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Super 14 Pick of the Week – Round 8

first_imgFriday Apr 10, 2009 Super 14 Pick of the Week – Round 8 As we head into Week Nine of the 2009 Super 14 we take a look back at the best of last weekends action, with our weekly Super 14 Pick of the Week.At the top of the table things are looking tight, with the Sharks, the Chiefs, the Waratahs, and the Bulls all juggling for those semi final positions. Theres still plenty of time for a few other sides to sneak in, but at the moment, the top four are most impressive.Akona Ndungane picked up two against the Crusaders in Christchurch as the Bulls came close to an upset, while the Brumbies scored a few well made tries against the Cheetahs, including a Mark Gerard dribbling effort and a nice individual Christian Lealiifano try from some excellent stepping.The team that week in and week out seems to produce some spectacular tries, the Chiefs, produced yet another great try that swept the width of the field before Jackson Willison finished nicely. Injury prone Andre Pretorious featured in that match for the Lions, as he stepped a few defenders before offloading for Jano Vermaak.Probably the performance of the weekend though was in the Waratahs and Stormers match, as Lachie Turner scored two cracking tries, showing what an exciting prospect he is.The first was self made with a neat chip ahead then great control to score. The second came from a classy bit of play from another youngster, Kurtley Beale, who broke the line then put the kick in for the rapid Turner to chase. Turner calmly did the rest, then got the hooker bear hug as reward. Time: 06:03 Music: Afterlife by Avenged SevenfoldADVERTISEMENT Posted By: rugbydump Share Send Thanks Sorry there has been an error Related Articles 81 WEEKS AGO scottish prop saves fire victim 84 WEEKS AGO New Rugby X tournament insane 112 WEEKS AGO Vunipola stands by his comments supporting… From the WebThis Video Will Soon Be Banned. Watch Before It’s DeletedSecrets RevealedGranny Stuns Doctors by Removing Her Wrinkles with This Inexpensive TipSmart Life ReportsIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingShe Was the Most Beautiful Girl in the World. What She Looks Like Now is InsaneNueey30+ Everyday Items With A Secret Hidden PurposeNueey10 Types of Women You Should Never MarryNueeyThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancellast_img read more

Website to recycle unclaimed auction lots for charity

first_img Buy Once Give Twice 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 Researching massive growth in giving. Woodford explained the site’s creation: “I have a long history with charity events and auctions,” she said, “and along with my business partner Emma Leschallas became increasingly frustrated at the thousands of charity auction lots being left unclaimed each year. BuyOnceGiveTwice is a simple idea that will help charities effortlessly increase their fundraising revenue.”Leschallas added: “We handle everything from listing and marketing the items to taking payment and despatching the items, so the charity needs hardly lift a finger”.The site is already working with Breast Cancer Campaign, Changing Faces, the Motor Neurone Disease Association, Orchid, JDRF, Ovarian Cancer Action and Website to recycle unclaimed auction lots for charity  61 total views,  2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: BuyOnceGiveTwice Digital Eventscenter_img In other cases, where the purchase has returned the lot to the charity to re-sell, the charity can contact BuyOnceGiveTwice directly and it will receive 90% of the resale value. This also applies in cases where the original purchaser defaulted on payment.BuyOnceGiveTwice uses the remaining 10% of sales income to cover the costs of running the site.The first lot to be re-auctioned on the site went live on 1 February. A three day trip to the Italian Alps to watch World Cup skiing, complete with four star accommodation and flights for two, it comes from the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. The charity will therefore receive 90% of the resale value.BuyOnceGiveTwice has been set up by Mia Woodford and Emma Leschallas who spotted the potential of wasted lots after raising £500,000 at a single auction at the Cura Ball. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis A new online auction site, BuyOnceGiveTwice, is to help charities maximise their auction income by recycling unclaimed prizes.Even though supporters at a charity auction can pay thousands of pounds for a luxurious, often unique prize, some of them never get round to collecting or redeeming their prize, especially if it is an event or experience prize. BuyOnceGiveTwice aims to recycle these prizes to raise funds for charity again at no cost to the charity.Any purchaser of a charity auction item who has not redeemed their prize can now contact the site and re-auction the lot for the charity. The original charity will receive 60% of the resale value and, once re-sold, the new purchaser can nominate their favourite charity to receive the other 30%. Advertisement Howard Lake | 6 February 2008 | Newslast_img read more

National assembly passes amendment to computer crimes law

first_img Costa RicaAmericas News 30 countries sign up to “information and democracy” partnership started by RSF November 11, 2020 Find out more News The national assembly approved an amendment to the computer crimes law on second reading yesterday by a big majority (42 to 2) without any changes to the version that was adopted on first reading after modification. The bill is now waiting to be signed into law by the president.Reporters Without Borders regrets that parliamentarians did not make further changes on second reading and, in particular, that they did not change a new provision under which revealing state secrets related to national security, defence of sovereignty and foreign relations will be punishable by one to six years in prison.The provision nonetheless allows for appeals.Costa Rica’s ranking in the latest Reporters Without Borders press freedom index, 18th out of 179 countries, is the best in Latin America.__________________11.04.13 – Amended by parliament, computer crimes bill needs more amendingReporters Without Borders welcomes the amendment that Costa Rica’s parliamentarians made to a controversial bill on computer technology crimes on first reading yesterday. Journalists had been very critical of the first draft of the proposed law.The amendment eliminated an article about the dissemination of “secret political information,” which carried a sentence of four to eight years in prison. Reporters Without Borders nonetheless urges members of the unicameral national assembly to go much further when the bill gets its second reading in the coming days, before promulgation.“We thinks that the new provision, making the revelation of ‘state secrets related to national security, defence of sovereignty and foreign relations’ punishable by one to six years in prison, still poses a problem,” Reporters Without Borders said.“Can you blame journalists or bloggers for divulging leaked information, even sensitive information, when it is in the public interest? Can you punish them for revealing details of diplomatic discussions when their content interests the general public?“We think that this new provision is unsatisfactory because it is imprecise. It, too, deserves to be amended on second reading in order to guarantee the principle of freedom of information.”________________28.11.12 – Supreme Court suspends controversial article of Cyber Crimes LawAs a result of a constitutional challenge filed by the journalist Randall Rivera against Costa Rica’s Information Crimes Law, the Supreme Court has temporarily suspended parts of the controversial legislation, in particular Article 288 providing for prison sentences of between four and eight years for anyone publishing “secret political information”.Reporters Without Borders remains vigilant, but welcomes the freezing of this “gag law”. “The Supreme Court has guaranteed that these provisions, which are detrimental to freedom of information, will not be applied to any citizen while the law’s constitutionality is examined,” the press freedom organization said. “Congress is already discussion major changes to the bill aimed at significantly easing its provisions, which we hope will be approved as soon as possible.”————————09.11.12 – Government pledges cybercrime law will not apply to journalistsThe outcry that has followed the enactment three days ago of Costa Rica’s highly controversial cybercrime law has forced the government into a hasty about-turn. It announced today that the legislation, which provides for up to 10 years’ imprisonment for publishing “secret political information”, would not apply to journalists.The law is not confined to national security but could also be applied to information “from national police bodies or security concerning defence matters or foreign relations” or which affects “the fight against drug trafficking or organized crime “.In a statement issued a day earlier, the government promised to amend article 288 of the new law which provides for imprisonment of between four and eight years for anyone “who procures or obtains in an improper way secret political information”.At the same time, the government pointed out that, under the constitution, it had a precise time limit for the enactment of the law after its approval by the Legislative Assembly. RSF_en Receive email alerts Costa RicaAmericas “Even with the support of this argument, the enactment of such a dangerous law that has had such a harsh reception from all journalists is staggering,” Reporters Without Borders said. “At the same time as a discussion in parliament, there should have been a wide-ranging public debate around the extremely vague notion of ‘secret political information’, much of which is of considerable public interest.“A piece of legislation that is so at odds with constitutional guarantees regarding freedom of expression and information should have provoked a presidential veto.” April 23, 2013 – Updated on January 20, 2016 National assembly passes amendment to computer crimes law Follow the news on Costa Ricacenter_img to go further News The press freedom organization concluded: “The government should keep its word and ensure the law is amended so that its most repressive sections are scrapped. In our view, this should apply not only to qualified journalists or those employed by media organizations. It concerns every citizen, blogger or writer able to research and produce news and information. In other words, no-one should have to regard this law as a threat.” News Organisation Eleven organizations from civil society create the Forum on Information & Democracy, a structural response to information disorder November 12, 2019 Find out more Forum on Information and Democracy 250 recommendations on how to stop “infodemics” Help by sharing this information September 26, 2019 Find out morelast_img read more

Referendum tallies from both Donegal Constituencies

first_img WhatsApp Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic By admin – May 23, 2015 Pinterest Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Previous articleInishowen aim for first Oscar Traynor titleNext articleDonegal Marathon undergoes route change admin Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry 11.20 – Donegal North East count continues, tallies show yes continues to maintain a slight lead. Predicting 55% yes final tally 1.40 – Final Letterkenny tally suggests it’s 54/55% Yes, Donegal SW still on a knife edge, with some boxes still to be counted in the Stranorlar area. Referendum tallies from both Donegal Constituencies Facebook 10.20 – So far in Donegal North East, tallies say it’s looking positive for the Yes side, with Yes ahead by 55/45 with mainly rural boxes open. Donegal South West at the moment 58/42 yes, with about 30% of votes tallied. Twittercenter_img Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Homepage BannerNews Google+ 10.40 – Donegal Council Chair John Campbell predicts a ‘Yes’ vote in Donegal South West, currently sitting at around 55% yes 1.20 – Very tight in both Donegal constituencies. Donegal North East showing  52.8% Yes, 47.2% No, with tallies predicting a higher Yes [ercentage in Inishowen than in Letterkenny, while in Donegal South West, very close to a final tally, and showing 50.8% Yes , 49.2% No Facebook WhatsApp Google+ Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North last_img read more

Man being sought for drug offences since 2015 arrested in Donegal

first_imgHomepage BannerNews Pinterest Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Twitter Facebook Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Google+ WhatsApp Facebook Man being sought for drug offences since 2015 arrested in Donegal Community Enhancement Programme open for applicationscenter_img Twitter By News Highland – December 19, 2019 Previous articleDonegal Hotelier hits out over weather alerts impacting businessesNext articlePringle raises questions about Seaview savings News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Google+ A man who Gardai have been seeking for drug related offences since 2015 has been arrested following a search in the Mountcharles area of Donegal on Friday.The search was carried out by the District Drugs Unit, the Regional Support Unit and local Gardaí.Gardai say the amount of equipment discovered at the premises has led them to believe a grow house was being set up.He remains in custody at this time and will appear at Court in Dublin tomorrow.Gardai are warning landlords to be extremely careful when renting /letting a property and to always vet any potential tenants. Pinterest WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows last_img read more

…in brief

first_img Comments are closed. This week’s news in briefIT recruitment falls Recruitment in the IT industry has fallen by 40 per cent as the countrybegins to feel the effect of the high-tech slowdown. The number of advertisedIT jobs fell by 40 per cent to 19,500 compared with the same period last year –the lowest figure for seven years. Software house recruitment fell to less than7,300 – it’s lowest ever. ‘No politics’ in strikes Tube workers plan to hold two strikes in the run-up to the General Electionbut deny they are politically motivated. The RMT rail union workers will strikeon 4 and 6 June to highlight their safety fears over the Government’s plans topart-privatise London Underground. Guards on South West Trains will also strikeon 18, 25 and 29 May. delays race case The Commission for Racial Equality has postponed the public hearing of itsformal investigation into allegations of racial discrimination in the PrisonService. Lawyers for the family of Zahid Mubarek, who was murdered by a racistinmate at Feltham Young Offenders’ Institute, wrote to the CRE asking for thehearing to be adjourned. call for skills link The CBI has called on the Government to promote lifelong learning andimprove business links with education. In its manifesto for business, the CBI hasclaimed the Government must do more to increase the skills of the UK workforce.Businesses must have a say in the new Learning and Skills Councils, which willoversee post- 16 learning, the CBI said. failure fear If even a mild recession hits the UK then a fifth of all companies in theemployment agencies industry risk failure. Analysis firm Plimsoll Publishingrated the financial health of 2,095 employment agencies across the nation andfound that 770 are at risk of failure. But 845 companies received a strongrating, indicating they would find ways to maintain business in a recession. …in briefOn 15 May 2001 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

In brief

first_imgThismonth’s news in briefVauxhallgears upCarmanufacturer Vauxhall is introducing an employee training programme of 30,000hours as art of a £200m investment at its Ellesmere plant.Theprogramme has been sparked by the transformation of the Cheshire car factoryinto a “flex” facility to produce the Vectra alongside the Astramodels.Representativesfrom every workstation along the production line are receiving detailedhands-on training in the lead-up to full production next April.Co-opshops for softwareTheUK’s largest convenience retailer the Co-op is furthering its intentions torespond quickly to training needs by running a network of 30 “trainingstores”.Thecompany has bought the Fountain software from Snowdrop Systems which will allowit to run training administration in the field, as opposed to from one centraldepartment.”Eachof the 30 stores acts as a training hub for 30 stores,” explained generalmanager HR development Adrian Egglestone. “The software will raise therole of training officers to update and plan courses,” he said.Societylaunches networkBestpractice organisation The Industrial Society is launching The Learning andDevelopment Network.  TheNetwork will meet seven times a year for a networking lunch, followed by asession with a guest speaker. The sessions will be chaired by Andrew Forrest,The Industrial Society’s senior associate consultant and chairman of the judgesfor Training Magazine’s TD2001 Awards.Theannual fee for the Network is £1250 + VAT. For information call courses managerJulie Amber on 020-7479 1000.IIPis not a panaceaSuccessin completing the Investors in People scheme does not, on its own, guaranteebusiness success, according to the Institute of Directors.TheIoD has surveyed of 275 members who said involvement with IIP improvesemployees’ ability to do their jobs, but does not lead to an rise inprofitability.”IIPis not a magic wand,” said IoD business policy executive Richard Wilson.”If there is a downturn in the market, IIP will not give directors theMidas touch.” Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. In briefOn 1 Nov 2001 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more

Barclays banks on union-staff initiative

first_imgBarclays banks on union-staff initiativeOn 9 Jul 2002 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Barclays will train 300 line managers and union staff representatives inpartnership working this September to improve employee relations. The aim is to put Barclays’ partnership agreement with Unifi at the heart ofthe bank’s work culture with buy-in from all staff, to prevent it beingregarded as a board-level initiative. The partnership agreement was formed following a series of crippling one-daystrikes over pay and grading in 1997. The course will include conflict resolution, joint communication and problemsolving. Peter Dugmore, director of employee relations and policy at Barclays, said:”The course is very important in getting line managers and unionrepresentatives to work together and engage in the spirit of the partnershipagreement. It also builds the skills of our employees.” The company will hold a follow-up day in December to evaluate how linemanagers and Unifi union representatives have implemented what they learnt intothe working environment and how the next stage of the training will be shaped. The company, which employs 60,000 staff in the UK, has also set up a handfulof HR working parties, including one for performance and reward, made up ofunion representatives and HR officers, who meet regularly to discuss keytopics. Barclays also sends staff who are part-time union officers on secondment towork full-time for Unifi to improve the understanding and working relationshipbetween the union and company. last_img read more

Merton tops updated version of Norrington Table

first_imgMerton College has topped a revised version of the Norrington Table, pushing Oriel into second place. Oxford University adjusted the table according to the results of various appeals that have occurred since the provisional version of the table was released in August. Having topped the table in 2014, Merton plummeted to 27th place last year, with Magdalen coming in first place. Meanwhile, Brasenose has risen to 7th place, overtaking Balliol, whilst Pembroke have taken 13th place from Jesus. The two most significant rises were Somerville from 20th to 16th place and Hertford from 23rd to 20th place. St Edmund Hall dropped 6 places from 15th to 21st and Lady Margaret Hall fell from 21st to 23rd. Queen’s remained in bottom place. A spokesperson for Oxford University commented, “The original table was only provisional and was based on interim data, which was correct for the time. The final table is based on complete results after any re-marking or other changes have been undertaken and entered – this may affect the change in college rankings between the publication of provisional and final versions.”Dr. Simon Smith, a senior tutor at Brasenose, told Cherwell, “Brasenose is naturally delighted by the academic success of last year’s graduating cohort, which reflects the efforts of our students and tutors in a supportive social environment. At the same time, it should be remembered that the Norrington table is simply an ordering of Oxford’s mixed colleges and that all of them offer an exceptional undergraduate experience.”Natasha Gibbs, a third-year student at Merton, commented, “Naturally we’re all very pleased to have taken back our position at the top of the table after the slight slip up recently. If we’re going to have a reputation as being where fun goes to die, we might as well have the results to show for it.”The Norrington Table, an unofficial academic ranking of colleges, is calculated using a points system for the degrees undergraduate students were awarded in that year. A First Class degree gains the college five points, with three points for an Upper Second, two for a Lower Second and none for a Third or a Pass. The total score is expressed as a percentage of the maximum possible score, which is all Finals candidates multiplied by five.Merton college declined to comment, whilst Oriel are yet to respond to request for comment. The updated version of the table can be found here. The provisional table released in August can be found here.last_img read more

Vanderburgh County Board of Commissioners Meeting

first_imgSuperintendent of County Buildings: Indiana Economic Development Corporation: Industrial Development Grant AgreementCounty Commissioners:Jacobs Village 2017 Grant AgreementTermination of Airport Sheriff Command Post Lease Agreement Department Head ReportsNew BusinessOld BusinessPublic CommentConsent ItemsContracts, Agreements and LeasesCounty Health Department:Business Associate Contract with CRS IndianaQuote with CRS Indiana for Purchase of Cash Register for Vital RecordsBreastfeeding Peer Counselor Contracts with Abihail Hernandez, Laura Lousignont, Julie Reynolds and Brandi Lopez County Health Department: Travel Request FormsCounty Engineering: Keller Williams Capital Realty Office PolicyAmendment to Listing Contract:Nurrenbern Rd.Tekoppel Ave.1217 S. Lombard Ave. Purchase Order for Coliseum North Elevation Masonry and Exterior RepairsOld Courthouse Wifi Installation QuotesOld Courthouse Chiller Repair QuotePermission to Obtain Quotes for Various Old Courthouse Concrete Repairs Approval of August 22, 2017 Meeting MinutesEmployment ChangesCounty Commissioners:Corrective Quitclaim Deed:867 E. Riverside Dr.520 Jackson Ave.209 E. Oregon St.911 N. Main St.628 E. Maryland St.806 N. Third Ave.1018 W. Virginia St.702 N. Third Ave.2120 W. Delaware St.12 N. Tenth Ave.409 N. Fourth Ave.1006 S. Barker Ave.1610 Fountain Ave.center_img AGENDAVanderburgh County Board of CommissionersSeptember 5, 20173:00 pm, Room 301Call to OrderAttendancePledge of AllegianceAction ItemsFirst Reading and Permission to Advertise Notice of Public Hearing for CO.V-09-17-005First Reading and Permission to Advertise Notice of Public Hearing for CO.V-09-17-006Final Reading of Ordinance CO.09-17-019: Amending Section 15.36 of Building Code LicensingRequest for Waiver of APC Subdivision Plat Condition- Application Filed by Saddle Creek Estates RezoningFinal Reading of Rezoning Ordinance VC-7-2017 Department Head ReportPay Request #27 University Parkway T.I.F for the sum of $1,649.00 Road Closure Request: Bluegrass Church, Rise Up and Run 5KArc of Evansville: May-July 2017 Monthly Report and Meeting Minutes Petitioner: Centenary Baptist ChurchAddress: 14340 Old State RoadRequesting: to Change from Ag to C-1Adjournment FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more