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  • TWP Endorsement of CDC Backfires

    first_imgMontserrado County chairman for the True Whig Party, C.T.O KingA decision by the national chairman of the erstwhile grand old True Wing Party (TWP) to endorse the opposition Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) for the December 26 run-off election has been challenged by an executive of the party.On Tuesday, Reginald Goodridge announced his party’s decision to support the CDC in line with their platform to unseat the ruling Unity Party (UP) of Vice President Joseph Nyuma Boakai.The party’s Montserrado County chairman, C.T.O King, who vehemently disagreed with Goodridge’s decision, described the action as “unilateral.”In an exclusive interview with the Daily Observer on Tuesday, King argued that the party’s executive committee did not sanction Goodridge’s decision, thereby making it unofficial.“I have the endorsement of the executive committee to speak on behalf of the party against the fake one Goodridge announced to the CDC,” King declared.“Our constitution provides that any decision of the party must be firstly approved by the executive committee and not a single person like Mr. Goodridge,” King said.He clarified that the TWP executive committee has not made any decision as to which party to support during the pending runoff presidential election.“We have partisans all over the county, and if we want to make any decision, it should be done in consultation with them, but not by an individual like Goodridge,” King said.“Goodridge’s action is unconstitutional, so I urge the CDC leadership not to take it serious by doing any business with Mr. Goodridge in the name of the party,” King warned.King recalled how Goodridge exercised a similar unilateral decision when he singlehandedly endorsed the standard bearer of the party during the October 10 presidential and legislative elections.“We challenged that decision at the National Elections Commission (NEC), which resulted to the electoral body denying the party from producing a standard bearer at the just ended presidential and legislative elections,” King said.While Goodridge was yet to respond to the issue, King said the matter was still undecided at the NEC.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

  • Liberia: New Government Risks Making an Enemy Out of the Media

    first_imgPresident George Weah at the opening ceremony of a summit meeting at the African Union, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Jan. 28, 2018 (AP photo by Mulugeta Ayene). By Robbie Corey-Boulet, Senior Editor (World Politics Review)In February, former president Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf was awarded the prestigious $5 million Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership, becoming the fifth winner since the prize was established in 2007.It was the latest in a long line of honors acknowledging her efforts to rehabilitate Liberia’s democracy after more than a decade of civil conflict.In the eyes of pro-democracy activists, however, Sirleaf’s record was far from perfect. One of the most commonly cited weak spots was her commitment to freedom of the press. Her time in office certainly represented an improvement over that of her predecessor, the warlord-turned-president Charles Taylor, who had no tolerance for independent reporting.But during Sirleaf’s 12 years in office, her government failed to reform libel laws that led to the jailing of journalists and the shuttering of publications. Moreover, Freedom House consistently rated the media environment under Sirleaf as only “partly free,” citing frequent cases of intimidation and arbitrary arrests.Yet three months into the term of her successor, the soccer star-turned-politician George Weah, Liberian journalists could be forgiven for wondering if Sirleaf’s presidency will represent a high-water mark in terms of the space they’re given to do their work. That’s because, in recent weeks, two high-profile confrontations have highlighted hostility toward the press on the part of the new administration, including from Weah himself—an especially worrying development, given that the country’s United Nations peacekeeping mission recently closed its doors, depriving journalists of a powerful ally.The first incident involves the newspaper FrontPage Africa, which was founded in 2005 and consistently publishes the most aggressive reporting in the country. According to the Committee to Protect Journalists or CPJ, the paper was recently slapped with a $1.8 million lawsuit over an allegedly defamatory advertisement concerning land administration. Moreover, on April 9, while delivering a summons related to the case, authorities “briefly detained at least seven journalists” and temporarily closed the newsroom, CPJ said.One of the plaintiffs in the case is a man with ties to Weah’s political party, the Coalition for Democratic Change, or CDC. The CPJ also noted that Jefferson Koijee, the mayor of Monrovia, the capital, and a member of the CDC, publicly criticized FrontPage Africa for “unprofessional attacks on the presidency” before the summons was issued. Rodney Sieh, FrontPage Africa’s publisher, has said he suspects the paper is being targeted because of its critical coverage, noting that other papers that ran the same advertisement have yet to face any repercussions. The case has echoes of one that unfolded in 2013 when Sieh was jailed for nearly three months over a libel judgment stemming from FrontPage Africa’s reporting about a government minister.The government has denied any involvement in this new case, saying it relates to a private matter. But there’s no question about the state’s involvement in the second incident that has raised alarm in Liberian media circles, as it was initiated by the president himself.On March 22, during a joint press conference with U.N. Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed at Liberia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Weah fielded a question from Jonathan Paye-Layleh, the longtime Liberian correspondent for the BBC and Associated Press, about efforts to prosecute those who committed wartime atrocities. Weah’s response began with a boilerplate, if faltering, endorsement of the rule of law before taking an unexpectedly confrontational turn. Addressing Paye-Layleh directly, Weah said, “When I was advocating for human rights in the country, you were one person that was against me.” He offered no explanation.There were signs early on in George Weah’s political career that he might try to exert undue influence over what journalists publish.According to Paye-Layleh, a former colleague of mine at the AP in West Africa, the episode did not end there. He says that when he sought clarification from the government, he “came under verbal attacks from the president’s supporters.” Three days after the press conference, Weah’s office issued a statement featuring the bizarre claim that while Weah, who spent most of the war years playing soccer for European teams, was trying to bring attention to human rights abuses committed in his home country, Paye-Layleh was “bent on undermining his efforts by depicting a positive image of the carnage.”The Press Union of Liberia responded with a statement accusing Weah of “tearing down one of Liberia’s revered journalists in the eye of the world.” More broadly, the statement lamented “the speed at which the Executive Mansion is fast leading the reverse of gains made on journalists’ safety.”Taken together, these incidents do raise legitimate questions about Weah’s willingness to allow journalists to report freely. Given that he’s spent most of his life in the public eye, including more than a decade as a politician, his antagonistic stance toward Paye-Layleh is particularly odd. “One would have thought that after 12 years of being in opposition, with some of the negative press that Weah received, he would have been prepared to engage more maturely with the media,” says Aaron Weah, a Liberian political analyst who is not related to the president. “I’m a little surprised that Weah has not understood the orientation of the Liberian media. Historically, the media is always regime critical.”There were signs earlier in George Weah’s political career that he might try to exert undue influence over what journalists publish. During the 2011 election, for example, when Weah was running for vice president on the CDC’s ticket, the BBC covered a campaign rally in the northern city of Ganta during which a CDC vehicle struck a bystander, leaving him “covered in blood.” Apparently worried about how the story would play out, Weah called a local journalist over and, according to the BBC, forced him to delete photos of the victim—“or else deal with his security men.”The worry now is that, with Weah installed at the Executive Mansion, there are few checks on this type of behavior. For his part, Weah has pushed back against claims that he wants to stifle freedom of expression in the country. In a statement about the FrontPage Africa case, the Ministry of Information said the president would work to “decriminalize speech offenses” to give media outlets “protection against closures and arrests.” His government has also vowed to investigate the recent killing of Tyron Brown, a video editor with a private broadcasting company who was found stabbed to death in a suburb of Monrovia; there were no immediate indications that Brown had been targeted for his work.Yet in a recent meeting with Liberian media executives, Weah also offered clues that tensions between his government and the media are likely to persist, in no small part because, in his mind, it is the job of journalists to publicize his good works. “While it is true the media and journalists are at liberty to write and criticize in whatever way they see,” he said, “it is also incumbent of the media to mention the achievements of the government.”Souce: World Politics ReviewShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

  • Snowboarders invited to race at Powder King

    first_imgAnyone interested in competing is allowed to register, but must follow some guidelines set up for racers’ safety. All racers must have a helmet, and must be at a level comfortable enough to carve on their snowboard, to ensure riders can manipulate their way through the designed course safely.Competitors must also sign waiver forms for insurance purposes, and those under the age of 18 must have their parents or guardian sign permission forms.The competition will hit the slopes of Powder King on February 23 and 24.- Advertisement -The first race of the season was recently held at Tabor Mountain Ski Resort, and had over 55 racers, both old and young, compete in the fun-filled, friendly competition.Powder King is also in search of volunteers to help set up and tear down events, as well as help them run as smoothly as possible while taking place. Volunteers will have to commit to either a full or half day of service, but will be compensated with free lift passes, as well as meals, and transportation to the ski resort.If interested in providing your services, check Powder King’s official website, and for more information on the Snowboard Cross, visit the event’s Facebook page.Advertisementlast_img read more

  • Producers preparing for strike

    first_imgOlder battles also remain to be resolved, including the revision of a decades-old formula for compensating writers for work that appears on DVD. “There’s no question in my mind this is not simply about emerging technology, but the perception that the guilds pretty much got screwed in previous negotiations in what were then emerging technologies,” TV writer and producer Steven Bochco said. “All the guilds feel strongly that they don’t want to be caught in a position that doesn’t anticipate rapidly shifting technological advancements that leave them high and dry.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Among the shows accelerating production is NBC’s “Las Vegas,” which started three months earlier than usual with the aim of finishing 18 to 24 episodes before the fall. Normally, the show would have only about seven or eight episodes filmed. “In essence, it makes us strike-proof,” said Gary Scott Thompson, the show’s writer and executive producer and a veteran of the last writer’s strike in 1988. Another NBC show, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” began shooting two months early. The three-year pact between studios and the Writers Guild of America expires Oct. 31 and talks are scheduled to begin in July. That gives both sides little time to resolve complex issues involving how much TV and film writers should be paid when their work is distributed on new media platforms, including the Internet, cell phones, digital media players and other devices. The writers argue the payments – modeled after the structures used for DVD rights – are too low. Hollywood studios are speeding production on movies and TV shows, preparing for a possible strike by writers and more trouble next year when contracts with actors and directors expire. TV networks, which are in the midst of planning fall schedules, also might pack their lineups with more reality shows and other unscripted fare as protection against a strike. “It’s simply sound business,” said J. Nicholas Counter, president of the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, which negotiates on behalf of the studios. “Based upon the public statements of the Writers Guild, it’s quite clear these are going to be very contentious negotiations,” he said. “Their statements are bellicose, so we’ve got to prepare for the worst.” last_img read more

  • Sanchez, Mikhitaryan swap completed

    first_img0Shares0000Alexis Sanchez’s signing was officially announced on twitter by Manchester United.MANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Jan 22- Manchester United have officially announced the mega-money signing of Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal, with the Chilean joining on a deal worth Sh86mn (£600,000) a week.The forward had a busy Monday morning, having visited the United training ground and Old Trafford — where he bumped into club legend Sir Alex Ferguson — before being spotted at an immigration office in Liverpool for approval on his work permit. “I am thrilled to be joining the biggest club in the world,” said 29-year-old Chile international forward Sanchez.“I have spent three-and-a-half wonderful years at Arsenal and I bring with me very positive memories of that great club and its fans.“The chance to play in this historic stadium and to work with Jose Mourinho was something I could not turn down.“I am very proud to be the first Chilean player ever to play for United’s first team and I hope I can show our fans all around the world why the club wanted to bring me here.”Henrikh Mkhitaryan was seen arriving at the same UK Visas and Immigration centre, at The Capital Building on Union Street in Liverpool, minutes after Sanchez, with the pair both waiting to have their documents approved by the Home Office.This is the highest basic wage of any player in the Premier League.Sanchez, who has chosen United over their arch rivals Manchester City, was earlier seen arriving at Carrington at 8am on Monday before departing the club’s training base later that morning.The former Barcelona star also visited Old Trafford where it is understood he was greeted by United legend Ferguson, who was pictured speaking to people sitting inside the 29-year-old’s taxi.He was later seen leaving the Lowry Hotel, where he is staying, before leaving Manchester for Liverpool, where he travelled to have his work permit approved.On Sunday night, Sanchez was pictured taking a selfie in a United shirt with his name and No 7 on the back.Mkhitaryan has now gone the other way in a swap deal while United will also pay a £20million transfer fee to Arsenal and £15m to Sanchez’s agent Fernando Felicevich.The Armenia international also had his medical at Arsenal, who are also busy trying to seal a deal for Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.He will join up with his new United colleagues on Tuesday when they begin preparations for Friday’s FA Cup fourth-round tie at Yeovil Town, following two days off after the weekend win over Burnley.Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said of Sanchez’s move: ‘January has been difficult for us, destabilising. It is the first time this has happened to us in January.‘We have had big players concerned with moving away which causes uncertainty in the dressing room. I was tempted to include Sanchez against Palace, yes, but I didn’t take him because there is a question of him moving to United.‘You can’t drive north and play football. I expect it to happen but I can’t announce it. Until it’s over the line you can’t say it will happen.’Chile international Sanchez wanted to leave Arsenal for Manchester City last summer. It didn’t happen then but with only six months left on his contract, Wenger decided a trade deal with Mkhitaryan was preferable to losing him for nothing in the summer.Sportsmail revealed Mkhitaryan had said an emotional goodbye after his final United training session on Friday. ‘It was very tearful,’ said a source. ‘Henrikh has been a very popular figure here at United.‘We know he isn’t too happy with the way this deal has been forced upon him. He realises he has more chance of playing at Arsenal, but he would have preferred to leave on his own terms.’-By Daily Mail0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

  • DDTV: Students use mannequin challenge to communicate very important message…

    first_imgTransition Year students at Rosses Community School in Dungloe have completed the mannequin challenge; with a twist.The Young Social Innovators group, called Anti-Bullying Community, have used the template of the mannequin challenge to communicate a strong Anti-Bullying message.Young Social Innovators is a national competition whereby young people are inspired to stand up and tackle a social issue, in turn creating a fairer and more caring society. Different types of bullying are highlighted throughout, such as verbal, physical, emotional, and cyber bullying, alongside social exclusion.The end of the video shows two pupils in the principal’s office speaking out about bullying, and throughout the video students can be seen supporting each other.A spokesperson for the group say; “We encourage any student in the RCS to stand up and speak out if they witness bullying.We encourage all students to talk to someone if they feel that they are being bullied.We encourage all students to be fearless and be kind. It isn’t always easy to do the right thing.We encourage all students and staff to bring EMPATHY back into everyday life.We encourage all students and staff to tell someone everyday something positive about themselves.We encourage all students and staff to do an act of kindness everyday.If we all did these things, there would be no room for negativity! Lets stamp out bullying once and for all.”  To keep up to date with them you can find them on Facebook. DDTV: Students use mannequin challenge to communicate very important message… was last modified: December 4th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare 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) Tags:anti-bullyingrosses community schoolSCHOOLysilast_img read more

  • Malin to clash with Naomh Columba this Saturday

    first_imgMalin Gaa NotesMalin seniors lost out to Four Masters last Sunday on a scoreline of Malin 1-08 Four Masters 2-15 with Seamus Houghton getting the Malin goal. The scorers were Seamus Houghton (1-00), Paul McLaughlin (0-02), Stephen McLaughlin (0-02), Kieron McColgan (0-01), Dan McDaid (0-01), Danny McCarron (0-01) and Gary Farren (0-01)). The reserves lost on a scoreline of Malin 2-08 Four Masters 2-12.All County League Division 2 Fixture: Naomh Columba V Malin on Saturday 20th of August in Glencolumbcille at 7:00pm, reserves at 6:00pm. All support welcome. The following week will be championship match away to Naomh Muire Lower Rosses.Aoife McColganThere was disappointment for Aoife McColgan and her Donegal Ladies senior teammates on Saturday when they were beaten by Dublin on a scoreline of Dublin 1-13 Donegal 2-07 in the all-Ireland quarter final. It has still been a remarkable season for Aoife who has established herself between the Donegal ‘sticks’ at senior and minor level and the club are extremely proud. She is up for Ireland under 19 trials on Tuesday in Dublin and the club would like to wish her good luck.CeiliThe club are holding a Ceili of Friday night in St. Patrick’s Hall, Malin at 9:00pm. Music is by the Martin Duggan Ceili Band. Admission €5 with supper served.Malin GAA 5KMalin GAA held their first 5K last Wednesday evening. A wet day didn’t put the over 120 people off taking part. It was a hugely successful community event. The club would like to thank all the people who took part, especially the large amount of underage kids that took part.We would also like to thank Inishowen AC for assisting, Frank Scott -NuWorld Heating, our Sponsor, all our stewards, everyone who helped with the tea (Bridget Miller, Claire Edward), Sean McLaughlin Henry of Inishowen Motors for providing the lead vehicle, our first-aiders (Annmarie Monagle, Theresa O’Hagan) and the Finance Committee for their organisation of the 5K and anyone else who helped in any way. We hope to do it again next year, so keep the date free.The race was won by Conor Gallagher in a time 20.23 of followed by Charles Byrne and Shane Mulhern. Anna McGinley was the first woman home in a time of 21.40 and fourth overall. Jiving LessonsJiving Lessons will re-commence in the Clubhouse on Monday 12th September from 9pm to 10pm for 6 weeks with Josie & Catriona. €5 per person. Everyone Welcome.UnderageThe minor girls have training every Monday at 8:00pm. All girls from aged 15 upwards and new members are welcome to attend. The U16 Girls are playing against Urris on Thursday in Connolly Park at 6:30pm. The U16 Boys played at home to Robert Emmets on Monday Northern Board League (check facebook for result).The under 8 and a half and under 10 and a half boys teams attended the Ulster Blitz in Bellaghy last weekend. The under 8’s beat Swatragh and Dungannon and lost to Bellaghy in the group stage which left them in the quarter finals were they lost by a point to Glenullin. The under 10’s lost to Burren and Magherafelt and drew with Donaghmore.They then played in the shield and beat Kilcoo, Greenlough and Dungannon to get to the shield final were they were beaten by a goal by Donaghmore. Overall the teams had a great day of football and showed great competitiveness with all of the teams involved and had a great day out.ShopThe club shop is open every Saturday from 12.00 – 2.00 and Sunday from 11.20 – 2.00 or alternatively contact Susan Byrne on 9370638 or 0867832242 . The shop has a great range of stock in all sizes including coats, jackets, hoodies, tracksuits, socks, shorts, hats, new gear bags and much more club merchandise.Malin to clash with Naomh Columba this Saturday was last modified: August 15th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare 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)Tags:GAA notesMalinlast_img read more

  • Could Barcelona wear this stunning kit next season? New away shirt leaked

    first_img latest This is the Barcelona away shirt, as reported by Mundo Deportivo tense The yellow jersey has been worn only a few times in the club’s history, being first introduced in the 1920s. A plain yellow shirt remained throughout the 1930s, but the colour was put away until it was revived in the 1970s.That famous yellow shirt was emblazoned with a diagonal stripe running from right to left – with next season’s outfit choosing the alternate left to right stripe. The following decade saw the diagonal stripe replaced with an off-centre straight line, a design repeated in 2008/09.That campaign a decade ago was the last time Barcelona have worn a normal tone of yellow, with a number of fluorescent attempts introduced over the past 15 years – including this season’s away shirt. Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion How Everton could look in January under Ancelotti with new signings 2 huge blow whoops SORRY Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT TOP WORK revealed Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update changes The updated crest:✅ The shape is kept intact.✅ The FCB acronym disappears.✅ The internal black lines disappear.✅ More homogeneous, more harmonious, and brighter.✅ To be applied beginning with the 2019/20 season. pic.twitter.com/xIurAqtF8l— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) September 27, 2018The membership vote takes place on October 20, and if the new design is voted in it will be the 11th crest Barcelona have had in their 119-year history.The updated badge is a new take on a classic design, and it seems Barcelona’s 2019/20 away shirt is much the same. gameday cracker Most read on talkSPORT.com The new shirt takes inspiration from Barcelona’s 1970s away kit 2 Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? predicted Guardiola-inspired tactics: Is this how Arsenal will line up under Arteta? Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? Barcelona’s alleged away shirt for next season has been leaked – and it’s rather superb.Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo have got hold of the design, which they say has already been accepted by Barcelona for months.The only thing holding up production of the shirts is this week’s vote on Barcelona’s new badge, with the Camp Nou club hoping to update their famous crest with a design revealed last month.last_img read more

  • FANCY BEING PART OF RTE’S EXCITING NEW SPORTS QUIZ SHOW?

    first_imgCalling all sports teams, supporters and clubs around Donegal – RTE needs your help!A brand new television sports quiz called ‘Put ‘Em Under Pressure’ is due to hit our screens in September on RTE 1.The show sees two teas of famous sports stars and pundits go head-to-head similar to the BBC’s A Question of Sport. The series will consist of eight episodes and will be filmed in front of a live studio audience between the 8th to the 11th of August.Now RTE want all clubs and sporting groups in Donegal to apply to be part of that television audienceAll clubs and groups of supporters will be encouraged to wear their own team colours or sporting attire for what wil be a great day out.Places are limited so people are asked to contact Sharon Newman at Sharon.newman@shinawil.com or on 01 2084646 or Myles Sweeney at the Donegal Sports Partnership at myles@activedonegal.com or on 074 91 16079. EndsFANCY BEING PART OF RTE’S EXCITING NEW SPORTS QUIZ SHOW? was last modified: July 11th, 2011 by StephenShare 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) Tags:DONEGAL SPORTS PARTNERSHIPRTElast_img read more

  • NOT ‘FERRY’ GOOD NEWS FOR 18 JOBS

    first_imgThe Lough Foyle Ferry service will close on Sunday with the loss of 18 jobs for a number of months at least.The ferry, which has been taking passengers from Greencastle to Magiligan in Derry since 2002, is to be suspended because of a lack of funding.The ferry, which is used by tourists and cross-border workers saving them a 78km road journey, celebrated carrying its two millionth customer this year. There are now fears that the ferry’s winter closure could spell the end for the service across the lough.Signs have been erected at both ports apologising to customers following the closure of the service which takes just 10 minutes and goes every fifteen minutes.Local Deputy Charlie McConalogue (FF) said the closure must be tackled at central Government level.“The national Government has to get involved in this. The ferry has been very beneficial to the local economy and tourism locally. “The service will not open again until the Spring at best and we need to do something about that,” he said.EndsNOT ‘FERRY’ GOOD NEWS FOR 18 JOBS was last modified: September 30th, 2011 by StephenShare 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) Tags:Lough Foyle Ferrylast_img read more