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first_img Short URL http://the42.ie/3853802 Share229 Tweet Email2 ‘The doorbell rings at 4am. It’s a taxi with Joe Royle… We ended up having rasher sandwiches in the kitchen’ As The42′s League of Ireland legends series is renewed for a second season, we chat to former Dundalk, Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers star Terry Eviston. (L-R) Rovers’ Leonard Curtis and Terry Eviston celebrate a goal. Image: Lorraine O’Sullivan/INPHO (L-R) Rovers’ Leonard Curtis and Terry Eviston celebrate a goal. Image: Lorraine O’Sullivan/INPHO Sunday 18 Feb 2018, 9:30 PM By Paul Fennessy 24 Comments Follow us: the42.ie 32,787 Views Feb 18th 2018, 9:31 PM Updated at 09.14TERRY EVISTON CONSISTENTLY stood out on the football pitch — but it wasn’t always for his footballing ability.The former Dundalk and Shamrock Rovers player remembers a game early in his career with Bohemians.“I was out of college and I had a beard and a bit of an afro head on me, but [the late RTÉ Radio football commentator] Philip Green referred to me as the ‘Karl Marx of the left-wing’. Phil was great for those comments, he really was.”To be fair, Eviston had the talent to back up his somewhat flamboyant appearance back in the day. His feats over the course of a 23-year career as a player in the League of Ireland include four league titles (two apiece with Dundalk and Shamrock Rovers), three League of Ireland Cups, one FAI Cup, one President’s Cup, two Leinster Senior Cups and the Soccer Writers’ Personality of the Year award.Yet despite the countless achievements, rather than the trophies, it is the stories and the craic over the course of his time in football that he gets most animated about during our discussion.Read more League of Ireland legend interviews here>And from going down to play Cork as a youngster and being warned “I’ll break your fucking leg boy” by a no-nonsense defender to “sporting this ridiculous moustache” while appearing next to Zig and Zag on ‘The Den’ (a much-missed long-running RTÉ children’s television show), Eviston certainly has plenty of stories to tell. Eviston pictured during his Shamrock Rovers days. Source: © Billy SticklandINPHO1. Learning his tradeThe Dubliner’s love affair with the beautiful game started in the 1960s and continues to this day. With a sparse attendance watching on, he would line out as a youngster in Killester Park, representing ”the top of the road” in their regular games against “the bottom of the road”.“Things got really hot and heavy,” Eviston reflects of those fiercely contested matches in his estate, as he begins an hour-long chat with The42.“My earliest memories would be there, and also back gardens. A friend of mine had the nets up in his back garden.Kids are spoiled today with PlayStations and all that kind of stuff. For us, it was the net — hitting the ball into the net was something else.”Eviston’s first experience of organised football was with St Martin’s Boys, who played in Donnycarney in Maypark, or ‘The Jungle,’ as it was more commonly known.“Only recently, two of the stalwarts, Paddy Kerr and Johnny Chambers, passed away,” he says.“When you look back at the schoolboy coaches giving up their time — without them, there wouldn’t have been anything.” Eviston came through the ranks at Home Farm along with future Shamrock Rovers star and current Ireland U21 boss Noel King.2. A home away from homeAged 17, Eviston signed with Home Farm — then a League of Ireland side — under Charlie Walker, alongside other youngsters who went on to have good careers in the game, including Harry McCue and Noel King.“Noel got on the bench for the famous Home Farm cup final win over Shels [in 1975],” he adds.Charlie was a larger-than-life character. He was a great man manager. At that particular time, he was great for me. I opted out, as I was doing my Leaving Cert as a youth in Home Farm. He was constantly phoning and when you think back, it was a nice little antidote to study, taking it all out on the football. So I ended going back to them after Christmas having left the youth team.“So Charlie was a great influence, alright. He brought a whole new professionalism to things — I think he was the first guy to bring cones around [to training].”It was the start of a lengthy stint in the League of Ireland and Eviston could have progressed to an even higher level had things worked out differently. The winger caught the eye when playing a friendly against a Jock Stein-managed Scotland side “around ’79″. Burnley, who had recently been relegated to England’s second tier, were interested in signing him — info Eviston himself didn’t discover until years later.On the possibility of getting a big move to England, he continues: “I was studying to be a teacher at the time, but playing football at the highest level in Ireland was a dream for me.“You never lost sight of that — you were doing something that you really loved doing. It wasn’t as professional as it is today, but certainly we had a great sprinkling of decent talent and characters in the game. It’s something that I have absolutely no regrets about being involved in. I think there’s a lot of luck involved if you get away as well. There’s a much bigger net being cast now, so anybody who is half-decent gets over and has a go, has a trial. In my day, it wasn’t as easy to get over.” Eviston came up against future Ireland international Paul McGrath during the latter’s time at St Patrick’s Athletic. Source: Billy Stickland/INPHO3. A special talentDespite staying in Ireland, Eviston did come up against a couple of players who would go on to become world-class stars in the game. In the early 1980s, he faced a young Paul McGrath, who spent a year at St Patrick’s Athletic, before moving to Manchester United, with the defender going on to win 83 caps for Ireland and becoming a legend of the game.“[McGrath] was unusual in the sense that Charlie had picked him up from junior football. I think he was playing out in Dún Laoghaire. It just happened for Paul, and it was great to see him [do well], because I remember playing against him many a time.“He didn’t have to go over [to England] when he was 14 or 15 — that seemed to be the trend in the past. He could learn his trade here and then get over.“Kevin Moran was much the same [in terms of what he went on to achieve], he would have been playing with UCD. He was a strong lad, but you never would have imagined him playing at the level he did play.Paul was a bit more Mercedes-like. He was something. He was different, I think he proved that. He was just a natural. He knew where to go, he knew when to run with the ball, he knew how to tackle, he was just all-round [brilliance]. I think he did it intuitively and didn’t need a lot of coaching. He was just very good at what he did.”And McGrath wasn’t the only future Irish legend Eviston came across over the course if his career.“I remember playing against [Roy Keane], when he had signed for Forest, I was with Dundalk at the time.“But I remember talking to him at a PFAI do a while back. He was sharp as a razor, because he pinpointed the year we played them at Oriel Park. [Brian] Clough was the manager.“He was your box-to-box midfielder, he was young, and just had sheer physical presence. At one stage, he went by me, making a run from deep in midfield. The only way I could explain it was it was as if this plane had gone by and I was caught in the draft of it — it was just the sheer energy of it.“So I wasn’t surprised how well he did at Forest after that. It was something to behold. I just felt: ‘Jeez, I have a long way to go to match his physical strength.’“He was powerful. He put on the bulk afterwards, but I’d say he’d been with Forest maybe a year or two at this stage.” Eviston came up against some tough defenders in his time, including Shamrock Rovers’ Dermot Keely. Source: INPHO4. The school of hard knocksAfter three years with Home Farm, a 21-year-old Eviston joined Bohemians, who were managed by Billy Young at the time. And it was during his five years at Dalymount Park that the winger began to really establish himself as one of the top players in the country, scoring 31 league goals in over 100 appearances overall.“As regards enjoyment factor and playing, my first game with Bohs was down in Cork. It was the first league game. They had a back four of Martin Sheehan, he was like someone who was lured down in the mountains, there was a red beard on him, and Noel O’Mahony, God rest him. He was later Cork manager. The two of them were tough as nails.“Then you had the two full-backs, John Herrick and John Brohan, a tougher back four you could not meet, and I was thrown in as a youngster.The intimidation was awful. It was very tough. ‘I’ll break your fucking leg boy.’ You’re thinking: ‘Jaysus, where’s he coming from?’ It was nearly like playing against Dermot Keely, you always looked over your shoulder to see: ‘Where the fuck is he?’ You know?“Then you had the Dundalk team, their back four was superb as well. It was Paddy Dunning, Tommy McConville, Dermot Keely and Martin Lawlor, you didn’t mess around with them.“I nearly joined Dundalk [after Home Farm], but I remember talking to [the manager] Jim McLaughlin in the Skylon [Hotel] in Drumcondra. I said: ‘It would be easier to train in Dublin than going up to Dundalk.’ Anyway, these are the decisions you make in life.”Eviston instead moved to a Bohs side that had just won the league title, but also subsequently lost key players, including Pat Byrne and Fran O’Brien, both of whom would represent Ireland at senior level.Young’s up-and-coming team frequently challenged for honours. They finished in the top three twice during Eviston’s time there, while despite only being in his mid-20s, the Dubliner was made captain near the end of the stint. His last game was the 1983 FAI Cup final at Dalymount Park, which they lost 2-1 against Sligo Rovers, and there is a lingering sense of disappointment that for all the side’s talent, Eviston claimed just a single major trophy, the League of Ireland Cup, during his time there. Source: retroloi/YouTube5. Across the great divideIn 1983, Eviston decided to make the move to fellow Dublin side and bitter rivals of Bohs, Shamrock Rovers. The transfer was not received well by supporters, to put it mildly. And in hindsight, he admits to struggling to cope with the pressure brought on by this controversial switch.A certain anxiety, coupled with injury problems, meant Rovers never saw the best of him during his first stint there. He still managed to win a league title, the first of his career, as Jim McLaughlin’s side began their famous ‘four-in-a-row’. After a year and a half at Glenmalure Park though, he was “bombed” out. So any success he enjoyed at Milltown was bittersweet and short-lived.“Going from Bohs to Rovers was just like sacrilege,” he says. “You just didn’t do it. It was all a bit much for me.“Jim McLaughlin had come down from Dundalk, which was a huge move for him. He signed all the best players in the country basically.“I was injured most of the time. There was one match to win the league, it was in Glenmalure, I had gone over on my ankle a couple of weeks beforehand. At this stage, I had so many injuries that McLaughlin thought I was just faking it.He said: ‘How are you fixed?’ I said: ‘It’s still very sore.’ He said ‘just take that’. It was actually a protein tablet, Vivioptal. It went out years ago, as it was a pain-killer. I knew what it was as well.“I got the league medal and we were beaten in the cup final that year [by UCD] as well. At that stage, the writing was on the wall for me — it wasn’t really happening.“I think McLaughlin had regretted buying me. I had gone for a fairly decent fee across the divide from the north side to the south side so to speak — that was a huge burden at the time.“I was 25, I should have been well able to cope with it. But it was pretty hard going, especially when you came up against both sets of supporters — Bohs for leaving them and Rovers when I was there, because I was coming from Bohs.“If you’re in any way brittle, which I was at that stage, it kind of gets to you. Psychologically, it got to me a little bit. I never realised my potential there, whereas I should have.”He continues: “If someone had just grabbed me by the scruff of the neck the first time at Rovers and said: ‘Will you bloody well relax? Go out for a few pints before the game if that’s what you need to do, you’re there to go out and enjoy yourself.’“So, despite the first [league winners’ medal], I don’t really consider myself as part of that four-in-a-row.” Shamrock Rovers manager Jim McLaughlin celebrates with Paul Doolin. Source: Billy Stickland/INPHO6. One step back, two steps forwardFollowing the Rovers debacle, Eviston went “back to basics” and joined Athlone, where he linked up with Turlough O’Connor, a League of Ireland legend in his own right, with the manager going on to have a significant influence on the out-of-sorts winger’s career.At St Mel’s Park, tactical instructions were limited, and O’Connor gave Eviston “free rein,” which enabled him to thrive.“I suppose Athlone really revived my career from being down in the pits,” he says.Two years later, Eviston followed O’Connor to Dundalk, where he would spend seven years and reach his footballing peak in the process. Despite being almost 30 by the time he joined the Lilywhites, Eviston was a late developer and it was only around this point that he really began to fulfil his potential.Unlike during the failed Rovers stint, the new recruit took little time to make an impression at Oriel Park. When the team won the double in the 1987-88 season, he was named the Soccer Writers’ Personality of the Year, in addition to claiming the league title again in 1991 and two League of Ireland Cups (1987 and 1990). He scored 40 goals overall for the club, which was helped by the fact that as he grew older, Eviston tended to gravitate from the wing to a centre-forward position.I suppose when you’re younger, you have all sorts of things going on, you’re getting married and having kids, so you just get a grounding and appreciation of what matters [once you get older]. “You grow up and you just treasure every moment of it. But certainly, the medals for Dundalk, I earned them and was part of them.“I was always a winger [before] and I just went on a run of goals. Any striker will tell you need to be scoring goals and if you have a barren period and it lasts any length of time, you start to question yourself.“I don’t know what it was, [I suppose] it was the release of being back playing again with a freedom… I was free to roam around up front and just do what I pleased basically.“When we won the double, it was as close as you’ll get to playing in England, going on an open-top bus, the crowds in the streets of Dundalk, it was just phenomenal and something you’ll never forget being a part of.” Source: MLSZ TV Archív/YouTube7. European dreamIn addition to the domestic success, there were a couple of memorable Europe nights, with the Lilywhites taking on some top sides at the time, including Ajax, Red Star Belgrade and Honved FC.“I remember with Dundalk, we played Kispest Honved and there was a guy called Ricky McEvoy playing for us, he played for Rovers as well.“We were underdogs and lo and behold, we break away and Ricky unleashes a volley and scores. We’re all looking at each other and saying: ‘What’s after happening here? We’re winning the game.’ It was backs to the wall, at that stage, I was still playing on the left, and I don’t think we got outside our 18-yard box — we were defending for our lives.We came in at half-time and I’ll never forget the expression on everybody’s face, a fearful look of: ‘Oh shit, how are we 1-0 up?’ It was always backs to the wall in European games.”Given that even the top League of Ireland clubs were invariably part-time during that era, they unsurprisingly struggled more often than not in these extremely challenging circumstances.“I was at [former St Pat’s and Dundalk player] Joey Malone’s 60th there recently and [ex-Dundalk and Shamrock Rovers goalkeeper] Alan O’Neill was talking about [Paul Newe] passing the ball back to him and he actually scored an own goal. It was around 30 yards out, it sailed over Alan’s head. Source: Ajax Archief/YouTube“Ajax actually beat us 2-0 at home. Frank Stapleton was playing that time. I think he actually scored as well. They beat us 4-0 away. Frank Rijkaard was playing as well. Those nights were brilliant, a packed Oriel Park was great.“Then, for the pre-season friendlies, you had brilliant games as well. We had a game against Liverpool. At this stage, I was 35, 36, I didn’t think I’d be involved at all. It was a League of Ireland selection against Liverpool. I remember ‘Razor’ [Neil] Ruddock was coming on and he said: ‘How you doing, old guy?’“Pat Morley actually put us ahead in that game. I was on the bench. I came on for a cameo in the last 20 minutes. They equalised unfortunately. Graeme Souness was manager then, it would have been early ’90s.” Source: killianM2/YouTube8. Superstar soccerOther memorable occasions abroad included trips to far-flung places as part of a League of Ireland XI. In April 1980, Eviston was in the side that faced Argentina at River Plate Stadium. A young 19-year-old lad by the name of Diego Maradona scored the winner. A little over a year later, the Irish winger was part of the travelling party to take on Brazil in Maceió.The Argentina game, in particular, stands out in the memory. After all, Eviston and co were up against a team that had won the World Cup less than two years previously and would do so again in six years’ time.“It’s clichéd at this stage, but we did extremely well,” he says. “We were only beaten 1-0 and [Maradona] scored the goal. I remember walking through the posh district in Buenos Aires the following day. The match was on telly and we were all outside looking in at the match.“[Former Limerick City player] Pat Nolan was marking Maradona — I think Pat still has his jersey. I got the number four jersey, it was [Jorge] Olguin, he was the full-back at the ’78 World Cup.Those trips were unique. I was teaching then at that stage. There were taxi drivers, shopkeepers, postmen [in the team]. We were just part-time. It was a marvellous opportunity for us to pit ourselves against these guys who were superstars.“I suppose that’s one thing I’ll always miss — that buzz of your name being on a travelling party to go out and play these games. It was halcyon days for League of Ireland trips, brilliant trips.“The Brazil game was close enough [to the Argentina trip]. We were hammered 6-0 and Zico got four goals. That was a week-long trip for one match. We travelled all the time. I think we got one overnight stay.“So that made it for League of Ireland players. We were training Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday morning, match on Sunday — that was our routine.“We didn’t really look further than that. We were happy to do it. You got the few bob, it helped me when I was getting married, it kept things going really, a little bit of an extension to the side of the house or something, it just kept you afloat.“The ’80s were very difficult times for mortgages and stuff like that — the interest rates were 14 or 15%, we hadn’t got a bean. That added a different dimension to it, you know? Getting your few bob and it was a few bob, it wasn’t huge.”And did his employers at the school approve of these frequent away trips?“It was awkward. I had to get special leave. I wouldn’t get paid [by the school] for it, but we got expenses from the FAI or whatever. But I have to say that I was never stopped from going.“Some lads went down to New Zealand, I missed out on that one — I had cracked my ribs [playing in a game].“But we were all over the place — there was another one to Malaysia, it was a great time. I don’t think the lads now have the same opportunity.“The preparation wouldn’t have been what you have now. It was more relaxed — that’s probably a euphemism.” Source: sp1873/YouTube9. Like a fine wineAfter the hugely successful spell at Dundalk, Eviston went some way towards making up for his disappointing stint at Rovers on his return there.Aged 36, at a time when most players would be at least considering retirement, Eviston managed to enjoy some of the best moments of his career. In three years with the Hoops, the veteran star made 60 appearances, including a significant contribution to their league title win, 10 years on from first triumphing in the top flight with the Dublin side.Under the management of a former Ireland international, the late Ray Treacy, Eviston enjoyed a rather spectacular footballing Indian summer playing in the RDS and featuring alongside the talented likes of Stephen Geoghegan, Paul Osam and John Toal.“That was a real bonus, because when I was in my 30s, you could see the end coming.We had a great team. We had a mixture of experience and younger fellas. Alan [O’Neill] in goal and John Toal in the middle of the park, Gheogho up front, myself knocking in goals, whereas my first time at Rovers, I couldn’t kick snow off a rope.“To come back at 36, to be such a part of the team that won the league was fantastic.”And it didn’t even end there. After leaving Rovers in 1996, he would play for two more seasons, with Athlone and Cobh Ramblers respectively, before eventually hanging up his boots at the age of 40.“I actually finished my playing days in Cobh, believe it or not. People were saying: ‘What in God’s name are you doing going down there for at 40 years of age?’“It’s just in your blood. You don’t know what to do at the weekend. To be honest, last night I was hovering around the house and I ended up going to watch a jazz band up in Raheny. It’s very hard to fill the vacuum and I’m out of the game a long time now.“It’s that buzz of going training, the craic in the dressing room, match days, getting yourself right and not in my case, but letting the hair down after the game. It was a great cycle of playing football, win or lose.“You become a bit… Institutionalised is probably the wrong word to use, but you become very accustomed to the routine.” Eviston has managed Shamrock Rovers, Athlone Town, Dundalk and Raheny United. Source: Andrew Paton/INPHO10. Managing expectationsAfter retiring (and even slightly before then), Eviston combined his day job as a teacher with coaching. He was briefly player-manager of both Shamrock Rovers and Athlone Town in the mid-to-late ’90s, and also spent a year in charge of Dundalk between 1999 and 2000.In 2004, Eviston returned to the League of Ireland as an assistant manager to Roddy Collins at Dublin City, before following him to Shamrock Rovers later that same year. None of those jobs lasted for a sustained period, however, and he admits to finding the “politics” involved frustrating.“I know some guys take to management, they love every minute of it and it becomes a bit of an addiction. I suppose if things had worked out differently, I might have stayed longer in it. But I didn’t.”There was one further job for Eviston, however, and it saw him claim silverware for the first and only time so far in his managerial career. In 2013, he guided Raheny United Ladies (who have since merged with Shelbourne Ladies) to a FAI Cup triumph, as they beat Castlebar Celtic 3-2 after extra-time.Women’s football in Ireland has made considerable progress since then, and Eviston was delighted to see Cork City — a team he remembers beating 9-0 — improve to the extent that they lifted the FAI Cup last year. However, five years ago, the game was not looking as healthy as it is now, and Eviston quickly grew disillusioned, owing to the lack of genuinely competitive fixtures.There were two decent teams at the time, ourselves and Peamount, and after that, there was a huge gulf,” he says.“We were unbeaten and it’s not that we were unbeaten against top-quality sides. To maintain sincere energy for that is quite difficult.”But at 60, Eviston’s enthusiasm for football in general has not diminished by any means. He has a Uefa B license in coaching and when asked about the possibility of a return to the League of Ireland, he says “never say never”.And interestingly, having retired from full-time teaching last year, Eviston recently spent time “doing a few coaching courses”. An Everton side that had recently won the 1995 FA Cup final played against Eviston for his testimonial. Source: EMPICS Sport11. The Royle treatmentWhatever the Dundalk legend does next is almost bound to be second-best to playing, however. During this interview, Eviston on more than one occasion notes the cyclical nature of his career — from flopping at Rovers to going back to the same club a decade later and silencing the doubters by winning an improbable fourth league title, to making one of his first appearances at Home Farm against Everton, his childhood team, and facing the same opposition for his testimonial nearly 20 years later. He remembers the latter occasion with particular fondness — the Toffees had just upset a Manchester United side, which included the young lad Eviston came up against at Forest, Roy Keane, beating the Red Devils 1-0 in the FA Cup final.“They were a top side, but it was an end-of-season thing for them as well,” he explains. “They were in town for the weekend. But I remember we met the Everton team in Anabel’s [nightclub]. I was toing and froing, talking to Joe Royle or whatever.“I had remembered going over to see Joe Royle [during his playing days] against Spurs in 1970, the year they won the league. The centre half for Spurs was kicking lumps out of him.“I met him [after the testimonial] and said: ‘If you want to come back to the house…’ I didn’t think anything of it, but I remember the story ran in the paper afterwards in The Tribune — we were all there, [ex-Dundalk player] Barry Keogh, Alan O’Neill, a few friends to help me with the testimonial. We were having an old sing-song or whatever and the doorbell rings at 4am. It’s a taxi with Joe Royle and the backroom staff. We ended up having rasher sandwiches in the kitchen.My youngest son Rory used to collect the Premier League stickers. I woke him up early and he said [pointing at Joe Royle] — I got him in the stickers.”As we chat, Eviston looks proudly at a trophy presented to him in 1997 by Athlone Town to mark his 100th League of Ireland goal, a record that puts him in the all-time top 50 scorers in the competition. A year later, he would score his final goal at 40 — nearly 20 years ago now.“The last one was down in Cobh, a diving header,” he says. “Someone said I was falling anyway, but I put it down to a diving header.“I was like a kid when I scored, I’m a bit embarrassed looking back, the celebrations nearly took the wind out of me. The old fellas would say: ‘Let him go running, we’re going to save our energy.’ The simple things in life, hitting the back of the onion sack, it’s a great feeling for anyone who has played.”The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! Our ranking of the top 18 transfers between League of Ireland clubs for 2018>‘People think it’s negative coming back to Ireland – I think of it as another bounce forward’> Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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first_imgThere are no northside DARTs running today or tomorrow If you were planning to take the DART, you can’t. Unless you live on the southside. By Daragh Brophy Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Short URL Share Tweet Email4 Saturday 29 Apr 2017, 7:30 AM Apr 29th 2017, 7:30 AM Image: Shutterstock/Olena Zaskochenko This handsome man is a stock image, and that’s not an actual DART station. If you must, please look below for a picture of a DART. Image: Shutterstock/Olena Zaskochenko 23,369 Views 18 Comments This handsome man is a stock image, and that’s not an actual DART station. If you must, please look below for a picture of a DART. http://jrnl.ie/3364206 THERE ARE SOME major changes to rail services in the Dublin area and further up the east coast this weekend.It’s due to engineering works taking place between Killester and Skerries, in the north of Dublin county.There are also line improvement works taking place on the Heuston line.Here’s what’s happening with the DART today and tomorrow:DART services will operate between Dublin Connolly, Bray and Greystones onlyThere will be no train service between Dublin Connolly, Malahide and Howth(Dublin bus will accept valid rail tickets for travel within the affected DART route).For Drogheda and Dundalk passengers: Today: An hourly timetable will operate between Dundalk/Drogheda and Skerries with connecting bus transfers to/from Donabate and Connolly Station.Tomorrow: An amended timetable will operate between Dundalk/Drogheda and Skerries with connecting bus transfers to/from Donabate and Connolly Station.Belfast train: Enterprise services will operate to/from Drogheda, a direct bus transfer will operate to/from Drogheda and Dublin Connolly. Source: Sam BoalHeuston line Line improvement works are taking place on the Dublin to Cork line, focusing on the area between Hazelhatch (near Celbridge) and Thurles.There are changes to a number of services as a result today. Full details on the Irish Rail website.Read: EU President’s letter: Britain must settle ‘people, money and Ireland’ first >Read: Trouble for Le Pen as her replacement steps aside amid allegations of Holocaust denial >last_img read more

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The Windows Start Menu Will Soon Run in Its Own Process

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first_img Review: ‘Gears 5’ Brings a Fresh Perspective to the FranchiseToy Tuesday: The Best ‘Gears of War’ Toys Stay on target Microsoft is preparing to make a very big change to Windows 10. It’s huge, really… and yet you may never realize that things are any different once it arrives.The Start Menu is finally going to run in its own process. Windows Insiders spotted the change in build 1903, which should start rolling out to the general public next month.That’s not something that you’re likely to notice as you go about your business in Windows 10, but it’s important for a couple of reasons.To understand why, you only need to look as far as your web browser. Google Chrome runs every tab you open in a separate process. If a web page you have open in one tab happens to go off the rails it won’t affect all your other tabs.The same is true for any browser based on the open source Chromium code, like Vivaldi, Opera, and even the next incarnation of Microsoft Edge. Firefox separates tabs into individual processes by default, too.Likewise, splitting the Start Menu off on its own should ensure that you can still click in to it even if the Windows shell gets tripped up on something.That isn’t how the Start Menu currently works. It’s still lumped in with other parts of the Windows interface including the taskbar and Windows Explorer.Four Explorer windows running as separate processes. Soon you’ll see a process called Start, too.Speaking of Explorer, that’s where Microsoft started laying the groundwork for this tweak. An option was introduced way back in Windows 7 that allows you to launch file browser instances in separate processes.It hasn’t been enabled by default, but that’s going to change soon. Isolating the Start Menu isn’t the only multiprocess tweak Microsoft has made in the May 2019 update. They’ve finally checked the box above for you too.More on Geek.com:Windows 10 May Learn to Automatically Remove Updates That Bork Your PCSkype’s Background Blur Hides Embarrassing EnvironmentsMicrosoft Goes Minimal With All-Digital Disc-Less Xbox One Slast_img read more

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Columbia Ventures leases shuttered West Linn paper mill

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first_imgVancouver-based Columbia Ventures Corporation has acquired the assets of the shuttered paper mill in West Linn, Ore., entered into a five-year lease to rent the property, and plans to restart operations.Columbia Ventures announced the news in a press release Wednesday. The mill will be operated by a new subsidiary called Willamette Falls Paper Company.The new company owns the mill’s three paper machines, which have a combined potential capacity of 260,000 tons. The company will restart just one of them, but plans to eventually scale up to run two or all three machines if things go well.The West Linn mill shut its doors in 2017 and is one of several paper mills in the Portland region that have either closed or substantially scaled back in recent years, including the nearby Blue Heron paper mill in Oregon City and George-Pacific’s Camas paper mill.But Columbia Ventures CEO Ken Peterson said he sees several potential opportunities to give the West Linn plant a new lease on life.“There have been a lot of changes in the industry since it went down,” he said. “This is a cyclical industry.”The West Linn plant is the only West Coast producer of coated freesheet paper — the type of paper used in magazines — and the number of competitors nationwide is decreasing, Peterson said, noting that paper producer Verso recently announced that it would close a large paper mill in Luke, Md., that specialized in coated freesheet.last_img read more

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Dejan Lovren from Croatia mocks Madrid Ramos and Spain team

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first_imgCroatia defender Dejan Lovren has mocked Sergio Ramos and Spain after his country’s win against La Furia Roja.Lovren was celebrating Croatia’s thrilling 3-2 win over Spain that keeps their hopes of UEFA Nations League success alive, though he seemed more preoccupied with aiming a dig at Ramos.“Elbowed him good,’ said Lovren on an Instagram live, according to the Metro.“Haha! 3-2! Go ahead and talk now buddy. Buddy! They are a bunch of p******.’Covering the Spain flag stitched into his shirt, Lovren continued, saying: ‘Only this side [Croatia] is worthy. Now to beat England and walk out like a boss!’The bad blood between the Lovren and Ramos dates back to last season’s UEFA Champions League final where Ramos injured Lovren’s teammate and good friend Mohamed Salah, before going on to mock the reaction to his challenge.Gerard Pique, Neymar, BarcelonaLa Liga Betting: Match-day 4 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Despite it being very early into La Liga season, both Barcelona and Real Madrid have had unprecedented starts to their campaigns. With this in…The former Southampton defender later questioned the recognition Ramos received and claimed that the Real Madrid captain was lucky to play for a team where his mistakes aren’t as costly as his own.“He has many more mistakes than me but he’s at Real Madrid,” said Lovren earlier this month. “With Ronaldo, when you make a mistake, it’s 5-1, 5-2 and nobody sees the mistake.”Meanwhile, Ramos said he would respond to Lovren’s jibes during his pre-match press conference, right before taking a dig at the Liverpool defender for losing both the Champions League final and World Cup final within a matter of months“I’ve said it many times, I don’t know if these things are said out of frustration or for other reasons,’ said Ramos.“I’m not going to answer Lovren or whoever wants to win three front pages or start the news bulletin. Everyone wins things for himself on the pitch.”last_img read more

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Fire smokes out downtown area

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first_imgA quick-thinking neighbor called 911 when he saw a west Vancouver house in flames Thursday evening — then climbed onto the roof of a home next door to the burning one and used a garden hose to protect its roof.“There was smoke everywhere,” Kevin Noel, 21, said later. “I could barely breathe. I was spraying my shirt to breathe through. You could feel the heat a good 15 feet away. I thought the flames might shoot out from around the corner.”At 6:11 p.m., the Vancouver Fire Department was called to 2306 Thompson Ave., just west of the BNSF Railway tracks and a few blocks north of Mill Plain Boulevard, said Capt. Chris Moen.The fire south of Fruit Valley Road and Fourth Plain Boulevard pumped acrid smoke throughout most of downtown Vancouver.The first crews arrived in six minutes to find heavy smoke belching from a fire in the attic and large flames erupting from the roof of the two-story house, which faces a paved alley between Thompson and Simpson avenues.In addition, the wood fences of two adjoining houses were only about six feet from the walls of the burning house, and the houses themselves were only another six feet from the fences.last_img read more

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Vancouver woman pleads not guilty in 2010 fatal hit and run

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first_imgA Vancouver woman accused of helping her husband flee a crash that ultimately killed his passenger pleaded not guilty Tuesday to felony hit and run charges.Summoned to appear, Sarah D. Graham, 37, was arraigned on charges of hit and run involving a death, rendering criminal assistance and making a false statement to a public servant.Trial was set for May 14.Judge Rich Melnick appointed attorney Steven Rucker to represent her.The charges relate to an Oct. 16, 2010, incident in Amboy in which Graham’s husband, Jason Brock Graham, 37, is accused of driving recklessly when he lost control of the car and hit a tree. His passenger and good friend, Harold Sloan Blanchard, 27, was injured and left trapped in the car. He died a week later in the hospital.Jason Graham is already charged with vehicular homicide and felony hit and run. His trial is also scheduled for May 14.On Tuesday, prosecutors recommended Graham be placed on supervised release pending trial. Melnick granted the request.Prosecutors allege that following the crash, Jason Graham left the scene on foot before paramedics and deputies arrived. He called his wife from his cellphone to pick him up.When Sarah Graham drove into the area, she was stopped by a sheriff’s deputy, who told her she needed to take a detour because of the crash scene. During the conversation, court papers allege, she told the deputy she was visiting friends in the area.last_img read more

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Backtoschool fashion show held in Miami Lakes

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first_imgMIAMI LAKES, FLA. (WSVN) – Young models strutted down a runway in Miami Lakes to help get children ready to go back to school in style.Thirteen-year-old actor and model Jahkiyla Atwaters hosted her second annual “Jump with Jahkiyla Back to School Kids Fashion Show,” Saturday.Children from across Miami-Dade County gathered at the Don Shula Hotel to showcase their talents and model in what they think back to school looks like.But, Atwaters said, this fashion show serves a greater purpose. “We’re trying to have people donate school supplies and give back to the community, basically,” she said.Boys and girls hit the runway showing off their talents. Some even made speeches regarding bullying and other important issues students face.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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Sprawling Robot Climbs Walls Crawls Like a Turtle

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first_imgStay on target Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. If James Bond were a robot, he’d be the Rising STAR.An upgrade to David Zarrouk’s original sprawl-tuned autonomous robot (STAR), RSTAR has an added degree of freedom: its body can move separately from its legs.It sounds crazy, I know; humans can’t separate their torso from their limbs without suffering long-term health issues. But this wee bot can do things people only dream of.AdChoices广告The latest in a series of sprawling robots from Zarrouk, a professor at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, RSTAR’s new functionality alters its center of mass, enabling advanced behaviors.“Not only can the robot climb over larger obstacles without flipping over, but it can also climb vertically up closely spaced walls and ‘crawl’ through narrow gaps by adopting a legged walking gait,” according to a report by IEEE Spectrum.See for yourself in Zarrouk’s video, which highlights RSTAR’s abilities (none of which are autonomous—yet).As director of Ben-Gurion’s Bioinspired and Medical Robotics Laboratory, Zarrouk has led the creation of several unique designs, including a single-motor steerable android and a multi-joined cyborg arm, powered by a traveling motor.In May, he presented Rising STAR at the 2018 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) in Brisbane.“We were looking to increase the capabilities of STAR in overcoming obstacles by adding a simple mechanism with one motor,” Zarrouk wrote in an email to IEEE Spectrum. “We quickly converged to the concept of extending the distance between the wheels to the body.”That so-called “sprawl” allows for the robot’s legs to be angled (adjustably) downward and outward from the body—a simple yet highly effective change.Just two months after unveiling their next-gen machine, the team is already eyeing additional upgrades, including the use of machine learning algorithms to teach simple maneuvers.In the future, Zarrouk hopes to put the STAR family of bots to work, performing search and rescue operations, “especially in unstructured environments such as collapsed buildings or flooded areas,” he said.“We built RSTAR having in mind that it should be simple, reliable,” Zarrouk continued. “And that it should be able to overcome multiple commonly available obstacles without any external mechanical intervention.”center_img Robot Dog Astro Can Sit, Lie Down, and Save LivesYou Can’t Squish This Cockroach-Inspired Robot last_img read more

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Intel Just Poured 740 Million Into Cloudera But What Is It

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first_img Cloudera just raised a whole bunch of money — $900 million, to be exact.Intel alone invested $740 million for an 18 percent stake and says it’s going to make the Palo Alto, Calif.-based company its main distributor of Hadoop software.So, what is this company that’s getting so much investor love? And what is Hadoop, for that matter?Related: How 2014 Will Be The Year To Monetize Big DataCloudera gives clients a place to store process and analyze Big Data. The company helps its clients use Hadoop to derive value from large quantities of information that cannot easily be handled by traditional data processing systems.Hadoop is an open-source software developed by Google to make sense of large quantities of different types of complex data. Cloudera and rivals such as Pivotal and HortonWorks use the software as part of their approach to helping clients manage Big Data.Related: 5 Ways Data Can Help You Stay Ahead of the GameIntel was promoting its own custom version of Hadoop but will no longer do so as a result of the deal.Cloudera, now valued at $4.1 billion, is expected to go public later this year.Related: IBM to Open Up Jeopardy Winner Watson’s ‘Brain’ for Everyone March 31, 2014 Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. 2 min read Enroll Now for Freelast_img read more

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Solving the humanjaguar conundrum farm by farm

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first_imgRelated posts:Police remove crocodile from Guanacaste river where tourists swam Police rescue 4 parakeets from suffocation in Guanacaste Costa Rica starts aid distribution to Guanacaste farmers stricken by drought WATCH: Sea turtles come ashore to nest by the thousands at Costa Rica’s Ostional beach It’s not easy for humans and wildlife to live next to each other, and in Costa Rica, one of the primary examples of this has long been the conflict between people and jaguars. However, a project getting under way in Guanacaste and the Osa Peninsula – Costa Rica’s northwestern and southwestern regions, respectively – is trying to ease tensions between farmers, or ranchers, and jaguars. The objective of the program, sponsored by the National University (UNA), is to find ways for farmers to protect their cattle without killing the big cats.The human-jaguar struggle dates back to the introduction of cattle by the Spaniards, but worsened in the 1970s when the Costa Rican government inadvertently placed the two species at odds through simultaneous programs: One, a homesteading initiative, encouraged farmers to set up shop in isolated and inhospitable places, thus infringing on animals’ habitats; the other, the country’s budding conservation movement, designated protected areas and refuges in those same areas. In recent years, a number of initiatives have emerged to try to address the problem and provide farmers and communities with alternatives while protecting jaguars.Today, the situation is bad in Osa, said Carolina Sáenz-Bolaños, who coordinates the UNA Jaguar Program. Hunting, gold mining, loss of habitat and loss of prey have reduced the population there. In Guanacaste, on the other hand, jaguar numbers seem to be increasing, along with the risk of conflict. The idea of this latest initiative of the Jaguar Program is to work with local people in both regions to show that they can live with wildlife while also protecting their cattle and other domestic animals. In the weeks to come, Sáenz-Bolaños and colleagues will meet with farmers and ranchers at cattle auctions to explain the project and test their interest.Similar programs are working in Venezuela, Brazil, Mexico and other places, but need to be adapted to Costa Rica and to the size and type of farming in the target areas. Some solutions are easier than others. For example, explained Sáenz-Bolaños, if the cattle drink in a river, farmers can provide them with water in a more secure area. Corrals can be used to protect cattle, especially at night. Radio music will make the cats think people are nearby. Dividing a pasture into quarters and moving the cattle every day will make them harder to find. Lights, even firecrackers, can be useful in keeping jaguars at bay. Burros, or donkeys, can be added to the herd, because they make noise that alerts the cattle about the presence of cats; older cows and bulls with big horns tend to warn off jaguars as well, and moving cattle away from wooded areas will also help.And then there are water buffalo.  In Venezuela, Sáenz-Bolaños said, they have herds of buffalo that are able to resist attacks yet provide as much milk as cows, if not more, and Costa Rica has herds of its own that provide an alternative here as well.These are a few of the tricks that keep cattle safe. However, Sáenz-Bolaños said program workers will analyze each participating farm by size, location and other factors to determine the best methods.The Jaguar Program is part of a larger, umbrella organization, the International Institute for Conservation and Managing Wildlife (ICOMVIS), an interdisciplinary program that borrows students and teachers from different departments to study and implement conservation projects. Their work with jaguars began in 1990 in Corcovado National Park to study their habits and food sources.  Later, they began using cameras to capture images of the cats and identify them.Jaguars range through forested areas, in the Caribbean area, Osa, Guanacaste and national parks. Their diet is meat; wild pigs are most common, but monkeys, deer, turtles, sloths and other animals also are prey. The powerful cats can weigh up to 200 pounds. The brown-colored pumas, or mountain lions, are smaller and share wooded areas with jaguars. Both species are endangered and protected.Another new phase of the Jaguar Program is educational outreach to address underlying cultural issues. Education students and teachers from UNA have been working with schools in the areas to show that jaguars and pumas are not the terror that legends and tales speak of, but are part of an ecosystem.“If the children learn now, when they are small, they will be less likely to hunt them or destroy their environment” later on, Sáenz-Bolaños said. A coloring book about the life of jaguars is one of the tools the program uses. Teachers write stories about jaguars, and students have used radio campaigns and other media to reach the public.“It’s about changing the mentality of the people,” Sáenz-Bolaños explained. “People trust the university and have been receptive.” Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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first_imgA fire broke out at 12:23 on Monday in a Paphos scrapyard packed with abandoned cars.Although it was eventually brought under control, the fire caused extensive damage and investigations into the cause are still ongoing, Paphos CID chief Mihalis Ioannou told the Cyprus News Agency.The scrapyard, owned by a 40-year-old permanent resident in Paphos, is in the Ayia Varvaras industrial area.“There is no danger of expansion of the fire,” Fire Service spokesman, Andreas Kettis said earlier in the day.“Damages are hard to estimate at the moment, as the cars were abandoned and immobilised,” he said.Fire-fighters used three fire trucks to tackle the blaze with heavy winds hampering their task.One truck remained at the scene in case the fire flared up again.Members of the Fire Brigade and two police officers are investigating the causes of the fire.   You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoClassmates.comLook For Any High School Yearbook, It’s FreeClassmates.comUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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PwC presents new technology consulting microsite

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first_imgPwC Cyprus has recently launched its new technology consulting microsite focusing on supporting businesses to identify and solve IT related challenges and understand the strategic potential of Information Technology.“Companies that understand the strategic potential of Information Technology (IT) integrate IT in all aspects of their operations,” PwC said in an announcement.To drive value from technology, companies need to transform the way IT works for them, reducing costs, increasing efficiency and making it easier for their IT function to respond to the needs of the organisation, the announcement said.“The potential of IT to transform business is enormous,” said Christos Tsolakis, risk assurance consulting partner at PwC Cyprus.“Technology can be the basis of competitive advantage which will help to address the challenges of the current economic environment. Organisations that will not gain from the benefits of Technology and do not address the information and security risks, may inevitably be affected by operational, reputation, trust and brand value issues,” he added.Visit www.pwc.com.cy/technology-consultingYou May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementCardiologist: This Is What Happens When You Eat GlutenGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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