Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your name here Photo: Netflix Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate TAGSnetflix Previous articleApopka Police Department Arrest ReportNext articleIt’s official: The Apopka Police Department is accredited Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR This Month’s HighlightsAvailable November 3For fans of The Handmaid’s Tale: Alias GraceWe had no intention of spotlighting three Netflix costume dramas in one month, but them’s the breaks. First, this is one of the streaming service’s worst months on record for back-catalogue releases. Second, Alias Grace is based on a Margaret Atwood novel, with the terrifically smart Sarah Polley writing and producing and American Psycho’s Mary Harron at the helm — three of the most ingenious women in entertainment, working together on something special. And third, this thing looks damn compelling, a 19th-century psychological murder mystery with an amnesiac Irish immigrant maid at its center. Available November 3.Available November 17For the Oscar watchers: MudboundNetflix’s first true shot at gold glory comes courtesy of Dee Rees, the superbly talented filmmaker behind Pariah. Here, Rees works on a much larger canvas to adapt Hillary Jordan’s novel about the relationship between white landowners and black sharecroppers in the Mississippi Delta at the end of World War II. Reviews at Sundance were ecstatic, particularly for stars Carey Mulligan, Jason Clarke, and Mary J. Blige. If Rees can score a Best Director nomination for Mudbound, it will be a welcome and well-deserved triumph. Available November 17.Available November 22For the Western crowd: GodlessLike a mix of Deadwood and Johnny Guitar, this new seven-part series from co-creator and executive producer Steven Soderbergh might be the first Western that moms will love more than dads. It’s set in a frontier town where all the men have died in a mining accident, leaving the women — gun-toting, tobacco-chewing forces of nature — to uphold law and order when some new outlaw dudes saddle into town with all their drama. It’s hard to pass up the chance to see Downton Abbey’s Michelle Dockery get royally nasty with a shotgun. (And if you’re sick of histories by now, you can go watch The Boss Baby. No one’s stopping you.) Available November 22.Full ListTV ShowsAvailable November 1• Stranger: Season 1• Under Arrest: Season 7Available November 2• Ten Percent (a.k.a. Call My Agent!): Season 2Available November 3• Alias Grace • The Big Family Cooking Showdown: Season 1Available November 7• Fate/Apocrypha: Part 1• P. King Duckling: Season 1• Project Mc²: Part 6Available November 10• Blazing Transfer Students: Season 1• Dinotrux Supercharged: Season 1• Glitter Force Doki Doki: Season 2• Lady Dynamite: Season 2Available November 15• Lockup: State Prisons: Collection 1Available November 17• Longmire: Final Season• Luna Petunia: Season 3• Marvel’s The Punisher • Shot in the Dark: Season 1• Spirit: Riding Free: Season 3• Stretch Armstrong & the Flex Fighters: Season 1Available November 22• GodlessAvailable November 23• She’s Gotta Have It: Season 1Available November 24• Frontier: Season 2• The Many Faces of Ito: Season 1• Trailer Park Boys: Out of the Park: USA: Season 1Available November 27• Broadchurch: Season 3 • My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic: Season 7, Part 2 Available November 28• Glitch: Season 2• Good Morning Call: Season 2Available November 29• Guerra De Idolos: Season 1MoviesAvailable November 1• 42 • The Bittersweet• Casper• Chappie• Charlotte’s Web (2006)• Field of Dreams • Men in Black • Michael Clayton• Oculus• The Pursuit of Happyness• The Reader• Scary Movie • Silent Hill • To Rome with Love• Undercover Grandpa• Where the Day Takes You • The Whole Nine YardsAvailable November 2• All About the Money• It’s Not Yet Dark Available November 3• Eventual SalvationAvailable November 4• WilliamsAvailable November 5• The Homesman • The VeilAvailable November 6• The DinnerAvailable November 7• Dizzy & Bop’s Big Adventure: The Great Music Caper• The Journey Is the Destination• Killing GroundAvailable November 10• The Killer• Mea CulpaAvailable November 12• Long Time RunningAvailable November 13• Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane Documentary • Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters UnleashedAvailable November 14• DeRay Davis: How to Act Black• HickokAvailable November 16• 9Available November 17• A Christmas Prince• Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond – Featuring a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton • Mudbound • Red, White, Black, Blue Odyssey• Santa ClawsAvailable November 20• PiranhaAvailable November 21• Beat Bugs: All Together Now• Brian Regan: Nunchucks and Flamethrowers• The Case for Christ• Saving CapitalismAvailable November 22• The Boss Baby• Cherry Pop• TracersAvailable November 23• DeepAvailable November 24• Bushwick • Cuba and the CameramanAvailable November 27• Darkness RisingAvailable November 28• The Queen of SpainAvailable November 30• The Details• Winning As fall hits its stride, you’ll need a healthy dose of new streaming content as you keep warm indoors. 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DFID’s Small Charities Challenge Fund launched Tagged with: Funding small charities Melanie May | 11 July 2017 | News 138 total views, 4 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis13 aim to reach the most vulnerable or marginalised in societycontribute towards the Global Goalsconsider DFID’s wider strategic objectivessupport the goals of UK Aid DirectAll applications are assessed/reviewed by an independent Technical Review Panel. 137 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis13 DFID’s Small Charities Challenge Fund launched last week (5th July), offering grants of up to £50,000 for grassroots organisations working in countries with the lowest Human Development Index ranking. The Small Charities Challenge Fund (SCCF) was first announced in March, by International Development Secretary Priti Patel, and is designed to strengthen grassroots organisations working with the poor, vulnerable and most marginalised. It is specifically aimed at supporting small, UK-registered charities with an annual income of less than £250,000 and will support small development groups to scale-up and increase the reach and efficiency of their projects.Grants of up to £50,000 will be available for projects of up to two years in any one of the lowest 50 countries in the UN Human Development Index (HDI) or in certain countries that DFID considers to be high or moderate fragility.Announcing the fund’s imminent launch at the ‘What the world needs from Global Britain’ event, held in Westminster on 28th June, Patel said:“For the most part, smaller charities have not had the opportunity to work with DFID, have not had the opportunity to have access to UK aid, and they have not had the opportunity to share in that funding stream that others have benefited from. This is the first time that we have ever done anything like this – setting up a fund dedicated purely to small, UK based charities across the country.”The application process for the fund is a one-stage process and it will remain continually open with all applications reviewed on a six-monthly basis.Applicants will need to be able to demonstrate that they: Advertisement About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com.
Advertisement Facebook Print Linkedin Twitter WhatsApp NewsLimerick startup company in national finalBy Editor – November 12, 2015 824 Previous articleLimerick 2020 – Multiplicity #limerick2020Next articleLimerick people hindered by low income limits for social housing Editor Peter Hunt of Piggyback (right) with Padraic McElwee, of the Clare Local Enterprise Office at the Regional Final of the Best Young Entrepreneur competitionSTART-UP company Piggyback, based in the Nexus Innovation Centre in UL, has won a place at this year’s Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur (IBYE) National Final.Regional winner for Best Idea, PiggyBack uses cloud-based technology to provide taxi operators and drivers with insight into driver performance, demand hotspots and route efficiency.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Peter Hunt of PiggyBack said: “I’m delighted to be recognised by the Local Enterprise Offices for my work on PiggyBack. We have a fantastic team without whom,this would not be possible. I am also blessed with the guidance and support I receive from Nexus and Local Enterprise Office Clare.”PiggyBack is the world’s first cloud-based ride-demand intelligence platform for taxi operators and city managers.The company’s first product is a mobile and desktop application for taxi operators and individual drivers to assist them with getting more fares, improve efficiency and service and boosting revenue as a result.PiggyBack has offices in the University of Limerick at the Nexus Innovation Centre and a secondary office in San Francisco, CA.The product is at Beta stage of development and is undergoing pilot testing.A soft launch is planned in January 2016.Nexus centre manager Gert O’Rourke commented: “The path of a start-up entrepreneur is risky and difficult to navigate. We are delighted to see companies like Piggyback and incubating in a startup environment with like-minded entrepreneurs, leveraging their network to get feedback and support.”Peter is in with a chance of winning a share in a €100,000 investment fund when he represents the region in the Best Idea category at the national final in Dublin in December. Email
Previous articleDrugs epidemic threatens to engulf Limerick CityNext articleLand Without God | #WeAreLimerick Episode 30 Rose Rushehttp://www.limerickpost.ieCommercial Features and Arts Editor at Limerick Post Linkedin Advertisement Twitter Facebook Email Print FAMOUS for its cheese-making and dairy farming, Charleville is in the heart of the Golden Vale, a pretty ribbon of a border town. Recalling “an absolutely brilliant upbringing there,” the young, athletic Dessie Fitzgerald has long grown up to make a national footprint in an inspirational way.His was a social childhood blessed with a passion for hurling, rugby and soccer “but hurling mostly, a sport that is absolutely brilliant.” There was Dad/ Des, “a Charleville man born and bred”, Mum/ Geraldine née Griffin, from Ballygran and brothers Michael, Joseph and Conor.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “Charleville for me gave a sense of who you are,” states Dessie. “People have each other’s backs and look out for one another. There are schools and communities, Kerry Foods [Denny, Galtee, Mattessons, Dairygold], engineering. Ther is St Joseph’s Foundation for people with intellectual disabilities, who do amazing work.”The Fitzgerald boys were growing up, Dessie qualifying as an electrical engineer and romancing fiancée Sarah McEvoy. Life was promising. Yet the North Cork man featured on ‘The Late Late Show’ in April this year, so remarkable is his storybook since.In conversation, Dessie is honest, modest and open about the depths to which circumstances beyond his control challenged him, until and with help, he was able to take control – and live life at optimum level.The tilt and turn of life and death came early to the Fitzgeralds. “My younger brother, age 23, died by suicide. Michael was working in a Charleville company at the time and he seemed to be doing well, everything was good – and we had no idea he was struggling. “Even now, years on and having secured much help (eventually, that took a while to embrace), you can hear the break in his voice as he revisits that discovery, that this loved family member took his life and so suddenly. The Fitzgeralds were devastated.“A couple of months later, while we were not near processing what had happened with Michael, I was playing hurling in Charleville. A tackle led to a life-changing injury.”Dessie stops the chat for a minute. “I was paralysed from the shoulders down. This happened the day before my 29th birthday.”He talks about treatment in the Mater Hospital, moving on for the bones of a year to the National Rehabilitation Hospital, and the welcome discovery that the spinal chord break was incomplete. There was hope of being able to recovery some mobility and further functioning.“Returning home, I struggled every way, with Michael and his death, with being pushed in a wheelchair. My amazing partner Sarah stood beside me. ” A return to the NRH and then home again “saw the real battle begin.”He is frank about the darkness, the anger and the depressions that governed.“Then my brother James, who was aged 16, passed away from Sudden Adult Death Syndrome while working out in the gym.“You can imagine how lost I was, all the ways, emotionally, physically, mentally. I had to deal with my kidneys [challenged by the spinal injury] and my mobility. There were days I could not get out of bed. I was really struggling.”The despair continued with many troubled, grieving days and nights. “Then I was with my brother Conor at the doctor’s surgery and I started to ask for help. I went to a healing workshop to try and clear my self, my mental health, my emotional self and I became more accepting. My physical body followed suit and more movement was possible.”With his wife Sarah, née McEvoyHe speaks lovingly and with some awe of his wife Sarah and how becoming closer, letting her in, was finally possible. They have two little boys today, MJ (4) and Jack (2).Ultimately, Dessie Fitzgerald re-trained and routed his work trajectory to become an acclaimed mind and life coach and motivational speaker.Be it personal development, career choices abd blocks, a sporting life, or overcoming difficulties and the past, he is renowned for one to one coaching, sessional care and also with groups, dealing with clubs, schools, communities.Perhaps his website says it best? “That is what I do. I help individuals overcome obstacles so they can achieve what they want in their personal lives, in the workplace or on the sports field and feel empowered, confident and peaceful while doing so.”Reader, take note.Some people have special qualities and charisma, their traumatic experiences navigated, making them well placed to bring a lantern into a darkened life or stymied career/ sports/ personal performance.What this Fitzgerald does is introduce a structured exploration towards one’s ultimate goal. This begins with an acceptance of what has happened, creating that non-judgmental space to tease out where a person wishes to be, and focus on arriving there.His online presence is a fine read at www.dessiefitzgerald.com WhatsApp NewsCommunityThe will to thrive – Dessie FitzgeraldBy Rose Rushe – October 31, 2019 339
Home / Daily Dose / Cities That ‘May Be Vulnerable’ to Foreclosures Cities That ‘May Be Vulnerable’ to Foreclosures Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago December 10, 2020 1,424 Views Related Articles Foreclosure filings in November are down 14% from the previous month, according to ATTOM Data Solutions’ November 2020 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report. It showed a total of 10,042 U.S. properties with foreclosure filings— default notices, scheduled auctions, or bank repossessions. The number is down 80% from a year ago.Rick Sharga, EVP at RealtyTrac, an ATTOM Data Solutions company, explained:”It’s not unusual to see foreclosure activity slow down beginning in November and through the holiday season. Both foreclosure starts and repossessions were down about 80% on a year-over-year basis, but it might be worth noting that a few cities that may be vulnerable to the pandemic-driven flight from urban areas to the suburbs—like New York City, Chicago, and Miami—were among the markets with the highest levels of foreclosure actions.”Across America, one in 13,581 housing units were in foreclosure in November, ATTOM reported.The report includes a regional breakdown.By state, the highest foreclosure rates were Florida (one in 7,109); Illinois (one in 7,285); Oklahoma (one in 8,128); New Mexico (one in 9,236); and Delaware (one in 9,310).Breaking down the 220 metro areas with a population of 200,000 or more, the highest number of foreclosure filings were recorded in Champaign, IL (one in 3,636); Shreveport, LA (one in 3,806); Macon, GA (one in 3,947); Davenport, IA (one in 4,038); and Evansville, IN (one in 4,296).Larger metro areas (populations topping 1 million) posting the most severe foreclosure rates included St. Louis, MO (one in 4,454); Cleveland, OH (one in 5,368); Jacksonville, FL (one in 5,877); Louisville, KY (one in 6,373), and Birmingham, AL (one in 6,591).Nationwide, 5,256 properties started foreclosure in November, down 13% from September and 75% from one year ago.Some states fared better than others; while most saw a dip in foreclosures, Missouri (+ 18%), Indiana (+ 14%), Georgia (up 4%), Arizona (up 1%), and Texas (+1%) .In large metro areas of more than 1 million residents, the highest number of foreclosure starts happened in New York, NY (454 foreclosure starts); St. Louis, MO (208), Chicago, IL (207); Miami, FL (151); and Los Angeles, CA (147).Banks seized 2,010 properties in November nationwide—that’s down 22% from September and 86% from 2019.In November, Florida (273), Illinois (167), California (164), Arizona (141), and Georgia (117) reported the most REOs, or completed foreclosures.In large metro areas of 1 million-plus people, the most REOs were filed in Chicago, IL (114); Phoenix, AZ (93); Atlanta, GA (88); Birmingham, AL (60); and Miami, FL (58).”The ATTOM Data Solutions U.S. Foreclosure Market Report provides a count of the total number of properties with at least one foreclosure filing entered into the ATTOM Data Warehouse during the month and quarter,” according to ATTOM.The researchers at ATTOM collect data is collected from more than 2,200 counties nationwide, and those counties account for more than 90% of the U.S. population. The report includes documents filed in all three phases of foreclosure including Notice of Default/Lis Pendens, auction/Notice of Trustee Sale and Notice of Foreclosure Sale; and REO.More on methodology and the full monthly reports are available on ATTOM.com. 2020-12-10 Christina Hughes Babb Share Save Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago About Author: Christina Hughes Babb The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Print This Post Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, News The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Christina Hughes Babb is a reporter for DS News and MReport. A graduate of Southern Methodist University, she has been a reporter, editor, and publisher in the Dallas area for more than 15 years. During her 10 years at Advocate Media and Dallas Magazine, she published thousands of articles covering local politics, real estate, development, crime, the arts, entertainment, and human interest, among other topics. She has won two national Mayborn School of Journalism Ten Spurs awards for nonfiction, and has penned pieces for Texas Monthly, Salon.com, Dallas Observer, Edible, and the Dallas Morning News, among others. Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Previous: Distressed Property Investing in 2021 and Beyond Next: ‘Massive and Timely’ Forbearance Policies Are Important During Crisis The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Subscribe
Support for victims of the recent flood is continuing through the weekend.It’s understood that a number of families have been given support by staff from the Department of Social Protection while council staff are continuing to provide accommodation to those left homeless.In a statement Minister Joe McHugh said that some families have been able to move into replacement homes and Defence Forces personnel are continuing to support communities.Dozens of families have now received emergency payments of €150 per person to allow them to buy clothes and other items and further payments will follow in many of these cases.It is also important that usual means testing have been set aside under this humanitarian assistance so all those earning under €70,000 a year can access full payments with only slight reductions for those over that threshold.Further payments are available to purchase household items and in some cases structural repair.A Red Cross administered scheme for small business holders, voluntary groups and sporting organisations will be finalised in the coming days.Community Welfare Officers remain on emergency standby and anyone wishing to contact them should call 074 9172288. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By News Highland – August 27, 2017 Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Support for victims of Inishowen flood continuing throughout weekend Homepage BannerNews Pinterest WhatsApp DL Debate – 24/05/21 Facebook Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Twitter Harps come back to win in Waterford Pinterest News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Google+ WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Previous articleRugby Review: Omagh back in top flightNext articleBrian McCormick Cup Results News Highland Twitter Google+
Home » News » Estate agencies given protection from commercial landlord evictions previous nextRegulation & LawEstate agencies given protection from commercial landlord evictionsAs Britain locks down for three weeks, government announces measures to prevent businesses being evicted from their premises should they struggle to pay the rent.Nigel Lewis24th March 202001,380 Views Britain has closed down for 21 days with everything apart from essential public services such as hospitals, supermarkets and petrol stations closed and free movement severely restricted.But high street hybrid estate agents with off high street premises have been given some relief from the announcement’s enormous impact; commercial landlords are to be banned from evicting businesses until the end of June.“Small businesses will wholeheartedly welcome the decision to ban evictions for commercial tenants for three months,” says Mike Cherry, Chairman of the Federation of Small Businesses (pictured, below).“This will give piece of mind to millions of small businesses who are desperately struggling with their cash flow.“We know sensible conversations between landlords and commercial tenants are taking place – but having this legislative backstop to prevent evictions during the worst of the crisis will provide much needed peace of mind for many small businesses.”But it is going to be an extraordinary three weeks. People are now only allowed to go outside their homes to buy food, do exercise by themselves including cycling and, if key workers, travel to their places of work. Gatherings of more than two people are now banned.But guidance from the government on how or whether the management of property is to be allowed as an ‘essential service’ has yet to be published, including what happens if boilers, water supplies, electricity, gas and other services require emergency repairs.The property industry also faces a once-in-a-lifetime event – the mothballing of its entire network of branches even though the UK’s 20,000 high street premises will still be paying business rates for offices that neither customers or staff can use or visit.As we reported yesterday, a petition is gathering signatures by the second to lobby the government to change their mind on this. It has already reached 7,300 signatures at the time of writing and counting.Read more about evictions.lockdown commercial landlords Federation of Small Businesses rents March 24, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
This week’s huge rise in flour prices of around £68 per tonne is unprecedented (pg 4)! It will have major impact. The baking and milling industries are not prone to drama and, though I do understand when bakers are sceptical of any flour price rise, the combination of circumstances is unique.We have been warning about impending price rises in flour for some time, particularly in our June 29 and July 6 issue lead stories and last week, when Lewis Wright, head of wheat trading at ADM, laid many of the reasons on the line.The millers are using words such as ’horrendous’ about increases in wheat costs, describing the situation as ’critical’, and ’very serious’. One of them said: “We are buckling under this situation. The prices have to be passed on”. Another said; “I’m petrified, looking at the UK weather forecast on top of all this.”I can tell by the tension in their voices and choice of words that this is a situation without precedence.Often in life, it is not one factor but a combination that causes an end result. In this price rise, it is precisely that: reduced plantings, increased demand, two years of weather extremes, rising demand for bioethanol fuel, rising costs in manufacturing. In all, it is forecast to put around 6p to 10p on a loaf. But as our bread prices chart on pages 14-15 shows, we are still among the cheapest in the world – and that should not be forgotten.Food in general has hit the headlines again this week, with price rises and health to the fore. We have seen announcements about how obesity does not discriminate between rich and poor (pg 6). There have also been warnings about the increase in Type 2 diabetes, currently costing the NHS £10m per year, and there have been demands for a ’fat tax’, of VAT on cakes and biscuits. Though rejected for now, this, like the London congestion charge, could make a reappearance a few months or years down the line.The NA’s Gill Brooks-Lonican dismisses the idea of a fat tax most aptly of all (pg 4), stating that cake and biscuits are a treat, moderate amounts of cream, butter and sugar (all natural products) are good for you and that the government should bring back more school sports. Amen to that!