Only the beginning for Limerick political revolutionary Cian

first_imgBilly Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Advertisement Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live A big thank you to his supporters from Cllr Cian Prendiville.by Alan [email protected]ickpost.ieSign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A big thank you to his supporters from Cllr Cian Prendiville.ANTI Austerity Alliance councillor Cian Prendiville who was just 278 votes short of unseating Education Minister Jan O’Sullivan in the General Election warned this week that his party are here to stay.Cllr Prendiville, who received a total of 6,774 votes, was back out on the streets of Limerick City this Monday to thank all those who voted for the AAA.“We are here to stay, and this election is just the beginning of a political revolution,” he insisted.“The political elite is in free fall. Their time is passing, and our political revolution has only just begun.”Cllr Prendiville also appealed to all those who voted for him and the AAA, to now take the next step and get involved in building this new movement for workers and young people by joining up.“I see a lot of talk about how Fianna Fáil gained votes in Limerick, and obviously they did. However, far bigger than any swing to Fianna Fail was the huge swing to AAA. We can add to this the 2,500 people who gave their first preference to O’Dea, largely because they felt they owed him a favour but then voted for us as a statement of their desire for real change,” he claimed.“Don’t believe the hype, this election is still Fianna Fáil’s second worst election in the history of the State. In fact, they have even gone down across the country compared to the percentage vote they got in the local elections two years ago. The real story of this election is the collapse of the political elite and the huge breakthrough made by the AAA in building a real alternative,” he concluded. Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Previous articleHermitage Green launch ‘Save Your Soul’ this Saturday at HMV LimerickNext articleLimerick woman rescued from bridge over River Shannon Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Twittercenter_img Print NewsLocal NewsOnly the beginning for Limerick political revolutionary CianBy Alan Jacques – March 3, 2016 760 Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Facebook Linkedin WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads TAGSAnti Austerity AllianceCllr Cian Prendivillegeneral election 2016limerick Emaillast_img read more

Saint Mary’s to host conference promoting female empowerment in business

first_imgSaint Mary’s announced the College will be hosting the #RealBossLady Engaging Women Conference on May 22 in an email sent to the College community Tuesday.According to the release, the conference, hosted by the College’s Women’s Entrepreneurial Initiative (WEI), a nonprofit group that works to empower women in business, and 1st Source Bank, was founded in 2015 and has since hosted over 1,000 female leaders.“Women in the community will have the opportunity to learn, share and grow while networking with many other women leaders at this year’s annual Engaging Women Conference,” the release said.Willow Wetherall, director of the WEI at Saint Mary’s, said this year’s theme, #RealBossLady, will focus on “being the boss of one’s personal life, career and business, while also attending to women’s desires to have a lasting impact.”Beatrice Phillips, director of business development at Boling Vision and a member of the conference’s planning committee, said the event is designed to support women in all stages of their careers.“Women in our community are at many different points in their lives, careers and businesses — entry-level, rising stars or executive management,“ Phillips said. ”Whether we are launching or growing businesses, advancing our careers or making a difference in our communities, we can reach our goals and our full potential faster with the support of other women.”The conference will help equip women to serve their local communities, Wetherall said.“We will be providing tools for our attendees to take these messages back out into their communities, workplaces and businesses to create positive change for women in the greater South Bend-Elkhart region,” Wetherall said. “We want to amplify the impact of this one day and drive it forward, so it lives on outside the walls of the conference year round.”The event will also recognize the legacy of the College’s 175th anniversary, the email said.“Generations of Saint Mary’s graduates have emerged as global leaders and change-makers,” Wetherall said. “We pay tribute to the visionary leadership and perseverance of the founding sisters as we come together for a day of growth, connection and lasting change.”The conference will be held May 22 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Early registration, which lasts until May 3, is $70 with the promo code “early bird.” Regular registration for the event is $85.For more information, contact Willow Wetherall at [email protected]: #realbosslady, WEI, Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiativelast_img read more

Andre Ayew ‘pleased to score brace’ as Swansea beat Middlesbrough [VIDEO]

first_imgAndre Ayew says he is pleased to have scored his eighth and ninth goals of the season for Swansea as they beat Middlesbrough 3-1 at the Liberty Stadium.Andre scored from spot after he was tripped in the box in the 22nd minute.After Middlesbrough had levelled, Andre put the Swans back in front as he fired home from inside the penalty area in the 71st minute.Sam Surridge made sure the points were safe as Swansea picked up their first win in seven matches.After the game an ecstatic Andre Ayew said that he was pleased to have scored in such an important win, in a video that was posted on Swansea’s Twitter page.“Hi Jack Army. Pleased to get the win, pleased to get the goals. Keep supporting us and we’ll make sure that we make you guys happy.”Ayew has now scored seven goals in the Championship and, in addition to his two league cup goals, nine overall. The player has also set up four goals for his teammates this season.This was also his 24th and 25th goal for Swansea.The result takes Swansea into 10th place with 34 points, just one point away from the playoff spots.Here’s Andre’s reaction after the match:last_img read more