Money and jewellery stolen during Strabane burglary

first_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleUnited Ireland a certainty after nationalist gain in NI – KennyNext articleMcGlynn and Burke to fight for North West Cross crown News Highland Google+ Pinterest Pinterest Google+ Homepage BannerNews Twitter A sum of cash and jewellery has been stolen during a burglary at a house in Strabane on Wednesday.Its reported that entry was gained to the property on the Urney Road sometime between midday and 9pm.The house was ransacked and a number of items stolen.Detectives investigating are asking anyone who noticed any unusual activity in the area or anyone with any information which could assist them with their enquiries to contact them at Strand Road on 101. Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th center_img Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Money and jewellery stolen during Strabane burglary Twitter Facebook DL Debate – 24/05/21 By News Highland – December 13, 2019 WhatsApp WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programmelast_img read more

Watch Bob Weir And Eric Krasno Join Steve Kimock & Friends In California

first_img“My Sisters and Brothers”“Bertha” with Eric KrasnoJam with Eric Krasno[H/T Jambase] On Sunday night, Steve Kimock & Friends performed in Mill Valley, California, at Sweetwater Music Hall for an after party following a screening of the new Grateful Dead documentary, Long Strange Trip , directed by Amir Bar-Lev and executive produced by Martin Scorsese. For the afterparty, Kimock tapped singer Leslie Mendelson, guitarist Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz, keys and bass guitar player Pete Sears, drummer John Kimock and bassist Bobby Vega to join as his “friends” for the performance. However, fans who made it out were treated to sit-ins by two special surprise guests: Bob Weir and Eric Krasno.New Grateful Dead Documentary, ‘Long Strange Trip,’ To Play At Theaters Across The U.S. For One Day OnlyThe Grateful Dead guitarist, Bob Weir, came out at the start of the show, helping out for the two opening numbers, “Bird Song” and “Blue Bayou.” Weir then left, leaving Kimock & Friends to make their way through “That’s What Love Will Make You Do” and “My Sisters and Brothers.” Fresh off his performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre with Lettuce the night before, Eric Krasno then emerged, joining the band for the final two numbers of the set, “Bertha” and “Scarlet Begonias.” Rather than making his leave, Krasno came back for Steve Kimock & Friend’s second set, which saw the musicians perform classics from the Grateful Dead catalog, “Tennessee Jed,” “Deal,” and “Crazy Fingers” before the closing sequence of “Shakedown Street” jammed through to “Not Fade Away.”Lettuce Rages Red Rocks With Ghostface Killah, George Porter Jr., John Scofield, And More [Photos/Videos]You can check out videos from last night’s Steve Kimock & Friends show below, courtesy of Stephen Mucelli, along with a setlist via S. Friedman on Jambase.Setlist: Steve Kimock & Friends with Bob Weir and Eric Krasno | Sweetwater Music Hall | Mill Valley, CA | 5/14/2017Set One: Bird Song (w/Bob Weir), Blue Bayou (w/Bob Weir), That’s What Love Will Make You Do, My Sisters and Brothers, Bertha (Eric Krasno joins for rest of show), Scarlet BegoniasSet Two: Tennessee Jed, Deal, Crazy Fingers, Shakedown Street > Not Fade Away“Bird Song” with Bob Weir “Blue Bayou” with Bob Weirlast_img read more

MPR speaker meets with OJK to discuss guarantee schemes for insurance customers

first_imgPeople’s Consultative Assembly (MPR) Speaker Bambang Soesatyo has voiced his support for the Financial Services Authority’s (OJK) plan to create a policy guarantee agency (LPP) to protect insurance customers’ funds.Bambang, who had a meeting with OJK commissioners on Monday, said the establishment of the institution could help restore public trust in the insurance industry. This follows the recent investment mismanagement cases of state-owned insurers PT Asuransi Jiwasraya and Asuransi Sosial Angkatan Bersenjata Republik Indonesia (Asabri).Jiwasraya’s investment mismanagement led to the insurer incurring negative equity and being unable to pay its policyholders’ claims, which totaled Rp 16 trillion (US$1.17 billion) as of January. Although Asabri has still managed to pay its claims, its investment mismanagement led it to suffer a loss of Rp 10 trillion. Read also: OJK boss promises regulation, supervision reform amid Jiwasraya fiasco Bambang also said the LPP could create a sense of security for customers, like the Deposit Insurance Corporation (LPS) did for the banking industry by guaranteeing customers’ funds in times of crisis and when money exits the financial system.It would also help the OJK to reform the insurance industry as part of its efforts to reform the nonbanking financial services industry.“The Jiwasraya and Asabri cases could make customers afraid to put their money in the insurance industry, so the OJK must reform the industry immediately,” Bambang said.He said the institution could help the OJK to strengthen its supervision of the insurance industry, especially insurers’ investment management, as he deemed investment action plans and risk management to be at the heart of the industry.“A healthy industry could increase the circulation of money in the market and boost economic activity in the country,” Bambang added.Topics :last_img read more