…will not reveal names of campaign donors or amounts President David Granger has rejected wholesale corruption claims against his Administration in light of accusations currently hurled at Minister of State Joseph Harmon and he has demanded that non-governmental organisations address their concerns internally before releasing unverified information to the public, which can leave damaging effects on innocent individuals.Minister of State Joseph HarmonTIGI President, Reverend Compton MeerabuxNatural Resources Minister Raphael TrotmanTransparency Institute of Guyana Inc (TIGI) had explicitly accused the A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) coalition Administration of being corrupt, basing its assertion on the circumstances in which Minister Harmon issued what he described as an “honorary” appointment of businessman Brian Tiwari as his “business advisor” and also in staying a GRA order to seize two vehicles from Bai Shan Lin.In breaking his silence on the issue, President Granger expressed his dissatisfaction with the way TIGI haphazardly accused his Administration of being “corrupt”, without being apprised of all the facts and without even making attempts to seek an explanation.“When they make statements that the Government is corrupt, what does that mean? Does it mean that I am corrupt… does it mean that the Prime Minister is corrupt? It is an outrageous statement and I would ask TIGI to verify its information before going to the media. It is difficult for me to accept a blanket of criticism of the entire Administration because of one incident,” he responded as he fielded questions from Guyana Times during the recent broadcast of ‘The Public Interest’.Minister Harmon is currently subject to public opprobrium after the Business Advisor appointment document was leaked and published by the Kaieteur News which kept up a daily crescendo of criticisms on Tiwari and Harmon. The criticisms were addressed by several individuals questioning whether Tiwari was being attacked because he was a successful businessman.Harmon was also cited for instructions to the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) halting the seizure of vehicles from Chinese logging company BaiShanLin – a firm also not favoured by the Kaieteur News. The vehicles were later ostentatiously seized.Kaieteur News Owner Glenn Lall had conspired in 2015 to defraud the state over 100M dollars in taxes but was offered a settlement as opposed to full prosecution by the laws.But during the recent telecast, President Granger emphasised that TIGI should have addressed their concerns with the Government before making wild accusations.“As a responsible non-governmental organisation, I would ask Transparency Institute to have a meeting with Mr Harmon and ask those questions before going to the press… If they have questions, put those questions to Mr Harmon and if those questions are not answered satisfactorily, then you can make a release to the press,” he stated.He explained that it be rather counterproductive to have a meaningful discussion on the issue by shouting back and forth at each other via the media. Furthermore, Granger revealed that both of the concerns have already been dealt with.“When the matter of Mr Tiwari came to my attention, I rescinded the appointment and I said that the Minister of Business is competent to provide advice to me on matters of business and that was the end of that matter as far as I am concerned,” the President reminded.It was noted earlier in the week that no one could seriously belief that an appointment made by Dr. Luncheon as Cabinet Secretary would be rescinded by Presidents of that era. Also, a directive from the Cabinet Secretary to desist from a particular action by a Government Agency is not unusual and falls within the duties of the Cabinet Secretary/Minister of State.In fact a commentator had stated that “the significant supervisory role of the Cabinet Secretary over the actions of Ministries, Government Agencies and State Controlled Corporations helps to ensure proper coordination and prevent pernicious acts to the functioning of the State, the image of Guyana and relationships with donor countries, particularly countries such as USA and China. Differences, if and when they occur should be resolved within the apparatus of the executive branch of government”.In relation to the issue of BaiShanLin, Granger said Finance Minister Winston Jordan is dealing with the situation.“As far as BaiShanLin is concerned, Mr Harmon said he was going to issue a statement. I’ve also had discussions with the Minister of Finance who is responsible for GRA and I believe corrective actions are being taken,” he stated.Judgment errorsMoreover, Granger explained that errors of judgment are bound to take place, but what makes the difference in good governance is how the issue is subsequently addressed.“From time to time, errors of judgment will be made, I am not saying there was an error of judgment here but when complaints are made, they are investigated… and I am not saying that there was no error but explanations can be given and Mr Harmon had explanations,” he stated.Release donor namesMeanwhile, TIGI had called on Government to reveal the identities of all its donors, pre- and post-elections 2015, and the amount and or value of their contributions.This demand follows statements made by senior Government officials with the first being Natural Resources Minister Raphael Trotman which suggested that individuals who contributed to the coalition are now being rewarded and there was nothing odd or wrong about that.Prompted for a respond in this regard, President Granger made it clear that he will not be releasing the names of his party’s donors since it is not a requirement of the law.He added that the donors, for fear of victimisation, had also requested their identities not be disclosed.“It is not dirty money but I know very well that some people can be very vindictive… certain people in political parties could be very vindictive and once they discover that corporations give money to parties, they can bring economic sanctions against those companies… and it has been requested by some people, although we are sure the money is clean, that their identities not be disclosed, simply because their businesses will be sanctioned or blackmailed or boycotted by other political parties,” he explained.On that note, Granger reaffirmed Government’s commitment to introduce modern campaign financing laws in time for the next General and Regional Elections in 2020.Appropriate campaign financing legislation will proscribe the acquisition of money from illegitimate sources, the spending of “dirty money” for campaign purposes, and will limit the amount of contribution that can be accumulated by parties contesting an election.
While delivering the charge to the newly installed General Nursing Council of Guyana (GNCG), Public Health Minister Volda Lawrence urged the Councillors to enhance the education of nurses while being innovative to advance and improve the standards of the nursing profession.Public Health Minister Volda Lawrence and Dr Karen Cummings with members of the newly-installed General Nursing Council of Guyana“I want you to breathe new life into the Council and don’t take what is there and believe that is the way we have to continue to operate. Make suggestions. Perhaps we need to make some changes to the laws and regulations so that we can be able to move to that level that we all wants to move towards,” Lawrence said.The Minister said the Ministry’s primary objective is to advance nursing education in Guyana and to ensure that a corps of quality and competent nurses is produced. She added that it is also the right of healthcare workers to enjoy the highest quality of care and be comfortable in their working environment. Lawrence further stated that the Council and the Ministry need to work in unison to ensure they achieve the objective of improving the profession.She said the theme for International Nurses’ Day, “A voice to lead, health is a human right” presents the opportunity for the Council to push for the nurses to ensure better healthcare delivery. She advised the Council to not only sit and have meetings, but rather they should go into the working environment to see the conditions nurses are working in and what prohibits them from doing their job effectively and efficiently.“As members of the Council you have to work assiduously to empower our nurses. You have the authority and voice under the law to make sure their needs are met. The nurses come first and must be comfortable, they too are entitled to good health and wellbeing before they can demonstrate care and comfort to our citizens. I am urging you Councillors to listen to their issues and respond with care and compassion as you exercise the functions of your office,” Lawrence said.Lawrence also called on the Council to take the task of nurses’ registration much more seriously, highlighting that they should be satisfied before any candidate is registered.“Don’t register any and every person. You analyse and be very careful that those people meet the criteria because if we put garbage in, we will get garbage out, so let us ensure whatever we put our pen to those persons are sound, that they are qualified and that they meet all requirements in order to be registered,” she said.Additionally, the Minister also urged the newly installed Council to ensure the Hinterland and remote areas are included in the decision-making process.Meanwhile, GNCG’s Registrar Donette Kellman said to date, some 2669 persons would have renewed their licence to practice in Guyana.Meanwhile, Chief Nursing Officer and Chairperson of the newly installed Council, Nurse Linda Johnson, pledged their support towards enhancing the nursing profession. She noted that they plan to remain visible in the execution of their mandate, while retuning Guyana to his former glory and the leader in the nursing profession.The Council came into being on March 26, 1954, with a view to have a body of members from the registered nurse category to look into practice of nursing in then British Guiana. The Council comprises of 15 members with six being nominated by the Public Health Minister and eight others appointed following an election process. The Chief Nursing Officer is appointed as the chairperson of the Council and the life of the Council spans three years.The Nursing Council is responsible for conducting examinations for registration of nurses, midwives and nursing assistants; establishing and improving education standards and practices; maintaining a professional register; conducting hearings to determine whether practitioners should be removed from the register because of misconduct or illness; and prosecuting those who falsely claim to be qualified nurses, midwives or nursing assistants.
The Opposition People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) dominated the Local Government Elections (LGE) nominations on the West Coast of Demerara (WCD).Not even an hour-long downpour dissuaded the PPP/C supporters from taking to the streets with banners, flags and their traditional party colour – red marching through the streets in their Local Authority Areas lobby for support for the upcoming Elections.Even though slow, the process went along smoothly and without any major hiccups. Lists were presented to the various Guyana Elections Commissions (GECOM) officials by 10:00h and were completely vetted and posted for the publicThe PPP/C candidatesby 14:00h.Tuschen/UitvlugtSecretary of the PPP/C Tuschen/Uitvlugt contesting group is confident that his party will prove victorious at the LGE on the entire West Coast come November 12.According to Beshpatty, “generally, we feel that having submitted the lists and with the support which we would’ve had today, we feel very optimistic that we would be winning in the constituencies by a landslide victory”.As such, the party is calling for it members to rally around them in order for victory to be attained.Guyana Times spoke with a number of the PPP/C candidates who were all ready for election day.Ranzan Alli, a Tuschen/Uitvlugt constituency seven candidate, said the West Meten-Meer-Zorg, West Coast Demerara (WCD) areas are calling for support in order for developments to be “finally” undertaken.ZeelugtAnother PPP/C candidate, Poornadai Sukhu said her constituency of Zeelugt, WCD, is one that is plagued with crime which is not being addressed; and as such, she needs to see change. This prompted her to take up the challenge and to support her party during this election.Dinesh Prashad called for the support of residents of constituency eight, urging them to take up the mantle and fight for the change that they want to see by voting.The PPP’s list of candidates to contest the LGE was posted by GECOM after it was examined, with 10 candidates vying on behalf of that Party for said Tuschen/Uitvlugt District.However, only one of three candidates representing constituencies six, seven and 10 spoke with Guyana Times and decried the harsh conditions in his area whichReturning Officers of GECOM examining the submitted PPP/C listprompted him to run on behalf of the A Partnership for National Unity (APNU).Lloyd Holder said “the youths them need someone to be their voice man, they going astray, it’s sad to see, so somebody need to fight for them, why not me?”The United Republican Party (URP) leader of the said district came out strong with some 20 candidates.“We are here representing the UPR which is a private party, right now we have 20 candidates and 30 signatures and we are here to help out the youths them in the communities,” the secretary explained.Stewartville/Cornelia IdaThe PPP/C also dominated nominations at the Stewartville/Cornelia Ida and the La Jalousie/Nouvelle Elanders Districts. GECOM has disclosed that seven political parties, 21 voluntary groups and 33 individuals are vying for victories in some or all of the LLAs. The Alliance For Change (AFC) and the A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) are contesting in all municipalities and NDCs, while the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) is contesting in eighty LAAs.Only the political parties, voluntary groups and individuals with approved symbols to contest Local Government Elections 2018 will be allowed to submit their lists of candidates, having used the prescribed GECOM forms. These lists will be examined by the Returning Officers to determine whether they were properly submitted in accordance with the relevant laws. If the list is considered defective, the representative/deputy representative will be notified by the Returning Officer.If the party, group or individual is not satisfied with the reasons provided by the Returning Officer, they can file an appeal against refusal of approval no later than the 45th day before Election Day to a Magistrate of the magisterial district. (Kizzy Colman)
The problem the Flyers have at the moment is that while the league games they play can prove to be challenging, you still get the sense when watching the Flyers play GP or Hythe that they aren’t anywhere near that ‘AAA’ level of competition. It’s almost like the Flyers are in second gear and need to play the Powell Rivers, Stony Plains or even Augustana Colleges of the world to start moving up through the gear box. We have talked about it several times, but when you are building towards an Allan Cup it must be hard to get excited about playing in league games, these guys are only human and this season is about that Allan Cup and nothing else. Now, you don’t want to develop bad habits and the coaching staff will be on the players to make sure they are buying into the system and all those other things that coaches focus on. Plus there is enough of a challenge from GP and Hythe to keep the Flyers sharp so the league games shouldn’t be dismissed. But bottom line this season is about one thing and the NPHL isn’t overly important. So, while it seems as though the Flyers season, in an Allan Cup hosting year, has gotten off to a slow start, I think that is probably by design. In fact Jon and I have been kind of giving the Flyers the benefit of the doubt knowing that this season is a long one and they are building towards something. But once the calendar changes to 2010 the Flyers have to start getting better. If the foundation has now been laid it is time for the walls to start going up. I feel like every time I write one of these blogs I am apologizing for not having written more of them. Again I am sorry. Jon and I both feel that quality is more important than quantity, although sometimes I fear I bring neither. But today I was thinking about the season so far for the Flyers, and a thought struck me; it hasn’t really started yet. The Fort St John Senior Flyers wrap up the pre-Christmas portion of their schedule tomorrow night at the NPA. Now maybe it is just me, but it seems like this team is almost waiting for the turn of the year before they start cranking it up on the road to the Allan Cup. I get this feeling for a couple of reasons not least of which is the fact that most of the games I have seen the Flyers play so far have lacked what Jon and I call ‘AAA’ intensity. They did play those two games early on against Lloydminster and Stony Plain but those games seemed to me to be more about condition and remember where that ‘AAA’ bar is set, rather than getting ready for the Allan Cup. Also, other than those two exhibitions we haven’t seen much of Carter, Manitowich and Brough. MF- Advertisement – So what is important? Preparing for the Allan Cup and that is where exhibition series’ come in so handy and why the New Year has to be the launching point of the Flyers Allan Cup preparation. It will be early 2010 when the Flyers will have to start to finding their ‘AAA’ game. They have several exhibition series planned or in the planning stages and it would be during those series that we would be most likely to see the out of towners like Brough and Carts. In fact they could be in town as early as January 2nd 2010 as the Flyers host Augustana College at the NPA. Plus there should be more exhibition games against AAA level opponents as the Allan Cup gets closer. There could even be an announcement, sometime in January, about the Savage Cup. If the Flyers are allowed to compete for the Savage Cup against Whitehorse and Powell River then that will be another important step on the road to April. Not to mention a chance to defend their crown.
Listen to the highlights of today’s show, when the big man was joined in the studio by co-host, Brian Moore.
TIME CHANGE: The U16 County Ladies Trials are going ahead this Saturday and Sunday at the Finn Valley Centre in Stranorlar but at a different time that was previously stated.Coach Terry McCole will split the trials over two days and the trials will last from 12-2pm on both Saturday and Sunday.Registration is at 11.30am sharp on both days. Coaches of the clubs are asked to contact their players to inform them of the time change.The details are below:The players selected from the following northern area clubs please attend the first county trial in the Finn Valley centre Saturday the 17th of January at 12- 2pm registration is at 11.30am sharp:Malin CarndonaghMilfordMcCumhaillsSt Eunan’sBuncrana MovilleTermonRobert Emmett’sDownings GlenswillyUrrisRed HughsConvoyFanad GaelsThe players from the following clubs please attend their first trial in the Finn Valley centre on Sunday the 18th of January from 12-2pm with registration taking place at 11.30 am sharp. DungloeGlentiesFour MastersGweedoreNaomh MhuireNaomh ColumbaSt Naul’sArdaraCloughneelyGlenfinSt Micheal’s*IMPORTANT NOTICE* TIME CHANGE FOR U16 COUNTY LADIES TRIALS THIS WEEKEND was last modified: January 16th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:county trialsdonegalGAALadiesnewsSportU16’s
SPORT: The Republic of Ireland Billiards and Snooker Association are holding a qualifying tournament to select TWO ladies to represent Ireland at the upcoming European Amateur Snooker Championships in Lithuania in June. In an effort to promote ladies cue sports the association is offering free flights, accommodation and expenses to the qualifiers. As very few ladies in Ireland play competitive snooker there will be coaching available for all ladies interested prior to the qualifying competition on 8th May at various locations throughout the country as listed below:Dublin : Coaching by Michael Judge former professional snooker player and Robert Murphy current European championCork : Greg Casey has represented Ireland on numerous occasions at European and world competitionCarlow : PJ Nolan Current Irish National Coach and World Snooker CoachMayo/Galway : Jason Devenney has represented Ireland on numerous occasions at European and world CompetitionsNenagh: – Brendan O Donoghue current Irish National ChampionDonegal : Anthony Bonnar former European ChampionThroughout Ireland (other areas) will be made available if requiredFor anyone interested the contact details are on the attached poster.This qualifying competition will also be used to qualify the best Under 21 girls for the world Under 21 championships in Belgium and also to qualify an Irish ladies team for the Home International Team competition held in Leeds in August between Ireland, England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Further information can be found on the RIBSA website www.ribsa.ie or by contacting Jim Leacy (Chairman) – firstname.lastname@example.orgPJ Nolan (National Coach) – email@example.comAnthony Bonnar (Treasurer) – firstname.lastname@example.org LADIES POOL/SNOOKER PLAYERS WANTED TO REPRESENT IRELAND AT EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS was last modified: April 22nd, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:LadiesLithuaniapoolRIBSASnooker
One of Europe’s highest-rated forwards Robert Lewandowski made his long-awaited World Cup debut as his native Poland took on Senegal at the Spartak Stadium in Moscow.However, it was a game to forget from a Polish perspective as they were beaten 2-1 by Aliou Cisse’s men. I take it back Robert Lewandowski can stay at Bayern. 🤷🏾♂️🙅🏾♂️— Força Portugal! 💪 (@JeanMarc_Nikosi) June 19, 2018It would be unfair to blame Lewandowski for Poland’s defeat as the whole team were not up to scratch.However, this display could make the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, or even Real Madrid think twice about signing him. Poland were not at the races in their Group H opener moving on RANKED Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ targets Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father 1 Robert Lewandowski..Deceivingly weak and slow, holds it up about as well as Paul Merson holds on to a sentence. Has brainwashed mainland Europe in to thinking he’s a world class striker, never scored from outside 12 yards and was outdone by a volcano in 2010. Premium timewaster— Dawkins (@Si_23Q) June 19, 2018 LIVING THE DREAM Poland are seriously overrated just like their striker Lewandowski, their best CB didn’t even play and all of their midfielders and defenders have declined/are overrated as well— _____ (@RetroSwoop) June 19, 2018 targets Latest transfer news on talkSPORT.com Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti IN DEMAND Although Group H is arguably the most open group in the whole tournament, many would have fancied Poland to win given they have Lewandowski at their disposal.And given he has been linked with moves summer moves to Chelsea and Manchester United this was the prime opportunity for him to prove his credentials at the highest stage.But Lewandowski really struggled to make an impact, with Napoli centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly, who has also been linked with a move to the Premier League, did an excellent job at marking him out of the game.The only thing Lewandowski did of any note was when he forced a decent save from Khadim N’Diaye in the second-half with a free-kick.And a few fans took to Twitter to question whether the striker was really good as first thought… LATEST REVEALED
Emma and Hannah will be singing for Jimmy in Cayman Islands (swap you for two Croker tickets? Must be for a fortnight)WE asked for them – and we got them!Pictures from China and the beautiful Cayman Islands featuring Donegal fans getting ready for the Countdown to Croke Park this Sunday.So we start off with Emma O’Carroll, originally from Letterkenny, now resident on the sunshine-struck Cayman Islands (lucky girl). She’s pictured with her daughter Hannah.Said Emma: “There’s only a small number of Donegal people here to support us, but will be watching it at 9.30am on Sunday morning in the Triple Crown Pub!”You can send your pictures to email@example.com. Mark your email “Croker Pictures”.Janet Boyle, Dungloe, unfurls the Donegal flag at the Great Wall of China. Endoscopy staff in Letterkenny General Today Supporting the Donegal team. (Who got the Sunday shfit guys?)Dr Charlie Mc Manus and some of the staff from the Endoscopy Unit Letterkenny – hope that TV is working folks! Paul Doherty supporting Donegal from ‘Machu Picchu’, Peru in South America (Normally you’ll find him in Chicago – and he didn’t tell us who SHE is?Snow Joke! Packie Boner in Fintown has the tree up early this year! Best of luck Jim and all the lads from the Public Services Centre in Dungloe! (So that’s why I couldn’t get through! ) DONEGAL’S YOUNGEST FAN! CHARLIE CANNON- ANNAGRY- 2 WEEKS OLD – AND ALL SET FOR SUNDAY LONDON BOYS! L-R Joe McGrath, Joe Higgins & David Boyle supporting the Donegal Team from London. Have a ball on Sunday lads! FROM CHINA TO THE CAYMAN ISLANDS AND PERU – YOUR CROKER COUNTDOWN PICTURES OF THE DAY was last modified: September 21st, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:FROM CHINA TO THE CAYMAN ISLANDS AND PERU – YOUR CROKER COUNTDOWN PICTURES OF THE DAY
OIFIGEACH BOLSCAIREACHTA CLUICHÍ / GAMES PROMOTION OFFICER – FINN VALLEY AREACLG Dhún na nGall is seeking to recruit a full time coach (one year contract, with possible extension) to work within the Primary, Secondary School sector and within Clubs to deliver coaching and games development. The coach will be responsible for delivering the physical literacy and GAA specific skills to a variety of age groups. The coach will be required to work closely with the Ulster Council GAA and Donegal County Committees and will focus on existing schools network, as well as clubs in their respective regions.He / She will be expected to work during school time and in addition some unsocial hours are required to develop after school opportunities through school/ club links in clubs. Tá bun riachtanais na bpostanna luaite thíos. Caithfidh iarrthóirí a chruthú go bhfuil na riachtanais seo bainte amach acu ina n-iarratas. / Some of the key requirements for the posts are detailed below. Applicants should note that they will be required to demonstrate that they meet all of these requirements at the time of submitting their application. These include:RIACHTANAIS / ESSENTIAL CRITERIA1. Hold a GAA Award 1 in either Football or Hurling (at time of interview).2. Have at least one year full-time experience (or part-time equivalent) of coaching children in a school, club, summer scheme or teaching practice environment within the last three years.Please forward CV to : Rúnaí CLG Dhún na nGall, Aodh Máirtín Ó Fearraigh, Seascanbeag, Doirí Beaga, Tír Chonaill. Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgNí ghlacfar le harratais i ndiaidh a 5.00in ar an Aoine an 19ú Deireadh Fómhair . Closing date for submission of applications is Friday 19th October at 5.00pm.In addition all positions involving working in educational establishments are subject to the provisions of the Roinn Oideachais agus Scileanna. As such applicants are asked to comply to undertake a GARDA check if short listed.Is fostóir comhionannais CLG Dhún na nGall. JOBS: GAA GAMES PROMOTIONS OFFICER – FINN VALLEY AREA was last modified: October 10th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:JOBS: GAA GAMES PROMOTIONS OFFICER – FINN VALLEY AREA