TAGSDouglas Leadership InstituteGlo Smith Previous articleMayor’s Job Fair on WednesdayNext article3 Charged with Car Wash Burglaries Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Leaders of the Apopka Ministerial Alliance were introduced to The Douglass Leadership Institute’s “Turning The Tide” Initiative yesterday.The Douglass Leadership Institute (DLI), is a national education and public policy organization with representatives and groups in eight battleground states across the United States. DLI’s philosophy is based on the sanctity of life, the promotion of free market ideas and limited government.In attendance were Apopka pastors Doug Bankson, Hezekiah Bradford, and Darrell Morgan. Bankson is running for the Apopka City Commission Seat #3 against incumbent Sam Ruth and Alice Nolan.The “Turning the Tide” initiative is an eight-state outreach program that provides targeted events and specific training in 72 forums on the black family, criminal justice and economic renewal. The eight states are Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.Details about the Initiative were presented by Gloreatha “Glo” Smith. DLI’s Florida State Director. In 2014, Smith lost to Rep. Corrine Brown for the 5th District seat of the US Congress which then included a large portion of Apopka.“It was a great event,” said Smith. ” What was important is that we were able to share our vision with the pastors who can now go back to their congregations and fellow pastors and further our message.”DLI plans to return to Apopka between March and August to host a prayer breakfast and workshops that focus on the black family, criminal justice reform, and entrepreneurship. UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 Please enter your name here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Please enter your comment! Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply
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Print Twitter Previous articleBeFriending culture to make it happenNext articleWar waged on killer mink admin Linkedin WhatsApp Facebook DEPUTY Willie O’Dea claims that this week’s controversy surrounding Taoiseach Brian Cowen, in which he was forced to deny that he gave a radio interview while drunk, will be without any major repercussions.“In a week’s time people will still be talking about Anglo Irish Bank and the four billion loan – this is where the focus will be”.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Does he accept that to-date Cowen has proved to be a decidedly uninspirational leader at a time when the country is in dire need of a Taoiseach who seems to empathise with the people and their problems, he responded. “Communication is not his strong point.“He had said he would come out more to the people but in hindsight, it might have been wiser if he had waited a few hours before going on radio the other morning. I don’t think, however, that the incident will have major repercussions”.Unlike Cowen’s radio interview, which made world headlines and portrayed Ireland in a negative light, O’Dea emerged with flying colours from his guest appearance on the Late Late Show last weekend when he confirmed plans to stand again at the next General Election.Declining to comment on the Fianna Fail leadership issue and any heave by the Lenihan camp to oust Cowen, he cryptically referred to Michael Noonan’s situation when he took over Fine Gael, “which was in decline at the time”. Email NewsLocal NewsO’Dea stands by his friend CowenBy admin – September 16, 2010 377 Advertisement
News Updates[Covid19] Karnataka HC Dismisses PIL Challenging Circular Directing To Issue Average Consumption Electricity Bills In April, Imposes Cost Of Rs 50,000 On Petitioners [Read Order] Mustafa Plumber9 April 2020 10:39 PMShare This – xObserving that it was an ‘abuse of process of law’, the Karnataka High Court on Thursday dismissed a petition filed challenging a government circular, directing electricity supply companies to issue average consumption bills for the month of April. The court imposed a cost of s 50,000 on the petitioners, which has to be paid within two weeks to the Chief Minister Relief Fund,…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?LoginObserving that it was an ‘abuse of process of law’, the Karnataka High Court on Thursday dismissed a petition filed challenging a government circular, directing electricity supply companies to issue average consumption bills for the month of April. The court imposed a cost of s 50,000 on the petitioners, which has to be paid within two weeks to the Chief Minister Relief Fund, COVID-19. A division bench of Chief Justice Abhay Oka and Justice B V Nagarathna said, “There was no public interest involved in the petition.” The petitioners P C Rao (65) and K Ganesh Nayak (46), have been directed to submit a receipt of the payment made by email to the Registrar (Judicial). The circular issued on April 3, refers to the extraordinary situation created due to the spread of COVID – 19 and the lockdown and the fact that consumers are unable to pay their electricity bills, which is affecting the liquidity of the distribution companies. The government directed to issue bills for April, on the basis of the average electricity consumption. To make available various modes to enable the citizens to obtain copies of the bills through e-mails, Watsapp, SMS, etc. Further it states that avenues for making payments by different modes be created such as online payment on ESCOMs website, payment through the Karnataka One Website/App, BBPS payment by use of all banks debit cards, credit cards, internet banking, wallet payment, UPI payments, PayU App etc. and IMI mobile App. It is only a one time measure for the current month (April) keeping in view the COVID – 19, regulations in place and for the safety of the consumers. Regular meter reading, billing and collection activities shall be made as before from 1st May 2020 and any difference in the average bill and the actual reading may be adjusted in the following month’s bill. The petitioners argued that such a circular could not have been issued by the Government of Karnataka and it ought to have been issued by the Karnataka Electricity Regulation Commission (for short ‘KERC’). In other states a moratorium has been issued for payment of the electricity bills. They made a representation on April 8, making a grievance about the circular and praying for grant of moratorium, for payment of the electricity bills for three months. The bench said “We find that the act of the State Government of issuing the circular dated April 3, is itself in public interest. This court is dealing with the very important issues such as non-availability of the food and necessities of life to the weaker sections of the society. In our view, the petitioners ought not to have filed the present petition.” The bench also took into consideration that a petition seeking a writ in the nature of mandamus is filed on the very day on which a representation was made to the State Government and other Authorities. It said “We are constrained to observe that the filing of such a petition is an abuse of process of law and, therefore, while we dismiss the petition, the petitioners will have to be saddled with costs. We quantify the cost amount at Rs.50,000.” Click Here To Download Order[Read Order] Title: P C Rao And State of Karnataka. WP No: 6686/2020Date of Order: April 9, 2020.Coram: Chief Justice Abhay Oka and Justice B V Nagarathna,Appearences.Advocate Dinesh S for petitioners.Additional Advocate General M Dhyan Chinnappa along Advocate Vikram Huilgol for respondents. Next Story
Homepage BannerNews Pinterest Letterkenny University Hospital continues to be extremely busy this evening resulting in pressure being put on bed availability at the hospital.In a statement, the Saolta Hospital Group says patients are currently experiencing long waiting times to be admitted from the Emergency Department to an acute bed in the hospital.People are again, being asked to only attend the Emergency Department in the case of real emergencies and to contact your GP or NoWDOC GP Out of hours service, in the first instance.Statement in full:Letterkenny University Hospital (LUH) continues to be extremely busy today Tuesday March 23rd. This has resulted in on-going pressure on bed availability in the hospital and we regret that patients are currently experiencing long waiting times to be admitted from the Emergency Department (ED) to an acute bed in the hospital. Bed availability affected by pressure at LUH Twitter Google+ WhatsApp Community Enhancement Programme open for applications We would like to remind the public that we encourage them to attend the Emergency Department (ED) only in the case of real emergencies. If your health problem is not an emergency you should contact your GP during normal surgery hours or the NoWDOC GP Out of hours service, in the first instance. We are committed to treating everyone who presents at our ED but we do so strictly in order of medical priority and apologise for the long wait times. Previous article371 new Covid cases, 27 in DonegalNext articleFinn Harps team up with Tipperary Water News Highland News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Management at LUH regrets the distress and inconvenience these delays cause patients and their families. Facebook WhatsApp By News Highland – March 23, 2021 Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA The hospital is asking that patients wait in the ED alone to help the hospital maintain social distancing. A companion will only be permitted in exceptional circumstances. We know this is very difficult but it is necessary to minimise the risk of infection and to keep everyone safe. Patients are reminded to please wear a face covering/mask when in the ED. Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Google+ Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Pinterest Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows
Joe Marcus/Twitter(NEW YORK) — The number of people killed in plane crashes in the U.S. increased by about 13% in 2018, according to data released by the National Transportation Safety Board. Civil aviation fatalities rose from 347 in 2017 to 393 in 2018, NTSB officials said. The increase means that, on average, there was at least one aviation death per day in 2018.The death toll included Jennifer Riordan, the first commercial airline passenger killed in the U.S. in nine years.The overwhelming majority of aviation fatalities involve small, private airplanes, and not large commercial airliners. But on April 17, 2018, Riordan died on Southwest flight 1380 after shrapnel from the engine broke the window next to her seat and she was partially sucked out of the aircraft.Other passengers pulled her back into the cabin and tried unsuccessfully to perform CPR.According to the Federal Aviation Administration, there are around three small plane crashes in the U.S. per day.In 2018, 46 more people were killed in aviation accidents than the year before, leading the fatal accident rate to rise above 1 per 100,000 flight hours for the first time in two years.“It is disappointing to see the fatal general aviation accident rate increase after two years with the rate below 1 per 100,000 flight hours,” NTSB Chairman Robert L. Sumwalt said in a statement.NTSB officials said the statistics do not point to a specific reason for the increase in aviation fatalities, but that they are committed to addressing and highlighting any safety related issues.On Tuesday, the NTSB is expected to hold a board meeting to determine the probable cause of the engine failure that led to Riordan’s death on Southwest flight 1380. Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Comments are closed. The frenzied activity on the Stock Exchange in recent weeks has created a focus on two camps – the old economy and the new. The old economy, characterised by large-scale employment and current profits, struggling to preserve a foothold in the FTSE 100 index, and the new economy, with staggering capital values, few staff and hoped-for profits, achieving a listing without much apparent substance.This has been greeted with horror by commentators, either from the viewpoint that the perceived success of the dot.com economy is the forerunner for a “South Sea Bubble” crash when reality sets in, or the shift from old to new further disables the capital-hungry companies of the old economy from obtaining finance to reinvest.There could be a positive outcome. For years old economy firms have complained the City has taken an over-cautious view on future profits, valuing companies by disposable, tangible assets, not intangible, intellectual capital. Now the stock market darlings are entirely without tangible assets and all about intellectual capital.Karl Marx was right. Professor Kjell Nordstrom of Stockholm School of Economics says 70 per cent of assets are in the brains of employees, customers, suppliers and the community in today’s networked world. The debate over the new and the old economies could be the opportunity for the issue of intellectual capital in the old economy to be recognised and valued at last.The old economy is on the back foot with the City. It needs to prove development of 70 per cent of its assets – that is, people – will lead to business development and profits. But the City is clearly listening to the previously taboo argument over intellect and future profits.HR has a central role in this. What is different about the conclusion in relation to assets and brains is our understanding that culture makes the difference. We have always had brilliant people doing brilliant things but in their specialist “silo” mentality areas. The challenge is to get knowledge transfer or sharing across boundaries.So how is it the dot.com companies convince stockholders? These companies are generally networked, vibrant, non-hierarchical and focused on talent-producing and implementing ideas. They seize opportunities and encourage synergy between people – in other words, they are agile.HR has the key role in the old economy of creating agility of response going beyond quality, cost and delivery – the world-class measures of the 1980s and 90s. This agility is a function that needs to be learned from the new economy. It is not about HR being a rule-maker and enforcer; it is about accelerating change to produce the right culture. If we don’t do this, more of those dot.com companies will oust the old economy ones employing thousands, creating decline and uncertainty. If you think the Rover situation is bad, you ain’t seen nothing yet. By Professor Clive Morton, Independent HR consultant, author and former vice-president of the IPDTel: 01733 552535, e-mail: [email protected] Dot com highlights gap between old and newOn 28 Mar 2000 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.
Fire interrupted the lives of Regent’s Park students on Sunday evening as a fresher’s dinner plans turned sour. Lucy Clarke, a first year studying History and English, was cooking in one of the student kitchens and accidentally caused a series of potentially deadly incidents.At first she burnt her dinner mildly, setting off the fire alarm in the process. Students were evacuated from the building and waited outside whilst University Services investigated and the alarm was reset.Once given the all clear, the students returned inside and Clarke went back to the kitchen in an attempt to salvage the remains of her dinner. Whilst trying to prepare another meal, she unwittingly knocked a pack of butter wrapped in wax paper on to a still-hot hob. Unaware of the error, Clarke was talking to a friend when the butter went up in flames; they both turned around but the kitchen was quickly engulfed in thick black smoke before they could do anything to put the fire out. The smoke eventually spread to other rooms and students were forced outside once again.Speaking of the incident, Clarke said, “‘Towering Inferno’ were the only words my mind could provide other than ‘Oh sweet Lord, what have I done now?’”Fortunately, University Services were already on hand, having arrived to deal with the first incident just before. Students were once again evacuated on hearing the alarm and University Services successfully extinguished the fire before it spread beyond the kitcken. The hob and the surrounding area were destroyed but the damage was limited to the kitchen. Clarke has been asked to pay damages to the college in order to repair the affected areas but has received no other punitive sanctions. Clarke stressed that the college have been very understanding and sympathetic, as were her fellow Regent’s students who were forced out into the cold twice. Clarke was also pleasantly surprised with the conviviality of University Services given the situation, saying, “I would have thought anyone would get upset with the sort of idiocy I displayed, but they were really kind and sympathetic!”Regent’s JCR President, Harrison Denner, downplayed the drama of the event, insisting, “The whole thing did not last very long.”
THE “TIMES ARE CHANGING”! The City-County Observer finds the sit-in staged by Democrats in the House of Representatives to be an interesting historical development. What makes that worth noting is that members our staff are divided on the subject of the Second Amendment, and we know that CCO readers are also divided on the issue. Our staff, however, is in agreement that the American people deserve a vote, whichever way it goes.The obvious courage and resolve of the sit-in leader, civil rights icon and United States Rep. John Lewis and the other Democrats who joined him apparently impressed a lot of DC-area residents, too. With short notice, many hundreds showed up to chant “DO YOUR JOB”‘ at the exiting Republican House members. The fact that many ordinary people left their dinner tables or cocktail hour to rush to the Capitol to vent their frustrations with the obstructionist Congress tells us a lot about the mood of our county.Speaker of the House of Representatives Paul Ryan tried to use his gavel to shutdown the demonstration, but thanks to Facebook and apps like “Periscope” the main stream media got to cover the entire event. It is one more case of modern technology trumping the old rules.Let us be perfectly clear that we are not endorsing the proposed gun control legislation, nor are we suggesting it should not be passed. We were happy to see the passion and dedication displayed by the Congressmen occupying the well of the House and the chanting of the supportive citizens. We just want to see if the U S Congress has the backbone to do something of significance before the upcoming general election!We feel that by bringing this and other important, controversial bills to the floor, for full debate and a vote, Congress will give voters something to base their votes on. in the upcoming general election. Some feel that this may be very true of our own U S Representative, Dr. Larry Bucshon, because so far he hasn’t given the electorate something to hang their hats on to vote for him during this re-election cycle. Maybe the issue of Second Amendment rights could be just that issue.We, The People deserve far better than we have gotten so far from our “do nothing” Congress. We hope it isn’t too late to make up for the last several years of our “do-nothing Congress.“ We feel that it isn’t too late for Congress to let the voters know they’ve finally heard the message and are trying to do the will of the people.We predict if, when they returns to session, the Congress doesn’t show that they have awakened, that there will be busloads of citizens from throughout the country chanting “DO YOUR JOB” outside the Capitol everyday until they do. We also won’t be surprised to see mass protests staged in every major city similar to what we experience saw in the 60’s. The “Time Are Indeed Changing”!FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail