Gardai arrest learner driver in Letterkenny after positive drug test

first_img Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Google+ Gardai arrest learner driver in Letterkenny after positive drug test Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Pinterest Pinterest Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic By News Highland – May 3, 2019 Twittercenter_img AudioHomepage BannerNews WhatsApp Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Previous articlePressure on Irish Water to deliver works on Ballindrait supplyNext articleNorth West 10k confirm Jason Black as special guest News Highland WhatsApp News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook Community Enhancement Programme open for applications A learner driver is due in court after driving under the influence of drugs in Letterkenny.Gardai stopped the driver last night who was a Learner permit holder and had two passengers on board with them.The motorist did not have L plates displayed and did not have a driver with a full licence accompanying them.The driver tested positive for cannabis at the roadside and was arrested.A court case is to follow.It comes as Gardai are warning motorists to adhere to rules of the road ahead of the May Bank Holiday weekend.Inspector Michael Harrison says there will be various checkpoints across the county over the coming days:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/dffgdfgdfgdfgdfgdf.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Google+last_img read more

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Gov Ball Taps Multi Million Dollar Grossing Artists For Intimate Late Nights

first_imgGovernor’s Ball Music Festival returns to NYC’s Randall’s Island June 5-7, featuring headliners such as My Morning Jacket, Florence + the Machine, Ryan Adams, Bjork, The Black Keys, and Lana Del Rey plus a ton of other performers.This year’s Gov Ball After Dark series is on another level, tapping massive artists like Big Gigantic, Chromeo, Deadmau5, Flying Lotus, Odesza and more to play in intimate clubs and venues throughout NYC and Brooklyn. Check out the official late-night schedule below.Thursday, June 4:Chromeo :: Apollo TheaterBenjamin Booker :: Irving PlazaOdesza :: Rough TradeGorgon City (DJ Set) :: OutputFriday, June 5:Little Dragon :: Brooklyn BowlAtmosphere / Bishop Nehru :: Irving PlazaMarina & The Diamonds :: Webster HallPeople Under the Stairs :: Music Hall of WilliamsburgChromeo (DJ Set) :: OutputWhite Lung :: Knitting FactorySBTRKT (DJ Set) :: VerbotenSaturday, June 6:J Roddy Walston & the Business :: Brooklyn BowlChronixx and the Zincfence Redemption :: Irving PlazaClean Bandit :: Webster HallConor Oberst :: Music Hall of WilliamsburgHot Chip (DJ Set) :: OutputDeadmau5 :: VerbotenDMA’s :: Knitting FactorySunday, June 7:Big Gigantic and Friends :: Brooklyn BowlFlying Lotus (DJ Set) :: Le Poisson RougeGet more info and tickets here.last_img read more

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HB Reavis secures Waterloo site for 945,000 sq ft scheme

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Jakovich intends to stay in the Italian club, where he will…

first_imgAlso, the fact that Jakovich will sign a two-year contract with an Italian club was announced by his agent Artūrs Kalnītis.Artūrs Strautiņš has also joined the ranks of the Varese club this summer, and the legendary Argentine Luiss Skola has recently joined the team.Jakovičs joined the ranks of the Varese team in August last year, first concluding a two-month contract, but then becoming a permanent player of the unit. In his debut season in Series A, he competed in 19 matches, averaging 9.8 points, scoring 1.8 assists and winning 1.5 rebounds.The Latvian match manager had previously played abroad when he represented the Russian club “Nizhny Novgorod” at the beginning of the 2016/17 season. During his career, Cesvaine has also represented the teams of “Ventspils”, “VEF Rīga”, “Liepājas Lauvas” and “Gulbenes Buku”.In the Latvian men’s national team, Jakovičs went to the court in 21 matches, in which he scored on average 4.2 points, distributed 1.9 assists and won 1.0 rebounds.The Varese club took tenth place at the moment of the termination of the Italian A series.Others are currently reading Thriller in Russia: policemen stop suspicious of Moskvich after chasing 6 passengers VIDEO: In Siberia, a tourist falls from a 50 meter high cliff due to selfishness and dies Criminal proceedings have been instituted for the death of writer Pauls Bankovskislast_img read more

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Williamson guides Kiwis to tense win

first_imgBIRMINGHAM, England, (Reuters) – Captain Kane Williamson’s patient unbeaten century led New Zealand to a tense four-wicket victory over South Africa in a low-scoring Cricket World Cup match at Edgbaston yesterday. Chasing 242 to win a match reduced to 49 overs a side by rain, New Zealand looked set to comfortably reach the target with Martin Guptill and Williamson at the crease.But Guptill, on 35, was dismissed hit-wicket trying to pull Andile Phehlukwayo to the boundary and Chris Morris bowled a fiery spell to get rid of Ross Taylor and Tom Latham, both caught behind for one run.Morris also had Jimmy Neesham caught at slip for 23 to leave New Zealand struggling at 137-5, but Williamson and Colin de Grandhomme (60) shared a composed 91-run partnership to ease New Zealand nerves. South Africa had a golden opportunity to run Williamson out after a mix-up with De Grandhomme left the Kiwi skipper well short of his ground but David Miller fluffed the chance, whipping the bails off without collecting the ball.De Grandhomme fell before the end but Williamson reached his century with a six in the final over and guided New Zealand to their fourth win of the tournament with three balls to spare.“It was nice to be there at the end,” said Williamson who finished unbeaten on 106. “It’s just trying to do the job as well as you can, I was fortunate I was able to do it today. There were a number of contributions that were so vital. “It was one of those surfaces that provides a great spectacle. It could have gone either way.”South Africa’s batsmen apart from Hashim Amla and Rassie van der Dussen failed to build on starts after being put into bat in the face of a disciplined bowling effort from the Kiwis.Amla was bowled for 55 by Mitchell Santner but Van der Dussen’s unbeaten 67 off 64 balls gave the South Africans a respectable total to defend. “We were aiming 260-270… we fell short,” South Africa captain Faf du Plessis said. “We also had a lot of stop-start, stop-start innings but Kane batted through for the hundred and that was the game changer.“We did everything we could, we threw ourselves around. The energy was unbelievable. Sure, there were some times that we dropped intensity. But Kane took it away from us.”The result left South Africa, who have won only one match, virtually out of the running for a semi-final spot while New Zealand kept their unbeaten run intact to move to the top of the standings with four wins in five games.last_img read more

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