Appeal for assistance in Galway murder case

first_imgPrint Previous articleFour injured in crash on Condell RoadNext articleA year on, not a penny paid to flood victims admin Twitter NewsLocal NewsAppeal for assistance in Galway murder caseBy admin – July 27, 2009 784 WhatsApp Emailcenter_img Advertisement Linkedin Crimestoppers, the national freephone crime fighting service, is appealing for information as to the whereabouts of Alexander Nadwodny in connection with the murder of Kieran Cunningham at Williamsgate St in Galway on June 3 last. Kieran Cunningham (20) was stabbed to death shortly after 2am on Wednesday June 3 shortly after he left a nearby nightclub. Mr. Nadwodny, 27 years of age, and a Polish National, is being sought by Gardai in connection with this crime. Mr. Nadwodny’s current whereabouts are unknown.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Gardai will be handing out information leaflets in English, Polish and Lithuanian on Shop St and Williamsgate St from 12pm-3pm this afternoon and from 11pm-2am tonight. Superintendent Tom Curley said that: “We are appealing to anyone who may know of Mr Nadwodny’s current whereabouts to contact Crimestoppers. He may have travelled to another part of the country so if you believe you have seen him please let us know”.“If you have any information please call Crimestoppers free on 1800 25 00 25 Your call will be dealt with in the strictest of confidence, you don’t need to leave your name or your address. You may receive a cash reward for information which significantly helps our enquiries.” Facebooklast_img read more

Antique’s indigenous people seek mobile registration of marriage, birth docs

first_imgSAN JOSE, Antique – The indigenous people (IP)or the Ati community in Antique urged the Philippine Statistics Authority orthe municipal registrar to conduct a mobile registration for their members withno birth certificates or marriage contracts. She added the conduct of mobile registrationwith the support of the local government unit would be a big help. Antique has around 18,000 IPs composed mainlyof the Ati, the Iraynon-Bukidnon or the upland people, and the Cuyonin or minoritygroup from Cuyo island, Palawan who resettled in the province.(With a report from PNA/PN) Perlita Oyong, chairperson of the IPAssociation of Southern Antique and the Ati tribal leader in Barangay Tina,Hamtic town, said there are many Ati cultural minorities in Antique stillunregistered due to lack of money aside from other reasons. Around 2,000 children belonging to the IPAssociation of Southern Antique, whose members are mostly from the southernmosttowns of Anini-y to Sibalom, have no birth certificates yet. A good number ofthe 5,000-strong association has no marriage certificates. “The Ati couple would rather save their moneyfor their food than getting the Cenomar,” Oyong said. “There are some Ati with no marriagecertificates because of the documentary requirements they have to comply with,which they could not afford,” she said, adding that for instance, thecertificate of no marriage (Cenomar) has to be secured prior a civil marriage. “Many Ati in southern Antique are still notregistered with the local registrar,” Oyong said in local language.  The indigenous people or the Ati community in Antique urged the Philippine Statistics Authority or the municipal registrar to conduct a mobile registration for their members with no birth certificates or marriage contracts. PNAlast_img read more

Bermuda to get First Black and First Female Governor

first_img“I am conscious that this announcement is being made in challenging times; as Bermuda looks to the future, I will work in earnest with the elected government, through the exercise of my duties, to support and promote the island’s strengths and resilience,” she said, adding that “my family and I are looking forward to contributing fully to life in Bermuda as we get to know the people and culture.” Government House said Rankin, a Scotsman who took up the Bermuda post in December 2016, will transfer to another appointment in the UK’s Diplomatic Service. Lalgie has worked in the UK’s Department of Business, Innovation and Skills, including as the deputy director for information economy and cybersecurity. She served as a justice of the peace for eight years until 2015 and was the head of Counter-terrorism and Security Review in the UK Treasury from 2007 to 2008. Lalgie, who is currently the director of the Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation in the United Kingdom Treasury, said in a statement that she is ‘immensely proud’ to serve Bermuda as its first female Governor. CMCcenter_img “The island rightly has a reputation as a beautiful place to live and a great environment in which business can flourish. It is a first-class legal jurisdiction with some of the highest international standards in combating financial crime. HAMILTON, Bermuda – Bermuda is to get its first female and first black Governor later this year, it was officially announced on Friday. Government House said Rena Lalgie, who is married with two children, will succeed John Rankin in December.last_img read more