Google+ 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic PSNI and Gardai urged to investigate Adams’ claims he sheltered on-the-run suspect in Donegal Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Pinterest By News Highland – December 18, 2012 Facebook Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th The President of the Chamber of Commerce in Derry is urging flag protestors not to jeapordise business in the city.Philip Gilliland says the chamber is careful to remain politically independent.However, he says it is estimated that the protests in Belfast will have cost retailers in that city £20m in lost trade, which will be a blow that many of them will not recover from. Traders in Derry, he says, simply could not sustain that sort of impact if shoppers felt uncomfortable with coming into town because of protests.Mr Gililand says it’s vital that shoppers support their local businesses, that protesters to do nothing to prevent that trade from taking place. Twitter WhatsApp Twitter Google+ Previous articleO’Domhnaill says septic tank grant scheme must be expandedNext articleDerry PSNI issue bogus callers warning News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp HSE warns of ‘widespread cancellations’ of appointments next week Derry Chamber President urges protestors not to jeapordise Christmas trade Facebook News Pinterest
iStock/Thinkstock(LOS ANGELES) — Several U.S. newspapers came under attack from apparent hackers on Saturday, preventing some from printing and distributing their daily editions.The Los Angeles Times, San Diego Union-Tribune, Chicago Tribune and Baltimore Sun were among the major newspapers that had printing issues on Saturday. The cyberattack appeared to target newspapers owned by the Tribune Publishing Company.“This issue has affected the timeliness and in some cases the completeness of our printed newspapers,” Tribune Publishing spokeswoman Marisa Kollias said in a statement. “Our websites and mobile applications however, have not been impacted.”Most tweeted online apologies to readers — as well as links to stories on their sites explaining the problem.The Department of Homeland Security told ABC News in a statement that it is investigating.“We are aware of reports of a potential cyber incident effecting several news outlets, and are working with our government and industry partners to better understand the situation,” Katie Waldman, DHS spokeswoman, said.The source of the attacks was a “foreign entity,” according to a report in The Los Angeles Times.It is not clear what the motive of the attacks was, but the Tribune Publishing Company said in a statement “the personal data of our subscribers, online users, and advertising clients has not been compromised.”The Trump administration released a new National Cyber Strategy in September aimed at deterring malicious online behavior, specifically from Russia and China.The paper accuses Russia, Iran and North Korea of conducting “reckless cyber attacks that harmed American and international businesses and our allies and partners without paying costs likely to deter future cyber aggression.” Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
New York-based jam outfit TAUK recently recorded a session for “The Jam Files,” a popular show on the SiriusXM Jam ON station. With that session airing all throughout the week, SiriusXM has shared a great video from their studios. In it, TAUK digs deep into their original tune “Time’s Up,” jamming on the Led Zeppelin classic “No Quarter” in the middle.Check out the exciting “Time’s Up > No Quarter > Time’s Up” in the video below.TAUK’s Jam Files episode will air throughout this week and weekend, so don’t miss the band’s full session and more! Check out the airing times below.TAUK on The Jam FilesWednesday 12/14 @ 11pm ETThursday 12/15 @ 8am ETFriday 12/16 @ 2pm ETSunday 12/18 @ 4pm ET
Paris St Germain’s Angel Di Maria was at his vintage best as he scored twice on his birthday in a 4-0 demolition of Barcelona in their Champions League last-16 first leg on Tuesday night.The Argentina winger, 29, scored in each half with PSG’s Germany midfielder Julian Draxler and Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani also finding the net as the French champions tore apart a disorganised Barca side who have it all to do in the return. PSG, eliminated by the Catalans in the Champions League quarterfinals in 2013 and 2015, were the more aggressive side at the Parc des Princes and have put themselves in a commanding position ahead of the March 8 second leg at the Camp Nou.Five-time European champions Barca have not exited in the last 16 since going out to Liverpool in the 2006/07 season.Elsewhere on the night, Benfica defeated Borussia Dortmund 1-0 to also gain advantage going into the second leg. Mitrologu poked in the goal for the Portuguese team while Pierre Aubameyang lost Dortmund’s penalty.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Yet as Lowry held his nerve magnificently amid challenging weather conditions to secure the Claret Jug with a closing 72, Holmes fell away in remarkable fashion, carding a 16-over 87.His horrendous round featured one triple-bogey at the 11th and doubles at the first, 12th, 17th and 18th, while a solitary birdie came at the seventh.According to respected golf statistician Justin Ray, Head of Content for the 15th Club, the score represents the worst in an Open final round since Lew Taylor also shot 87 in the 1966 Championship at Muirfield. Holmes, who also appeared to frustrate playing partner Brooks Koepka with the pace of his play, ended the tournament in a four-way tie for 67th at six over, with only three of the 73 players who made the cut below him. He finished two shots adrift of Ashton Turner, who had teed off on Sunday at the foot of the leaderboard but managed an impressive 68 to improve his position before heavy rain and gusting winds arrived to make life awkward for the closing groups.Had Holmes claimed third, the position he started the day in, he would have earned $718,000 – a prize that ultimately went to Tony Finau as Lowry picked up $1,935,000 for his victory and runner-up Tommy Fleetwood collected $1,120,000.Holmes’ eventual prize money, after a costly final round, was $25,088. Spare a thought for J.B. Holmes after the American ran up the worst final-round Open score in 53 years with an abysmal showing at Royal Portrush.Holmes began Sunday in third place on the leaderboard, trailing Shane Lowry by six shots at 10 under par.