Thursday 10 February 2011 7:57 pm whatsapp FORCES, FOOD AND FINANCE Show Comments ▼ Ad Unmute by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeMisterStoryWoman Files For Divorce After Seeing This Photo – Can You See Why?MisterStoryUndoTotal PastThe Ingenious Reason There Are No Mosquitoes At Disney WorldTotal PastUndoSerendipity TimesInside Coco Chanel’s Eerily Abandoned Mansion Frozen In TimeSerendipity TimesUndoBrake For ItThe Most Worthless Cars Ever MadeBrake For ItUndoZen HeraldNASA’s Voyager 2 Has Entered Deep Space – And It Brought Scientists To Their KneesZen HeraldUndoBetterBe20 Stunning Female AthletesBetterBeUndoAlphaCute30 Rules That All “Hells Angels” Have To FollowAlphaCuteUndoDefinitionDesi Arnaz Kept This Hidden Throughout The Filming of ‘I Love Lucy’DefinitionUndoTaonga: The Island FarmThe Most Relaxing Farm Game of 2021. No InstallTaonga: The Island FarmUndo Share More From Our Partners A ProPublica investigation has caused outrage in the U.S. this weekvaluewalk.comPolice Capture Elusive Tiger Poacher After 20 Years of Pursuing the Huntergoodnewsnetwork.orgRussell Wilson, AOC among many voicing support for Naomi Osakacbsnews.comBrave 7-Year-old Boy Swims an Hour to Rescue His Dad and Little Sistergoodnewsnetwork.orgInside Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis’ not-so-average farmhouse estatenypost.comAstounding Fossil Discovery in California After Man Looks Closelygoodnewsnetwork.orgSupermodel Anne Vyalitsyna claims income drop, pushes for child supportnypost.comNative American Tribe Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Agogoodnewsnetwork.orgFlorida woman allegedly crashes children’s birthday party, rapes teennypost.com YESTERDAY at the Square Mile Salute fundraising banquet, Boris Johnson said: “There are three things I want to share my appreciation for tonight, one – my appreciation for the armed forces, two – for Britain’s financial services and three – food.” The audience of the City’s finest chuckled while a fleet of waiters sailed round them offering canapés made by London’s best chefs. The waiters’ military-style proficiency, however, was not what the assembled guests had turned out for. The banquet, held at the Guildhall, was an event offering the City an opportunity to support troops through Help for Heroes and meet Boris, General Sir Mike Jackson, former head of the army, and, er, Jeremy Clarkson of Top Gear fame. The fundraiser was launched last year by Paul Gayler, the head chef at the Lanesborough hotel, with the help of his friends and rivals at London’s top restaurants, including Sheraton Park Lane, the Hilton and Koffmann’s among others. Gayler says they came together because his son was injured in Afghanistan: “He wasn’t too seriously hurt. He was shot in the groin after ten days and can’t go back. It just brought home to me how important it is to support our boys.” So what is the connection to the City? Gayler laughs: “It’s where the money is, of course. Plus City A.M. and others pitched in to make it happen.”Enthusiastic supporters bid a whopping £8,000 for a two-week internship at City A.M in the auction. And in after hours trading, Lawson Muncaster, City A.M.’s managing director, took another £8,000 for the worthy cause in return for a second internship for the auction’s rival bidder.Johnson showed some more love for the City by regaling the audience with stories from classical antiquity: “Boudica was this country’s first and most disastrous banker basher. It took more than a century for Britain’s economy to recover from it.” Johnson’s aide shuffled him away before he could tell City A.M. whether he thought big bonuses – if donated to Help for Heroes – were a good idea. He did say, however, that the City’s “downstream effect was vital for growth.” An effect probably also true of the guests’ stomachs after the fifth course. KCS-content whatsapp Tags: NULL
Delaware betting market enjoys strong November 18th December 2018 | By contenteditor AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter State’s regulated sports betting market posts second-highest revenue total since opening, while iGaming sector struggles Finance Topics: Finance Delaware’s legal sports betting market has enjoyed one of its strongest months of the year to date, while the state’s online casino and poker market has continued to struggle in November.Net proceeds raised from sports betting for the month ended November 25 soared 151% month-on-month, aided by an 11% increase in handle to $16.4m. After player winnings of $15.1m and vendor fees of $160,711, the state generated revenue of $1.1m from the vertical.The vast majority of revenue was generated through Delaware Park, with the venue’s revenue of $805,285 accounting for 72% of the total. Delaware Park also accounted for the bulk of wagers, generating 217,7666 (64%) of the 338,965 placed over the month.For the year to date, Delaware has generated $6.8m from sports betting since the first bets were placed on June 24, with players staking $70.9m, and winning $63.2m.The state’s iGaming market, however, struggled in the calendar month of November. Total revenue was almost unchanged from the previous year – $209,235 in 2018 compared to $209,476 in November 2017 – though this represented an 8% month-on-month drop.The majority of revenue was generated via video lottery products, which accounted for $123,005 of the total, followed by $68,336 from table games and just $17,894 from online poker rake and tournament fees.Dover Downs generated revenue of $90,880, making it the largest single contributor of the state’s three licensed iGaming entities. Harrington Raceway, which has tended to fail to match its rivals, moved into second place with revenue of $66,516. Delaware Park endured a difficult month, with revenue down 54% year-on-year to $51,838.November saw 495 players register for iGaming accounts, up from the previous month, and more than double the 237 registrations in November 2017. Email Address
Email Address Tags: Online Gambling Video Gaming Casino & games 5th March 2019 | By contenteditor Topics: Casino & games Esports Sports betting Video gaming Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Sports betting solutions provider Betinvest has rolled out what it says is the first customisable sportsbook iframe technology, designed specifically for the esports market.Clients can use the iframe, a box which sits within a website and pulls through content from another source, to instantly add a betting feature to esports sites. Companies will be able to customise the look and feel of the iframe to reflect their own branding, as well as use marketing features to develop promotional campaigns and drive betting activity. It also incorporates a range of security controls, to keep customers’ data safe while betting. Valentyn Kyrylenko (pictured), vice-president of business development at Betinvest, has said that the new solution has been designed to make integrating a sportsbook seamless.“With its sportsbook management function it gives operators the opportunity to use a variety of different tools, such as creating business reports, teasers and promotions, as well as being able to see the turnover for both betting and other activities,” Kyrylenko explained. “I think that the sportsbook iframe has the potential to be one of the most profitable products in gaming. It makes the process of starting a sportsbook business very simple.Key to this, he said, was the fact that those using the iframe only needed to handle customer management, with Betinvest handling all operational, technological and trading-related elements. “This technology is very promising for the whole gaming industry as it gives us the opportunity to help expand businesses even faster across the world,” he added. Betinvest claims industry first with esports betting iFrame Companies: Betinvest AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Sports betting solutions provider Betinvest has rolled out what it says is the first customisable sportsbook iFrame technology, designed specifically for the esports market.
LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS TAGS: Wasps “I don’t have any regrets in not playing. Obviously I want to support the charities and I try to do that as best I can outside playing. I compete in one tournament a year that is on snow, which arguably should be softer landings and less impact.“I got roped into that by Serge Betsen. It’s in France and it’s called the Six Stations and runs alongside the Six Nations. We go to six different ski stations over six nights and play six-a-side rugby in the snow on a half-sized pitch.“So it’s not hellishly hard work, although the competition tends to mount towards the final, which I’ve only been in once thankfully! I generally try to join the team that’s least likely to get further in the tournament. So I do that but mainly because I adore skiing now so it just gives me an opportunity to ski for a week with a bunch of mates, and raise money for charity at the same time.”Cap No 1: Shaw on his England debut against Italy in 1996, when Phil de Glanville was the captainShaw still calls Toulon home, generally spending long weekends there after doing a three- or four-day week in London. He’s not really one for watching rugby and at the time we spoke to him had yet to visit the Ricoh Arena to watch his old team Wasps.“I probably went to three Toulon matches last year. If I have clients coming out who want to watch a game I’ll entertain them and give them the best weekend they could have.“At Wasps I loved playing rugby but I’m not a good watcher, I get very tense and aggressive. A guy came up to me recently and said, ‘I had the displeasure of sitting next to you at the Lions’ first Test in Australia.’ With four Premiership titles, three European crowns and numerous World Cups and Lions tours on his CV, Shaw could be excused struggling to pin down a favourite memory from his rugby career. But one match stands out.Englishmen abroad: with Jonny Wilkinson after a successful Top 14 semi-final with Toulon (Getty)“It’s funny, when Jonny Wilkinson lifted the cup in his final season, it was the first time you ever saw absolute joy on Jonny’s face. Everyone knows what Jonny’s like and that was the moment when you realised he’s been waiting for this his whole career. Which is extraordinary when you think what he’s achieved.“And I had a very similar experience when we beat Leicester (39-14) at Twickenham in the 2005 Premiership final. It was Neil Back’s last game, Martin Johnson’s last game, and Leicester were out-and-out favourites. The whole story had been told – this is their swansong, this is their last game where they’re going to go out on top. And we’d been thrashed by them at Welford Road just two weeks before (45-10).“It’s weird but all the other finals… I’m not very expressive with my emotions but this was the one time where I was fist-pumping and jumping up and down.”Fondest memory: Wasps’ Premiership triumph of 2005 holds a special place in Shaw’s heart (Getty)Shaw racked up hundreds of matches in the engine room, stretching back to the amateur days when he played for Bristol and, at 17, enjoyed a stint in New Zealand. If you suspect he’d jump at any opportunities for a run-out, think again – he’s put that part of his life to bed.“I played in one game in 2013. We played Australia at the Stoop, to mark the ten-year anniversary of England’s World Cup win,” he explains.“It was a real realisation for me. It was the year I retired, so it wasn’t as if I had bits of me falling off, but at the first kick-off Martin Corry got upended and I just thought, ‘I’ve managed to survive 23 years without too many battle scars, I’ve got four young kids and I want to play sports with them. If I do something on this pitch or any other day, I’d really regret it.“A lot of people say ‘That’s wrong, why don’t you play club rugby, you should be giving something back’, but I think after 23 years I pretty much gave enough. From his giant 6ft 8in frame to his 23-year first-class rugby career, Simon Shaw never does things by halves. When the former England and Lions lock hung up his boots in 2013, he had cemented his reputation as one of the finest forwards of the professional era.Seventy-five Test caps, including two for the Lions in 2009, was only part of the story; he won ten trophies for Wasps during a golden age for the club and later bowed out as a European champion with Toulon.England’s second-oldest international player (38 years 37 days at RWC 2011) and the third-oldest Test Lion (35 years 306 days), Shaw was also the first player to make 200 English Premiership appearances.Rugby World caught up with the now 44-year-old Shaw to see what he’s been up to since retiring as a player…Master mauler: doing what he does best in Barbarians colours v England in 2005 (Getty Images)“After I finished, I lucked on a job straightaway with a hotel group called Karma Resorts. I used to look after their philanthropic arm,” he says. “I was in charge of their acquisitions, so I’d be running around Europe in the main trying to find new opportunities, such as potential conversions like castles.“It was good fun for a while but being my height and weight, and not fitting in beds and plane seats, it became a bit arduous after a while. It was never a joy travelling.“I made the decision to break away from that, for health reasons as much as anything. I had a permanent cold as a result of the air conditioning on flights, sleepless nights and all that sort of stuff, so I thought it wasn’t for me long term. But it gave me a great opportunity to work in a different environment.“At the same time running alongside that, I had an events company and still do called Set Piece Events. We run match-day hospitality, travel packages, dinners and various other things. Coupled with that I had a pub called Stokes & Moncrieff, which was our match-day venue really.“We got rid of it because other opportunities came up. The pub business is very tough and while it worked fabulously well on match days, it was a really tough environment to keep the finger on during the rest of the year. You have to keep plugging away, you have to be on site working tirelessly to generate trade, and as I live in France it’s a pretty tricky proposition.”Looking smart: conducting the European draws with Scott Quinnell in Switzerland in 2014 (Getty)Shaw’s main focus now is a new restaurant opposite Twickenham station that opened in September. Called M Bar & Grill, it allows him to use the skills he acquired during his years as a pub owner.“I moved towards partnering with M Restaurants and Martin Williams in particular, who’s a very shrewd operator in the restaurant market. He looks after the business side and I look after the hospitality side, certainly for this particular venue.“It’s a wonderful location. At first I was sceptical because Twickenham doesn’t really have anything of its like, but the local residents have really embraced it. I think it will turn into a destination restaurant for the wider area because of the quality of the food and the décor.“It’s directly opposite the station so on a match day you walk out of your train, which is how 90% of people get to Twickenham, and you’re there. After the game you can enjoy a cocktail and look out at everyone squeezing themselves silly trying to get a train while you wait for the crowd to subside.“We’ve got the only wagyu beef that’s produced in the UK, that’s exclusive to us. There’s a great many USPs but the thing that stands out is the quality of the food. Mike Reid, the executive chef, is an absolute genius in the kitchen.Peter Pan: Shaw was 38 when he turned out for England at the 2011 World Cup (Getty Images)“As a group we wanted to expand from the two restaurants we have in Victoria and Threadneedle Street; they’re the upper high end of the restaurant industry and this is a scaled-down version. We purposely called it M Bar and Grill so it won’t scare away any punters who feel it might be out of their price range.“It’s a fantastic addition and the plan was not just this venue but to roll out to two or three other localities in the London area. To do that we needed extra funding and we had an extraordinarily successful crowdfunding launch where we managed to raise a lot more than we ever expected to. So those plans are going really well.” Former England and Lions lock Simon Shaw tells Rugby World what he’s been up to since retiring in 2013 – and recalls the one match that had him leaping for joy High point: Simon Shaw on the charge for the 2009 British & Irish Lions in South Africa (Inpho) FOR THE LATEST SUBSCRIPTION OFFERS, CLICK HERE ‘What do you mean?’ I said.‘Well, you couldn’t stop moving. You were acting out the game as you sat in your seat!’”
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Pictured here in the background and across the street from the church is Meadowbrook Elementary School. Looking on, from left, are Adriana Cline, St. Luke’s bookkeeper and assistant diocesan treasurer, and the Rev. Karen Calafat, rector of St. Luke’s. Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg/Episcopal News Service[Episcopal News Service – Fort Worth, Texas] When you look out the window of your church and see kids and their parents walking past every morning on their way to neighborhood schools and a school bus stop, what comes to mind?“We figured that there might be needs that we might be able to plug into,” said the Rev. Karen Calafat, rector of St. Luke’s in the Meadow Episcopal Church, of a discussion she and some parishioners had. They had some ideas, but they didn’t know whether those ideas would be helpful. “We were just looking for a way to connect, find out what their needs are and see if there was any way we could partner with them,” Calafat said.The Rev. Karen Calafat, rector of St. Luke’s in the Meadow Episcopal Church in Fort Worth, Texas, chats with a mother during the parish’s weekly Coffee on the Corner. Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg/Episcopal News ServiceThat’s when their discovery that middle school students needed college logo T-shirts led to the every Friday morning Coffee on the Corner, a six-week experiment when it began in September and that has continued ever since.Calafat and St. Luke’s member Donnell Guynn recently explained that trajectory one chilly Friday morning between serving coffee, cocoa, sausage biscuits and other treats. At a meeting with counselors at nearby Middlebrook Middle School, parishioners learned that the students needed the shirts for those days when they came to school out of uniform or on special days when they can wear such logo shirts.That finding coincided with the church’s yard sale, so volunteers culled all the college logo T-shirts from the donations and gave them to the middle school. “It just started the conversation,” Calafat said.At the same time, the parish was hosting another kind of dialogue, sponsored by Living Room Conversations, which helps people who disagree find ways to work together and respect each other. This past July, the monthly gathering at St. Luke’s discussed refugee families and the Trump administration’s zero-tolerance immigration policy. Eight “brave women” were present, Calafat said, and they decided that, while they knew little about refugees, they knew there were immigrants in their neighborhood. The women wanted to find a way to tell their neighbors that St. Luke’s “was not on the bandwagon” with the administration’s policies.Three of the women got together to talk more, but “we realized we didn’t even know what the neighborhood needs,” Calafat said. “We can’t plan some big program because what if it’s not needed? So, we just honed it down to let’s stand on the corner and get to know the neighbors, give them a cup of coffee and just visit.”St. Luke’s has a strategic corner in the neighborhood. The area elementary school is across from the front of the church and the middle school is just down the side street. That side street is also where high school students wait, sometimes in their parents’ vehicles, sometimes on the sidewalk, for buses to take them to various buildings elsewhere in Fort Worth, including the district World Language Institute. The vestry is considering building a bus shelter for those high school students.As the Fridays went by, the volunteers learned a lot. For instance, an early thought about offering English-as-a-second-language classes became a reality, but in reverse. The St. Luke’s women began asking the Spanish-speaking parents the Spanish names of some of the food they were handing out, such as bananas and oranges. The parents would quiz the volunteers in subsequent weeks to see if they remembered their translations.One mother later suggested that the parents and parishioners continue trying to learn each other’s languages, and now the morning chats are becoming increasingly bilingual.On a recent day, some Spanish-speaking students brought a newly arrived Asian friend with them. Then, two Rwandan sisters who walk their younger sister to the elementary school came by. The sisters, who speak five languages, according to Calafat and Guynn, often hang out around Coffee on the Corner before they go to school.A subtle invitation to leave prayer requests stands on the treat cart. Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg/Episcopal News ServiceIt’s not all about coffee and goodies. Prominent on a corner of the rolling treat cart is a brightly colored mug with squares of paper asking, “How can we pray for you?/Cómo podemos orar por usted?” The mug is the invitation; the volunteers never push anyone.Calafat said she takes any filled-in cards that are left on the cart to her desk. “I just kind of keep them in front of me and lift them up in prayer, and when they come back the next week, we ask them how things are going,” she said.One morning a woman visited, saying she had seen Coffee on the Corner but had never stopped. That day, she said, she needed prayers for her marriage. Three or four weeks later, she returned to say she and her husband had a good week. “It’s just about keeping track of people,” Calafat said.Melissa Subjeck, the college and career readiness coach at Meadowbrook Middle School, stops by nearly every Friday when she drops off her daughter for pre-K classes. She likes to greet some of her middle school students as they take their younger siblings to the elementary school.Subjeck praised both the parish’s initial effort to give college T-shirts to the middle school and the coffee stand. “I think this church is pretty remarkable,” she said. “This is one of the highlights of my Fridays. It starts you off in a good mood.”– The Rev. Mary Frances Schjonberg is the Episcopal News Service’s senior editor and reporter.
Projects Area: 13295 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project City:LondonCountry:United KingdomMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Mark HaddenText description provided by the architects. Located in Greenwich Peninsula – London’s largest regeneration project – and within walking distance from the O2 Arena, M0115 is a residential development that comprises a mix of Private, Intermediate and Social for Rent tenures. In total, 56% of the homes are Affordable.Save this picture!© Mark HaddenThe massing is formed of two 10-storey buildings flanking a raised landscaped podium at first floor level and two smaller terraces of family housing, ensuring a continuation of the “book end” theme established on the adjacent plots. The building is designed to Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4, featuring green roofs and connection to the peninsula-wide district heating network.Save this picture!Site PlanThe residential accommodation is arranged to provide two and three-storey family dwellings at the base of the development with one, two and three bedroom apartments in the ‘book end’ towers. The raised podium contains car parking and secure cycle storage underneath, and is landscaped with private and communal gardens which provide views through to the mature trees of an adjacent park.Save this picture!© Mark HaddenSave this picture!Ninth Floor PlanSave this picture!© Mark HaddenBetween the two 10 storey buildings there are two terraces of family housing, facing east (onto Chandlers Avenue) and west (onto East Parkside) respectively. Biodiverse roofs and terraces provide an enhanced outlook from upper levels. As part of a wider masterplan, generous living spaces are positioned in response to their parkside setting to establish a new and diverse community and a landscaped public realm.Save this picture!© Mark HaddenA strong emphasis is placed on creating a building with simple but durable detailing that will resonate with the historic craft tradition of its location. The facades are designed with finely detailed brickwork, in tones ranging from light to dark industrial grey, creating a reference to the Greenwich Peninsula’s great industrial history. The open-plan living areas feature oak timber flooring and an abundance of natural light.Save this picture!© Mark HaddenProject gallerySee allShow lessThe Art of Architecture: LEGO Sculptures by Adam Reed Tucker, with Photographs by J….ExhibitionRIBA Future Trends Survey Reports Confidence for Architects in the New YearArchitecture NewsProject locationAddress:Riverside, London SE7, United KingdomLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Year: Apartments Landscape Architect: Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/782623/greenwich-peninsula-riverside-cf-moller Clipboard Contractor: Greenwich Peninsula Riverside / C.F. MøllerSave this projectSaveGreenwich Peninsula Riverside / C.F. Møller Price & Myers ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/782623/greenwich-peninsula-riverside-cf-moller Clipboard MEP: “COPY” 2015 “COPY” Save this picture!© Mark Hadden+ 31 Share Foreman Roberts ArchDaily Wates Photographs: Mark Hadden CopyApartments•London, United Kingdom Structural: Randle Siddeley Greenwich Peninsula Riverside / C.F. Møller CopyAbout this officeC.F. MøllerOfficeFollowProductsConcreteBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsLondonEnglandUnited KingdomPublished on February 27, 2016Cite: “Greenwich Peninsula Riverside / C.F. Møller” 27 Feb 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
News July 30, 2014 – Updated on January 20, 2016 National Press Club awardee held for past 18 months in Bahrain March 17, 2021 Find out more Organisation Reporters Without Borders, Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB), Freedom House, Human Rights First, Just Foreign Policy and Project on Middle East Democracy (POMED) call for the release of the internationally-known Bahraini photographer Ahmed Humaidan, who is to receive the National Press Club’s John Aubuchon Press Freedom Award “in absentia” in Washington, DC this evening. He has been held since December 29, 2012 in Bahrain.Humaidan was sentenced on March 26, 2014 to ten years in prison for supposedly participating in an attack on a police station in Sitra on April 8, 2012. A court is due to rule on his appeal on August 25.He told his family and his lawyer that his interrogators subjected him to psychological torture and threatened to kill him. His lawyer has repeatedly requested an independent investigation into his client’s allegations of torture. He has also asked the prison authorities to let his client be examined by a doctor.Founded in 1908, the National Press Club is the world’s leading professional organization for journalists and defends through its Press Freedom Committee the rights of reporters and fights for transparency worldwide.The National Press Club John Aubuchon Press Freedom Award is presented at a gala dinner every year to two journalists – one American and one foreign – who have demonstrated through their work the principles of press freedom and open government.Announcing this year’s winners, NPC president Myron Belkind said: “Ahmed Humaidan is a photojournalist, not a criminal. The authorities in Bahrain need to free him and the other reporters who have been jailed there for the ‘crime’ of doing their jobs.”Twelve news providers are currently detained in Bahrain. Six of them are serving long jail sentences. Two others are being prosecuted. And many more have sought asylum abroad. By arbitrarily arresting news providers and peaceful civil society activists, the Bahraini authorities are trying to stifle all dissent in the kingdom.The six organizations that have signed this letter call for the immediate and unconditional release of Ahmed Humaidan and all the other news providers who are being held in connection with their work in Bahrain.ADHRB – Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain Freedom House Human Rights First Just Foreign Policy POMED – Project on Middle East Democracy Reporters Without Borders BahrainMiddle East – North Africa News Coronavirus “information heroes” – journalism that saves lives to go further Tenth anniversary of Bahraini blogger’s arrest German spyware company FinFisher searched by public prosecutors BahrainMiddle East – North Africa Receive email alerts Help by sharing this information News News RSF_en October 14, 2020 Find out more Follow the news on Bahrain June 15, 2020 Find out more
Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” TAGSCaherelly National SchoolGOALGrangeKilmallocklimerick Advertisement Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Print Previous articleInformation evening for bereaved parents to take place in CastletroyNext articleGrooming The Constant Wife Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie WhatsApp WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Pupils from Caherelly NS who took part in GOAL Jersey Day last October.CAHERELLY National School from Grange, Kilmallock, has received a special humanitarian award from one of the country’s leading aid agencies.The County Limerick school was one of a number of schools from around the country to receive the GOAL Humanitarian School Award. The primary and post-primary schools received the award from the aid agency for their participation in development education and fundraising activities organised by GOAL last year.“GOAL established the scheme in 2016 to inspire humanitarianism in primary and secondary schools across the country,” the agency’s Development Education Coordinator, Louise Merrigan explained.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “We did so with the objective of recognising the efforts of students and teachers to learn more about the realities of some of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people, and to take action for a better world.”Principal of Caherelly National School, Fionnuala Allen, said they were delighted to receive the award.“Our students really benefitted from an educational visit from GOAL and were inspired to further investigate global citizenship and children’s human rights as a result. They thoroughly enjoyed raising money for those less fortunate by taking part in GOAL Jersey Day, knowing the difference that the money would make after our educational visit from GOAL brought the topic to life,” she said.Primary and post-primary schools that are interested in a development education visit from GOAL should contact [email protected] Alan [email protected] NewsEducationSpecial humanitarian award for Kilmallock schoolBy Alan Jacques – February 5, 2018 1311 Email Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Linkedin Facebook Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash
Home / Daily Dose / Young People Buying Homes Earlier but for Similar Reasons Print This Post Share Save in Daily Dose, Featured, Headlines, News The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago June 6, 2017 1,694 Views Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Previous: Patenaude Has Nomination Hearing, Rumors of Otting’s Nomination Confirmed Next: DIMONT Promotes Tom Stover to Chief Solutions Officer First American Financial Corporation First-Time Homebuyers Mark Fleming Millennials Real Estate Sentiment Index 2017-06-06 Staff Writer Sign up for DS News Daily Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Young People Buying Homes Earlier but for Similar Reasons Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Related Articles Independent title agents and real estate professionals are confident that transaction volume, purchase transactions, and refinance transactions will grow during the next 12 months, according to the second quarter Real Estate Sentiment Index (RESI) released Tuesday by the First American Financial Corporation. The RESI, which polls industry professionals across the country to gain their unique insight about the future of the housing market, compiles data gathered each quarter to create a composite of national and region-specific information from those on the front lines of the industry. In the realm of volume on a national scale, expectation in residential purchases rose from 71.57 to 77.98, or 8.96 percent from Q1 to Q2. Comparatively, that number is 6.25 percent lower than it was last year. Residential refinances also have higher sentiment than they did during Q1, rising from 39 to 45.76, a gain of 17.33 percent. Year-over-year, that number is down 24.06 percent. There are states, however, in which industry professionals confidence in residential purchase transactions volume increased year-over-year. These states include: Louisiana (24.1 percent), Texas (15.6 percent), New York (12.9 percent), Missouri (11.4 percent), and Tennessee (9.7 percent). Independent title agents and real estate professionals did not have quite as much confidence in the forecast for price growth. In Q1, 3.89 percent of those surveyed believed prices would increase in the coming year; and, in Q2, that number only rose to 4.19 percent. Five states in which professionals predicted the highest residential price increases were: Kentucky (8.6 percent), Washington (8.0 percent), Michigan (6.1 percent), Maryland (6.0 percent), and New York (5.8 percent). The RESI also asked industry professionals about their experience working with first time homebuyers. According to those surveyed, 55.3 percent of first time home buyers were between the ages of 26-30, while 31.5 percent were from the ages of 31-35. Aged 36 and older only accounted for a combined 3.7 percent of first time home buyers, compared to 8.8 percent aged 21-25, indicating that a staggering majority are millennials. Of those first time home buyers, 41.4 percent’s motivation for buying a home was financial investment. 25.2 percent cited having kids/starting a family, and 23.3 percent indicated their reason was due to acquiring a new job and/or receiving increased income. Only 10.0 percent said they wanted to buy a home because they got married. According to First American Financial Corporation chief economist Mark Fleming, the obstacles to buying a home haven’t changed much. “In contrast to the perception that Millennials are eschewing homeownership for the ease and flexibility of renting, this quarter’s survey provided more evidence that millennials are increasingly participating in the housing market … [l]ike generations before them, saving for the down payment is the biggest obstacle. When millennials buy a home may be different, but why Millennials buy homes is arguably the same as it’s always been.” Thirty-seven-point-nine percent of people stated that saving the downpayment was the largest obstacle, with overall affordability being the second largest obstacle (30.8 percent), followed by a limited inventory of likable homes (19.0 percent), and limited access to credit (12.3 percent). Methodology: The First American Real Estate Sentiment Index (RESI) measures title agent sentiment on purchase and refinance transaction volume and price changes across multiple property types, as well as title agent sentiment on current industry issues. The RESI is calculated for each question as the sum of the positive responses minus the sum of the negative responses divided by two and times the total number of responses plus 50, resulting in an index that varies from 0 (all negative sentiment) to 50 (neutral sentiment) to 100 (all positive sentiment). A RESI value above 50 indicates increasingly positive sentiment and a RESI value below 50 indicates increasingly negative sentiment. Aggregated purchase and refinance sentiment indices are created by using a property-type, stock-weighted average of each underlying sentiment index.The overall national sentiment index is a loan purpose market share-weighted average of the aggregate purchase and refinance sentiment indices. Aggregated national price expectations are property-type, state stock weighted. Results are only reported when a sufficient number of survey responses are available to produce valid results. Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago About Author: Staff Writer Tagged with: First American Financial Corporation First-Time Homebuyers Mark Fleming Millennials Real Estate Sentiment Index Subscribe
News UpdatesMadras HC Directs Private Schools Associations To Frame A Scheme For Payment Of Schools Fees In Installments [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK1 July 2020 11:40 PMShare This – xThe Madras High Court on Tuesday directed the associations of private schools to formulate a scheme with respect to payment of school fees “in installments”. The direction has been made by a single bench of Justice R. Mahadevan in a batch of petitions filed by the Federation of Association of Private Schools, All India Private Educational Institutions Association and the Consortium…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 Madras High Court on Tuesday directed the associations of private schools to formulate a scheme with respect to payment of school fees “in installments”. The direction has been made by a single bench of Justice R. Mahadevan in a batch of petitions filed by the Federation of Association of Private Schools, All India Private Educational Institutions Association and the Consortium of Self Financing Professional. The bench ordered that the Petitioners should formulate an appropriate scheme balancing the interests of both the institutions as well as the parents, and place it before the Central Government for final decision. Arguments The Petitioners had approached the High Court highlighting the plight of schools during the lockdown that had been restrained from collecting school fees but were required to pay the salaries of teaching and non-teaching staff apart from other charges, bills, etc. They had particularly challenged Government Order dated April 20, precluding schools from forcible collection of school fees. It was submitted that schools were conducting online classes and students are availing benefit thereof, thus the institutions are entitled to charge tuition fees, to meet out their infrastructural expenses. The Respondents on the other hand had contended that the impugned order, issued under the provisions of the Disaster Management Act, does not prevent the parents from paying fees “voluntarily”. It was further pointed out that the order did not waive of any fees and it was merely an appeal to the schools to not force the students to remit the fees till the situation becomes normal. So far as the institutional expenses of the schools are concerned, the authority submitted that the amount remitted to schools as reimbursement for 25% seats allotted under the RTE Act may be utilized in paying the salaries to the teachers for the next few months. OrderAfter hearing these submissions, the court ordered, “The petitioners herein are directed to formulate an equation / Scheme with respect to collection of fees, not based on the fee structure framed by the Committee, but in instalments for a while, without prejudice to the rights of the parents and children, by way of detailed representations and submit the same to the Government…” It added, “On such representations being submitted, the respondent Government shall consider the same, take a decision and file a report before this Court, on or before 06.07.2020.” The matter is now listed for hearing on July 8. Case Details: Case Title: Federation of Association of Private Schools Government Office of Revenue v. Disaster Management Dept. (and other connected petitions) Case No.: WP No. 8490/2020 Quorum: Justice R. Mahadevan Appearance: Senior Counsel KM Vijayan for E. Vijay Anand (for Petitioners); AG Vijay Narayan assisted by GP V. Jayaprakash Narayanan and AGP R. Vijayakumar for (State) Click Here To Download Order Read Order Next Story