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Gary Hall, dean de la Catedral Nacional de Washington, ha prometido remover el vitral de la catedral en que aparece la bandera confederada.[Episcopal News Service – Salt Lake City] La Cámara de Diputados aprobó el 29 de junio en una abrumadora votación de viva voz la Resolución D044, que “insta enérgicamente a todas las personas, así como a instituciones públicas, gubernamentales y religiosas, a discontinuar el despliegue de la bandera de batalla confederada”.Los diputados se suman a un creciente número de personas en organizaciones religiosas y seculares que han pedido la discontinuación de la bandera, entre ellos el presidente de EE.UU. Barack Obama.Obama pidió la remoción de la bandera mientras hacía el panegírico del Rdo. Clementa Pinckney, uno de los nueve afroamericanos asesinados durante un estudio bíblico en Charleston, Carolina del Sur, por un autotitulado supremacista blanco.En las últimas semanas, el Muy Rdo. Gary Hall, deán de la Catedral Nacional de Washington, también ha prometido eliminar las imágenes de la Confederación de la catedral, sede oficial del Obispo Primado.La diputada Betsy Baumgarten, de Misisipí, instó a la cámara a apoyar la medida, haciendo notar que los símbolos “ayudan a formar nuestra creencia y nuestra permanente interpretación de Dios y del mundo. Seguir permitiendo que la bandera confederada tenga un lugar en nuestras iglesias dice algo acerca de la Iglesia episcopal”.La bandera del estado de Misisipí incorpora la bandera de batalla confederada en su diseño, en tanto la del estado de Georgia es una modificación de la bandera confederada de las “estrellas y las barras”. La Catedral Nacional despliega las banderas de todos los estados en su nave.Si bien reconociendo que el símbolo es para algunos un signo de su herencia, “para muchos más ha sido y sigue siendo un símbolo de esclavitud, de injusticia y violencia racial —y ahora más que nunca un signo del movimiento supremacista blanco. La bandera de batalla confederada no tiene ningún lugar en una Iglesia que llama a todas las personas bautizadas a respetar la dignidad de todo ser humano”.La resolución dio un paso más allá al desafiarnos “a salir de nuestras iglesias y entablar una conversación con nuestras instituciones públicas y de gobierno acerca de que ese exótico símbolo de odio tenga algún lugar en nuestra actual vida cívica” dijo ella cuando presentó la media a la cámara.Varios otros diputados, entre ellos la Rda. Susan Haynes, de Indiana Norte, y la Rda. Canóniga Victoria Heard, de Dallas, también exhortaron a la aprobación.Recientemente, el Muy Rdo. Anthony P. Clark, deán de la iglesia catedral de San Lucas [Cathedral Church of St. Luke] en Orlando, Florida, dijo en un comunicado que, después de retirar las banderas para limpiarlas él no devolvería la bandera confederada al ámbito de la catedral, según el Rdo. Jabriel Ballentine.“Si la Iglesia ha de ser una como se supone que sea, luego este es un tema que causa división”, dijo Ballentine, de 34 años, rector de la iglesia de San Juan el Bautista [St. John the Baptist Church] en Orlando. “¿Cómo podemos ser auténticos a menos que hagamos todo lo que podemos por desarraigarla de entre nosotros?“Si un grupo dice que no se siente obligado por la oración de los fieles, cuando decimos que todos somos uno, ¿qué estamos realmente diciendo?”.Baumgarten dijo que la remoción de la bandera “es sólo un paso en el comienzo de la difícil conversación que debemos tener sobre el racismo, y acerca de la aceptación de la diversidad en el desmantelamiento de instituciones que rebajan a algunos mientras ensalzan a otros.“Muestra que la Iglesia Episcopal está en sintonía con la conversación que está teniendo lugar en la esfera nacional ahora mismo”, añadió Baumgarten.“Como diputación de Misisipí, sentimos la necesidad de hablar de este tema. Pero no es sólo un asunto nuestro. Llamamos a toda la Iglesia como pueblo de Dios a unirse con nosotros para retirar este símbolo de odio y opresión y trabajar para llevar la igualdad a todas las personas”.— La Rda. Pat McCaughan es corresponsal de Episcopal News Service y parte del equipo de ENS que está reportando sobre la 78a. Convención General. Traducción de Vicente Echerri. 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Forth One’s Breakfast presenter, Boogie, said: “A lot goes on behind the scenes in hospitals that we don’t necessarily know about so we’re looking forward to being able to give listeners the chance to hear first hand about all the good work carried out in the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, while hopefully raising lots of money in a fun way and for a very good cause.” Tagged with: corporate Events Scotland 66 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Radio Forth hosts Scotland’s first Radiothon Radio Forth is today running Scotland’s first ever Radiothon. Based at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh, the three-day event aims to raise money for the Sick Kids Friends Foundation and listeners will be urged to call in the special pledge line to donate.Forth One DJs Boogie and Arlene will be at the hospital and will feature some of the people who work at the hospital. 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. www.radioforth.com AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Forth One and Two will be broadcasting live from the hospital from 6am to 6pm on Thursday 25th and Friday 26th September, as well as 6am to 12noon on Saturday 27th September. Advertisement Howard Lake | 25 September 2008 | News
13 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Football League seeks applications for 2011/12 season charity partner The Football League is inviting charities to aply to become The League’s Official Charity Partner for the 2011/12 season.Charities have until midday on November 5 to outline how their partnership would “have a positive impact on the League’s 72 members clubs and their respective communities”.A shortlist of charities will then be published and put to a public vote. The top two rated charities will then be passed to The Football League board for final selection.Help for Heroes (Season 2009/10) and Marie Curie Cancer Care (Season 2010/11) were the first two charities to be selected as Official Partners.Director of Marketing and Communications at The Football League, Gavin Megaw, said: “The Football League is committed to helping good causes and has raised substantial funds and awareness in recent years for our partner charities.“We look forward to hearing from charities of all sizes from across the UK that can demonstrate their ability to have a positive impact on the League’s 72 members clubs and their respective communities.”The successful charity will receive the following:* Use of The Football League logo as the Official Charity Partner of The Football League* Complimentary full page adverts in one edition of each club’s matchday programmes* Complimentary full page adverts in Carling Cup Final, Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Final and the three Play-Off Final programmes* Complimentary hospitality table and tickets for ten people to the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Final and the three Play-Off Finals* Ten complimentary match tickets for the Carling Cup Final* Opportunity to show short promotional film publicising the charity on screens at the Carling Cup Final, Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Final and three Play-Off Finals* Support and ./guidance in seeking personalities within The League for use in publicising the charity or to donate items for auctions* Complimentary online page for one season on The Football League websiteApplications should be sent to:[email protected] by post to:The Football League30 Gloucester PlaceLondonW1U 8FLwww.football-league.co.uk 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. Tagged with: corporate Howard Lake | 18 October 2010 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
Tagged with: Funding Melanie May | 23 August 2017 | News Grants of up to £10,000 available through Community Business Trade Up Programme 124 total views, 4 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis9 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis9 The School for Social Entrepreneurs, in partnership with Power to Change, is looking for applicants to its Community Business Trade Up Programme.The Community Business Trade Up Programme helps leaders of community businesses and community-focused social enterprises in England increase their sales, with a fully funded learning programme of 12 days spread over six months, a grant of up to £10,000, and a community of people running organisations like their own.Applications are open until 1pm on Wednesday 11 October, and the School for Social Entrepreneurs is looking for 100 community businesses across England to help. Applicants must have a community business at an early stage: it will have already started, and will have plans to grow its trading (income from sales) by at least £10,000 in the next year. They must also be committed to and working towards these criteria:Locally rootedAccountable to the local communityTrading for the benefit of the local communityMaking a broad communityMore information and an application pack is available online. 123 total views, 3 views today Advertisement About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com.
Together Equal The Next Generation cardsTogether Equal, the social enterprise helping charities raise money through sales of their cards, has released a second edition of Conversation starters to get people talking. Developed for families with kids age 7-11 the cards cover a variety of topics, providing thought-provoking and meaningful conversation starters. The Next Generation pack has questions such as: ‘Why do we need Food Banks?’, ‘What really matters about a person?’ and ‘Why does society give people who don’t follow gender norms such a hard time?’, enabling adults and children to start conversations which challenge the status quo. Together Equal currently supports ‘The Dash Charity’ based in Berkshire, ‘Mums in Need’ in Sheffield, and ‘Wycombe Womens Aid’ in Buckinghamshire. About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. Tagged with: fundraising products WaterAid period bagsActress Maisie Williams, Zoella founder Zoe Sugg, and activist, model and founder of Gurls Talk, Adwoa Aboah, have helped design a range of limited-edition period bags on behalf of Fempowered, WaterAid’s new period subscription box. The unique period bags are designed to contain period products and fit neatly into handbags and schoolbags. They can be purchased online via Fempowered, WaterAid’s monthly subscription service that offers eco-friendly, plastic free and organic period products that give back to women worldwide.Image: WaterAid #RockTheRibbon productsTo mark World AIDS Day on 1 December, National AIDS Trust has teamed up with the charitable shopping app Kindred to create a range of products raising HIV awareness as they call on the public to #RockTheRibbon. From organic cotton t-shirts adorned with the HIV awareness red ribbon to travel cups, the collection gives shoppers the chance to show their solidarity for people living with HIV this World AIDS Day. Money raised from the sale of products will support the vital work of the National AIDS Trust. RNOH Charity’s The Buttercup CollectionHRH Princess Eugenie of York has helped launch a limited collection of handcrafted porcelain buttercups to support staff and patients at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH), which treated her for scoliosis when she was a child. Buttercups have long been an emblem of hope and optimism at the RNOH. The hospital’s association with the flower dates back to the 1930s, when artificial buttercups were made and sold in central London to raise funds for the hospital’s Appeal. A limited edition of 2,000, each is hand-finished, slip cast, shaped and painted by Clare Twomey. Priced at £45, including postage and packaging, the buttercups come in a presentation box. Jumpers to gin: 12 products raising funds for charity 284 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Beauty & the Breast productsTo coincide with Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, beauty entrepreneur Susan Gerrard launched Beauty & the Breast: a website to support those affected by breast cancer. Beauty & the Breast is an online subscription beauty store, which rewards its members for doing good, with 100% of profits from membership going directly to the charity Breast Cancer Haven, by granting them special member pricing on all products, plus plenty of additional perks. And, especially for October, Beauty & the Breasts Pink List Edit saw an extra 10% from the sale of those products also going directly to the Breast Cancer Haven. Pandora’s World Children’s Day charm for UNICEFPandora has launched an exclusive World Children’s Day charm with $15 from each sale donated to UNICEF. The launch marks the second year of Pandora’s partnership with the charity, with year one having raised $3.4m. The new World Children’s Day charm, a limited-edition globe-shaped charm that opens to reveal a heart, is available online and across stores globally. Melanie May | 9 November 2020 | News Notjust clothing NHS Heroes festive jumpernotjust clothing has created the NHS Heroes festive knit – available online at £34.99. Having raised over £70,000 for charities with its jumpers since launching in 2017, notjust will donate 50% of profits from every sale to NHS Charities Together. The blue knits are emblazoned with a bold NHS design, surrounded by motifs including clapping hands, rainbows, doctors, nurses and ambulances in celebration of our National Health Service. Each jumper – which will be discounted to NHS workers – comes with a free limited-edition NHS bauble, handcrafted and designed in the UK. The baubles will also be available to purchase in packs starting from £10.00 with 50% of profits also donated to charity for each purchase. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Therabody RECOVE(RED) productsTherabody is partnering with (RED) to raise funds for the Global Fund’s Covid-19 Response and (RED)’s fight to end AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa. Through a campaign titled RECOVE(RED) Therabody is launching a range of (THERABODY)RED products that raise funds for both. The partnership will highlight the importance of supporting health systems through a range of (THERABODY)RED whole-body wellness offerings, each generating funds to support the fight against two pandemics: HIV/AIDS and Covid-19. For every (PRODUCT)RED Theragun purchased, 2% of the purchase price will go directly to the Global Fund’s COVID-19 Response to reduce the threat of Covid-19 in communities and critical HIV/AIDS programmes. Feast with Purpose cookbookUK chefs have got behind a project aimed at raising funds for hospitality workers affected by Covid-19. The charity cookbook – Feast With Purpose – includes recipes from chefs including Michel Roux Jr, Tom Kerridge, Rick Stein and Prue Leith and is the latest initiative from chef Simon Boyle, the man behind the Beyond Food Foundation. Feast With Purpose – published by Chef Media – includes 130 recipes Digital downloads of the book are available at £25, with hard copies priced at £65.Image: Feast With Purpose cookbook Sleep Charity Shaun the Sheep toyThe Sleep Charity and its sleep ambassador, Shaun the Sheep teamed up with Kindred last month to offer a new plush toy to mark the charity’s annual awareness campaign, Better Sleep Week (19 – 25 October 2020). The Shaun the Sheep plush toy features a pillow with the campaign slogan ‘Sheep Dreams’ and it can be bought exclusively online. Along with the plush toy, there are also other Shaun the Sheep products to purchase such as nightwear and backpacks, and profits will be donated to the Sleep Charity. Sea of Thieves sailAn in-game sail has been created for Sea of Thieves: the shared world pirate experience for Xbox, Windows 10 PC, and Steam, as part of a partnership between Xbox and Stand Up To Cancer for the Game On campaign. The sail is available to all Sea Of Thieves players until 6 November. Each one costs £4.99 and proceeds will be donated to the charity. Players who sign up to the campaign are also in line for some Xbox giveaways. The top individual fundraiser will win a 6-month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate token and a Stand Up To Cancer customised Xbox Wireless Controller. Papillon Gin CarabusDartmoor gin distillery Papillon Gin releases Carabus this week – a limited edition gin created with naturalist Nick Baker in celebration of Dartmoor’s Blue Ground Beetle. With botanicals of rowan, hawthorn berries, nettles, wood sorrel and hazelnuts, £2 from every bottle sold goes to Buglife to help this beetle. From sparkly jumpers for the NHS to gin supporting Buglife and the Dartmoor Blue Ground Beetle, here are 12 products raising funds for charity.
Previous articleDFA Purchases 44 Dean Food Facilities in $425M DealNext articleGetting a Seat at the Table for Ag in Sustainability and Climate Conversations NAFB News Service Facebook Twitter CRP Sign Up Deadline is Feb. 28 SHARE Facebook Twitter By NAFB News Service – Feb 19, 2020 The USDA is reminding producers interested in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) that the signup deadline is on February 28.The signup is available to farmers and private landowners who are either enrolling for the first time or re-enrolling for another 10-to-15-year term.Farmers and ranchers who enroll in the program get yearly rental payments for voluntarily establishing long-term, resource-conserving plant species, such as approved grasses or trees, which can control soil erosion, improve water quality, and develop wildlife habitat on marginally productive agricultural lands.The CRP has 22 million acres currently enrolled, but the 2018 Farm Bill lifted that cap to 27 million. The program is marking its 35th anniversary in 2020 with many milestones.It’s prevented more than nine billion tons of soil from eroding, which is enough soil to fill 600 million dump trucks. The program has also sequestered an average of 49 million tons of greenhouse gases, equal to taking nine million cars off the road. Home Indiana Agriculture News CRP Sign Up Deadline is Feb. 28 SHARE
Help by sharing this information BelarusEurope – Central Asia News RSF_en News Follow the news on Belarus Reporters Without Borders is outraged by the three-year prison sentence passed today by a court in Minsk on Alyaksandr Zdvizhkou, former deputy editor of the weekly Zhoda, for reprinting cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed that first appeared in a Danish newspaper. He was found guilty of “inciting racial hatred” under article 130 of the criminal code at the end of a trial behind closed doors. “This sentence is extremely severe,” the press freedom organisation said. “Zdvizhkou should never have been prosecuted. It is highly likely that this was just a pretext for punishing an opposition journalist. The circumstances of his arrest reinforce that interpretation.”Originally published in the Danish daily Jyllands-Posten in September 2005, the cartoons were reproduced by Zdvizhkou in the 18 February 2006 issue of Zhoda to illustrate an article about protest movements in the Muslim world. The issue had a print run of 3,050 copies but only 25 per cent were distributed as the editor stopped distribution as soon as he became aware of the cartoons’ inclusion.The Belarusian KGB immediately raided the newspaper, seizing four of its computers, and judicial proceedings were initiated a few days later. Zdvizhkou, who said the measures were “politically motivated” was originally to have been tried in June 2006, but he fled the country and remained aboard. He was finally arrested on 18 November 2007 when he returned to visit his father’s grave in Barysau, near Minsk.Zhoda was linked to Alyaksandr Kazulin, who ran against President Alexandre Lukashenko in the March 2006 presidential election. Lukashenko was very critical of Zhoda and Kazulin in a televised speech during the campaign, calling Kazulin a “hoodlum.” The economic supreme court closed Zhoda down on 17 March 2006. January 18, 2008 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Journalists gets three years in prison for reprinting Mohammed cartoons “We welcome opening of criminal investigation in Lithuania in response to our complaint against Lukashenko” RSF says May 28, 2021 Find out more to go further Russian media boss drops the pretence and defends Belarus crackdown News RSF at the Belarusian border: “The terrorist is the one who jails journalists and intimidates the public” May 27, 2021 Find out more BelarusEurope – Central Asia Receive email alerts Organisation June 2, 2021 Find out more News
908 Devices Strengthens Commercial Team with Addition of New Vice President Pinterest Local NewsBusiness Twitter Pinterest BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 9, 2021– 908 Devices (NASDAQ:MASS), a pioneer of purpose-built handheld and desktop mass spec devices for chemical and biomolecular analysis, today announced the appointment of industry veteran Steve Davenport as Vice President of Commercial Sales. Contributing to the record number of life sciences companies that went public in 2020, 908 Devices is now executing on its vision by bolstering the leadership team as it builds out channels to reach and serve bioprocess customers. “The bioprocessing market is an exciting growth area for us as our products help biologists and researchers accelerate therapeutic development,” said Dr. Kevin J. Knopp, CEO of 908 Devices. “Having led multiple life sciences companies through their scale-up of global sales organizations, Steve’s expertise and industry relationships make him a perfect fit. We are delighted to welcome him to the team.” Prior to joining 908 Devices, Steve was leading sales at Sartorius to record levels for the Life Science Research division where he was responsible for a global organization. Steve brings more than 30 years of biopharmaceutical and laboratory sales experience from prominent companies, including Sartorius, Amersham Pharmacia Biotech (now Cytiva), Molecular Devices (now Danaher) and ProteinSimple (now Biotechne). Steve has had multiple successful market introductions of innovative drug discovery, protein, cell and genetic analysis technologies. Throughout his career, Steve has developed and managed multiple high performing global commercial organizations. He has a B.Sc. in Applied Chemistry from the University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology. “908 Devices is simplifying complex instruments and enabling its customers to improve human health and accelerate scientific research with more efficient workflows. There is tremendous opportunity for the company’s innovative handheld and desktop devices in the bioprocessing market,” noted Steve. “I am excited to be part of the team and look forward to leveraging my experience to build the business and assist customers in getting accurate, decision-making results when and where they need them.” As Steve joins 908 Devices, Trent Basarsky will be assuming the new role of Vice President of Corporate Development. Trent will bring his extensive experience in intellectual property licensing, partnerships, and corporate transactions to drive expansive growth at 908 Devices. “As Steve onboards and Trent transitions to his new role, their respective experience and expertise are a huge asset to the company and our customers as we continue to execute on our vision of democratizing mass spec,” continued Kevin. To learn more about 908 Devices, visit: https://908devices.com/. For questions, please contact our Investor Relations team at [email protected] About 908 Devices 908 Devices is democratizing laboratory mass spectrometry with its simple handheld and desktop devices, addressing critical-to-life applications. The Company’s devices are used at the point-of-need to interrogate unknown and invisible materials and provide quick, actionable answers to directly address some of the most critical problems in life sciences research, bioprocessing, pharma / biopharma, forensics, and adjacent markets. The Company is headquartered in the heart of Boston, where it designs and manufactures innovative products that bring together the power of mass spectrometry, microfluidic separations, software automation, and machine learning. Forward Looking Statements This press release includes “forward looking statements,” including with respect to the future growth of the Company and the opportunity for the Company’s products. 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Twitter Pinterest By News Highland – January 29, 2020 Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Google+ WhatsApp Mother charged with murder of her three children Previous articleMain Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Wednesday January 29thNext articleMan arrested in Derry on suspicion of attempted murder News Highland Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Homepage BannerNews RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest A 43-year old woman has appeared in court, charged with the murder of her three children.Dublin District Court was told Deirdre Morley, of Parsons Court, Newcastle in Co. Dublin, made no reply when charged this afternoon.Wearing a blue cardigan, navy top and jeans, Deirdre Morley didn’t speak during the brief hearing at Dublin District Court.The 43 year of Parsons Court, Newcastle in Co. Dublin is charged with the murder of her three children, 9 year old Conor, 7 year old Darragh and their 3 year old sister Carla McGinley at the same address last Friday evening.Detective Sgt Dara Kenny of Clondalkin Garda Station told the court Ms. Morley made no reply when the charges of murder were put to her at 2.49 this afternoon.Judge Paula Murphy made an order affording her ongoing medical treatment in custody, and continuing psychiatric assessment and treatment.Legal aid was also granted and the judge remanded Deirdre Morley in custody to appear again before Dublin District Court next Wednesday. Google+ News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Facebook