Investigation launched into theft of sheep near Mount Errigal

first_img Google+ Facebook Homepage BannerNews Investigation launched into theft of sheep near Mount Errigal Pinterest Milford Gardaí are investigating the theft of 40 sheep from an area close to Errigal Mountain.The sheep were put out at the end of December 2020 and when the owner went to the area on March 15th, hediscovered that 40 of the sheep were missing.The sheep are marked with distinctive purple paint.Gardai are appealing to anybody who can assist in any way with the investigation to come forward.They are also advising farmers and mart operators to be alert and to contact Gardai should they come across the sheep. Previous articleOyster trestles damaged at Clar Shore, RecastleNext articleChange in people’s attitude needed towards Covid in Donegal – Dr Breslin News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Facebook WhatsApp WhatsAppcenter_img Pinterest Twitter Twitter Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic DL Debate – 24/05/21 Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA By News Highland – March 30, 2021 last_img read more

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Ghana seeks first medal at World University Games

first_imgGhana will be seeking to win her first medal at the World University Games when this year’s edition kicks off in Seoul, South Korea.The Ghana University Sports Association (GUSA) will participate in three sporting disciplines – table tennis, badminton and athletics.The team’s football side were not included in the travelling contingent, although they are the reigning African champions, due to financial constraints.Ghana finished second on the medal log at the African edition last year and 100m champion Emmanuel Appiah Kubi is aiming to replicate such success on the world stage“I know last year I was first in Africa. Hopefully, we are going to meet different competition altogether but we are thankful for the training we’ve gone through,” Appiah Kubi told Joy Sports.“It seems we have a lot of preparations but it is all about determination and how you set your mind. We will not talk about the training time being short for us but the determination that we have.” The athlete is confident about team Ghana’s chances.“I am really confident in the team because we have been competing with some friends at El-Wak and their efforts to beat us proved futile.”“We always push to beat them in their races but we are hoping that we run a good time in the heat that can qualify us for the finals and maybe the All African games. That is our main hope for the year.”The event, which is the second biggest sports gathering in the world after the Olympics, will witness over 9,000 students athletes from over 170 countries across the globe compete in over 16 different disciplines.–last_img read more

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