Gardai identify human remains found in Limerick

first_imgWalk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR No vaccines in Limerick yet Print NewsLocal NewsGardai identify human remains found in LimerickBy Editor – May 9, 2013 800 Gardaí across Ireland take on viral dance challenge Twitter TAGSbodyfeaturedGardahuman remainsmissingPolish Previous articleAfter Dark – Riverfest FireworksNext articleThe feelgood factor Editor center_img Facebook Advertisement Man and woman arrested after Gardaí seize cash and suspected drugs worth more than €28,000 WhatsApp The Garda Technical Unit examining the scene where the human remains were found on Tuesday.The Garda Technical Unit examining the scene where the human remains were found on Andrew Carey [email protected] remains found in undergrowth near a riverside walkway in Limerick earlier this week are believed to be those of a Polish national missing in the city since last year.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Mayorstone Gardaí, assisted by the State Pathologist office and technical experts have been able to identify and date the remains to last year and they have been in contact with the man’s family in Poland.Gardaí are continuing their investigation following the discovery of the fragmented remains last week at an area close to the North Circular Road junction with the Condell Road.Council workers clearing rubbish from an area of undergrowth close to the   walkway found a human skull shortly after 11am last Tuesday and Gardaí uncovered the rest of the fragmented remains shortly before lunch.Deputy State pathologist Michael Curtis carried out a postmortem after he visited the area of the discovery on Wednesday. A forensic anthropologist also examined the scene.Further Garda technical examinations uncovered clothing and personal items including a mobile phone and an identity card.Gardaí say that they are continuing with their investigation but are now following a definite line of inquiry. Newcastle West Gardaí move Linkedin Shannondoc operating but only by appointmentlast_img read more

Clippers beat Jazz 143-137 in OT to stop 3-game skid

first_imgThe Clippers snapped a three-game skid to end the regular season, although the losses had already dropped them from the sixth seed to No. 8. Lawler, who turns 81 on April 21, plans to end his 60-year broadcasting career whenever the Clippers are eliminated from the playoffs. He’s handled their games for 40 years. The Clippers shot 71 percent in the first quarter when they led by 17. The Jazz earned the fifth seed and they’ll play No. 4 Houston in the first round. “When you get an opportunity to play postseason basketball you’re excited, but we’re even more excited because they knocked us out of the playoffs last year,” said Georges Niang, who added 24 points. “It’s a whole new season,” Clippers coach Doc Rivers said. “Time to get going.” Jazz: Meet Houston in first round of Western Conference playoffs. The Warriors won the season series 3-1, with the Clippers’ lone victory coming in overtime at home on Nov. 12 with some players who are no longer on the team. They even obliged his trademark Lawler’s Law, which states the first team to 100 points wins. Against the Jazz, the Clippers had seven players in double figures. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOS ANGELES (AP) — The Clippers won 48 games and made the playoffs without any current or former All-Stars on the roster. Written by LAWLER’S NIGHT Associated Press April 11, 2019 /Sports News – Local Clippers beat Jazz 143-137 in OT to stop 3-game skid The Clippers dominated overtime, 17-8. Zubac had back-to-back dunks and rookie Jerome Robinson scored six of his seven points. Ralph Lawler called his 3,229th and last regular season game for the Clippers.center_img His free throws put Utah ahead 126-124, but the Jazz fouled Sindarius Thornwell, who made both to tie it up and force overtime. “It feels good to get out there and play, and have some success scoring and to feel good about my game and how I’m playing,” Allen said. “It’s something I can look back on a little bit later and see how I improved from the beginning of the year.” UP NEXT Rivers joked, “If we could take (Stephen) Curry, (Kevin) Durant and (Klay) Thompson away that would be terrific.” Clippers: Meet defending champion Golden State in first round. Their reward? Getting the defending champion Golden State Warriors in the first round. The Jazz outscored the Clippers 29-24 in the fourth after Los Angeles led by nine. Allen had 14 points in the quarter. “We got a battle ahead of us and it’s about locking in,” said Montrezl Harrell, who scored 24 points to lead seven players in double figures in a 143-137 overtime win over the Utah Jazz on Wednesday night. “We can’t be in awe.” Jazz: F-C Derrick Favors (back spasms) missed his fifth straight game. … C Rudy Gobert (left ankle soreness), G Kyle Korver (right knee soreness), G Donovan Mitchell (thoracic spasm), G Ricky Rubio (left quad contusion) and G Raul Neto (left ankle soreness) sat out. … They have won eight of 10. … They lost the second game of their final back-to-back. “The pressure is on them, of course,” Beverley said of Golden State. “Understanding we have to do everything the right way to beat this team.” Ivica Zubac added 22 points and 11 rebounds and Patrick Beverley had 14 points in his return from injury. Tags: Los Angeles Clippers/NBA/Utah Jazz TIP-INS Grayson Allen led Utah with a career-high 40 points. The rookie made 13 of 14 free throws and five 3-pointers, but was limited to four points in overtime. Clippers: Beverley returned after missing the last three games with a right hip pointer. … They lost the season series 2-1.last_img read more

The Grocer Drink Awards deliver the real deal when it comes to great tipples

first_imgGold standard: Fentimans was one of the winners on the nightSadly, David Beckham couldn’t attend The Grocer Drink Awards on Monday. We tried to get him involved, honest, but we hear he’s too busy talking head lice with HuffPost these days.It’s a shame Becks couldn’t make it, because Haig Clubman, the brand the star part-owns with spirits giant Diageo, scooped a gold medal win, thanks to glowing reviews from consumers and expert judges alike.Haig Clubman’s performance in the awards is particularly impressive because the brand goes against all the rules of whisky. There isn’t a whisper of an age statement or Highland region, and its bottle looks, quite frankly, like a posh Eau de Toilette.Meanwhile, the cider win wasn’t scooped by one of the UK’s prestigious West Country cider houses, or even a bestselling own-label offering. Instead, it was won by none other than US whiskey giant Jack Daniel’s for its recently launched Tennessee Cider. A curveball indeed.That’s without mentioning that Aldi raked in three wins for its own-label lines, its Medusa Ruby Red Ale seeing off competition from some seriously well-established brands.But that’s what makes The Grocer’s booze awards (run in association with Cambridge Market Research) stand out, and, I dare say, considerably heightens the stakes. No drink has won its gold medal by virtue of any of its price, marketing or even taste credentials alone.A resounding endorsementWin one of The Grocer Drink Awards, and it’s a resounding endorsement of the whole package, thanks to the fact that bona fide shoppers and experts’ views are weighted equally in our judging process. After all, it’s ordinary consumers who ultimately decide whether booze brands sink or swim.Needless to say, though, the experts we do enlist aren’t just snooty wine snobs and bearded beer geeks. They’re pub owners, bartenders, brewers and buyers – people who genuinely understand the business of selling booze, and what really constitutes ‘great value for money’.It means genuine innovation is celebrated, and smaller and crossover brands that might otherwise get sniffed at by armchair commentators are given a chance to shine.So while this year’s awards are over – and believe me, we saw them through with a bang (I’d wager more than a few hangovers needed a thorough nursing across the drinks industry on Tuesday morning) – they’ve set an exceptionally high benchmark for next year.We can’t guarantee any sports stars will attend, but I hear Conor McGregor’s ‘Notorious’ whiskey may hit shelves in the near future. Perhaps he’ll be ready to challenge another champ by next November.Cheers!last_img read more

EURO 2016 Qualifiers: With Rooney injured, Walcott eyes England striker role

first_imgArsenal’s Theo Walcott is hoping to lead the line for England if Wayne Rooney does not recover from an ankle injury in time to face Estonia at Wembley on Friday.The Manchester United and England captain is a major doubt for the Euro 2016 qualifier after missing two training sessions, with England manager Roy Hodgson reportedly set to name Gary Cahill skipper if Rooney misses the game.Hodgson has used Walcott mostly on the right for England, but the 26-year-old has impressed in a central role for his club this season and has admitted that is where he wants to play for the national team as well.”I know everyone would like to see me up front,” Walcott told reporters before the Estonia game.”Playing there for England, that’s what I want to do.”England qualified for next year’s finals in France with a 6-0 victory in San Marino on Sept. 5 and have won all eight of their qualifiers so far. Walcott, who grabbed a brace in the San Marino game and has 12 goals in his last 14 Premier League starts, revealed that his improved form was down to advice from Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger and former team mate Thierry Henry, who is back at the club in a coaching role.”He (Wenger) asked if I could be more aggressive on the pitch,” Walcott said.”I actually said (to Wenger), ‘Do you want me to start kicking people?’ That was my first reaction. He said, ‘No, I’m not saying that.'”Again he wanted me to be more aggressive in terms of running at players, closing them down, tracking back, being there and in their faces,” Walcott added.The striker also said Henry has been a key factor in his improvement. “I have been chatting to him on a personal level behind the scenes as well to learn things from him,” Walcott said.”It is a great tool to have in the locker … I’ve had quite a few words with him about some of the games I’ve played.”He has just given me his analysis and if I’ve needed to ask him some questions about it, he’s always there,” he added.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more