Supreme Court rules in favour of Tennis Ja

first_imgThe Supreme Court of Jamaica has dismissed an application made last Friday for interim injunctions against Tennis Jamaica brought by one of its members, Joseph Dibbs, to restrain the holding of an extraordinary general meeting (EGM).The EGM which was scheduled for yesterday was postponed by the board of Tennis Jamaica at a special emergency meeting on Monday shortly after the ruling was made. According to a release from Tennis Jamaica a new date for the EGM will be announced shortly. The meeting was postponed, the release said, to allow members to be apprised of the situation and to participate fully in the process of selecting a new administration.The injunctions were sought in a claim which was seeking, among other things, a determination that John Azar was duly and validly elected president of Tennis Jamaica arising out of the annual general meeting of Tennis Jamaica held on November 19 last year.last_img read more


first_imgWork has started today on a massive 20,000 sq ft extension to Letterkenny’s CoLab Building which hopes to create dozens of new start-up jobs.Work started today to double the size of Letterkenny’s CoLab building.Diggers have moved onto the site at the LYIT to start the new building which will house scores of new small businesses.The extension was delayed due to objections by local residents but An Bord Pleanala gave the green light for the project. The extension will double the size of the CoLab which boasts a number of local businesses including 3D Issue, SendMode, KeyedIn Solutions, Safetech and Donegal Daily.More than 100 people are currently employed in start-up businesses in the CoLab and management hope that will double when the extension is complete.A number of start-up businesses have already booked offices in the new building.Work starts on the new extension at the CoLab which already employs more than 100 people.The extension is part of a partnership with the North West Cross Border Region Group, the Northern Ireland Science Park and Ilex in Derry. The aim is to set up a regional Science Park campus, modeled on the highly successful development in the Titanic Quarter in Belfast which would provide a significant boost to the northwest economyMore than €80m euro has been spent developing the LYIT campus in recent years. JOBS BOOST AS WORK STARTS ON NEW 20,000 SQ FT COLAB EXTENSION was last modified: April 23rd, 2014 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:CoLabdonegaljobsletterkennyLYITlast_img read more