WhatsApp Previous articleMary Davis labelled a ‘blocking’ candidate for Fianna FailNext articleSimon week to raise awareness of homelessness admin Email Linkedin Facebook NewsLocal NewsLimerick has highest rate of births outside marriageBy admin – September 28, 2011 567 Print Advertisement MOTHERS who gave birth in Limerick city were among the youngest in the country, and Limerick also had the highest rate of births outside of marriage.New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that 119, more than half, of the 231 births registered in the city in the first three months of this year, were born to women who were not married at the time.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up This represents 50 per cent of the births, the highest percentage per head of population in the country.And Limerick city mothers were among the youngest in the country, with an average ago of 29.4 years, and an average age of 31,9 years in the county.But four in 10 who were not married at the time of giving birth said they were living with the child’s father.The figures for the county show that of 182 of the 609 births registered- almost one third – were to unmarried women, a figure lower than the national average.And there were 38 babies born to women from Limerick who were 40 years of age or older.The youngest were 11 woman from the city and one from the county, who were under 20 when they gave birth. .The majority of births in the city – 74 – was recorded amongst women aged between 30 and 34. In the county the corresponding figure was 242.In the same three months, there were 153 deaths registered in Limerick city and 240 in the county.The highest cause of death in the city was heart disease, which claimed the lives of 46 people, and in the county the highest number of deaths – 88 – were due to the same cause.Eleven city people and nine from the county died due to accidents or other external causes. Twitter
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Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailTAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Jordan Cronkrite ran for 158 yards and two touchdowns and South Florida rallied in the fourth quarter to beat BYU 27-23 on Saturday.The Cougars led 16-7 at halftime before Cronkrite ran it in from a yard out to reduce the margin. BYU responded with a 5-play, 70-yard drive in a little under two minutes and led 23-14 after Jaren Hall’s 29-yard TD run. Early in the fourth, the Bulls’ (3-3) Jordan McCloud ran it in from two yards out. Cronkrite closed out the scoring with a 3-yard run.South Florida stiffened on defense after Hall’s touchdown. First, the Cougars went three-and-out and gained a yard. BYU picked off South Florida on its next possession but went minus-8 yards in four plays before fumbling the ball away. A BYU missed field goal followed and the Cougars’ final two possessions resulted in turnovers on downs.Hall led BYU (2-4) with 148 yards passing and 83 yards rushing. October 12, 2019 /Sports News – Local Cronkrite spearheads South Florida rally over BYU 27-23 Tags: BYU Cougars Football/Jordan Cronkite/South Florida Bulls Associated Press
Darren Criss Kristin Chenoweth Criss also dished about the show’s upcoming special two-part 100th episode, which will see the return of a slew of favorite characters, including Kristin Chenoweth’s April Rhodes, Gwyneth Paltrow’s Holly Holiday, Dianna Agron’s Quinn Fabray, Amber Riley’s Mercedes Jones and more. “We had a great dance rehearsal last week and it was the first time I’d been in the same room as all those people. It was great.” View Comments When word got out that FOX’s hit musical dramedy Glee was moving to the Big Apple for the rest of the fifth season, the only thought that popped into our heads was, “So that means more Darren Criss in NYC, right?” Call us biased, but the City That Never Sleeps should just be nicknamed The City That Needs More Criss. Luckily, our favorite heartthrob opened up about what’s in store for Glee fans, what his long-in-the-works album will sound like and, most importantly, if he’s going to come back to Broadway. Criss told TheBacklot.com that he hopes his Glee co-star Lea Michele’s upcoming debut album Louder is a smash hit because he thinks she’s “a superstar.” As for his own debut album? “Mine will be a little different, it’s a different process,” he said. “I’m the nerdy rock musician who wants to make my nerdy rock and roll so I don’t know if it will be the same fanfare, but I’d like to finish it.” Yet, the How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying alum miiiight just have another plan for 2014… “Or do another stage show or do a movie. I’ll take whatever they give me.” WE’LL GIVE YOU WHATEVER YOU WANT. In an interview with TheBacklot.com, Criss said he’d “love” to shoot Glee in NYC and that he thinks the upcoming move will make a lot of sense for most of the characters—especially for Blaine and Kurt (Chris Colfer). “For Blaine, if he moves to New York…I would assume they’re going to live together,” he said. “Call me crazy, but when you get engaged to somebody usually that’s a good idea. So that will present a whole new structure to their relationship.” Star Files Lea Michele
Home Minister Tito Karnavian said the size of entourages would be limited to prevent COVID-19 transmission.“Candidates are strongly discouraged from inviting a large number of supporters, as well as from organizing entourages. The candidates are only allowed to be accompanied by a small team to prepare the administrative paperwork for the registration,” Tito said as quoted by kompas.com on Thursday.Tito added that the attendance restrictions were enumerated in Article 5 of the KPU Law on regional elections during the COVID-19 pandemic. Traditionally, candidates are accompanied by large groups of supporters as they register with the KPU office.On Dec. 9, 270 regions will hold simultaneous elections, including 9 provinces, 224 regencies and 37 municipalities. (dpk)Topics : The government has strongly urged regional electoral candidates to avoid bringing large entourages to register with the General Elections Commission (KPU).The KPU will accept registrations for the 2020 simultaneous regional elections from Friday to Sunday.
Irish company DesignPro Renewables said it has achieved new performance milestones with its hydrokinetic turbine as part of ongoing testing at the SEENEOH test site in Bordeaux, France. The turbine generates energy from flowing water and has been deployed at a dedicated test site on the River Garonne since September 2018.The design, build and initial deployment was supported through funding from the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme which enabled the device to be tested for a full 12 months.In September 2019, the 25Kw unit was due to be removed and decommissioned as the H2020 support had ended, however the new funding and support through the BlueGift programme has allowed the device to stay on trial for a further 12 months.According to DesignPro, this additional testing period has enabled the company to implement upgrades and improvements to the unit, including a new Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) system developed in conjunction with Mitsubishi Electric Ireland.The system is said to have delivered significantly improved performance results just 2 weeks ago on site and marked a milestone for the team.The BlueGift support is specifically aimed at testing the longer-term performance of the device, looking at elements such as wear and tear, replacement parts and operations and maintenance requirements as well as overall survivability of the unit.Vincent Mc Cormack, innovation manager at DesignPro, said: “When you have put so much work, time and resources into developing and building a full-scale turbine it makes sense that you get as much value and learnings from it as possible. This support under BlueGift has allowed us to keep the device in for an additional 12 months at SEENEOH, granting us the opportunity to test the device more rigorously thereby getting us one step closer to having a market-ready product and instilling more confidence for investment and partners.”Vincent Laroque, president of SEENEOH, said: “We are delighted with the renewed confidence of DesignPro Renewables to extend its trials. Europe, via the INTERREG Atlantic Area programme, is offering a tool that is particularly suited to this sector by providing financial support to test sites so that they can open their doors under advantageous conditions for technology developers.”To remind, DesignPro also completed the deployment and testing of its 60kW (DPR60) turbine at Kirkwall in the Orkney Islands, Scotland in conjunction with Leask Marine.
DCIM100GOPROStatewide—The annual Becoming an Outdoors-Woman workshop is May 1-3 at Ross Camp in West Lafayette. The workshop is open to women ages 18 and older and limited to 100 participants.The program is designed for women to learn outdoor skills in a relaxed, low-pressure environment. Participants will choose four activities from more than two dozen offerings, including fishing, archery, geocaching, wild edibles, wildlife tracking, shooting muzzleloader guns and outdoor cooking.The workshop is for women who have never tried these activities, but have hoped for an opportunity to learn; who have tried them but are beginners hoping to improve; or who know how to do some of the activities, but would like to try new ones. Women who enjoy the camaraderie of like-minded individuals and who seek time away to reconnect with nature are also prime candidates for BOW.Registration, which runs from now until March 31 or until there are 100 registrants, can be done online by clicking here. The cost for the workshop is $215 and includes all equipment, meals and lodging.
RelatedPosts Nadal stunned by Schwartzman in Italian Open quarter-finals, Djokovic survives Koepfer Impossible to play under US Open’s COVID-19 protocols, Djokovic says ‘Big Three’ join #BlackoutTuesday campaign against racial injustice Rafael Nadal is considering pulling out of the Shanghai Masters. Nadal was looking to strip back his schedule following success at the US Open. The world No 2 needed four hours and 50 minutes to beat Daniil Medvedev in a grueling final on Sunday. Such a difficult battle left Nadal struggling to get changed in the dressing room in the aftermath. The 18-time Grand Slam winner was set to return to action alongside Roger Federer at the Laver Cup next weekend. But Nadal was considering pulling out of the Shanghai Masters, which starts on October 5, to ensure he is fresh for the Paris Masters later that month. “It’s hard for me to tell my plans right now,” Nadal told Spanish media during a conference call. “I shot off after the final to the plane and I didn’t have time to talk to the team. “They arrived later in Palma and I hope that we have a conversation soon. “Anyway, to decide the calendar, I have to wait to see how my body evolves. “The immediate thing is to play the Laver Cup (September 20-22), which is planned. “The next thing I do not know. “Priority objectives from here at the end of the year and also with a view to the next one. It will be one or the other depending on those objectives. “The Masters in Asia is still yet to be decided. The Masters in Paris-Bercy is what I have fixed.”— Tags: Daniil MedvedevRafa NadalShanghai Masters