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Investigations continuing into fatal hit and run in Tyrone

first_img WhatsApp Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Google+ Facebook Previous articleMany public hospitals ‘incapable’ of providing safe distancingNext articleHosepipe ban on the horizon News Highland Google+ Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic WhatsApp Facebook Investigations continuing into fatal hit and run in Tyrone Pinterestcenter_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Pinterest Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th DL Debate – 24/05/21 Investigations are continuing into the death of a man following a hit and run on the Meenacloy Road in County Tyrone at the weekend.The man who was in his 20s died in the two vehicle crash on Sunday.Detective Inspector Michael Winters said: “The man who sadly lost his life in the collision was 21 years old and was the rider of an orange Kawaski motorcycle. It is believed that this motorcycle was in collision with a black BMW jeep at around 11am on Sunday morning. The BMW failed to stop following the collision and is believed to have driven on towards Ederney.“I would firstly like to ask the driver of the BMW to examine their conscience and to come forward to police to explain what happened. It is likely that the BMW would have sustained damage due to the collision and I would therefore like to speak with anyone who is approached to repair this vehicle. I would also appeal to anyone who was travelling on the Meenacloy Road at around 11am on Sunday and witnessed the collision, or who may have captured dash-cam footage of it, to contact police on 101, and quote reference 958 of 31/05/20.” By News Highland – June 2, 2020 Homepage BannerNews Twitterlast_img read more

Greensky Bluegrass Welcomes Spafford’s Brian Moss, Covers “Gangsta’s Paradise” With Ryan Montbleau At Levitate [Videos]

first_imgOn Sunday night, Levitate Music & Arts Festival wrapped up its 2018 event with a talented slate of performers including Stephen Marley, Spafford, Lake Street Dive, Turkuaz, West End Blend, Rebelution, Greensky Bluegrass, Mihali & Frends, and The Head and the Heart.After Marley’s set got the ball rolling for day two, Spafford took the stage for a set of live staple original tunes including “America”, “Backdoor Funk”, “Broken Wing”, “Beautiful Day”, “The Reprise”, and “Space Gadget”, lighting the fuse for the day’s festivities with their impeccable improvisational abilities. You can watch a full pro-shot video of Spafford’s set below (beginning midway through “America”) via the festival’s official live stream.Spafford – Levitate Festival – Full Set [Pro-Shot]Setlist: Spafford | Levitate Music & Arts Festival | Marshfield, MA | 7/8/18Set: America, Backdoor Funk, Broken Wing, Beautiful Day, The Reprise, Space GadgetFollowing Spafford’s early afternoon set, Levitate was treated to performances from Lake Street Dive, Turkuaz, West End Blend, and Rebelution. Greensky Bluegrass took the stage as the afternoon turned to evening, offering up a memorable, guest-filled performance for the sold-out festival crowd.After beginning with “The Four”, the band moved into “Run or Die” from 2016’s Shouted, Written Down, & Quoted. During the song, the band welcomed out local native Ryan Montbleau to assist on a cover of Coolio‘s “Gangsta’s Paradise”, the ubiquitous 1995 “Best Solo Rap Performance” Grammy-winner. Montbleau crooned L.V.‘s famous hook as Paul Hoffman rapped Coolio’s verses, before leaving the stage as the band segued back into “Run or Die”. You can watch fan-shot footage of the Coolio cover below:Greensky Bluegrass w/ Ryan Montbleau – Gangsta’s Paradise [Coolio cover][Video: virgilosborn]To close their set, Greensky welcomed one more surprise guest to add some extra firepower to their “Kerosene” closer. As dobro player Anders Beck noted, “We’re gonna get our buddy Brian Moss from Spafford up here, everybody, to play music with us!” Moss meshed skillfully with the bluegrass outfit, matching Hoffman’s mandolin solo with a muted, mando-style solo of his own before letting loose and trading riffs with Beck as the song reached its rocking climax. You can watch Greensky Bluegrass’s set (starting with “Burn Them”) below via the festival’s official live stream, or skip to 33:30 to watch Moss’s set-closing sit-in.Greensky Bluegrass w/ Brian Moss, Ryan Montbleau, & More – Levitate Festival – “Burn Them” through “Kerosene” [Pro-Shot]Setlist: Greensky Bluegrass | Levitate Music & Arts Festival | Marshfield, MA | 7/8/18Set: The Four, Run or Die > Gangster’s Paradise* > Run or Die, Like Reflections, Burn Them^, Past My Prime, Hit Parade, All Four, Kerosene%*with Ryan Montbleau on vocals; ^ with Luke Milanese on tambourine; % with Brian Moss (Spafford)You can check out a full gallery of photos from Levitate Music Festival below, courtesy of Adam McCullough.Levitate Music Festival | Marshfield, MA | 7/7-8/2018 | Photo: Adam McCullough Photo: Adam McCullough Photo: Adam McCulloughcenter_img Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Berger: NCUA must protect credit unions’ data

first_img 6SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger said NCUA’s reported loss of sensitive personal and financial data from a credit union in Palm Springs, Calif., is “unacceptable” and pressed the agency to review what happened and to be open about how it will prevent a recurrence.“NCUA is a steward of credit unions’ sensitive information and must be held to the highest standard for safeguarding such data,” said Berger. “These types of errors have the ability to do great harm to credit unions’ reputations and their members’ financial well-being. We charge NCUA with taking all steps necessary to review their processes in a transparent way to ensure this type of mistake does not happen again.”Credit Union Times reported Monday that the agency confirmed its examiner lost an external flash drive containing names, addresses, Social Security numbers and account numbers of members during an examination of Palm Springs Federal Credit Union. An NCUA spokesman is quoted saying the thumb drive contained no PINs and that there has been no indication of any unauthorized access to members’ accounts or efforts to gain such access. continue reading »last_img read more