Strabane man’s dying message relayed to NI Assembly

first_img Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Strabane man’s dying message relayed to NI Assembly Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Twitter News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Google+ Facebook Twitter The Northern Ireland Assembly has heard how a Strabane man upon accepting his battle with Covid-19 was coming to an end, urged people to realise the severity of the virus.Frank Tracey passed away in the early hours of Saturday morning after contracting Covid-19.West Tyrone MLA Daniel McCrossan was contacted by Mr Tracey last week who wanted a message to be heard by others.Mr McCrossan gave voice to Mr Tracey in the Assembly yesterday………Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/daniel1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.A video recording of Mr McCrossan’s speech in the assembly can be seen HERE Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme AudioHomepage BannerNews WhatsAppcenter_img WhatsApp Pinterest Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Google+ Previous articleHolohan urges vigilance as Level 5 restrictions are liftedNext articleUpdate – Seismic event was a deep South American earthquake News Highland By News Highland – December 1, 2020 last_img read more

Meet VCE at Cisco Live

first_imgThe flights are set, the rooms are booked, and VCE is ready to head to the sunshine state for Cisco Live next week. We’ll have a strong presence this year, with customer presentations, executive sessions, and demonstrations at several booths throughout the show.Along with catching the Cisco Live keynotes and super sessions, you won’t want to miss Columbia Sportswear’s Michael Leeper on Tuesday at 3 pm ET. His presentation, “Virtualizing SAP and our Hybrid Cloud Future,” will discuss how Columbia Sportswear has virtualized almost 100% of their enterprise workloads, including SAP, PeopleSoft, and Microsoft SQL, by leveraging our Vblock Systems.VCE’s chief technology officer Trey Layton is featured in two sessions this year. He’ll discuss how converged infrastructure and our partnership with Cisco plays into hot industry trends, such as mobility, big data, cloud computing, as well as “Software Defined Everything” – including software defined networks and software defined data centers.Tuesday at 8:00 am ET – Real Software Defined Networking Solutions: Optimize in an Open Network Environment – CiscoONETuesday at 4:45 pm ET – Cisco’s Partner Super Session – Fireside Chat with Cisco’s John Graham’Attendees wanting a deeper dive into our technology should catch George Viebeck’s presentation at Cisco’s Solutions Theater (Cisco’s booth) at 2 pm ET on Tuesday, as well as our demonstrations of workload mobility automation at the Cisco Unified Data Center booth #1166, EMC booth #1031, and VMware booth #1401.Lastly, make sure you stop by VCE’s booth #1011 to catch presentations from Columbia Sportswear, CSC, and Xerox, as well as test drive our recently announced software and hardware for data center environments, including:VCE Vision Intelligent Operations softwareVblock System 100 for remote office/branch office deploymentsVblock System 200 for mid-sized data centersVblock System 300 and Vblock System 700 family enhancements for greater configuration flexibility in optimizing compute, networking, and storage resourcesVblock Specialized Systems for SAP HANA® softwareWe hope to see you there!Keep your eyes peeled for VCE’s giveaways! Tweet a picture with a VCE Vblock™ System with #VblocksRock for a chance to win VCE Vblock™ Building Block kits and a LEGO™ Mindstorms™ NXT 2.0 kit.ShareLEGO and LEGO Mindstorms are trademarks of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this contest.last_img read more

Evelyn Lozada Blasts Antoine Walker’s For Claiming She’s a Gold Digger

first_imgFormer “Basketball Wives” Evelyn “walk-on-top-of-conference-tables” Lozada clapped back hard at former fiancé Antoine Walker for strongly insinuating that she was a gold digger who got ghost just when the NBA star was free-falling into monetary hell.Lozada’s recollections of their 10-year relationship are vastly different from Walker’s, including the time they got engaged. Walker told the “Russ Parr Morning Show” that Lozada started walking away when he had squandered the last of his $110 million in career NBA earnings. The professional athlete’s ultimate groupie slammed Walker on Twitter for what she says is the real reason she left him.Check it out.last_img

Gardai investigating attack on park at climate change protest

first_imgGardai in Buncrana are investigating an incident of criminal damage which occurred during last week’s climate change protest.Ground lighting and fencing was damaged at St Patrick’s Park in Buncrana while the protest was going on on September 20th.Gardai say they would like to speak to any young people attending the protest who may have witnessed anything. “Those attending the protest may have been responsible or if not they may have witnessed it,” said a Garda spokesman.Gardai investigating attack on park at climate change protest was last modified: September 24th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Latest: Southampton 0 Chelsea 0 – injury blow for Blues early on

first_imgPedro limped off after tweaking a leg muscle in the opening stages of Chelsea’s game at St. Mary’s.The Spaniard struggled from the off and eventually crumpled to a heap after six minutes, before being replaced by Oscar.Both defences looked nervous initially, despite Southampton extending their run without conceding to more than nine-and-a-half hours.After Chelsea had looked uncomfortable in dealing with a couple of Southampton corners, the ball was recycled and with Blues keeper Thibaut Courtois out of goal, Shane Long headed over from close range.Southampton were also anxious on occasion as Chelsea tried to play cute short passes around the edge of the box, and they also hacked clear a loose ball from the goalmouth after a corner.Chelsea selected the same side that started the FA Cup rout of Manchester City for the trip to Southampton.Southampton made two changes from the side which won at Swansea, Cedric returning at right wing-back while former QPR striker Charlie Austin started at the expense of Graziano Pelle.Southampton: Forster; Van Dijk, Fonte, Bertrand; Cedric, Clasie, Romeu, Davis, Targett; Long, Austin.Subs: Stekelenburg, Yoshida, Martina, Ward-Prowse, Mane, Tadic, Pelle.Chelsea: Courtois; Azpilicueta, Cahill, Ivanovic, Baba; Mikel, Fabregas; Pedro (Oscar 7), Willian, Hazard; Costa.Subs: Begovic, Matic, Loftus-Cheek, Kenedy, Oscar, Traore, Remy.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

South Africa High Commissioner to the UK visit to Rugby School and Museum

first_imgLondon (UK), Wednesday 23 March 2016 – South Africa’s High Commissioner to the UK, HE Obed Thembinkosi Mlaba will visit the Rugby School and Museum today, ahead of the 450th Anniversary of the Popular Sport (Rugby) in 2017.The objective of this meeting is to formalise the relationship between South Africa and the Rugby School. The Rugby school has formalised links known as Friends of Hong Kong and Friends of America.Sport has shown it is very powerful as a vehicle for national reconciliation and nation building.Brand South Africa’s Country manager to the UK, Ms Pumela Salela said: “Knowing how important Rugby is to South Africa, we want to establish a Friends of South Africa chapter. Rugby is one of South Africa’s big three sports, alongside soccer and cricket. For the many South African fans of the game, rugby is a serious matter, a source of bursting pride and joy.”“This visit aims to increase public awareness of rugby in South Africa more so because South Africa will for the first time, in the history of RUGBY 7 form part of the Olympic Games in 2016. This timed very well with the forthcoming 2016 Olympic games in which Rugby is included for the first time,” added Ms Salela.The SA High Commissioner will investigate opportunities for previously disadvantaged South Africans to participate on an exchange programme with the Rugby school. The school itself is located in an area called Rugby in the United KingdomFollow the conversation on @Brand_SA #SANationBrand.last_img read more

Go Beyond the Webinar| SS4MF Kids Serve Too! Series| Safe and Sound: Caring in Our Community

first_imgSafe and Sound Go Beyond the Webinar Return to article. Long DescriptionOn January 17, 2019, our second webinar in the five-part Kids Serve Too! Series, was brought to you by the Military Families Learning Network (MFLN) and Sesame Street for Military Families (SS4MF). MFLN’s Family Development concentration area took the helm to host this particular webinar on the impact of childhood trauma and community violence.Sabrina Huda and Antonio Freitas of Sesame Workshop facilitated part two of this series and provided tons of great resources focused on preventing trauma and violence in communities, as well as shared strategies and activities to help children cope.Here are some of the highlights of this latest Kids Serve Too! Series webinar:A brief overview of Sesame Street for Military Families including the topics they cover they cover on their website.The introduction of Sesame Street in Communities, the sister site of SS4MF. Talked over the site features and topic content that they specifically focus on.Antonio and Sabrina talked about the history of Sesame Street in Communities and their mission to address childhood trauma and community violence.They went over the common signs of stress that children might exhibit after a traumatic event and ways for adults to help.They shared six strategies that families can implement to help kids cope after a traumatic event and provided resources they have on their site.Several resources and ideas on how to help children cope with trauma were included in the chat pod during our live webinar. These ideas included:Using stuffed animals and children’s books to help relay messages of understanding and comfort.Sabrina Huda shared some great activities. One of those is a video called “Give yourself a Hug.” Another is simply called “Breathe” and teaches kids how to do deep belly breathing!A final activity was shared that stressed the importance of parents taking care of themselves called “Self-Care: Digging Deep.”In case you missed it, be sure to watch our archived version of this fantastic webinar here: “Safe and Sound: Caring in Our Community.” This is part 2 in our Kids Serve Too! Series, with part 3-5 still to come! Be sure to subscribe to our mailing list for this series on the homepage here. Finally, to get caught up, here is the link to part one of the series, “Sesame Street Overview on Military Resources.”last_img read more

How To Use The Shared Node Feature In DaVinci Resolve 15

first_imgEach iteration of Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve has become more efficient than the last. In 15, it’s the shared node that makes the difference.Shared nodes are a new feature in Resolve 15 that allow colorists to share individual nodes across multiple clips, allowing for simultaneous correcting and grading on all clips while maintaining the properties from the clip-specific nodes.For example, in the past, if you needed to push all the interior shots from scene six toward a warmer hue, you had two options: group all clips together and apply the correction, or individually open each clip and apply a new node to follow with the new direction. However, with the grouping aspect, you then had to keep switching between clip node graph and the group node graph to make further adjustments. Suddenly, applying the warm push to each clip became tedious, especially if there were numerous clips to adjust.This is where shared nodes come in.Creating a shared node couldn’t be easier, but there are a few steps that can trip you up (especially the automatic locking feature).To create a shared node, you simply right-click any corrector node and select Save as Shared Node. There’s no minuscule color change to the node outline, nor is there a hard-to-miss icon indicating that the corrector node is now a shared node.However, what isn’t as obvious is the small lock icon on the bottom-right of the node, which signifies that the node is locked. This is an automatic feature to prevent users from making accidental adjustments across all the clips that share the node. It can be somewhat confusing as you can still use all of the available correction and grading tools, but no adjustments are implemented. To make any further changes to the shared node, right-click and select “Lock Node” to unlock it. There won’t be an option to “unlock it” — the tick will symbolize if it’s locked or not.Of course, sharing the node is the main thing to learn.Copy and Paste The simplest (although not the most practical) way to share the node is to select and copy the node by either selecting the node and using Edit > Copy, or by hitting Ctrl+C, then moving to a new clip and pasting the shared node properties to a new node. This, however, requires one too many clicks and button presses compared to other methods.For example, if you were to copy and paste the shared node to a new clip, Resolve would automatically apply it to the node that was previously selected when grading that clip, which nullifies any existing adjustments. Therefore, you have to add a blank node before pasting the shared node.Copy Entire Grade ShortcutLikewise, if you were to copy the entire grade by using the middle mouse button shortcut (select a clip from the clip timeline, and then hover over a graded clip and press the middle mouse button), then the shared node would be on the new clip.Apply Grade from Still If you were to save a grade to the gallery, and the grade included a shared node, and you were to apply that grade to a new clip, the shared node would be included. Again, it’s important to remember that when applying a grade from a captured still, all of the nodes replace all of the existing nodes unless the still is appended.All these options are great for when you want to move the entire grade, but how about just adding the shared node to a new clip?Node Contextual MenuThis is arguably the best and easiest way to add a shared node to a new clip. Upon creating a shared node, the option to add a shared node appears in the contextual node menu (the menu that appears when you right-click a node). When you do this, you get a selection of shared nodes to choose from, and the shared node appends to the selected node; there is no overwriting existing nodes.Append Node to Selected Clips If you have several clips and need to apply the shared node to all, perhaps for a color temperature change, you can do this with relatively few clicks. First, make sure that the shared node is selected in the open clip window and that the clip timeline is visible, then while holding Ctrl, select the appropriate clips, open the color menu, and click “Append Node To Selected Clips.”If you need to delete the shared node, you need to do more than simply selecting the node and hitting delete. While that will delete the node from the specific clip, the shared node and its properties will still be active on the other clips. To remove the node from all shared clips, you have to enter the contextual node menu, and then select “Delete Shared Node.” This will delete the properties of the shared node across all clips; however, an empty node will remain. The ability to share nodes across several clips truly is a brilliant feature, and I’m sure that with future updates the feature will only improve. Being able to see which clips share the node would be most welcome . . .Lewis McGregor is a certified DaVinci Resolve trainer.Looking for more Resolve tips and tricks? Check these out.Quick Tip: How To Use Optimized Media In DaVinci ResolveRemove Unwanted Shot Features With Resolve 15’s Patch ReplacerResolve’s Lens Reflections and Film Damage FX AnalyzedVideo Tutorial: How to Configure The ADR Panel In Resolve 15Your Guide to Working with Project Files in DaVinci Resolvelast_img read more