Rents in Limerick average €688 per month

first_imgEmail Previous article‘Campaign of intimidation’ leads to two jailed for five yearsNext articleTractor drove too slow on motorway admin RENTS in Limerick fell by 3.2% to an average of €688 per month, according to a recent survey by property website, Daft.ie.Nationwide they fell by just over half a percent (0.6%), over the course of 2010.The fall compares with a drop of 15% during 2009. The average rent nationwide now stands at €830, 27% below the 2007 peak.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Advertisement Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Linkedin In Cork and Galway, rents were largely unchanged over the year. In Waterford and Limerick cities, rents fell by between 3% and 4% over the course of 2010.In Munster, rents fell by an average of 1.9% in the final three months of the year, having fallen by 1.1% between June and September.The average rent in Limerick city in the third quarter of 2010 was €690, a fall of €230 from peak levels in 2007. In the rest of the county,  rents are €615 on average, down €185 from the peak.Average rents in the cities, Q4 2010Dublin: €1080, up 0.3% during 2010Cork: €824, down 1.9% during 2010Galway: €804, down 0.3% during 2010Waterford: €645, down 4.1% during 2010 Print NewsLocal NewsRents in Limerick average €688 per monthBy admin – February 9, 2011 550 last_img read more

Holcomb: End of state mask mandate, gathering limits doesn’t mean an end to the…

first_img Pinterest Twitter Previous articleSome hand sanitizers found to have toxic, cancer-causing chemicalNext articleBraun says “leave it to the states” when denouncing H.R. 1 Network Indiana Facebook Twitter Google+ Google+ WhatsApp Pinterest By Network Indiana – March 25, 2021 0 143 (Photo supplied/State Of Indiana) Governor Holcomb says the end of a state mask order and gathering limits doesn’t mean the end of the coronavirus pandemic.Holcomb rejects suggestions the end of a state mask mandate reflects pressure from fellow Republicans in the legislature, who have been debating bills to limit governors’ emergency powers. He maintains the administration’s track record speaks for itself, and says he’ll take action again if the pandemic gains momentum again.“This is by no means a ‘Mission Accomplished’ moment. This is a ‘Proceed With Caution,’” Holcomb says.But while Holcomb agrees with state health commissioner Kristina Box that the pandemic is “far from over,” he says what’s different now is that most of those at the greatest risk have been vaccinated. About three-quarters of Hoosiers over 70 are fully vaccinated, and nearly two-thirds of those in their 60s. The state opened vaccinations to Hoosiers in their 50s five weeks ago, and Box says about half have made their appointments, though only a quarter of that group are fully vaccinated.And Holcomb says hospitals have the resources now to handle another surge if there is one.Indiana’s positivity rate has been inching up again, but has remained under four-percent for nearly a month. That’s less than a quarter of where it was at its peak in December. Hospitalizations are near record lows, and deaths have declined as well.Holcomb and Box are both urging Hoosiers to continue wearing masks, even though it’ll no longer be a statewide requirement April 6. And Box says she wants as many people as possible vaccinated as quickly as possible, in hopes of staying ahead of more dangerous variants. Fewer than 100 cases of a British mutation have been identified in Indiana so far, but Box says its higher infectiousness makes it a concern.The state health department will hold a second round of mass vaccination clinics at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway next month, from April 1-3, 13-18 and 24-30.Holcomb and health commissioner Kris Box are still urging Hoosiers to mask up, even though it won’t be required. Box says while a British COVID variant is still rare in Indiana, it’s still cause for concern. Holcomb: End of state mask mandate, gathering limits doesn’t mean an end to the pandemic CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews WhatsApp Facebooklast_img read more

Motivation station

first_img 52SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Nanci Wilson Nanci started her credit union journey due to lack of kindness.That fact is what led her to close her bank account and open up at a credit union.Ultimately … Web: https://www.universityfederalcu.org Details The other day I heard the expression, “Don’t let your ice cream melt counting someone else’s sprinkles”.I love that! How true it is.We often compare ourselves to others in social and work settings. I think we can all admit that we have at one time or another muttered the words, “How did they accomplish THAT?”.During those moments that green-eyed monster referred to as jealousy pops up over your shoulder and makes googly eyes at your conscience.In that pivotal moment you have the choice to give in to those feelings or to count your blessings for your own accomplishments and move on.I realized a long time ago that “counting someone else’s sprinkles” was not only a waste of time, but also a waste of effort.So how do you combat that natural emotion to compare?Personally, I truly believe that an important component to success is creating a motivation station.You’re saying, “that sounds cumbersome Nanci? I don’t want to!”It truly isn’t a huge undertaking and I have found it to be extremely necessary.I have an actual sub-folder in my work email called “Motivation Station”.Tucked away neatly within this folder are e-mails of kudos, high fives, good jobs, you did it, and a plethora of other amazing tid-bits my co-workers have been kind enough to give me.Some of the e-mails are specific “HOORAY’S”.Some are just things that made me chuckle or say “awwww”.On the days that we all have that are long, exhausting, or even downright frustrating, I take a peek in my Motivation Station to remind me that it’s alright. This too shall pass and sometimes as hard as things get, there will always be another moment around the curve.The mantra of being kind to others is not reserved for everyone aside from yourself.You must also find your place within that kindness.The place where you too celebrate who you are and what you do.I challenge you to set up your own Motivation Station and while you are sliding e-mails into there, make sure you are reaching out to your teammates and giving them material for theirs.There are many things in this life that will happen regardless of our efforts.Some good.Some bad.Success is not defined by either of these moments.At the end of the day, success is living your best life, doing the best that you can, being an important part of a motivational team, and not forgetting yourself in that process.last_img read more

Hero’s Welcome as Oscar Lands in China

first_imgTevez’s transfer fee was €0.5 million, according to the website transfermarkt.com, which tracks football transfers, and the 32-year-old is reportedly set to become the highest-paid player in the world with a two-year contract of €38 million per season.Oscar’s deal with Shanghai SIPG is thought to be €24 million a season — which would put him above Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi — but the fee they paid to Chelsea eclipses the estimated €55.8 million the ambitious Chinese side shelled out for Brazilian striker Hulk in July.SIPG General Manager, Sui Guoyang, admits that Chinese clubs need to offer eye-watering sums of money if they are to get in the big names.“If we don’t offer €60 million, do you think he will bother to come?” Sui asked last week of Oscar, according to Sky Sports.“There’s such a huge gap between CSL and Europe’s top leagues. It’s unrealistic to suggest that we would have done it in a different way.“The cost of signing the player was €60m indeed, not £60m. The club’s senior management personally flew to Paris to seal the deal.”Chelsea Manager, Antonio Conte, who dropped Oscar this season and deemed him surplus to requirements at the Premier League title-chasers, last month said the burgeoning financial muscle of Chinese clubs was “a danger” to football because few other teams in the world could compete with the vast sums they are splashing out.After escorting Oscar through a media scrum on arrival, Sui dismissed concerns raised by Chinese state media of a market bubble in the Chinese league, again arguing that prices have to be higher to attract players away from big European leagues.“The league is developing so of course it will go through many different stages,” Sui told AFP.“I believe that from now on the Chinese Super League will become healthier and more normal.”Some fans put it more bluntly.“In the end if you do not pay the money then nobody would be willing to come over here,” said SIPG supporter Zou Jiahuo.Oscar and Hulk will work under former Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas at the Shanghai club.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Brazilian star Oscar was given a hero’s welcome when he landed in Shanghai monday in a €60-million-euro deal from Chelsea that smashes the Asian transfer record.Dozens of chanting Shanghai SIPG supporters mobbed the international midfielder, 25, at the city’s Pudong airport.Oscar’s arrival in the Chinese Super League (CSL) comes ahead of that of Argentina’s former Manchester United striker Carlos Tevez, who signed for Shanghai Shenhua in another big-money deal last week.last_img read more