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Advertisement Limerick schools asked to show Racism the Red Card RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Print Linkedin TAGSschools Email Twitter NewsEducationSchool bus service axed without warningBy Editor – September 8, 2016 835 Schools and colleges to close on Thursday and Friday Bishop says Limerick is not living up to its obligations to migrants Limerick school surprised with wild card for Junk Kouture finals Previous articleLocal businesses urged to support bereavement serviceNext articleFormer Limerick senator told to leave court with his sliotar Editor WhatsApp Bord na Móna encourages more schools to join Eco Rangers programme 142 Limerick schools benefit from minor works scheme A bus service used by a thousand Limerick students has been withdrawn without any prior warning.The Shannon Banks to Westbury service, which has been in operation for almost 40 years, was cancelled by Bus Éireann last week.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up On Monday morning last (August 29) school-bound passengers were informed by their driver that the service would be discontinued at the end of the week.Responding to requests from irate parents Fianna Fáil Councillor, Cathal Crowe, contacted the transport company but without success.“I did what I could and had many phone conversations with Bus Éireann’s Regional Management team throughout the week.”“They promised me that I would be provided with a letter explaining their decision on Tuesday but it wasn’t until Friday afternoon that I received an email from. By then it was too late to respond as the bus had already completed its last journey.”The email received by Cllr Crowe stated that to compensate for the cancelled service, improvements had been made to the 301 bus service which serves Raheen and the city centre.“A service will leave Westbury at 07.50hrs so passengers will have a scheduled service close to the existing 07.55 hrs time,” the email read.“Students traveling on this service to the Crescent Comprehensive School can alight at the Crescent Shopping Centre Stop which is a short walk from the school. Those attending schools off O’Connell Avenue can disembark at Mallow Street or alternatively board the 304 service that operates every 15 minutes from the City Centre to Raheen via O’Connell Avenue,” the email continued.In response Cllr Crowe alluded to a rumour circulating among “angry” parents that the service had been axed as it was not licensed by the Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII).The Fianna Fáil councillor urged Bus Éireann to clarify this “as soon as possible” so that the service could be reinstated.
APG Asset Management, PIMCO, Aberdeen Asset Management, State Street Global Advisors, Barclays Wealth and Investment Management, Principles for Responsible Investment, Carnstone Partners, Aviva Investors, Sarasin & PartnersAPG Asset Management – Ronald Wuijster, chief client officer, is to combine his current role with that of CIO at APG AM. Wuijster takes over from Paul Spijkers, who will become president of APG US. Both will continue to report to Eduard van Gelderen, chief executive at APG Asset Management NV.PIMCO – Kristina Najjar-Wahlgren has been appointed as a senior vice-president, focusing on business development in the Nordic region. Her previous industry experience includes almost 10 years as head of business development for the Nordic region at Aberdeen Asset Management. She started her career at Capital Trust Group, a private equity, real estate and corporate finance advisory firm.State Street Global Advisors – Malcom Smith has been appointed to the newly created role of global SPDR COO. Based in London, he will be responsible for leading all aspects of the operating infrastructure for the global SPDR ETF business. Prior to joining State Street Global Advisors, Smith was interim global COO in the Global Investments and Solutions division at Barclays Wealth and Investment Management. Principles for Responsible Investment – PRI has created the position of COO, appointing Peter de Graaf to the role. A Dutch national, de Graaf joins from London-based management consultancy Carnstone Partners LLP, where he spent the last seven years as a senior partner. De Graaf will be based in London and report directly to Fiona Reynolds, PRI’s managing director. He starts on 1 December.Aviva Investors – Max Burns has been appointed as a senior research analyst for industrials. He joins from Sarasin & Partners, where he held the position of global thematic analyst, with responsibility for global industrials, global autos and global energy.Generali Investments – Gabriele Alberici has been appointed to the sales team. He joins from UBS Wealth Management, where he spent 13 years, first as a senior portfolio manager and then as head of the product specialists team in charge of managing Italian ultra high net worth client portfolios.
30 Jul 2016 International field to contest Reid Trophy The Reid Trophy returns ‘home’ next week when an international field of U14 boy players head to Porters Park Golf Club in Hertfordshire.The Reid Trophy – or the English U14 boys’ open championship – is one of the most prestigious titles in the junior game and the golf will be of the highest standard. The 54-hole event will be played from Tuesday to Thursday, August 2-4.The English challengers include Dominic Clemons, 14, and Conor Gough, 13, who have already made an impact in the U16 McGregor Trophy this season.Clemons (Gog Magog) scored 68 in the last round and finished on three-over, sharing fifth place, while Gough (Stoke Park) tied ninth.The Reid Trophy is the legacy of Malcolm Reid, a great supporter of junior golf and a long-time member of Porters Park Golf Club in Hertfordshire.He always believed there should be a national competition for under 14s and in 1995, two years before his death, he launched the Reid Trophy at his club.Over the years the championship has grown to become a thoroughly international event, attracting the best boy players from across England, Europe and beyond.Past winners include England’s Eddie Pepperell, now a successful European Tour player and Scotland’s Bradley Neil who went on to become the Amateur Champion and a Walker Cup player before turning professional. England international Bradley Moore (Kedleston Park) won the trophy in 2011.The Reid Trophy was hosted at Porters Park for its first five years before moving to other courses around the country, but regularly returning ‘home’.Image copyright Leaderboard Photography