Econet Wireless Zimbabwe Limited (ECO.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Technology sector has released it’s 2018 annual report.For more information about Econet Wireless Zimbabwe Limited (ECO.zw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Econet Wireless Zimbabwe Limited (ECO.zw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Econet Wireless Zimbabwe Limited (ECO.zw) 2018 annual report.Company ProfileEconet Wireless Zimbabwe is a diversified telecommunications group; it is the largest enterprise of its kind in Zimbabwe and the largest company on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange in terms of market capitalisation. Econet Wireless Zimbabwe provides products and solutions for mobile and fixed wireless telephony, public payphones, internet access and payment solutions. In 2009, Econet Wireless Zimbabwe became the first operator in Zimbabwe to launch data services with 3G capability. This was followed by an extensive project to expand its geographic coverage; building a fibre-optic network, providing financial transaction switching and point-of-sale and value-added retail support services. The company is a subsidiary of a privately-owned group controlled by its founder, Strive Masiyiwa. The group’s subsidiaries include Econet Global, Econet Wireless Africa, Econet Wireless International, Econet Enterprises, Liquid Telecom Group and Econet Media.
Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Please enter your comment! The Anatomy of Fear You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here TAGSnetflix Previous articleJoin The Apopka Voice team: Sales Associate neededNext articleApopka Burglary Report Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Please enter your name here This weekend, Solo is in theaters, giving audiences their latest adventure inside the Star Wars universe. But there’s a lot more to film and TV than just space operas. In June, streaming services will be adding a plethora of new titles to their respective lineups.Netflix is leaning into its selection of Marvel titles, including the second season of Luke Cage, the hilarious Thor: Ragnarok, and the latest season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Not only that, but the service is also adding Rian Johnson’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi. (Yeah, we know what we said about space operas, but c’mon — it’s Star Wars.) The two-hour series finale to Lana and Lilly Wachowski’s Sense8 is coming in June, as is The Break with Michelle Wolf, and the second seasons of both Glow and Queer Eye.But for everything that a streaming service giveth, a streaming service also taketh away. Netflix will be losing Captain America: Civil War on June 25th, and Men in Black and 8 Mileare a couple of the other films that will be vanishing during the month.We’ve included the full list of titles for all three services below.COMING TO NETFLIXJune 1stAssassination GamesBlue JasmineBusted!, season finaleDisney’s 101 DalmatiansGeorge Balanchine’s The NutcrackerHe Named Me MalalaJoseph Campbell and the Power of MythJust FriendsMiracleNational TreasureNick and Norah’s Infinite PlaylistNovember 13: Attack on ParisOutside InRighteous KillRumor Has ItSingularityTaking LivesTerms and Conditions May ApplyThe BoyThe CovenantThe DepartedThe Prince & Me 4: The Elephant AdventureJune 2ndThe King’s SpeechJune 3rdThe Break with Michelle Wolf (streaming every Sunday)June 5thMarvel Studios’ Thor: RagnarokJune 7thHyori’s Bed & Breakfast: Season 2 (streaming every Thursday)The Night Shift, season 4June 8thAlex StrangeloveAli’s WeddingMarcella, season 2Sense8, series finaleThe HollowThe StaircaseTreehouse DetectivesJune 9thWynonna Earp, season 2June 10thPortlandia, season 8June 14thCutie and the BoxerMarlon, season 1June 15thLa Hora FinalLust StoriesMaktubQueer Eye, season 2Set It UpStep Up 2: The StreetsSunday’s IllnessThe Imaginarium of Doctor ParnassusThe Ranch, part 5True: Magical FriendsTrue: Wonderful WishesVoltron: Legendary Defender, season 6June 16thGrey’s Anatomy, season 14In BrugesJune 17thClub de Cuervos presenta: La balada de Hugo SánchezMarvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., season 5June 18thEncerradosJune 19thHannah Gadsby: NanetteJune 22ndBrain on FireCooking on HighDerren Brown: MiracleHeavy Rescue: 401, season 2Marvel’s Luke Cage, season 2Us and ThemJune 23rdDisney’s TarzanJune 24thTo Each, Her Own (Les Goûts et les couleurs)June 25thHotel Transylvania, season 1June 26thSecret CityStar Wars: The Last JediW. Kamau Bell: Private School NegroJune 29thChurchill’s Secret Agents: The New RecruitsGlow, season 2Harvey Street KidsKiss Me FirstLa ForêtLa Pena MaximaNailed It!, season 2Paquita Salas, season 2Recovery BoysTAUJune 30thFate/EXTRA Last Encore: Oblitus Copernican TheoryMohawkDate TBDiZombie, season 4Life Sentence, season 1Supergirl, season 3LEAVING NETFLIXJune 1st50 First Dates8 MileGridiron GangJ. EdgarMen in BlackMy Left FootNeerjaOut of the DarkPrincess KaiulaniThe Angry Birds MovieThe Brothers GrimmThe Spy Next DoorThe Young VictoriaTraining DayUntraceableViceWhat Our Fathers Did: A Nazi LegacyWhile You Were SleepingJune 2ndShark Men, season 3June 8thGrace of MonacoJune 9thThe Trials of Muhammad AliJune 10thBonnie & ClydeJune 15thDrillbit TaylorNaz & MaalikThe GiverThe Great GatsbyUnderdogsJune 16thAnthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, seasons 1-8Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You’re Made OfCurious GeorgeSuperJune 18thCedar Cove, seasons 1–3June 20thCakeJune 21stBaby Daddy, seasons 1–6June 22ndSin City: A Dame to Kill ForJune 23rdCurious George 3: Back to the JungleJune 25thMarvel Studios’ Captain America: Civil WarJune 26thAlpha and OmegaJune 29thBad Grandpa .5June 30thOn Golden Pond LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply
You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Please enter your comment! Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate The Anatomy of Fear Hans Paerl, the University of North Carolina at Chapel HillTropical cyclones – storms that bring strong, rotating winds and rain, and which can intensify into hurricanes or typhoons – affect coastal regions around the world. Our research team, centered at the University of North Carolina’s Institute of Marine Sciences, has analyzed a 120-year record of tropical cyclones affecting coastal North Carolina and found that six of the seven wettest storms over this time period occurred in the past two decades.That trend appeared to continue with Hurricane Dorian, which delivered up to 10 inches (25 centimeters) of rain within 24 hours as it grazed the North and South Carolina coasts in early September 2019. This additional rain is a combined result of a warmer ocean and slower-moving or stalled cyclones approaching the coast.More frequent and intense tropical storms have far-reaching ecological impacts on coastlines that last for months or years after storms pass. They affect estuaries, bays, and marshes that are crucial nurseries for major ocean fisheries.Researchers don’t yet know how multiple events like this affect the long-term stability, resiliency and recovery of these valuable ecosystems. I believe it is critical to understand what these impacts could mean for vitally important water quality and fisheries habitat, recreational value and livability for local residents and visitors.Water loaded with soils, sediments, decaying leaves, pollutants and other debris flows from the swollen New and White Oak rivers and Adams Creek in North Carolina into the Atlantic after Hurricane Florence in 2018.NASA Earth ObservatoryDirty runoffCoastal storms have caused widespread damage in recent years. Record rainfalls have been associated with recent cyclones striking the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean, eastern China, Korea, and Japan, and the southeastern coast of Africa. These storms cause large-scale property damage, human suffering and economic hardship. Their increasing frequency also has profound effects on estuaries and coastal waters that drain their upstream flood-affected watersheds.As rainfall from large tropical storms flows from elevated inland regions toward coastal plains, it carries immense quantities of nutrients, dissolved organic matter, sediments, and urban, industrial and agricultural pollutants. This puts a heavy burden on watersheds and downstream coastal ecosystems that receive these discharges. Many of these coastal areas are already influenced by human activities under normal hydrologic conditions.Impacts of tropical cyclones on dissolved inorganic nitrogen loads to North Carolina’s Neuse River estuary, relative to normal seasonal patterns.Paer et al., 2019., CC BYWhen excess nitrogen and phosphorus build up in rivers and bays, they can cause recurring algal blooms with cascading impacts, including oxygen depletion, fish and shellfish kills and food chain disruptions. There are harmful aesthetic and economic impacts as well, including the accumulation of smelly decomposing algae and loss of recreational and fishing habitats. These conditions inconvenience residents and may drive away tourists, harming the local economy.Lasting impactsMy colleagues and I have been measuring nutrients discharged to coastal systems for decades, gathering evidence from large storms like Hurricane Floyd, which flooded much of North Carolina’s coastal plain in 1999. We found that a single storm can discharge as much nitrogen to coastal waters as they would receive during an entire hurricane-free year.Nitrogen in runoff from Floyd led to an outbreak of algal blooms that lasted well over a year in Albemarle-Pamlico Sound, a large, semi-enclosed lagoon that lies between the Outer Banks and North Carolina’s mainland. Albemarle-Pamlico Sound, which covers some 3,000 square miles of open water and drains six rivers, is the second-largest U.S. estuary after the Chesapeake Bay. It supports up to 80% of nearshore and offshore recreational and commercial fisheries in the southeastern U.S. and brings in more than US$4 billion in annual tourism revenues and residential income.There are just four outlets from Albemarle-Pamlico Sound to the Atlantic through the Outer Banks, so it has only limited exchange with the ocean. As a result, stormwater that enters Albemarle-Pamlico Sound from rivers can remain there for about a year before it flows into the ocean. This slow flushing rate allows the system to assimilate and cycle nutrients and organic matter, which creates optimal conditions for multiple algae blooms.Brown sediments clogged coastal estuaries that flow into Albemarle-Pamlico Sound a week after Hurricane Floyd. Along with dirt swept away by floodwaters, the estuaries filled with human and animal waste, fertilizers and pesticides.Brian Montgomery, NASA GSFCFloodwaters from Floyd contained a soupy mix of organic matter from upstream soil erosion, urban stormwater runoff and washout from swamps, marshes and wetlands. Decaying organic matter eventually caused severe oxygen depletion in Albemarle-Pamlico Sound’s deeper areas, creating a dead zone that was uninhabitable for bottom-dwelling shellfish, crabs and invertebrates that support other fish species. These stressful conditions also promoted fish and shellfish diseases.Measuring recoveryMy research group is working to understand how ecologically and economically important water bodies like Albemarle-Pamlico Sound recover from these events. It can take many months or years for these systems to recover from water quality and habitat disruptions in response to flooding from tropical storms.Over the past four years, Albemarle-Pamlico Sound has experienced three major storms. Each one occurred when the sound’s habitats and water quality were still recovering from the previous event.As tropical storms occur more frequently, coastal ecosystems may still be recovering when the next storm strikes. This is likely to degrade water quality and habitat conditions for fish and wildlife.Hans Paerl, CC BY-NDA new U.N. report has confirmed that climate change is having widespread, dramatic effects on the world’s oceans. One impact is that tropical storms are becoming more intense, with increases in rainfall, coastal erosion and flooding.In my view, it is extremely important to keep close watch on estuarine and coastal waters that are being affected by the growing frequency and intensity of tropical cyclones and other types of storms, such as nor’easters. I see a need for increased investment in long-term water quality and habitat monitoring around critically important ecological and economic resources like Albemarle-Pamlico Sound.This will involve coupling “on the ground” monitoring strategies, such as water testing from boats and other platforms, with remote sensing using airplanes and satellites, and with advanced weather forecasting and hindcasting. Using all of these methods will enable scientists to assess the short- and long-term environmental and societal impacts of storms, and to measure recovery and resiliency along coastlines. This kind of information is critical for informing management decisions as more frequent and intense storms batter the world’s coasts.Hans Paerl, Professor of Marine and Environmental Sciences, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Please enter your name here Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. TAGSCoastlinesHurricane Season 2019The Conversationweather Previous articleApopka Burglary ReportNext articleRep. Brown files cancer coverage bill in Legislature Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11
Collaborators:Wouter Hermanns, Max MeijerTechnical Engineering:Jean-Marc SaurerConsultancy Lighting:Beda Elektro, VeenendaalConsultancy Construction:ABT, Stephan ToonenConsultancy Installations:Installatiebedrijf Bouman, VeenendaalFurniture:Pajaco Interieurbouw, VeenendaalArchitects In Charge:Albert Herder, Vincent van der Klei, Arie van der Neut en Metin van Zijl.City:AmsterdamCountry:The NetherlandsMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Peter CuypersRecommended ProductsWindowsVEKAWindows – SOFTLINE 82 ADWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System – LINEAWoodSculptformTimber Click-on Battens Save this picture!© Peter CuypersOn the tip of an island near Amsterdam lies a mysterious black box. This is the house that Studioninedots built for a young family – a house full of surprises and contrasts. A house with dynamic spatial and material qualities: from an unlimited space with panoramic views of nature to private rooms hidden behind a veil of shutters, from sleek custom furniture against a raw concrete structure to warm timber paired with cold steel. Light and views were key elements of this design. The house was completed in January 2014. Save this picture!Floor Plan 1Situated directly on the waterfront with unobstructed views of the opposite park, Kavel 01 (meaning Lot 01) is what you could call a dream site. But one that posed a tough challenge: how do we build a spacious, liveable home on a sharp diamond-shaped plot on this most beautiful part on the islandSave this picture!© Peter CuypersIt seemed impractical to combine a simple rectangular volume with an angular plot with sharp angles of 51 degrees – and also did little justice to its unique form – so we based the design of the house on the shape of a diamond. On the north side, the volume is pushed towards the tip of the island thereby extending the south-west elevation; this maximises sun into the house and views over the park emphasising the relationship between inside and outside. As the glazing on the facade moves inwards from the western corner, this accentuates the feeling of openness on the ground floor. At the same time, this creates a covered terrace, which is protected from the wind. Lastly, the layout of the garden was optimised to accommodate different private terraces and a separate car park.Save this picture!© Peter CuypersDue to height restrictions, the house is partly built underground. This ‘secret’ domain contains the guest room, bathroom, storage, study, and children’s games room and cinema. Along the south facade, the ground is carved out to permit sunlight into the basement; from below, this opens up views over the garden. This intervention transforms the appearance of the volume dramatically: from here the house seems to float above the ground. A set of stairs provides separate access to this part of the house from the outside.Save this picture!© Peter CuypersIn contrast with the openness of the living room on the ground floor, the first floor feels intentionally more closed and private. The three bedrooms are wrapped behind black veils made from 33 shutters of perforated steel. Thanks to the code-like composition of square perforations, lively shadow patterns are cast by the sun on the floors and walls while the shutters unfold like harmonicas with the push of a button – then voilà, the balconies magically appear. With the sliding glass facade doors open, it’s easy to imagine yourself in the middle of nature while lying in bed or in the bath.
Save this picture!© Peter CuypersAlthough Kavel 01 is very defined in shape the building itself offers a wealth of spatial qualities. With its sharp angles and high elevations, the building’s appearance changes as you walk around it, from slim and slender to wide and robust. Inside, the atmosphere varies between light and airy to dark and intimate as in a nightclub.
It was possible to create a largely open plan interior thanks to the load-bearing concrete facades and the structural central stair shaft. On the ground floor, all the cabinets, the fireplace, audio system, and television are concealed inside a series of freestanding custom-made furniture units, strategically positioned to create a set of flowing spaces. As minimal volumes finished in dark timber, they form a striking contrast with the raw concrete. Designing a private residence provides an excellent opportunity to experiment with new materials and forms. The sprayed-concrete facade and steel shutters were specially developed for this project as well as the illuminated black intercom column beside the entrance that resembles a miniature version of the house. Details have been meticulously resolved from the stainless steel door handle and 4mm-thick stainless steel kitchen bench to the sink elements and shower drain. This has not only given us immense design pleasure but has also resulted in a sleek and unified aesthetic that evokes a sense of calm and serenity. Project gallerySee allShow lessRenovation and Extension At St Monica’s College / Branch Studio ArchitectsSelected ProjectsEmerging Architects Austin+Mergold Win Folly 2014Architecture News Share Projects Contractor: Valleibouw, Veenendaal Architects: Studioninedots Area Area of this architecture project “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/492856/villa-javel-01-studioninedots Clipboard ArchDaily Villa Kavel 01 / Studioninedots Year: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/492856/villa-javel-01-studioninedots Clipboard CopyAbout this officeStudioninedotsOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesAmsterdamHousesThe NetherlandsPublished on April 04, 2014Cite: “Villa Kavel 01 / Studioninedots” 04 Apr 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
38 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis5 About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Generation Y (born between 1981 and 1991) – give an average of £113.22 per year to 4.6 different causesDifferent kinds of supportThe research found that the different age groups not surprisingly exhibited different approaches to supporting and engaging with charities.Mature donors are more loyal to the causes they support: almost 30% have donated to their causes for between 10 and 15 years, and 16% for more than 20 years.Two thirds of Mature donors use Facebook, and are nearly as likely as Generation Y donors to give via a charity’s website. They are most likely to receive information in the mail, while Generation Y are most likely to get information by visiting the website and from social media. Generation Y supporters might give the least, but they are most likely to volunteer for a cause (29%) and to attend and organise events (16%). They also engage online and sharing actions online with others more than the other age groups; 27% cent follow a cause on a social network to stay informed and 25% share a cause’s online content with others.Sixty per cent of Generation Y visit a charity’s website before making a donationThey also had the strongest desire (43%) to increase money and time commitments to charities.’No one size fits all approach’Martin Campbell, Blackbaud Europe’s director of strategy and innovation, said: “There is no ‘one size fits all approach’ to fundraising for not-for-profits, and the key to successful fundraising and engagement with supporters of all generations is to be multi-channel.”Every generation uses every channel, they just do so in different ways. Adopting an integrated and multi-channel approach will play a major role in bridging this generation gap, targeting the right people, at the right time via the most appropriate channel.”Digital channels are appropriate to all age groups. Deanna Bickford, senior consultant at Stratcom, commented: “Although Gen Y donors continue to lead the way for online engagement and the use of social media to promote causes, the generational differences with regard to other online activities were not as great as one might expect. Middle-aged donors appear to respond well to online advocacy, video and podcasts.” First contact with charitiesAlthough radio, TV and newspapers account for 15% of donors’ first contact with a charity, according to the research, peer-to-peer contact is the most common at 27%. In other words, donors are most likely to learn about a charity through a personal contact, whether that is in person, through email or via social media. Value of the different generationsNearly half (47%) of mature donors give to charity through monthly direct debit, double the number of Generation Y donors who do so. Of course, this means that currently Baby Boomers and Generation X supporters are potentially the most valuable to charities.Stephen Butler, director at Xtraordinary, commented: “Not-for-profits should be targeting Gen X and Baby Boomers, as these donors represent the greatest opportunity for revenue growth in the next few years. Either age group could surpass Matures in total giving, by either finding 3 per cent more donors or by existing donors increasing their average gift by just £12 annually.”He added that, at the same time, because Generation Y are the donors of the future, “not-for-profits should be embarking on a lifetime’s journey with them, educating on the importance of fundraising and engaging them online and via social media.”The Next Generation of UK Giving report can be downloaded from Blackbaud’s website. Baby Boomers (born between 1946 and 1964) – give an average of £153.28 per year to 5.4 different causes Matures (born 1945 or earlier) – give an average of £211.30 per year to 5.3 different causes Levels of givingThe research involved surveying 1,498 UK donors across all ages, asking them about how they donate to and engage with charities and voluntary organisations. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis5 Generation X (born between 1965 and 1980) – give an average of £166.63 per year to 4.6 different causes Multichannel approach is the ‘key to bridging generation gap in charitable giving’ Howard Lake | 25 April 2013 | News Software and services firm Blackbaud and consultancies Xtraordinary Fundraising and Stratcomare are advising charities to adopt a multi-channel approach to their fundraising in order to address the gap in giving between older and younger donors.According to their The Next Generation of UK Giving report, mature donors (those born in 1945 or earlier) are giving 27% more each year than Generation X donors (born between 1964 and 1980), and 38% more than Baby Boomers (born between 1946 and 1964).If Generations X and Y donors continue at their current level of giving then UK charities will experience a drop in overall giving levels. 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Main image: Well Fed (Scotland) received £10,000 in National Lottery funding to support its Covid-19 emergency response. It is working in Glasgow’s communities to provide access to healthy and nutritious meals for those who need it most. 572 total views, 2 views today Up to £600 million of repurposed money from The National Lottery is being made available to charities and organisations affected by the impact of the coronavirus outbreak.The National Lottery funding will be distributed over the next few months to help projects most impacted by coronavirus and which support some of the most vulnerable. The funding packages span the arts, community, charity, heritage, education, environment and sports sectors.The funding packages announced to date include:Up to £300m from the National Lottery Community Fund over the next six months is going UK-wide to groups supporting people and communities at this timeA £50m Emergency Fund from The National Lottery Heritage Fund UK-wide to address immediate pressures in the heritage sector over the next four months and provide increased investment in essential digital skillsSport England announced £157 million of National Lottery funding would go towards a response package to support the sport and physical activity sector including organisations experiencing short term financial hardship or the ceasing of operationsThe Arts Council in England has announced that £144 million of National Lottery funding will go towards an emergency response package to support individuals and organisations across the cultural sectorWith the Welsh Government, the Arts Council of Wales has put £5.1 million from National Lottery sources into a £7 million Arts Resilience Fund for Wales to support arts funded individuals and organisationsSport Wales has launched a Sport Resilience Fund, with £4.75 million from National Lottery sources to provide support across Welsh sport and help the nation remain activeThe British Film Institute (BFI) has made £4.6 million of National Lottery funding available UK-wide to alleviate immediate pressure for organisations and individuals in the screen industries hardest hit by the pandemicCreative Scotland has repurposed over £10m National Lottery funds to keep funding flowing to those in most immediate need. Resources have also been redeployed to ensure those working across Scotland’s arts, screen and creative industries can maintain their practice during the coming monthssportscotland is accelerating £16.4 million of investment across the sporting system (£8.2 million The National Lottery and £8.2 million Scottish Government) to support Scottish Governing Bodies, local partners and clubs and community organisations and help protect the jobs of an estimated 1,600 people working in the sectorThe Arts Council of Northern Ireland has opened a £500,000 National Lottery funded Artists Emergency Programme for freelance artists, creative practitioners and performersFurther funding announcements are expected in the future and more information on the National Lottery’s Covid-19 response is available on its National Lottery Good Causes website.Dawn Austwick, Chair of The National Lottery Forum, said:“The National Lottery has always supported projects that help people and communities across the UK thrive. And now, the funds available are switching focus to support communities, arts, heritage, sport, education and the environment to mitigate the unprecedented pressure they are coming under as the country rallies to overcome Covid-19.” Advertisement Melanie May | 1 May 2020 | News Tagged with: COVID-19 Funding National Lottery National Lottery rolls out up to £600m in funding to tackle coronavirus impact John Rose, Chair of the Wales National Lottery Forum and Director of the National Lottery Community Fund in Wales, commented:“The distributors of National Lottery funding in Wales are acutely aware of the unprecedented impact the Coronavirus is having across the communities we support. We have been amazed how community groups of all types have pulled together to help out in their communities. As funders, we are working tirelessly to support the projects we fund and mitigate the effects as far as possible during this difficult time. We want to reassure our communities that we are still here, we’re still making awards and we’d like to thank players of The National Lottery for their ongoing support, which is enabling us to make funding available to people and communities affected by the pandemic.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 573 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 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.
Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Print Advertisement WhatsApp Email FAI Announce New Broadcast Deals for Three Senior Leagues JOHN Delaney, chief executive of the Football Association of Ireland (FAI), was in Limerick this week to present tickets to parents and staff of the Bedford Row Family Project for the Republic of Ireland v Serbia match, which took place in Dublin last night.Delaney visited Bedford Row on Tuesday, where he commended the work of volunteers involved in community and sports groups in Limerick city.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up He said: “We do a lot of community work and that’s very important to us. If you’re building a house you build the foundations first and the chimney is at the top of the house.“Declan Considine [FAI development officer for Limerick] is working with Bedford Row who do tremendous work for the kids. One guy spoke to me about his child being on this project and he told me about the boy’s enthusiasm for going to the Aviva.“If you’re rowing a boat and you’re rowing on your own it takes a long time. If you row against each other you don’t get there, but if you work together on the same mission you can achieve a lot.”Mr Considine has been working closely with the Bedford Row Family Project in his role with the FAI and he spoke of the importance of sport in giving children a positive social engagement.“I’d like to say a huge thanks to John Delaney for making people’s dreams come true. This can help to put them on the right road.“As a young lad I was touch and go what way I’d turn out; my love of sport kept me level headed. Also, without the support of FAI Regional Manager Tom O’Shea I wouldn’t be here.”Project leader Larry de Cléir said that the enthusiasm and dedication of Mr Considine made it possible for the group to get tickets to the Ireland match. He added that members of the Bedford Row Family Project are striving to display positive aspects of the prison service.“We have been looking forward to getting tickets for a long time and that was made possible through our relationship with Declan Considine and through the generosity of the FAI and the regeneration project for enabling football in children’s groups. A person who is enthusiastic will make an impact on children and Declan is very enthusiastic.“Ours is a unique project in that we are not confined to one community. You might usually associate prisons with kicking people away but we know another side to the prison service.” Facebook Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Linkedin Previous articleRare white tailed eagle found shotNext articleJP commits €40m in Mid West funding Liam Togherhttp://www.limerickpost.ieLiam joined the Limerick Post in December 2012, having previously worked in other local media organisations. He holds an MA in Journalism from the University of Limerick and is particularly interested in sports writing. NewsLocal NewsBedford Row kids get sporting chanceBy Liam Togher – March 6, 2014 832 TAGSBedford RowBedford Row Family ProjectDeclan ConsidineFAIfeaturedIreland v SerbiaJohn DelaneyLarry de CleirMusic LimericksoccerTom O’Shea FAI confirm Ireland Summer friendlies Treaty Finish Pre-Season on a high ahead of Opening Day Clash with Bray LISTEN: Stephen Hunt Reviews Ireland Vs Serbia FAI CEO admits ‘video-gate’ was a factor in Damien Duff’s departure
Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released Google+ PSNI and Gardai urged to investigate Adams’ claims he sheltered on-the-run suspect in Donegal The HSE is awaiting the results of tests carried out on the body of a Donegal man at the centre of a major Ebola scare.43-year-old Dessie Quinn from Mountcharles was found dead yesterday morning – having recently returned from West Africa.Mr Quinn returned home from working in Sierra Leone two weeks ago, and people close to the man say he had been in good form and he had attended the All-Ireland Quarter Final between Donegal and Armagh on August 10.Mr Quinn has also attended a local festival in the town recently.He had been treated for malaria before he passed away.His remains have been kept in isolation – and the HSE says the risk of any virus spreading is “extremely low”.This scare materialised early yesterday morning when the HSE was made aware of the body of a man – who had recently returned from Ebola-afflicted Sierra Leone.The body of Dessie Quinn from Mountcharles, in Donegal was quickly moved to isolation as tests began to establish whether or not he was killed by the Ebola virus.The results of those tests are due later today.If the case is confirmed today, then an established Government Task Force is expected to meet to discuss the situation.Speaking in Letterkenny, these people said that they are shocked that there is a suspected case in Donegal:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/ebola.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Homepage BannerNews Pinterest Google+ WhatsApp By admin – August 22, 2014 Twitter Twitter Donegal man who many have died from ebola named Pinterest Facebook Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleEuropean double for Jason SmythNext articleWork to do for McIlroy admin HSE warns of ‘widespread cancellations’ of appointments next week Watch: The Nine Til Noon Show LIVE WhatsApp Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers
Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Community Equality and Gaeltacht Affairs Minister Pat Carey is considering a proposal that the government cooperate with Northern Ireland and Scotland to fund the replacement of ferries linking offshore islands.The report of the Small Ferries Project has been published after a two year study of eight routes, including two in Donegal.Three Irish islands, Árainn Mhór and Toraigh in County Donegal and Rathlin off the north Antrim coast participated in the study, along with five Scottish islands.With many of the vessels in service on these routes approaching or exceeding their target replacement age of 25 years, report says procuring new vessels and improving harbour infrastructure is key to ensuring that communities have access to lifeline ferry services which are reliable, convenient and affordable.The Small Ferries plan says thre should be a cross border approach to this process, and proposes the development of a common vessel design.It says this would ensure considerable cost savings, allow shared expertise in researching new technologies and innovative funding mechanisms and facilitate flexibility in the operation and maintenance of the fleet.While eight routes were examined during the course of the project, it is anticipated that the project’s findings could potentially have wider reach and benefit for other routes in the three regions. By News Highland – September 29, 2010 Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Twitter Google+ Newsx Adverts Facebook Pinterest Twitter Facebook Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Government to fund replacement of ferries linking Árainn Mhór and Toraigh to mainland WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Google+ Previous articleNorthern Secretary must ensure MI5 don’t interfere in Derryman murder investigationNext article100 fixed term workers hours to be cut at Letterkenny General Hospital News Highland Pinterest WhatsApp
Top Stories[Rape Case Against UP Govt Counsel] SC Issues Notice On Plea Seeking CBI Investigation & Transfer Of Case From UP LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK21 Aug 2020 11:21 PMShare This – xThe Supreme Court on Friday issued notices in a writ petition seeking transfer of investigation and trial in the criminal case filed against a standing counsel of the UP Government, accused of rape by a young practicing lawyer from Delhi. The petition has been moved by one of the victim’s friends, apprehending that investigation in the rape case may be hindered due to the “clout”…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Supreme Court on Friday issued notices in a writ petition seeking transfer of investigation and trial in the criminal case filed against a standing counsel of the UP Government, accused of rape by a young practicing lawyer from Delhi. The petition has been moved by one of the victim’s friends, apprehending that investigation in the rape case may be hindered due to the “clout” of the accused enjoyed back in the state. The Bench comprising Justices RF Nariman, Navin Sinha and Indira Banerjee has issued notices to the UP Government and SP, Lucknow. The Petitioner has submitted that the FIR lodged by the victim in the Vibhuti Khand Police Station has shockingly been circulated all over media, disclosing the victim’s identity and personal details to the public. This has made it impossible for her or her family to “step out of their house”. Further it is submitted that given the “clout” of the accused being an Advocate and being related to powerful politicians, they have not been able to file a writ petition before the High Court. In these circumstances, she has prayed for: A direction upon the Lucknow Police to immediately remove all news, information and other material over internet relating to the victim or her family;A direction to test all samples collected from the crime scene in a FSL facility situated outside the State of UP;Transfer of investigation to CBI;Transfer of trial outside the State of UP. Further, as per the Petitioner, the victim was drugged before being raped. She has therefore sought for an absolute ban on sale of intoxicating substances. Background Additional Chief Standing Counsel in the Lucknow bench of the High Court, Shailendra Singh Chauhan, has been accused of sexual harassment by a young practicing lawyer from Delhi. She has alleged that Chauhan raped her in his chamber, after administering her some intoxicants. Accordingly, an FIR was lodged at the Vibhuti Khand Police Station in Gomti Nagar area, under Sections 328 (Causing hurt by means of poison, etc., with intent to commit an offence), 354A (Sexual harassment) and 376 (Rape) of IPC. Subsequently, Chauahan had approached the High Court stating that the allegations leveled against him were false and therefore, the FIR registered against him ought to be quashed. Though the court refused to quash the proceedings instantly, it granted interim relief from arrest to Chauhan. This order nevertheless, has been stayed by the Supreme Court. Click Here To Download OrderRead Order Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story