Mother of on the run prisoner believed to be in Donegal loses half surety Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Google+ Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Police say an on the run prisoner believed to be living in a border village in Donegal cannot be compelled to Court for his sentencing as he remains at large.At today’s sitting of Derry Magistrates Court, James Gerald Donegan’s mother, Theresa Donegan from Summerhill Park, Prehen has lost half the £500 surety she lodged with the court to allow her son to be granted three hours compassionate bail.Theresa Donegan withdrew £500 from her Credit Union Christmas savings account to enable her son James Gerald Donegan to be granted compassionate bail to visit his ill grandmother.However, during the compassionate bail her 30 year old son, from Ferndale Drive, absconded.Donegan, who has 83 previous convictions was in custody in Maghaberry Prison awaiting sentencing for stealing a woman’s handbag, assaulting the woman and attempting to hijack a car.PSNI believed Donegan is living in a border village in Co. Donegal but because he is still at large they do not believe he can be compelled to attend the city’s Crown Court for his sentencing.Mrs. Donegan’s solicitor Seamus Quigley told Judge Philip Babington that she has been in touch with her son since, pleading with him to return home and that considerable stress had been caused due to him absconding.Judge Babington said Donegan had duped not only his mother but also the court. He estreated half of Mrs. Donegan’s £500 surety. Homepage BannerNews By News Highland – November 15, 2018 Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Facebook Twitter WhatsApp WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter Pinterest Facebook Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Previous articleSeanad told Moville plan must be backed with community supportsNext articleCalls for review of distance calculators used by SUSI News Highland News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Community Enhancement Programme open for applications
Source: Lovingly ArtisanThe bakers behind Lovingly Artisan, Aidan Monks and Catherine Connor, have launched an online club to share tips for home baking during lockdown.Called The Baking Club, the Facebook group is designed to be a “happy place” where members can get practical help and advice through articles and interactive meetings, as well as share, encourage and support each other’s baking activities.Here, they will teach home bakers the science behind baking bread to give a thorough understanding of what is happening throughout the process. They’re also sharing insight on how to create the perfect starter, how to use it, as well as kneading, proving and shaping homemade dough, the importance of scoring, and how best to store your finished bread.Recipes covered so far include a white sourdough boule and pizza dough, while advice pieces cover using a Dutch oven, what to do when the dough gets sticky and retarding sourdough.The next Facebook live session is scheduled to take place on Thursday 30 April at 4pm.In 2019, Aidan Monks was named Baker of the Year at British Baker’s Baking Industry Awards. The bakery also took home the title of Bakery Innovation of the Year for its Kombucha Sourdough.
A low-pressure system in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean is showing signs of weakening, now with just a 20 percent chance of developing into a subtropical depression within the the next 24 hours, according to the National Hurricane Center.As of 3 p.m. Saturday, the system was moving slowly northward and was located about 400 miles east-southeast of Bermuda. It will likely encounter conditions that will make further development difficult, forecasters said.The next system that forms in the Atlantic would be named Tropical Storm or Hurricane Cristobal. The 2020 hurricane season officially begins June 1, although there have already been two named storms in the Atlantic, Arthur and Bertha. The weekend forecast for South Florida continues to call for partly sunny skies with a 20 to 30 percent chance of scattered showers through Sunday night.High temperatures in the mid- to high-80s are expected, with lows in the upper 70s, according to the weather service.However, the chance of showers and thunderstorms will increase to 50 percent as the week starts, the National Weather Service said.