RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live A well-known Chinese jazz and pop duo, called Mr. Miss, is visiting the island of Ireland – to film a series of videos for a new Tourism Ireland campaign. The campaign – called ‘Love Ireland’ – will feature 20 different experiences and activities in lots of different locations around the island of Ireland, to show potential Chinese visitors how to ‘Fill Your Heart With Ireland’.PIC SHOWS: Du Kai (third left) and Liu Lian (fourth left), both Mr. Miss; Elfie Yang, Tourism Ireland (right); and the film crew, during filming in Ireland for a new promotional campaign.Pic – Suzy McCannyA famous Chinese band are filming in Adare in Limerick.Mr. Miss, have been visiting to film a series of videos for a new Tourism Ireland campaign.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up There will be roughly 20 videos for a campaign called Love Ireland which will show experiences and activities to do around the country.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Il0Bw7EFBPEDu Kai and Liu Lian who make up the jazz pop duo rose to fame on a Chinese reality TV singing show.David Boyce, Tourism Ireland’s Head of Middle East, Asia and Emerging Markets, said: “We’re really pleased to be working with Mr. Miss on our new ‘Love Ireland’ campaign – as their fanbase is a good fit with our target audience in China.“Their videos will be seen by millions of people across China – helping to raise awareness of Adare and Ireland, and the wide variety of things to see and do here.”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJjhq4cLJS4Up to 4 million Chinese people visit Europe every year so it is hoped that these videos will boost tourism in Ireland.The videos will go live in December and will be shared across numerous Chinese social media platforms. Linkedin Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Previous articleMan charged in connection with robbery of cash at Limerick off-licenceNext articleLimerick to turn yellow and purple for DLD awareness day Meghann Scully WhatsApp WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Print Advertisement TAGSAdareChinaKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostLimerick Post ShowMr Misstourism. tourism Ireland Email Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Twitter LimerickNewsFamous Chinese band are filming in LimerickBy Meghann Scully – October 16, 2019 307 Facebook Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live
Share EducationLocalNewsSecondary Davidson Loys is 2011 recipient of CARP scholarship funded by MSU by: – August 11, 2011 Sharing is caring! Share In Photo: Davidson Loys in the yellow shirt. Recently, Dr. Randy Glean, Director of International Services at Midwestern State University (MSU) visited Dominica to recruit and have an orientation with the six students who will be attending MSU in the Fall 2011 semester.He encouraged the students to study hard and participate in the Caribbean Student Organization (CSO) which will be eighteen years this year. He further emphasized that the CSO Alumni are giving back to their communities in many ways like helping two mothers who were affected by the floods last year in St. Lucia and St. Vincent & the Grenadines respectively, as well as giving scholarships. In 2004 the Alumni Chapter of CSO at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas formed the Caribbean Alumni for Regional Progress (CARP) Scholarship. The aim of the CARP Scholarship is to assist the needy students in the islands of Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, St. Lucia, St. Kitts/Nevis, and St. Vincent & the Grenadines.The scholarship, which is in the amount of US $200 or EC$530 (previously EC $500, 2004- 2006), is awarded annually to one student (per island) for the purchase of school supplies and/or payment of school fees. The recipient of the scholarship should be a current student at a selected Primary School, and he/she should be selected based on his/her *financial needs* and *academic performance*. The 2011 CARP Recipient, is 12 year old, Davidson Loys, from the Coulibistrie Primary School. He will be attending the Isaiah Thomas Secondary School in September 2011. Also, present at the orientation was Stella Alcendor, the 2007 CARP Recipient who receives a yearly scholarship starting from 2008 from the CZO Boyz Alumni, which consists of about forty males of the alumni chapter. A sum of EC $800 was handed to Stella by Dr.Randy Glean, a MSU alumnus. The 2010 CARP Scholarship Recipients were Markley John from the Morne Prosper Primary School, and Tifara Francis from the Bagatelle Primary School. Markley and Tifara are currently attending the Dominica Grammar School and the Pierre Charles Secondary School respectively. The scholarships were given by the Dominica’s CARP Representative, Joyce Jones. Also, present at the orientation was David Vital, another MSU alumnus.Press Release Tweet Share 42 Views no discussions
ELLSWORTH — The George Stevens Academy girls’ cross-country team won the Ellsworth Invitational on Saturday at Ellsworth High School.A pack of three GSA sophomores — Eliza Broughton, Mary Richardson and Zeya Lorio — led the team, finishing in fourth, fifth and sixth place among 68 runners.Of the 10 schools competing, the GSA girls won with 42 points. Orono took second with 64 points, and Caribou finished third with 93.Broughton finished the three-mile course in 20 minutes and 55.39 seconds. Richardson followed in 21:16.63, and Lorio finished in 21:35.26.George Stevens Academy sophomore Eliza Broughton sprints for the finish line at Saturday’s Ellsworth Invitational. Broughton finished fourth in 20 minutes and 55.39 seconds. PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMSThis is placeholder textThis is placeholder textOrono junior Hannah Steelman won in 19:14.36.While the GSA boys couldn’t overcome the winning team, Orono (35 points), and runner-up Caribou (40 points), GSA junior John Hassett took first among 81 runners.Hassett finished in 16 minutes and 40.90 seconds, nearly 40 seconds ahead of runner-up Matt Keresey of Orono (17:18.92). GSA placed third of 12 teams with 95 points.Other top finishers for the GSA boys included senior Will Entwisle (seventh in 18:09.50) and Oliver Broughton (13th in 18:45.29).Other top finishers for the GSA girls included senior Hanna Gutow (12th in 22:19.39), junior Bella Cimeno (16th in 22:58.41) and junior Emma Larson-Whittaker (26th in 23:41.67).As for other Hancock County teams, the Mount Desert Island girls took fifth with 120 points, and the MDI boys placed eighth with 196.Find more results here.
FSB selects Glenn Elliott as new COO August 12, 2020 Related Articles Submit Share StumbleUpon Mark Wilson: How FSB is meeting the recreational cricket punter’s demands August 20, 2020 FSB teams up with Cricket.com to launch predictions game June 18, 2020 Industry platform provider FSB has enhanced its Business Development team after naming Russell Colvin as the new Head of Retail Sales.Colvin has joined the firm from Playtech’s BGT Sports division where he held the role of Commercial Director. In his new role, Colvin will oversee the sales of FSB’s retail products such as its Self Service Betting Terminal and EPoS systems.Commenting on his appointment, Colvin said: “I am really excited to have joined FSB and look forward to working with such a talented team.“FSB’s retail products and services are game-changing, and I am looking forward to introducing them to operators in markets around the world.”Prior to joining FSB, Colvin has amassed over 20 years’ of experience from the sports betting industry, having worked for companies such as Coral, Global Draw and Scientific Games.Dave McDowell, CEO of FSB, added: “I am thrilled to welcome Russell to the team and for us to leverage his knowledge and experience as we continue to drive our retail product forwards.”“Our retail products are market leading and Russell will play a key role in ensuring operators are aware of what we have to offer and the value we can deliver.” Share