FTSE 100 firms are languishing in digital race

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Southwest Florida coronavirus case totals for Thursday, April 1

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All the latest soccer fixtures as midweek games commence

first_img Facebook Facebook News Pinterest The domestic soccer season returned at the weekend and games are coming thick and fast for all of the Laois clubs involved.Tonight, Portlaoise AFC continue their push for promotion in the Leinster Senior League as they face second placed Tolka Rovers.While in the CCFL, Towerhill Rovers, Stradbally Town, Clonaslee, Rosenallis, St Aengus, Abbeyleix, Midlands Celtic, Maryborough FC and Midlands Celtic are all in action.Check out all of the fixtures belowWEDNESDAY JULY 22All Games 7.30pm unless stated Leinster Senior League Division 1APortlaoise AFC v Tolka Rovers in Rossleighan at 7.30pmCCFLSenior Division Ballinahown A v Clara TownDivision 1 Towerhill Rovers v Stradbally Town AClonaslee Utd v Rosenallis ADivision 2 Banagher Utd v CoolraineDivision 3A St. Aengus v Abbeyleix AthleticMidlands Celtic v Stradbally Town BDerry Rovers B v Maryborough FCMountmellick Celtic v KilleighDivision 3B Kinnegad Juniors Newcastle AthleticEast Galway v St. Cormacs AthleticDivision 1 Saturday Moydow v Longford Town CruisersGallen United v Grange UnitedTHURSDAY JULY 23Division 3B Ballinahown B v Birr Town BFRIDAY JULY 24 Kick off at 8pm unless statedJohn Farrell Combined Counties Cup 3rd Round Derry Rovers v Mountmellick Utd – Brian’s Park, School Lane – OffalySATURDAY JULY 25 Kick off at 2:30pm unless statedJohn Farrell Combined Counties Cup 3rd Round Moydow FC v Clara Town – The Mall Sports and Leisure Complex – MidlandSaturday Division Cup Semi-Final Ballymahon AFC v Gallen United – Tara Park – MidlandUnder 17 Cup Quarter Final East Galway Utd v Monksland Utd – Kiltormer Galway – OffalyUnder 17 Premier Division Willow Park v Mullingar Athletic – Willow Park Athlone – MidlandUnder 17 Division 1 Temple Villa v Birr Town – TP Hickey Park Mount Temple – OffalyUnder 19 Cup Quarter Final Clara Town v Mullingar Athletic – Stanley O’Hara Park Clara – MidlandUnder 19 Premier Division Edenderry Town v Willow Park – Fr Paul Park Edenderry – OffalySUNDAY JULY 26Kick off at 11am unless statedJohn Farrell Combined Counties Cup 3rd Round Birr Town v Clonaslee Utd – Frank O’Connor Park – MidlandTowerhill Rovers v BBC Utd – Leisure Centre (Astro Pitch) Portlaoise – OffalyEast Galway Utd v Mullingar Town Lorrha GAA Pitch, Lorrha, Co. Tipperary – MidlandWomen’s Cup Provisional Round Mountmellick Utd v Kinnegad Juniors – Conor Davis Park – Offaly – 2pmDivision 2 Banagher Utd v Moate Celtic – Middle Road, Banagher – MidlandDivision 3A Maryborough FC v Killeigh – Derrybeg, Killeigh – OffalyStradbally Town B v Mountmellick Celtic – The Lawn, Stradbally – OffalyAbbeyleix Athletic v Derry Rovers B – Fr. Breen Park, Abbeyleix – OffalyDivision 3B Kinnegad Juniors v St.Cormac’s Athletic – Lagan Park, Killucan Road – MidlandBallinahown B v Clonmore Utd – Sportspark, Ballinahown – MidlandNewcastle Athletic v Birr Town B – Wanderers Park, Strokestown Road – MidlandWomen’s Division (Kick off 2pm unless stated) Killeigh v Mullingar Athletic – Derrybeg, Killeigh – OffalySEE ALSO – Fundraiser launched for Laois woman in Australia following MS diagnosis Electric Picnic organisers release statement following confirmation of new festival date Electric Picnic Bizarre situation as Ben Brennan breaks up Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael arrangement to take Graiguecullen-Portarlington vice-chair role WhatsApp By Alan Hartnett – 22nd July 2020 Twitter All the latest soccer fixtures as midweek games commence WhatsApp Previous article€2,500 up for grabs as Laois County Council launch Youth Volunteers SchemeNext articleDowney’s Autostop Car of the Week: 161 Nissan Pulsar for €10,900 Alan HartnettStradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016. Pinterest Home Sport Soccer All the latest soccer fixtures as midweek games commence SportSoccer TAGSCCFLLeinster Senior League Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Electric Picnic Laois Councillor ‘amazed’ at Electric Picnic decision to apply for later date for 2021 festival last_img read more

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Jov Leon Frazer Enhanced Opportunities Fund suspends new subscriptions

Redemptions are unaffected by the decision, JovFinancial said. “The board of directors of the fund continues to assess the budget proposal and its potential impact and will be making a submission to the federal government requesting relief from the claw-back of tax credits that applies when an investment in a labour-sponsored fund is redeemed early,” JovFinancial said in a release. “Once all of the details are known, the board of directors of the fund will determine the best long-term course of action for the fund.” JovFinancial also announced that, effective May 15, Steven Hawkins, president and CEO of the Fund, will be replaced by Philip Armstrong. Effective May 15, Hawkins is also resigning as a director of the fund. Julie McMaster, chief financial officer of the fund, has also been replaced by Jason Mackey. Hawkins and McMaster are employees of Horizons ETFs Management (Canada) Inc., a former affiliate of JovFinancial, and their services have been provided to the fund according to a transition services agreement between Horizons and Jovian Capital Corp., the parent company of JovFinancial, that expires on May 15. Armstrong is the CEO and a director of Jovian and is a financial services veteran with over 40 years’ experience. Mackey is the CFO of Jovian and has worked in the financial industry for over 20 years. Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Related news IE Staff New name and manager for labour-sponsored fund Covington Fund II to re-open early next year Toronto-based JovFinancial Solutions Inc., the manager of Jov Leon Frazer Enhanced Opportunities Fund Inc., said Friday that the fund will no longer accept further subscriptions in light of the phase out of the tax credits available to investors in labour-sponsored investment funds proposed by the 2013 federal budget. Vencap industry alarmed at elimination of LSVCC tax credit GrowthWorks dispute remains unresolved Keywords Labour sponsored investment fundsCompanies Jovian Capital Corp. Facebook LinkedIn Twitter read more

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CSA outlines steps to support transition to T+2

first_img The CSA also published proposed amendments that aim to shorten the settlement cycle for conventional mutual funds to T+2. “Canadian securities regulators are committed to facilitating a smooth transition to the T+2 settlement cycle and to ensuring consistency across the markets by applying the shorter settlement cycle to all securities, including mutual funds,” says Louis Morisset, chairman of the CSA and president and CEO of the Autorité des marchés financiers. Comments on the proposed amendments to the mutual fund rules are due by July 26, and the CSA says that it aims to publish final amendments in late summer. It’s expected that the revisions announced today will take effect on Sept. 5, pending ministerial approval in certain provinces. If the U.S. markets adjust their transition date, the CSA’s revisions allow for the effective date to be extended in order to match any delay of the U.S. transition. Additionally, the CSA indicates that it will publish a paper later this year addressing issues that were raised in a consultation paper that was published in August 2016 to consider both the revisions being adopted and possible additional new measures to enhance settlement discipline and mitigate potential risk of increased settlement fails in a T+2 environment. “We do not propose to implement at this time any additional measures arising from the consultation paper to prepare for the move to T+2 as a result of the feedback received,” the CSA says, and the analysis published later this year will explain the CSA’s views in this area. Read: SEC shortens settlement cycle for securities The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) announced Thursday it is adopting revisions to its rules for institutional trade matching and settlement that will enable the Canadian industry to move from T+3 to T+2 settlement in lock step with the U.S. markets on Sept. 5. The amendments, which will apply to dealers, advisors, clearing agencies and matching utilities, will support the transition to T+2 for equity and long-term debt market trades, the CSA says in a statement. Share this article and your comments with peers on social media James Langton SEC bulletin educates investors on T+2 Three NYSE exchanges reach US$14-million settlement with the SECcenter_img Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Real-time reporting by exchanges considered for T+2 transition Keywords SettlementCompanies Canadian Securities Administrators Related newslast_img read more

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Education Ministry Working to Equip Relocated Mahoe Hill All-Age

first_imgFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail The Ministry of Education and Youth is working to equip the Mahoe Hill All-Age School in St. Mary, which has been operating out of the HEART Trust Training Centre in Broadgate since February 14.Minister Maxine Henry Wilson, who recently toured the relocated facility, said that the Ministry was committed to providing the school with the necessary facilities to enable the continued delivery of quality education to the students.The institution was relocated following the collapse of the Broadgate/Mahoe Hill swing bridge on February 11. The bridge was the only route to the school, which has a student body of 105 and a staff of four.Mrs. Henry Wilson noted that the relocation process had not presented any serious dislocation, and congratulated the teachers and members of the community for their outstanding work in putting the institution back into operation, so swiftly after the collapse of the bridge.Expressing sympathy to the community members, who have been displaced as a result of the mishap, Mrs. Henry Wilson said the Ministry would be lobbying to have the bridge replaced as soon as possible, bearing in mind the budgetary limitations and constraints of government.Principal, Beatrice Brown noted that the school had settled in very well at its new location and thanked the members of the community for the support they provided in the process.Meanwhile, members of the community told JIS News that they were happy that the school has been able to continue operating albeit at a new location. They said they were particularly pleased that the Grade Six Achievement Test students were able to continue their preparations without major disruption. RelatedEducation Ministry Working to Equip Relocated Mahoe Hill All-Age RelatedEducation Ministry Working to Equip Relocated Mahoe Hill All-Age Advertisementscenter_img Education Ministry Working to Equip Relocated Mahoe Hill All-Age UncategorizedFebruary 19, 2007 RelatedEducation Ministry Working to Equip Relocated Mahoe Hill All-Agelast_img read more

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Senator Newby Encourages Youth to Register with NCYD and Become Organised

first_imgRelatedSenator Newby Encourages Youth to Register with NCYD and Become Organised FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Parliamentary Secretary with responsibility for Youth in the Ministry of Information, Culture, Youth and Sports, Senator Warren Newby, has urged the nation’s youth to become more involved in social activities.He made the appeal at a recent JIS Think Tank session, held to inform the nation of the activities planned in observance of National Youth Month, which is being observed throughout November.He urged the youth to register with the National Centre for Youth Development while assuring that the Ministry is taking a firm stance in regards to the issue of unattached youth. “We want to end this business of unattached youth, so we are saying – you, take the initiative. We expect that you are going to be the change agents, to look at where Jamaica is today, to look at where you want Jamaica to be and to know that the change starts with you – the man in the mirror,” he emphasized.Senator Newby urged the youth to “get involved… now is the time to put your clubs together. Whether it is for playing video games, .sports, environmental activism, church, entrepreneurship or academics, organize yourselves and register with the National Centre for Youth Development”.He also advised young people to consult the youth empowerment officers who are stationed island wide for assistance. “Anywhere that you are in Jamaica, we will come to give you the assistance that you need to properly formulate your clubs,” he informed.National Youth Month is being celebrated under the theme, ‘I Can, We Can and Youth Can Achieve Greatness’. This theme, the Parliamentary Secretary informed, encapsulates the energies of the youth “to say to them that it is in you that this greatness is, that you are seeking, and what is desired of you is to have that will to recognize that you have that potential and to develop the attitude that is necessary to grow you into greatness.”On Monday November 10, young people from across the island will get the opportunity to voice their concerns in relation to abortion, prostitution, youth mainstreaming, and casino gambling at the sitting of Youth Parliament. Senator Newby Encourages Youth to Register with NCYD and Become Organised UncategorizedNovember 10, 2008 RelatedSenator Newby Encourages Youth to Register with NCYD and Become Organisedcenter_img RelatedSenator Newby Encourages Youth to Register with NCYD and Become Organised Advertisementslast_img read more

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Food education strengthened with new grant

first_imgFood education strengthened with new grant The Food Education Platform, which provides various learning modules including taste lessons for 75% of Dutch primary schools, will continue to develop its food education programme to keep up with the times. This partnership between the industry, Wageningen University & Research (WUR) and the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality as part of the Top Sectors policy has been extended for four years.The Food Education Platform is a public-private partnership in which WUR works together with the industry, government, education and social organisations to provide unbiased education about food and nutrition for children. The programme focusses on eating, tasting, feeling, smelling and seeing food. Children learn where their food comes from and that healthy food can also be tasty food.As part of this programme, WUR provides taste lessons and taste missions in cooperation with, among others, the Dutch Nutrition Centre, Jong Leren Eten (teaching the youth about healthy food), the Gezonde School (healthy diets for school children) and various businesses. More than 100 regional partners also participate, including chefs, dieticians, farmers and partners in the green education sector.More focus on 21st century skillsThe platform is coordinated by the Taste Lessons & EU School Fruit team, part of Wageningen Economic Research. “The programme is already very comprehensive, but to create even more impact we want to make the lessons more up-to-date and user-friendly and introduce new working methods,” says team leader Fieke Franken. “We also want to focus more on ’21st century skills’, such being aware of fake news.”Food aware childrenWUR started providing food education in 2006 with a taste lessons pilot at a number of primary schools. In 2013 it joined a public-private partnership, the Food Education Platform. This is an implementation programme initiated by the Dutch industry and the government that aims to make children between the ages of four and twelve more food aware by providing them with objective knowledge. The taste lessons and taste missions programmes reach 75% of schools.The aim is that these future consumers learn to make informed, healthy and sustainable choices, while also fostering their interest in the AgriFood sector.Knowledge and good intentions on the increaseResearch has revealed that children know more about healthy and sustainable eating after following the taste lessons programme. They feel encouraged to taste unfamiliar products and are more inclined to eat healthier. Taste lessons is also part of the Nutrition certificate of the Healthy School approach, an initiative of the ministries of Health, Welfare and Sport, Economic Affairs and Education.Providing objective education together with the industryWUR develops all teaching materials using by the partnership. An independent Supervisory Board and Review Committee monitor the policy, independence and content of the Food Education Platform teaching materials. All members are committed to the code of conduct and thereby to the quality standards and the provision of objective, unambiguous and non-branded communication about the food education activities. The teaching material only discusses the food pyramid and avoids promoting any products or brands.Businesses support the partnership financially and also contribute good ideas, access to their networks, and non-branded materials for schools. “For example, various businesses helped us to mobilise cooks for the ‘Chef in the classroom’ project,” says Franken. “One of the businesses is now also supplying non-branded seeds for a vegetable gardening project.” /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Agriculture, children, code of conduct, communication, education, EU, fake news, Government, health, industry, nutrition, project, quality, research, sustainable, university, University of Wageningenlast_img read more

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Female in custody jumps out of moving patrol car

first_imgAfter jumping from the moving Clark County Sheriff’s Office patrol vehicle, unidentified female was transported to area hospital with serious injuriesAn unidentified female in custody sustained serious injuries Monday when she jumped from a moving patrol vehicle.At just past noon Monday (March 29), a deputy from the Clark County Sheriff’s Office was transporting a female in custody to jail in a marked patrol vehicle for assault IV domestic violence and interfering with a 9-1-1 call.  During the transport to the Clark County Jail, the female was able to undo her seatbelt and exit the rear passenger side window while the vehicle was traveling at freeway speeds. The female sustained serious injuries and was transported to an area hospital for treatment. Due to the seriousness of the injury and the deputy being on duty, the Southwest Regional Independent Investigation Team will conduct the investigation.  Washington State Patrol (WSP) is the lead investigative agency.The deputy involved was placed on critical incident leave.Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textTags:Clark CountyClark County JailClark County Sheriff’s OfficeClark County TodayClark County Washingtonfemale in custodyfemale jumpsLatestlaw enforcementlocal newspolice carSouthwest Regional Investigative Incident TeamVancouverVancouver WashingtonWashington State Patrolshare 0 Previous : Letter: ‘Are the Clark County residents really being served and protected, or are they just being told to move along and forget this ever happened?’ Next : WATCH: Clark County TODAY LIVE • Monday, March 29, 2021AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Female in custody jumps out of moving patrol carPosted by ClarkCountyToday.comDate: Monday, March 29, 2021in: Newsshare 0 last_img read more

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Vodafone UK takes 4G to prepaid

first_img Vodafone UK announced the extension of 4G services to pay-as-you-go customers, in line with the one-year anniversary for its LTE services in the country.The company’s statement came shortly after rival O2 UK trumpeted usage of its services, with both players having launched on the same day last year.Vodafone is offering prepaid 4G prices starting at £20, with its “Freedom Freebee” offering 500 minutes of UK calls, unlimited UK texts and 2GB of UK data.Customers opting for £30 and £40 packages get 4GB or 6GB of data, and these packages also come with content – either Spotify Premium or Sky Sports Mobile TV.Vodafone said its network is now available in “over 300 cities and towns as well as thousands of smaller communities across the UK”.This compares with the “over 240 towns and cities” O2 UK is claiming to cover, and the “263 major towns and cities and 2,500 villages and small towns” from EE – which had a significant headstart with its 4G rollout.EE and O2 also cited population coverage figures – 75 per cent and “over 45 per cent” respectively. Vodafone did not use this metric.Vodafone said that monthly customers on 4G plans, “on average”, use around three times more data than 3G customers. Of course, there is the fact that services are currently targeted at premium early adopters, who are more likely to be heavy data users anyway.Vodafone also said that Spotify users listen to more than 20 hours of music each month.And, following a number of reports of poor performance from Vodafone’s network, the company cited an independent analysis of Ookla Speedtest data, which it said “demonstrates Vodafone speeds are equivalent to EE’s across the board, and significantly faster in tests completed on a 4G site”.Vodafone did not provide any further details on 4G subscriber numbers, other than stating it is “well over a million” – up from the 0.9 million cited in the latest Vodafone Group results release. Las operadoras respaldan el papel de Qualcomm en la RAN abierta Home Vodafone UK takes 4G to prepaid Related Author Steve Costello Vodafone, Safaricom beat MTN to Ethiopia licence Steve works across all of Mobile World Live’s channels and played a lead role in the launch and ongoing success of our apps and devices services. He has been a journalist…More Read more Tags AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 01 SEP 2014 Operators back Qualcomm role in open RAN path 4GEEO2UKVodafone Previous ArticleIndonesia moves to attract handset makers to BatamNext Article4G accounts for 92% of Korea’s data traffic last_img read more

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