Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Facebook Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme WhatsApp News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Pinterest Google+ WhatsApp Twitter Power outages & debris on roads after storm force winds overnight Previous articleShots fired at family home in OmaghNext articleDundalk win for Luke McAteer News Highland Facebook Google+ Motorists are being advised to drive with extreme caution this morning following storm force winds overnight.Drivers are being urged to watch out for fallen trees and debris.Several hundred homes and businesses are currently without power in the west of the county with Glenties and Dungloe worst affected.Crews have been tasked to carry out repair works with a restoration time of 2pm this afternoon. By News Highland – December 19, 2019 Pinterest Homepage BannerNews Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Community Enhancement Programme open for applications
Troops from the African Union Mission in Somalia – or AMISOM – have been returning home. A contingent of Burundian soldiers is the latest to finish their one year tour of duty. And they’ve gone on parade for one last time in Mogadishu.Outgoing Burundian troops gave their final march in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu. They have been among troops deployed under Amisom to help bring stability in the country.“The success with which you performed your operational tasks during your tour of duty including protection of human rights, confirms how well trained and prepared you were for the tasks. I commend you for the professionalism you displayed.” Major General, Mohammedesha Zeyinu, AMISOM Deputy force commanderThe Burundian troops were also awarded certificates to mark their completion of service. East African countries deployed troops under AMISOM into Somalia starting March 2007, following decades of civil war.
Greensburg, IN—At last evening’s Greensburg city council meeting, Councilman Kevin Fleetwood discussed the topic of the landfill expansion. Fleetwood sits as an ex officio member of the Area Plan Commission. He stated that though this has been spoken about for several years, last month was the first time Bestway actually brought the discussion to the Decatur County Area Plan Commission for discussion. Fleetwood said it was anticipated to be up for discussion at tonight’s meetings, but it has been held back on the agenda for a future date. Fleetwood said they are looking to expand 150 acres but the expansion would land across the street. The land they are looking to rezone is the property they already own across from the landfill — on South County Road 280 East.