There was further bad news on the jobs front in Donegal this month with the news that 637 more people were on the dole compared to this time last year.There were 21,711 people signing on in Donegal at the end of March, down slightly on February, but up 3% on the same period last year.Increases were recorded in most local offices across the county. In fact, the only office not to record a year on year increase in those signing on was Dungloe.The highest increase was recorded in Killybegs, with 1,355 signing on at the end of March, up 10% on last year, while there were 6,042 signing on in Letterkenny, up 7% on March 2010.There were 1,573 signing on in Buncrana, up 5%, and 1,625 in Dunfanaghy a rise of 3%.Ballybofey had a total of 2,630 signing on, up 1%. Buncrana had 4,918 on the register and Donegal Town had 1,408, both unchanged over the 12 month period. Meanwhile, there were 2,159 people signing in Dungloe, down 2% on March 2010.The latest figures come as an alarming number of young people continue to take the emigration option to both America and Australia.A meeting was held last night in Ardara to discuss the exodus of young people from the area with a number of options discussed for job creation in the town.EndsDOLE FIGURES CONTINUE TO RISE ACROSS DONEGAL WITH 21,711 UNEMPLOYED was last modified: April 1st, 2011 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:dole queuedonegal
Eclipse Cinemas Lifford/Strabane are bringing a classic rom-com back to the big screen next month – and we have a fantastic ticket package to give away to a lucky Donegal Daily reader!The iconic 1990 hit starring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts will be shown at the luxury Lifford cinema on two dates only – 2nd and 3rd February at 6pm and 8.30pm on both nights. CompetitionTickets are on sale now for these exclusive screenings. And we have FOUR to giveaway on our Facebook giveaway!That’s not all! The competition winner will receive FOUR complimentary wines – one for each ticketholder – as part of Eclipse Cinemas’ ‘Pour @ the Pictures’ deal.To enter the competition, simply click the link here to like and share the Facebook post: https://www.facebook.com/donegaldailyPretty WomanAcademy Award nominee Julia Roberts (Steel Magnolias) and charismatic leading man Richard Gere (An Officer and a Gentlemen) light up the screen of this lovable rom-com. Edward is a rich, ruthless businessman who specialises in taking over companies and then selling them off piece by piece. He travels to Los Angeles for a business trip and decides to hire a prostitute. They take a liking to each other and he offers her money if she’ll stay with him for an entire week while he makes the “rich and famous” scene (since it doesn’t do for a man of his stature to be alone at society parties and polo matches). Romantic comedy (and complications) ensue.Get your tickets for this special screening now online at: https://liffordcp.admit-one.eu/?p=details&eventCode=16561Pour @ the PicturesWine can be enjoyed by cinema-goers at selected movie screenings at Eclipse, available from the new Extras food and drink counter. For more info see: http://www.eclipsecinemas.net/article.php?sec=Home&_aid=12883For full cinema listings and more at Eclipse Cinemas Lifford/Strabane, check out http://www.eclipsecinemas.net/index.php?__site=LIFFORDCPCompetition T&Cs apply.COMPETITION: Win four tickets (plus wine) to see Pretty Woman at Eclipse Cinemas! was last modified: January 11th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare 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:competitioneclipse cinema lifford strabanepretty woman
First-time young professionals and recent college students are getting increasingly more demanding about their workplace flexibility when it comes to their choice of computing devices, work hours, and access to social media networks during the workday. These results are part of the 2011 Cisco Connected World Technology Report, the second of three parts which was released today. Cisco and InsightExpress surveyed 200 college students and young professionals in 14 countries.A third of the college students and others under 30 said that they would prioritize social media freedom, device flexibility, and work mobility over salary in accepting a job offer. Of course, this could be idealism speaking and we’ll see what they say when many will have trouble finding any job in this down economy. A sizable minority (40%) said they would take a lower-paying job that offered more in the way of device flexibility and social media access during work hours. And 56% said that if their job blocked access to social sites, they would not accept the offer or else join the company and look for ways to circumvent this policy. Food for thought for IT managers, certainly. Nearly two-thirds of job seekers plan on asking about social media usage policies during their interviews. So what are the rest going to do, fake their way through it?Sheila Jordan, VP Communication and Collaboration IT, Cisco says, “These findings among college students and young employees indicate the freedom to access social media and use devices is increasingly important to the next generation of the world’s workforce – in some cases, more important than salary.” Almost a third of all surveyed across the globe said the absence of remote access would influence their job decisions, such as leaving companies sooner rather than later, slacking off, or declining job offers outright. Matching this attitude, almost a third feel that it is their right to work remotely and to make this decision after they are employed. Not surprisingly, 70% feel that they don’t need to be in their office regularly, and could get more done remotely. This is more than double the figures from last year. Gen Y is clearly attached to their electronics. Nearly half said they would rather lose their wallet or purse than their smartphone or mobile device. Most also expect that any company-issued smartphone should be allowed for personal uses too. And 81% of the respondents want to choose their own devices, even for corporate tasks. From these results, the traditional methods of attracting new talent to the workforce may no longer apply. Tags:#Analysis#enterprise#news Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… Related Posts 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now david strom IT + Project Management: A Love Affair Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo…
Delhi Police on Monday unveiled its massive security plan for Commonwealth Games 2010, which includes deployment of heli-borne snipers and a four-layered protective cordon around the venues and Games Village.Announcing the security strategy, city Police Commissioner Y.S. Dadwal told reporters, “we are not only looking into the security aspects of the Games, each and every aspect of the city’s security will also be addressed.”We are working closely with several agencies connected with the Games. We assure you a safe and secure Commonwealth Games,” he said.According to the plan, the Games venues, Games Village, practice venues, parking lots and the Indira Gandhi International Airport will have a four-layered security cordon.Explaining aspects of the plan, Special Commissioner (Administration) Neeraj Kumar said the security at prominent Games-related venues will have “outer, middle, inner and exclusive” security zones.At the outer cordon, he said, the traffic will be stopped and access will be controlled. At the middle cordon, security personnel will channelise the spectators to their designated seats while in the inner cordon, the barcode reading of tickets will take place and the spectators’ photos captured.”There will be surveillance from the skies with the help of the Air Force. There will also be the deployment of heli-borne assault teams to thwart any attempts by terrorists,” Kumar said.
A checklist on what to eat and what to shop for.Restaurant Dining with the starsThis winter, Puneites can enjoy cool winter evenings at Alfresco, the openair restaurant that has recently opened at the Courtyard Marriott. A perfect place to enjoy a quiet winter evening, their decor, which consist of a,A checklist on what to eat and what to shop for.RestaurantDining with the starsThis winter, Puneites can enjoy cool winter evenings at Alfresco, the openair restaurant that has recently opened at the Courtyard Marriott. A perfect place to enjoy a quiet winter evening, their decor, which consist of a small water stream with tiny fountains in the middle of the restaurant, candle-lit tables and bright cushions can be the ideal set up to unwind.The music is classic with Beatles and Pink Floyd playing in the background. Their menu is basic with a few starters and main course dishes comprising barbeques, kebabs, sizzlers and tandoori items while dessert is brought in from Marriott’s MoMo Cafe. Take your pick from tiramisu, chocolate cake, blueberry cheesecake and lemon pie among other sweet picks on offer. Meal for two: Rs 1,500 plus taxes. At: Courtyard by Marriott, P4 Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park, Phase 1, Hinjewadi.Tel: 42122222.-Aditi PaiStoreWorld of decorSet within one of the quieter Koregaon Park lanes, this 2,900 square foot enterprise could be your solution to all premium lifestyle needs. A self-proclaimed global art and decor gallery, Bougain Villa stocks a diverse collection of classy handcrafted artefacts, furniture, floor and wall lamps, linen, tableware and home accessories sourced from around the world. The store also makes bespoke pieces depending upon your requirements and offers interior decoration tips as well. Price: Small artefacts starting at Rs 100; and furniture pieces at Rs 15,000. At: 351, Precious Gems, Lane no 6, Koregaon Park. Tel: 26150036.-Aditi PaiStuffSun shade Make a statement with these glam bumble-bee sunglasses by Esbeda. Stick to the classic black or go all out with the red for a funky look. Price: Rs 480. At: Esbeda, Shop no 304-305, MG Road, Camp. Tel: 26137288.Cheesy delightsAdd some spunk to your wineand-cheese soirees with the festive English stilton cheese which comes in a range of fruity flavours. Price: On request. At: Godrej Natures Basket, Dhole Patil Road. Tel: 26160540.Sport itJazz up your outfit with Crimson Affair’s dazzling collection of footwear that ranges from ruby reds to crimsons and from maroons to pinks. Price: 1,000 onward.At: Metro Shoes, Sagar Arcade, 616 Ferguson College Road, Deccan Gymkhana. Tel: 65000885.advertisement
India crashed out of the Asia Mixed Team badminton Championships after losing 2-3 to Chinese Taipei, despite some brilliant performances by rising star Ashmita Chaliha and men’s doubles pair of Arun George and Sanyam Shukla in Hong Kong on Thursday.Ashmita and George-Shukla emerged victorious in the first two matches to give India a 2-0 lead in the five-match tie but defeats in the next three matches meant India failed to progress from Group B.India had suffered a defeat to Singapore by an identical scoreline in their opening Group B match.With this win, a resilient Taipei booked their quarter-final berth.George and Shukla showed nerves of steel to hold off the World No. 14 pair of Liao Min Chun and Ching Heng for a 21-17, 17-21, 21-14 win.Assam’s 19-year-old Chaliha then played beyond her age to get a marathon 21-18, 17-21, 21-19 win in exactly an hour.With India leading 2-0, World No. 32 Wang Tzu Wei and three-time Indian national champion Sourabh Verma were locked in a gritty contest before the Chinese Taipei shuttler pulled off a 21-7, 16-21, 23-21 victory.It motivated the women’s doubles and mixed doubles teams of the Taipei squad who did not even drop a game to complete the win.While the women’s doubles pair of Chang Ching Hui and Yang Ching Tun beat Arathi Sara Sunil and Rutaparna Panda 21-19, 21-17, the mixed doubles combine of Hsieh Pei Shan and Tseng Min Hao easily dismissed Shikha Gautam and Shlok Ramchandran 21-15, 21-14.advertisementIndia thus failed to emulate their performance from the last edition in which they had made it to the quarter-finals.Also Read | Yet to recover from gastroenteritis problem, Saina Nehwal pulls out of India OpenAlso See: