Advocates’ Association (GHCAA) requesting for physical functioning of the Court instead of virtual function of the Court. The letter states that an agenda was circulated and then put to vote. The agenda was whether the Members of the Bar wished for physical functioning of the court or virtual functioning of the court. In this referendum 800 members participated and almost 64% of the Members of the Bar expressed their desire that the court should function physically, while 36% expressed their desire for the virtual functioning of the court. It is conveyed in the letter that around 1800 members out of 2400 members wish that the court should function physically with all those precautions that the Chief Justice along with his companion Judges decide. The following reasons are given in favour of physical functioning of the Court: ● The State of Gujarat has permitted almost all commercial activities including opening of malls and hospitality sector apart from places of worship ● It is presumed that the State on its Executive side is custodia-legis of its subject. The State Government itself thinks it fit after almost 2 1⁄2 months to open up almost all the commercial activities, finding the present period to be now safe ● Sachivalaya are opened up now even when people visiting Sachivalaya are fore more than people visiting the High Court ● a doctor of high repute and eminence suggested several precautions in a webinar and opined that the Courts can safely be reopened for physical hearing without any risk The Hon’ble Chief Justice has been requested to take this view in his kind consideration that there is no harm in opening up the High Court by way of physical hearing with whatever restrictions the Lordships deem fit and proper including prohibiting the entry of litigants.Click Here To Download Letter[Read Letter] Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

Delhi HC Extends Interim Protection Granted to Delhi Minorities Commission Chief Zafarul Islam

first_imgNews UpdatesDelhi HC Extends Interim Protection Granted to Delhi Minorities Commission Chief Zafarul Islam Karan Tripathi22 Jun 2020 1:16 AMShare This – xThe Delhi High Court has directed the Delhi Police to submit its status report to the Delhi Minorities Commission Chief Zafarul Islam Khan in an FIR registered against him alleging posting of communal statements.While directing the state to serve a copy of the report to the Petitioner, the Single Bench of Justice Manoj Kumar Ohri further extended the interim protection of the Petitioner till…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Delhi High Court has directed the Delhi Police to submit its status report to the Delhi Minorities Commission Chief Zafarul Islam Khan in an FIR registered against him alleging posting of communal statements.While directing the state to serve a copy of the report to the Petitioner, the Single Bench of Justice Manoj Kumar Ohri further extended the interim protection of the Petitioner till the next date of hearing. Earlier, the Delhi High Court had granted interim protection from any coercive action to Zafarul Islam Khan, the Chief of the Delhi Minorities Commission. Moved through Advocate Vrinda Grover, the plea for anticipatory bail called for an urgent relief of protection for arrest and coercive action in a ‘frivolous’, ‘motivated’ and ‘untenable’ case. While informing that Delhi Police has lodged an against Khan under sections 124A and 153A of the IPC, the petition claims that the allegations contained in the FIR against the Petitioner are devoid of legal merit, distort facts, and is a gross abuse of process of law. The Petitioner claims that since March 2020, India has witnessed widespread hate speech and comments and in some cases physical attacks against members of the Muslim community, blaming the Muslim community for spreading COVID19. He further informs that a substantial portion of the hate speech and attacks on the Mulsim community was in the form of spreading fake and fabricated news that vilifies Muslims and portrays them as spreading Coronavirus.’There’s false, inflammatory, malicious and distorted media coverage of the Petitioners’ social media posts have already had the effect of inciting hatred against the Petitioner, and causing him to be held in contempt in the eyes of the public. This is evident from frivolous and malicious complaints that have been filed against the Petitioner following such media coverage’, the petition states. The Petitioner further argues that complaints against him have been filed with obtuse motive and malafide is evidenced by the use of social media to attract publicity to the complaints and persons who filed them. Therefore, the Petitioner has sought anticipatory bail and protection from coercive action as the FIR has been registered against him with a malafide intention of harassing and intimidating him for doing his statutory duty to protect the Rights of Muslims.Next Storylast_img read more

PG Doctor’s Plea : Karnataka HC Asks State Not To Insist Compulsory Urban Service Of Appellants Till Nov 11

first_imgNews UpdatesPG Doctor’s Plea : Karnataka HC Asks State Not To Insist Compulsory Urban Service Of Appellants Till Nov 11 Mustafa Plumber23 Oct 2020 12:04 AMShare This – xThe Karnataka High Court on Friday by way of interim relief has directed the state government not to insist the appellants before the court (281 PG Doctors) should join their respective places for purpose of carrying out compulsory Urban service in terms of section 4 of the Karnataka Compulsory Training Service By Candidates Completed Medical Courses Act 2012(KCS Act).The bench…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Karnataka High Court on Friday by way of interim relief has directed the state government not to insist the appellants before the court (281 PG Doctors) should join their respective places for purpose of carrying out compulsory Urban service in terms of section 4 of the Karnataka Compulsory Training Service By Candidates Completed Medical Courses Act 2012(KCS Act).The bench however declined to stay the “Karnataka Compulsory Training Service By Candidates Completed Medical Courses Act 2012″ which mandates such compulsory urban service for a period of one year.OA division bench of Justice B V Nagarathna and Justice N S Sanjay Gowda said the arrangement is only till the next date of hearing, November 11. It noted”In view of there being a delay of 176 days in filing the appeal by the appellants’ and request made by the Additional Advocate General seeking to file objections to the applications that the interim arrangement is made. We permit the state to file objections on or before November 10.” The appellants have challenged the compulsory One year Urban service rule for Postgraduate Doctors who had taken admission through Management and NRI quota. The doctors are also challenging an order dated August 30, 2019, by which the court had upheld the constitutional validity of section 4 of the KCS Act. The appellants have claimed that they have no issue serving under the Disaster Management Act, dehors the KCS act. The bench had on Thursday raised a preliminary objection to the maintainability of the appeal holding that as per the Karnataka Compulsory Training Service By Candidates Completed Medical Courses Act 2012, a candidate includes all students belonging to all quota. It said “What is so superior to the management quota that you cannot do service for one year in the state. The service you will do is not for gratis, they will pay you.” Advocate Akkamahadevi Hiremath, appearing for the appellants, argued that when they had taken admission in the private colleges, the Act was stayed by an order passed by the court. Moreover, the brochures issued by the private colleges also did not mention this rule of doing the compulsory service for students admitted under the management quota or NRI student’s. She even mentioned that the students have paid lakhs and crores of rupees for their education and since they have not received any benefit from the state government the dictum of ‘quid pro quo’ would not be applicable in their case. The bench remarked : “You have not come from heaven because you have paid higher fees. Most of the petitioners are from Bangalore. Paying higher fees does not exclude them from rendering services.” It court reminded the petitioners the Hippocratic oath which doctors take and asked – “during this situation of covid-19 pandemic, people are dying on the road. What is so wrong if the state government asks the doctors to undergo one year compulsory service”.Advocate N Khetty, appearing for the Medical Council of India, submitted that such a law of compulsory service was introduced only in the state of Karnataka. He further informed that earlier the term candidate in the Act of 2015, could have meant to includeIn-State everyone irrespective of the quota as it was for the purpose of training. However, with the act amended in the year 2017, when the training word collapsed the compulsory service cannot be extended to all category of students. Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

Letterkenny MD votes in favour of legalising gaming machines

first_img Pinterest Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Twitter By News Highland – March 12, 2019 WhatsApp Google+ Letterkenny MD votes in favour of legalising gaming machines Facebook DL Debate – 24/05/21 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+center_img Members of the Letterkenny MD have voted in favour legalizing gaming machines in and around the town.The measure was adopted 6 votes to 3 this evening.Its after an intense discussion in the council chamber by local representatives.Donegal County Council received a total of 96 submissions from a recent public consultation however it’s been claimed today by some Cllrs that a quantity of the submissions had similar handwriting.There’s no specific date as to when the change of law will come into effect.Cllr Liam Blaney raised grave concerns over the move and initially called for a deferral of the vote as he claimed that some were misinformed on what exactly was on the table.All other Cllrs voted against a deferral.Councillor Blaney says gaming addiction has a severe impact on many families:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/blaney.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Previous articleMain Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday March 12thNext articleHarps and Derry get home ties in EA Sports Cup News Highland WhatsApp AudioHomepage BannerNews Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Pinterest Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Twitterlast_img read more