Minister Joe McHugh has announced that Donegal Parish Church in Donegal Town has been awarded €20,000 urgent funding for repair work.“The award of €20,000 to Donegal Parish Church will help protect the structure of this landmark in Donegal Town for future generations,“ Mr McHugh said.“A significant amount of detailed work went into an application to the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht for urgent funding to fund work on the spire. “The church had been badly damaged by lightning during a storm and was left with structural problems and there was a real risk that the conditions would deteriorate if the spire was not repaired.“I am delighted to have been able to confirm the good news in person to Reverend David Huss today and I wish him well, and everyone associated with the parish, as the repair and restoration work takes place in the coming weeks and months.”Mr McHugh, Government Chief Whip, said: “Being able to secure funding for projects like this is rewarding. Donegal Parish Church is a highly significant Gothic-style church, originally designed and built by local man William Graham.“It is brilliant to see finding for important heritage such as this and to ensure that it is protected for this generation and future generations. It really is a landmark feature of Donegal Town.” Mr McHugh, Minister for the Irish language, Gaeltacht and the Islands, said: “I would like to thank Rev Huss for his work on the project and the support of officials in the Department through the Structures at Risk fund.“I understand that inspections have already been done on the spire by steeplejacks and that heritage officers have conducted site visits, so now it is a matter of ensuring the protective works are done.“Officials took into account the architectural and historical significance of Donegal Parish Church, which is regarded for the quality of the cut stone detailing particularly to the tower, spire and pinnacles and I’d like to thank them for accepting the application for urgent funding.Mr McHugh added: “It’s also important to remember that the Architectural Conservation Officer in the local authority is often the person best placed to provide expert advice and assistance to owners of historic buildings and their input is invaluable in protecting structures into the future.”€20k for repairs for Donegal Parish Church was last modified: October 12th, 2018 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:donegal parish churchfunding
The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Tags:#Browsers#Flipboard#Mike McCue#web applications#Web publishing Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Flipboard, a pioneer of tablet apps, has launched a full Web version of its news reader.In a break from its signature “flip” metaphor, Flipboard for Web embraces scrolling, the natural gesture people use to read on the Web. And it’s hoping that lush, photo-heavy layouts will encourage people to keep reading.Flipboard CEO Mike McCue unveiled the new product at a launch event in Flipboard’s original office in downtown Palo Alto Tuesday morning.In 2010, McCue and his team considered launching a Web-based news reader, but decided to embrace Apple’s then-rumored iPad tablet instead. When the iPad launched, Flipboard became a standard-bearer for Apple’s new mobile platform.“It was pretty clear to us that it wasn’t ready to happen in the Web browsers of that time,” McCue told me. The iPad allowed Flipboard’s designers to reimagine the Web, stripped of gaudy banner ads, awkward side rails, and other cruft it accumulated over the past two decades.Flipboard CEO Mike McCue demonstrates an earlier version of Flipboard for Web.A lot has happened since 2010, though. The Web has quietly become vastly more capable. And it’s no secret that tablet sales—particularly iPad sales—have stalled. And Flipboard has seen its strongest growth since launching mobile apps for smartphones.Over the past two years, we’ve seen Flipboard tiptoe back onto the Web, first with tools for people who created “magazines”—editorial selections of links—on the app, and later with full Web versions of those magazines. But Flipboard as a news-reading experience remained app-only until now.That hasn’t held back its growth: Flipboard has grown from about 35 million active monthly readers in October, when it launched a third major version of its app, to 50 million today, McCue said.One consideration for Flipboard in launching a full Web version, McCue said, was interest by the publishers it’s working with, who still “do a considerable portion of their business on the Web.” Flipboard is increasingly working to place and sell ads in Flipboard magazines, including major print publishers like Condé Nast and Time Inc. as well as smaller publishers and individual magazine creators.In August, McCue revealed at our ReadWriteMix event that Flipboard had started cutting checks to smaller publishers. Here’s the full video of that interview:Screenshot via Marcos Weskamp’s Flipboard Related Posts owen thomas
Samajwadi Party president and UP Chief Minister-designate Akhilesh Yadav has removed the party’s national secretary Rajeev Rai from his post following allegations of anti-party activities.SP spokesperson Rajendra Chaudhary said Rai had made statements which were against the party line. “He has been removed from the post and asked to explain his conduct,” he said.Rai was handpicked by Akhilesh last year and was a key member of his core team.Rai could not be contacted for comment. He left for Delhi soon after he got the news of his removal.
New Zealand and Bangladesh coaches agreed that whoever wins the toss in the second Test is likely to benefit from a seam-friendly pitch that is only going to assist the bowlers further after torrential rain washed out the first day on Friday.After two months of mainly settled weather in New Zealand’s capital, heavy rain began falling early on Friday ending any hopes of the game beginning on time at 11 a.m. (2200 GMT).Umpires Paul Reiffel and Ruchira Palliyarugue had a pitch inspection at 3.p.m (0200 GMT) and abandoned the day’s play without a ball being bowled.”I’d imagine there will be plenty in it for the bowling team for certainly the first two days, maybe even longer,” New Zealand coach Gary Stead told reporters at the Basin Reserve.”It looked a pretty green wicket, really well grassed.”My view is it is likely to be on the slow side early on and hopefully some sun and wind gets on it, then it might speed up and flatten out a wee bit.”While play has been scheduled to start 30 minutes earlier on Saturday to try and make up some of the overs lost on Friday, rain is still forecast until at least 12 p.m. with showers expected for the rest of the day.Bangladesh coach Steve Rhodes said he was certain the wet weather would aid the team that won the toss.”There’s a lot of moisture around and I’d imagine tomorrow morning the wicket will do quite a bit first thing,” the Englishman said. “It makes the toss quite crucial.”advertisementWhile neither team was confirmed, the weather may see New Zealand go with a four-pronged pace attack with Matt Henry replacing legspinner Todd Astle.Play, however, is also likely to be disrupted on Sunday as well with showers forecast and not expected to clear until the scheduled fourth day’s play on Monday.Stead said that while the Basin Reserve wicket had proved to favour batsmen in the past, there was still the possibility of a result.”Anything can happen in cricket and we don’t want to be caught short in our thinking,” Stead added.”Knowing some of the first-class games that have been here in the past, you still can get results quickly.”New Zealand lead the three-match series 1-0 after an innings and 52-run victory inside four days in the first match in Hamilton.The third Test is scheduled for Christchurch’s Hagley Oval from March 16-20.Also Read | New Zealand vs Bangladesh: 1st day of second Test washed out in Wellington
AFC Champions League AFC Champions League 2017: Semifinals first leg preview Ashwin Muralidharan Last updated 2 years ago 23:09 25/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty Images AFC Champions League Shanghai SIPG v Urawa Reds Al Hilal v Persepolis Al Hilal Urawa Reds Persepolis Shanghai SIPG The continent’s premier club competition has entered the final four stage as we take a look at what awaits us…. AFC Champions League 2017 is entering its business end with this week set to witness the first legs of the two semifinals. Saudi Arabia’s Al Hilal are up against Iran’s Persepolis in one encounter while China’s Shanghai SIPG are taking on Japan’s Urawa Red Diamonds. It promises to be an exciting week: AL HILAL (KSA) V PERSEPOLIS (IRN)The first of the semifinals sees Al Hilal take on this year’s surprise packages, Persepolis, at home on Tuesday. It promises to be an exciting clash with both sides looking to win their first ever title. Interestingly, both teams had played each other in the group stages earlier but both games ended as draws. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Al Hilal, who beat Al Ain in the quarterfinals, are yet to taste defeat in the tournament and they will not want to do so at this stage. This is Al Hilal’s third semifinal appearance in four years and this time they will be doubly determined to make it count. Their hopes will be pinned on the performance of star striker Carlos Eduardo and Omar Khribin. Branko Ivankovic’s Persepolis side has shown a lot of heart to reach this stage, defeating the likes of Lekhwiya and Al Ahli against the odds. They can be expected to play a fearless brand of football, especially with the tournament’s top scorer Mehdi Taremi in their ranks. Venue: Mohammed Bin Zayed Stadium, Al AinKick-off: September 26, 20:00 UTC+4 SHANGHAI SIPG (CHN) V URAWA RED DIAMONDS (JPN)Shanghai SIPG will welcome Urawa Red Diamonds in the other AFC Champions League semifinal first leg on Wednesday, looking for a good result that will put them in the driving seat ahead of the second leg. However, the Chinese side will be hampered by the fact they will miss captain Wang Shenchao, goalkeeper Yan Junling and midfielder Wang Jiajie due to suspensions. This is Shanghai SIPG’s first appearance in the semifinals of the competition but Andre Villas-Boas’ side will take solace from the fact that they have not lost a game at home in the competition. They have also scored 3.6 goals a game at home, which will send alarm bells ringing through the Urawa ranks. Urawa Red Diamonds, on the other hand, will be buoyed after completing a stunning turnaround in the second leg against Kawasaki Frontale in the previous round. Urawa are the top scoring team in the 2017 edition with 26 goals – one more than Wednesday’s opponents Shanghai SIPG. The J.League club have also achieved the highest shot conversion rate of any team this season in the AFC Champions League (22.8%).One can definitely expect goals in this match and with stars like Shanghai’s Hulk and Urawa’s Koroki sniffing around, the game should be exciting. Venue: Shanghai Stadium, Shanghai Kick-off: September 27, 20:00 UTC+8
From the Fishbowl – Day One The 2005 U/18 Nationals has started with a bang! Right from the outset the atmosphere at the Stadium has been one of anticipation, excitement, fear and exhilaration. Day one has produced the whole range of emotions, from the stirring opening ceremony, Tony “Tash” Eltakchi and his tirades on unsuspecting players and spectators and of course the scintillating Touch that was on display. The Fishbowl has introduced a few new innovations this year and so far, they are paying off, with lots of laughs and groovy tunes creating a relaxed atmosphere around the place. The highlights from Day One were aplenty as too were the nominations for The Fishbowl Ball Player of the Day, this award has been kindly sponsored by PJ Marsh from the Parramatta Eels, who once graced the touch fields here at sunny Coffs Harbour as a member of the Queensland Secondary Schools Boys team. PJ then went on to represent Australia, in the inaugural Under 18 Trans Tasman in New Zealand. The nominations are: * Kelly Pepper from NSWCCC Girls team, with an outstanding display of short and long passes to create numerous opportunities for her team mates. * Nick Keech from the ACT Boys team through a long ball that had to be at least 45 metres to his winger who had enough time to crawl over the line. * Ali Brigginshaw from the QSST Girls team who put on a dominant display of pace, agility and passing skills that at times had the Fishbowl on their feet. * Mitch Buckley from the Mets Boys team showed great integrity in returning a wallet that was found in the grandstand, the owner was not only relieved but very impressed by Mitch’s actions. * Leica Lebrocq from the NSWCIS Girls team showed exceptional speed off the mark after scooping up the ball, stepping through at least 9 defenders and then hitting the winger on the chest with a 30 metre pass on the run. * Maurice Kennedy from the NSWCHS Boys team popped a miracle ball from god knows where, leaving not only the defenders, but the Fishbowl scratching their melons. * Last but not least, the play of the day came from Dylan Hennessey of the NSWCHS Boys team who showed the full range of his passing skills from both sides of his body, bamboozling the CQ boys and setting up an outstanding touchdown for a newcomer to this event Troy Mendham who showed a great pair of hands to score in the corner. Until tomorrow, See ya’ when we’re looking at ya! Kane & Tash in The Fishbowl
Koulibaly: I signed deal confident Napoli can win Scudettoby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveKalidou Koulibaly is delighted with his new deal at Napoli.The defender has penned a new five-year contract this week.He said, “I feel very good in Naples, since I arrived they welcomed me very well. “I have felt Neapolitan from the first day I arrived. The Scudetto? It is 3-4 years that we have tried to win it, it is very difficult against Juventus who always does extraordinary championships. We hope that this year will be ours, I hope it will be the right year, but there is also the Europa League and Coppa Italia, if we play united we can go far.”Koulibaly was speaking before last night’s defeat to Inter Milan, where he was sent off amid being the subject of racist chants. TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say
ATLANTA, GA – JANUARY 6: Head Coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide speaks to the media during the College Football Playoff National Championship Media Day at Philips Arena on January 6, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)Nick Saban does not have a personal Twitter account. If I had to bet on it, I’d guess the Alabama head coach will never have one. The five-time national champion said today he’d consider getting one, though. During an appearance on The Paul Finebaum Show, Saban said he’d get a personal Twitter account if “someone can prove to me there’s an advantage.” Nick Saban on @twitter“If someone can prove to me there’s an advantage in it I’ll certainly do it” pic.twitter.com/t0vAjoDRLF— Paul Finebaum (@finebaum) May 6, 2016Most college football coaches do have Twitter accounts.Jim Harbaugh’s is probably the most-popular and he has 417K followers. Urban Meyer has had one for a year-plus and he also has 417K followers. How many could Saban get up to? During his interview with Finebaum, he was also asked about Lane Kiffin’s use of social media. The Alabama offensive coordinator has done some trolling of his rivals and his use of bitmojis. I asked Nick Saban about @Lane_Kiffin‘s trolling & use of bitmoji’s“I don’t think that’s something anyone should do for attention”— Paul Finebaum (@finebaum) May 6, 2016“Lane, Coach Saban wants to see you in his office. Bring your phone and your Twitter password.”
President Bill Clinton has announced that President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney will participate in the eighth Annual Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative joining world leaders in government, business, philanthropy, and civil society who gather each year to create and implement solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges.President Obama and Governor Romney will address separate sessions during the final day of the Annual Meeting to be held September 23-25 in New York City.“I’m grateful that President Obama and Governor Romney are taking time to join leaders from all parts of society who choose to address our greatest global challenges through the Clinton Global Initiative,” said President Clinton. “CGI is built on the spirit of non-partisan, cross-sector collaborations that drive action and I’m proud that, since we began in 2005, CGI members have made more than 2,100 commitments that are already improving the lives of 400 million people all over the world.”In addition to President Obama and Governor Romney, President Clinton announced new participants including Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan; Felipe Calderón, president of Mexico; Denzil L. Douglas, prime minister of the Federation of Saint Kitts & Nevis; Ralph E. Gonsalves, prime minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines; Atifete Jahjaga, president of the Republic of Kosovo; Goodluck E. Jonathan, president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria; Paul Kagame, president of the Republic of Rwanda; Kamla Persad-Bissessar, prime minister of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago; Hashim Thaçi, prime minister of the Republic of Kosovo; Timothy F. Geithner, secretary of the treasury, U.S. Department of the Treasury; Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, finance minister of the Federal Republic of Nigeria; Regina M. Benjamin, surgeon general, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; Valerie Jarrett, senior advisor to President Barack Obama; Cheryl D. Mills, counselor and chief of staff, U.S. Department of State; Melanne Verveer, ambassador-at-large for global women’s issues, U.S. Department of State; Cherie Blair, founder of the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women; Leymah Gbowee, 2011 Nobel Peace Prize-winner; Adi Godrej, Chairman, Godrej Group; Tom Golisano, CGI’s founding sponsor, and founder and chairman of the board of Paychex; Muhtar Kent, chairman and chief executive officer, The Coca-Cola Company; Arif Naqvi, founder and group chief executive of Abraaj Holdings; Peter G. Peterson, chairman, The Peter G. Peterson Foundation; Condoleezza Rice, founding partner of RiceHaleyGates LLC; Judith Rodin, president of the Rockefeller Foundation; Reeta Roy, chief executive officer of the MasterCard Foundation; Carlos Slim Helú, founder, Fundación Carlos Slim; and Linda Zecher, president and chief executive officer, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt will join the CGI Annual Meeting with the theme Designing of Impact.For the first time, the CGI Annual Meeting is built around the single theme, “Designing for Impact,” which will examine how the Commitments to Action that CGI members make can be structured to achieve the most positive, measurable results. The three-day meeting will focus on designing for individual lives, our environments and the systems we rely on including food, an inclusive economy, and good governance.CGI will conduct Design Labs facilitated by the following leading design experts: Kate Canales, Director of Design and Innovation Programs, Southern Methodist University; John Cary, Founder and Editor, PublicInterestDesign.org; Krista Donaldson, Chief Executive Officer, D-Rev: Design Revolution; Heather Fleming, Chief Executive Officer, Catapult Design; David Janka, Levinthal Fellow, Stanford University Institute of Design; Patrice Martin, Co-Lead and Creative Director, IDEO.org; Liz Ogbu, Scholar in Residence, Center for Art and Public Life, California College of the Arts; Sandy Speicher, Education Lead, IDEO; Sarah Stein Greenberg, Managing Director, Stanford University Institute of Design; and, Jocelyn Wyatt, Co-Lead and Creative Director, IDEO.org.Earlier this year, CGI introduced a comprehensive program of year-round opportunities for CGI members organized around eight tracks which will be threaded throughout the programming at the Annual Meeting including Girls & Women, Education & Workforce Development, Energy & Ecosystems, Global Health, Market-based Approaches, Response & Resilience, Technology and the Built Environment.Previously announced participants at the 2012 CGI Annual Meeting include: Sir Fazle Hasan Abed, founder and chairperson of BRAC; His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco, Sovereign Prince of Monaco; Madeleine Albright, chair of the Albright Stonebridge Group; Joyce Banda, president of the Republic of Malawi; Walter A. Bell, chairman of the board at Swiss Re America Holding Corp; Seth Berkley, chief executive officer of the GAVI Alliance; Tony Blair, former prime minister of the United Kingdom; Tim Brown, president and CEO of IDEO; His Majesty King Juan Carlos I, Kingdom of Spain; John Chambers, chairman and CEO of Cisco; Jason Clay, senior vice president of market transformation at the World Wildlife Fund; Chelsea Clinton, board member of the William J. Clinton Foundation and Clinton Global Initiative; Hillary Rodham Clinton, secretary of state, U.S. Department of State; Ertharin Cousin, executive director of the United Nations World Food Programme; David Crane, president and CEO of NRG Energy, Inc.; Salma Samar Damluji, chief architect at Daw’an Mud Brick Architecture Foundation; Mallika Dutt, president and CEO of Breakthrough; Jay S. Fishman, chairman and CEO of the Travelers Companies, Inc.; Anne H. Hastings, chief executive officer of Fonkoze Financial Services; Fred P. Hochberg, chairman and president of the Export-Import Bank of the United States; José Insulza, secretary general of the Organization of American States; Robert Ivy, executive vice president and CEO of the American Institute of Architects; Antony Jenkins, group chief executive at Barclays PLC; Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, president of the Republic of Liberia; Jim Yong Kim, president of the World Bank Group; Klaus Kleinfeld, chairman and CEO of Alcoa Inc.; Kay Krill, president and CEO of ANN INC.; Nicholas D. Kristof, columnist at the New York Times; Sasha Kramer, co-founder and executive director of Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods (SOIL); Gayle Tzemach Lemmon, author, journalist, and deputy director of the Women and Foreign Policy Program, Council on Foreign Relations; Elizabeth Littlefield, president and CEO of Overseas Private Investment Corporation; Molly Melching, founder and executive director of Tostan; António Mexia, chief executive officer, EDP – Energias de Portugal, S.A.; Carolyn Miles, president and CEO of Save the Children; Luis Alberto Moreno, president of the Inter-American Development Bank; Jayaseelan Naidoo, chairman of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN); Reema Nanavaty, director of economic and rural development at Self-Employed Women’s Association (SEWA); Jacqueline Novogratz, founder and CEO of Acumen Fund, Inc.; Denis O’Brien, chairman of Digicel Group; Sally Osberg, president and CEO of the Skoll Foundation; Clarence Otis, Jr., chairman and CEO of Darden Restaurants, Inc.; Stephan Ouaknine, chairman, managing partner, and CEO of Inerjys Ventures Inc.; Johanna Ralston, chief executive officer of the World Heart Federation; Navinchandra Ramgoolam, prime minister of the Republic of Mauritius; Jim Rogers, chairman, president, and CEO of Duke Energy Corporation; Irene Rosenfeld, chairman and CEO of Kraft Foods Inc.; Robert E. Rubin, co-chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations, former secretary of the U.S. Department of the Treasury; Kiran Sethi, founder and director of the Riverside School, Ahmedabad – India; Luis A. Ubiñas, president of The Ford Foundation; Rajiv Shah, Administrator of United States Agency for International Development; Porfirio Lobo Sosa, president of the Republic of Honduras; Lynn Stout, distinguished professor of corporate and business law at Cornell University Law School; Hans Vestberg, president and CEO of Ericsson; Daniel Yohannes, chief executive officer of Millennium Challenge Corporation; Kandeh Yumkella, director general of the United Nations Development Organization; and Jochen Zeitz, chairman of the management board and CEO of PUMA AG Rudolf Dassler Sport.President Clinton will also honor remarkable individuals for their leadership in philanthropy, government, civil society, and the corporate sector at the sixth annual Clinton Global Citizen Awards in a special ceremony with live musical performances and celebrity presenters on Monday, September 24.The full agenda for the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative can be found at clintonglobalinitiative.org/2012.
VANCOUVER – Anti-pipeline protesters have made a calculated effort to blockade two Trans Mountain work sites in Burnaby, says a British Columbia Supreme Court judge who scrapped a 10-minute pre-arrest warning and expanded an injunction to include other facilities used by the company.Justice Kenneth Affleck said Friday he would have some sympathy for people opposed to Trans Mountain’s application to vary his March 15 order prohibiting protests within a five-metre buffer zone, but an abundance of evidence indicates people have found ways to get around it.“In my view, the clear attempt to frustrate the injunction is not acceptable and there needs to be a means by this court to determine that its orders are respected,” Affleck said.“They have a right to make their views known in a way that captures the attention of the world, if they wish to do so, but they are not entitled to block what is lawful activity.”In eliminating the 10-minute warning, Affleck amended the written injunction order to add what police would say before arresting people, including informing them they will be arrested if they continue breaking the law and that they may face charges.Trans Mountain lawyer Maureen Killoran told Affleck that protesters have used a “workaround” to flout the injunction, which applied to the Burnaby Terminal and the Westridge Marine Terminal.Killoran said affidavits from two investigators working for the company indicate protesters have been bent on maximizing disruption at the two construction sites by “tag teaming” to avoid arrest after police read them the injunction order and gave them a 10-minute warning.She read Facebook posts of a group called the Justin Trudeau Brigade, which urges protesters to leave a blockade just before the warning time is up as they are replaced by another group and police have to read the injunction order again as the process is repeated.Killoran said an RCMP officer’s affidavit outlines how protesters at the Burnaby work sites have taken advantage of the 10-minute warning period and slowed down the enforcement process, resulting in fewer arrests, more work for police, and no repercussions for protesters.“This is the mischief we are here to address,” Killoran said, adding protest organizers are committed to stopping Trans Mountain trucks from entering construction sites and have climbed on top of a tunnel boring machine at a storage facility in Delta, B.C.She said activists aim to blockade other locations where the company might store equipment or have contractors working on the project, prompting Affleck to grant a request to extend the five-metre limit beyond Burnaby, in areas where the company’s contractors and subcontractors may work. He also allowed the company to post warning signs 10 metres from work sites.Dozens of protesters have been arrested since protests escalated last November. Many of them have appeared before Affleck this week to plead guilty to criminal contempt of court for violating the injunction and to pay fines or commit to community service. Others have yet to make court appearances.Neil Chantler, a lawyer for one of 15 defendants named in a notice of civil claim, called Trans Mountain’s request to expand the injunction too broad and said the company was being hypothetical in assuming people would protest beyond Burnaby but had evidence only on the incident at the Delta facility.“Trans Mountain is trying to get a carte blanche order that it may wield in the future wherever it chooses, much to the detriment and uncertainty of the general public,” Chantler said.However, Killoran said there is nothing hypothetical about Trans Mountain’s intention to protect its work sites while continuing a project that the federal government has approved.— Follow @CamilleBains1 on Twitter.Note to readers: This is a corrected story. A previous version excluded scrapping of 10-minute warning