Advertisement WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Linkedin TAGSCouncil houseslimericktenants Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Twitter Facebook Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Print Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival THE ISSUE of adult children who live with their parents in local authority housing not being able to take over the tenancy when parents die was raised at a meeting of the local authority’s housing committee this week.Cllr Cian Prendiville (AAA) said that he is currently dealing with such a case.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “He was not named as the tenant but lived in the house with his father, who died. Now the council are trying to evict him through the courts,” Cllr Prendiville explained.Cllr Richard O’Donoghue (FF) said there are too many impediments to people buying their council homes after living in them for years. Under the purchase scheme, tenants have to have an income in excess of €15,000“‘We’ve had people who are tired and they can’t buy their houses, even if they come into a few pounds.“If you’re someone who has special needs and your home has been specially adapted, you come up against the same problem,” he said. Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” NewsAdult children losing council homesBy Bernie English – October 29, 2016 967 WhatsApp Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Previous articleBrakes could be put on trainsNext articleNew Halloween Horror Events Unveiled At Bunratty Castle and Folk Park Bernie Englishhttp://www.limerickpost.ieBernie English has been working as a journalist in national and local media for more than thirty years. She worked as a staff journalist with the Irish Press and Evening Press before moving to Clare. She has worked as a freelance for all of the national newspaper titles and a staff journalist in Limerick, helping to launch the Limerick edition of The Evening Echo. Bernie was involved in the launch of The Clare People where she was responsible for business and industry news. Email
Understanding how complex food webs assemble through time is fundamental both for ecological theory and for the development of sustainable strategies of ecosystem conservation and restoration. The build-up of complexity in communities is theoretically difficult, because in random-pattern models complexity leads to instability(1). There is growing evidence, however, that nonrandom patterns in the strengths of the interactions between predators and prey strongly enhance system stability(2-4). Here we show how such patterns explain stability in naturally assembling communities. We present two series of below-ground food webs along natural productivity gradients in vegetation successions(5,6). The complexity of the food webs increased along the gradients. The stability of the food webs was captured by measuring the weight of feedback loops(7) of three interacting ‘species’ locked in omnivory. Low predator-prey biomass ratios in these omnivorous loops were shown to have a crucial role in preserving stability as productivity and complexity increased during succession. Our results show the build-up of food-web complexity in natural productivity gradients and pin down the feedback loops that govern the stability of whole webs. They show that it is the heaviest three-link feedback loop in a network of predator-prey effects that limits its stability. Because the weight of these feedback loops is kept relatively low by the biomass build-up in the successional process, complexity does not lead to instability.
Join us October 5-8 in Nelson County, VA for The 8th Annual Festy Experience– an ideal fall weekend celebrating amazing music, local craft food and beer, and the great outdoors. Whether you are camping for the entire weekend or simply coming for the day, there will be plenty of activities for the whole family– from face painting, rock climbing, and instrument making (for the kids) to craft beer and cider tastings (for the grown ups). All of this with an amazing live soundtrack by these artists: The daily schedule and single day ticket will be available on 8/29. You may purchase tickets here . Blue Ridge Outdoors Presents: The Blue Ridge Burn 5k/10k Trail RunOctober 7th Packet Pick Up: 8:00amRace: 9:30amAmong Festy’s many outdoor activities is the Blue Ridge Burn 5k/10k trail run. The course will begin inside The Festy grounds and will wind through picturesque rolling hills of Infinity Downs Farm. Registration is $25 and includes a race T-shirt! All proceeds will benefit the Souther Environmental Law Center. You may register here here. Please remember to fill out this form.
“We were sitting on half a barrel of alcohol and a lot of essential oils which we use to craft and blend our salves and creams,” said Mastey. To stand out from the competition, they created People Grow Together, selling CBD and hemp-based products. “If we can control the quality all the way from seed to bottle, we were able to control our own future,” said co-owner Daniel Mastey. While restructuring the business wasn’t always in the plan, Mastey and Morabito have some advice for other small businesses who may be struggling during this time. It came up with the idea to create hand sanitizer. “Adaptation definitely helps. Being flexible. We’re not stuck in a box,” said the co-owners. “Being small we were really able to communicate and interact with the people we were selling to and it gave us the input to see what we could do going forward,” said Mastey. Some are being forced to close their doors temporarily, while others are restructuring their businesses, like People Grow Together based in Windsor. (WBNG) — Due to the coronavirus pandemic, small businesses everywhere are taking a hit. “That also goes along with our mission, to provide a quality product that’s needed, that helps our customers, our communities, our families,” said co-owner Morabito. Daniel Mastey and Jennifer Morabito started a hemp farm in Broome County, jumping in on the booming industry in the Southern Tier. For more information on how to contact People Grow Together and its products, click here. Sanitizer has been flying off the shelves in recent weeks, a product that wouldn’t just help People Grow Together survive, but one that would help the community. People Grow Together plans to continue production of its hand sanitizer even when the pandemic ends. When the coronavirus made its way to our area, People Grow Together was able to change its business plans. It hopes to grow within the community, working with both cities and schools.
Clonmel Commercials ladies footballers are in action in the Munster Intermediate Final this afternoon.They take on Kinsale in MallowMens manager Charlie McGeever says it’s been a good season for all the GAA teams in Clonmel…