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Electric Picnic Coronavirus: Three further deaths and 474 new cases as restrictions set to be eased Previous articleNew cafe to open at popular Glenbarrow Falls ahead of tearooms developmentNext articleDeaths in Laois – Friday, April 30, 2021 LaoisToday Reporter 239 are men/232 are women71% are under 45 years of ageThe median age is 32 years old167 in Dublin, 39 in Kildare, 37 in Cork, 36 in Donegal, 29 in Meath and the remaining 166 cases are spread across all other counties.As of 8am today, 155 COVID-19 patients are hospitalised, of which 44 are in ICU. There have been 14 additional hospitalisations in the past 24 hours.As of April 27, 1,452,434 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Ireland:1,041,284 people have received their first dose411,150 people have received their second doseMeanwhile, the Government are currently reworking its Covid vaccination plans following fresh advice from the National Immunisation Advisory Committee (NIAC).The NIAC guidance, which has been accepted by government, included a recommendation that the vaccine should be offered earlier than planned to pregnant women between 14 and 36 weeks gestation.The committee also advised that both the Johnson and Johnson vaccine and the AstraZeneca jab should be used for those aged 50 and over. Facebook By LaoisToday Reporter – 29th April 2021 Twitter There have been a further three Coronavirus-related deaths and 474 new cases according to the figures released by the authorities this evening as the Government are set to announce a widespread easing of restrictions from Monday week, May 9.Once again, fewer than five of the cases are in Laois meaning the county’s 14-day rate drops again, this time to 81.5, compared to the national average of 124.6. The highest rate is in Donegal which is at 295.9 compared to Kerry which is the lowest at 19.Of the cases notified today: Home News Community Coronavirus: Three further deaths and 474 new cases as restrictions set to… NewsCommunity Pinterest Twitter Facebook Electric Picnic Pinterest Council Electric Picnic apply to Laois County Council for new date for this year’s festival TAGSCoronavirus RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Electric Picnic organisers release statement following confirmation of new festival date WhatsApp “We’re once again working on a revised plan based on recent recommendations by NIAC and decisions by government,” said HSE CEO Paul Reid this morning.He said the new plan – version 27 – will be finalised over the weekend and early next week.“It will be a plan that accommodates the various adjustments that we have to make and continues to increase our administration of vaccines based on available supplies,” he said.He said the HSE will have to model out the supply of vaccines and get “the best confirmation that we can” from suppliers for May and June. He said the health service is hoping to be able to strengthen the level of predictability and reliability of supply levels for each vaccine.SEE ALSO – Explained: The path out of lockdown as Government set to relax restrictions Mary Sweeney elected Cathaoirleach of Portlaoise Municipal District for next 12 months
The firm also reported that its transition to a pure play wealth management business is advancing with the formation of a special committee of its board to acquire the 66.6% of Richardson GMP that it doesn’t already control.That committee has, in turn, hired RBC Capital Markets to prepare a formal valuation for the common shares of Richardson GMP.Approximately one third of Richardson GMP is controlled by the firm’s advisors and management, and the other third is held by Richardson Financial Group Ltd. (which is also GMP’s largest shareholder).GMP said that taking outright control of the wealth business would enable it to “prudently and aggressively” grow that business by recruiting advisors, acquiring additional wealth management businesses, developing new products and services, and investing in initiatives to “improve the service offering to investment advisors and their clients, and expand margins.”“I am encouraged by the overwhelming shareholder support our resolutions received. Shareholders have delivered a strong vote of confidence in our strategy to divest the capital markets business to Stifel Financial Corp., a world class company, and shift our focus to opportunities in wealth management,” said Don Wright, chair of GMP’s board.Any deal to take full control of Richardson GMP would only take place after the sale of the capital markets business, and would also be subject to shareholder and regulatory approvals. 123RF Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Toronto-based GMP Capital Inc. announced on Monday that its shareholders have approved the sale of its capital markets business to U.S. firm Stifel Financial Corp., with over 98% voting in favour of resolutions to facilitate the deal.The transaction, which is expected to close in the fourth quarter, still requires regulatory approval. James Langton Keywords Wealth managementCompanies Richardson Wealth, GMP Capital Inc. Canaccord reports record revenues, drops proposal to acquire RF Capital TD getting new head of private wealth, financial planning Facebook LinkedIn Twitter One in five Canadian investors plans to switch wealth providers: EY study Related news
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Published: May 24, 2006 Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail The Alumni College at the University of Colorado at Boulder will examine issues surrounding the topic “Liberty, Security and Repression in Wartime, 1914 to present” in three sessions June 15-17. The three sessions, to meet in various classrooms throughout campus, will address World War I and World War II, the Cold War, Vietnam and the war on terror. The college will begin June 15 at 5 p.m. with a reception and registration at the Boulderado Hotel, 2115 13th St., in downtown Boulder. Registration will be followed at 6 p.m. by keynote speaker Geoffrey Stone, professor of law and former dean of the law school and provost at the University of Chicago. Dinner will follow the keynote at 7 p.m. CU President Hank Brown and arts and sciences and law deans Todd Gleeson and David Getches also will attend. Registration is $62 for Alumni Association members and $92 for nonmembers. The opening dinner, breaks and advance reading materials are all included. Deadline for registration is June 9. Panel discussions will be led by CU faculty Professor Barbara Engel, Associate Professor Martha Hanna, Professor Robert Schulzinger and Professor Thomas Zeiler, of the history department; Professor Richard Collins, Professor Robert Nagel and Associate Professor Paul Ohm of the law school; and Professor Edward Greenberg and Lecturer Michael Kanner of political science. The Alumni College is a collaboration between the CU-Boulder Alumni Association, the College of Arts and Sciences, the CU School of Law, the CU history department and the History Advisory Board. For more information call the CU-Boulder Alumni Association at (303) 492-8484.
Pinterest Email Facebook Share ReddIt Previous articleAfternoon Brief, October 3Next articleEPIC Wine & Spirits Tags Bill Young as Executive Vice President of Sales Press Release AdvertisementLeading Provence estate Château Minuty has entered into a long-term exclusive distribution agreement to partner with VINTUS in the United States effective January 1, 2020.Saint-Tropez based, family owned Château Minuty was founded in 1936, is one of the original 18 classified growths of Provence, and today ranks first in sales of premium rosé in France, Europe and the Caribbean. Minuty is renowned the world over for developing today’s archetype of Provencal rosé, with rigorous attention to viticulture, gentle handling of fruit, preservation of aromatics and freshness, and an overall objective of producing wines of elegance, complexity and accessibility. Minuty also has a strong commitment to sustainable viticulture, having recently achieved the French government’s High Environmental Value certification for the estate’s biodiversity, farm management to limit inputs, and broader commitment to limiting environmental impact.The style and quality of Minuty’s rosés have made it the premium sales leader in its home of the French Riviera, where it abounds in leading beach clubs, restaurants and luxury retailers from Saint-Tropez to Monaco. Owner François Matton stated, “We are grateful for the strong following that Minuty has developed over the years in the United States through the work of our many partners and friends. My brother and I have made this decision for the future, to build the long term growth of the ultra premium wines that define us: our 281, Rose et Or, and Prestige. We believe VINTUS has the company organization and luxury orientation to achieve this objective.”VINTUS is a preeminent U.S. fine wine importer that represents a diverse, international range of extraordinary wineries. The company has five times been named a Wine & Spirits Importer of the Year (2015-2016-2017-2018-2019) and in 2017 was named Wine Enthusiast Importer of the Year. VINTUS Founder and CEO Michael Quinttus commented, “We have watched the incredible surge of Provençal rosé and believe the United States market will only continue to grow for leading producers. Château Minuty represents everything we could hope for in a partner and fits seamlessly with the leading quality and positioning of the other producers in our portfolio. We could not be more delighted to begin this relationship with the Matton family.”VINTUS’ portfolio today includes Champagne Bollinger, E. Guigal, Ornellaia, Masseto, Chateau Montelena, Ponzi Vineyards, Pétrus, Château La Fleur-Pétrus, Château Margaux, Masciarelli, Tommasi, Sandrone, Le Macchiole, Quinta do Noval, Dog Point Vineyard, Errazuriz, Finca Decero, and others totaling 40 leading global estates.Château Minuty will be distributed nationally by the VINTUS network of distributors with the exception of New York, where VINTUS will partner with Minuty’s current distributor Empire Merchants.More information on Château Minuty is available at www.minuty.com, more on VINTUS is available at www.vintus.com.Advertisement Home Industry News Releases Chateau Minuty and Vintus Announce U.S. PartnershipIndustry News ReleasesWine BusinessChateau Minuty and Vintus Announce U.S. PartnershipBy Press Release – October 4, 2019 412 0 TAGSChateau MinutyVINTUS Twitter Linkedin
By Press Trust of India on May 5, 2020 WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Comments (0) Share Add Comment News The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Related Posts CII-Young Indians, RCC Diva launch ‘SUGADHARAM’ Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 Read Article MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha CII-Young IndiansCOVID-19handwashhygieneRCC DivaSAR-Cov2SUGADHARAMTouch Free Handwash System The touch free handwash helps people accessing public places to use handwash where user doesn’t come in contact with tap or soap dispenser yet enables them to use handwash with help of mechanical pedal that can be operated via leg pressCII-Young Indians in association with RCC Diva and the Greater Chennai Corporation launched “SUGADHARAM”, a Touch Free Hand Wash System. It was inaugurated at Tiruvanmiyur Market jointly by Actress Gowthami, and Vardharajan, Executive Engineer, Adyar Zone GCC. RCC Diva Foundation who sponsored this installation were represented by Manisha Pramod Chordia, Sangeetha Harish Marlecha, Nisha Bisani, Vikas Jain and the Project Team. From CII-Young Indians Aditya Roongta, Immediate Past Chair, Vishal Mehta, Chair, Krishna Nathani, Co-Chair, Chennai Chapter along with few other office bearers were present at the inauguration. This touch free handwash project has been initiated by this Young and Energetic Group to fight the COVID-19 crisis. The spread of the SAR-Cov2 virus or the coronavirus happens via droplet transmission and hand touch human contact. On an average people touch their faces more than 16 times an hour. This is a major concern dealing with the fight against coronavirus. To prevent the spread through human contact one needs constantly wash their hands with soap. Soap has the capacity to kill the virus and frequent hand wash is one of effective solution to reduce the spread of the virus. This touch free handwash helps people accessing public places to use the handwash where the user doesn’t come in contact with tap or the soap dispenser yet enables them to use the handwash with help of mechanical pedal that can be operated via leg press. The project also brings awareness about the need for handwash. Regular handwash is a basic of hygiene and during these times, it’s a must to keep hands clean, hence the contactless handwash serves the purpose of hygiene and habit for all. Around 3000 people visit this market on a daily basis. Young Indians are committed to the fight against COVID-19 and are working on several relief work and innovative projects to fight the virus.
Email Family members of a mother and her son killed in a 2009 wreck on U.S. Highway 93 said they were surprised to learn the woman responsible for the crash will be released this year.However, Amber Young also said she hopes that Justine Winter, the Evergreen woman who went to prison after being convicted on two counts of deliberate homicide, has found “meaning and purpose” in her life. On Sept. 21, the Montana Board of Pardons and Parole granted Winter, 22, parole upon completion of a pre-release program in Billings. It is likely that Winter will be free by the end of the year.“It was sooner than any of us expected,” said Young, sister and aunt to the crash’s victims, Erin Thompson, 35, and Caden Odell, 13. “But I need to do what will make my heart happy and for me that’s to wish Justine well and send her love.“I hope she has learned skills for coping and dealing with emotion and that she understands the value of life, both her own and others,” Young said.Winter was 16 years old in March 2009 when she got into a fight with her boyfriend and later that night deliberately drove her car across the centerline of U.S. Highway 93 north of Kalispell, crashing into another vehicle, driven by Thompson, who was pregnant at the time. Thompson and Odell were both killed in the crash, but Winter survived. In February 2011, Winter was found guilty of two counts of deliberate homicide. She was later given two concurrent 30-year sentences with 15 years suspended on each.During the trial, Winter never apologized for what happened. But according to Young, Winter sent a letter to the family last year and expressed remorse for the crash. Winter first applied for parole in 2014 but the board denied her request. However, it recommended her for a pre-release center.According to board executive director Timothy Allred, Winter has been in the program since December 2014. She spent the first six months as an inmate worker and is now living at a pre-release center in Billings. At the pre-release center, Winter has been able to get a job and go into the public.“(A pre-release center) helps people transition back into the community,” he said.Now that the board has approved Winter’s eventual release, she will work with a case manager to create a plan for future housing and employment. A parole officer must approve the plan before she is released. Winter is expected to move to Missoula following her release.Young said the last few years have been tough for her family but that she is hopeful that Winter will be able to do something worthwhile with her life.“Erin, Caden and the baby are forever in our hearts,” Young said. “And I hope they are in Justine’s heart too.” Stay Connected with the Daily Roundup. Sign up for our newsletter and get the best of the Beacon delivered every day to your inbox.
The carrier said it was awaiting further reports on the loss of containers, and added: “We are currently assessing nearest suitable port options in Asia to berth the vessel, and will keep you informed of the port location decision and timing.”FleetMon reported yesterday there were “many containers adrift in North Pacific east of Kuril Islands”, which it understood had been lost from the Maersk Eindhoven. The 2010-built vessel is deployed on Maersk’s TP6 loop and MSC’s Pearl service from Asia to the US west coast, and is the sixth casualty report involving container losses in the transpacific in the last 80 days. More than 2,750 boxes had been spilled before this latest incident – double the yearly average. A World Shipping Council report in November said the annual average loss of containers overboard from the circa-5,000 container vessels in operation around the world was surprisingly low, at 1,382. The unprecedented run of container losses on the route began on 30 November with the ONE Apus, which lost around 1,800 boxes in heavy weather, damaging many others in the process. Most recently, on 16 January, the 13,092 teu Maersk Essen, a sister ship of the Maersk Eindhoven and deployed on the same loop, shed around 750 containers during heavy seas en route to Los Angeles. Due to the severe port congestion at Los Angeles, Maersk diverted the ship to Lazaro Cardenas, Mexico. Following a survey, the discharge of damaged containers and minor vessel repairs, the vessel is expected to sail on 20 February to an anchorage at LA, where it has an estimated berthing date of 4 March. In the aftermath of the Maersk Essen casualty, the carrier said it would be “taking any necessary steps to minimise the risk of similar incidents in the future”. Casualty marine claims consultancy WK Webster warned shippers with cargo on board the Maersk Eindhoven that after the ship arrives at the ‘port of refuge’ it would face a “prolonged operation to remove collapsed and/or damaged containers from the affected deck area”. It said it was “unclear at this stage whether the incident will give rise to General Average”. However, given that the parties concerned on the previous recent casualties have so far not declared GA, it seems unlikely. Nevertheless, highlighting the uncertainty for shippers from the apparent new strategy for carriers to avoid declaring GA, WK Webster said it continued to press the owner of the ONE Apus, and the carrier ONE, to formally confirm that GA would not be applied, “so that this issue can be finally put to rest and our clients concerns allayed”. In its most recent status report on the ONE Apus casualty, on 3 February, WK Webster said 638 containers had been discharged from the vessel, but that ONE’s plans for on carriage remained “somewhat opaque”. “Details of the status of each container still does not include details of those containers thought to be lost overboard as a result of the incident,” said the consultancy. The 13,092 teu Maersk Eindhoven (pictured) lost “several hundred containers overboard” as it suffered an engine blackout in bad weather yesterday, near Japan, en route from Xiamen, China to Los Angeles. This latest box spill in the north Pacific will add urgency to a review of lashing practices on ULCVs, and could lead to an interim restriction on the height of container stacks on the route. 2M alliance partner MSC said the preliminary advice from Maersk “suggests that several hundred containers have been lost overboard”. Maersk confirmed that the ship’s crew were all safe and that propulsion had been restored, as the FleetMon ships database recorded that the vessel had turned back at 3am local time today and was sailing at approximately 17 knots. By Mike Wackett 18/02/2021 Photo 139248757 © Sheila Fitzgerald – Dreamstime.com
Share Add to My List In My List A second Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola while treating a patient from Liberia will leave the hospital today.Amber Vinson was flown to Atlanta and admitted to Emory University Hospital on Oct. 15, just a day after her diagnosis.Last week, Vinson’s family issued a statement saying doctors could no longer detect the Ebola virus in her system. Emory now confirms Vinson is Ebola-free, and will be discharged today. The 29-year-old is expected to speak at a news conference this afternoon . Vinson is the fourth Ebola patient to seek treatment at Emory’s Serious Communicable Disease Unit. All four have recovered from the virus. ‘It’s Fractured’: Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan On Healing Republican Party For Whom The Bell Rings Related Stories Legal Advocate Discusses Medical Abuse At Shut Down Georgia ICE Facility