Grades for Sale at UL?

first_imgBetter grades can get a student from one level to another in their academic sojourn.  These grades are currently rumored to be on sale at the state-run University of Liberia following the completion of a fragile semester in April.According to scores of UL students, who just completed their senior course in English, those who could not make the desired grades were asked to pay L$1,000 to “cross the bridge” from failure to passing. This amount being requested by unscrupulous instructors is being seen as too much by students.The English course— coded as Engl. 411— was taught in the seventh section on the schedule, and is reported to have recorded mass failure due to academic limitations of poorly prepared students.The affected students told the Daily Observer that the instructor gave an assignment to students as part of what will constitute their final grades in addition to the examination.The students, who asked for anonymity, said they failed to meet the required grade points and ended up failing.“Upon receiving our papers, one of our classmates told us not to search for the instructor on UL campus, but rather to go to the Stella Maris campus where he was eating.  When we got there, he gave each person an envelope for us to write our names with our identification number to put L$1,000 into.  When he took the money, he then returned the emptied envelope to the student and his/her ID is checked,” a student explained.“The money is too much for us at this time because some of us are not working to get money.  If it were L$500, it would be acceptable. But the L$1,000 is too much as we still have tests to do and the burden of transportation is still hanging over us,” another student said.While our reporter was on the Fendell Campus on April 4, students copying the class schedule for next semester were seen and heard checking names of instructors to sit under.Normally students look out for convenient days and times, but now they ask who the instructor is before choosing their section.Students were rejecting certain instructors attached to courses because of past encounters with them.When the Dean of the college was contacted via mobile phone, he said such an issue had been brought to his attention, and that he would conduct an investigation to ascertain the facts.In another instance, students who did beginner’s accounting said the instructor charged US$10 to “cross the bridge.”Coded as Acct. 003, the students who were in section 9 on the schedule said their instructor told them to pay the amount as a prerequisite to passing the course.“This is my third time doing this course under this same instructor, I still can’t pass.  Now that he has collected my US$10, I hope to see a passing grade and not an ‘F, NG’ or ‘I.’ If not, he will feel the weight,” one student threatened.At the “Brother and Sister Restaurant” where this instructor and his female friend were sitting on the main campus, we were asked by this woman to use our phone so she could give us the amount to be paid.  When my phone was given back to me with a figure on the screen, I was asked to pay L$500.  The woman threw my phone on the ground and it almost broke,” a student said.Amidst these instances at UL, affected students are regretting the absence of Dr. Wede Elliot-Brownell, who they say would not allow such activities to take place under her watch.According to them, under Dr. Brownell instructors were careful about what they did in class as they needed to protect their jobs. Dr. Brownell was constantly on their (the instructors) backs to ensure that no one takes money from students for grades.“These instructors were only advocating for the woman to leave the university so they could go about “business as usual.”  Since she is not here, they will continue giving tests with intention of failing people so they can extort money from us and build their houses,” a distressed female said.UL Relations Vice President, Dr. S. Momolu Getaweh, in response to a call from the Daily Observer, said such information was not available to him, but the Dean of Student Affairs would look into the issue.Efforts made to contact the Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Julius S. Nelson, proved futile as his phone was switched off.Although Dr. Emmet A. Dennis’ Administration at the University of Liberia is strict in making sure that the problem is tackled, it is difficult to control as students themselves are willing to take part.In most instances they are the first through, their class leadership, to propose money collection to bribe an instructor. Many students do not attend classes or take lessons seriously; preferring to use money to buy grades instead.As a result of this issue plaguing the education system, instructors who teach and live by principles are often hated by students, who describe them as “harsh and uncompassionate.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

China’s High-Tech Boost to Liberian Education: the Schools Must Be Made Ready, Too

first_imgThe People’s Republic of China, through the United Nations Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (UNESCO), last week donated US$700,000 worth of information and technology equipment for use in Liberia’s three Rural Teacher Training Institutes.The benefitting institutions are the KRTTI in Kakata, Margibi County, ZRTTI in Zorzor, Lofa County, and WRTTI in Webbo, Maryland County.This is a significant contribution to teacher training in Liberia which immediately places a heavy responsibility on the government of Liberia (GOL) in respect to all its educational institutions, especially the elementary, junior high and high schools. What is the heavy responsibility?  Now that Liberian teachers are being trained in high-tech education, the GOL should immediately start providing its elementary, junior high and high schools with the same equipment, so that the students will become ready to receive effectively what their teachers have to offer.The point is that computer and high-tech education cannot be taught in a vacuum (an empty space).  As the teacher stands behind his or her computer imparting that knowledge to students, so must the students be behind their computers receiving the instruction.  This would be a very serious motivation for our students, which could at once accelerate their learning capacity because it would make learning far more interesting and challenging.We vividly recall that several years ago, around 2010-2011, when the Ministry of Education, under Minister Othello Gongar, launched the new Liberian Education Curriculum, it contained nothing about high-tech.  The Daily Observer immediately brought this important missing element to the attention of the Ministry, and in an editorial told Minister Gongar that there was no way Liberian education in the 21st century could be effective without high-tech facilitation.That was five years ago.  Today, even in or near the nation’s capital, Monrovia, many students are still sitting on the floor, or on broken concrete blocks.  Yesterday’s editorial in this newspaper referred to an identical situation in Schiefflin, Margibi County, very near Monrovia, where an unknown businessman came to the rescue of an elementary school where he found students seated either on the floor or on concrete blocks.   Out of his compassion, he showed up with 78 armchairs to help these impoverished students and their badly handicapped school.This leads us to wonder whether our suggestion that GOL equip all of its elementary and junior high schools  throughout the country with computers to bring them into the modern era is not too farfetched (unlikely, improbable), if GOL has difficulty providing as basic a thing as classroom chairs.And yet what can a newspaper do but remind the government of the challenges facing it in this modern era, especially in the education sector.  What the Chinese have done is constructively to help the GOL do what it must to strengthen the capacity of primary and secondary education.We hope that the new Education Minister, George Werner, is fully cognizant of the many challenges facing him as he attempts to clean up what President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf several years ago called the “mess” in Liberian Education.   Now the Chinese have upped the ante by introducing high-tech into the system, beginning first—and most appropriately so—with the teachers.   Once the teachers are equipped, for the first time, with this technology, it would be foolhardy for them to present it to their students in a purely theoretical fashion.  That would be counter-productive.  That is surely not the way to introduce modern technology.  The approach to teaching it must be hands-on and direct.Mr. Werner, if confirmed, will have to think seriously about how he can rais the funds to computerize Liberian primary and secondary classrooms, so that when the high-tech-savvy teachers arrive, they will find students   equally ready to receive the new instructions being offered.Minister Werner must first find high-tech professionals who can immediately scout all classrooms throughout the country and propose how they can be remodeled to accommodate high-tech instruction.   The Education Ministry would then have to liaise with the Liberia Telecommunications Corporation (LIBTELCO), the Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA) and the GOL as a whole toward equipping the schools for this revolutionary new methodology.           Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

‘9 Mercenaries to Beg for Clemency’

first_imgWeeks after the Supreme Court sentenced 9 of the 18 detainees charged with mercenarism to life imprisonment, (all of them, hailing from Grand Gedeh County), Cllr. Tiawan Gongloe, who served as their lead counsel, is rallying elders and chiefs of the county to mobilize their people to beg President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to grant them clemency.Cllr. Gongloe informed the Grand Gedeans at an appreciation program held on Sunday, October 23, at the St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, on Lynch Street, in Monrovia that history has shown that President Sirleaf has granted clemency to people convicted of committing serious crimes in the country.“President Sirleaf granted clemency to 14 young citizens from River Gee County accused of murder which happened without the matter reaching the Supreme Court, because their elders and chiefs quickly mobilized their citizens and they immediately begged the president,” Gongloe informed his audience.The nine Grand Gedeans were among 18 other defendants arrested by state security in 2011 and 2012 during cross border fracas after a post electoral violence in the Ivory Coast between loyalists of that country’s ex-president Laurent Gbagbo and those of his successor Alassane Ouattara.Five of the 18 were acquitted during the trial at the lower court due to lack of evidence to link them to the crime.Encouraging the elders, when he and other lawyers who represented the detainees were appreciated by the people of Grand Gedeh for their legal services during the trial, Gongloe said he was prepared to personally join a campaign to beg the President.“Your case is different because it was the Supreme Court that decided the matter, but we can still use the political process to have the President pardon our children,” Cllr. Gongloe emphasized.It was attended by several prominent citizens of the county, including seasoned politician Gbai Gbala.Cllr. Gongloe, who hails from Nimba County, said “it can happen only with collective effort and beside that we cannot succeed to free our people from jail. I believe that the judicial process has taken its course; it is now for the political process to set them free.”According to Gongloe, the trial was the first of its kind he had ever witnessed in the country.“This is the first time for a country to use its legal process to prosecute its citizens based on an allegation from another country. If this was anything to go by, then our government has set a world record and they don’t need anything more than that,” Gongloe informed the elders and chiefs.“Our government was only trying to show Cote d’ Ivorie that they would compel its citizens to account for the crime they committed in that country, and they proved their case,” he said.Backing Cllr, Gongloe’s idea, Mr. Gbala and some of the elders in separate remarks applauded Gongloe and assured that they would do everything possible to mobilize their people to beg President Sirleaf to free their children.Informing the people about his effort to have the 13 free, Gongloe said “We performed to the best of our ability, but we don’t control over the trial process.“You do your best, but the jury and the judges also have their part to play. They are not free today, because the Supreme Court heard it differently,” Cllr. Gongloe told the audienceEvery December, President Sirleaf in grants clemency to select prison inmates.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Man City to ‘go all the way to the final’ with this XI against Barca?

first_imgToure may be missing but there is good news in that James Milner is fit to play.PELLEGRINI: James Milner is 100% fit #MCFCB— Manchester City FC (@MCFC) February 23, 2015A 5-0 demolition of Newcastle coupled with good European wins this season see the players in confident mood, according to striker Sergio Aguero, who along with David Silva was superb against the Magpies.LIONEL MESSI DID NOT TELL LUIS ENRIQUE TO SIGN SERGIO AGUERO“When many thought we were down and out in this competition, we defeated Bayern and then Roma in Italy,” Aguero told the club website.“That shows we are growing as a European force and we can do it again,” he added, while £28m January signing Wilfried Bony said it would be a dream to start to his City career if he plays against Barca after making his debut at the weekend.Do you agree with the line-up above and with Toure’s view that if the club are able to overcome the Spanish giants, a place in the final is a real possibility?talkSPORT comes live from the Etihad tonight so for live commentary of Man City v Barcelona listen here from 7pm. Man City v Barcelona is live on talkSPORT on Tuesday 24 February from 7pm.Once again Man City face Barcelona in the Champions League last 16, though this time the belief from both camps is that Manuel Pellegrini’s side are stronger than last year.Barcelona midfield maestro Andres Iniesta certainly thinks so, insisting the players signed by City since the 4-1 aggregate defeat have made them stronger.“Against these rivals and taking into account that we are in the Champions League qualifying stage, as it was last year, it’s these details that could make the difference,” he explained to the tournament’s automotive sponsors, Nissan.‘WE’RE READY FOR BARCA!’ MAN CITY STAR IN CONFIDENT MOODYaya Toure, suspended for the match at the Etihad, has glory in his sights and feels a win over two legs here could see them go all the way to Berlin.“If we manage to beat Barcelona we can go all the way to the final,” he said.SUAREZ RETURNS TO ENGLAND: BARCA HAVE A LEADER IN FORMER LIVERPOOL ACEPossible Man City XI: 1 1 Wilfried Bony, James Milner and Sergio Aguero train last_img read more

Liverpool striker to follow Markovic to Fenerbahce?

first_img Divock Origi Fenerbahce are interested in signing Liverpool striker Divock Origi in January, according to reports in Turkey.The Yellow Canaries apparently tried to take the Belgian on loan during the summer before landing Lazar Markovic from the Merseysiders.However, the Turkish giants, who lost forwards Moussa Sow and Dirk Kuyt in the summer, have not given up hope of luring Origi to Istanbul and are readying a January bid, newspaper Fanatik is claiming.Liverpool signed Origi from Lille in July 2014 but immediately loaned him back to the French club for the whole of last season. He is back on Merseyside this season, but the 20-year-old has featured just twice for Brendan Rodgers’ team this season.And, with the likes of Christian Benteke, Daniel Sturridge and Danny Ings ahead of him in the striking pecking order, Rodgers could consider another loan deal. 1last_img read more

Facebook settles suit over texting

first_imgFacebook also will work more closely with mobile-phone carriers to monitor the lists of recycled numbers and reduce the frequency of unwanted text messages.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SAN JOSE – Pressured by a lawsuit, Internet social network Facebook Inc. will adopt new measures to prevent its 58 million members from sending text messages to recycled cell phone numbers. The settlement was announced Tuesday by attorneys for an Indiana woman who claimed Palo Alto-based Facebook had been profiting from text messages sent by its members after the intended recipients had given up the phone numbers. The lawsuit filed by Lindsey Abrams of Patriot, Ind., said she received text messages with explicit comments and other upsetting content – and had to pay 10 cents each time. Facebook received a share of the fee, according to the complaint. According to the complaint, which Abrams’ lawyers had hoped would be certified as a class action, Abrams started getting the unsolicited messages shortly after she got a new mobile number from Verizon Communications Inc. in November 2006. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: Clemson demonstrates that it’s tough to knock out the champHer suit alleged thousands of other unauthorized text messages had been sent nationwide to other recycled phone numbers, including some used by young children. Facebook stipulated to the agreement in court papers filed Dec. 14 in San Jose federal court. A Facebook spokeswoman declined to comment Tuesday. The two-month-old case highlighted the problems that can arise as Web sites extend their services to mobile handsets with phone numbers that have been reassigned after another customer’s service ended. Facebook’s rapid growth has greatly increased the chances of unauthorized messages originating from its network. Nearly 40 million people have joined Facebook in the past eight months. Without admitting any wrongdoing, Facebook agreed to make it easier for recipients of text messages to block future messages originating from the social network. last_img read more


first_imgDeirdre with Donegal County Manager Seamus Neely and Chairperson of Donegal Co Co Ciaran Brogan – donegaldaily.comHARVEY’S Point hotelier Deirdre McGlone is the Donegal Person of the Year – and there were plenty of people in Dublin last night for the announcement.Deirdre has worked tirelessly for Donegal as a tourism ambassador around the globe, somehow finding the time to help charities too.The main celebration will be on March 5 in the capital. But there were plenty of celebrations last night too at the announcement event hosted by the Donegal Association in Dublin.Here are some pictures from the event.Deirdre & Donegal Association Secretary Marie Ryan – donegaldaily.comDeirdre with husband Marc and brother Michael – donegaldaily.comDonegal Association Committee with Marc Gisling, Deirdre McGlone, former winner Moya Doherty – donegaldaily.comDonegal Association President Hugh Harkin and Chairperson Elaine Caffrey presenting Deirdre with the Acknowledgment of Donegal Person of the Yesr 2015 – donegaldaily.comGlamorous Deirdre speaking at the announcementHugh Harkin, Deirdre, Marc, Michael McGlone, Elaine Caffrey – donegaldaily.comJoe Mulholland winner in 2008, with Deirdre, Marc & Michael McGlonePeggy Stringer, Deirdre McGlone, Marc Gisling, Michael McGlonePICTURE SPECIAL AS DEIRDRE McGLONE NAMED DONEGAL PERSON OF THE YEAR was last modified: January 20th, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Deirdre McGloneDonegal Person of the Yearlast_img read more


first_imgMISSING: The sister of Mary Boyle is to go to Westminister in a bid to get justice for her allegedly murdered sister.Irelands longest missing child case is back in the headlines once more. Mary Boyle (6) went missing on 18 March 1977, she was visiting her grandparents in Ballyshannon.She is presumed dead by friends and family who have long since giving up of finding her alive.Mary’s twin sister Ann Doherty and Margo O’Donnell, a sister of Daniel and neighbour and distant cousin of the Boyles, were interviewed at Pearse Street Garda Station in Dublin.A number of families have been invited to Westminister to discuss the issues. Journalist Gemma O’Doherty is working with the women to share the case.Doherty has claimed her sister was killed by somebody known to her.She also believes she was sexually abused before her death.Doherty will make a plea to Gardai to arrest the suspect. She will also state that she was informed by a senior Garda that there was political interference in the case, which she believes prevented Mary’s killer from being brought to justice.SISTER OF MISSING MARY BOYLE CLAIMS SHE WAS SEXUALLY ABUSED AND MURDERED was last modified: October 23rd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more


first_imgSt Eunan’s GAA News: The Annual St. Eunan’s G.A.A. Golf Classic in association with Diver’s Hyundai, Canal Rd. Letterkenny will take place on Saturday 23rd May. Entry for a team of 4 is only €100 with some excellent prizes on offer. Please contact James Friel on 086 8255474 or Paul Carr on 087 2836567 for bookings/information. The Senior Footballers were defeated by Glenswilly on Sunday by 2-08 to 1-05 while the Reserves won 4-07 to 0-10, goalscorers Eddie Blake, Aiden Friel and Donnacha Gallagher(2). Both teams are due to travel to Malin this coming weekend.The Juniors beat Adara in the second round of the League. The final score was 1.10 to 1.5 with the Eunan’s goal coming from Kevin Meehan. Good luck to Ray Durack and the Donegal Senior Hurlers who take on Tyrone in the Nicky Rackard Cup this Saturday in O’Donnell Park, throw in 1pm.The Senior Hurlers went down to Na Seamróga on a scoreline of 4-10 to 0-05 in the Táin League on Sunday.The Minor Hurlers recorded a hard fought 5-08 to 2-14 win over Burt. They now face Carndonagh at home on Thursday evening, 7.30pm throw in. Minor training continues every Tuesday at 5pm.The U-14 Hurlers were also victorious last week, defeating Aodh Ruadh by 5-11 to 1-01.Congratulations to Rose Boyle and Kaneshia Mc Kinney, who are part of the County Ladies squad that reached the National League Division 2 final in Clones at the weekend after a comprehensive win over Westmeath.Well done also to our club members on the Under 14 development squad on their win over Fermanagh.Congratulations to our players who were of the Donegal Minor Football panel who retained their Ulster Minor League title last weekend, beating Derry 2-14 to 1-11. The Century Cinemas Football Academy continues every Sunday morning at 11am and the Hurling and Camogie Academy is every Friday at 6.30pm. New members are most welcome from all parts of Letterkenny.There will be a Dance in The Clubhouse on Saturday, May 9th featuring well known band “Country Traditions” between 9:30pm and 12:30am. Admission is only €8 including Supper. All proceeds are going to our U14 Féile teams. The boys and girls footballers will travel to Wicklow with the Hurlers and Camógs hosting teams. All support is welcome. Contact Pauric Daly for tickets on 087-126 8535Cash 4 Clothes 4 Féile: Are you doing a spring clean this year? Tidying up that wardrobe and wondering where to put your old clothes? As part of our “4 for Féile” fundraising campaign we are collecting all your old clothes which we hope to turn into cash to help fund our four teams that will compete in this year’s Féile events. The boys and girls U14 Footballers will travel to the south-east (Wexford – Carlow – Wicklow) in late June for the All-Ireland Féile whilst the U14 Hurlers and Camógs will act as hosts for this year’s Ulster Féile.You can drop your black bags of old clothes to O’Donnell Park this Sunday, May 3rd during the Century Cinemas Sunday Morning Academy. You can also drop off on this Friday, May 1st during the Hurling and Camogie Academy between 6.30pm and 8pm. Alternatively, if anyone has stuff and needs it collected, contact Eunan O’Donnell at 087 6775637. Your support is greatly appreciated for these young sports people.The Topaz Cash for Clubs initiative is now entering the it’s final two weeks, the closing date being Sunday 10th May. Please remember to ‘Stamp the St. Eunan’s Card’ every time you refuel by €40 or more at Tobin’s Topaz on the Port Rd.Please continue to support the Tesco Supporting Communities initiative in Tesco Letterkenny by placing your blue tokens in the St. Eunan’s GAA donation box when you pass through the checkout in Tesco.This week’s lotto numbers were 4,10,11,17.5 people matched 3 numbers, each winning €20.Kieran Tobin, Orchard Grove.Sean Dunne, Fernhill.Greg Harkin, Ramelton.Eugene Duffy, Killyclug.Above all Direct Debit.Regina Kerr, c/o The Orchard InnAbove sold by Adrian.Next week’s jackpot is €1150.GAA NEWS: ST EUNAN’S MINOR HURLERS EARN EMPHATIC WIN OVER BURT was last modified: April 29th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAANoticesSportSt Eunanslast_img read more


first_imgA Donegal community group has had the threat of legal action dropped after the Government promised to pay money owed to the contractor who carried out works.Cllr Seamus O’DomhnaillThe Doe Community Association in Creeslough was facing legal action in the High Court for non-payment for works.The works in question were the Village enhancement of Creeslough village and a grant was sanctioned by the Miinister for environment to pay for the work. The Doe Community Association were simply the conduit by which the money was to be paid to the Contractor and DLDC were the lead partners for the project.It transpired in August 2012 that the Department of Environment came to the conclusion that the works should not be funded by the department as it was outside their remit, this after the same department had sanctioned the grant and work was almost completed.This left the Community group in a position where the contractor had to chase them up for the remainder of the payment because the department reneged on their previous sanction.Cllr Seamus O Domhnaill said the matter, which was first raised on Donegal Daily, has now been resolved. “To say that the community group felt distressed and angry is an understatement yet Minister Phil Hogan would not even agree to meet with the group or indeed engage with them.“The outstancding amount was in excess of €200 K and it appeared that this Government were happy to burden this amount onto a voluntary community group in Creeslough.Cllr. O’Domhnaill commented that “I had numerous meetings with the community group, DLDC who were partners as well as Donegal County Council who also played a role in the Village Enhancement process but it was virtually impossible to make progress when the Department refused to engage with the interested parties.“A last gasp Emergency meeting which I organised in mid December allowed the Group to plead and outline their difficulties once more to the County Manager as well as to Caoimhín Mac Aoidh of DLDC. “Further negotiations were the had between Donegal County Council and the Department and a resolution was finally arrived at yesterday afternoon.”The outstanding monies will now be paid out by the Department and it is hoped that the legal proceedings being brought by the contractor will be dropped as he will finally be paid. Cllr O Domhnaill said the Doe Community association are left distressed and extremely frustrated by this whole ordeal and the good work which was carried out through out this project have totally been overshadowed with the red tape and arrogance of the Department of the Environment.O’Domhnaill concluded by stating “I have been involved with this Community Association from the very first time the idea of Village enhancement was thought of for the Village, despite all of the difficulties I am pleased to have been able to actively work with the Group to solve this ridiculous situation that could have been solved by senior Government members at a much earlier stage.“I cannot commend and praise the Community Association enough in regards to their determination and hard work and I am personally delighted that this matter has been resolved. Thanks must also be paid to Seamus Neely & Mícheal O’Heanaigh of Donegal County Council who played an active role in the resolution as well as Caoimhin Mac Aoidh of DLDC.”CREESLOUGH COMMUNITY GROUP BREATHS SIGH OF RELIEF AS COMMUNITY CASH PROMISED was last modified: February 6th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Cllr Seamus O DomhnaillDoe Community Associationlast_img read more