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  • Andy Harrison’s Whitbread exit dents shares

    first_img Show Comments ▼ Tags: NULL Share whatsapp Express KCS Tuesday 28 April 2015 9:28 pm whatsapp More From Our Partners Native American Tribe Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Agogoodnewsnetwork.orgInstitutional Investors Turn To Options to Bet Against AMCvaluewalk.comKiller drone ‘hunted down a human target’ without being told tonypost.comAstounding Fossil Discovery in California After Man Looks Closelygoodnewsnetwork.orgRussell Wilson, AOC among many voicing support for Naomi Osakacbsnews.comBrave 7-Year-old Boy Swims an Hour to Rescue His Dad and Little Sistergoodnewsnetwork.orgInside Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis’ not-so-average farmhouse estatenypost.comPolice Capture Elusive Tiger Poacher After 20 Years of Pursuing the Huntergoodnewsnetwork.orgWhite House Again Downplays Fourth Possible Coronvirus Checkvaluewalk.com Andy Harrison’s Whitbread exit dents shares SHARES in Whitbread slipped 2.5 per cent last night after Andy Harrison announced plans to step down following five years as chief executive in which pre-tax profits have surged by more than 220 per cent.The Costa Coffee and Premier Inn owner has seen its market value grow fourfold to almost £10bn since Harrison joined from easyJet in 2010, as it tapped into booming demand for takeaway coffee and budget hotel rooms in the UK and overseas. “I’ve been a chief executive of three different companies now … and it’s just time to do something that’s a bit less demanding,” said Harrison, who will step down at the end of the financial year in February 2016. His first new role will be acting as chairman of British homewares retailer Dunelm from July after joining its board as a non-executive last year. Whitbread said it has already started a succession process led by chairman Richard Baker and is considering both internal and external candidates.The news of his departure came as Whitbread posted an 18.5 per cent rise in underlying pre-tax profit to £488.1m for the year to 26 February, on sales up 13.7 per cent to £2.6bn. It also hiked its growth targets, saying it would aim to have 85,000 Premier Inn rooms in the UK by 2020, up from its previous target of 75,000 by 2018 and against 59,138 rooms currently.Whitbread also aims to reach £2.5bn of sales at Costa by 2020 from a previous target of £2bn by 2018. THE RUNNERS AND RIDERS TO SUCCEED HARRISONChristopher Rogers already leads half of the Whitbread business as managing director of Costa and is a favourite to succeed Andy Harrison. A qualified chartered accountant, Rogers joined Whitbread eight years ago as group finance director and has been overseeing Costa’s international expansion since 2012. CHRISTOPHER ROGERS Nicholas Cadbury replaced Rogers as group finance director in 2012 and previously held various senior roles at Dixons Retail (now Dixons Carphone). He is seen as a strong internal candidate for the role, however, analysts suggested that he was better suited to finance – as opposed to chief executive – roles.NICHOLAS CADBURYA former Whitbread executive, Gala Coral boss Carl Leaver is seen as a potential external candidate for the role. He left the company in 2003 after serving as managing director of Travel Inn (now Premier Inn) and has since worked as chief executive of hotels operator De Vere Group and as head of Marks & Spencer’s international division. CARL LEAVER last_img read more

  • Even moderate drinking may speed brain decline

    first_img APStock In essence, “the more people drank, the smaller their hippocampus,” said first author Anya Topiwala, a psychiatry professor at University of Oxford. Consuming one more alcoholic drink per week was associated with a 0.01 percent decrease in the size of the hippocampus. For comparison, aging one year was associated with a 0.02 percent decrease.But keep in mind:The study only looked at a few hundred Londoners, mostly well-educated and middle-class, so it may not be representative of a wider population. Topiwala also pointed out there might have been “selection bias” in the sample — individuals had to get from London to Oxford in order to undergo the MRI scans and then spend an hour in a brain scanning machine and undergo other memory tests — which individuals who were alcohol dependent or had suffered brain damage from alcohol use might be less likely to do.The authors also noted that the changes in the hippocampus are only statistically significant for the right hippocampus, not the left hippocampus. Topiwala said she’s not sure why this is the case. The nitty-gritty:Researchers brought 550 Londoners to Oxford and ran them through an MRI machine. But these weren’t just any Londoners — they were government employees who, about every five years since 1985, had been filling out surveys about their health habits, including how much alcohol they consumed. This enabled the researchers to look for relationships between the individuals’ drinking habits and what showed up on their brain scans. Related: Quick TakeEven moderate drinking may speed brain decline Tags neurology Imbibing just a handful of beers a week is associated with long-term changes to a person’s brain, a new study finds — although the functional meaning of these changes is unclear.Why it matters:While it’s widely accepted that drinking too much is bad for you, conventional wisdom — and the government’s dietary guidelines — says that alcohol can be consumed in moderation. The US government defines that as one drink a day for women and two for men.This study, published in the BMJ on Tuesday, finds that drinking around these levels — 8 to 12 drinks a week — is associated with a few measures of cognitive decline that showed up on brain scans.advertisement The researchers found that moderate drinking over those 30-plus years was associated with degeneration and shrinking of the hippocampus, a region of the brain involved in memory and navigation, as well degeneration of the brain’s white matter.advertisement By Ike Swetlitz June 6, 2017 Reprints Related: A little alcohol may not be good for you after all Babies’ face scans detect exposure to low amounts of alcohol in utero What they’re saying:In an accompanying editorial, Killian Welch, a neuropsychiatrist at a hospital in Scotland, wrote that the study might change what we think constitutes a healthy level of drinking.“[The] findings strengthen the argument that drinking habits many regard as normal have adverse consequences for health,” Welch wrote. “This is important. We all use rationalizations to justly persistence with behaviors not in our long term interest. With publication of this paper, justification of ‘moderate’ drinking on the grounds of brain health becomes a little harder.”The bottom line:Alcohol has an effect on your brain, perhaps at lower levels than previously thought.last_img read more

  • SWFL ‘Jeopardy!’ contestants pay tribute to Alex Trebek

    first_imgAdvertisement RELATEDTOPICS AdvertisementDC Young Fly knocks out heckler (video) – Rolling OutRead more6 comments’Mortal Kombat’ Exceeded Expectations Says WarnerMedia ExecutiveRead more2 commentsDo You Remember Bob’s Big Boy?Read more1 commentsKISS Front Man Paul Stanley Reveals This Is The End Of KISS As A Touring Band, For RealRead more1 comments SOUTHWEST Fla. – Alex Trebek’s personality can be summed up by two anecdotes shared by former “Jeopardy!” Teen Tournament champion Claire Sattler.After an audience member asked Trebek when was he last in a fistfight, the game show host quickly responded “about five seconds from now, put them up, pal!” Trebek’s occasional humor was mixed with genuine concern and kindness. On the final day of the tournament Sattler won, Trebek tearfully addressed the audience while reminding the participants’ parents that they had raised “really great kids.” Other contestants with ties to Southwest Florida had similar stories that spoke to Trebek’s character. AdvertisementWhen Sacha Samotin of Naples appeared on the program, Trebek had learned the contestant once served as a Congressional page in high school.“So who is the congressperson for the largest county in Missouri?” Trebek quipped. Samotin knew the answer and Trebek playfully asked him to get off the stage. AdvertisementTags: Alex TrebekJeopardy!Story2Share Clewiston High School senior surprises crowd with generosity at graduation June 9, 2021 AdvertisementRecommended ArticlesBrie Larson Reportedly Replacing Robert Downey Jr. As The Face Of The MCURead more81 commentsGal Gadot Reportedly Being Recast As Wonder Woman For The FlashRead more29 comments Advertisement Looking for ‘Wheel of Fortune’ or ‘Jeopardy!’ on NBC2? June 17, 2021 Retired teacher hopes to empower students with swim around Key West June 14, 2021 “It was very funny and endearing,” Samotin said. “He didn’t have to engage in that way, but he did.”Bonita Springs native Hilary Carney was pleased to see Trebek was the same in-person as he appeared on television during her two-day run on the show in 2015.At the end of every program, the host made it a point to talk with each of the contestants.“It’s like three people he’s getting to know,” Carney said. “He really is interested in you.” Former NYPD officer finds unexpected joy patrolling Fort Myers elementary school June 17, 2021last_img read more

  • Annanough see off Camross to reach JFC semi final

    first_img Council Annanough see off Camross to reach JFC semi final TAGSAnnanough v CamrossLaois JFC ‘A’ 2018 Pinterest WhatsApp Five Laois monuments to receive almost €200,000 in government funding Community SEE ALSO – Sinn Fein aiming to run four candidates for next Laois County Council election Facebook By Alan Hartnett – 30th August 2018 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Brought to you in association with Cllr Tom MulhallAnnanough 2-9 Camross 0-13Laois Shopping Centre JFC Quarter FinalAnnanough have qualified for the JFC semi finals after a hard fought victory over Camross.They were far from convincing though as Colin Miller’s men failed to score for the final 25 minutes of the second half.And had it not been for some poor shooting by Martin Deegan’s Camross, the favourites would be outAnnanough made a brilliant start to this one and had the ball in the net after a minute as teenagers Killian Horgan and Damien McCaul combined with the latter slamming the ball into the net.James Miller added another but Camross’ response was brilliant as they kicked the next five points without reply.Mark Dowling, Oisin Bennett, Rob Tyrell, Andrew Collier and Dwane Palmer all raised white flags to give Camross the lead after 15 minutes.Ciaran Hennessy and Rob Tyrell traded points before a John Scully point levelled things after 20 minutes.Camross didn’t score again for the remainder of the half though as Annanough built up a seven point lead.Killian Horgan and Damien McCaul added points before Annanough were awarded a penalty after Robert Kinsella was pulled down.McCaul took the penalty but blazed it over the bar. However, he atoned for that error a short time after as Ciaran Hennessy’s shot hit the bar and McCaul was on hand to tap home the rebound.Killian Horgan swung over two frees and Annanough led by 2-7 to 0-6 at half time.The second half saw James Miller and John Scully add to Annanough but Camross got the next three with two from Tyrell and another from Mark Dowling.Camross actually dominated the next ten minutes but kicked a lot of wides which cost them in the end.Canross got six in a row and also squandered a number of goal chances.A full 20 minutes passed before either side scored again and Camross got it with a Rob Tyrell free.Camross had two goal chances then with Eoin Gaughan seeing an effort into the side-netting while Mark Dowling found Sean Hennessy in his way when he got through on goal.Tyrell hit another free before Andrew Collier  left one between them as we entered injury time.Matthew Collier then kicked another and Camross went in search of the winning goal but time ran out and Annanough advanceSCORERS – Annanough: Damien McCaul 2-2 (0-1 pen), Killian Horgan 0-3 (three frees), Ciaran Hennessy 0-1, John Scully 0-2, James Miller 0-1 Camross: Mark Dowling 0-2, Oisin Bennett 0-1, Rob Tyrell 0-5 (four frees), Andrew Collier 0-1, Dwane Palmer 0-1, Matthew Collier 0-1ANNANOUGH: Sean Hennessy; Conor Stapleton, Rory Stapleton, Ronan Stapleton; Marcus Shortall, Marty Stapleton, Fergal Scully; John Scully, Shane Stapleton; Donal Miller, Killian Horgan, Ciaran Hennessy; James Miller, Robert Kinsella, Damien McCaul. Subs: Johnny Fennelly for C Hennessy (35m), Darren Maher for C Stapleton (42m), Jamie Fenlon for Horgan (50m, inj), Daire Stapleton for Kinsella (58m)CAMROSS: Cillian Tiernan; Colin Palmer, Darrell Dooley; Michael Buckley; Matthew Collier, Andrew Collier, Dwane Palmer; Rob Tyrell, Gearoid Burke; Mark Dowling, Tadhg Doran, Eoin Gaughan; Thomas Dunphy, Oisin Bennett, Odhran Phelan. Subs: Kevin Lalor for Phelan (45m)Referee: Eric Ward (Portarlington)center_img Pinterest Previous articleMoment in Time: A look back at LaoisToday’s first ever Electric PicnicNext articleConroy goals key as Castletown maintain senior status Alan HartnettStradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016. Twitter Twitter Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’ New Arles road opens but disquiet over who was invited to official opening WhatsApp Community Home Sport GAA Annanough see off Camross to reach JFC semi final SportGAAGaelic Football Facebooklast_img read more

  • Dempsey and Higgins to team up as St Joseph’s set to appoint new management team

    first_img Dempsey and Higgins to team up as St Joseph’s set to appoint new management team Pinterest 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin TAGSJoe HigginsLaois SFCMick DempseySt Joseph’s Twitter GAA Pinterest It may be county final week but a big story off the field involves neither Portlaoise nor Killeshin – but instead St Joseph’s who are about to rubber-stamp a new management team comprised of two club legends.Former All Star Joe Higgins is set to take over as manager with Mick Dempsey alongside him as coach. Liam Brophy, who was a selector this year with St Joseph’s seniors and the Laois U-20s, will be a selector.The management team is expected to be ratified by a club meeting this week.Dempsey only stepped down as a Kilkenny hurling selector last week after a long spell as Brian Cody’s right hand man.The new management team take over from another club great in Dessie Brennan who had been in charge for the last couple of seasons.St Joseph’s have been beaten by Portlaoise in three of their last four championship campaigns – in 2016 after a replay in the quarter-final and this year by just three points.Higgins has managed both Graiguecullen (2011) and Arles-Killeen (2013 and 2014) to county final appearances as well as managing the Laois ladies team and, in more recent years, the IT Carlow Sigerson Cup team.A former Laois player, he was on the Leinster championship winning team in 2003. He also played for Ireland in the International Rules and won an All Star in that season.Dempsey has enjoyed an incredible sporting career as both player and manager in hurling and football.He won six senior medals with St Joseph’s as a player, in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, and was manager when they last won the senior title in 2000.He also played for Laois for a long number of years and was on the team that won the National League in 1986. He later managed Laois in the late 1990s before winning a Leinster club title with O’Hanrahan’s in Carlow and then transitioning into hurling coaching and rising to a prominent role alongside Cody and the great Kilkenny teams.St Joseph’s have been threatening a senior breakthrough in recent years and won U-21 titles in 2015 and 2016 (as St Joseph’s-Barrowhouse) and were beaten in the 2014 and 2018 finals.SEE ALSO – My Club and I: Portlaoise captain David Seale Previous articleTwo Laois men in key roles in luxurious Kilkea Castle in KildareNext articleSadness in Portlaoise and beyond at death of Kevin Culleton in Spain LaoisToday Reporter GAA Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory WhatsApp WhatsApp Home Sport GAA Dempsey and Higgins to team up as St Joseph’s set to appoint… SportGAAGaelic Football Twitter Facebook By LaoisToday Reporter – 11th October 2019 GAA RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results last_img read more

  • Analysis of North Korea’s “Market Economy” I.

    first_img AvatarDaily NKQuestions or comments about this article? Contact us at [email protected] [imText1]Since 2002’s 7.1. economic reform measures, North Korea’s markets have become most vital part of peoples life. North Korean market system operates from ‘general market’ with huge process chain to small local ‘yard market’ in the remote countryside. And, in between, there are always some brokers. An importer buys goods from China and transports them through cargo trains or trucks to large cities in North Korea, such as Hamheung, Chongjin, Pyongsung or Nampo. Wholesale traders take those products and resell to local businesspeople. In North Korean jargon, such process is called “running.”Usually imported goods from China or North Korean domestic ones take three steps of circulation; one or two laps of ‘run’ is added in case of mountain area. Wholesale is mostly carried out by cars. Since oil and vehicles are not enough, sometimes wholesalers rent cars by themselves. A forty one-year old trader working in Dandong, China, Kim, said that he purchases goods from Chinese factories firsthand. If the amount of import is huge, Kim uses freight. If not, a few trucks are fine for him. At maximum, Kim bought 60 tons of texture from China at once and resold it to North Korean wholesaler in one month. In Hyesan, Yangkang province, 38-year old Choi, a broker of mainly Chinese cloths and shoes, sells his stuff to nearby Chongjin. Choi told the Daily NK “There are two types of so-called running; first run and second run. “Running” requires a lot of capital like money for vehicles. So the person must be patient and cautious when buying and selling something.”According to the interview with Kim, using vehicle in wholesale business takes from 3.5 million NK wons (roughly 1,000 US dollars) to 35 million wons. The money includes not only car rental but also “transportation permit” application fee. Transportation permit is required when vehicle and personnel move inter-province, and costs relatively large amount of cash. Kim keeps about twenty percent of total sales as his profit. The other 80% is comprised of original price of goods, car tax, gasoline and multifarious types of ‘extra expenses,’ or bribe. The “first run” business is apportioned to a few with privilege in North Korea. Those who can earn cooperation from Security Agency and police are able to do the first run. Without bribery, it is impossible to obtain various permits that are essential for any businessperson. In addition, to trade with overseas Chinese merchants, one must possess enough wealth and credit. Credit enables North Korean businessmen to buy goods in China with comparatively low price. Those first runners are, in most cases, wealthy North Koreans with ten thousand US dollars cash on their hand at any moment. Continue… SHARE Is Nuclear Peace with North Korea Possible? Analysis of North Korea’s “Market Economy” I. Facebook Twitter Tracking the “unidentified yellow substance” being dried out near the Yongbyon Nuclear Center Analysis & Opinioncenter_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Analysis & Opinion Analysis & Opinion By Daily NK – 2007.01.25 12:12am Analysis & Opinion Pence Cartoon: “KOR-US Karaoke”last_img read more

  • Relying on RRSPs for retirement, but not necessarily contributing

    Earnings surge for Great-West Lifeco in Q4 Keywords Retirement Two-thirds of Canadians who plan to retire say their RRSPs will be their source of retirement funding (65%), yet half of Canadians say they do not plan to contribute to their RRSPs this tax season (49%). Those findings are from Bank of Nova Scotia’s annual investment poll. In addition to their RRSPs, top sources of retirement funding for Canadians include their savings (60%), the government (57%), work pension (52%) and selling their home (22%). Two-thirds of those who expect to retire say they are concerned about not having enough money to support their retirement (68%). Four in 10 of those who expect to retire in the future (41%) think they will need less than $300,000 for their ideal retirement. Over the past five years, Canadians say they have saved an average of $24,469 (this is down from the $31,824 they reported saving over a five year period in 2011). The study also found that four-in-10 Canadians who are currently saving for retirement (44%) have been doing so for the past 1-10 years. As well, more people are setting aside less than $200 each month (43% vs. 34% in 2011). Additional findings from the study found that while many Canadians say they are optimistic about the future of the Canadian economy (46%), a growing number of Canadians who have yet to retire say they have pushed back their planned retirement age because of the state of the economy (33% vs. 27% in 2011). The majority of those planning to hold off on retiring say they have pushed their retirement back by 5-9 years (58%). A smaller group of Canadians say they plan to push it back by 10 or more years (27%). The 2012 Scotiabank Investment Poll was conducted online using Harris/Decima’s proprietary panel. A total of 1,003 surveys were conducted from a random sample of panel members aged 18 years and over across Canada. The study was conducted from Nov. 28 to Dec. 13, 2012. IE Staff Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Snowbirds win legal battle to reinstate out-of-province medical coverage Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Survey finds Canadians aren’t sure how much they’ll need for retirement Related news read more

  • FINRA streamlines examination process for candidates entering U.S. securities Industry

    first_img Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Starting Monday, Oct. 1, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) will offer a new qualification exam for prospective candidates seeking to enter or re-enter the securities industry.The new exam, known as the Securities Industry Essentials (SIE) exam, is a multiple-choice test that aims to evaluate knowledge of fundamental securities-related topics. Anyone can take the exam, FINRA says in a news release, they are not required to have industry experience, or a job offer from a firm. “As part of our mission to protect investors and the integrity of markets, FINRA ensures that all registered representatives working in the securities industry have the requisite knowledge to serve their clients,” says Robert Cook, president and CEO of FINRA, in a statement. “Our new exam structure will bring greater consistency and uniformity to the process for entering or returning to the securities industry. It will also provide more people the opportunity to explore career options in the securities industry.”To become qualified as a registered rep at a FINRA-regulated firm, reps will still have to take other qualifying exams (such as the series 6 or 7 exam) in addition to the SIE. Yet, these exams have also been restructured to reflect the launch of the new SIE exam.For instance, FINRA says that the new series 7 exam now has 125 questions, down from 250 questions, previously. The restructured approach aligns with FINRA’s goal of creating efficiencies by eliminating duplicative testing, the self-regulatory organization says.“FINRA has eliminated duplicative testing of general securities knowledge on the representative-level exams by moving such content into the SIE,” says John Kalohn, FINRA’s vice president for testing and continuing education. “The SIE provides candidates the opportunity to demonstrate their mastery of the fundamental knowledge about the securities industry. We believe this is an important step in the process of qualifying to become registered in the securities industry.” Keywords Investment dealersCompanies Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Related news Share this article and your comments with peers on social media James Langton Court appoints counsel for investors in PACE Securities wind-up Octagon Capital dismissed by IIROC Hearing for failed PACE Securities execs set for 2021 Wall Street Bull bronze sculpture in the Financial District in Manhattan palinchak/123RFlast_img read more

  • Telstra shows interest in Vietnam’s Mobifone

    first_imgHomeAsiaNews Telstra shows interest in Vietnam’s Mobifone Telstra to delist from New Zealand exchange MobifoneTelstraVietnam Australia completes 26GHz auction Asia Joseph Waring Telstra earmarks $116M to boost rural coverage Relatedcenter_img Joseph Waring joins Mobile World Live as the Asia editor for its new Asia channel. Before joining the GSMA, Joseph was group editor for Telecom Asia for more than ten years. In addition to writing features, news and blogs, he… Read more Tags Vietnam’s second largest operator Mobifone, which has been slated for privatisation for more than a year, has attracted interest from Australia’s largest operator Telstra, VNeconomy reported.Han Kotterman, Telstra’s international COO, met with Minister of Information and Communications Truong Minh Tuan last month and expressed interest in re-entering the Vietnam market as a stakeholder, according to the newspaper. Telstra, which previously invested about $240 million in a venture with the Vietnam Post and Communications Group, left the market in 2003.Mobifone operates under the Ministry of Information and Communications, after separating from VNPT, another state-owned operator, in June 2014. It was required to submit an IPO plan by the end of 2014, but its long-awaited privatisation plans have stalled.The government is now pushing to privatise a number of state-owned enterprises, including Mobifone. A foreign investor can take up to a 49 per cent stake in Mobifone when it goes public.Telstra joins a number of regional players that are keen to move into Vietnam. Axiata expressed interest in taking a stake in Mobifone in January 2015, a few months after Norway’s Telenor and Comvik International Vietnam, which previously partnered with Mobifone, informed the ministry of their interests in taking a controlling stake.A plan for an IPO in 2006 was ditched but not before it had attracted widespread interest from the likes of Singtel, Deutsche Telekom, France Telecom (now Orange) and Vodafone.In April Mobifone raised $3.5 million from selling part of its stake in TPBank but was unable to divest its interest in SeABank because no one submitted a bid, Vietnam.net reported. Author AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 06 JUN 2016 Previous Article“We don’t want to manage TI” insists Vivendi chief – reportNext ArticlePakistan doubles 3G/4G users in 9 months last_img read more

  • House prices rise in Donegal according to latest daft.ie figures

    first_img House prices rise in Donegal according to latest daft.ie figures Facebook 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Facebook Pinterest Homepage BannerNews There’s been a strong increase in house prices in Donegal according to the latest report from daft.ie.Prices were 10% higher than a year previously, compared to a fall of 2% seen a year ago. The average house price is now €127,000, 12% above its lowest point.Nationally, prices rose by 3-point-9 per cent over the summer months.It’s a different picture in Dublin where the average price fell by 1-point-4 per cent over the last three months.Report author Ronan Lyons says it’s a complete U-turn on 2014………….Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/lyonsweb.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. By admin – October 6, 2015 Google+ WhatsApp Pinterest WhatsAppcenter_img LUH still not ready to restore IT systems Pregnant women can receive Covid vaccine at LYIT’s vaccination centre Previous articleBig day ahead for Donegal darts playersNext articleDerry man on Syria weapons charges has bail conditions varied admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Twitter Lárionad Acmhainní Nádúrtha CTR to take part in new research project Google+last_img read more