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DONEGAL STARS PROUD TO WEAR UNIQUE FARM SAFETY MESSAGE ON COUNTY JERSEY

first_imgDonegal stars Eamon McGee, Michael Murphy and Paddy McBrearty to remind fans of the danger on farms.The stark reminder of the dangers on Donegal farms will be brought home to GAA fans in a unique move at McCumhaill Park in Ballybofey. Although most Donegal fans will have victory over Tyrone in the All-Ireland championship opener on their mind, there will be another message sent out to fans.Because for one game only, the players will wear a jersey which replaces their sponsor’s logo with a ‘Stay Safe on The Farm’ message. The match, at Ballybofey on Sunday week, will be the first time a GAA team wears jerseys with a farm safety message.The initiative has come from Aurivo, which sponsors the team through its Donegal Creameries brand.It will also support FBD’s farm safety campaign by including its “Champions for Change” logo on the back of the jersey. That campaign calls on agri-organisations and farmers to become a champion for change in making farms safer.Last year Donegal has the second highest rate of farm fatalities in the country, after Cork. Of the 30 people killed in incidents on farms last year, four came from Donegal. All were male, and aged over 50. Among those killed were two neighbours in their early 50s were killed last November when a tyre exploded.Donegal GAA chairman Seán Dunnion said it was “a fantastic opportunity to promote safety in the farming community in our county” and the GAA players were very happy to deliver the farm safety message.Aurivo chief executive Aaron Forde said one death on a farm was one too many.“It is our job as a large dairy co-operative to ensure that we raise the awareness of the importance of farm safety amongst our milk suppliers because 58 per cent of fatal farm accidents happen on dairy farms,” he said.“We are confident that the strong farm safety messages on the Donegal GAA jersey will help to highlight the importance of farm safety across the county to those watching the game in the stadium and at home.”DONEGAL STARS PROUD TO WEAR UNIQUE FARM SAFETY MESSAGE ON COUNTY JERSEY was last modified: May 8th, 2015 by StephenShare 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:donegalfarm safetyjerseyMichael MurphyTyronelast_img read more

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DONEGAL MAN LODGED €90,000 IN BOGUS CHEQUES AND WENT ON LUXURY HOLIDAY

first_imgA Letterkenny man wrote bogus cheques for almost €90,000 and used some of the money to go on a luxury holiday to Egypt with his wife.Businessman James McErlane appeared at Letterkenny Circuit Court today charged with a number of sample charges of fraud.The court was told that McErlane, of 48 Whitethorn Close, Letterkenny, had three bank accounts with Allied Irish Bank, Permanent TSB and National Irish Banks in Letterkenny. He wrote two cheques – one for €73,536 and another for more than €16,000 and lodged them into the Allied Irish Bank account.He then withdrew various amounts of cash between 2003 and 2008 – 29 in all – to the value of €6,725.84 using a laser card.The money was spent on a wide-range of goods and services including paying insurance, buying groceries and children’s toys.Mr McErlane also spent more than €1,600 with Gallagher’s Travel Agency for a holiday to the sun-kissed resort of Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt.The accused claimed he was not trying to defraud the AIB out of money and that they had always cleared his cheques.He said he was waiting for a number of investments to come through and they would be worth up to €1 million.His claimed the investments were due to mature in October this year and that he will be able to pay back the AIB the money owed.He stressed that his wife knew nothing about the large cheque lodgements.McErlane admitted to Gardai that he had lodged personal cheques but did not have sufficient funds to cover them.Judge Donagh McDonagh said McErlane was “up to his eyeballs in crime” and said “it must be very cold in Donegal in November.”However he said he would like to see the claims of the investments valued at up to €1 million by the accused.He adjourned the case until Thursday to allow McErlane to bring documentation to show it will mature in October.He also instructed the accused to bring the person with whom he has the investment with to court.DONEGAL MAN LODGED €90,000 IN BOGUS CHEQUES AND WENT ON LUXURY HOLIDAY was last modified: May 1st, 2012 by StephenShare 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:cheque booksfraudJames McErlanelast_img read more

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