Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Pinterest Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH WhatsApp Army dispose of device habded in to Milford Garda Station Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Twitter Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Help sought in search for missing 27 year old in Letterkenny Facebook Google+ Google+ Previous articlePSNI intensify Omagh murder investigationNext articleCensus will provide clarification on the number of unoccupied houses – CSO News Highland Pinterest News 448 new cases of Covid 19 reported today It’s emerged that an Army Bomb Disposal Team was called to Milford Garda Station after a suspect device was handed in by a member of the public last evening.The device, described by an army spokesman as a ‘projectable enhancer’, had been washed up along Rathmullan Strand.The bomb disposal team arrived at Milford Garda station at 5.10pm and removed the item at 5.20pm.The operation, which was described as a ‘conventional munition disposal’, resulted in the device being taken away to be disposed of at a later date.The enhancers are plastic containers with small amounts of energetic material which are used to give extra distance to projectiles.The Defence Forces spokesman described the device as ‘corroded but stable’.The area around Milford Garda Station was declared safe shortly afterwards and nobody was hurt during the operation. By News Highland – April 7, 2011 NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly Twitter
Comments are closed. Britain’s railway industry must learn from its mistakes when it comes tohealth and safety, not retreat into a shell, the HSE has urged. Timothy Walker, director- general of the HSE, said it was vital staff,passengers and safety representatives all had a chance to contribute to thedebate on how to improve safety on the railways in the wake of the Hatfieldrail crash. “Without safety, and a public perception that the railway is safe,there will be neither performance nor growth. The industry – including the HSE– must not cut itself off from the wider world.” Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Railways must consult on safetyOn 1 Apr 2001 in Personnel Today
The BLM plans to defer two whole parcels that contain unplugged well bores until they have undergone sufficient inspection and enforcement BLM Wyoming to offer 260 parcels in December 2020 oil and gas lease sale. (Credit: skeeze from Pixabay) The Bureau of Land Management’s Wyoming State Office plans to offer 260 parcels totaling about 282,731 acres in an oil and gas lease sale the week of Dec. 14, 2020. This includes 61 parcels nominated for the December sale as well as 199 parcels totaling about 219,418 acres that were deferred from lease sales earlier this year due to their inclusion of Greater Sage-grouse habitat.Five whole parcels and portions of 10 others, about 18,176 acres in all, were deleted from analysis because they are in areas closed to leasing. In addition, the BLM plans to defer two whole parcels that contain unplugged well bores until they have undergone sufficient inspection and enforcement, and parts of two parcels to allow for tribal consultation.The BLM has meticulously reviewed the proposed parcels and determined leasing each of them conforms to all applicable policies and land use plans. All parcels will include appropriate protections and stipulations, such as seasonal timing limitations and controlled surface use to protect sage-grouse habitat and other important natural resources.Leasing, the first step in the process to develop federal oil and gas, does not inherently authorize exploration or development. Before a lessee can begin developing federal minerals, the BLM must approve a separate permit based on a more detailed review of the site-specific plan and its potential consequences. Source: Company Press Release
The Exchange Club of Ocean City will sponsor the Cole Bros. Circus in Seaville, NJ, on Monday and Tuesday. Tickets are on sale now. The Exchange Club of Ocean City will host the Cole Brothers — Circus to the Max with four shows: 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Monday (August 10) and 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tuesday (August 11).The event will be held at 2065 Route 9 (Mile Marker 24) in Seaville (just north of Cedar Square Shopping Center). Seaville is on the mainland to the south of the 34th Street causeway.Tickets are available in advance at www.GoToTheCircus.com with free general admission to children under 13 (accompanied by a paid adult). Tickets can also be purchased at MC Signs (231 West Avenue in Ocean City) or at Ulmer’s Appliance (3130 Asbury Avenue in Ocean City).A portion of the proceeds benefit the efforts of the Exchange Club of Ocean City. For additional information on the club, visit www.ocexchangeclub.org. For info on the circus, visit colebroscircus.com.