Limerick punter wins big from 20 cent wager

first_img TAGSLimerick City and CountyNews Email NewsCommunityLimerick punter wins big from 20 cent wagerBy Staff Reporter – August 21, 2019 1649 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement WhatsApp Limerick on Covid watch list Facebook Is Aer Lingus taking flight from Shannon? Printcenter_img A normal Tuesday evening turned out to be one to remember for a County Limerick punter after their €0.20 EuroMillions wager landed. The tiny bet defied huge odds of 33,000/1 to return a handsome four-figure amount to the customer.The anonymous Limerick native called into their local BoyleSports shop in the county on Tuesday afternoon and placed some of their loose change on four numbers to be drawn from the EuroMillions Plus draw that evening.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The numbers selected were 5, 12, 15 and 18. In a matter of minutes, all four numbers rolled out of the machine meaning the ambitious bet had come in, resulting in the punter walking off with a stunning €6,600.20 from the €0.20 investment.Sarah Kinsella, spokesperson for BoyleSports said, “We must send huge congratulations down to our Limerick customer who only required a small €0.20 investment to take us for €6,600.20. Their ambition deserves all the rewards and we hope they have a good time spending the winnings.” Linkedin Previous articleImmigration rules are posing threat to Shannondoc serviceNext articleLimerick Junior Soccer fixtures Postponed in honour of Dave Weldrick Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Local backlash over Aer Lingus threat TechPost | Episode 9 | Pay with Google, WAZE – the new Google Maps? and Speak don’t Type! Twitter Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow last_img read more

Press release: Homes England agrees £3.4million funding for Havant Civic Campus site

first_imgHomes England has agreed a £3.4million funding deal with Havant Borough Council. The funding has been awarded through the Government’s £450 million Local Authority Accelerated Construction Programme and will enable development of new homes on the Council’s surface car parks at the Civic Campus.The Council plans to use the funding to accelerate the delivery of, 121 apartments prioritising the use of modern methods of construction. Ideally located in Havant Town Centre, the one hectare surface level public car park adjoins the council offices and is close to Havant railway station.Havant Council has aspirations to regenerate Havant Town Centre and the acceleration of new housing at the Civic Campus follows the development of Havant Plaza, which includes public sector facilities, leisure, homes for key workers and commercial office space.The existing parking would be relocated through the construction of multi-storey parking on neighbouring surface car parks.Stephen Kinsella, Executive Director for Land at Homes England, said:“The funding will enable Havant Borough Council to accelerate their regeneration plans and deliver much needed homes. The plans aim to prioritise the use of off-site manufacturing deliver high quality, precision engineered and highly energy efficient homes on this town centre site.”Councillor Tim Pike, Deputy Leader of Havant Borough Council and Cabinet Lead for Finance and Regeneration said:“We are delighted to receive this funding from Homes England that will kick start Havant Borough Council’s regeneration plans.”“The civic campus site has great potential. Its transformation will be a game-changer for our borough delivering new homes, construction jobs and economic growth. I believe it is the start of a regeneration programme that will deliver future prosperity right across our borough.”ENDSFor more information contact Kate Hall, Communications Officer at Homes England on 0115 852 6900 or email [email protected] £3.4million funding agreed with Homes England to accelerate the delivery of new homes in Havant The Civic Campus site will be developed to provide 121 new apartments Havant Borough Council to prioritise the use of modern methods of constructionlast_img read more

USDA raises bar for reporting inconclusive BSE tests

first_img The USDA came under criticism from the beef industry after it announced inconclusive BSE tests on two animals on successive days in late June. Confirmatory testing later ruled out the disease in both cases, but the public announcements shook the industry. The department expanded its BSE surveillance program in June by authorizing a number of state veterinary laboratories to conduct rapid tests on cattle brains. The protocol involves running one test and, if it is inconclusive, running the same test two more times, according to the USDA. Aug 9, 2004 (CIDRAP News) – The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) said last week it would no longer announce an inconclusive result in testing cattle for bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) after just one test, as it did twice in June. John Clifford, chief veterinarian with the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), said the department would wait until at least two rapid BSE tests have produced the same outcome before announcing an inconclusive result. Initially, the USDA policy was to declare a test inconclusive on the basis of the first test alone. Now, after evaluating the labs and the data from the first 2 months of testing, the department will wait until the second round of tests is done before declaring a result inconclusive, according to Clifford.center_img USDA figures show that 32,698 cattle had been tested in the program as of yesterday, with no BSE cases found. “If either of the tests in the second run is reactive, APHIS will announce this result as an inconclusive and will conduct confirmatory testing at National Veterinary Services Laboratories in Ames, Iowa,” Clifford said. The expanded surveillance program was triggered by the discovery of a single BSE case in Washington state last December. The USDA plans to test more than 200,000 cattle over 12 to 18 months in an effort to ascertain if more BSE cases exist in American herds.last_img read more

Lyons looking towards Royal Ascot

first_img Lyons said: “I’m leaning towards the Coventry Stakes with Cappella Sansevero. Third Dimension could go for the Britannia, while Fog Of War will probably go for a handicap. “Machete Mark will go for the Buckingham Palace or the Hunt Cup. If we come out with a winner at Royal Ascot we will be delighted as it is our Olympics. “The horses are fit and well and long may it continue.” Ger Lyons is putting together a strong squad for Royal Ascot next week. Press Associationcenter_img Lyons last tasted success at the meeting when Elletelle won the Queen Mary back in 2007. His unbeaten juvenile Cappella Sansevero will be heading up the team with some older handicappers offering strong support. last_img read more