Banks DIH rewards employees’ children for outstanding performances at NGSA

first_imgBanks DIH Limited on Saturday rewarded 25 of its employees’ and shareholders’ children who were successful at this year’s National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA).Senior executives of Banks DIH joined by the NGSA bursary awardeesThe children were awarded bursaries towards their future endeavours during the presentation ceremony which was held at the company’s Sports Club, Thirst Park, Georgetown.Delivering remarks at the event, Communications Manager of Banks DIH, Troy Peters, congratulated the students for their accomplishment. He also urged them to continue to strive for excellence.While echoing the same sentiments as Peters, Co-managing Director of Banks DIH, George McDonald also encouraged the children to remain enthusiastic in their academic pursuits.Moreover, the company’s brew master, Matthew Kendall, took the opportunity to remind this year’s awardees that the bursary awards ceremony is the company’s commitment to its social responsibility.Among the awardees were Nia Pemberton, Sadelle Britton, Jorrel Payne, Latavia Darrell, Ziquan Grant, Kymani Jabbar, Ramual Dindyal, Duke Gittens, Daria Clement, Duel Booker, Brianna Hendricks, Shania Duguid, Akeelah Niles, Alliya Stewart and Naomi Smith; all of whom are children of individuals employed with Banks DIH.Adding to that were a number of students who are the children of stakeholders, comprising of Quacy Isaacs, Kazaquah Uzzi, Juan Ferrieira, Angelina Dhoray, Nicholas Parmesar, Saeed Osman, Brandon McKoy, Rashilo Cornelius, Brianna Dey and Kunal Challu.These students are all off to pursue their secondary education at the respective schools awarded based on their performance at the NGSA.last_img read more

Judge jails man who received food from charity and then burgled it

first_imgA man who received free food from a charity later robbed it twice and caused more than €1,000 worth of damage to its premises.Chad Mitchell appeared at Letterkenny District Court charged with two burglaries at the ‘We Care Food Bank’ at Market Square in Letterkenny on July 21st and August 1st last. Mitchell broke into the charity’s premises through a rear door on August 21st and stole €30 in cash.After the robbery, the charity fitted expensive CCTV cameras and a security system.However, a few days later on August 1st, Mitchell broke into the charity’s premises again.He stole food but also removed the CCTV system’s hard-drive as well as pulling down cameras.He was arrested on March 5th last after being identified by fingerprints he left at the scene fo the robberies.His solicitor, Mr Gordon Curley, said his client had been on drugs at the time and was trying to pay off a drug debt.However, he is since off drugs and is looking to move away from Letterkenny when he is freed from jail.Judge Paul Kelly said the crime was “unforgivable.”“It is unforgivable to take advantage of a premises which was assisting him and others,” he said.Judge Kelly jailed Mitchell, of Windmill View, Letterkenny, for 3 months and also fined him a total of €400.Judge jails man who received food from charity and then burgled it was last modified: April 23rd, 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:burglaryChad MitchellWe Care Food Banklast_img read more