WhatsApp “Mayhem at the Milk Market” is for families… and it’s all for FREE. In addition to the special Sunday market with eats and treats, there will be two wizard shows, jugglers, a balloon contortionist, a unicyclist, a puppet show, some crazy characters and Leon Anderson, one of Ireland’s greatest magicians. The Flawless Dance Team (as seen on the Late Late Toy Show) will perform and showcase their superb talent and there will be all-day fun, games and music with a great DJ. There will also be competitions, including a kids colouring competition with the chance to win a family Holiday in Kerry. The entertainment is being co-ordinated by Fun Ireland, one of Ireland’s top event management companies.The shops and stalls will be offering all-day family ‘munch and lunch’ deal options to suit all tastes ranging from grill-bar beef lunches and savoury crêpes to Thai vegetarian dishes and delicious desserts. There will be extra seating so that families can enjoy their food and watch the fun unfold. The market will be open from 11am to 4pm, with entertainment from 11.30am to 3.30pm and with the greatest “mayhem” happening between 12.30 and 3.30pm. The website at www.MilkMarketLimerick.ie has all the details.David O’Brien adds “the Mayhem event also provides an opportunity for anyone considering a special event to see the venue in use in a different way. We are very excited about the potential of the market as a venue and believe it can become the epicentre of some great ‘happenings’ in Limerick City. During the next few weeks we will be publishing a guide to the Milk Market as a venue. In the meantime, if anyone is interested in organising or sponsoring an event at the market we would love to hear from them”. Twitter Linkedin Print Previous articleFord’s top crash test ratings across the worldNext articleMuiris Gavin takes over at Dermot G O’Donovan, Solicitors admin A new FREE event for familiesThe Milk Market Limerick is set to stage a series of fun and exciting events, beginning with “Mayhem at the Milk Market” — a brilliant free family day out on Sunday, March 20, from 11am to 4pm. According to David O’Brien, market manager, “We all know the Milk Market is rightly famous for its Saturday market.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up However, since the market’s redevelopment as an all-weather facility, it has been the ambition of the Limerick Market Trustees to stage both exciting multi-day markets and special events… sometimes combining both. The fun “Mayhem at the Milk Market” event on Sunday, March 20, will be a superb FREE event for families, and a perfect example of a great market and an exciting event coming together. It will be the first in a series of ‘Mayhem’ and other events we are working to create for the market and for the city”. NewsLocal NewsFun and ‘Mayhem at the Milk Market’By admin – March 7, 2011 610 Email Advertisement Facebook
The Antarctic region comprises the continent, the Maritime Antarctic, the sub-Antarctic islands, and the southern cold temperate islands. Continental Antarctica is devoid of insects, but elsewhere diversity varies from 2 to more than 200 species, of which flies and beetles constitute the majority. Much is known about the drivers of this diversity at local and regional scales; current climate and glacial history play important roles. Investigations of responses to low temperatures, dry conditions, and varying salinity have spanned the ecological to the genomic, revealing new insights into how insects respond to stressful conditions. Biological invasions are common across much of the region and are expected to increase as climates become warmer. The drivers of invasion are reasonably well understood, although less is known about the impacts of invasion. Antarctic entomology has advanced considerably over the past 50 years, but key areas, such as interspecific interactions, remain underexplored.
It was Einstein who said, “Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them,” which is certainly the case for the EMC InfoArchive product. Only two years ago, we formally launched the InfoArchive product and it’s been a rocket ship ever since, pushing the limits of what’s expected from an archiving solution, over and over again.The success of the product has been recognized through the latest Gartner Magic Quadrant for Structured Data Archiving and Application Retirement, where Gartner placed EMC in the Leader quadrant for the first time in its young history. Being recognized as a leader is a fantastic achievement, but we are only getting started with what we call Extreme Archiving, which is focused on the following scenarios:Pushing the boundaries on scale: Our customers face rapid growth of both structured and unstructured data at petabyte scale. InfoArchive offers a compelling return on investment for most enterprises, while addressing scale challenges.Handling many of the most challenging compliance requirements: Regulatory compliance requirements are increasing and undergoing rapid change with new legislation such as MiFID II, the right to be forgotten, and new privacy laws, just to name a few. Organizations need an archive that supports both the scale and complexity of compliance requirements, and InfoArchive is a market leader in this area.Making archives “smart” data stores: By using popular analytics tools for both secure Hadoop processing and real-time analytics at the point of ingestion, InfoArchive enables new use cases, such as real-time fraud detection over structured and unstructured data.Being positioned as a leader in the Magic Quadrant is great step forward and we’re pleased with this recognition. But it’s our long-term strategy to not only become the leader of the leaders, but to explore new business opportunities with and for our customers; opportunities that will come out of large-scale centralized archives with a wide variety of information types. The combination of mining structured data across applications, and new text analytics tools for unstructured data, can be a powerful tool to turn archives into a valuable source for next generation applications.Who knows what limits we will discover over the next couple of years? But one thing we do know is that with EMC InfoArchive, we will work to move beyond them.Gartner Magic Quadrant for Structured Data Archiving and Application Retirement, Garth Landers, Alan Dayley, JP Corriveau, 13 June 2016This graphic was published by Gartner, Inc. as part of a larger research document and should be evaluated in the context of the entire document. The Gartner document is available upon request from [insert client name or reprint URL].Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner’s research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
Asked Jim Nussle, CEO of CUNA to the credit unions in attendance at the Minnesota Credit Union Network’s annual meeting held last week in Minneapolis.To move from disruptee to disruptor is no easy feat. Current disruptors in the credit union space are predominantly quick and nimble Fin Tech start-ups rapidly grabbing market share. The reason they are able to achieve this is simple. They solve a problem faster and better than current market standards.For credit unions to create better and faster solutions, they need to evaluate how they perform their business in a different way.The target marketFirst, credit unions need to understand their target market and its problems.Target market identification is a way of tightening the scope of the business that is affordable, efficient and effective. A target market is a specific market and does not mean that you are excluding members who do not fit your criteria, rather it allows you to focus on a market that is more likely to buy from you than other markets. continue reading » 11SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Fancy a swim?More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North4 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“Our last home was pretty similar and it was only a couple of blocks from where we are now on 13th Avenue,” Mrs Todd said.“Chris and I have been living in Palm Beach all our lives and we have just watched as the market is getting crazier and crazier.” How would you like to cook in this kitchen?The house was vendors Belinda and Chris Todd’s “dream design”.In less than eight weeks, the couple transformed an original 1970s house into a breathtaking Hamptons-style home.Built by Rick Addinsall from Addinsall Constructions, Mrs Todd told the Gold Coast Bulletin they were keen to create a Hamptons home in Palm Beach. This stunning Hamptons home at 25 Denawen St, Palm Beach sold for $1.39 million on the weekend.A PICTURE perfect Hamptons-style home in Palm Beach has sold for $1.39 million.The four-bedroom, three-bedroom house at 25 Denawen St sold under the hammer on the weekend through McGrath agents Andy Hogarth and Laura Dean. The facade is classic Hamptons style.The stunning residence exudes luxury on both levels. White and bright living spaces are paired with timber flooring and high ceilings. Other features include an entertaining area, timber joinery and American oak floors. No expense was spared in the design of this Palm Beach home.Mrs Todd said the couple were inspired by the suburb and the beach lifestyle.“We didn’t want to do a modern Hamptons — instead we had our minds on a really classic style,” she said.“The style is really on trend and it suits the Coast so well.” Inside is just as stylish.The couple said they bought the home last year in May and began to transform it, starting with knocking down the old home.“I think we only took a break around Christmas,” Mrs Todd said. “It all happened pretty quickly.”
On this week’s edition of The D.O. Sportscast, our men’s and women’s beat writers discuss the start of the season. Topics include predictions, MVP’s, X-factors, takeaways and more.Subscribe to Sportscast on Spotify and iTunes. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Published on February 17, 2020 at 7:12 pm Facebook Twitter Google+