[ad_1] Finch had held a press conference announcing his mid-season move to Melbourne at a familiar location – the Clovelly Hotel – and he explained why Melbourne was his preferred destination. “I’ve always loved attending the Spring Carnival,” he says with a cheeky smile. The room smiles with him. ThatRead More →

[ad_1] There has been an outpouring of support for former priest Richard Geoghegan in Carrick-on-Suir where he served as vicar for many years, since a controversy erupted last week over his leaving the priesthood. The Dungarvan native, who was parish priest at Carrick-on-Suir/Faugheen before becoming parish priest at Ballyneale, announcedRead More →

[ad_1] An event like The Andrew Project (above) – a one-afternoon “come and see” program that offers basic information without obligation – is one of the ways in which the vocations office of the archdiocese promotes vocations. LEAVEN FILE PHOTO BY KATHRYN WHITE by Joe Bolligjoe.bollig@theleaven.org KANSAS CITY, Kan. –Read More →

[ad_1] Taiwan photo: Unsplash Polls on the island of Taiwan have shown that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which has just celebrated its centenary, is receiving growing support from island public opinion, a slight reversal against the rising tide of the “anti” atmosphere. -continent “in recent years. Experts said onRead More →

[ad_1] An apprenticeship program has been launched in partnership with the services for children and young people of a municipality. The Blackburn University Center has launched the brand new course and learning – Children, Youth and Families Practitioner CertHE which is being launched in partnership with local authorities including BlackburnRead More →

[ad_1] Kari Carvey writes at her home in Calgary on April 6, 2021. Sarah B Groot / The Globe and Mail As people search for meaningful ways to connect during the pandemic, visual artist Kari Carvey has noticed a resurgence of interest in the lost art of pen on paper.Read More →

[ad_1] A spokesperson for the charity said: “We have seen social media platforms monetize misery and it is now YouTube and Google that have been discovered doing this, albeit potentially inadvertently. “The uncontrolled algorithms that drive these platforms can produce terrible effects, which are online damage and can lead peopleRead More →

[ad_1] Borders General Hospital in Melrose. The region’s health and welfare partnership for the provision of services to the elderly on behalf of the Scottish Borders Integration Joint Board has come under intense scrutiny since it came under fire in a previous inspection in 2017. A follow-up review, published inRead More →