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The Betting and Gaming Council (BGC), the body that represents Great Britain’s betting and gambling industry, has urged the government to continue to be flexible as it prepares to taper off its novel coronavirus (Covid-19) furlough scheme in order to protect jobs in the sector.Chancellor Rushi Sunak implemented the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme in March to help workers impacted by the outbreak, pledging that the government would pay 80% of their wages up to £2,500 per month.Sunak last week confirmed that the scheme would finish at the end of October, but employers would need to start contributing to the costs of the initiative from August.Businesses will be required to pay National Insurance and pension contributions from August, then 10% of pay from September and 20% in October. Staff would also be permitted to return to work on a part-time basis in July, but employers would need to pay 100% of their wages.The BGC said it welcomed the announcement, saying the ongoing support would enable bingo halls and casinos to get back up and running while retaining control over staffing costs.Betting shops, bingo halls and casinos have been closed since 20 March as part of an effort to slow the spread of Covid-19. Betting shops are due to start reopening from 15 June along with other ‘non-essential retail’.“Any help for businesses from the government at this time of global crisis is of course welcome, and we thank the Chancellor for providing more clarity on how the furlough scheme will operate until the end of October,” BGC chief executive Michael Dugher said.“Even though the lockdown is easing, many of our member companies – and in particular in casinos and bingo halls – will be forced to operate at a reduced capacity for the foreseeable future because of the need to maintain strict social distancing.”The scheme had initially been due to run until the end of July, though this was extended last month due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis. The BGC praised the decision, saying it would help protect jobs, with around 64,000 people working in the UK retail betting and gaming sector.Gambling and betting operators have also benefitted from the Business Rates Retail Discount, meaning they will receive 100% business rates relief in recognition that they had to close as part of measures to slow the spread of coronavirus.Dugher said that as many retail gambling facilities will be forced to operate at a reduced capacity for the foreseeable future in order to adhere to strict social distancing, ongoing support from the government would be widely welcomed.“Given the significant contribution the hospitality and leisure sector makes to the UK economy, we would urge Mr Sunak keep being flexible and acknowledge that it will continue to need support from the government as the country emerges from the pandemic,” Dugher said.“We have had super engagement with the government up until now, and we look forward to that continuing so we can ensure the betting and gaming industry can play its full part in getting the UK back on its feet.” Email Address Topics: Casino & games Finance Bingo AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 1st June 2020 | By contenteditor Tags: OTB and Betting Shops The Betting and Gaming Council (BGC), the body that represents Great Britain’s betting and gambling industry, has urged the government to continue to be flexible as it prepares to taper off its novel coronavirus (Covid-19) furlough scheme in order to protect jobs in the sector. BGC urges flexibility over UK furlough scheme Regions: UK & Ireland Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Bingo
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 20th July 2020 | By contenteditor “I am delighted to welcome Limor to the 888 board,” chair of the operator’s board Brian Mattingley commented.“Her involvement as a leader in a diverse range of businesses, together with her understanding of disruptive technologies, will be of significant benefit to 888 as we continue to grow and develop as a global leader in online gaming.”Late last month the operator revealed that it expects to beat revenue and earnings forecasts for 2020, despite the disruption caused by novel coronavirus (Covid-19). While it acknowledged that the economic fall-out caused by the pandemic could harm revenue in the second half, it said a strong performance from online poker and a robust recovery from sports betting had complemented consumer migration to igaming in 2020 to date. Topics: People 888 Holdings has named Limor Ganot as an independent non-executive director, effective 1 August. Tags: Online Gambling 888 appoints venture capital exec to board of directors People Email Address Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 888 Holdings has named Limor Ganot as an independent non-executive director, effective 1 August.Ganot currently serves as managing partner of Gefen Capital, a US-Israeli venue capital fund that targets investment in disruptive technology startups.She also serves on the global advisory board of payments giant Diners Club International, and previously served as co-chief executive of Israeli conglomerate Alon Blue Square.
African Alliance Insurance Company Plc (AFRINS.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Financial sector has released it’s 2013 abridged results.For more information about African Alliance Insurance Company Plc (AFRINS.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the African Alliance Insurance Company Plc (AFRINS.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: African Alliance Insurance Company Plc (AFRINS.ng) 2013 abridged results.Company ProfileAfrican Alliance Insurance Company Plc is a life insurance company in Nigeria offering a combination of protection (term assurance and group life), savings and investment products. The company is regarded as one of the most experienced and strongest Specialist Life Assurance Offices in Nigeria with some 60 years’ experience in the insurance sector. The company also offers annuity and group life products as well as savings schemes and investment products. African Alliance Insurance operates a network of 18 branch offices. African Alliance Insurance Company has additional business interests which includes developing and managing properties in Nigeria, owning and managing an airline, operating a restaurant and providing catering services. The company has a 100% stake in Axiom Air Plc, a cargo airline company, Frenchies Foods (Nigeria) Plc and a restaurant and catering services company. It has a 96% stake in Ghana Life Insurance Company Plc. African Alliance Insurance Plc is a subsidiary of Conau Plc and has the backing of world-class reinsurers, Munich Reinsurance Company. Its head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. African Alliance Insurance Company Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here From Florida Hospital – Apopka Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom TAGSFlorida Hospital – Apopka Previous articleOCSO releases name of deceased deputyNext articleApopka responds to a terrible, tragic day in Central Florida Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here Your face will tell you a lot about the way you are feeling, and even your general outlook on life. Check out that little space between your eyebrows – is it crinkling right now? Are your lips pouting? Eyes wincing? Jaw clenching? Nose wrinkling? If so, you might just need a little outlook shift. And we’ve got some tips that may help turn that pout – and outlook – around in no time.Alexander Chriest, Education Manager for CREATION Health Employees, has valuable advice when it comes to improving what your face might be portraying. “Having a positive attitude generally leads to a happier life, which you really do “wear,” says Chriest. “I explain it as making the choice to put on different lenses,” he continues.Alexander ChriestEducation Manager, CREATION Health Employees“If you have your lighter, positive lenses on, you see things a little brighter and interpret your surroundings and life events with more grace or patience.” “If you have darker lenses on, you tend to miss the beauty of what’s around you, only see the negative side of a situation and experience more frustration,” he adds.So, what does it ultimately take to wear a more positive outlook? Chriest shares his insights.Take responsibilityThere are many things that we can’t necessarily control in our lives. Good and bad things happen. When good things happen, it makes us feel amazing and encouraged. It’s when the bad things happen that tries our outlook.“When challenging things happen in your life, focus on the things that you can control in the situation,” says Chriest. You can control how you view your challenges, how you try to overcome them, and whether something positive could result from them in the future,” he adds.Chriest continues, “It’s important to remember that we always have choices, even if it feels like we don’t.” We have control over our thoughts, feelings, how we treat others, health, nutrition, and the list continues. If you find your face starting to crinkle, grab your lighter lenses and focus on something that you can do to harness a lighter and brighter outlook.Shift your perspectiveYou just got the spinning circle of document death and completely lost that important work report, on which you’ve spent hours, in cyberspace. Ugh. You just got cut-off by a car trying to merge into your lane, nearly causing an accident. Double Ugh. Can you feel your face wincing yet?We go about our day expecting that everything is going to pan out perfectly. If we change our perspective and accept that we can’t always control the world and people around us, we tend to have lighter lenses on. We can better accept these challenges as they come and move on in a positive direction.Furthermore, Chriest adds, “When you shift your perspective you tend to appreciate any challenge and see it as a positive because it could always be worse.” If you lost three hours of work on that important document, at least you didn’t lose the entire thing. Instead of being upset with someone who cut you off while driving, be grateful that you skirted an accident and are OK. Just because you may have dark lenses on one minute, doesn’t mean you can’t take them off and put the lighter ones on the next.Chriest offers one of his pearls of wisdom: “Sometimes I ask myself: Am I having a bad day or 5 bad minutes?” “Don’t let one upsetting moment ruin the rest of your time and experiences in that day.”Create a “Happiness Toolkit”“What makes you the happiest?” “It could be one thing or many, but whatever makes you happy should be in a toolkit that you have available when you need a shift in lenses,” suggests Chriest.You can get creative with this. It could be a digital folder housing pictures of things that remind you of what makes you happy, or a physical “toolkit” that you keep in your car with tokens of items that make you happy and inspire you.When you are experiencing struggles, reach into this toolkit for a shift toward positivity. How could you not turn that pout into a smile after looking at photos of loved ones, reading your favorite inspirational quotes, holding a sentimental gift, seeing a souvenir from your favorite vacation, or focusing on a symbol of one of your greatest achievements?“Making a happiness toolkit is a really constructive way to take control of a situation that is bringing you down,” says Chriest. It’s an instant boost that can help you to recognize and appreciate the wonderful things in your life when a more negative moment might be making you otherwise stressed.So, the next time you get that jaw clenching, nose wrinkling, eye wincing feeling, remember to put on your brighter lenses: Take control, shift your perspective, and grab your happiness toolkit to improve – and wear – a more positive outlook. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000
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About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. 80 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis5 Advertisement The 2016/17 edition of the DSC’s Guide to New Trusts has been published.The annual guide gives access to 100 new funders registered with the Charity Commission or the Scottish Charity Regulator in 2015/16. It provides details of each new grant-maker, their aims and objectives, the kinds of project they fund and their application process, including contact details and application deadlines.The guide is authored by Rachel Cain and Jodie Huyton, and is available from the DSC site for £50.00, or for £45.00 as a PDF. 79 total views, 1 views today Melanie May | 27 June 2016 | News Tagged with: Finance Funding AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis5 Guide to New Trusts 2016/17 published
Help by sharing this information NSO Group hasn’t kept its promises on human rights, RSF and other NGOs say News Follow the news on Mexico April 28, 2021 Find out more News MexicoAmericas Organisation Reporter murdered in northwestern Mexico’s Sonora state Receive email alerts to go further May 13, 2021 Find out more Reports 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies May 5, 2021 Find out more News August 13, 2012 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Organized crime’s hand seen behind threats to women journalists Two women journalists have received threats in connection with their work in the past few days. One is Olga Wornat, an Argentine journalist normally based in Mexico, who fled abroad at the end of last year because of earlier threats. The other is the Mexican independent journalist Lydia Cacho, who has just fled the country.Wornat told Reporters Without Borders she is now being threatened over a soon-to-be-published book about outgoing President Felipe Calderón, which has just been excerpted in Playboy México. The magazine’s Argentine-Mexican editor Gabriel Bauducco has also been “warned” in the past few days (watch this video).Cacho, the author of “Esclavas del Poder” (Slaves of Authority), a 2010 book about the slave trade in women and children in Latin America, decided to flee abroad for a while after receiving renewed threats at the start of the month.”In each case, a woman journalist has been threatened and intimidated for shedding light on organized crime’s activities and infiltration into high-level political circles,” Reporters Without Borders said. “What Wornat and Cacho revealed has highlighted the need for a complete overhaul of the Mexican judicial system in order to combat impunity and provide people with real protection. We meanwhile urge the authorities to devise a plan for providing these two women with proper security so that they can return to Mexico.” Wornat, whose book about Calderón’s 2006-2012 presidency is entitled “Felipe el Obscuro” (Felipe the Obscure), received threatening emails on 2, 8 and 11 August. The latest one said: “You see that no one is going to help you. Not one of these lousy little journalists is giving you any solidarity.” Referring to Playboy México’s latest issue, which excerpted a chapter from the book, the email added: “You want to play with us by publishing your pathetic article in Playboy.” The chapter focuses on the parliamentarian Rosa María de la Garza, a member of Calderón’s right-wing National Action Party (PAN), and on her husband, Alejandro Orozco, who are pastors in an ultra-conservative evangelical sect called La Casa sobre la Roca (The House on the Rock).According to Wornat, the couple acted as Calderón’s spiritual advisers and lived in a house confiscated from Vicente Carrillo Leyva, the drug trafficking son of Amado Carrillo Fuentes, an alleged Juárez Cartel chief known as “Lord of the Skies,” who died in 1996.De la Garza also heads the parliament’s Anti-Human Trafficking Committee and, as such, has been accused by some Mexican media of politically exploiting people whose cause she is supposed to defend. Cacho, who continues to defend women and children against exploitation, told Reporters Without Borders she decided to leave the country after hearing a man’s voice on her emergency radio communication device saying: “We are going to send you home in little pieces, slut!” Cacho added that she wants to return soon but pointed out that the Mexican authorities never implemented the protective measures that were requested by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in 2009.Cacho was illegally detained in 2005 on the orders of Puebla governor Mario Marín after linking an associate of his, businessman José Camel Nacif, to a major pedophile ring. Wornat was placed under house arrest the same year for allegedly defaming Marta Sahagún, the wife of then President Vicente Fox (2000-2006). RSF_en MexicoAmericas
Previous article#Limerick apartment block for saleNext articleJack knifed truck blocked #Limerick to #Waterford road Bernie Englishhttp://www.limerickpost.ieBernie English has been working as a journalist in national and local media for more than thirty years. She worked as a staff journalist with the Irish Press and Evening Press before moving to Clare. She has worked as a freelance for all of the national newspaper titles and a staff journalist in Limerick, helping to launch the Limerick edition of The Evening Echo. Bernie was involved in the launch of The Clare People where she was responsible for business and industry news. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Facebook WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Advertisement Email Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” TAGSfeaturedINMOlimerickSt Camillus’ Hospital Twitter WhatsApp Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live NewsBreaking newsNurses take action at Limerick hospitalBy Bernie English – April 4, 2016 665 Print Members of the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) in St Camillus Hospital, Limerick have begun a work to rule today, Monday, from 8.00am. The industrial action comes some seven months on from notification by nurses to senior HSE managers that the clinical care of patients at the hospital is compromised due to ongoing unfilled nursing positions. Currently there are approximately 15 vacant nursing posts.In a statement, the INMO said that at the request of its members, it has engaged with the HSE since last November in efforts to fast-track recruitment of nurses. So far this has not yielded sufficient numbers of qualified nurses and leaves the residents at ongoing risk.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Calls by members for the HSE to curtail admissions to the 100 bed facility until such time as the nursing levels improve have also been rejected. Therefore, it is with regret that INMO members are left with no other option but to commence industrial action. The action will not harm any patient but will assist the available nurses to prioritise all care by ceasing non urgent clerical and administrative work.INMO Industrial Relations Officer, Mary Fogarty said:“Nurses are the lead clinicians in older persons residential services. Their expertise and knowledge of the needs of their patients, and their concerns about the ability of their employer, the HSE, to deliver safe care should not go unheeded. Equally, our members are accountable to patients, families and regulatory agencies to ensure that standards of care are met.“It is a poor reflection of our health service providers that nurses are driven to take industrial action to protect vulnerable residents in the care of the HSE”[email protected] Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash
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Encana Oil & Gas (USA), Inc., Davidson 36G, Midland, new drill (3); Davidson 36X, Midland, new drill; Fowler 19C, Glasscock, new drill; Fowler 19D, Glasscock, new drill. Endeavor Energy Resources, LP, Rio Wichita 15-10 A, Midland, new drill (2); Rio Wichita 15-10 A, Midland, new drill. EOG Resources, Inc., McGregor D 5 Unit, Loving, new drill; State Cortez Unit, Reeves, new drill. Fasken Oil and Ranch, Ltd., Fee BL, Ector, new drill (5).Gordy Oil Company, Chopper, Pecos, new drill. Henry Resources, LLC, Joshua 32-51 A, Upton, new drill (2); Joshua 32-51 B, Upton, new drill; Joshua 32-51 C, Upton, new drill. Impetro Operating, LLC, Com SWD 25, Winkler, new drill (2).Iraan Brine Water Service, LLC, Sconiers A, Pecos, new drill. Jagged Peak Energy, LLC, State T-Rex 2610A-7, Reeves, new drill (2).Jetta Permian, LP, New Jersey State Unit 55 29-32, Reeves, new drill. Joint Resources Company, Renegade, Gaines, new drill. Kinder Morgan Production Co., LLC, Yates Field Unit, Pecos, recompletion (2). Laredo Petroleum, Inc., Von Gonten 160-161 (alloc-A), Reagan, new drill; Von Gonten 160-161 (alloc-B), Reagan, new drill; Von Gonten 160-161 (alloc-C), Reagan, new drill. MES Lenorah, LLC, Lenorah SWD, Martin, new drill. Occidental Permian, Ltd., Goldsmith Landreth Deep Unit, Ector, recompletion (23).Oxy USA WTP, LP, Apollo 2-11-3N, Reeves, new drill. Park Hill Disposal, LLC, Trigg 7 SWD, Reagan, new drill. Parsley Energy Operations, LLC, Currie 41-29-G, Glasscock, new drill; Currie 41-29-H, Glasscock, new drill; Marienfeld 13-24-F, Martin, new drill; Marienfeld 13-24-H, Martin, new drill; Pecan State Unit, Reeves, new drill (2).PDC Permian, Inc., Argentine State 7170 4U, Reeves, new drill; Fortune 57-3, Reeves, field transfer; Stoneman State 3927, Reeves, new drill (2).Pioneer Natural Resources USA, Inc., Brook B-13A, Upton, new drill; Brook B-13B, Upton, new drill; Brook B-13C, Upton, new drill; Houston-Wells W47A, Glasscock, new drill; Woodfin-Dollie W16B, Upton, new drill. PRI Operating, LLC, Roosterfish Unit 22NE22, Pecos, new drill; Roosterfish Unit 22SE23, Pecos, new drill; Roosterfish Unit 22NE61, Pecos, new drill; Roosterfish Unit 22NE62, Pecos, new drill; Roosterfish Unit 22SE63, Pecos, new drill; Roosterfish Unit 22SE64, Pecos, new drill; Roosterfish Unit 22NE81, Pecos, new drill; Roosterfish Unit 22NE82, Pecos, new drill; Roosterfish Unit 22SE83, Pecos, new drill. Primexx Operating Corporation, Zelda-Link Unit 237-238E, Reeves, new drill. Reatta Energy, Inc., Rhino, Mitchell, new drill. Ring Energy, Inc., Bucky 711 B, Yoakum, new drill; Hippogriff, Culberson, new drill; Reveille 644 A, Yoakum, new drill. Rosehill Operating Company, LLC, Trees Estate 77, Pecos, field transfer. Rover Petroleum Operating, LLC, Dodge, Granville M., est., Howard, new drill. Sable Permian Resources, LLC, Bloxom South 210-219 (alloc 02), Reagan, new drill; Bloxom South 210-219 (alloc 13), Reagan, new drill; Bloxom South 210-219 (alloc 23), Reagan, new drill; Bloxom South 210-219 (alloc 33), Reagan, new drill; Holt 1222-1221 (alloc 12), Reagan, new drill; Holt 1222-1221 (alloc 13), Reagan, new drill; Holt 1222-1221 (alloc 23), Reagan, new drill; Mayer-215 (alloc 12), Irion, new drill; Section 235-220 (alloc 04), Reagan, new drill (2); University Owens 1-6 (alloc 33), Reagan, new drill. Shell Western E&P, Roosterfish 53-2-43 Lov Unit, Loving, new drill (2); University 19 PW Unit, Loving, new drill (3); University 19 TG Unit, Loving, new drill (2).Silver Creek Permian Op. Co., LLC, Johnny Ringo, Cochran, new drill. SM Energy Company, Schrute C, Howard, new drill (2); Schrute D, Howard, new drill (2).Stone Creek Operating, LLC, Shannon Hospital 1, Crockett, new drill. Strategic Fossil Fuels, LLC, Adkins, Concho, new drill. Surge Operating, LLC, Hamlin Unit 19-18, Howard, new drill. Texland Petroleum, LP, Serenity 9, Lubbock, new drill. Unitex Oil & Gas, LLC, Fuller, Scurry, new drill. UpCurve Energy, LLC, Hartley 7, Reeves, new drill. WPX Energy Permian, LLC, CBR 9-4G-56-1, Loving, new drill; CBR 9-4I-56-1, Loving, new drill; CBR 9-4J-56-1, Loving, new drill; CBR 9-4K-56-1, Loving, new drill. XTO Energy, Inc., Midkiff 43-06 0606, Midland, new drill (3); Midkiff 43-06 0627, Midland, new drill (3); Midkiff 43-06 0667, Midland, new drill (3); Patricia Unit 2, Martin, new drill (12); Daedalus OW-61-60, Pecos, new drill; University Blk 9/Penn Unit, Andrews, recompletion. RAILROAD COMMISSION