Newsx Adverts Bus Eireann rejects claim that fares are to cheap to Donegal Previous article3rd robbery reported in Derry CityNext articleLatest figures show that house prices continue to fall News Highland A Fine Gael Senator from Dublin has complained that Bus Eireann fares to Letterkenny are to cheap compared to other areas of the country.Catherine Noone is a Fine Gael Senator for Dublin South East and claims there are serious discrepancies in the price commuter belt customers are being charged to travel to and from Dublin.She says someone travelling to Navan from Dublin is charged 22 cents a kilometre but if there are going to Letterkenny, the cost is just 8 cents per kilometre.The Senator is accusing Bus Eireann of leading some commuters up the garden path – that is a charge rejected by Andrew McLindon, PR Manager at Bus Eireann:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/andr1pmbus.mp3[/podcast] Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published WhatsApp Google+ By News Highland – December 20, 2011 Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp Google+ Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Twitter Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Facebook Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey Pinterest
Over the last ten years, Bristol (TN/VA) has become one of my favorite places in the world. Long regarded as the center of the country music world, Bristol is home to my favorite music festival – Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion – and some of the best mountain music you’ll find this side of the Blue Ridge.It’s been a while since the Trail Mix blog has featured an artist and the Our Town format. When I found out that Bristol troubadour J.P. Parsons was releasing a record, though, it was a no brainer. We are featuring “We Were Once Heroes,” a track Parsons cut with his latest project, The American Bandwagon, for the band’s recent release, Until This Day Is Done.Blessed with a raspy growl reminiscent of Steve Earle or Chris Knight, Parsons has been honing his songwriting craft in and around the Bristol area for fifteen years. An avid supporter of the local scene, Parsons has hosted songwriter showcases, performed with a number of bands – including Hundred Acres, another local favorite – and is a regularly featured local artist at the Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion.Trail Mix caught up with Parsons to chat about Bristol, his hometown. Considering that Bristol was named by this here magazine as the Best Music Town in the Blue Ridge, these places, along with many others, would be worth checking out the next time you buzz down through Southwest Virginia and Northeast Tennessee.BRO – Best cup of joe?JP – Andy’s Market on Commonwealth Avenue. It’s strong, truck-stop coffee that’s so thick it’s hard to stir. Plus, the customers make for some interesting fodder for songwriting.BRO – Favorite local band?JP – Steve Gilbert. Steve has a fantastic neo-Townes van Zandt meets a punk rock Bruce Springsteen style. And not only does Steve play in multiple projects, he is also CEO of Self-Destruct Buttons . . . . and he’s my neighbor.BRO – Favorite place to catch some live music?JP – The Pickin’ Porch, which is located in the Event Foundation at 620 State Street. It’s a weekly two hour bluegrass and old time music show featuring some of the best musicians in the region. The Mountain Music Museum is also right next door.BRO – Favorite place to play some live music?JP – O’Mainnin’s Pub & Grille, right here on State Street. It’s dark, smoky, and rowdy, with a fantastic outdoor stage during the summer and fall. I did my first album release there. The owner, Dave Manning, is a big – if not the biggest – supporter of local original music in Bristol.BRO – Interesting tidbit about Bristol that an out-of-towner should know?JP – The most recognizable landmark in Bristol, the Bristol Sign, was originally erected on top of the Interstate Hardware Company building on the Tennessee side of State Street in 1910. The original slogan said, “Push! That’s Bristol!” Sometimes, the bulbs would burn out and it would read “Pu ! That’s Bristol!” or “ sh! That’s Bristol.”J.P. Parsons will be out and about with his guitar on Thursday, August 7, at the aforementioned O’Mainnin’s Pub & Grille in Bristol. He will be at the Holston River Brewing Company, also in Bristol, on Friday, August 15, and at the Sleepy Owl Brewery in Kingsport, Tennessee, on Saturday, August 16.For more information on J.P. Parsons & The American Bandwagon, surf over to www.reverbnation.com/jpparsons.
Defending FA Cup champions New Edubiase United have been knocked out of the competition after losing 1-0 to Division One side Starke FC on Sunday in their outstanding round of 64 match at the Dunkwa Park.Despite Edubiase’s elimination, it was a dominant Sunday for the Premier League sides in the competition as six progressed to the third round with the exception of Wa All Stars and King Faisal.At the Accra Sports Stadium , Hearts needed a late Mahatma Otoo strike to beat BA Stars 1-0 to advance to the last 16 of the competition.King Faisal were shocked 1-0 at the Baba Yara Stadium by Tudu Mighty Jets. Berekum Chelsea beat Gomoa Feyenoord 3-2 and Aduana Stars thrashed Swedru All Blacks 3-0.Round of 64 – March, 10Starke FC 1-0 New Edubiase Round of 32 – Sunday, March, 10Aduana Stars 3-0 All BlacksTema Youth 4-0 Dynamo FCWa All Stars 0 4-5(pen) 0 Medeama SCToende FC 0 0-3(pen) 0 Gold Stars Hearts of Oak 1-0 BA StarsBerekum Chelsea 3-2 FeyenoordKing Faisal 0-1 Mighty JetsHeart of Lions 2-1 Sarmatex
Mark Cuban on expectations for Kristaps Porzingis: ‘To f—ing crush it’ While they didn’t get to the playoffs this season, if they continue to build on what they accomplished this year, the postseason will be there for the taking soon.Studs of the NightJoel Embiid scored 14 of Philadelphia’s first 19 points and 39 on the night to go with 13 rebounds and six assists in the 76ers’ 123-110 win over the Nets.Heat point guard Goran Dragic tallied his first triple-double of the season with 23 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists in Miami’s 105-99 win over Dallas.Bucks forward Khris Middleton scored 39 points and added nine rebounds in Milwaukee’s 128-118 win over the Clippers.James Harden scored 38 points and added six rebounds and six assists in Houston’s 112-85 drubbing of the Nuggets. One loss from the Kings and their playoff hopes are dashed.It was a great run for this young Sacramento team, but it’s over. It’s nothing to be ashamed of, though. The team has a new young leader at point guard in De’Aaron Fox, a more-than-capable scorer in Buddy Hield, a solid rookie in Marvin Bagley III and a Sixth Man of the Year candidate in Bogdan Bogdanovic. Related News The Western Conference playoff teams are just about set.After San Antonio’s 116-110 win over the Cavaliers and the Kings’ 121-118 loss to the Pelicans on Thursday, the Spurs (44-32) are 6 1/2 games up on Sacramento (37-38), which has seven games left to play. Dud of the NightKnicks point guard Dennis Smith Jr. had more turnovers (2) than assists (1) while shooting 2 of 11 from the floor and scoring seven points in a 117-92 loss to the Raptors.HighlightThere is nothing to hate about this clip for Pistons fans as the team tallied two blocks and a nice save on the defensive end and added some nice passing which led to a 3-pointer at the other end in a 115-98 win over the Magic.So much goodness in one clip.#PistonsNow powered by @RocketFiber pic.twitter.com/fly12PgKxz— Detroit Pistons (@DetroitPistons) March 28, 2019What’s NextHornets (35-39) at Lakers (33-42) 10:30 p.m. ET — The Hornets can move within one game of a playoff spot in the East with a win on Friday. The Nets, Magic, Heat and Pistons are all off, so Charlotte makes progress with a win no matter what with eight games left to play.