Waterford edge ahead of Shamrock Rovers as Europa League fight hots up Independent.ie All eyes will be on the Brandywell today after Waterford kept up the pressure on Shamrock Rovers with a 1-0 home win over Sligo. https://www.independent.ie/sport/soccer/league-of-ireland/waterford-edge-ahead-of-shamrock-rovers-as-europa-league-fight-hots-up-37342481.html https://www.independent.ie/incoming/article36699314.ece/c0518/AUTOCROP/h342/54puri.jpg Email All eyes will be on the Brandywell today after Waterford kept up the pressure on Shamrock Rovers with a 1-0 home win over Sligo. Alan Reynolds' team are now one point ahead of the Tallaght outfit, with a game more played. The Hoops take on Derry City on Saturday evening, with Rovers and Waterford fighting it out for the Europa League place which would come with finishing third. It was Sander Puri's goal on 17 minutes that set Limerick on their way at the Waterford Regional Sports Centre last night. Noel Hunt put in a delightful … [Read more...] about Waterford edge ahead of Shamrock Rovers as Europa League fight hots up
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It might not catch on like lemon or blackcurrant, but an Italian ice cream expert has come up with a sorbet made from snail slime. Alessandro Racca, a master of sorbet and gelato making, concocted a strawberry sorbet which relies on snail secretions as one of its primary ingredients, along with sugar and a little water. He was impressed by the emulsifying and binding qualities of the slime and said the sorbet tasted surprisingly good. It is believed to be the first time that snail slime has been used to make a sorbet or gelato. There was a serious purpose to the experiment – the idea was to come up with a way to persuade children suffering from cancer to take snail slime supplements as part of their treatment. The snail goo can help with digestion for patients fighting tumours. Mr Racca, from Carpigiani Gelato University near Bologna, the world’s first “university” for the study and production of gelato, collaborated with Tania Bosio, who runs a snail … [Read more...] about Snail saliva sorbet anyone? Italian gelato maestro comes up with novel concoction with a serious purpose
Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out Home News Decision 2018 Podcasts Newsletter TV Radio Weather About LIFESTYLE TV11 TV8 TVone GNN i94-FM Isla63-AM Auto Beauty & Style Entertainment Food Health Home/Family Money Pets Tech Travel VideoBytes Press Releases Gutierrez comes up short Posted: Aug 26, 2018 7:39 AM +10:00 Saturday, August 25, 2018 5:39 PM EDTUpdated: Saturday, August 25, 2018 5:42 PM EDTBy Nick [email protected] It was a chance to "Make Guam, Guam Again", the campaign effort showcased by this team. The race however came to a rather heartfelt end for the team of former governor Carl Gutierrez and Fred Bordallo. The team joining their supporters at the Hagatna headquarters Saturday evening. Many of them coming out early and right after the polls closed. Rumbo Benavente, a GB Supporter, said, "I can't go to sleep. Things like this on the campaign is a very hard job but we have to continue on to fight for what we believe … [Read more...] about Gutierrez comes up short
Caroline qualified as a nurse originally in 1991, but explored different career paths before a friend working in hospice care told her three years ago of a night nurse job available through the Irish Cancer Society. "I first thought, 'not a hope, I couldn't go back into nursing again'," she admits. "But since I got the job, I haven't looked back. I can barely tell you how important, and how rewarding, this work is." In fact, speak to any of the night nurses who work alongside the Irish Cancer Society, and they are unanimous on one thing. Despite working in various outposts of nursing and care, this work is among the most profound and enriching jobs they have ever had. That's not to say that the work is easy. Night nurses tend to work an 11pm-7am shift in the home of a patient requiring end-of-life care. Everyone in the country, irrespective of location or financial circumstance, is entitled to 10 nights of care via the Irish Cancer Society (the service is accessed through the patient's … [Read more...] about ‘Money, work, family, friends: the same things keep coming up’
Things you won't want to miss! 1 Circus. Classic rock ‘n’ roll becomes the soundtrack for a juggling extravaganza as part of Worthing Theatres’ Summer of Circus. 8 Songs, from Gandini Juggling, comes billed as a tribute to the mythical landscape of popular music. It plays Worthing’s Pavilion Theatre on Friday, June 22 at 8pm. From Dylan’s stream of consciousness to the Velvet Underground’s troubling landscapes, from David Bowie’s soulful escapades to the rocking Rolling Stones’ greatest anthem, each song has its own atmosphere and its own micro universe, promises company founder Sean Gandini. Creating a sense of ritual, celebration, and primal tribal energy, the piece builds crescendo-style from solos and duets to a full-cast finale.“This is a bit of a departure for us,” says Sean, “a divertimento. We specialise in juggling with a dance essence. It is very choreographed juggling, juggling as like a form of dance really, … [Read more...] about 10 things coming up in Worthing!