Prostitute was pregnant as she worked Limerick streets

first_imgLinkedin Advertisement WhatsApp Facebook Print Twittercenter_img NewsLocal NewsProstitute was pregnant as she worked Limerick streetsBy admin – November 18, 2012 594 Previous articleIreland defeat Fiji at Thomond ParkNext articleHome help cuts “must be reversed” admin THEY had been promised a ‘completely different life’But prostitutes operating in the Catherine Street area of Limerick city in October 2011 and again last May ended up on criminal charges before Limerick District Court last week. 20-year-old Alexandra Chera and 23-year-old mother of one, Larisa Sturzea, who was pregnant while working as a prostitute, had been promised a “totally different life than what it turned out to be”, when they left Romania and came to Ireland.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up They were charged with loitering to solicit or importune others for the purposes of prostitution on dates in May. Both women pleaded guilty to the charges.Murish Gavin solicitor for Ms Chera said his client was a 20-year-old woman who “was promised a totally different life than what it turned out to be and now she just wants to finalise these matters and go home”.Judge Eugene O’Kelly convicted Ms Chera of the prostitution charge and applied the Probation act after he heard that she had made contact with certain services with a view to returning to Romania shortly.However, the court heard that Ms Sturzea, who had since moved to Dundalk, was not in a position to return to Romania as her three-month-old child was subject of a HSE care order. However she did have access and contact with the infant.Judge O’Kelly heard that the accused had now “regularised her life” and he adjourned the matter until May 9 and remanded her on continuing bail. Emaillast_img read more

Home buying service relaunches with £300m backing and new agent proposition

first_imgA home buying service established in 2007 has relaunched with a new name, a £300m purchasing fund and an upgraded proposition for estate agent partners.Formerly known as National Property Trade, Croydon-based Spring promises to be more transparent on pricing and has also removed several of the traditional stumbling blocks.It also claims to be a quicker and more rewarding alternative to auctions for both vendors and agents, preventing fall-throughs and completion delays.Spring pays vendors a guaranteed fixed price of between 91% and 85% of valuation and pays the price difference if the property is subsequently sold for more than its valuation price.The company says it “aims to give one price to the majority of the properties it engages, removing the multiple price drops historically associated with buying firms”.Homes sold to Spring do not need to be renovated or prepared for sale, with Spring able to make an initial offer for most homes within 48 hours, completing in as little as seven days.“Partner estate agents can offer our service in their pitch to their own customers, guaranteeing their clients a certain sale to Spring should they need it, either immediately or at any point after listing with the agent,” says Spring CEO Cormac Henderson (pictured).Spring enables agents to earn two sets of fees; initially when referring customers to Spring and then following completion, when Spring will instruct them on the onward resale of the property.“We can also refer potential clients, who have declined a Spring offer but are still seeking a sale, to our best-performing partner agents. Spring can also make offers to fix any chain breaks affecting the agent’s existing stock.”spring cormac hendersen November 11, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Home buying service relaunches with £300m backing and new agent proposition previous nextProducts & ServicesHome buying service relaunches with £300m backing and new agent propositionNational Property Trade has become Spring and is offering estate agent partners a more transparent and comprehensive offering.Nigel Lewis11th November 20200853 Viewslast_img read more

44 test positive on Norwegian cruise ship

first_imgIn the Arctic harbor of Bodoe, neither crew nor passengers were allowed to get off the cruise ship Seadream 1 after a person from Denmark tested positive on Tuesday upon returning home. The vessel arrived early Wednesday, and tests will be carried out on the pier, the Norwegian news agency NTB said. (AP) Following the outbreak on the MS Roald Amundsen, the ship’s owner halted all cruises on Monday and Norway closed its ports to cruise ships for two weeks. COPENHAGEN, Denmark – The number of people on a Norwegian cruise ship who have tested positive for the coronavirus has reached 44, authorities said. The cruise line often acts like a local ferry, traveling from port to port along Norway’s west coast. Some passengers disembarked along the route and authorities fear they may have spread the virus to local communities.center_img The Norwegian Institute of Public Health said late Tuesday that 35 crew members and nine passengers had tested positive. All passengers were registered as living in Norway. They were not identified. Forty four crew members and guests who sailed aboard the MS Roald Amundsen have so far tested positive for COVID-19. GETTY IMAGESlast_img read more

Another Palm Beach County Food Service Worker Tests Positive for Hepatitis A

first_imgThe Florida Department of Health has confirmed another positive case of hepatitis A in a Palm Beach County food service worker.This time the worker was employed at at Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant on PGA Boulevard in Palm Beach Gardens.The employee may have exposed patrons between May 1 and May 12.There are now 18 confirmed cases of hepatitis A in Palm Beach County.Health officials are recommending that anyone who ate or drank at this restaurant between May 9 and May 12 get the hep A vaccine after speaking with their health care provider.  But if you consumed  food or beverages at the restaurant between May 1 and May 8 should instead look for signs of the infection.Symptoms include sudden onset of abdominal discomfort, dark urine, fever, diarrhea, pale white stools and jaundice.  If you see any of these symptoms, health officials say you should seek medical attention.The vaccine may protect against the disease if given within two weeks of exposure.Concerned customers can call DOH-Palm Beach at 561-840-4568 or 561-671-4184.last_img read more

VIDEO: CAF clears St. Mary’s Stadium for continental games

first_imgVIDEO: The continental soccer governing body CAF has approved St Mary’s stadium in Kitende to start hosting international matches.The stadium will be used as a home ground for Vipers Sports Club. Vipers next play South African club Platinum Stars this month. Share on: WhatsApplast_img