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MARY BOYLE SUSPECT IS CONVICTED SEX ABUSER FROM DONEGAL

first_imgTHE MAN being questioned about the disappearance of Mary Boyle is a convicted sex offender from Co Donegal.He is serving a sentence at the Midlands Prison where he was arrested today.Gardai have until tomorrow to continue questioning the 64-year-old suspect. It’s understood detectives came across the suspect during a cold case review.Mary disappeared on March 18, 1977 whilst visiting grandparents at Cashelard.From Kincasslagh, her disappearance is Ireland’s longest running case of its kind.Gardai have issued a new appeal for information tonight in the case as they continue to question the suspect at Mullingar Garda Station. Speaking today, Assistant Commissioner Northern Region Kieran Kenny said: “We are appealing for anyone with any information on the circumstances around Mary’s disappearance to contact us. Even something that people may have thought was insignificant at the time could help us advance the continuing investigation.”Anyone with information is asked to contact the Incident Room at Ballyshannon Garda Station at 071 9858530 or the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111.A Family Liaison Officer has been continuously liaising with Mary’s mother, Ann Boyle, to keep her informed of developments including today’s arrest. MARY BOYLE SUSPECT IS CONVICTED SEX ABUSER FROM DONEGAL was last modified: October 22nd, 2014 by John2Share 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:arrestdisppeareddonegalMARY BOYLEsex offenderlast_img read more

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Choosing To Compete for Transactions or Relationships

first_imgThere are two ways to think about acquiring new clients and new orders. You can start from a transactional approach or you can start from a more strategic, consultative approach. The distinction is important.TransactionalA transactional approach is centered on acquiring orders. Orders are, in fact, how you get paid. The client places an order, you deliver it, and you send an invoice. And for some of your clients, this transactional relationship may be enough.But when you play at the transactional level, you are perceived as transactional value. Fine, if this is what you want. Being transactional will get you some orders. But it won’t get you the relationship you need to produce bigger outcomes. Relationship  Acquiring the client relationship is what opens up the possibility of getting all of their orders—even though it takes longer and is a more difficult outcome to obtain.The DifferenceClient acquisition and order acquisition are different. Order acquisition is transactional. It’s about taking orders, and that puts you in a contest for price. If the transaction is what matters, then the value being created is only a low-level of value.If you are instead focused on client acquisition, you have the opportunity to dig deeper and find additional ways to create real value. A more strategic level of value. You get an opportunity to design a solution that solves a bigger, more future oriented challenges. This not only earns you the right to acquire all of the orders, it earns you the right to do so at a higher margin. You are earning that higher margin by delivering greater value.center_img When your approach is strategic and consultative, instead of focusing on orders you focus on developing deep, trusted relationships. Instead of focusing on order acquisition, you focus on understanding your clients needs so deeply, and creating so much value around those strategic needs, that instead of acquiring orders, you acquire all of your client’s orders.last_img read more

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Virat Kohli rues top-order failure after England defeat

first_imgIndia skipper Virat Kohli said losing three wickets early on in 323-run chase made it impossible for his team to bounce back against England in the second ODI.India succumbed to a 86-run loss at Lord’s as England bounced back to level the three match ODI series 1-1.Batting first, England put up 322 in 50 overs as Joe Root smashed a brilliant 113 off 116 balls. The England Test skipper was ably supported ODI captain Eoin Morgan (53) and David Willey (50*).In reply, India got off to a solid start as Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan stitched a 49-run partnership for the first wicket. But then English bowlers sprung in action as they took three wickets in a space of four overs including that of the openers and KL Raul.India vs England 2nd ODI: HighlightsKohli and Suresh Raina then did well to add 80 runs for the fourth wicket but India’s chances were dealt a major blow when the Indian skipper fell to Moeen Ali.Kohli’s dismissal opened the floodgates as India kept on losing wickets at regular intervals. They were eventually bowled out for 236.”We started pretty well with the bat, it was a good wicket, it got slower but when we lost three wickets in three overs that hurt us. I thought that’s where we fell behind. Credit to the bowlers, they stuck to their guns,” said Kohli after the match.The 29-year-old also praised England spinners Ali and Adil Rashid, who took three wickets and leaked only 80 runs in 20 overs.”Moeen and Rashid are both quality bowlers in this format and sensed we couldn’t take risks. They created pressure in the middle overs.”advertisement2nd ODI: Root, Plunkett script England’s crushing win over India at Lord’sIndian bowlers including Siddarth Kaul, who had pretty good outing in the first match, were rendered ineffective by English batsmen in the second match. But Kohli said the team management wants to “test the new guys.””We always want to test the character of the new guys, we expect these guys to do the job. It’s a great thing to test our new guys and it’s important how they bounce back. Today was a day when we couldn’t get going,” said KohliMS Dhoni, who became the 4th India to score 10000 runs in ODI cricket on Saturday, came under some criticsm for scoring a slow 37 off 59 balls.Kohli, however, defended his former captain saying people “just wait to jump on him.””This thing comes up whenever he (Dhoni) doesn’t have a good day. People just wait to jump on him. On days when things don’t work, it can happen and immediately, people jump on him. Today was a bad day for all of us, not just him,” signed off Kohli.last_img read more

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High School singer Eevie Perez to perform at Copley Symphony Hall

first_img February 22, 2019 SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Michael Feinstein, an honored cabaret artist, is performing a show celebrating the magic of Frank Sinatra at Copley Symphony Hall on Friday, February 22 at 8:00 p.m.The famed singer is also passionate about mentoring young singers across the country through the Songbook Academy® — a summer performance intensive for high school students that Feinstein founded.Eevie Perez is a local songstress who is proud to call Feinstein a mentor. The high school senior was a Top 10 finalist of the 2018 Songbook Academy® — and on February 22 she’ll be taking the stage for a solo performance alongside Feinstein at the Symphony Hall.Eevie, an alum of the Great American Songbook Foundation’s 2018 Songbook Academy®, is a senior at Canyon Crest Academy and a member of Envision Theatre Conservatory in San Diego. She is on her school’s competitive ComedySportz improv team and loves Golden Age musical theatre. She is a 2018 graduate of the Open Jar Institute summer intensive in New York City. Categories: Entertainment, Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter High School singer Eevie Perez to perform at Copley Symphony Hall KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, Posted: February 22, 2019last_img read more

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Not enticing enough

first_imgIt is already a well-established fact that Hauz Khas Village is now the new Khan Market for foodies in the Capital. Restaurants are springing up in the narrow alleys and the very Manali-like buildings like a dime a dozen. Walk into the village which is frequented by the self-proclaimed ‘arty’ crowd and you will find the lanes buzzing till very late in the night.Which is exactly why I found it baffling that when I walked into The Food Mill, I found the restaurant to be completely empty — devoid of a single person save for the staff when everything around was full of people. More so, given that it is bang on the main road, not even tucked inside one of the narrow lanes like so many other restaurants. The explanation given to me was that it has newly opened and needs more marketing. But like we have seen in recent times, you don’t need PR or marketing for a restaurant to be successful anymore. Any regular will be able to name at least three restaurants in HKV itself which are doing fantastic business after good word-of-mouth publicity. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Where, then, is The Food Mill going wrong? The idea behind the restaurant apparently is that ‘the staff always tries to come up with fresh new recipes for breads and dishes’.  Ah well! The dishes are the same old. The menu is a mish mash of Conntinental, Mediterranean, Lebanese and even a section for weight watchers. The décor (complete with a verendah like smoking section) looks more like a college canteen with colourful tables and chairs. If the attempt was to make it funky and grungy (with some iron chain like stuff hanging from the ceilings), the results clearly don’t show. But the service is quick and the waiters clearly know the menu well. So if you are lost you will get helpful suggestions. They don’t have an alcohol license yet but the mocktails are quite good. Most of the food I ordered though was unimpressive, nothing that you won’t find elsewhere. The Roast Chicken with white wine risotto though was well made. I would also pick the Supreme of chicken which was stuffed with cheese and served with mashed potato and grilled vegetables. Don’t miss out the Blueberry cheesecake though. It’s really good!  But The Food Mill needs to figure out a way to attract customers. Not too many people would like being the only ones in a restaurant.  DETAILAt: 2nd Floor, 30, Powerhouse Building, Hauz Khas Village Timings: 11 AM TO 12:30 AMPhone: 26522114 Meal for two: Rs 2,000 inclusive of taxeslast_img read more