Ar mhaith leat a bheith i d’aisteoir i Ros na Rún?Tá siad ar thóir an chéad réalt mhór Ghaeilge eile.Tá dráma Gaeilge TG4 ‘Ros Na Rún’, ar thóir aisteoirí nua Gaeilge. Má tá cúpla focal agat agus suim agat san aisteoireacht, seo é do sheans a bheith páirteach i gceann de na sraitheanna drámaíochta is mó sa tír. Tabharfaidh aisteoirí faoin seit céanna is a thug Stephen Fry, seit ar a mbíonn aisteoirí a bhfuil aithne mhór orthu anois – go deimhin féin cá mbeadh an lucht féachana gan Séamus, duine de mhór-charachtair an tsobalchláir agus atá ann le seacht mbliana déag. Is go leor scéalta móra le teacht, bí cinnte go dtabharfar dúshlán na n-aisteoirí nua agus leis sin beidh deis acu cur leis na scileanna atá acu.I measc na scéalta ó chuaigh an sobalchlár ar aer, bhí an chéad phóg homaighnéasach ar theilifís na hÉireann, scéal faoi dhéagóir a bheith ag iompar clainne, dúnmharú, drugaí agus mealladh na mban agus na bhfear!Le scéalta maithe ag teacht aníos ar an mbaile beag, tá foireann Ros na Rún ag cuardach aisteoirí fir agus aisteoirí mná don chéad séasúr eile.Reáchtálfar éisteachtaí ar seit Ros na Rún sa Spidéal i gCo. na Gaillimhe. Beidh Gaeilge líofa riachtanach do gach uile pháirt.Reachtálfar éisteachtaí ar an:Dé Luain 14 agus Dé Máirt 15 Aibreán 2014Má tá suim agat éisteacht a dhéanamh, seol do CV chomh maith le grianghraf a tógadh uait le déanaí chuig firstname.lastname@example.org.Beidh Ros na Rún i dteagmháil leat ina dhiaidh sin maidir leis na héisteachtaí. Chun tuilleadh eolais a fháil, glaoigh ar 091 558400.AR MHAITH LEAT A BHEITH I D’AISTEOIR I ROS NA RÚN? was last modified: April 8th, 2014 by John2Share 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:acting rolesAR MHAITH LEAT A BHEITH I D’AISTEOIR I ROS NA RÚN?TG4
Rob Green came to QPR’s rescue with a fine save during a tense first half at Loftus Road.In a crucial match for both relegation-threatened sides, keeper Green dived to his left to tip George Boyd’s stunning 30-yard effort onto the post in the 28th minute.Burnley had caused Rangers some early problems, with Ashley Barnes shooting high and wide before Green recovered after dropping a cross to block Scott Arfield’s follow-up.After Boyd almost opened the scoring, Rangers went close too when Eduardo Vargas’ shot was cleared off the line by Michael Keane. QPR (4-4-2): Green; Isla, Dunne, Caulker, Yun; Vargas, Barton, Henry; Fer; Zamora, Austin. Subs: McCarthy, Ferdinand, Onuoha, Phillips, Mutch, Kranjcar, Hoilett. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
11 April 2013 Mobile telecommunications operator MTN went live in Ghana and Nigeria on Wednesday with a range of cloud computing services for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), with launches in Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, South Africa and Uganda to follow later this year. Cloud computing involves the delivery of computing resources over the internet. Users access cloud-based applications through their web browsers or mobile apps, while software and data are stored on remote servers. MTN launched cloud pilot projects in Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria, Uganda and South Africa in December, becoming the first mobile network operator in Africa to adopt the cloud service brokerage model, in which access to services is centralised, with MTN in this case acting as the single point of contact for customers. “The focus is on convenience, as centralising access to services eases the administrative burden for businesses, where instead of dealing with multiple service providers, they now deal with one,” MTN said in a statement on Tuesday. “What the pilot project confirmed is that our offerings are on the mark,” said Farhad Khan, executive for MTN’s group enterprise business unit. “There is great appetite for ICT solutions that are relevant, customised and affordable. SMEs are looking to technology service providers such as MTN to bring them world-class tools that improve their business efficiencies. MTN Cloud offers exactly that.” MTN Cloud offers an impressive list of services. As part of the trial, participating companies were offered access to Office Desktop, a cost-effective e-mail and collaborative software; Mozypro, a back-up service for the effective management of files and servers; and Dialcom, an on-demand video conferencing offering. Also on offer were McAfee, a popular anti-virus and anti-spam security software; Averiware, used for companies’ HR, accounting, finance and sales force automation needs; and Microsoft SharePoint, a staff and cross functional collaborative tool. This is in addition to Microsoft Dynamics CRM, a customer relations management tool. According to MTN, the most popular solutions during the trial were Averiware, MozyPro Online Backup, and McAfee SaaS. Companies that participated in the pilot ranged from SMEs in the IT, manufacturing and hospitality sectors in Ghana to those in media and advertising in Nigeria. “MTN is optimistic about the uptake of MTN Cloud,” Khan said. “Our focus as MTN is to contribute to the development of enterprises and the sustainable growth of economies, and SMEs are key economic growth drivers in most of our markets.” MTN said that business customers would receive a 30-day trial of MTN Cloud. Customers who subscribed to MTN Cloud through MTN Business would also be able to pay for services using airtime. “Plans are also under way to enable businesses to use MTN Mobile Money to pay for MTN Cloud services, with payment being effected in the local currency of the participating market,” the company said. SAinfo reporter
Pune: Passengers on Delhi-Pune Air India flight AI 849 had a close shave after it overshot the 2,535-metre runway at the Lohegaon Airport in Pune, forcing an emergency evacuation of those aboard. No one was injured. Authorities said all 152 passengers were safely evacuated, while the runway was shut down for over an hour as the aircraft had to be towed awayA number of flights between 6.27 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. were delayed as a result.“The plane overshot the runway after touching down at 6:27 p.m. It halted safely and was towed away. All passengers were evacuated using chutes and no one was injured,” said Air India officials.While many flights were delayed, details were awaited at the time of going to press. Directorate General of Civil Aviation officials said the incident was serious in nature and would be investigated. “This is a case of runway excursion, which seems to be due to excessive tail winds. But there is no damage to the aircraft. A DGCA team from Mumbai will visit Pune on Saturday,” officials said. The Pune Airport forms part of the Indian Air Force’s Lohegaon Air Base and currently handles 126 civil aircraft movements. Air India officials said that a ferry flight was being arranged to fly from Delhi to Pune for the passengers waiting to fly to the capital.