NewsBreaking newsLimerick homes evacuated over undetonated grenadeBy Staff Reporter – October 17, 2017 4108 Linkedin Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Email TAGSarmyEODgrenadelimerick Previous articleNetwork gap between men and women discussed at Network Ireland Limerick eventNext articleNew electronic referral system to speed up medical appointments Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Facebook Print Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Twitter The army bomb disposal unit were called to Limerick this evening.AN Investigation is underway in Limerick after an undetonated grenade was found in the city during the early hours of this Tuesday.Shortly after 1.30am this Tuesday morning, homes in the Pennywell area of Limerick city were evacuated following the discovery of a grenade near a home in the city.After Gardai were notified, the Cork based Explosive Ordinance Disposal team from the Irish Army were deployed to the scene.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Upon arrival, the team found that the grenade had failed to explode.An immediate cordon was set up and the neighbouring homes were evacuated for safety.A controlled explosion was carried out and some time after 3.15am, the are was declared safe and residents were allowed to return to their homes.Gardai in Limerick are now investigating the incident.See more Limerick news here Advertisement RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival WhatsApp Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace”
View post tag: Navy View post tag: Operations Authorities Back to overview,Home naval-today USA: Vice Chief of Naval Operations Talks Strategy and Leadership USA: Vice Chief of Naval Operations Talks Strategy and Leadership The vice chief of naval operations delivered a Secretary of the Navy Guest Lecture (SGL) to students, faculty and staff of the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Feb. 16 in King Auditorium.Adm. Mark Ferguson‘s remarks focused on Navy’s role in defense strategy and priorities recently announced as part of the Fiscal Year 2013 budget submission. He also discussed other personnel and readiness topics.Held several times throughout the year, SGLs provide insights into current and emerging national security priorities from the leaders who guide them, and help students and faculty link their study, teaching and research efforts to the defense needs of the nation.“Our strategy places a premium on global presence with a rebalance toward Asia-Pacific and the Middle East” said Ferguson. “It balances future capability with current readiness.”Ferguson told the audience that while in some cases force structure may be reduced, the Navy and Marine Corps will remain “agile, flexible, ready, and technologically advanced while retaining core Navy-Marine Corps warfighting capabilities.”Emphasizing the Navy’s critical role in national security and economic prosperity, Ferguson said that the Chief of Naval Operations’ three tenets of warfighting first, operate forward and be ready were the “lenses” that Navy budget priorities where focused through.Before taking questions from the audience, Ferguson discussed what he believes is expected from Navy leaders and how they must make a difference daily.“Be ready to lead–each of you are empowered to make contibutions and commitments to make our Navy a better place,” he said. “In today’s Navy you have to bring your ‘A-game’ every day.”Ferguson is a 1984 graduate from the Naval Postgraduate School with a Master of Science Degree in Computer Science, and was honored with the university’s Distinguished Alumni Award in December of 2008In addition to SGL remarks Ferguson and his wife Lauré met with U.S. and international Sailors, civilians and families from NPS and Naval Support Activity Monterey.[mappress]Naval Today Staff , February 19, 2012; Image: navy View post tag: Naval View post tag: Talks View post tag: News by topic View post tag: usa View post tag: Vice Chief View post tag: Leadership February 19, 2012 View post tag: strategy Share this article
MORE: Pitino has “deep interest” in coaching NBA team”We should have left earlier,” Olympiakos general director Christos Stavropoulos told reporters. “The Greek state needs to take measures to clean this filth.”Olympiakos players received three fouls in the first 28 seconds, and Panathinaikos held a 40-25 lead at halftime. But while Olympiakos blamed the refs, Panathinaikos owner Dimitris Giannakopoulos saw things differently.”It was something already planned,” he told reporters. “It seems that they cannot pay their players. They threw the towel and now they say that they don’t like the refs. Maybe the Aggelopoulos family wants to leave Olympiakos and to blame us and the refs. It’s unacceptable. You lose or win on the court.”And as if things weren’t weird enough, Giannakopoulos apparently tried to send a message after the game: Basketball:Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 13.02.2019.Olympiacos left the game at halftime while complaining about the referees.After that Panathinaikos owner Dimitris Giannakopoulos put a pair of woman’s underwear on the empty bench of Olympiacos. pic.twitter.com/NVXNWF8wg1— When Sunday Comes (@WSCsupporters) February 13, 2019As a result of the forfeit, Olympiakos could face points deductions in the Greek league.Pitino took to Twitter to comment about the bizarre finish afterward.Well in 42 years of coaching I, thought I had seen it all. Up 15 at halftime. Motivating my team to come out with great intensity the first 5 minutes. We were fired up except Olympiakos never came back out. Game over. Onto the Greek Cup finals in Crete on Sunday #paobc— Rick Pitino (@RealPitino) February 13, 2019Pitino’s team thus will advance to the Greek Cup final against PAOK. Rick Pitino has had a long career as a basketball coach, but he saw something new this week.During a Greek Cup semifinal game against Pitino’s Panathinaikos, the Olympiakos team just quit at halftime. And not in the cliched sense that they didn’t play well. They literally didn’t come back onto the court for the second half. The team, led by former Cavaliers coach David Blatt, apparently was upset by the refereeing that took place.