first_imgCompagnie Des Villages De Vacances De L’Isle De France Limitee (COVIFRA) (COVI.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Financial sector has released it’s 2013 interim results for the half year.For more information about Compagnie Des Villages De Vacances De L’Isle De France Limitee (COVIFRA) (COVI.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Compagnie Des Villages De Vacances De L’Isle De France Limitee (COVIFRA) (COVI.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Compagnie Des Villages De Vacances De L’Isle De France Limitee (COVIFRA) (COVI.mu)  2013 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileCompagnie Des Villages De Vacances De L’Isle De France Limitee rents out investment properties, plant and equipment to Holiday Villages Management Services Mauritius Limited, which operates the Club Med Hotel at La Pointe au Cannoniers in Mauritius. The company is a subsidiary of MCB Group Limited. Compagnie Des Villages De Vacances De L’Isle De France Limitee is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.last_img read more


first_imgSome team’s lineouts go off like clockwork, with star forwards fitting into the right space at the right time, withe the calls perfectly understood. You see Ireland doing this brilliantly, with Paul O’Connell‘s troops knowing precisely where they must go.However, if you get there as part of this wonderful ballet, but cannot lift well, all the hard work and planning will be for nothing. You cannot ignore the importance of nailing your lineout lift. It must be dynamic, quick, stable and able to boost a jumper high. So we thought we’d help you with this, giving you three exercises to do in the gym that will help you achieve your lifting goals come set-piece time. Follow these exercises and you should see your boosting improve. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS The lads are Performance Pro gym in London take some time out to show you how to work on your goblet squat, thrusters and wallball throws. Have a gander and try it yourself. Hopefully these exercises can help you realise your potential in your lineouts.And if you want to share your gym experiences with us, get in touch via Twitter – @Rugbyworldmag – or on Facebook – Rugby World Magazine. Good luck!last_img read more


first_imgTuesday Dec 15, 2009 Sale beat Harlequins in great match at the Stoop In what was without a doubt one of the most entertaining games of the weekend, Sale went to the Twickenham Stoop and picked up a bonus-point win as they beat Harlequins 29-19 in a thrilling Heineken Cup encounter.Harlequins are now bottom of Pool Five after three defeats and will need a miracle to reach the quarter-finals after they were outscored by four tries to three.The match was played at a high tempo as both sides showed attack intent from the start. It was Sale though who made the first breakthrough with an excellent try in the seventh minute for Dwayne Peel.Sale then doubled their lead through Nick Macleod, and with both tries having been converted by Charlie Hodgson, they were off to a 14-0 lead.Harlequins flyhalf, New Zealander Nick Evans, then showed his class as he attacked the line then chipped the defense before regathering to beat the covering Macleod for a great try.From the kick-off, a loss in concentration led Nick Easter to drop the ball under pressure which allowed David Seymour to pounce on the loose ball and dart away for a try to silence to crowd.Quins then got back into the game with a lovely try, finished David Strettle, but made by great hands from Chris Robshaw and Chris Brooker in the tightest of spaces.Four minutes into the second half Easter scored by battering his way over the Sale line for a try that Evans duly converted. Sale then scored another cracking try after some quality passing. This time it was former England winger Ben Cohen who dived over in the corner, scoring his 33rd European try in both competitions.This match was a breath of fresh air and a great example of how rugby should, and can, be played if both teams have the right attitude going in to it.Will Greenwood also managed to come up with a rather amusing piece of commentary as he described Charlie Hodgsons run in that last try.“Hips swivelling.. Which way am I going..? Im dancing. Im a little matador!”Bill Mclaren eat your heart out. Time: 05:04ADVERTISEMENT 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 RevealedDoctors Stunned: This Removes Wrinkles Like Crazy! 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Watch: Reforging the Steelers | Episode 2 | RugbyPass Original Documentary In Episode 2 of Reforging the Steelers, we follow the team through rounds two to four as they try to get their season on track after an opening loss to competition powerhouses Tasman. Shock result: Crusaders left to rue costly errors with win over Rebels not enough for final guarantee In a shock result, the Crusaders have failed to record the requisite winning margin needed over the Rebels to book themselves a spot in the Super Rugby Trans-Tasman final and are now reliant on the Blues dropping the ball against the Force. ‘I deliberately haven’t mentioned it too much this week’: Tim Sampson keeping mum ahead of Blues battle The Western Force aim to play the role of party poopers on Saturday when they take on the ladder-leading Blues at a venue that shall not be named. 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The leading article argued that the fund is “now little more than a litigating business exploiting the “Diana” brand name,” and that it “should announce that it is winding itself up and distributing its much-needed capital straight to those charities which the Princess was actively involved.”While the long-term future of the fund is a legitimate matter of debate, it is unfortunate that the Times should criticise the fund for pursuing the legal fight. While the Times leader acknowledges that “raising money for charity is a commendable activity,” the newspaper’s approach fails to take into account that protecting one’s brand and other intellectual property is, for many high-profile charities, a fundamental aspect of protecting their income-generation activities. The Memorial Fund and its trustees are therefore acting correctly, however easy it is to point out the large sums being spent (once again) on lawyers. Howard Lake | 25 May 1999 | News The Times today called for the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund to be wound up. Its front page carried an illustrated article claiming that “the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund is spending £30,000 a month fighting an American legal battle over the late Princess’s image – the same sum it is receiving in public donations every month.”The Times today called for the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund to be wound up. Its front page carried an illustrated article claiming that “the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund is spending £30,000 a month fighting an American legal battle over the late Princess’s image – the same sum it is receiving in public donations every month.”The article by Michael Harvey highlighted the fund’s legal battle with Franklin Mint, a US company which “is believed to have earnt [sic] more than £20 million from a range of plates, dolls and rings bearing the Princess’s image.” The fund is suing for alleged infringement of its intellectual property rights. Advertisement  21 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Thanks for the memorial AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis read more


first_img Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Pinterest 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Twitter Facebook The Cup and Saucer junction outside Ramelton has bee closed following a collision this morning.Gardai say the diversions are in place while the road is being cleared, and it should open again by half ten.No serious injuries have been reported. By admin – September 22, 2015 Previous articleDerry GAA secure new three year sponsorship deal.Next articleLink2Plans report improved sentiment in Donegal construction sector admin Homepage BannerNews Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North WhatsAppcenter_img Google+ “Cup and Saucer” closed after crash WhatsApp Pinterest Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Google+ Twitter Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more


first_imgABC News(NEW YORK) — Jamie Edens and Ryan Ward arrived in New York City last week after a whirlwind road trip from their home in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The two intensive care-unit nurses were on their way to help fight the novel coronavirus.New York state has been hit the hardest by the virus, with more cases than any other state and more deaths than the 9/11 terror attacks. With so much need, particularly in New York City, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has temporarily suspended licensing requirements as part of a plea for doctors and nurses from out of state to come and help.Medical professionals like Edens and Ward have heeded his call, responding to an online post from a staffing agency seeking crisis-traveling nurses.“I feel like it’s our responsibility to step up and do what we’ve been trained to do, and what we’ve known and felt like was our calling to do,” Edens said.The couple are part of a growing wave of hundreds of nurses who will be expected to work 12-hour shifts for 21 days straight. They were hired by a staffing agency, one of many that incentivize the kind of work they’re doing by paying so-called “crisis rates,” which range from about $4,000 to over $10,000 a week — higher than normal rates.Ward said that while the financial incentive is “obviously a big part of what got us here,” the trip to New York City had also sparked a “spiritual shift” for them.“This isn’t going to end in New York,” Edens added. “This is going to be in our backyard at home, and I would hope that some nurses would take a step away from their families for a second and come help us.”The couple were assigned to work overnight shifts in the ICU, albeit at different hospitals in New York City — Ward at one in Manhattan and Edens at one in Brooklyn. In video diaries, in which they spoke about the scenes inside the hospitals over their first few days, Ward and Edens both described the staff as overworked.“It is bad,” Ward said. “They are absolutely overloaded. Patients are incredibly sick. Everyone’s [on a ventilator]. Everybody’s COVID. It’s all the things you would absolutely expect. The nurses, they’re overworked. They’re having a hard time and they’ve been doing this for weeks.”Luke Adams, a critical care nurse from Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, committed to a 13-week assignment in a Staten Island hospital. He’s living in a hotel now, but to save money he said that when he first arrived he was sleeping on a baby mattress in the back of his rental car.“You can’t build a nurse, you can’t build a doctor so you have to get them here,” Adams said.The workload has increased dramatically compared to what Adams is used to, he said, noting that normally there would usually be two patients for every one nurse. Now, he has 16 patients to care for.“Having 16 of those critically-ill patients on ventilators and being responsible for all the medications that they’re on … it’s not just me,” he added. “There are other nurses that are there.”He called those nurses whose home base is in New York City, “heroes.”“To the people I work with. To the people in the city. You guys are the real heroes to me because you didn’t have a choice,” he said. “And you just keep showing up, doing your job, and I know it’s hard. I could feel that on the first day.”There are moments where all the hard work pays off, though. Adams said that some of the people who’ve been on ventilators for two weeks or more — an “eternity,” he said — are now coming off.“The success stories are starting to happen. I cannot begin to describe how much that makes a difference, because for two straight weeks, it felt like we were losing,” he said.Adams said he wants his 10-month-old daughter and 8-year-old son to know of that responsibility and why their father answered the call.“Every emergency calls on a different service,” he said. “The skills that I’ve honed over the last 11 years were suddenly in need. … If you have the ability, you have the responsibility and that’s what I want my kids to know.”To his son, Adams said he wanted him to know that “this will pass, and I will be home, so there’s no need to worry.”“I know this was difficult,” he continued. “But the three months that are gone would have paled in comparison to how I would have felt if I didn’t come and help.”With nearly 150,000 cases of COVID-19 in the state — over three times that of New Jersey, which has the second most cases — many health care workers within New York are also stepping out of their specialties to help with the crisis.Dr. William Levine, head of orthopedic surgery at New York-Presbyterian Hospital and one of the top orthopedic surgeons in the city, previously operated on shoulders and elbows. Now, he and one of his residents, Dr. Lynn Ann Forrester, are working 12-hour shifts in the emergency room, treating COVID-19 patients.“I was doing stuff that I haven’t done in 25 years,” Levine said. “We have all these ICU beds that never existed and all these patients that are filling those beds who are ventilated, they’re sick and they need care that our emergency room teams and our regular ICU teams cannot cover by themselves — just can’t do it.”Levine said the situation has caused him to break down in tears more “in the last couple of weeks than in the last couple of years,” but then “the weight of this whole experience catches up with you.”Levine won’t stop working on COVID-19 patients until they get word that the number of cases has already plateaued and begun dropping, he said. With 2,400 coronavirus patients in the New York-Presbyterian system and about 650 of them on ventilators, he said they’ve “still got a lot of work to do and a lot of help to get us past this point.”New York-Presbyterian’s President and CEO Dr. Steven Corwin said that 2,000 doctors, 1,000 nurses and 500 general employees within his hospital system have volunteered to be redeployed to the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.“The level of commitment has just been extraordinary,” Corwin said. “The outpouring of selflessness is really extraordinary, and it’s a real spirit, it’s the American spirit, it’s the New York spirit, it’s a can-do attitude.”Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more


first_imgAt a glance guide to flexible workingOn 1 Apr 2003 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Heather Falconer outlines what you need to do to comply with the new legalduty to consider requests for flexible workingWhat are your duties on flexible working under the Employment Act 2002? From 6 April 2003, employees with children under the age of six or disabledchildren under 18, and at least six months’ service, will have the right torequest the hours, times and places they work to enable them to better fulfiltheir responsibilities towards their children. The law does not put the employer under an absolute duty to agree to therequest, but says they must consider the request seriously, hold a meeting withthe employee if you intend to refuse, and put the reasons for refusal inwriting. Even then, the employee can take the matter further – ultimately totribunal, if they so wish. The detailed steps the employer must follow are set out in the FlexibleWorking (Procedural Requirements) Regulations 2002 (www.dti.gov.uk/er/flexdraftregs.pdf).On what grounds, and how, can we refuse if it doesn’t fit in with thebusiness? If you refuse the application, you must state which of the grounds forrefusal specified in section 80G (1) (b) of the Employment Rights Act 1996apply. Permitted grounds are currently: 1 The burden of additional costs 2 A detrimental effect on the ability to meet customer demand 3 An inability to reorganise work among existing staff 4 An inability to recruit additional staff 5 A detrimental impact on quality 6 A detrimental impact on performance 7 Insufficient work during the periods the employee proposes to work 8 Planned structural changes You are then required to give “sufficient explanation” of thegrounds for refusal in the particular case. The Government does not give muchguidance as to what sufficient means, though it suggests a “couple ofparagraphs” will usually be sufficient. But common sense dictates that the more thorough the explanation, the morechance the employee will not appeal against the decision or wish to take itfurther. Bear in mind that in the event of a appeal, the tribunal will be empoweredto make a judgement about the sufficiency of the explanation given. Is it possible to extend the time periods specified in the regulations? Only if the employee agrees to this. If they do, you must record thisagreement specifying which period is being extended and the date of the newtime limit. This should be dated and a copy sent to the employee. Might we have to justify our refusal of a flexible working request to atribunal? Under the new law, tribunals will not have the power to question the employer’sreasons for declining a request, as long as it has followed the correctprocedure and given sufficient explanation of the business reasons. However,there is a strong likelihood that staff wishing to challenge their employer’srefusal in court will bring not only a claim under the Employment Rights Act1996, but also a claim under the Sex Discrimination Act 1976. Women, who are more likely to take advantage of the new right than men, willbe tempted to bring a claim of indirect sex discrimination. In this case, theemployer would have to satisfy the tribunal that its refusal to allow therequest was justifiable, irrespective of the employee’s sex. This test is decided by objective standards and will allow the tribunal tochallenge not just the employer’s procedure, but also the reasons for refusal. Even more worryingly, the employer defence for indirect discrimination willchange in 2003. Employers will have to show not only that their refusal toallow flexible working was objectively justified, but also that it was aproportionate means of achieving a legitimate aim. This will leave much more scope for tribunals to question the reasonablenessor otherwise of the employer’s refusal. They will be able, for example, toconsider alternative ways in which the employer could fulfil its staffingneeds, rather than requiring a particular employee to work full-time from theoffice. So while following the procedures correctly will help the employer defendsex discrimination claims, it certainly will not be enough in all cases. Itwould be wise to make sure you have considered all the options and alternativesbefore turning down a request. Ask yourself if requiring the person to workfull-time in the office is reasonable in all the circumstances. Could men use the law to push us into offering them flexible working? Certainly, it would be impossible for a man to claim indirect discriminationas this would depend on arguing that men as a group lose out by having to workfull-time standard patterns – given current social and economic trends, such anargument would not get very far. However, there have been cases where men have succeeded in claiming directdiscrimination under the Sex Discrimination Act. This involves demonstratingthat they have been treated less favourably than a comparable female workerwould have been in the circumstances. Action points…Ensure your business is equipped to deal consistently andfairly with requests for flexible workingDevelop a response to the new law as part of a wider policy onflexible working and ensure it is communicated effectively to staff, and thatmanagers are comprehensively trained Review your practices, policies and procedures for anythingthat might be deemed to be indirectly discriminatory under the new, widerdefinitionConsider whether these practices are a proportionate way ofachieving a legitimate aimThe complete guide to flexible workingThis article is adapted from the new one stop guide to flexible working,published by Personnel Today Management ResourcesThe guide is designed to– Save you hours of research time by pulling together all you need to knowin one place– Offer a step-by-step guide to developing employee-centred flexible workingarrangements that benefit employer and employee alikeOrder your copy on 01371 810433 and turn to px for more informationPrice at only £95 & p+p available nowlast_img read more


first_imgThe continental rise west of the Antarctic Peninsula includes a number of large sediment mounds interpreted as contourite drifts. Cores from six sediment drifts spanning some 650 km of the margin and 4° of latitude have been dated using chemical and isotopic tracers of palaeoproductivity and diatom biostratigraphy. Interglacial sedimentation rates range from 1.1 to 4.3 cm/ka. Glacial sedimentation rates range from 1.8 to 13.5 cm/ka, and decrease from proximal to distal sites on each drift. Late Quaternary sedimentation was cyclic, with brown, biogenic, burrowed mud containing ice-rafted debris (IRD) in interglacials and grey, barren, laminated mud in glacials. Foraminiferal intervals occur in interglacial stages 5 and 7 but not in the Holocene. Processes of terrigenous sediment supply during glacial stages differed; meltwater plumes were more important in stages 2–4, turbidity currents and ice-rafting in stage 6. The terrigenous component shows compositional changes along the margin, more marked in glacials. The major oxides Al2O3 and K2O are higher in the southwest, and CaO and TiO2 higher in the northeast. There is more smectite among the clay minerals in the northeast. Magnetic susceptibility varies along and between drifts. These changes reflect source variations along the margin. Interglacial sediments show less clear trends, and their IRD was derived from a wider area. Downslope processes were dominant in glacials, but alongslope processes may have attained equal importance in interglacials. The area contrasts with the East Antarctic continental slope in the SE Weddell Sea, where ice-rafting is the dominant process and where interglacial sedimentation rates are much higher than glacial. The differences in glacial setting and margin physiography can account for these contrasts.last_img read more


first_img Brad James November 17, 2018 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 11/17 Tags: Paige Harris/Tabiona Tigers/Valley Buffaloes Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail1-A Girls Basketball Season PreviewRICHFIELD, Utah-Vanessa Delgado posted 8 points and 3 rebounds as the Piute Thunderbirds pounded Green River 40-13 during the 1-A girls basketball season preview Saturday at the Sevier Valley Center. Talynn Lovato netted 6 points and 10 rebounds in the loss for the Pirates.RICHFIELD, Utah-Kinsey Williams and Jaycee Rose had 11 points apiece and the Milford Tigers doubled up Monticello 40-20 at the Sevier Valley Center Saturday during the 1-A girls basketball season preview. Brooklyn Holt’s 5 points led the Buckaroos in defeat.RICHFIELD, Utah-Kapri Orton posted 16 points on 8-14 shooting as the Panguitch Bobcats routed Monument Valley 63-47 Saturday in the 1-A girls basketball season preview at the Sevier Valley Center. Ervianne Cly’s 16 points led the Cougars in the loss.RICHFIELD, Utah-McKina Stacey posted 22 points and 6 rebounds as the Rich Rebels routed Wayne 48-28 Saturday in the 1-A girls basketball season preview at the Sevier Valley Center. Brynnli Nelson and Hannah Morrill had 7 points apiece in the loss for the Badgers.RICHFIELD, Utah-Karleen Roundy posted 13 points and the Bryce Valley Mustangs withstood a furious Wendover rally to hold on for a 39-36 win over the Wildcats at the Sevier Valley Center in the 1-A girls basketball season preview Saturday. Angelica Badillo stepped up with 12 points on 3-6 shooting off the bench in defeat for Wendover.RICHFIELD, Utah-Paige Harris netted 20 points and 7 rebounds on 8-16 shooting as the Valley Buffaloes bested Tabiona 53-41 Saturday at the Sevier Valley Center in the 1-A girls basketball season preview. Esther Cox added 15 points and 6 rebounds on 6-9 shooting in the win for the Buffaloes. Aspen Stewart’s 19 points and 6 rebounds led the Tigers in defeat.last_img read more


first_imgSenior left-handed pitcher Joshua Tedeschi (5-5 and a team-best 47 strikeouts) is the star of the Utes’ staff. The Cougars are led by sophomore infielder Jackson Cluff (.346 batting average, 56 RBI) and senior outfielder Brock Hale (.344 batting average, 10 home runs). May 14, 2019 /Sports News – Local BYU Baseball Faces Utah This Evening Tags: Bo Burrup/Brock Hale/BYU Baseball/Deseret Duel/Easton Walker/Erick Migueles/Jackson Cluff/Jaden Sterner/Joshua Tedeschi/Oliver Dunn/Smith’s Ballpark He has made seven appearance this season for BYU, amassing eight strikeouts. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY-Tuesday evening, BYU baseball (33-14, 17-7 in West Coast Conference play) visits Utah (12-31, 4-23 in Pac-12 play) as the Deseret Duel reconvenes at Smith’s Ballpark in a non-conference game. Brad James Written by The Cougars lead the all-time series 244-117-2. The Utes are led by junior infielder Oliver Dunn (a team-best .360 batting average) and senior outfielder Erick Migueles who leads the squad in home runs (7) and RBI (39). While the Utes have had an extremely disappointing season, one of their 12 wins thus far came against the Cougars 8-6 at Salt Lake City April 2. The Cougars will start senior left-handed pitcher Bo Burrup for the first time on the season. Sophomore right-handed pitcher Easton Walker (6-1) and fellow sophomore right-hander Jaden Sterner (8-3 and a team-best 64 strikeouts) lead the Cougars.last_img read more