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Lemar helps Monaco beat Nice in League Cup quarters


first_img0Shares0000Monaco’s midfielder Thomas Lemar (R) scores during their French Cup football match against Nice at The “Allianz Riviera” stadium in Nice on January 9, 2018 © AFP / VALERY HACHENICE, France, Jan 10 – Thomas Lemar scored as Monaco beat Cote d’Azur rivals Nice 2-1 at the Allianz Riviera on Tuesday to reach the French League Cup semi-finals.Lemar, who has been heavily linked with a move to England, nodded Monaco into an early lead, before Alassane Plea equalised after a video review. Monaco moved back in front before half-time through 21-year-old Adama Diakhaby and Leonardo Jardim’s French champions held on with the aid of a terrible miss by Nice midfielder Pierre Lees-Melou.“This victory was deserved and it is very important for our fans,” said Monaco coach Jardim after his side’s sixth straight win.“Diakhaby is progressing, even if he’s not doing everything right, he’s young and we believe in him.”The Video Assistant Referee (VAR) is being used for the rest of the competition as a test ahead of its expected arrival in Ligue 1 next season, having been used in the promotion/relegation play-off last year.“It’s good, we’re losing two or three minutes in the whole game,” Jardim said. “Errors will decrease, not totally, but by 80 percent.”The hosts were given a blow before kick-off as the in-form Mario Balotelli failed to regain fitness in time after suffering with glute pain.Monaco made a fast start and took the lead in only the third minute, as Lemar found space to head in Keita Balde’s cross from close range to score his third goal of an injury-hit season and send out a message to potential suitors at Arsenal and Liverpool.The 22-year-old drilled into the roof of the net 10 minutes later, only to be denied a second goal by the linesman’s flag for offside.Nice levelled against the run of play in the 18th minute as Plea ran onto Allan Saint-Maximin’s pass and slotted past Diego Benaglio at the Monaco goalkeeper’s near post.The referee checked with VAR for offside, but replays showed that Plea had timed his run to perfection before grabbing his 10th goal of the campaign.The visitors continued to be the better side, though, and they retook the lead as forward Diakhaby sent a half-volley flying into the corner from another excellent Balde delivery.Nice threw bodies forwards in the second half without creating many clear-cut chances, but Lees-Melou should have equalised when he headed wide with the goal gaping from only three yards out.Runaway Ligue 1 leaders Paris Saint-Germain, who have won four straight League Cups, will look to extend their incredible 34-match winning streak in domestic cup games at Amiens on Wednesday.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more


‘I’ve got more chance of dating Kelly Brook!’ – Fans react to news Chelsea want Mauricio Pochettino


first_img Mauricio Pochettino Mauricio Pochettino is a wanted man with the wonders he’s performing at White Hart Lane.Tottenham are very much in the Premier League title race right now, along with Manchester City, Arsenal and Leicester City, after a brilliant campaign so far.So it’s understandable reports are suggesting the Argentine is on Chelsea’s shortlist to become the soon-to-be deposed champions’ next permanent boss.He joins top coaches Diego Simeone, Jorge Sampaoli and Didier Deschamps on the touted four-man list, but the news was met by mixed views form Blues fans, and scorn from Spurs supporters.You can see the best of the reaction from Twitter below… 1last_img


ACTION NEEDED ON BALLYBOFEY’S EMPTY PREMISES CRISIS – JACKSON


first_imgElection candidate Tim JacksonElection candidate Tim Jackson has called for action to be taken in light of Ballybofey’s record-high commercial vacancy rate last year, a problem he says “needs to be addressed with concrete solutions.”“Ballybofey will continue to struggle if something significant is not done. Anyone walking around the town will see for themselves how many premises are empty, and as shops close it means even fewer people are attracted to the town, so it has a knock on effect on other businesses too.”“Having spoken with many business owners, I firmly believe rates payments are one of the biggest obstacles to success for new Donegal ventures, and this is something they could be given a temporary amnesty from if Donegal County Council really want to help revive the local economy and secure jobs.”“The reality is that a currently strong sterling pound, with a weak Euro, has been keeping many Donegal businesses afloat, but our local economy will need to be built on much firmer economic foundations than that if it is to withstand eventual currency fluctuations.” Whilst Ballybofey had the highest rate of vacancies at 32.3%, Letterkenny is in ninth place at 21.6%.The GeoView Report compiled by An Post and Ordinance Survey Ireland also showed the overall vacancy rate in Donegal at 14.2%, whilst the national average was 12.6%.ACTION NEEDED ON BALLYBOFEY’S EMPTY PREMISES CRISIS – JACKSON was last modified: January 12th, 2016 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:BallybofeyCOMMERCIAL PREMISESTim Jacksonlast_img read more


Apple Computer says logo use OK


first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl event160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LONDON – A lawyer for Apple Computer on Wednesday defended the company’s right to use the apple logo on its iTunes Music Store and in a series of TV advertisements for iTunes, despite objections from the Beatles’ Apple Corps recording label. Apple Corps Ltd. is suing Apple Computer Inc. in London’s High Court, saying the computer company broke a 1991 agreement in which each agreed not to enter into the others’ field of business. The British company, started by the Beatles in 1968, argues that Apple Computer has infringed on its territory by entering into the music business, and is seeking to force Apple Computer to drop its apple logo from iTunes and pay unspecified damages. “We say that Apple Computer has been using the Apple mark in connection with musical content,” said Geoffrey Vos, a lawyer for Apple Corps, as he gave his closing arguments Wednesday. “It uses those marks on its music store site at the point of sale of the music content … It signs artists on its site in just the way a record company would.” Anthony Grabiner, a lawyer for Apple Computer, said Wednesday that advertisements featuring musical acts U2, Eminem and Coldplay were entitled to display the apple logo because they were promoting the iTunes store and its download services and not the music itself. “Viewers aren’t ignorant people, but … have significant understanding of what Apple Computer does and the object of the exercise, accepted by people watching, was to get the benefit of the download,” Grabiner said during his closing arguments in the case. “Apple Computer has the exclusive right to use the apple mark on such a broadcast, if used to indicate the source or origin of the hardware and downloading services mentioned in the advert,” he said. At the core of the Apple vs. Apple dispute are conflicting interpretations of the 1991 agreement that ended more than a decade of legal wrangling between the two companies. Grabiner has rejected Apple Corps’ claim that the tech company’s iTunes Music Store violated the trademark agreement. He has said the Cupertino, Calif.-based computer company paid the Fab Four’s firm $26.5 million as part of the 1991 out-of-court settlement, and in return had received “a considerably expanded field of use.” The terms of the deal were kept confidential at the time. Grabiner has said the “distribution of digital entertainment content” was permitted at Apple Computer under the agreement. But Vos has argued that Apple Computer’s music distribution business “was flatly contradictory to the provisions of the agreement.” He said Wednesday that Apple Computer had breached the 1991 agreement by providing a “seamless integration of hardware, software and music.” Apple Corps, whose logo is a green Granny Smith apple, is still owned by Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, the widow of John Lennon and the estate of George Harrison. Vos has argued that while Apple Computer is entitled to produce programs such as iTunes, it should stay out of the music business if it uses the logo, a cartoonish apple with a neat bite out of its side. last_img read more


BURTONPORT ANNUAL KAYAK HOPES TO RAISE FUNDS FOR DUNGLOE HOSPITAL


first_imgBASK – Burtonport Annual Sponsored Kayak are holding their Annual Sponsored Kayak from Dungloe Pier to Burtonport Harbour on Sun 15th Sept 2013 at 2.30pm. All money raised is in aid of Dungloe Hospital Patient Care Fund.– This event is open to all age groups. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult– Support boat will be in attendance on the day – Lifejackets must be worn by all participants– Own kayak essential– Leaving Dungloe pier (opposite Donegal Coast Hotel) at 2.30pm sharp– Approx time 1hour 20mins If anyone is interested in taking part the please do not hesitate to contact Annette 0876448417 or Gerard 0877730727Please come and support this event either on the water or from the pier 😀Everyone welcome!! BURTONPORT ANNUAL KAYAK HOPES TO RAISE FUNDS FOR DUNGLOE HOSPITAL was last modified: September 4th, 2013 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:burtonportDungloe patient fundfundsKayakraisesponsoredlast_img read more


DONEGAL RESTAURANT WINS ACCESSIBILITY AWARD


first_imgStrabane District Council chairman Thomas Kerrigan and Madge Toye-Temple presenting Geraldine Robinson and Colette Kelly from Sargasso Restaurant with their Bronze award.Sargasso Restaurant in Letterkenny has been awarded one of the first Change a Little Change a Lot Accessibility Awards.Sargasso Restaurant along with Douglas Bridge Cross Community Association Limited in Strabane were presented with a bronze accessibility award, while Healthy Bon Fitness Club in Strabane received a silver accessibility award.Straddling the cross border axis of Donegal and Strabane, the awards honour businesses, community organistions and public sector bodies who make themselves more accessible to people with disabilities. Funding for this project has been provided by the European Union’s INTERREG IVA programme, secured by Co-operation and Working Together’s (CAWT) Community Awareness Programme.Last week’s CSO figures for Co. Donegal show that 14% of the population in the county have a disability while this figure is similar in neighbouring Strabane.“As I know from my own family experience finding accessible social venues locally is very difficult so it was very close to my heart when I opened Sargasso last year to create a fully accessible restaurant to enable full inclusion in the dining experience” says Colette Kelly, owner of Sargasso Restaurant.“When we saw the Change a Little Change a Lot Awards we knew they were right up our street. Social inclusion is a must for the future so I would really encourage businesses to apply for the awards and make whatever changes they need to reach the necessary accessibility standards.” Sharing the same commitment to accessibility and inclusivity, Sargasso staff have undergone Disability Awareness training which has improved confidence in using a range of methods to communicate with people with disabilities and one staff member has sign language skills. The restaurant menu is now available in large print and other alternative formats will be provided on request.“There’s no doubt that being inclusive is simply good business,” says Caroline Robinson, Restaurant Manager. “We really enjoyed going through the process with ADAPT NI whose services were absolutely free as a result of this programme. They guided us and ensured we made changes that would make a difference.”This programme culminates in an overall gala awards ceremony in the Clanree Hotel on 30th May 2013. The results of this awards programme will mean that people with a disability in the Donegal/Strabane area will be able to access their services easier, and according to the organisers will “give participating organisations’ edge in the marketplace and encourage more footfall into their companies.”To apply log onto www.changealittlechangealot.com or email Joanne@mediabox.ie for more details. You can also call Joanne directly on +353 74 9168478. DONEGAL RESTAURANT WINS ACCESSIBILITY AWARD was last modified: November 22nd, 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:DONEGAL RESTAURANT WINS ACCESSIBILITY AWARDlast_img read more


Times are changing at Westridge


first_img From the school’s first water polo championship earlier this year to older banners recapping Prep League titles in tennis, it would appear the entire proud sports history of Westridge High School are on display — except for girls volleyball, that is. As Yu knows, though, that may be changing at Westridge. PASADENA — As he gazed upon the rafters of the friendly confines of Hoffman Gymnasium, Westridge girls volleyball coach Billy Yu noticed something was missing. From the walls are posted several championships banners boasting past Tiger glories. The Cal State Los Angeles grad came to Westridge off a three-year (2001-2003) run at Milken Community High School in Los Angeles, where he took a forlorn boys volleyball program to the playoffs three consecutive years. “They hadn’t been to the playoffs in years,” said Yu, who was twice named Westside League Coach of the Year. “It was when I was at Milken that I heard about an opening at Westridge. I decided to check it out.” It didn’t take long for Westridge Athletic director Melanie Horn to hire Yu. “She was committed to winning,” Yu said of Horn. “She had wanted to improve upon the sports program and a good place to start was with volleyball.” Upon inheriting the volleyball team, Yu put in place a three-year plan that did not promise prominence, but respectability. “From Day One, coach infused a different attitude into this team,” junior outside hitter Kelly McCall said. “We’ve fallen behind in a lot of games this year but the girls on this team trust each other and we’ve been able to rally.” While Yu takes credit for the new sense of confidence his players seem to have, he’s been a bit shocked by the results. “By the end of the third year, I was hoping we would contend for a playoff spot,” Yu said. “I didn’t expect us too be doing this well.” The Tigers enter today’s game against Flintridge Prep with a 15-1 record, 5-1 in league play. Having beaten ranked teams such as Pasadena Poly, Flintridge Prep, Mayfield and Rio Hondo Prep, it seems Westridge has impressed everyone but the CIF pollsters, who have yet to rank them. “Yeah, being unranked is kind of strange,” senior outside hitter Elise Post said. “But I think we have to continue to earn respect. The only way to do that is to go out win and show everybody this Westridge team is different.” Yu echoed Post’s comments. “Hey, if teams are going to overlook us because they think they’re playing Westridge, that’s fine,” the coach said. “We’re just going to continue to play hard and win. Times are changing here.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week “I would love to put up a banner up there for volleyball this year,” Yu said. “The banner would signify the ultimate goal for this team this year — to capture a Prep League title.” Such conceptions were near inconceivable when Yu took over as head coach last year. Having only won two matches in 2003, Westridge was coming off one of its worst seasons. “The expectations that year … well they were to do a lot better,” Yu said about his first year. “When you try to build or rebuild, that can be quite a difficult challenge.” But putting programs back on the map is nothing knew to Yu. last_img read more


DD LOCAL – RAPHOE HOSTS CROSS BORDER INITIATIVE ON DISABILITY


first_imgRAPHOE NOTES Cross-border Forum on Disabilities PresentationIn February 2013 Raphoe Family Resource Centre received funding from the Reconciliation through the Riverine, a joint initiative between Donegal Co. Council and Strabane District Council with strong support from the local community through the Riverine Forum. The funding was to establish a cross-border forum on disability, which aimed to develop cross-community, cross-border relationships between people with disabilities in the Strabane and Lifford areas. With the help of disability organisations such as Rehabcare, Lifford and Glenside Adult Training Centre, Strabane 17 people with intellectual and physical disabilities were recruited. The participants took part in 28 facilitated sessions to enhance their understanding of traditions and cultures; increase levels of tolerance and acceptance; decrease levels of isolation, alienation and social exclusion, and to enable people with disabilities in becoming more ‘visible’ in daily lives of communities.On Friday 27th September, the final day of the project, the participants were presented with certificates by Mr. Eamonn Browne, Project Coordinator, Reconciliation through the Riverine to mark their involvement in the Cross-border Forum on Disabilities.The overall aim of the Reconciliation through the Riverine is to address the impact of the ‘conflict’ on the Strabane/Lifford area and its hinterlands by regenerating the border riverside area so as to create an iconic shared space as a lasting legacy of the Peace Process and consolidating the work undertaken in the last 15 years in terms of peace building and reconciliation.The Reconciliation through the Riverine is funded by the International Fund for Ireland (IFI). Since it was established by the Irish and British Governments in 1986, the IFI has worked to underpin efforts towards peace in Northern Ireland. Progress is due in no small part to consistent international encouragement and generous political and practical support for peace in the island of Ireland. The International Fund has been the principal channel for this support, notably from the United States, the European Union, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. “This project is supported by the Reconciliation through the Riverine Project managed by Donegal County Council and funded by the International Fund for Ireland”.RAPHOE FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE AGMRaphoe Family Resource Centre will hold their AGM on Wednesday 9th October at 7.30 2013 in the Resource Centre William Street Raphoe.RAPHOE PLAYGROUND FUNDRAISER TABLE QUIZTable Quiz in Central Hotel Raphoe on Thursday 3rd October at 8.30 p.m. Teams of 4 €5.00 per person COURSES FOR AUTUMN/WINTERRaphoe Family Centre are now taking names for beginners Crocheting classes and Health & Well Being through Mindfullness. For further information please contact Melanie on 074 9145796SOMETHING SPECIAL SUPPORT GROUPSupporting the needs of Parents/Guardians of Children with Delayed Communication/learning Skills and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Support meeting taking place on Tuesday 8th October at 7.30 p.m. for details contact Melanie 074 9145796RAPHOE FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMME TIME TABLETuesday: 3rd & 4th class 3.00-4.00pm5th & 6th class 4.00-5.00pmWednesday: Junior & Senior Infants 2.00-3.00pm1st & 2nd class 3.00-4.00pmComputer Club 3.00- 5.00 p.m. (7 – 12 years olds)Homework Support 5.30 – 6.30 p.m.Youth Café 7.00-9.00pmThursday: Junior & Senior Infants 2.00-3.00pm1st & 2nd class 3.00-4.00pmCOUNSELLING SERVICES:The service which is free and confidential is by appointment only by telephoning 086 3601718.RAPHOE WALKING GROUP:The Raphoe Walking Group meets every Thursday at 10.30am in the Family Resource Centre. Everyone Welcome. This is a brilliant opportunity to get fit (ter) and meet new people in your Community.LITTLE SMILES WITH BIG DREAMSLittle Smile’s is a local parent and toddler group that meets in the Family Resource Centre on Wednesday morning from 10.30 -12 noon. The group is also open to grandparents/ Aunts/Uncles and childminders. This is a great opportunity for pre-school children to meet other children, enjoy messy play, story time and music. Light lunch is provides.HARVEST SOCIALIn aid of Raymochey Parish church on Friday 18th October from 9.00 – 1.00 a.m. in Manorcunningham Resource Centre, Music by George Bustard, supper will be served on the night. Tickets €7.50SPRINGBOARD FAMILY SUPPORT PROJECTBOOK A PLACE ON OUR FORTHCOMING PROGRAMMESPARENTS PLUS PROGRAMME0-6 YR OLDS / 6-12YRS OLDSSpringboard Family Support Project are now taken names for two upcoming8 week Parents Plus Programmes –0-6 YR OLDS & 6-12YRS OLDSA practical & positive guide to parenting childrenTopics include: Being a responsive parent, encouraging and supporting children. Promoting children’s language and development. Helping children concentrate and learn Building co- operation in young children, Managing tantrums, misbehaviour and problems.These programmes will be held on Monday mornings from 10.00 am – 12 noonDate for programmes to be confirmedContact Springboard office on 074 9173918Venue: Springboard, Castlegrove, Raphoe(Childcare & Travel can also be provided)Little ExplorersParent & Toddler GroupParent and Toddler Group is an activity which allows Parents / guardians to attend a session which looks at different activities which promotes learning and fun for children aged 0-4 years. Children will avail of a variety of activities which support their physical, social and emotional development as well as promoting their language development.Parent and Toddler also gives parent / Guardians the opportunity to socialize and meet up in a warm caring stimulating environment. The activities on offer at Little Explorers are: Arts & Crafts, Physical play, Circle and Rhyme Time & Information sessions for parentsParents are provided with a healthy snack!!!! The Parent and toddler session runs every Tuesday morning from 11.00am – 12.30pm. Why not come along and have some fun!!!!TIN WHISTLE CLASSES RESUME.Tin whistle classes with Christy Murray at the usual venue- the Playschool on Castle road or also known as the back road Raphoe. The classes will be, Beginners/juniors 7.00 – 7.40 p.m. Intermediate 7.45 – 8.25 p.m. Adults (over16) 8.30 – 9.10 p.m. everybody welcome All whistles should be in the key of D.St Vincent de Paul Conference of St Columba Raphoe.Please contact in confidence Tel: 0860696332.MAKE IT HAPPEN TRAINING FOR SUCCESS AT TYRONE DONEGAL PARTNERSHIPThis course offers unique Training Programme tailored to overcome barriers to learning for School leavers and young Adults. A small allowance may be available. If interested please contact Tyrone Donegal Partnership on 028 82250962.RAPHOE BOXING CLUBRaphoe Intermediates boxers will be in action next week in the Dockers Club Belfast when the Ulster Intermediate Championships are staged. On Saturday 5th October the Donegal Novice Championships will be held in the Letterkenny clubhouse and the Raphoe club will have 5 boxers in action at the championships. Tickets for the clubs 25th anniversary in Jackson’s hotel on 16th November are now sale and can be had from any club member at the clubhouse Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6.00 – 9.00 p.m. or contact Gary Mc Cullagh 0876620824 or Peter O Donnell 0877703116DD LOCAL – RAPHOE HOSTS CROSS BORDER INITIATIVE ON DISABILITY was last modified: September 27th, 2013 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)last_img read more


Animals In Need: How to keep your pets safe this summer


first_imgThe sun has finally come out and Donegal charity Animals In Need have offered the following advice to ensure that your pets enjoy the warm weather safely too.Dogs in cars – Every summer dogs die from heatstroke, most commonly when left inside a parked car. Within minutes the temperature inside a car can rise by up to 20 degrees above that outside, turning the car into an oven that bakes the dog from the inside out.Ventilation – Dogs can’t cope with the heat by sweating like humans do and can only sweat through their paws or by panting. Leaving a car window open isn’t enough ventilation so if you think you’ll have to leave your dog unattended in a car for any time at all, please just leave them at home instead. Heatstroke – A dog suffering from heatstroke will need urgent veterinary care, but in the meantime, try to lower the dog’s temperature by moving him to a cooler area, wetting the coat and particularly the paws and face and if possible, immerse the dog fully in cool water.Burnt Paws – To avoid dogs sustaining burnt paws as asphalt pavements soften and melt or from contact with scorching metal or sand, walk them in the early mornings and evenings when it is cooler. If you couldn’t walk along with bare feet, neither should they.Shade – If your animal spends a lot of time outside, make sure they always have access to a shaded area and plenty of fresh water to drink.Sunburn – Dogs and cats can suffer from sunburn, especially if they are light coloured or white, and exposed areas such as their nose and ears are particularly at risk. Either keep them inside during the hottest hours or ask your vet for a recommended safe sunblock/cream to use – baby sun cream used sparingly is often fine as long as it doesn’t carry warnings about ingestion but it’s always best to double check with an expert. Dehydration – Feral cats can become dehydrated during a heatwave as their normal water source dries up, so please consider leaving out a bowl of water for any stray animals or thirsty wildlife that may be actually dying for want of a drink.Animals In Need: How to keep your pets safe this summer was last modified: June 30th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare 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)last_img read more


Watch: Opel Vivaro at Herron Auto – the van that does more for your business


first_imgThis week with Herron Auto Donegal, we take a look at the Opel Vivaro – the practical, intelligent and elegant van which does more for your business.  With a highly flexible loadspace, mobile office functionality and Germanstandard safety features, the Vivaro has been engineered specifically to drive your business forward.Striking Opel design and German engineering precisionState-of-the-art technology and innovation rarely found in a lightcommercial vehicleA range of efficient engines and transmissionsAvailable in 3 bodystyles and 2 body lengths – L1 and L21Adjustable office table2 & smartphone/tablet holdersMaximum load volume of up to 6.6m33 and payload up to 1400kg4Advanced safety and driver assistance features1 Wheelbase options vary according to which bodystyle is chosen. Body length availability dependent on bodystyle.2 Part of the optional FlexCargo® 2-seater passenger bench.3 On L2 models fitted with FlexCargo®4 Dependent on modelArrange a test drive or to talk to a dedicated finance specialist, call the sales team at Herron AutoT: 0749722555E: sales@herronauto.ieWatch: Opel Vivaro at Herron Auto – the van that does more for your business was last modified: December 8th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare 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)last_img read more