A fisherman had a lucky escape when he was rescued from the water in Killybegs last night.The scene of last night’s rescue in Killybegs. Pic by Killybegs Coastguard.The man fell into the water at the new pier in the harbor.A local taxi man is believed to have contacted the local Killybegs Coastguard and the man was pulled form the water. The man has since been transferred to hospital for treatment. FISHERMAN SAVED AFTER FALLING OFF PIER was last modified: January 12th, 2015 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)
Embed from Getty ImagesMichy Batshuayi scored twice as Chelsea’s development side won 4-0 at MK Dons to reach the last 16 of the Checkatrade Trophy.Batshuayi, Charly Musonda and Kenedy all featured, taking the chance to improve their match fitness following their respective injuries.Musonda also found the net, as did striker Callum Hudson-Odoi.Batshuayi opened the scoring with a cool finish after being put through by Kyle Scott and then doubled the visitors’ lead by tapping in Kenedy’s cross.Chelsea were three up by half-time courtesy of keeper Wieger Sietsma allowing Hudson-Odoi’s long-range shot to slip through his legs.Musonda added the fourth after combining with Batshuayi just before the hour mark.Goalkeeper Eduardo played too, while Kylian Hazard – the 22-year-old brother of Blues star Eden – came on as a second-half substitute.Under tournament rules, Premier League clubs can field up to five players over the age of 21.Chelsea: Eduardo, James, Ampadu, Clarke-Salter, Chalobah (K Hazard 70), Sterling, Scott, Kenedy, Musonda, Batshuayi, Hudson-Odoi (Sammut 70).See also:Stats suggest Hazard is in the best form of his careerIllness rules Drinkwater out of West Ham gameConte refuses to discuss Luiz’s futureConte surprised West Ham have struggledMusonda signs new long-term Chelsea contract Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Wonders under the sea highlight this roundup of recent geology news. Speaking of seas, the Dead Sea also made headlines, as well as data on the question of whether earthquakes are increasing. Ocean floor lava flow: A fresh lava flow five meters thick covering 10 million square meters was discovered off the Oregon coast. That’s just one of several surprises found by a seafloor mapping robot reported by PhysOrg, which said the device “has had a busy year. It documented a huge lava flow from a three-month-old volcanic eruption off the Oregon coast; it charted mysterious three-kilometer-wide scour marks on the seafloor off Northern California; and it unearthed data that challenge existing theories about one of the largest offshore faults in Central California. Volcanoes into the abyss: Can you imagine a volcano falling into a huge chasm? That’s what the BBC News reported is happening to seamounts near New Zealand. An accompanying animation from sonar data shows mountains poised on the edge of a huge crack in the Pacific plate, drawing them in at 6cm per year. Dead Sea fluctuations: The Dead Sea is apparently a remnant of a once much-larger lake that engulfed the Sea of Galilee to the north, yet also shrunk to near dryness in the past. That’s what the BBC News reported about drill cores interpreted by geologists to represent large climate fluctuations in the past, including the “coming and going of ice ages.” Live Science asked, “Could the Dead Sea completely vanish?” Apparently so, since it has happened before. Earthquakes on the rise? The recent spate of major earthquakes in Haiti, Japan, New Zealand, Turkey and elsewhere might make one think earthquakes are increasing in frequency and intensity, but that’s not the case, according to two teams of geologists who reported their statistical analyses at the American Geophysical Union. The pattern of major quakes is indistinguishable from randomness, and one major quake does not appear able to trigger others at remote distances. Story at Live Science. Snowflake puzzle solved: Atmospheric science is not geology, but overlaps it somewhat. Snowflakes do fall to the ground and contribute to erosion. A seasonally-appropriate subject was reported by both PhysOrg and BBC News, along with pretty pictures by snowflake photography wizard Kenneth Libbrecht. He figured out why snowflakes are flat – razor thin, in fact. If interested in hearing how they grow faster at the edges, read the articles. It’s worth a click to the BBC article just for the beauty of the photo. What crystal designer could outdo this? These stories are offered to pique your interest, in hopes some readers will investigate them further and evaluate their claims. For those who want to think outside the secular billions-of-years box, Dr. Tasman Walker (BA Earth Science, PhD Mechanical Engineering), a writer for Creation Ministries International, maintains a Biblical Geology Blog with news of interest, informative and attractively presented.(Visited 25 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
Join us on Sept. 5 at 11 a.m. ET for this 90-minute webinarMany of you joined us for Estate Planning and Military Families – Part 1 on August 22. This 90-minute webinar focused on general estate planning practices, including advance directives, wills, living wills, DNRs, last letters of instruction, and trusts. If you were unable to join this session, you can view the recording here. To earn CEUs, follow in the instructions for taking a quiz on this session’s content that are located at the bottom of the Learn page.The questions posed by participants in Part 1 indicated our audience is ready for some more detailed information on this topic, and on September 5, Part 2 will provide it. Dr. Martie Gillen, Part 1 presenter, will be joined by Attorney Mary Benzinger. Ms. Benzinger is a senior attorney with the Pentagon Army and Air Force Legal Assistance Office and will provide detailed estate planning information for military families. For important connection details and other information about this session, click here.There is no registration required and this session is free. We hope to see you online on September 5! This post was published on the Military Families Learning Network Blog on August 29, 2013.
Hotelbeds strengthens commitmentHotelbeds strengthens commitment to offer hoteliers high-value bookings with plan to add 14,000 travel agent customers Source = Hotelbeds Hotelbeds plans to add 14,000 new travel agent customers by 2022 to take the total number of travel agents to 64,000.Plan forms part of Hotelbeds’ strong commitment to offer hotelier partners incremental bookings from non-domestic and high-value guests.Growth focused on luxury agents and those specialising in high-value and long-haul trips.Hotelbeds, the world’s leading bedbank, has announced today an ambitious plan to increase the number of travel agent customers affiliated to the bedbank booking platform as part of its commitment to offer hoteliers access to high-value guests.The goal of this strategic plan is to add 14,000 new travel agent customers – focusing in particular on luxury travel agents and those specialising in high-value, long-haul bookings – in the coming next three years, taking the total to over 64,000 travel agents globally.Travel agents – along with tour operators, airlines and points redemption partners – form a central part of Hotelbeds’ strong commitment to offer to hoteliers incremental bookings of non-domestic and high-value guests who book further in advance, cancel less, pay more for a room, spend more in destination and come back more frequently.Carlos Muñoz, Bedbank Managing Director commented: “Recently we announced the beginning of a new era for Hotelbeds under a single unified brand and purpose: to support our hotel partners by providing incremental bookings of non-domestic and high-value guests through a network of B2B travel trade buyers formed by travel agents, tour operators, points redemption partners and airlines.“Our three-year plan for the retail channel is to continue to grow the number of travel agents to over 64,000 by 2022 – an increase of 14,000 – especially in niche segments such as luxury and high-end, long-haul oriented and specialty packages.“The recently refreshed new Bedsonline brand – which is the retail brand used by Hotelbeds – and enhanced value proposition for customers, along with our strong local relevance and presence, improved product offering and tools are going to be the key drivers in achieving this goal.”About HotelbedsHotelbeds is the world’s leading Bedbank.In a fragmented and complex travel landscape, Hotelbeds provides over 180,000 hotels across the globe with access to high-value, complementary distribution channels that significantly increase occupancy rates and optimise RevPAR – while not competing with the hotelier’s direct distribution strategy.Hotelbeds does this by offering hoteliers access to a network of over 60,000 hard-to-access B2B travel buyers such as tour operators, retail travel agents, airline websites, and loyalty partners in over 140 source markets worldwide. These channels provide hotel partners with returning guests that book further in advance, cancel less, spend more in-destination and stay longer.In addition to accommodation, Hotelbeds is also the world’s largest B2B seller of travel ancillaries, offering 24,000 transfer routes and 18,000 activities, as well as attractions, tickets and car hire. Operating under the ‘Beyond the Bed’ product line, it provides both hoteliers and travel distribution partners with an efficient platform and powerful tools to easily integrate and commercialise its leading portfolio of high-margin products.The company is headquartered in Palma, Spain and employs around 5,000 employees across over 60 offices globally.