Story and photo by Joseph SapiaOn Tuesday, new American citizen Eniko Piantanida pleaded her case – saying she had registered to vote by mail, sending the materials in to the state Division of Election days in advance of the Oct. 18 deadline.But state Deputy Attorney General Alan Blanstein said the division did not receive Piantanida’s paperwork until Oct. 21, three days after the cutoff to be registered for the Nov. 8 General Election. State Superior Court Judge Kathleen A. Sheedy – sitting in a makeshift courtroom at the Monmouth County Special Services Complex in Freehold Township – listened and asked some questions.Sheedy was one of several judges working three- or four-hour shifts at the Special Services Complex, where the county’s three elections offices are based. This was the regular Election Day Court, and this year it was busier than usual because of the presidential election.While making deliveries for work at a Long Branch office, Piantanida handed her registration papers to a postal carrier delivering mail to the office, she told the judge. It saved her a trip to a mailbox.“One-stop shopping, how nice,” said Piantanida, 46.But, apparently, the delivery of her voter registration paperwork got delayed in the mail.“I’m going to allow you to vote,” Sheedy told Piantanida, who lives in Tinton Falls. “I do find your testimony credible.”Outside of the courtroom, Piantanida said she grew up in rights-repressed Hungary. She came to the United States in the early 1990s and finally became an American citizen in April, the month before her husband died.When asked how she felt about being able to vote, Piantanida said, “Excited, I guess. A lot of mixed emotions. I feel like I’m voting for my husband and myself.”Voters have two ways to deal with being turned away from a voting machine at the polls. They can request a provisional, or paper, ballot or go in front of one of the Superior Court judges specially assigned to Election Day, when the courthouse in downtown Freehold is closed.The judges set up in the Special Services Complex where space is available, perhaps in a conference room or, as was the case in recent years, in a closet.Judge Sheedy came on duty at 1 p.m. and got a case about 15 minutes later, before she put her judicial robe on.“Just give me one second to get dressed,” she said, before starting the proceeding.While it is un-courtroom-like, it is a very official court. There is a judge in a robe, court staff, and a Sheriff’s officer providing security; the case is recorded, members of the state Attorney General’s office represent the county election offices, with lawyers from the Democrat and Republican parties monitoring – and sometimes commenting on – the cases. Also, all the pertinent election files are nearby in the three election offices: Board of Elections, Clerk of Elections, and Superintendent of Elections/Commissioner of Registration.Some of the cases are borderline ridiculous – a person admittedly not registered to vote who wants to now vote at the last minute. But some cases are emotionally charged, according to election officials, like a man seeking a walk-in ballot for his wife, who was dying of cancer and likely voting for the last time.Jon Farber, 39, of Middletown and his wife, Melissa had registered to vote at the state Motor Vehicle Commission, when he had made an address change on his driver’s license, he said.“When sample ballots came out, my wife got hers, I didn’t get mine,” Farber told Judge Angela White Dalton. Deputy Attorney General Rebecca Karol did not object to his request. The judge ruled in in Farber’s favor.“I’m satisfied you made an effort and it was just an oversight,” Dalton said in her ruling. “I will grant you the ability to vote today.”Farber, speaking outside the courtroom after the ruling, called his court appearance a “pretty painless” process.Dalton also granted Sandra Wiley of Tinton Falls the right to vote. Wiley moved from Jackson in Ocean County to Tinton Falls in April and sent in her voter registration materials, but was not in the voting records, according to testimony.“Welcome to Monmouth County,” Dalton said in granting Wiley the right to vote.Wiley declined comment afterward.In a case before Judge Dennis R. O’Brien, Board of Elections Commissioner Allan Roth sought permission to accept a walk-in ballot from a man – not identified publicly in court – who was in the hospital. The issue was the man had reversed his voting envelopes, placing the outside one inside and the inside one outside.Sherry Ramsey, a Democrat Party lawyer, was the courier of the man’s ballot.“We stepped back so he could have his privacy to vote,” testified Ramsey, explaining how the mistake was not discovered until the envelopes were sealed.O’Brien approved the vote, saying the chain of custody over the transporting of the vote was maintained.But O’Brien denied Yuk Wong, 44, of Hazlet from voting.Wong testified she had filled out a voter registration form and given it to an acquaintance. Then, she said, she went to vote and her name was not in the books at the poll.“I want to vote,” said Wong, a Hong Kong immigrant who became an American citizen in 2014. “I truly believe I’m already registered. Today, I went to the voting booths. My name was not there.”“You’re not registered,” O’Brien told Wong. “It’s not that we don’t want you to vote.”
In this sense, the same order states the following:Second. Requirements for the performance of diagnostic tests for the detection of COVID-19. The indication for carrying out diagnostic tests for the detection of COVID-19 must be prescribed by a physician in accordance with the guidelines, instructions and criteria agreed to that effect by the competent health authority.Third. Notification of confirmed COVID-19 cases. 2. Likewise, any entity of public or private nature that, in relation to the diagnostic tests for the detection of COVID-19, acquires swabs for sampling, virus transport medium, inactivation reagents, acid extraction kits. nucleic or PCR reactions, or rapid diagnostic tests, must inform the competent health authority of the autonomous community in which they are located and / or provide their services, with express indication of the type of material, number of units purchased and use destination. 3. The information referred to in this section must be communicated as soon as possible, with the competent health authority of each autonomous community being responsible for establishing the specific procedure for its referral. 4. The autonomous communities will transfer to the Ministry of Health, when it requires it, the information referred to in this section that it requests. Once this information has been received, the Ministry of Health may adopt, where appropriate, the appropriate measures in response to criteria of necessity and urgency, with the aim of guaranteeing the principles of equity and cohesion.AFE also asks the administration, regarding the state of alarm, that “rule for legal certainty for those affected in this case. Due to the sense of co-responsibility that soccer players have always expressed in a matter of which they are aware, it produces controversy in a society whose pandemic has caused thousands of victims. Public health is not a matter of some, nor of others, but of the whole of society. As workers, footballers will comply with the prescriptions indicated by the clubs from occupational hazards. AND from AFE it is absolutely necessary that the Government clarify this issue of the tests“ The Association of Spanish Soccer Players (AFE) reports that it has contacted again, through two letters, the Ministry of Health, chaired by Salvador Illa, and the Higher Sports Council (CSD) to convey their concern, as well as that of the players, about whether the clubs can subject their footballers to the COVID-19 test. In addition, to convey his concern about the return to training. He already made this same request on April 22. For this reason, ask a simple question to Health and the CSD: “Can you tell us if the clubs are authorized to carry out tests before returning to the activity at this time?”This is the statement issued by the soccer team: “AFE again conveys the concern of the First and Second Division footballers about returning to training and testing, understanding that this decision should be taken by the Government. AFE rejects, in this sense of responsibility with our society, any type of stigmatization when the matter in question affects public health, remembering that other championships and competitions of other soccer categories, of both sexes, which are not mentioned and are also affected, are also affected. “Therefore, AFE wants to emphasize: “That the soccer players have stated in the meetings they have had with this union that, in their opinion, they consider that there are other groups that need more than they do the test and access to other sanitary material at this time. Our association underlines in its writings that footballers are fully committed to our society, and therefore asks a simple question to the Ministry and the CSD: “Can you tell us if the clubs are authorized to carry out tests before returning to the activity at this time?” And if so, “can you tell us the authorizations for this purpose?”For this reason, the AFE statement continues, rRoyal Decree 463/2020, dated March 14, agrees in both writings: “Taking into account article 12.4, the competent delegated authorities may adopt measures to determine the best distribution in the territory of all technical and personal resources, in accordance with the needs that become apparent in the management of this health crisis. Specifically, in that Order SND / 344/2020, of April 13, it is stated that “likewise, the carrying out of diagnostic tests for the detection of COVID-19 is limited to those cases in which there is a prior prescription by a doctor and comply with criteria established by the competent health authority“
Adding to Mourinho’s frustration, the goal stemmed from a free-kick awarded for a needless dive by United defender Chris Smalling.But Mourinho could have no complaints about second placed United’s second defeat in their last three league games.This was an unimaginative performance lacking drive and desire and leaves them 16 points behind leaders Manchester City.United couldn’t match the aggression of a Newcastle team fighting for survival and there were wild celebrations at full-time as the hosts moved out of the relegation zone.Mourinho must have feared the worst early on.United arrived with seven clean sheets in their last eight games, but proved to be surprisingly vulnerable.After only five minutes, David De Gea made an excellent save from Jonjo Shelvey after Dwight Gayle’s free-kick rebounded to the midfielder off the United wall.Ayoze Perez drove a shot narrowly wide from the edge of the area and a superb clearance from Smalling snuffed out another Newcastle threat as United struggled to retain possession.It all added up to a hugely encouraging start for Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez, who gave a debut to Slovak goalkeeper Martin Dubravka following his arrival on loan last month.In his first half-hour of Premier League football, Dubravka was only required to make two routine clearances from the edge of his area.At the other end, De Gea had made another save from Kenedy by the time the visitors finally tested Dubravka as he turned away a 32nd minute shot from Jesse Lingard.– Clumsy challenge –Pogba was ineffectual as United lost at Newcastle to slip back towards their fellow top-four hopefulsFour minutes later Dubravka showed why Benitez was so eager to sign him.Anthony Martial appeared certain to score when Nemanja Matic’s measured pass sent him clear, but the keeper narrowed the angle and kicked away the shot.United might have gone in behind if referee Craig Pawson had not rejected justifiable penalty claims when Gayle went down under a clumsy challenge from Smalling in the 40th minute.Benitez’s furious reaction on the touchline mixed anger with disbelief.The Spaniard was more impressed by Pawson’s judgement eight minutes into the second-half when the official decided – correctly – that Romelu Lukaku had pushed a defender as he rose to head past Dubravka.Lukaku, like the majority of his teammates, had been anonymous.One exception was Alexis Sanchez and he almost put them ahead in the 57th minute when he rounded Dubravka before his goal-bound shot was blocked by Florian Lejeune.Mourinho was already preparing to send on substitutes Michael Carrick and Juan Mata in place of the ineffectual Paul Pogba and Lingard when his side went behind from a free-kick awarded for Smalling’s dive.The defender was cautioned and further punishment was to follow when Shelvey delivered the free-kick.Lejeune headed it towards goal, Gayle touched it back into the path of Ritchie and he stroked his shot inside the post from 10 yards.It proved to be enough to earn Newcastle three invaluable points, but only after two goalline clearances from Gayle denied Martial in the closing moments.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Matt Ritchie and the Newcastle fans were elated after he scored the only goal of the game against Manchester United © AFP / Lindsey PARNABYNEWCASTLE, United Kingdom, Feb 11 – Jose Mourinho is still waiting to win a Premier League game at Newcastle after Matt Ritchie’s goal sentenced Manchester United to a shock 1-0 defeat on Sunday.This was Mourinho’s seventh attempt to steer a team to victory on Tyneside and the United manager was destined for more misery at St James’ Park thanks Ritchie’s second-half goal.
0Shares0000Morocco’s Aziz Bouhaddouz scored an injury-time own goal to hand Iran a 1-0 World Cup winSAINT PETERSBURG, Russia, June 15 – Iran’s players stormed the pitch at full-time as if they had won the World Cup rather than just their opening match after an own goal from Morocco’s Aziz Bouhaddouz gifted them a dramatic 1-0 victory on Friday.Wasteful finishing looked to have consigned this compelling contest at the Saint Petersburg Stadium to a goalless draw but Bouhaddouz’s mistake in injury-time means Iran emerge as the early challengers to Spain and Portugal in Group B. Iran coach Carlos Queiroz, once of Real Madrid and Manchester United, insisted the chaos that has engulfed Spain this week offered no boost to these teams’ chances, but this victory certainly cranks the pressure up a notch.When Bouhaddouz nodded in at the near post, Iran’s substitutes could not resist rushing onto the field and when the final whistle blew moments later they were sprinting over again in delight.Morocco should at least take heart from a blistering first half an hour, during which their zip and zest deemed them virtually unplayable. But Hakim Ziyach, Ayoub El Kaabi and Mehdi Benatia all failed to capitalise.Instead, Iran showed the same grit that had frustrated Argentina for 91 minutes four years ago but while Lionel Messi was the difference that day, this time it was their turn to snatch a last-gasp winner.Iran have now won their second World Cup match everTheir build-up had not been smooth. Nike had blocked the players’ supply of boots four days previous while further back, friendlies against Greece and Kosovo were cancelled.It gave Queiroz good reason for positioning his team as the group’s outsiders but both teams had cause for optimism after his side strolled through 18 games of Asian qualifying without defeat while Morocco were unbeaten too, with the added coup of not conceding a single goal.Morocco’s fans, at a World Cup for the first time in 20 years, belted out their own national anthem and then applauded Iran’s, the 67,000-seater arena a sea of red and white, and buzzing with the hum of vuvuzelas in a throwback to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.The only shame was the large number of empty seats at kick-off, with many supporters still queueing to get through security 15 minutes before kick-off.Morcco started brilliantly, hounding Iran’s every touch and swarming forward with such ferocity that on the line, Queiroz spent most of the opening 20 minutes urging his players to pause, and take a breath.The only surprise was Morocco were not ahead as Ziyach kicked the air from a well-worked corner, El Kaabi sliced wide and a penalty-box scramble saw shots from Younes Belhanda and Benatia blocked.The onslaught finally eased after half an hour and by the interval Iran had not only survived but finished the stronger, Sardar Azmoun, the ‘Iranian Messi’, spurning a one-on-one after a scintillating break.Perhaps tired from the first period or, more likely, reminded of their defensive duties during the interval, both teams were more cagey after the restart.They each made substitutions as the game drifted past the hour and the closest it had come to a winner was when a fizzing Ziyach drive had to be tipped around the post by Ali Beiranvand.Queiroz and his opposite number Herve Renard were involved in a touchline scuffle, that was quickly resolved, before the real drama arrived moments later.Bouhaddouz could not see what was behind him when a whipped free-kick came in from the left and he panicked, diving to the ball and heading it inside his own near post.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
1 Deportivo La Coruna striker Florin Andone Watford have joined Fiorentina, Espanyol and Sporting Lisbon in the chase for Deportivo La Coruna striker Florin Andone.The Romanian netted 12 times for Deportivo this season, also providing three assists, as the Spanish side avoided relegation from LaLiga.Andone’s displays have not gone unnoticed and he has been attracting interest from Fiorentina, Sporting Lisbon and Espanyol.Now another club have joined the chase as, according El Desmarque, Premier League side Watford are keen on the striker.The Hornets have gone as far as asking about his contractual situation at Deportivo, also gauging Andone’s plans for his future.Deportivo are not keen to sell for anything less than £17m, but even that is much lower than the striker’s release clause, which is thought be closer to the £26m mark.
Lewis Hamilton and Neymar courtside After playing alongside Lionel Messi you would think Neymar would be used to being astonished on a daily basis.This time, however, it was another sporting superstar leaving the Barcelona winger amazed – LeBron James.Neymar and fellow sports megastar Lewis Hamilton were both courtside to see James’ Cleveland Cavaliers take on Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors in game two of the NBA Finals.And it was a magnificent dunk from James that left Neymar and Hamilton suitably impressed with the spectacle.Check out the video below to see the Brazilian’s reaction. LeBron throws it down in transition. @neymarjr approves! #PhantomCam pic.twitter.com/obvZfCogU8— NBA (@NBA) June 5, 2017//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js 1
19 Mark Hughes – Bayern Munich (loan: 1987-88) – After a disappointing season in Barcelona the Welsh striker spent a season on-loan in Bavaria where he managed to grab seven goals in 23 appearances. While at Bayern, Hughes famously played two competitive games in one day first for Wales against Czechoslovakia before being driven across the border to come on as a substitute for his club side. After his loan spell in Germany ended Alex Ferguson brought the now-Stoke boss back to Manchester United where he enjoyed great success. 19 Michael Mancienne – Hamburger SV (2011-14) – Another Englishman to make the move to Hamburg, Mancienne didnt quite enjoy the same level of success as Keegan. After three successive loan spells with Wolverhampton Wanderers it became clear Mancienne wasnt going to be granted opportunities at parent club Chelsea so he took the option to join the Bundesliga side in 2011. After making 49 league appearances in three years, as Hamburg struggled in the top flight, Mancienne returned to England in 2014 by joining Nottingham Forest. Brian O’Neil – Wolfsburg (1998-2000) – The Scotland midfielder joined the Bundesliga club after one season playing for Aberdeen and proved to be a popular figure during his time at the club. ONeil helped Wolfsburg to UEFA Cup qualification for the first time in their history before leaving for Derby County in November 2000. Oliver Burke – RB Leipzig (2016-present) – The 20-year-old Scot moved from Nottingham Forest to last seasons Bundesliga surprise package in last summer’s transfer window for £13million. Despite the club performing miracles in their debut top tier campaign finishing second to Bayern Munich on a personal level Burke would have liked to play more often. With five league starts and 20 substitute appearances under his belt the young midfielder will want to step up and Sheffield Wednesday are keen on bringing him back to England. However, RB Leipzig want to keep Burke around and consider him to be more of a project for the future rather than a player for the present. 19 Scott Booth – Borussia Dortmund (1997-99) – After several happy years playing up front for hometown team Aberdeen, Booth made the move to Dortmund in 1997. However, the Scot didnt enjoy much success in yellow and was soon loaned out to FC Utrecht and Vitesse Arnhem. After his loan spells he left Dortmund permanently for FC Twente in 1999 before returning to Aberdeen in 2003. Booth is currently working as the head coach of Glasgow City one of Scotlands most successful womens teams. 19 Kevin Keegan – Hamburger SV (1977-80) – After becoming a star at Liverpool, Keegan also proved to be a hit in his three years at Hamburg. The Englishman was named European Footballer of the Year in 1978 and 1979 and he proved inspirational as Hamburg won the Bundesliga title in 1979. Keegan then moved on to Southampton in 1980 but is still fondly remembered by Hamburg fans. Owen Hargreaves – Bayern Munich (2000-2007) – The Canadian-born midfielder moved to Bayern as a 16-year-old and after progressing through the youth ranks helped the side to four league titles and the 2001 Champions League. The England international spent several years as a first team regular before Manchester United spent £17million to bring him to the Premier League in 2007. Paul Lambert – Borussia Dortmund (1996-97) – Though Lamberts time in Dortmund was brief it was highly successful and the Scot is fondly remembered for the part he played in the clubs 1997 Champions League triumph. Deployed in defensive midfield Lambert managed to nullify Juventus star man Zinedine Zidane in the final as Dortmund won 3-1 to claim their only Champions League title. Lambert left in November 1997 for Celtic where he stayed until 2005. 19 19 19 19 19 Dave Watson – Werder Bremen (1979) – Watson left Manchester City for Werder Bremen in 1979 and his time was certainly eventful but not successful. After being sent off in his second game for the club, for pushing 1860 Munichs Hermann Bitz, Watson was handed an eight-week ban by the German FA. He was fined by the club and later refused to travel to a game against Schalke due to injury before subsequently turning up to play for England. Perhaps unsurprisingly it wasnt long before the defender returned to England joining Southampton in October 1979. West Ham United youngster Reece Oxford is on the verge of completing a season-long loan move to Bundesliga side Borussia Monchengladbach.The 18-year-old will hope to further develop in Germany and he is due to become the latest British export to the league.Tottenham full-back Kyle Walker is also heavily linked with a transfer to Bayern Munich as manager Carlo Ancelotti looks for a replacement following the retirement of Philipp Lahm.But how have other British players fared playing in the German top flight?Scroll through the gallery above to see the contributions made by past British Bundesliga footballers. 19 19 19 Wayne Thomas – Bayer Uerdingen (1983-85), Hannover 96 (1985-87) – The Welsh midfielder spent most of his career in Germany and featured in the Bundesliga for Uerdingen and Hannover 96. Thomas came on as an 82nd minute substitute for Uerdingen in the 1985 German Cup final as they beat Bayern Munich 2-1. A majority of Thomas playing time was spent with teams in the German second tier. Peter Hobday – Hannover 96 (1986-88), Eintracht Frankfurt (1988-90), Arminia Bielefield (1994-97) – The London born midfielder left Gillingham in 1979 to play out the vast majority of his career in Germany. While in the country he featured in the Bundesliga for the likes of Hannover, Eintracht Frankfurt and Arminia Bielefield. 19 19 19 Murdo MacLeod – Borussia Dortmund (1987-90) – MacLeod moved from Celtic to Dortmund in June 1987 and stayed at the Bundesliga club for three years. The Scottish midfielder managed to win the German Cup and German Super Cup in his time before leaving for Hibernian in 1990. 19 Dean Thomas – Fortuna Dusseldorf (1983-1988) – Thomas signed for Fortuna from Wimbledon in 1983 and stayed until 1988 with the club suffering relegation from the Bundesliga in 1987. After leaving Thomas had spells with Northampton Town, Notts County before heading into management. Alan McInally – Bayern Munich (1989-93) – The Scottish striker signed for the German giants from Aston Villa and stayed in Bavaria for four years. His Bayern career began with a bang as the club won the title in his first campaign but his last two years at the club were blighted by injury problems. He then left for Kilmarnock in 1993 before retiring a year later. 19 Reece Oxford is set to join Borussia Monchengladbach – click the arrow above, right, to see how other Brits faired in the Bundesliga Mark Farrington – Hertha BSC (1990-91) – The former Norwich and Cardiff forward made the move to Germany after a spell playing for Fortuna Sittard in the Netherlands. Unfortunately Farringtons time playing in the German capital wasnt too fruitful. After a handful of appearances he soon returned to Holland to play with Feyenoord briefly before coming back to England and signing with Brighton. Vincent Mennie – 1. FC Köln (1983-86) – The Scottish midfielder was born in Germany and played for Cologne for three years without fully establishing himself. He soon moved on to play for the likes of Dundee, Falkirk and Forfar Athletic. Tony Woodcock – 1. FC Köln (1979-82, 1986-88) – After winning the European Cup with Nottingham Forest, Woodcock was soon on his way to Germany in a £600,000 deal. The England international scored 28 goals in 81 appearances for Koln before being transferred to Arsenal. He proved to be a hit in North London but returned to Germany for a second spell after being told he was no longer needed under Gunners boss George Graham. 19 19 Mark McGhee – Hamburger SV (1984-85) – After proving himself as a vital component up front in Alex Fergusons highly successful Aberdeen team McGhee departed Scotland for Germany in the summer of 1984. However, the strikers time in Hamburg was blighted by injuries and he failed to make much of an impact. After 16 months the now-Scotland assistant boss came back to his home country to play for Celtic.
Donegal goalkeeping legend Packie Bonner is to pen his memoirs.Packie BonnerIn what promises to be a best-seller, the big Keadue man is to give a fascinating insight into life at both Celtic and the Republic of Ireland.Bonner, who signed for the Scottish giants in 1978, played a record 641 times for the team. Packie revealed “I felt the time was right to record some of my memories from that wonderful time, as well as looking back on my career as a whole.”Bonner, now 55, played under manager Jack Charlton and will always be remember for the part he played in Italia ’90.GOALKEEPING LEGEND PACKIE TO PEN BOOK TELLING ALL was last modified: June 22nd, 2015 by StephenShare 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:bookdonegalKeaduememoirsPackie Bonner
THE HSE failed to respond to a bid to save the Donegal-Dublin hospital bus.The service finally ended yesterday.But donegaldaily.com can now reveal that Marleys Coach Hire which had the contract for the service offered to cut its costs in HALF in a last minute bid to save the service. It was charging €100,000-a-year – but said that after talking with patients and relatives, it would cut that fee to €50,000 a year.This has now been confirmed by bus operator Francis Marley.“Patients paid €12.50 for each journey and offered to pay more and we looked at our costs and made the offer to the HSE last week but we never got a response,” he said.There is considerable anger at the HSE decision which means patients will now have to use public buses and then use taxis to get to hospitals once they are in Dublin. REVEALED: HSE FAILED TO RESPOND TO BID TO SAVE HOSPITAL BUS was last modified: July 28th, 2012 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:REVEALED: HSE FAILED TO RESPOND TO BID TO SAVE HOSPITAL BUS