Tell the truth

first_imgAS Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and his staff prepare the argument in favor of the phone-tax initiative on the February ballot, we have an important request of him: Please, Mr. Mayor, tell the truth. So far, no one in City Hall has been honest about this tax initiative. The city gets about $270 million a year from a 10 percent tax on phone usage, but a court is likely to soon rule the tax illegal. When the tax is struck down, Los Angeles will lose a source of revenue it has counted on as it ramped up its policies of giving away the treasury to employees and developers. This is when the truth started getting trampled. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.The biggest lie is that the situation is a “fiscal emergency.” There can’t be an emergency until the current law is actually struck down, but the false claim of a crisis allowed the politicians to put it on the Feb. 5 presidential primary ballot. The second big lie, and one that the public is likely to be bludgeoned with over the next few months, is that this is a tax cut. To make the tax more attractive, the mayor and his team cynically cooked up the idea of a 9 percent replacement phone tax so that the campaign could say that the new phone tax was actually a cut. But the new tax is broader than the original one, and could end up costing Angelenos more. This is a watershed moment in Villaraigosa’s career. He has the choice to be honest about the tax and tell people how he’s going to spend the $270 million – out of his $7 billion budget – for their benefit. Or he can be dishonest and claim it’s a “cut,” and if he doesn’t get it, he will fire cops and firefighters and stop trimming trees, paving streets or doing anything else that provides broad public benefit. Already City Hall is gearing up a campaign of lies and gross distortions. Villaraigosa can do better. He can admit the money will fulfill the overly generous new contracts for city workers, the free cars for city employees and politicians’ staffs, the junkets, the subsidies to luxury hotels. Better still, he could promise to clean up City Hall, to bring salaries and benefits in line with the private sector, and free up far more than $270 million to spend for public benefit. Please, Mr. Mayor, level with the people. Honesty really is the best policy.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Around Whittier

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat KingsDon’t toss that cell phone; donate it NORWALK – The Norwalk Senior Center’s PREP (Phone Recycling Enhancement Program) has been successful in keeping more than 300 cell phones out of landfills. More than $400 has been raised from recycling used cell phones to enhance programming at the center. The center is still collecting. Phones can be turned in at the center from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, or 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at 14040 San Antonio Drive. The Norwalk City Hall, Norwalk Social Service Center and the Arts and Sports Complex are also drop sites. SOUTH EL MONTE – The 19th annual Bill Bell Bird Walk will be held at 8 a.m. Dec. 15 at the Whittier Narrows Nature Center, 1000 N. Durfee Ave. Although Bell retired as editor of the Whittier Daily News in July, the Whittier Area Chapter of the National Audubon Society will continue with the bird walk and Bell will continue to participate this year, said Cathy Walters, chapter president and leader of the event. The group will meet in the Nature Center parking lot. Participants need not be experienced birders. The walk, which lasts 90 minutes to two hours, will be followed by light refreshments in the Nature Center building. Participants should dress comfortably and casually. Bring binoculars or scopes if you have them, but the regular birders are quite generous in sharing their expertise and views of birds through their scopes, said audubon officer Linda Oberholtzer. Don’t toss that cell phone; donate it NORWALK – The Norwalk Senior Center’s PREP (Phone Recycling Enhancement Program) has been successful in keeping more than 300 cell phones out of landfills. More than $400 has been raised from recycling used cell phones to enhance programming at the center. The center is still collecting. Phones can be turned in at the center from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, or 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at 14040 San Antonio Drive. The Norwalk City Hall, Norwalk Social Service Center and the Arts and Sports Complex are also drop sites. The program is sponsored by the National Council on Aging, the National Institute of Senior Centers, the Norwalk Senior Commission and the city of Norwalk. For information, call (562) 929-5580. Adoption meetings open to families LOS ANGELES – Families curious about open adoption are invited to attend an adoption information session sponsored by the Independent Adoption Center, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 12 at the IAC’s Los Angeles office at 5777 W. Century Blvd., Suite 1450. At the session, an experienced adoption professional will discuss open adoption from the initial stages through finalization. Parents who have recently adopted will share their experience and take questions. Reservations are required. For information or to make reservations, call (800) 571-2913. University Women to host boutique LA HABRA HEIGHTS – The holiday luncheon meeting of the Whittier Branch of the American Association of University Women, together with the Montebello and Brea/La Habra branches, will be at 11 a.m. Dec. 15 at the Hacienda Golf Club, 718 East Road. A boutique featuring a large selection of handcrafted products such as scarves, dolls tea cozies, Christmas ornaments and baked goods, as well as “regifted” items, will precede the luncheon. Seasonal entertainment will be provided by the Tapestry Hand Bell Choir. Cost is $25. Reservations may be made by Saturday by e-mail at fswalk@verizonmail.com or by phone at (562) 693-8535. Seniors eligible for free shots LA MIRADA – The city of La Mirada, in conjunction with the Los Angeles Department of Health and Human Services and the Red Cross, will be offering free flu shots for seniors ages 50 and older, and those who have a chronic illness. Flu shots will be given from 1 to 4 p.m. Tuesday at the La Mirada Activity Center, 13810 La Mirada Blvd. Participants must call to register for an appointment this year. For information, call the La Mirada Activity Center at (562) 902-3160 or visit cityoflamirada.org. District board sets special meeting SANTA FE SPRINGS – The Little Lake City School District Board of Education has scheduled a special meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the District Office Board Room, 10515 S. Pioneer Blvd. The purpose of the meeting is the presentation of school plans for the 2007-08 school year. The meeting is open to the public. – From staff reports 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The program is sponsored by the National Council on Aging, the National Institute of Senior Centers, the Norwalk Senior Commission and the city of Norwalk. For information, call (562) 929-5580. Adoption meetings open to families LOS ANGELES – Families curious about open adoption are invited to attend an adoption information session sponsored by the Independent Adoption Center, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 12 at the IAC’s Los Angeles office at 5777 W. Century Blvd., Suite 1450. At the session, an experienced adoption professional will discuss open adoption from the initial stages through finalization. Parents who have recently adopted will share their experience and take questions. Reservations are required. For information or to make reservations, call (800) 571-2913. University Women to host boutique LA HABRA HEIGHTS – The holiday luncheon meeting of the Whittier Branch of the American Association of University Women, together with the Montebello and Brea/La Habra branches, will be at 11 a.m. Dec. 15 at the Hacienda Golf Club, 718 East Road. A boutique featuring a large selection of handcrafted products such as scarves, dolls tea cozies, Christmas ornaments and baked goods, as well as “regifted” items, will precede the luncheon. Seasonal entertainment will be provided by the Tapestry Hand Bell Choir. Cost is $25. Reservations may be made by Saturday by e-mail at fswalk@verizonmail.com or by phone at (562) 693-8535. Seniors eligible for free shots LA MIRADA – The city of La Mirada, in conjunction with the Los Angeles Department of Health and Human Services and the Red Cross, will be offering free flu shots for seniors ages 50 and older, and those who have a chronic illness. Flu shots will be given from 1 to 4 p.m. Tuesday at the La Mirada Activity Center, 13810 La Mirada Blvd. Participants must call to register for an appointment this year. For information, call the La Mirada Activity Center at (562) 902-3160 or visit cityoflamirada.org. District board sets special meeting SANTA FE SPRINGS – The Little Lake City School District Board of Education has scheduled a special meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the District Office Board Room, 10515 S. Pioneer Blvd. The purpose of the meeting is the presentation of school plans for the 2007-08 school year. The meeting is open to the public. – From staff reports 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!,SOUTH EL MONTE – The 19th annual Bill Bell Bird Walk will be held at 8 a.m. Dec. 15 at the Whittier Narrows Nature Center, 1000 N. Durfee Ave. Although Bell retired as editor of the Whittier Daily News in July, the Whittier Area Chapter of the National Audubon Society will continue with the bird walk and Bell will continue to participate this year, said Cathy Walters, chapter president and leader of the event. The group will meet in the Nature Center parking lot. Participants need not be experienced birders. The walk, which lasts 90 minutes to two hours, will be followed by light refreshments in the Nature Center building. Participants should dress comfortably and casually. Bring binoculars or scopes if you have them, but the regular birders are quite generous in sharing their expertise and views of birds through their scopes, said audubon officer Linda Oberholtzer. last_img read more

CAP REFORMS HAVE MAJOR IMPLICATIONS FOR DONEGAL FARMERS – PAT THE COPE

first_imgIreland North West MEP Pat the Cope Gallagher has said the political agreement brokered this week by the European Parliament, the European Commission and the Irish Presidency on the Reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) will have major implications here.Mr. Gallagher said today: “I am pleased that a political agreement has been finalised under the Irish Presidency as this Reform will have major implications for farmers, their families, the agri-food sector and rural communities throughout the North West and Donegal.“As the dust settles on the agreement it is clear that significant aspects of the new CAP including its implementation and interpretation will be down to the Irish Government and the Minister. “Member States will be afforded the necessary flexibility under the new CAP to work with the specificities of their individual sectors. This must result in equality and fairness in the distribution of direct payments and it is essential that the Minister fully engages with farmers over the coming months to ensure that this is the case.The political agreement includes the following provisions of importance to farmers in the North West:1. A new system of direct payments including a move away from historical references to an area based payment and greening of 30%.2. Flexibility for Member States to implement internal convergence whereby every farmer reaches a minimum payment of 60% of a national or regional average by 2019, with losses capped at 30%. 3. Up to 30% of basic payments under pillar one will be dependent on compliance with new Greening measures.4. The introduction of a mandatory scheme for young farmers (those under 40) including a top up payment of up to 25% for the first five years of installation.5. A streamline menu of rural development measures under Pillar 2 which will be co-financed by the State. Under the menu of options the State can support activity such as the LEADER programme, mountain areas, forestry, farm modernisation, farm safety, farm advisory services and innovation in the agricultural sector.  CAP REFORMS HAVE MAJOR IMPLICATIONS FOR DONEGAL FARMERS – PAT THE COPE was last modified: June 27th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:CAP REFORMS HAVE MAJOR IMPLICATIONS FOR DONEGAL FARMERS – PAT THE COPElast_img read more

Football’s 18 biggest LOCAL derbies ranked by passion and ferocity

first_img 18 18. Aris Saloniki v PAOK Saloniki: Famous for lots of fire and general chaos – click the right arrow above to see the biggest LOCAL rivalries – With Celtic and Rangers set to do battle again, talkSPORT looks at the biggest LOCAL derbies, beginning in northern Greece. Aris, formed in 1914 were the local’s side, with PAOK coming in 1926 born thanks to Greek refugees who were expelled from Istanbul. In recent years, PAOK have been the bigger team, with Aris in the second tier, however, they have three league titles to their rivals’ two. 18 1. Boca Juniors v River Plate: Famous for Atmosphere, intensity, resurgence – After a season in the lower leagues, River Plate returned to win the top tier in 2014, which was great news for River, but terrible news for the Buenos Aires police force. “Derby day in Buenos Aires makes the Old Firm game look like a primary school kick-about,” explains Scottish journalist Gavin Hamilton. With 70 per cent of the country said to have an allegiance one way or the other, you can see why. 8. Celtic v Rangers: Famous for Sectarianism, frequency (formerly) – World famous, ferocious, historic – but a match that has been lacking in frequency lately. Yet Rangers’ meltdown isn’t the only reason for an Old Firm being ‘just’ 13th. This was a derby fairly recently graced by Brian Laudrup, Paul Gascoigne and Henrik Larsson. In recent years, though, Bianca Gascoigne could get a game for either side. The fixture has been contested just once since Rangers were forced to play in Scottish football’s fourth tier in 2012, but will be eagerly anticipated ahead of the Gers’ playing in the Premiership from next season. 18 16. Nacional v Penarol: Famous for Success, social divides – The ‘Uruguayan Clasico’ is South America’s oldest derby played between these two Montevideo teams. Originally the Central Uruguay Railway Cricket Club, Penarol was the team of the European immigrants, while Nacional formed in 1899 as a team for native Uruguayans. The rivalry burns as fiercely today, even if its profile remains low compared to, say, Argentine cousin Boca-River. 18 18 2. Fenerbahce v Galatasaray: Famous for Graeme’s flagpole – In 2014, Galatasaray fans chose to recreate – via a gigantic stadium flag – the moment in 1996 when their then boss/psychopath Graeme Souness ran on to the Fenerbahce pitch and planted a Galatasaray flag in the middle. Somehow, that insult delighted one half of Istanbul more even than the preceding victory. A rivalry fuelled by petty hatred and chaos: we love it. 14. Everton v Liverpool: Famous for Fire and friendliness – England’s oldest top-flight derby, which are fiery games full of red cards and goals. Loud and – at times – mutually respectful fans (witness the Hillsborough solidarity). To some, it may not be the most important derby in the north-west, but there is still plenty of bite in the Merseyside fixture. 15. West Ham v Millwall: Famous for their long-standing hatred and a heavy police presence – Millwall, formed of factory workers at JT Morton in the Isle of Dogs in 1885 and West Ham, of men at shipbuilding firm, Thames Ironworks 10 years later began playing each other in games that got pretty heated and the rivalry was born. The trade union strike in 1926 saw the dockers walk out, but it was allegedly not observed by those on the Millwall side – they had moved to south London by this time – and bitterness has grown since. Games involving the two are usually heavily policed, but meetings are infrequent with the Hammers a Premier League team and Millwall two divisions below in League One. 13. Manchester United v Manchester City: Famous for Noisy neighbours, Denis Law – A friendly camaraderie before the Second World War, then it turned ugly in the 1970s. It has been amped up since the blue half of Manchester won the Abu Dhabi lottery and notable moments from recent years include City’s 6-1 embarrassment of United at Old Trafford, Michael Owen scoring a stoppage time winner in a 4-3 classic, and Wayne Rooney’s overhead kick in 2011. 18 9. Lazio v Roma: Famous for flares and fascists – It’s slightly strange that Roma are associated with left-wing politics in the Derby della Capitale: they were founded when Mussolini merged three clubs in an attempt to create a counterpoint to the dominance of Juventus and the Milans. Lazio refused to join. Both sets of Ultras are a violent lot. Note 2004, and a riot that led to 13 arrests and 170 injured police. 18 18 18 11. Benfica v Sporting Lisbon: Famous for closeness – These Lisbon neighbours are too close for comfort, with just 3km separating the grounds. The problem for the Sportinguistas is that their dominance is a distant memory, so the current rivalry boils down to Benfica rubbing their success in their rivals’ faces every time they visit the Estadio Jose Alvalade – which their fans have dubbed ‘the toilet’ thanks to its tiled facade. When Sporting won a first Portuguese Cup for seven years in 2015, Benfica won successive league crowns. 7. Al Ahly v Zamalek: Famous for Violence on and off pitch – It is no mean feat to be known as the most fearsome derby in the league when you consider the Egyptian Premier League has had to cancel seasons in recent years because of political unrest and fan violence. This is a fixture that has had to be abandoned four times and is a game dividing Cairo down the middle between the red of Al Ahly and white of Zamalek, and even sees a foreign referee flown in because all the Egyptian officials are said to have a leaning towards one of the clubs. 10. AC Milan v Inter: Famous for See-sawing fortunes – Size: tick. Passion: tick. Global appeal: tick. Inter held sway in the distant past, while the Rossoneri ruled the roost in the 80s and 90s. The games themselves are goose-bump inducing, with flares, flags and foul language. Let down by a lack of games of trophy-deciding importance. 18 18 17. CSKA Moscow v Spartak Moscow: Famous for Political undertones – Spartak are the people’s club. CSKA were the team of the Soviet Army, count the Russian Ministry of Defence as a shareholder and were once owned by Roman Abramovich. A case of the haves and the have-nots, then, but Spartak’s best days are behind them. That means the feeling of injustice remains, but the rivalry has suffered. 18 6. Olympiakos v Panathinaikos: Famous for Ultraviolence – The derby of Athens’ eternal enemies is getting increasingly violent. In 2012 it was abandoned after petrol bombs were set off in the stands. In 2014, Panathinaikos boss Giannis Anastasiou was floored by an object thrown from the crowd and thousands of police were deployed in the following match to try to prevent trouble, but Anastasiou still got himself sent off. 18 3. Partizan Belgrade v Red Star Belgrade: Famous for violence disguised as passion – Both clubs were formed in the aftermath of World War II, with Partizan representing the army and Red Star the police. The latter’s European Cup success sets them apart, but to observers outside Serbia, football in the Eternal derby is secondary, with violence coming to define the fixture. In 2015 the game was delayed because of crowd trouble, which saw 35 police officers injured. 12. Arsenal v Tottenham: Famous for Goalfests – Emmanuel Adebayor and Sol Campbell’s respective departures played a part, but the resurgence of Tottenham is the major factor behind reigniting an age-old rivalry that previously saw Arsenal as much the better side. The Gunners used to be able to celebrate St Totteringham’s Day amid a lack of actual trophies – the day when Spurs can no longer mathematically finish above them – but even that appears to be dead. The season is not over, of course… 18 4. Borussia Dortmund v Schalke: Famous for being ‘Mother of all derbies’ – Big on the terrace and big on the pitch. You just have to look at Dortmund players’ celebrations after beating Schalke last year to see what it means to everyone connected to the club, who are separated from their rivals by 20 miles on the Ruhr. Schalke are equally passionate as you can see by the thousands of ultras who turned up to watch training during in the lead up to the November derby loaded with flares and songs. 5. Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid: Famous for Underdogs finally biting back – Nine points. That’s what Atletico Madrid were worth to their famous neighbours each season: the six that Real Madrid would take from Atletico, plus the three that Atletico took from Barcelona. Hidden in the giant shadow of El Clasico, the Madrid derby was a joke. Except it wasn’t funny, because everyone knew the punchline. Real won. Until recently. A cathartic victory in the 2013 Copa del Rey final (Atletico’s first win over Real since 1999) gave Atletico a taste for it. They won on their next trip to the Bernabeu, then claimed La Liga but the big, blanco elephant in the room is that Atletico came up agonisingly short against Real in the Champions League final in 2014. At least now it’s no longer a mismatch. 18 18 It’s Celtic v Rangers on Sunday, as the Glasgow rivals go head-to-head at Hampden Park in the Scottish Cup semi-final.The fixture has been contested just once since Rangers were forced to play in Scottish football’s fourth tier in 2012, but will be eagerly anticipated ahead of the Gers’ playing in the Premiership from next season.Here, talkSPORT looks at other fantastic rivalries, focusing solely on local rivalries – in each case, we asked, who are this club’s local rivals, hence in the case of Liverpool we selected Everton, not Manchester United, or for Real Madrid it was Atletico, not Barcelona.Count down the top 18, in the slideshow above. 18 18last_img read more

‘I’d sacrifice a testicle to bring him to Arsenal’ – PL fans want Dortmund star

first_img Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrates scoring for Borussia Dortmund 1 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been one of the most prolific strikers in European football this season, and it has been suggested he will move to the Premier League this summer.Pep Guardiola has told Manchester City officials to bring in the Gabonese forward, whilst local rivals Manchester United have also been linked, and Arsenal are claimed to be readying a club record £65 million bid for him.He showed off his skills in front of goal once again this week, tearing apart the Liverpool defence in Dortmund’s Europa League loss against the Merseyside club.Aubameyang netted a lovely finish early in the game to hand the visitors the advantage, and he spent the remainder of the game terrorising Jurgen Klopp’s team.During the game, fans watching on reacted to Aubameyang’s performance, with a host of Premier League fans wanting the striker in EnglandWe collect some of the best responses below…last_img read more

Galatasaray set to make approach for Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva

first_img1 Lucas Leiva in action for Liverpool Galatasaray are set to open talks with Liverpool regarding the sale of Lucas Leiva.As talkSPORT told you this month, Besiktas have been hoping to land the Brazilian midfielder this month.But now Turkish newspaper AMK have reported that their fierce Istanbul rivals Galatasaray are ready to make their move.Lucas, who has been at Liverpool since 2007, has entered the final year of his contract and is expected to be sold this month to avoid him leaving for nothing in 2017.And it looks as though Turkey could be his next destination with Galatasaray director of football Cenk Ergun due to being discussions in the coming days.last_img read more

Chelsea BOOST! Blues leading race for ‘the next Neymar’

first_img 19-year-old Santos star Gabriel Barbosa is wanted by Chelsea 1 Chelsea have moved ahead of Juventus in the race for Santos star Gabriel Barbosa.The 19-year-old is being tipped as the next big thing to come out of Brazil and he has been likened to Barcelona star Neymar.Clubs from Europe have been scouting the striker for 18 months and he already has five goals in 10 league appearances this season.After selling Alvaro Morata back to Real Madrid, Juventus have been trying to bring in Barbosa as a replacement.But, according to Brazilian newspaper Globo Esporte, the Italian champions are now trailing in the wake of Chelsea.The Blues are ready to part with £25m for Barbosa, which dwarfs Juventus’ opening offer of £15m and puts them in pole position.Santos are now ready for talks with Chelsea and a conclusion to the transfer saga is expected to be reached by the end of July.last_img read more

Teachers, parents to decide whether to join Villaraigosa in school reform

first_imgTeachers and parents at seven low-performing middle and high schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District will decide today whether to join Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa as he tries to reshape instruction in their schools. The vote is the latest step in the mayor’s bid to have a hand in the management of the district — a bid that was initially shot down by the courts but led to an effort to assume control of several campuses plagued by low test scores and violent outbreaks. The mayor is now hoping teachers and parents will join a “partnership” that he said will give each campus more control over curriculum and budget decisions instead of leaving such decisions to centralized district administrators. Voting is expected to last from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Roosevelt, Santee and Jordan high schools, and at Hollenbeck, Stevenson, Markham and Gompers middle schools. Partially at stake is control of thousands of dollars — up to $1,000 per year per student over the next seven years — being earmarked for low- performing campuses through the state Quality Education and Investment Act. The mayor has also touted his ability to raise funds from the private sector, most notably a $50 million donation to help manage his schools project. Villaraigosa told a group of teachers and parents recently that he had donations already lined up from two major health-care providers.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: Clemson demonstrates that it’s tough to knock out the champThe votes will be tallied at each individual campus by a voting committee that includes a district representative, a United Teachers Los Angeles chapter chair and a parent coordinator. The results will then be turned over to the LAUSD so voting lists can be verified before the results are announced. A majority of teachers on each campus must approve the proposal, along with a majority of voting parents. According to the mayor’s office, the Partnership for Los Angeles Schools would work with campus officials, the LAUSD’s Innovation Division and community leaders to “develop and implement new education reforms that will lead to dramatic increases in student achievement throughout LAUSD.” But while teachers and parents are deciding whether to join the mayor’s partnership, the LAUSD Board of Education could vote on a plan proposed by Superintendent David L. Brewer for improving the low-performing campuses. last_img read more

Job Vacancies: Registered Nurses required for leading home care company

first_imgJob Vacancies: BAYADA Home Health Care is seeking reliable Registered Children’s Nurses or Registered General Nurses with at least 1 year of acute paediatric experience for homecare. Full time and part time  hours available with comprehensive training and clinical supervision provided.  BAYADA Home Health Care is a leading and innovative home care company with growth opportunities in the community. What we offer you:-Flexible schedules to meet your lifestyle needs-Competitive pay rates-Premium weekend and holiday pay rates -24/7 on-call clinical and administrative support from our management team-Full Induction Training-Ongoing training and development opportunitiesRequirements:-At least 1 year of paediatric acute care experience-Ireland NMBI registration. To Apply:www.bayada.iePlease send your CV to jobs@bayada.ie or call 01 4906217 for more informationJob Vacancies: Registered Nurses required for leading home care company was last modified: July 25th, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:EmploymentHealthcarejobNURSESrecruitmentVacancieslast_img read more