Previous articleCalls for a referendum on judges’ salariesNext articleFormer Magdalene laundry inspires art students admin Facebook Advertisement WhatsApp Twitter Email Print WITH a Limerick based outlet, Arramount Woodcraft (Holdings) Limited and its fully owned trading subsidiaries trading as Arramount Furniture confirmed that it has sought the appointment of an Interim Examiner, Mr Kieran Wallace of KPMG to allow the Company sufficient time to negotiate with potential investors and to complete appropriate arrangements with creditors with the objective of putting in place long term arrangements to secure its future.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Arramount Furniture was established in 1995 and is one of Ireland’s leading furniture stores. Arramount Furniture currently operates seven different stores nationwide in Dublin, Limerick, Cork, Newbridge, Tullamore, Athlone and Mullingar. All stores will continue to trade as normal throughout this period. The company’s current difficulties stem from the current economic downturn and reduced consumer demand. Management would like to confirm that all orders where deposits have been taken will be delivered and customers who place deposits during Examinership will receive their ordered furniture.Lane Bros Ltd trading as Arramount Furniture Tralee, which is a franchisee of Arramount Woodcraft (Holdings) Ltd, will not be affected by the Examinership and will continue to trade as normal.Arramount Furniture will continue to trade as normal throughout the period. The company is confident that the process of Examinership will enable a solution to be found that will ensure it is set up to continue trading successfully and profitably in the future. The process of Examinership in Ireland provides a standstill period of time whereby creditors cannot pursue claims against the Company. The company has sought this protection to allow it to put in place new refinancing arrangements for creditors and bankers.Arramount Furniture is the trading name of Woodcraft (Holdings) Limited and its subsidiariesArramount Woodcraft (Limerick) LimitedArramount Woodcraft (Cork) LimitedArramount Woodcraft (Dublin) LimitedArramount Woodcraft (Mullingar) LimitedArramount Woodcraft (Newbridge) LimitedArramount Athlone LimitedArramount Distribution Limited Linkedin NewsLocal NewsArramount Furniture confirm appointment of interim examinerBy admin – June 24, 2009 994
Joint Easter message on Covid 19 from Limerick City and County Council, HSE, UL Hospitals and An Garda Síochána Call for Government action as 81 patients wait for beds in UHL University Hospital LimerickRECORD numbers of patients had to wait for a bed after being admitted to hospital last month with University Hospital Limerick (UHL) faring worst of all.9,439 hospital patients were forced to wait without a bed, the highest number ever recorded in July, according to a new monthly analysis by the INMO.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up In Limerick, 1,293 patients had to be accommodated on trolleys or in overflow wards until a bed in a regular ward was freed up.Compared to July 2018, there has been an increase of 33 per cent. When records began in 2006, there were 3,460 patients on trolleys in July, which is around a third of this month’s figure.At that time, the INMO did not count patients waiting for a bed in overflow wards or areas other than the ED, however.Among the 9,439 patients were 45 children.INMO Director of Industrial Relations, Tony Fitzpatrick.INMO Director of Industrial Relations, Tony Fitzpatrick said thatevery day there are hundreds of patients languishing in corridors, waiting for a hospital bed.“Currently over 700 patients cannot be discharged from hospital. In the meantime, hundreds of frontline nursing and midwifery posts are currently vacant due to the HSE’s dysfunctional and bureaucratic employment control processes,” he added.UHL group has consistently said that they do not have adequate bed numbers for the population they service.A 60 bed-block is currently underway and there are plans for a new block to provide more than 90 additional beds. TAGShealthHSEINMOLimerick City and CountyNewsUHLuniversity hospital limerick Limerick Post Show | Careers & Health Sciences Event for TY Students Twitter WhatsApp Email Previous articleLimerick movie jobs to rise from €45 million foundationNext articleThe Murder Capital / Steamboat Music album event Bernie Englishhttp://www.limerickpost.ieBernie English has been working as a journalist in national and local media for more than thirty years. She worked as a staff journalist with the Irish Press and Evening Press before moving to Clare. She has worked as a freelance for all of the national newspaper titles and a staff journalist in Limerick, helping to launch the Limerick edition of The Evening Echo. Bernie was involved in the launch of The Clare People where she was responsible for business and industry news. Print SCAM ALERT: HSE warn of bogus calls following cyber attack Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement Linkedin Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites NewsHealthJuly’s trolley figures were the worst everBy Bernie English – August 1, 2019 130 World Sepsis Day – Have You Asked, ‘Could it be Sepsis?’
Recent changes in the strength and location of the Southern Hemisphere westerly winds (SHW) have been linked to continental droughts and wildfires, changes in the Southern Ocean carbon sink, sea ice extent, ocean circulation, and ice shelf stability. Despite their critical role, our ability to predict their impacts under future climates is limited by a lack of data on SHW behaviour over centennial timescales. Here, we present a 700-year record of changes in SHW intensity from sub-Antarctic Marion Island using diatom and geochemical proxies and compare it with paleoclimate records and recent instrumental data. During cool periods, such as the Little Ice Age (c. 1400–1870 CE), the winds weakened and shifted towards the equator, and during warm periods they intensified and migrated poleward. These results imply that changes in the latitudinal temperature gradient drive century-scale SHW migrations, and that intensification of impacts can be anticipated in the coming century.