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Duke Special sings ‘1969’ by Limerick hitmaker Aaron Hackett

first_imgSign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Twitter No vaccines in Limerick yet Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL Aaron HackettOf the song, Aaron says ” this song is about teenage love in the 1960s in the USA – hanging out in diners, playing pool, sneaking out after hours and being ‘bad kids in the dark’. In order to get through to the orchestra finale on August 30, Duke’s song must be higher in the charts than the song he was up against in the show – ‘Prayin’ by Johnny Logan.At time of writing, Johnny Logan is at number 17 and Duke is at number 19!If you missed Duke’s Episode of the RTÉ TV show “The Hit”, you can watch it here; http://www.rte.ie/player/gb/show/10188590/To support Limerick’s Aaron Hackett  and his song, fans have to eitherText Song1 to 57082.Voting ends midnight Thursday.Or;Download from iTunes link is: https://itunes.apple.com/ie/album/1969/id685558831?i=685561522 Shannondoc operating but only by appointment Facebook Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended First Irish death from Coronavirus LifestyleEntertainmentNewsLocal NewsDuke Special sings ‘1969’ by Limerick hitmaker Aaron HackettBy Eric Fitzgerald – August 15, 2013 854 Printcenter_img WhatsApp Previous articlePoverty to fuel 200 college drops outsNext articleMinors face untested Galway Eric Fitzgeraldhttp://www.limerickpost.ieEric writes for the Entertainment Pages of Limerick Post Newspaper and edits the music blog www.musiclimerick.com where you can watch and listen to music happening in the city and beyond. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Advertisement BELFAST singer Duke Special is currently at No. 19 on the download charts with his version of ‘1969’ by Limerick songwriter Aaron Hackett. On last Friday’s episode of The Hit on RTÉ, Duke chose to record and release the 16 year old’s track. It now has to achieve a higher chart placing by midnight tonight (Thursday 15) than rival song ‘Prayin’ by Johnny Logan for Duke and Aaron  to remain in the competition with a first prize €20,000. TAGSfeaturedfull-image Email Linkedinlast_img read more

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Daily Mail taken to task over gluten-free prescription figure

first_imgThe huge figure put on the cost of gluten-free prescriptions has been found incorrect, after a dispute broke out yesterday.The Daily Mail published an article yesterday, claiming “£116 million of gluten-free junk food was handed out in prescriptions in the past year”, when the figure for all gluten-free food dispensed was actually just £26.8m.The paper has since changed this to read “food for special diets” after the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) said £116m included the total net ingredient costs of all special diet preparation, including supplements for fats, proteins, carbohydrates and baby formulae.The HSCIC said: “We would like to clarify that the net ingredient cost (NIC) of “gluten-free junk food” – a term not recognised within Prescription Cost Analysis (PCA) –  of prescriptions dispensed in the community in England in 2014 did not equate to £116m.“The total NIC of gluten-free preparations was £26.8m in 2014, while the NIC of preparations that were both gluten-free and low protein was £28.2m.“The £116m figure actually represents total NIC for all special diet preparations dispensed in 2014. This includes other foods for special diet preparations, including nutritional supplements for fats, proteins, carbohydrates and baby formulae. These are preparations that have been modified to eliminate a particular constituent or are nutrient mixtures formulated as food substitutes for patients who either cannot tolerate or cannot metabolise certain common constituents of food.”last_img read more

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Growing into leadership

first_img 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Individuals and the industry benefit when credit union executives undertake professional development.by: Soma SarkarI’ve learned a lot about growth during my credit union career.When I was hired in 1994 to fill a branch manager opening at the Credit Union of New Jersey, I was my CU’s 12th employee. Back then, CU of New Jersey had $42 million in assets and was a cash operation. Now, it has 99 employees, $317 million in assets and is a full-service financial institution.As the credit union has grown, so has my role in it. Now I’m EVP/chief operations officer, overseeing all the CU’s retail branches, plus lending, compliance and a call center.I think my plan to attend the three years of CUES’ CEO Institute is an important next step, not only toward my own professional growth and the future success of the credit union, but also the overall development of leaders for the future of the CU industry. I’m excited to begin next month by attending CEO Institute I at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.As credit union executives, we need to prepare ourselves and our peers as strong leaders to keep the movement going forward. With the number of credit unions shrinking and CEOs retiring, keeping qualified leaders at credit unions rather than leaving for banks or the insurance industry is important. continue reading »last_img read more

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