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Lucky Neko by Yggdrasil

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Lucky Neko by Yggdrasil Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Yggdrasil’s new game Lucky Neko is themed around Daruma dolls – a Japanese symbol of good luck. The gameplay is soothing, yet exciting with the introduction of the Gigablox mechanic with massive blocks of symbols in 2×2 to 6×6 formation, giving the player the chance to win BIG. Launching June 24th.You can play a demo of this slot here! 8th June 2020 | By Aaron Noy Casino & games Topics: Casino & games Slots Companies: Yggdrasil Email Addresslast_img read more

Wales Air Ambulance wins bequest after legal query

first_img Wales Air Ambulance has received a five-figure bequest after imprecise wording in the will meant that it almost went to the wrong air ambulance group.Wales Air Ambulance called upon the services of JCP Solicitors after a lifelong supporter of the charity from North Wales left the bequest in her will. However, because the woman’s wishes were worded imprecisely, the charity faced losing the money to another group with a similar name in England.Following a five-month case, the other air ambulance charity agreed to sign a legal deed to ensure that the money went to Wales Air Ambulance.The case illustrates the importance of encouraging people to use a charity number and to be precise about their intentions when leaving a bequest to a charity in their will.Richard Howells, director at JCP and head of the lifetime planning disputes team (pictured right with Steve Jones from Wales Air Ambulance) said:“It isn’t uncommon for situations like this to arise, usually because people don’t include the all-important charity number in their will. This case underlines the importance of being as specific and accurate as possible in the wording of your Will. This is a complex area of law and errors and oversights can take some time to unravel.” Tagged with: Law / policy Melanie May | 3 February 2016 | News Wales Air Ambulance wins bequest after legal query  109 total views,  2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis6 Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis6  108 total views,  1 views today About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com.last_img read more

Flu hits 5 to 24-year-olds hard

first_imgFacebook Twitter ReddIt ReddIt Taylor Freetage is a junior writer for TCU360 and an active member of the TCU cheer team. When Taylor is not at home with her three cats you can find her at the gym or blogging at a local coffee shop. Linkedin Taylor Freetagehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/taylor-freetage/ Taylor Freetagehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/taylor-freetage/ Taylor Freetagehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/taylor-freetage/ TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Website| + posts printThe months of January and February are commonly known as “flu season,” and based on the the percentage of sick students on campus, these months have lived up to their name. According to statistics from the Tarrant County Health Department, this year’s flu has been particularly hard on five through 24-year-olds. “Although TCU does not report flu statistic specific to campus, the campus does participate in the Flu surveillance project with Tarrant County and the State of Texas,” said Kelle Tillman, associate director of the Brown Lupton Health Center.Flu season typically starts in October and peaks in February, a time when the semester starts to pick up and healthy habits become scarce. “Midterms are stressful for a lot of people and as a college student it’s hard to balance tests and projects with getting enough sleep and taking care of yourself,” said Junior writing major, Mason Ledonne. According to Tarrant County Public Health, the first week of February showed a spike in reported influenza-like illnesses from 3.59 percent to 5.02 percent, which is higher than the Tarrant county baseline of 3.89 percent.The following week (Feb. 4. through Feb. 11.) increased to 5.47  percent, especially for those between the ages of five and 24.According to the graph from the Tarrant County Division of Epidemiology and Health information, the Texas state line for influenza like illnesses is 7 percent, making the second week in February the closest it’s been to the state baseline this year.Tillman said that although there has been an increase in influenza like illnesses on campus, there is not a specific percentage of students who have reported missing class due to the sickness.While sickness has been spreading on campus, so has a rumor about a class cancellation policy if too many students get sick at one time. Tillman said the rumor around campus that classes will be cancelled for 48 hours if 20 percent of students get sick is not true, and that TCU does not have a policy regarding the issue. “If a significant number of the student population is sick, we would consult with the Tarrant County Health Department and follow their advice and directions regarding any communicable diseases,” said Tillman. Although there is no one reason that causes the flu, Tillman said students should be doing all they can to be preventative by getting vaccinated against the flu, getting plenty of rest, practicing good hand washing, and not drinking out of shared containers.The TCU Health Center offers free flu shots that are available to all students until June 1. Twitter TCU Theatre to perform ‘musical thriller’ Sweeney Todd Linkedin Photo by Taylor Freetage Taylor Freetagehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/taylor-freetage/ Facebook New study shows higher colorectal cancer rates in millennials Welcome TCU Class of 2025 TCU’s Spectrum organization holds first ever LGBTQIA rally Previous article“Get Out” is a hypnotically good horror filmNext articleTCU VGP (Ep. 19 – Xbox Game Pass, Horizon Impressions and more) Taylor Freetage RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Resistance training proven to benefit college students Taylor Freetage last_img read more

Man and woman detained in SW England charged with drugs offences in Derry

first_imgHomepage BannerNews 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Google+ Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Facebook Previous articleCouncillor claims up to 40% of people using new Pennyburn facility are from the SouthNext articleJoule Donegal International Rally Update One – Jennings hits trouble admin By admin – June 17, 2016 Twitter Pinterest A 33 year old man and a 34 year old woman are due before Derry Magistrates Court today charged with a number of drugs related offences.Both were arrested in the Devon & Cornwall area of England on Wednesday of this week and transported to Strand Road station in relation to alleged drugs supply offences in Northern Ireland. Pinterest Twittercenter_img 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic WhatsApp WhatsApp Facebook Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Man and woman detained in SW England charged with drugs offences in Derry Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

Plea In Supreme Court Seeking Development & Broadcast Of “COVID Yoga Protocols” [Read Petition]

first_imgTop StoriesPlea In Supreme Court Seeking Development & Broadcast Of “COVID Yoga Protocols” [Read Petition] Akshita Saxena7 July 2020 2:43 AMShare This – xA PIL has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking a direction upon the Union Ministry of AYUSH to develop standard Yoga protocol to enhance COVID resistance among people, in addition to customized Yoga Protocols to control most common diseases like diabetes, fever, infections and cardiovascular, respiratory and digestive diseases. The plea, filed by BJP leader Ashwini Kumar…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?LoginA PIL has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking a direction upon the Union Ministry of AYUSH to develop standard Yoga protocol to enhance COVID resistance among people, in addition to customized Yoga Protocols to control most common diseases like diabetes, fever, infections and cardiovascular, respiratory and digestive diseases. The plea, filed by BJP leader Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay also seeks a direction upon the Union Ministry of Information and Broadcasting to broadcast “COVID Yoga protocols” as well as other customized Yoga Protocols, to spread awareness among the general public. Highlighting various physical, mental and spiritual benefits of performing regular Yoga, the Petitioner through Advocate Ashwani Dubey has contended, “Article 21 read with Articles 39, 41, 46, 47 and 51A casts duty on the State to improve health of citizens and provide information instruction training supervision in this regard. State must provide health facilities to all citizens, especially children and ensure creation and sustaining of conditions congenial to good health.” In this backdrop it is asserted that the Government should frame a ‘National Yoga Policy’, to promote and propagate Yoga Science in order to make people fully aware about health-hazards, health-hygiene and health safety. The Petitioner has also lay stress upon the creation of conditions that are congenial to good health among children. Towards this end, he has sought a direction upon the Central Ministry of Human Resource Development to develop standard textbooks on ‘Environment, Health and Yoga Science’ for students of I-VIII standard and make its study compulsory throughout the Country. “MHRD vide notification dated 31.05.2010 had notified that National Curriculum Framework 2005 shall be the national curriculum under Section 7(6) of the RTE 2009. NCF 2005 specifically says that Yoga is a core and compulsory subject of the elementary education thus it needs to be given equal status with other subjects and must be taught as a compulsory subject. It is necessary to state that NCERT develops syllabi of all the subjects for primary and junior classes so it should develop standard textbooks on ‘Environment, Health and Yoga Science’ for students of Class I-VIII,” the plea states. Exploring the feasibility of this relief, the Petitioner has submitted that dedicated Yoga teachers are not necessarily required to teach Yoga in primary classes. It can be done through ‘Projectors or Smart Boards’ and even by existing teachers by imparting them Yoga training. Click Here To Download Petition Read Petition Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

61-year-old Asian man in critical condition after brutal assault caught on video

first_imgNew York Police Department(NEW YORK) — A 61-year-old Asian man was left in critical condition after he was brutally thrown to the ground and kicked in the head in New York City in a harrowing attack captured on surveillance video.The incident unfolded Friday night at 8:20 p.m. on the corner of Third Avenue and E.125th Street in Manhattan.The victim was approached from behind by an unknown individual who “struck the victim in the back causing him to fall on the ground,” the New York Police Department said in a statement.The individual then “kicked the victim multiple times in the head” and fled on foot, police said.The attack was caught on surveillance video footage and shows a man repeatedly kicking the victim on the ground.Paramedics responded and the victim was transported to NYC Health & Hospitals/ Harlem, where he is listed in critical but stable condition.The NYPD’s Hate Crime Task Force is investigating the incident.Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the man behind the attack and shared photos of him from the surveillance footage.Police described the individual as an adult male with a dark complexion, last seen wearing a black jacket, black pants, white sneakers and a multi-colored baseball cap.Anyone with information in regard to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime Stoppers website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM, or on Twitter @NYPDTips.Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Scoreboard roundup — 11/3/19

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Sunday’s sports events:NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONIndiana 108, Chicago 95Miami 129, Houston 100Sacramento 113, New York 92L.A. Lakers 103, San Antonio 96Dallas 131, Cleveland 111L.A. Clippers 105, Utah 94NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUEWashington 4, Calgary 2Chicago 3, Anaheim 2 — OTNATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUEHouston 26, Jacksonville 3Philadelphia 22, Chicago 14Kansas City 26, Minnesota 23Buffalo 24, Washington 9Pittsburgh 26, Indianapolis 24Miami 26, NY Jets 18Carolina 30, Tennessee 20Seattle 40, Tampa Bay 34 — OTOakland 31, Detroit 24Denver 24, Cleveland 19L.A. Chargers 26, Green Bay 11Baltimore 37, New England 20Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. November 4, 2019 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 11/3/19 Written bycenter_img Beau Lundlast_img read more

Press release: Video shows A47 King’s Lynn bridge repair

first_imgA47 Saddlebow bridge repairs at King’s LynnThe £3.1 million work on the bridges began last October, and was completed in May. Work was slightly delayed by the recent cold snap and the unexpected discovery of a crack on one of the bridge decks which requires further repair work, as well as Highways England’s commitment to keep the A47 open over the Easter weekend.The works mainly involved jacking the bridge, hydro demolition of the bridge deck, removal of the steel edge beam, replacing the damaged beams on each bridge, and concreting the deck.Both the bridges carrying the A148 over the A47 at the Saddlebow interchange have been closed throughout the project. During the closures, drivers were diverted via the nearby A47 Pullover roundabout (when heading westbound) and A47 Hardwick interchange (eastbound). There were also several overnight and weekend closures beneath the interchange, whereby drivers were diverted to exit at Saddlebow and go ‘up and over’ the closure.While the closures were in place, Highways England also completed resurfacing of the four slip roads and the junction roundabout itself.This wider £18 million package of work has included resurfacing, bridge strengthening, replacing street lights, repairing drainage along with safety improvements and renewing signs and road markings at key locations along the road.Now completed, the width restrictions previously in place on the A148 over the bridge have been removed, while drivers will also see improvements to the road signs and markings approaching the roundabout and a smoother surface across it.General enquiriesMembers of the public should contact the Highways England customer contact centre on 0300 123 5000.Media enquiriesJournalists should contact the Highways England press office on 0844 693 1448 and use the menu to speak to the most appropriate press officer. We’re very grateful for drivers for their patience while we completed this vital work. This footage shows the amount and the scale of the work we’ve been doing, and will help drivers to realise how busy we’ve been and why the roads over the bridges needed to be closed while we were repairing them. Safety is at the heart of everything we do at Highways England, and this work we have been doing on Saddlebow Bridge and elsewhere on the A47 will improve both safety and journey quality for drivers. The footage shows two 28-metre-long beams – each weighing ten tonnes – being lifted into place on the bridges, at the Saddlebow interchange in Kings Lynn.The work to repair the bridges after they were damaged when they were struck by an over-height vehicle, started last October. The bridges at the Saddlebow interchange to the south of the town are being repaired as part of a wider £18 million package of work to maintain the A47 in Norfolk, which consists of around 70 different schemes.Highways England project manager Ajith Nair said:last_img read more

Aryzta Q1 sales fall 20% as foodservice struggles

first_imgSource: AryztaFrozen bakery specialist Aryzta has commenced its journey ‘back to improved performance’, as it notes a revenue decline of 20.3% for Q1 2021.These losses, it said in a first quarter revenue update, were in line with expectations and take group revenue to €672.6m.Aryzta saw gradual improvements over the period compared to Q4 2020 however gains in quick service restaurants (QSR) and retail channels were offset by Covid-19 losses in foodservice.“The Q1 results were broadly in line despite the significant COVID-19 related disruptions and associated higher costs and suboptimal capacity utilization rates,” said Aryzta chair Urs Jordi, who was recently appointed interim CEO after Kevin Toland exited the business.“The next phase of Aryzta’s journey back to improved performance, reduced complexity and the empowerment of local teams has commenced. Our new business model changes to a simpler country focus model with deeper customer relationships. This will lead to organic growth, lower costs and improved margins, and all of this guided by the significantly enhanced bakery, financial and turnaround experience at governance and operational level.”Looking at Aryzta Europe specifically, organic revenue declined by 15.7%. Most countries have recently seen an increase of Covid-19 cases and additional lockdowns or restrictions, which has ‘significantly’ impacted the foodservice channel.Large retail, meanwhile, remained ‘relatively robust’ even though revenue was impacted by social distancing regulations and ongoing changes in customer behaviour to packaged goods. QSR also performed comparatively well despite restrictions on indoor dining.In October, the business announced it was taking decisive action to maximise cash and reduce costs as it moved to a simplified business model. It’s also appointed chief restructuring and transformation officers as well as Houlihan Lokey and Alantra as financial advisors for asset disposals.As of 31 October, Aryzta maintained liquidity of circa €445m, with €320m cash and €125m of undrawn RCF facility versus liquidity of €424m at 2020 year-end. Aryzta has only limited debt maturities for the upcoming 12 months (€9m due March 2021 and €40m due September 2021).last_img read more

Senate approves new members

first_imgStudent Senate passed a resolution Wednesday proposing the continuance of the Campus Bike Shop and approved three students for student government positions during the 2012-2013 term. Student body president Pat McCormick also delivered his third and final State of the Student Union address, as required by the undergraduate student body constitution. The resolution asked the University to “take definitive actions to provide or make space for a Campus Bike Shop” before the start of the fall 2012 semester. It requested the shop be a free service and “serve students sustainably by using salvaged parts and the labor of student mechanics.” Senate approved sophomore Elizabeth Garvin and freshman Anh Ta for assistant student union treasurers. The group also approved sophomore James Slaven for director of publicity of the Student Union Board. Senate approved junior and current student body secretary Katie Baker for chief of staff. The group selected two recipients of the Irish Clover Award from eight nominations. The award is given to students, faculty, staff or administrators who have demonstrated exemplary service to student government. Senate also chose one recipient of the Frank O’Malley Teaching Award from five nominations of four faculty members. The honor is intended for a professor who has had an outstanding impact on undergraduate education at the University. Student body vice president and president-elect Brett Rocheleau said the recipients of these awards will be announced Tuesday at the Student Leadership Banquet. In his State of the Student Union address, McCormick said his administration united the various branches of student government to increase cohesion. “Our Student Senate now brings every stakeholder within the Student Union together in one meeting to expand inclusion as fully as possible in the advocacy of student government,” he said. The administration enhanced constituent services and improved student safety, McCormick said. “This year, we held regular meetings with local law enforcement representatives, held a Safety Summit on campus and a variety of other events aimed at educating students about how to stay safe and serve as good neighbors in the South Bend community,” he said. “We are especially grateful to both Notre Dame students and local police for a dramatically improved relationship between the student body and law enforcement.” McCormick said the recently enacted Indiana Lifeline Law will make medical amnesty state law July 1. “This is a law for which students across Indiana have long advocated, and we are grateful to state legislators for their recognition that in emergency situations, student safety has to be the first priority,” he said. Student government also advanced an agenda “for students in charting a course for the Notre Dame project,” McCormick said. He said parts of this effort have included a sustainability initiative, the Playing for Peace tournament and food security in South Bend. “We have been united by our hope that something new was possible this year, something that has never happened before,” McCormick said. “It was the hope that students might write a new chapter in Notre Dame’s history.” read more