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Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has ordered casinos in the state to temporarily cease operations as part of a wider effort to slow the spread of novel coronavirus (Covid-19). Casino & games AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Regions: US Nevada Topics: Casino & games Legal & compliance Covid-19 forces Nevada casinos to shut down Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has ordered casinos in the state to temporarily cease operations as part of a wider effort to slow the spread of novel coronavirus (Covid-19).The order came into effect at midnight last night, with all casinos across the state required to shut down gaming devices, machines, tables, games and any other kit related to gaming activity by 11:59pm on March 17.The restrictions will remain in place for at least 30 days and will be enforced by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.In conjunction with the Office of the Governor and local and state health officials, the Board will continue to monitor the spread of coronavirus and issue further notices during the 30-day period.Read the full story on iGB North America. Email Address 18th March 2020 | By contenteditor
Fan Milk Limited (FML.gh) listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Food sector has released it’s 2012 annual report.For more information about Fan Milk Limited (FML.gh) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Fan Milk Limited (FML.gh) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Fan Milk Limited (FML.gh) 2012 annual report.Company ProfileFan Milk Limited manufactures and markets dairy products and fruit drinks in Ghana. The company produces a range of frozen strawberry yoghurts, chocolates, ice cream, snacks, ice lollies and citrus drinks under the following brand names; FanYogo, FanChoco, FanIce, FanDango and FanPop. Fan Milk Limited manages a network of independent distributors and agents. Formerly known as Ghana Milk Company Limited, the company changed its name to Fan Milk Limited in 1962. The company is a subsidiary of Fan Milk International A/S with headquarters in Acca, Ghana. Fan Milk Limited is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange
Les Moulins de la Concorde Ltee (LMLC.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Industrial holding sector has released it’s 2018 interim results for the third quarter.For more information about Les Moulins de la Concorde Ltee (LMLC.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Les Moulins de la Concorde Ltee (LMLC.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Les Moulins de la Concorde Ltee (LMLC.mu) 2018 interim results for the third quarter.Company ProfileLes Moulins de la Concorde Limitée (Ordinary) is headquartered in in Port-Louis, Mauritius. The company manufactures, distributes and sells wheat flour in Mauritius. Les Moulins de la Concorde Limitée exports product to Comoros, Seychelles, Reunion, Madagascar, and Mayotte as well through the company’s brand names Blédor and Les Moulins. The company also produces premix and multigrain premix flour for the manufacture of bread products under the DOMIX brand name, breads and bakery products under the OPTIMAL brand name and flour products for the manufacture of white bread under the Concorde brand name. In addition, the company provides flour for making pastries, donuts, puris, pastry flour for baking, and animal feed. Les Moulins de la Concorde Limitée (Ordinary) is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
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Organisation January 11, 2015 – Updated on January 25, 2016 “Charlie vivra” – a Charlie Hebdo support spot The NGO Presse et Pluralisme and Reporters Without Borders are launching a video spot in support of Charlie Hebdo and are asking all TV stations to broadcast it.With a soundtrack consisting of the Georges Brassens song “Quand les cons sont braves” sung by Maxime Leforestier, the video shows people of all kinds – young couples, families and elderly – demonstrating in the Place République in Paris. They are all brandishing signs with the same words – “I AM CHARLIE.”This 32-second spot asks people to make donations to Charlie Hebdo via a specially created website: https://charlie.rsf.org/b/mon-donProduction: BETC / Iconoclast (Jérôme de Gerlache)With thanks to iRaiser for developing the website in English. RSF_en Help by sharing this information Campaigns
Follow the news on Yemen to go further February 26, 2021 Find out more Receive email alerts Organisation YemenMiddle East – North Africa Help by sharing this information Yemeni journalist killed, nine wounded in Aden airport explosions Fixer for foreign reporters held in Aden for past five months YemenMiddle East – North Africa News ———-20.04.10 Yemeni media and journalists targeted by spate of prosecutionsReporters Without Borders strongly condemns a sharp decline in the press freedom situation since the start of the second half of 2009. “What is happening in Yemen now is very serious,” the organisation said. “The situation of the media is getting worse by the day, with one prosecution after another. The international community must intercede as a matter of urgency.” Al-Maqalih tried twice Mohamed Al-Maqalih, the editor of the opposition Socialist Party’s news website, Al-Eshteraki, and an outspoken critic of President Ali Abdullah Saleh’s government, has appeared before two different courts in Sanaa for trial on different charges in the past three days.Al-Maqalih was kidnapped by five masked gunmen while returning to his home in Sanaa on the night of 17 September (http://www.rsf.org/Still-no-word-of-opposition.html), a week after posting an article on the Al Eshteraki website condemning a Yemeni military airstrike on fleeing civilians in the northern Sa’ada region, where fierce fighting was taking place between government forces and Zaydi separatist rebels.The authorities denied any role in his abduction for nearly four months. After being held incommunicado for more than 100 days, he was taken before the prosecutor of a special criminal court in Sanaa on 3 February. He said at the hearing that he had been tortured and deprived of food for several days. He was admitted to a Sanaa hospital on 24 March for treatment before being finally released the following day “for humanitarian and health reasons” (http://en.rsf.org/yemen-two-journalists-freed-on-health-25-03-2010,36836.html). In the first trial, which began before a state security court on 17 April, Al-Maqalih is charged with supporting the Houthi clan of Zaydi rebels and with being in contact with the clan chief, Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi. Al-Maqalih asked the judge to rule on his abduction by members of the security service but the judge refused to register his complaint and said he could always complain to the International Criminal Court. The next day, Al-Maqalih went on trial before a special court for press offences (created last year) on a charge of insulting President Saleh in an opinion piece published in the newspaper Al-Thaouri in 2005 about Saleh’s promise not to run for reelection in 2006. The same court is also waiting to try the newspaper’s editor, Khaled Suleiman, who sought asylum in Britain three years ago. The court adjourned Al-Maqalih’s trial without a date being set for the next hearing. One trial after the other A court in Lahij (45 km north of Aden) meanwhile began on 18 April to hear the appeal of Anis Ahmed Mansur Hamida, an Aden-based reporter for the daily Al-Ayyam, against the 14-month jail sentence he received on charges of “attacking national unity” and “separatism” at the end of a politically-motivated trial on 15 July 2009 (http://en.rsf.org/yemen-al-ayyam-reporter-gets-14-month-16-07-2009,33849.html).Ahmad Al-Asdi, the editor of the newspaper Itijahat, and deputy editor Mahfouz Al-Ba’ithimi’ received suspended jail sentences on 18 April in a case brought by the information ministry over an article about the Saudi opposition in issue No. 49/50.The special court for press offences sentenced Khaled Abdel Hadi of the Al-Eshteraki news website on 17 April to pay a fine of 10,000 rials (36 euros) and damages of 20,000 rials (72 euros) for a report (http://www.aleshteraki.net/news_details.php?lng=arabic&sid=5317) on 9 February 2009 about a sit-in by residents in Lahij province who were demanding the resignation of judge Abdelmalek Al-‘Arshi.The weekly Al-Nida will go on trial on 2 May as a result of a December 2009 complaint by the information minister accusing the newspaper of publishing reports that were false and liable to incite violence. Editor Sami Ghaleb, three other journalists – Abdel Aziz Al-Majidi, Mayfa’ Abdel Rahman and Fouad Mas’ad – were interrogated about the Al-Herak movement and other articles which, in the minister’s view, posed a threat to national unity and democracy. Al-Nida journalist Shafi’ Al-Abd was arrested by National Security officials on 24 December in Aden on a charge of forming a political party hostile to “national security and unity” and was taken to Khor Maksar prison in Aden province, from where he was released on 27 January. Fouad Rashed, editor of the Al Mukallah Press website, who was arrested on 4 May 2009, will go on trial on 24 May. He was attacked and injured by fellow-inmates in Sanaa’s main prison on 8 April. Salah Al-Saqladi, the editor of the Adengulf website, and Ahmed Al-Rabizi, an activist, will go on trial with Rashed. Arrested at his Aden home on 18 June 2009 and interrogated by based intelligence officials in Aden, Al-Saqladi was transferred four days later to Sanaa’s top security prison, where he was forbidden to receive visits from human rights activists and representatives of the journalists’ union. He was finally transferred on 17 February to Sanaa’s main prison. Al-Rabizi was arrested in Aden on 12 May. Recent convictions On 16 January, a special court for press matters in Sanaa sentenced Anissah Mohammed Ali Othman to three months in jail and banned her from working as a journalist for a year for “insulting the president” in two articles for the weekly Al-Wassat (issues 155 and 156) in July 2007. The court also and fined her editor, Jamal Amer 10,000 rials (34 euros). Entitled “Intimidation of children on the president’s orders” and “Government targets powerless, like a blind mouse against its enemies,” the articles were written in solidarity with Abdulkarim Al-Khaiwani, a journalist who was then in prison.http://en.rsf.org/yemen-woman-journalist-sentenced-to-18-01-2010,36126.htmlA Sanaa court sentenced Moaz Al-Ashhabi on 16 January to a year in prison and a one-year ban on working as journalist on a charge of “falsifying the Koran” in an op-ed piece headlined “They corrected the Koran” (http://en.rsf.org/yemen-journalist-imprisoned-for-19-01-2010,36186.html). The article, which referred to an ongoing debate in Yemen about vocalization of the Koran (the addition of diacritic marks indicating vowels), appeared on 7 October 2009 in issue No. 503 of the weekly Al-Thaqafa (published by the foundation Al-Jumhurriya/The Republic). He is still being held in Sanaa’s main prison. Closures and confiscations The independent weekly Al-Watani has been subject to a publishing ban imposed by information minister Hassan Al-Lawzi since 3 April. The minister ordered printing companies to stop printing the weekly as a result of its coverage of festivals organised by Al-Herak (a south Yemen independence movement) and an article by Samia Al-Aghbari that was deemed to have libelled President Saleh. It was the ninth time the magazine has been banned since the start of the government’s offensive against the media on national security grounds in May 2009. Five of its journalists have been arrested for articles deemed to have undermined the government’s prestige and national pride.The authorities seized broadcast equipment from the Sanaa bureaux of the satellite TV stations Al-Arabiya and Al-Jazeera on 11 March on the grounds that their coverage of unrest in the south of the country was not objective. The confiscation was clearly motivated by a desire to get rid of potential witnesses (http://en.rsf.org/yemen-authorities-continue-to-harass-15-03-2010,36730.html).Since 4 May 2009, eight independent newspapers (seven weeklies and the daily Al-Ayyam) accused of promoting “separatism” have been subject to a printing ban imposed by the information minister on the grounds of defending “national unity.” Arbitrary arrests Hisham Bashraheel, Al-Ayyam’s founder and owner, was arrested on 6 January 2010 after a 24-hour siege of his newspaper’s Aden headquarters by the security forces. One of his sons, Hani Bashraheel, the newspaper’s editor, was arrested at the same time. Another son, Mohammed Hisham Bashraheel, was arrested the day before. Hisham Bashraheel was released on medical grounds on 24 March but his two sons are still held.Khalid Jahafi, a 38-year-old journalist who works for the opposition news website Al-Sahwa.net and the pan-Arab TV station Al-Jazeera, was arrested on 27 December 2009 while photographing clashes between police and south Yemen independence supporters, and was beaten on the orders of national security chief Alaa Mohammed Al-Azraqi. Two months before his arrest, the security forces staged an unsuccessful attempt to arrest him by overrunning the education department building in Al-Dhalli’ (200 km south of Sanaa), where he also works as a lecturer. After many weeks without any news of him, he was finally released on 1 February without being charged.Journalism student Iyyad Ghanem, who was arrested on 2 July 2009 for filming a meeting organised by supporters of the southern separatist rebels in the town of Korsh, was released in March 2010. Disturbing bill The parliament is currently considering a draft media law that was submitted in 2005 by the ruling General People’s Congress with the aim of replacing the current one, which dates back to 1990. In a statement for Al-Sahwa.net, Union of Yemeni Journalists spokesman Saeed Thabet said the bill was “authoritarian, worse than the law currently in force.” If adopted, the law would send the Yemeni media back to the situation prevailing in the 1970s and 1980s.On 18 February 2010, Reporters Without Borders submitted a request for a visa to carry out a fact-finding visit to Yemen. It still has not received a response. News United Nations: press freedom situation “deeply worrying” in Yemen, according to RSF RSF_en Reporters Without Borders welcomes today’s decision by the Yemeni authorities to suspend judicial proceedings against opposition journalist Mohamed Al-Maqalih. The decision came on the eve of celebrations marking the 20th anniversary of Yemen’s reunification. News February 11, 2021 Find out more May 21, 2010 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Judicial proceedings against Mohamed Al-Maqalih suspended January 6, 2021 Find out more News
Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick NewsCommunityLifestyleLimerickEntertainmentMusic‘Happy to be back’ as Opera Site demolition and enabling works resumeBy Sarah Carr – May 5, 2021 303 Advertisement Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick OperaLimerick PostLimerick Twenty ThirtyLimerick’s Opera Site Twitter REPRO FREE040521Contractors back on site at Opera works in Limerick City today in accordance with Government Covid Guidelines.Pic Arthur Ellis.IT was all systems go today at Limerick’s Opera Site as the 2021 demolition and enabling works programme on the city’s biggest ever commercial property development finally kicked off following delays due to COVID restrictions. Working closely with the Limerick Twenty Thirty team and project managers Cogent Associates, contractor John Sisk & Son Ltd. was back on the ground after a four-month hiatus enforced on all commercial property sites by the pandemic came to end.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up REPRO FREE040521Contractors L-R Robert Walsh, Sean O’Brien and Brian McAuliffe back on site at Opera works in Limerick City today in accordance with Government Covid Guidelines.Pic Arthur Ellis.The six-year project is not alone the biggest of its kind undertaken in Limerick but the largest commercial property programme outside the capital. The construction programme will see up to 500 people employed at peak output on the site, with numbers in the demolition and enabling works set to ramp up to 60 this year following the resumption of activity today.In addition to getting activity back on the rails, this will, CEO of Limerick Twenty Thirty David Conway stated, be a much-needed boost to the city centre this year.“We’re just delighted to see activity back. There was such enthusiasm and excitement when we announced commencement of works in November and activity halted when we went into Level 5 lockdown for the New Year was not the start we were hoping for.“It’s been a few difficult months, but everyone is chomping at the bit now and keen to make up for lost time so there’s a great sense of energy on site today as SISK roll back in. We had earmarked the completion of this element of the programme by year end, but we’ve just lost four months. That’s not simple to make up but we’ve a really good working relationship with our contractor and are working closely with them to see what we can achieve in that regard. The great thing is we are back and hopefully will have no more COVID interruptions,” he said.REPRO FREE040521Contractors back on site at Opera works in Limerick City today in accordance with Government Covid Guidelines.Pic Arthur Ellis.“The activity itself will have a very positive knock on for the city centre as having that many workers on a site translates into a lot of spend during the day so that is very welcome also.”Said Tim Kilmartin, Contracts Manager from John Sisk & Son: “Generally it’s been a very difficult time for the construction sector, so we are all delighted to be back at work today. Opera is a huge project, both in terms of scale and its economic impact on the city and region now and in the long term and it all starts with the demolition and enabling works.“The lads on site today are really keen to get going. This is what they do. No one wants to be sitting at home so they’re glad to be back and it’s a case of all systems go now as we look to make up for lost time.”The 1.62hectare site will, when fully developed, have the capacity for up to 3,000 employees across a 450,000 sq ft campus accommodation. The programme will take up to six years to complete at an estimated cost of €200m.Among the key elements of the project will be a 14-storey landmark office space building; a five-storey aparthotel with 13 separate apartments and retail on ground and basement levels; a 4-6-storey over-basement building with office space, retail and restaurant/café; a new state-of-the-art library plus significant public realm.The site is being developed by Limerick Twenty Thirty DAC (LTT), a special purpose vehicle established by Limerick City and County Council in 2016 to stimulate economic and social development by building out and promoting strategic disused sites in Limerick. LTT has already completed the award-winning and fully let Gardens International project on Henry Street, a 100,000 sq. ft development. Also included in its portfolio is Troy Studios, Castletroy, which is fully completed and let; the 10 acre Cleeves Riverside Project also in the city centre, which is currently at master-planning stage and the 60 acre Mungret Park residential site on the grounds of the former Mungret College where a 200 unit first phase will go to planning in Q1 2021.REPRO FREE040521Contractor Sean O’Brien back on site at Opera works in Limerick City today in accordance with Government Covid Guidelines.Pic Arthur Ellis.The Opera Site is funded thanks to finance from the European Investment Bank, the Council of Europe Development Bank, with specific funding also through the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage. The Opera Site will be developed to best practice sustainability standards under the LEED Gold and Nearly Zero Energy Building (NZEB) standards.The extensive site demolition and enabling works will involve the demolition of all 20th century buildings and later additions, the adaptive re-use of the Protected Structures and other structures of heritage value. Three major site developments will take place in addition to the extensive enabling and demolition works over the first three years of the programme, including the new city library; aparthotel, retail and apartments and the Revenue Building & Granary developments. 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Google+ News Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Facebook Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Donegal woman has RTC damages cut by 40% Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal A Donegal woman has had a €190,500 damages award over a road traffic collision reduced as a judge said she should have known the driver of the car she was travelling in was impaired by drink.Mr Justice Sean Ryan said 31 year-old Erin Gallagher, from Falcarragh, should have known it was highly probable the vehicle driver’s ability to drive was “seriously impaired” by the fact that he had drank seven bottles of beer.The judge also reduced the award to Ms Gallagher to €114,300, because she was not wearing a seat belt.The High Court action for damages arose out of significant head injuries Ms Gallagher suffered when the car she was a passenger in went out of control on a narrow side road and struck a telegraph pole. By News Highland – March 8, 2013 Twitter Google+ 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic WhatsApp 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Facebook Pinterest Previous articleArlene Arkinson’s family tells Highland Radio News of delight at inquest date being setNext articleTwo men jailed for separate Altnagelvin incidents News Highland WhatsApp Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest