CompuLab adds Ivy Bridge option to tiny fanless Intense PC

first_imgBack in March CompuLab unveiled the Core i7 Intense PC that was both tiny and fanless. It sounded impossible due to the heat such a processor produces, but CompuLab got around that issue by making the case a giant heatsink.Measuring just 7.5 x 6.3 x 1.57 inches and only using 8 watts when idle, it certainly won’t cost you much to run. Add to that the fact you can fit up to 16GB RAM and Turbo Boost the Core i7 to 2.4GHz, and you have a very capable machine.The Intense PC was promised for release in the second quarter of this year, and CompuLab just announced availability. However, Intel released its third-generation Ivy Bridge Core processors in the interim, so now the Intense PC has the option of using an Ivy Bridge Core i7.The benefits of choosing the 22nm Ivy Bridge chip include a speed bump to 1.7GHz and Turbo Boost to 2.8GHz. You also get to take advantage of the HD Graphics 4000 GPU, which should drastically increase gaming performance beyond what the Sandy Bridge Core chips could serve up. The Ivy Bridge chips are meant to run hotter than Sandy Bridge, but that’s only ever going to be an issue if you overclock. For the Intense PC it won’t cause any problems.The Intense PC is configurable, but CompuLab do offer up a few pre-configured units to give you some idea of price. An Ivy Bridge Core i7 unit coupled with 4GB DDR3 and a 500GB hard drive will set you back $1,156 plus shipping. If that’s more than you can afford the tiny PC can still be had for as little as $399 if you can cope with a Celeron processor and provide your own memory and hard drive.Read more at CompuLab (PDF)last_img read more

Bob Dylan finally breaks silence on Nobel Prize award

first_img Share113 Tweet Email1 Short URL 26,160 Views Image: PA Wire/PA Images Oct 29th 2016, 8:10 AM 41 Comments http://jrnl.ie/3053471 By Michelle Hennessy LAST WEEK, THE Nobel Prize panel said it had given up trying to reach Bob Dylan to let him know he had been awarded the Prize for Literature.Now Dylan has finally broken his silence, telling The Telegraph he will attend the award ceremony “if it’s at all possible”.The 75-year-old is the first songwriter to win the prestigious award. After the win, Sara Danils, permanent Secretary of the Swedish Academy called Dylan a “great sampler”.“He is a great poet in the grand English poetic tradition.”However the academy admitted last week it was having trouble reaching Dylan, and did not know whether he would attend the ceremony. The songwriter himself had remained silent on the award.In an interview with The Telegraph, Dylan said it was “hard to believe”, describing it as “amazing, incredible”.“Whoever dreams about something like that?”When asked if he would be making an appearance at the ceremony in Stockholm, he replied: “Absolutely. If it’s at all possible.”Read: The Nobel Prize panel has given up knockin’ on Bob Dylan’s door> Image: PA Wire/PA Images Bob Dylan finally breaks silence on Nobel Prize award The 75-year-old is the first songwriter to win the prestigious award. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Saturday 29 Oct 2016, 8:10 AMlast_img read more

I dont see any possible future 15000 people left homeless by Italys

first_img Image: AP Photo/Sandro Perozzi A view of a damaged house in the village of Pieve Torina, Italy. Monday 31 Oct 2016, 11:40 AM By AFP 12,351 Views https://jrnl.ie/3055464 A view of a damaged house in the village of Pieve Torina, Italy. Image: AP Photo/Sandro Perozzi “I don’t see any possible future” – 15,000 people left homeless by Italy’s most powerful earthquake in 36 years Experts said it was remarkable that the quake had not resulted in any more fatalities. Share20 Tweet Email Oct 31st 2016, 11:40 AM We have always bounced back after other earthquakes but we’ve never had to deal with one as strong as this.Much of Italy’s land mass and some of its surrounding waters are prone to seismic activity with the highest risk concentrated along its mountainous central spine.Just over 300 people perished when a quake struck in 2009 near the city of L’Aquila, just to the south of the region affected by the most recent tremors.In 1980, a quake near Naples left 3,000 dead and an estimated 95,000 died in the 1908 Messina disaster, when a powerful quake in the waters between mainland Italy and Sicily sent massive tsunami waves crashing into both coasts.© – AFP, 2016Read: 14th century basilica reduced to rubble after Italy’s most powerful quake in 36 yearsRead: Two separate earthquakes within two hours hit central Italy 6 Comments ITALIAN AUTHORITIES SAID they were taking care of more than 15,000 people left homeless by the country’s most powerful earthquake in nearly 40 years.Although Sunday’s 6.6-magnitude tremor did not result in any deaths, the third powerful quake in just over two months has left thousands of homes in ruins or structurally unsafe and emptied a string of villages and small towns across the country’s mountainous central regions.The majority of residents of the devastated villages and towns have taken refuge with friends and family as they anxiously await a green light to return to their homes.But the national civil protection agency said today it was providing assistance to 15,000 people affected by yesterday’s quake, which was so powerful it caused cracks in buildings in Rome, some 120 kilometres (75 miles) away from the epicentre near the Umbrian town of Norcia.Some 4,000 people from the worst-hit area around Norcia have been sent to hotels on the Adriatic coast with another 500 taken by bus to the inland Lake Trasimeno.More than 10,000 are being put up in converted sports halls and other temporary facilities, including tents, across Umbria and the neighbouring Marche region, the protection agency said.Rome basilica crackedA further 1,100 people are still in Adriatic coast hotels as a result of the 24 August Amatrice earthquake, which left nearly 300 dead.Given the strength of yesterday’s new quake, experts said it was remarkable that it had not resulted in any more fatalities. A firefighter steps over cracks in a road in Norcia, central Italy. Source: AP/Press Association ImagesIt did however take a heavy toll on the country’s rich architectural heritage with the 14th Century Basilica of St Benedict and the 13th Century Civic Tower in Amatrice among the buildings unable to resist yet another reminder of how vulnerable much of Italy is to seismic shocks.Nearly all schools in Rome were closed today for structural checks and there was traffic chaos in the east of the capital because of the closure of a key flyover for assessment by engineers.A large crack appeared in the facade of one of Rome’s four principal papal churches, the Basilica of St Paul Outside the Walls.The quake was Italy’s biggest since a 6.9-magnitude one struck the south of the country in 1980, leaving 3,000 people dead.It has been followed by hundreds of powerful aftershocks feared to have further compromised the safety of buildings in the affected area. A damaged facade of an elementary school is seen in Caldarola, near Tolentino, central Italy. Source: AP Photo/Sandro Perozzi‘I see no future’With many roads blocked by landslips or huge boulders dislodged by the quake, civil protection chief Fabrizio Curcio and reconstruction supremo Vasco Errani were surveying the damage by helicopter.Prime Minister Matteo Renzi was vowed that every damaged house will be rebuilt and that communities he described as part of “the soul of the country” would not be abandoned. A couple walks away with their belongings outside the partially collapsed historical walls of Norcia, central Italy. Source: AP/Press Association ImagesBut after the trauma of three major quakes in such quick succession, the future of the already sparsely populated affected areas looks bleak.“At the moment I don’t see any possible future,” evacuated Norcia resident Antonella Ridolfi told AFP.“Everything here will have to be rebuilt. There is nothing really solid left in the centre. Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

Arsenal fall to humiliating home defeat but progress in Europa League

first_img Share1 Tweet Email Feb 22nd 2018, 10:09 PM Ostersunds FK’s Curtis Edwards and Arsenal’s Danny Welbeck in action. Image: Adam Davy Short URL ARSENAL SURVIVED A huge scare to keep their Europa League campaign alive, progressing to the last 16 with a 4-2 aggregate win over Ostersunds despite a 2-1 loss at home.The Gunners cruised to a 3-0 win in the first leg in Sweden last week but found themselves 2-0 down at half-time of the return fixture at the Emirates Stadium.A strike from Sead Kolasinac early in the second half eased some of the nerves in north London, though, and ensured their place in Friday’s draw for the last 16.Ostersunds, who were only founded in October 1996, after Arsene Wenger had been appointed Arsenal manager, were fearless in their approach and sent the visiting fans into raptures when Calum Chambers’ own goal and Ken Sema’s strike put them 2-0 up in the space of 70 seconds in the first half.A Gunners team including Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Jack Wilshere and Danny Welbeck offered little by way of a response until the second minute of the second half, when Kolasinac lashed home from close range.Graham Potter’s visitors could not find the two goals they needed to complete a shock turnaround, but the performance will have given Wenger plenty to consider ahead of the EFL Cup final against Manchester City in three days’ time.Arsenal, no doubt with one eye on Sunday’s showdown at Wembley, made little effort to add to their aggregate lead during the early stages in front of a sparse home crowd.Ostersunds sensed the hosts’ complacency and Hosam Aiesh stunned the Emirates 22 minutes in, latching onto Saman Ghoddos’ long ball in behind Kolasinac and firing across David Ospina, with Chambers deflecting the effort into the net.Before the visiting fans had even finished celebrating, Sema capitalised on more slack defending from Arsenal, leaving Chambers for dead with a clever drag-back before rifling the ball into the bottom-right corner from the left of the penalty area. Ken Sema celebrates.Arsenal responded with a spell of possession but offered very little going forward, with aflicked header from Danny Welbeck, which was comfortably held by goalkeeper Aly Keita, the closest they came to a goal back in the first half.However, 90 seconds after the break, they eased some of the anxiety around the Emirates. Full-back Ronald Mukiibi swiped at Hector Bellerin’s cross and missed, allowing Kolasinac to take a touch before smashing the ball into the net from 12 yards out.Arsenal began to look a little more relaxed, with Mohamed Elneny and Danny Welbeck each denied by good saves from Keita, but Ostersunds looked a threat until the end and the Gunners will have to improve significantly if they are to claim the first major trophy of the English season this weekend.The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! 34 Comments http://the42.ie/3867249 Follow us: the42.ie By The42 Teamcenter_img Ostersunds FK’s Curtis Edwards and Arsenal’s Danny Welbeck in action. Image: Adam Davy Arsenal fall to humiliating home defeat but progress in Europa League The Gunners were beaten by Ostersunds but their first-leg win was enough to see them reach the last 16 on aggregate. Thursday 22 Feb 2018, 10:09 PM Celtic crash out of Europe as birthday boy Ivanovic sparks second-leg turnaroundOn the double! Waterford snap up ex-Liverpool keeper and Oldham striker 29,543 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

Robbie Keane and Olympic heroes honoured as People of the Year

first_img 14,008 Views Share Tweet Email1 https://jrnl.ie/3115820 Robbie Keane and Olympic heroes honoured as People of the Year The list also includes some extraordinary acts of heroism. Saturday 3 Dec 2016, 11:00 PM Davitt Walsh jumped into the cold waters of Lough Swilling at this pier in Buncrana and saved a baby girl. Source: Eamonn Farrell via RollingNews.ieRemembering that day, Davitt said:The only time I feared for my safety was on my way back from the car because I thought I wasn’t going to make it back to shore. I was physically exhausted, I was struggling and I actually feared for the baby’s life more than my own. I really wanted to get her back to shore.Heroism in another crisis was lauded last night when Alan Herdman, 24, was awarded a Young Person of the Year trophy for saving the lives of eight children in Rusheen Bay, Galway. He saw them struggling in the sea and rushed out on his paddle board, immediately pulling two children on to it who were in danger of going under. After getting them to shore, he returned to rescue three more – and the final three children were brought to safety with the help of his colleague Neil Gibson.The long-term contributions of organisations and individuals to helping the most vulnerable in Irish society were also recognised at the ceremony in the Citywest hotel. Brother Kevin Crowley at work assembling food parcels at the Capuchin Day Centre. Source: Niall Carson via PA Archive/PA ImagesBrother Kevin Crowley was given awarded for his incredible work in setting up and running the Capuchin Day Centre, which has been providing hot meals, food parcels and other services to homeless people and those who are struggling to survive. Last year, for example, 8,000 children were served meals in the centre. Br Crowley – who set up the Centre in 1969 – said:To me in this day and age it is absolutely appalling to think that people have to queue up here for baby food and for nappies. I hope I can continue as long as I can to make sure that our homeless people and the people in need will be served with dignity and with respect.The charity which supports male victims of domestic abuse and highlights their plight, AMEN, has been in operation for nearly two decades. It also runs an incredibly busy helpline and is considered a lifeline for men facing a situation that has little recognition on a national scale, and very few dedicated services.Parents Róisín and Mark Molloy were also honoured for their brave campaign this year in highlighting inadequate standards in maternity services in Ireland. More than 80 families are getting reviews into the care they received following extensive research, meeting and endless patience and determination by the Molloys to establish the true circumstances of their baby son Mark’s death at the Midland Regional Hospital, Portlaoise. Mark and Róisín Molloy seeking Oireachtas committee support in 2014 for a HIQA inquiry into baby Mark’s death in 2012. Source: Laura Hutton via RollingNews.ieSince their efforts, highlighted on an RTÉ Prime Time Investigates programme, the country’s first-ever Perinatal Bereavement Standards were launched and the report into Mark’s death led to other new measures, including a national patient advocacy service.The youngest person on the night to receive an award was 11-year-old Milo McCarthy who raised nearly €18,000 for Syrian refugees by busking on the streets of Cork – his efforts were brought to attention on the Late Late Show and spread awareness of the Syrian situation as well as raising funds for the Red Cross.Rounding off the feelgood moments of the year were John Muldoon and Pat Lam, awarded for leading Connacht rugby team to its first trophy in 131 years.“With nominations coming from the people of Ireland, these truly are the ‘People’s Awards’ and reflect all that is good about our society,” said CEO of Rehab Group, Mo Flynn.This joyous pic from Rio shows two of our champs celebrating their wins together>Why did it take a Prime Time programme to highlight the problems at Portlaoise maternity unit?> Short URL By Christine Bohan Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Dec 3rd 2016, 11:00 PM 26 Comments I have always worn the green jersey with pride and I will always be grateful for the opportunities to play for and captain the International Team. It has been the highlight of my career. It is a privilege for me and my family to receive this award.Some rather more difficult events in 2016 were remembered at tonight’s ceremony – and the extraordinary feats of bravery carried out by ordinary people at the centre of them.Davitt Walsh received an award for the quite unbelievable display of courage on the Sunday evening in March when a car carrying a family slipped off the pier in Buncrana, Donegal. He immediately swam to the car which had drifted some 30 metres out. Asked by 49-year-old Sean McGrotty to “save the baby”, Davitt battled to get four-month-old Rioghnach-Ann McGrotty to safety before the car went under the water. Sean, his sons Mark, 12, and Evan, 8; the children’s grandmother Ruth Daniels, 57, and their aunt Jodie-Lee, 14, all died in the tragedy. SPORTSPEOPLE WHO LIT up our lives in 2016 were among the winners of Rehab People of the Year awards this evening. Jason Smyth crossing the line in the Men’s 100m. Source: Adam Davy via PA Wire/PA ImagesThe ten Paralympic medallists who brought pride and glory to the country with their Rio feats were on stage to accept a joint award. These included the world-class 100-metre champ Jason Smyth as well as gold medal-winning quartet of runner Michael McKillop, cyclist Eoghan Clifford and tandem team Katie-George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal. Cyclist Colin Lynch, swimmer Ellen Keane and ‘Rebel Treble’ discus stars Orla Barry, Niamh McCarthy and Noelle Lenihan rounded out the medal-winning athletes.The fantastic success of silver medallist sailor Annalise Murphy – Ireland’s first Olympic medal in sailing in over 35 years – saw her take Sports Person of the Year in a joint award with fellow silver-medallists rowing brothers Paul and Gary O’Donovan. Annalise Murphy with her grandmother Betty. Source: Brian Lawless via PA Wire/PA ImagesMurphy said last night that she was delighted to have helped put sailing on the map in Ireland: “I’ve noticed a spike in the amount of people giving it a go.”Gary O’Donovan said he and brother Paul would continue to rise to new challenges and, as is his style, added to the gaiety of the nation with the remark: “We’ll keep doing our thing, keep enjoying Nana’s cooking and hopefully we’ll keep winning medals.” Robbie Keane scored 68 goals for the Republic of Ireland in his international career. Source: Brian Lawless via PA Wire/PA ImagesInternational football star Robbie Keane was given the International Person of the Year award for, said the judges, “his inspirational service, leadership and passion” in the game. He said:last_img read more

Woman taken to hospital after Luas collision at midday

first_img Image: Tallaght Ambulance/‏@TallaghtAmbo By Gráinne Ní Aodha Dec 7th 2016, 1:13 PM https://jrnl.ie/3125292 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article A female passenger from the tram was taken to hospital for treatment – her condition is not believed to be life threatening.Anyone who witnessed the collision is asked to contact Tallaght Garda station on 01 6666000, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any Garda station.Read: Fierce mild: Record temperatures in Phoenix Park and Donegal todayRead: Donald Trump is TIME’s Person of the Year 2016 Image: Tallaght Ambulance/‏@TallaghtAmbo GARDAÍ ARE INVESTIGATING a collision on the Luas Red line at Tallaght today.The collision involving a car and the Luas occurred shortly after 12 midday.The Luas is now closed in both directions at the Tallaght Hospital stop.According to a statement on the Luas website, an alternative bus service will service all stops between Belgard and Tallaght in the meantime. We have attended an RTC in Tallaght. LUAS vs car/no serious injuries @DubFireBrigade pic.twitter.com/vkA2DVeKcg— Tallaght Ambulance (@TallaghtAmbo) December 7, 2016 Source: Luas/Twitter Wednesday 7 Dec 2016, 1:13 PM #Service disruption on the Red Line, please see https://t.co/w5mIjQTkX3— Luas (@Luas) December 7, 2016 Whoops! We couldn’t find this Tweet Source: Tallaght Ambulance/Twitter Woman taken to hospital after Luas collision at midday Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to the collision, which involved a car. Short URL 28,324 Views 34 Comments Share143 Tweet Email last_img read more

Poll Should workers be banned from drinking during the day

first_img 89 Comments I don’t know (665) Feb 18th 2017, 9:30 AM By Paul Hosford Image: PA Wire/PA Images http://jrnl.ie/3243189 No (5209) Saturday 18 Feb 2017, 9:30 AM Yes (12050) Image: PA Wire/PA Imagescenter_img Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Share Tweet Email Poll: Should workers be banned from drinking during the day? Do you ever drink at lunch? Poll Results: 29,597 Views LLOYDS OF LONDON, one of the City of London’s most well-known names, has told staff to cut out day-time drinking.But should staff be banned from having a drink with their lunch? Or should employers trust staff not to come back to the office hammered?Do you ever drink at lunch?We’re asking: Should workers be banned from drinking during the day? Short URL YesNoI don’t knowVotelast_img read more

FBI releases neverbeforeseen images of 911 attack on the Pentagon

first_img Mar 31st 2017, 10:53 PM Source: FBI VaultsAmerican Airlines Flight 77 out of Dulles International Airport slammed into the Pentagon’s western wall, killing all 64 people on the plane, including the five hijackers, and 125 on the ground.One poignant shot shows an American flag tangled in concrete-and-rebar wreckage being cleared by a tractor. Source: FBI VaultsAnother shows rescuers crouched as a blaze consumes part of west side of the building.In another, helmeted and gas-masked rescuers watch as a dog sniffs the rubble in the search for survivors and bodies.In all, nearly 3,000 people died in the attacks, most of them at the World Trade Center. Source: FBI Vaults© – AFP 2017Read: Australian prime minister links ‘IS-inspired’ stabbing to 9/11 anniversary >Read: Fifteen years on, the flag raised over Ground Zero has found its way home > Share258 Tweet Email1 FBI releases never-before-seen images of 9/11 attack on the Pentagon The photos show the mass destruction at the site. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Source: FBI VaultsNEVER-SEEN PHOTOGRAPHS from the 11 September, 2001 attack on the Pentagon released by the FBI this week show the massive devastation that faced first responders.Twenty-seven pictures from that day depict the crushed walls, blazing fires and eviscerated interiors of the seat of the US Department of Defense.The American Airlines jet that struck the Pentagon was one of four airliners hijacked by Al-Qaeda teams and used as weapons in the deadliest terror attack ever on US soil. Source: FBI VaultsWhen the Pentagon was hit, two other airliners had already been flown into New York’s World Trade Center; the fourth plane crashed in a field in Pennsylvania after passengers rose up against the hijackers. https://jrnl.ie/3318220 center_img Short URL Friday 31 Mar 2017, 10:53 PM By AFP 81,022 Views 190 Comments last_img read more

The sky hasnt fallen The cannabis business is in great shape in

first_img Short URL Sunday 2 Apr 2017, 7:45 AM 11,674 Views Apr 2nd 2017, 7:45 AM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article By AFP 28 Comments WALK INTO BRETT Vapnik’s medicinal marijuana dispensary in Los Angeles and the pungent aroma of pot is good and strong.All day long, hundreds of people file in and out – a sign of the strength of the pot industry, despite big question marks posed by the new administration of President Donald Trump.For now Vapnik, who also has a small pot garden in his store, just sells marijuana for medicinal purposes: from the plant itself, with varying degrees of potency, to beauty products and even chocolate and cookies, all laced with herb.But next year he expects sales to triple, as the most populous US state is slated to legalise sales and consumption of marijuana for recreational purposes. Shane Cavanaugh, owner of Amazon Organics, a pot dispensary in Eugene, Oregon (file). Source: Ryan KangAlmost 60% of the US population lives in states where the sale and use of marijuana is legal to one extent or another: 29 states and the capital Washington DC have laws governing its medicinal use.And of these, eight and Washington, DC allow its use for people simply to get high, for fun.But the federal government still classifies marijuana as an illegal drug.“According to them, yes, I’m a drug dealer,” Vapnik told AFP.He said that now that the Trump is in power, there is a lot of uncertainty in the industry, which had a reported $6.9 billion in revenue in 2016.White House spokesman Sean Spicer set off alarms recently when he said of federal law on marijuana, “I do believe you will see greater enforcement of it.” Sean Spicer Source: Evan VucciBut what did he mean, exactly? That there will be raids in states where sales are legalised?It is hard to tell, said Vapnik, 44 and co-owner of a dispensary since 2010.He said he does not think the DEA drug agency will intervene because Congress has barred any federal action in states where marijuana for medicinal purposes is legal — an order that can be extended to pot for recreational use.So maybe the way to crack down will be taxes, said Vapnik.Now, the tax on revenue at shops like his varies from 40% to 70%.“Technically, the federal government is our biggest partner in what they consider an illegal drug operation,” said Vapnik. He said he does not see pot being legalised at the federal level with Trump in power.So for the time being, customers keep coming into his shop and leaving with their pot in small white paper bags. His revenue is about $4 million a year.VIP Marijuana During the election campaign Trump said he supported medicinal use of marijuana and respected state laws allowing this.But for advocacy groups the bigger source of worry are people in the Trump administration like Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a conservative southerner who opposes legal pot.“While the short term prognosis is uncertain, the long term prognosis has never been better,” said Troy Dayton, head of the marketing research firm Arcview.It was Arcview that calculated the pot industry was worth $6.9 billion in 2016. By 2021 it sees the industry moving $21 billion a year.“I think by 2021 it is reasonable that Congress will end federal prohibition,” said Dayton.“The sky hasn’t fallen” in Colorado, Oregon, Washington, the states where marijuana use for recreational purposes was first legalised, Dayton told AFP.He said polls show that 60% of Americans favour pot being legalised.He said it will not be tenable for Republicans or Democrats to keep supporting a ban on something that Dayton said is safer than alcohol. A scene from a pro-cannabis event in Colorado in April 2016. Source: Matthew StaverIn November of last year, voters approved possession and consumption of marijuana in California. Rules on sales, also approved then, will be issued in 2018 when the process opens for the granting of licenses for sales of recreational pot.In the meantime, in the mist of the legal limbo, a VIP pot smokers club opened recently.For a monthly fee ranging from $300 to $1,000, members can attend members-only parties starring marijuana and take home high quality pot-based products.The founder of one of them, Sailene Ossman, said hers does not sell pot.Rather, she said, membership gives people the privilege of receiving gifts of marijuana.- © AFP 2017Read: A ‘vanishing’ congressman, a mysterious White House visit: The latest twists in the Trump/Russia saga >Read: Ivanka Trump taking on unpaid White House job > Share28 Tweet Email1 https://jrnl.ie/3316705 ‘The sky hasn’t fallen’: The cannabis business is in great shape in Trump’s America The federal government still classifies marijuana as an illegal drug, but business in booming in states where it’s legal. last_img read more

Woman discovered with fatal injuries identified after public appeal

first_imgWoman discovered with fatal injuries identified after public appeal She was found on the side of the road at Annagannihy Bridge, Rylane, Macroom this morning. https://jrnl.ie/4503489 Wednesday 20 Feb 2019, 3:35 PM Image: Brian Lawless via PA Images Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Short URL By Hayley Halpin Share86 Tweet Email1 Feb 20th 2019, 12:50 PM Image: Brian Lawless via PA Images Updated Feb 20th 2019, 3:35 PM GARDAÍ IN CORK have identified a woman who died from her injuries after being discovered on the side of the road. Gardaí earlier appealed for the public’s assistance in locating the woman – aged in her 70s – after she was discovered on the side of the road with serious injuries.Gardai have confirmed that the woman has since died from her injuries.  She was discovered on the side of the road at Annagannihy Bridge, Rylane, Macroom this morning at around 6.40am. Gardai thanked the public and the media for their assistance in the matter. A file will now be prepared for the Coroner’s Court. With reporting from Cormac Fitzgerald 23 Comments 70,174 Views last_img read more