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first_imgESB Networks have advised customers that it is taking measures for full levels of preparedness ahead of Storm Emma. The snow and freezing temperatures forecast for this week may damage the electricity network and ESB Networks has a full emergency response in place to address any power outages.ESB Networks will have advised customers about planned outages taking place this week in order to carry out essential maintenance and repairs. All planned outages have been cancelled for this Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and will be rescheduled at a later date. Extreme weather, heavy snowfalls and freezing temperatures can affect underground and overhead electricity cables and wires.ESB Networks have issued a warning for low hanging or fallen wires:Snow and ice can damage the electricity network by causing electricity wires to hang low or even fall.  These wires will still be live and are extremely dangerous.  Never ever approach or touch electricity network wires under any circumstances. Snow may also cause trees and branches to fall across or lean onto electricity lines. Please do not approach or touch any fallen wires or the tree or branch that they are touching. Please report these dangerous situations immediately by calling 1850 372 999. ESB networks are preparing to dispatch crews to affected areas in the event of a power outage, but have warned that heavy snows may impede access to damaged infrastructure, so outages may take longer than usual to repair.“ESB Networks would like to ask our customers to be prepared to be without electricity in case their area is hit:• Have plenty of food and water available• Have torches with spare batteries available• Make sure your phone is charged and, if possible, have a phone charger at hand for your car• Please check that elderly or vulnerable relatives and neighbours are prepared to be without electricity• If you have electric gates, please check you know how to work them manuallyCustomers without power can check for updates on when their fault is expected to be repaired at www.esbpowercheck.ie or on the PowerCheck App for iPhone and Android devices.” Storm Emma: ESB cancel planned outages ahead of extreme weather was last modified: February 26th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:storm emmalast_img read more


first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterOceania Cruises is unveiling new dinner menus featuring a spectrum of world flavours as well as an all-new executive chef’s Food & Wine Pairing, available every evening. Another standout attraction of the menus are the new Global Cuisine dishes each evening – these are bolder and more adventurous ethnic dishes – for the traveller with a spirit for spice.“These spectacular new menus exemplify our commitment to culinary excellence and offering our guests not just the finest cuisine at sea, but diverse dining choices that surprise and delight the palate,” stated Bob Binder, president & CEO of Oceania Cruises.The ultimate in dining choiceEach evening in the Grand Dining Room, guests will be treated to more than two dozen dishes to choose from (6 appetisers, 3 soups, 4 salads, 9 main courses and 9 side dishes). Every menu incorporates imaginative vegetarian dishes along with Canyon Ranch Balanced Selections that follow the mantra for indulgent yet healthy living. All in all, the menus comprise more than 800 dishes.Not only are there more choices in the new menus but they also offer guests the ultimate in flexibility and customisation. They may choose as many, or few, courses as they wish along with their side dishes and all accompaniments which are ordered à la carte. Dinners may just as easily comprise a meal of appetisers and side dishes as they may run the menu or order one of the paired tasting menus.Hundreds of new dishes accompany old favouritesTravellers sailing for the first time with Oceania Cruises or the 50th will delight at the diversity of selections with fresh and bold flavours, in addition to classic dishes that have been favourites ashore and at sea, for years or decades.“The new Grand Dining Room dinner menus are truly the most creative and varied that you will find at sea. I’m so tremendously proud of our entire culinary team as every member had a hand in the crafting of these amazing creations,” stated Franck Garanger, corporate executive chef for Oceania Cruises.Scintillating new additions – such as herb-crusted cornish hen Diavolo, Palermo-style grilled swordfish, smoked ricotta risotto and Paul Bocuse’s Alaskan halibut Viennoise – accompany time-honoured favourites such as Jacques Pepin’s quartet of beef bourguignon, salmon supreme, steak frites, and herb-crusted rotisserie chicken. Other classics being reprised include involtini di melanzane alla parmigiana, traditional coq au vin, golden-friend wiener schnitzel and Dover sole meunière.Perfect pairings for a perfect eveningGuests looking for a more adventurous dining experience, to create a special evening or just something with a healthy bend will want to experience one of three new tasting menus. Reflecting Oceania Cruises’ globetrotting adventures, the new menus feature a Global Cuisine tasting every evening that focuses on a particular region, specific country or particular cooking style: Asia, France, Cuba, India, United States, Spain, Thailand, Morocco, Polynesia, Greece, South America and Japan. For those seeking a healthy choice, Balanced Selection offers up 4 courses of lighter offerings. The Food & Wine Pairing menu offers up 4 courses selected by master chefs that are paired with 4 wines selected by the head sommelier.These new menus are currently available on board Riviera and will be introduced aboard Sirena in May, Insignia in June, Nautica and Marina in July and Regatta in August.Cuisine, Oceania CruisesGo back to the e-newsletterlast_img read more