City of Dawson Creek making emergency repairs to raw water line

first_imgUpdates will be provided on the City of Dawson Creek website and Facebook when conditions have changed.For more information on the emergency repair, you can visit the City of Dawson Creek’s website. DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – The City of Dawson Creek is advising residents that an emergency repair is being made to the raw water line.According to the City, starting on August 28, customers along the water line are expected to be out of water for the next few days.The City says City crews are working to repair the line prior to the weekend.last_img read more

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Frances First Female Imam Announces Plans for Liberal Mosque

Rabat – Kahina Bahloul, the first female Imam in France, told French-Monegasque Radio Monte Carlo (RMC) that she plans to open the first liberal mosque in France.  Men and women would pray side by side and lead prayers alternatively in the proposed place of worship.Bahloul also announced that she launched a crowdfunding campaign to open the mosque, which she intends to call “Fatima.”Read Also: Two Female Imams in Paris Lead First Ever Mixed Gender PrayerWhen asked about headscarves by the talk-show host, Jean-Jacques Bourdin, Bahloul said: “I consider that headscarves are not a religious obligation. I have studied many religious texts and I believe that the Quran does not oblige women to conceal their hair.” “It is important for Islam to establish a new model where men and women have the same role in mosques. In traditional mosques, the main prayer room is exclusive to men. This is not acceptable in the 21st century,” added Bahloul.Kahina Bahloul is a graduate in Islamic Studies from the Practical School of Higher Studies in Paris. She is also the founder of the NGO “Parle-moi d’Islam” (Talk to me about Islam).Last saturday, September 7, two female Imams, Eva Janadin and Anne-Sophie Monsinay, led the first mixed gender prayer in France. Bahloul expressed her support for the initiative. read more

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IUSF students to continue protest on SAITM issue

The Inter-University Students’ Federation (IUSF) announced that it will continue its protest on the Malabe SAITM university issue.The IUSF said it will launch a protest near the Fort railway station tomorrow on the issue. IUSF says the protests will continue in order to put pressure on the Government to abolish SAITM. (Colombo Gazette)

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Three artists speaking at Brock this month for speaker series

Debris (print media on paper) by Judy Major-GirardinThe Visual Arts speaker series starts this month with talks from three visiting artists.Judy Major-Girardin will talk about her work integrating painting and printmaking, and more environmentally-sustainable studio practices, on Friday, Oct. 14. Her talk will be at 1 p.m. in EA214.Graham Todd, a sculpture and professor at McMaster University, will speak on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. in room EA214.Andrew Wright, a photographer and professor at the University of Ottawa, will speak on Monday, Oct. 24 at 12 noon in 573 Glenridge Ave. in room GL162. read more

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Winter coat giveaway Oct 24 for international students in need

The Ecumenical Chaplaincy at Brock, along with the Student Justice Centre and the International Students Association, are looking for winter coasts to be donated to students in need.The annual winter coat giveaway is Friday, Oct. 24 from 1-4 p.m. in Captain John’s Lounge, DeCew.Gently used winter coats will be accepted and can be dropped off at the Student Justice Centre (TH 252A) by the end of day Thursday, Oct. 23.There are usually around 50 coats donated each year from Brock faculty, staff and students and the St. Catharines community.“It’s a significant and important event, especially for international students who experience their first winter in Canada,” said David Galston, Brock University Ecumenical Chaplain. read more

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UN refugee agency 2016 is deadliest year for refugees crossing to Europe

“The chances of dying on the Libya to Italy route are ten times higher than when crossing from Turkey to Greece,” a spokesperson for the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), William Spindler, told a media briefing at the UN Office in Geneva today.The chances of dying on the Libya to Italy route are ten times higher than when crossing from Turkey to GreeceAccording to UNHCR, the number of refugees and migrants arriving in Greece has dropped dramatically, from over 67,000 in January 2016 to 3,437 in August 2016, following the closure of the so-called Balkan route and the implementation of the European Union-Turkey Statement, an agreement on methods to end the irregular migration from Turkey to the EU and replace it instead with legal channels of resettlement.The number of arrivals to Italy, meanwhile, has remained more or less constant, with some 115,000 refugees and migrants landing in Italy as of the end of August this year, compared to 116,000 during the same period last year. “The main change, however, has been the number of casualties,” Mr. Spindler said. “So far this year, one person has died for every 42 crossing from North Africa to Italy, compared to one in every 52 last year – this makes 2016 to date the deadliest year on record in the Central Mediterranean.” ‹ › “The arrival of over a million refugees and migrants to Europe last year has also given rise to hostility and tensions within the societies hosting them, “ Mr. Spindler highlighted. “The ongoing challenge for Europe is to make available the support and services that refugees need to successfully integrate so that they can contribute fully to society – bringing new skills, determination and a cultural richness, as they seek to re-establish their lives in their new homes.” He added that, in this regard, UNHCR strongly urges governments and their national partners to commit to the development and implementation of comprehensive national integration plans, and calls for a clear commitment to the prevention of discrimination, the promotion of inclusion and the combatting of racism and xenophobia. 12-year-old Sagga from Eritrea 12-year-old Sagga, from Eritrea, sits with other adolescent boys and men in a crowded cell, at the Zawiya detention centre near Tripoli, the capital. Sagga, together with two friends, left his homeland in the hopes of finding work in Europe to support his family and have a better life. Their journey to Libya took 10 months. He has an uncle in Italy and plans to seek asylum there and attend school. UNICEF/ Romenzi Death and missing key figures Eastern Mediterranean route Death and missing key figures. Data January 2015 – August 2016. Graphic: UNHCR Eastern Mediterranean route. Data January 2015 – August 2016. Graphic: UNHCR Ifeyimwa, 8 months pregnant, from Nigeria Ifeyimwa, who is 8 months pregnant, sits on a cot in a cell at Sikka Police Station in Tripoli, the capital. Ifeyimwa, who is from Nigeria, says that she has been living in Libya and has been working as cleaner since 2012. She, her husband, and 20 other Nigerians , have been arrested and accused of being illegal immigrants.UNICEF/ Romenzi Number of death and missing by route Alguaiha detention centre Men eat together in the crowded yard at the Alguaiha detention centre in the coastal town of Garabulli on the north-western coast. Despite the dangers, many migrants are willing to take the risk to reach Europe. Libya continues to be the main transit and departure point for irregular sea migration to Europe. Foreigners without legal immigration status in the country can be arrested and can spend up to 12 months in a detention centre. UNICEF/ Romenzi Number of death and missing by route. Data January 2015 – August 2016. Graphic: UNHCR Central Mediterranean route Central Mediterranean route. Data January 2015 – August 2016. Graphic: UNHCR It is one year since the publication of the iconic photograph of Alan Kurdi, a dead Syrian toddler on a Turkish beach. Although that photograph sparked outrage across the world about the plight of refugees and migrants, large numbers of people have continued to die, or gone missing on the Mediterranean.Overall, during the first eight months of 2016, some 281,740 people have made the sea crossing to Europe, with UNHCR estimating that some 4,176 people have died or gone missing on the Mediterranean since this time last year – an average of 11 men, women and children perishing every day over the last 12 months. In his remarks, Mr. Spindler noted that it was also one year since the drowning of Syrian toddler Alan Kurdi while attempting to enter Europe via the Turkey-Greece route with his family – an image of his corpse had led to strong international outcry over the circumstances of people seeking refuge in Europe. “The death of Alan Kurdi resulted in unprecedented expressions of sympathy and solidarity for refugees all over Europe, with many people volunteering to help and spontaneously giving food, water and clothes to refugees and even offering to take them into their homes,” the spokesperson said, adding that to document and highlight some of these individual acts of solidarity, UNHCR had produced a series of portraits of families hosting refugees in Austria, Germany and Sweden. read more

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National webbased Talent Retention Solution signs up over 3500

Over 3,500 engineers, students and apprentices have already signed up to a flagship industry scheme designed to match engineering talent with new job opportunities.The national web-based Talent Retention Solution (TRS) brings together specialists whose jobs may be at risk or people who want to work in engineering, with companies that are looking to recruit skilled staff to satisfy growth in their companies.Since its launch in 2011, the scheme has grown to include over 600 companies of all sizes supporting a number of sectors including automotive, aerospace, electronics, energy and construction. These include companies such as Rolls-Royce, Airbus, Jaguar Land Rover, Nissan, BAE Systems and Siemens.This number of companies on TRS is set to nearly double with the addition of the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) and British Glass as the latest sponsors of the scheme.Business Secretary Vince Cable said, “What I like most about the TRS is how simple it is. It’s like an ‘eBay’ for engineers that matches vacancies with talent.With successful manufacturers constantly telling me they struggle to recruit engineers, I hope the popularity of the TRS will encourage even more people to sign up – especially small businesses who can use it for free.”Allan Cook, Chair of the Skills and Jobs Retention Group, which led the development of the TRS, said, “I am delighted with the service TRS is providing and how employers in our sector plan to expand it further. The involvement of our latest sponsors – ECITB and British Glass – is a further boost for TRS, given their tremendous reach with companies across a wide range of industries including nuclear, oil & gas, construction and glass manufacturing. This will enhance the scheme, adding to the companies that have supported TRS since its launch in 2011.”Companies seeking to recruit engineering talent or people interested in working in engineering and who want to find out more, visit the TRS website.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) read more

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Drivers will have licence revoked if they fail road side eye test

Joshua Harris, director of campaigns for Brake, said: “It is frankly madness that there is no mandatory requirement on drivers to have an eye test throughout the course of their driving life.”Only by introducing rigorous and professional eye tests can we fully tackle the problem of unsafe drivers on our roads.” Poppy-Arabella Clarke was killed after being hit by an elderly motorist with poor eyesight Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Sergeant Rob Heard, representing the police forces taking part in the campaign, said: “Not being able to see a hazard or react to a situation quickly enough can have catastrophic consequences.”He warned that officers will be carrying out eyesight checks “at every opportunity” and under new powers can request the immediate withdrawal of a person’s licence from the DVLA. Research by the Association of Optometrists published in November last year found that more than a third of patients who had been seen in the previous month had continued to drive despite being told their vision was below the legal standard.A 2012 study by insurance firm RSA also estimated that poor vision caused 2,874 casualties in a year.Jonathan Lawson, chief executive of Vision Express, which is also supporting the initiative said: “We believe official Government statistics on the impact of poor sight on road safety are the tip of the iceberg and we know the public feel the same as we do about tackling poor driver vision.”Steve Gooding, director of the RAC Foundation, said: “The human cost of driving with failing eyesight and having an accident can be immeasurable.”Drivers mustn’t just keep their eyes on the road, they must ensure they can see what’s ahead.” John Place, 72, who was not even wearing his glasses, only stopped when he was flagged down by another driver.Just three weeks earlier he had been told by two opticians that his eyesight had dropped below the minimum driving standard even when he was wearing his glasses.Under current rules, a learner driver must be able to read a number plate from 20 metres when they are taking the practical part of their driving test.But once someone has obtained their licence, it is up to them to assess their own vision and inform the DVLA if they have a problem with their eyesight.Is is thought at least half of all drivers on British roads are unaware of the minimum eyesight standard required to be on the roads. Motorists who are stopped by police will have their licences immediately revoked if they fail a simple roadside eye test.The tough new crackdown aims to catch some of the thousands of drivers who get behind the wheel each day despite having defective eyesight.Every motorist who is stopped by officers in three pilot areas will have to pass a basic vision test before being allowed to continue driving.If they are unable to read a number plate clearly from a distance of 20 metres they will have their licence revoked on the spot and will not be allowed to continue on their journey.As well as removing dangerous drivers from the roads, the scheme will allow the police to collect data on the extent of the problem nationwide.The initiative is being rolled out across Thames Valley, Hampshire and the West Midlands, and is being supported by road safety charity Brake. The power was introduced in 2013 under Cassie’s Law, named after 16-year-old Cassie McCord, who died when an 87-year-old man lost control of his vehicle in Colchester, Essex.It later emerged he had failed a police eyesight test days earlier, but a legal loophole meant he was allowed to continue driving.Last year a pensioner was jailed for four years after killing a three-year-old girl on a pelican crossing, weeks after being told his eyesight was too poor for him to get behind the wheel. Poppy-Arabella Clarke was killed after being hit by an elderly motorist with poor eyesightCredit:PA read more

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Lind to replace injured Moller in Flensburg before his move to Barca

← Previous Story Allison Pineau to miss Women’s World Championship 2017 Next Story → Mauritius hosts U17 Beach Handball World’s Championship The German vice-champions SG Flensburg Handewitt presented replacement for injured goalkeeper Kevin Moller. The Danish goalkeeper, who will at FC Barcelona Lassa from summer 2018, got injured and his recovery period after knee surgery will last until the beginning of 2018.Germans reacted quickly and signed a six-months contract with Rasmus Lind, experienced Danish goalkeeper who spent most of his professional career at Team TVIS Holstebro. Lind planned to finish career this summer, but call for SG Flensburg Handewitt was too good to be declined.PHOTO: SG Flensburg Handewitt read more

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BNP to lose existence if it boycotts polls says Muhith

first_imgAbul Maal Abdul Muhith. File PhotoFinance minister Abul Maal Abdul Muhith on Monday said BNP will lose its existence as a political party if it does not participate in the next general election, reports UNB.The minister came up with the remarks after attending a meeting with government officials of the district at the deputy commissioner’s office.”No system can be more appropriate than the existing one for holding a free and fair election,” Muhith added.About electricity supply, Muhith said, “The government has relentlessly been working to ensure uninterrupted electricity supply in Sylhet …now the district gets electricity what it exactly needs. So, the government officials concerned should lose their jobs if there’s any complaint from any consumer about the electricity supply here.”Local political leaders, senior officials of the district and the police administrations were also present on the occasion.last_img read more

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2 arrested for stealing car wheels in Salt Lake

first_imgKolkata: Two youths have been arrested for allegedly stealing car wheels in Salt Lake on Thursday night.The accused youths, who were roaming in a car and were intercepted by a police patrolling van. The duo was produced at the Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate’s Court, Bidhannagar and was remanded to seven days police custody. According to police, during the past few days Bidhannagar Police received three complaints in this regard. Last theft occurred on Wednesday night at AE block. Two residents of AE block on Thursday morning found that some miscreants had stolen the wheels of two cars and placed bricks to provide support to the cars. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataBefore this two more such cases were registered in Bidhannagar North and Bidhannagar East police station. On Thursday another case was lodged at the Bidhannagar North police station. Police collected CCTV footages of some CCTV cameras installed on the main roads and saw a van going inside the AE block. But the registration number was not clearly visible. However, all the police station were provided with the picture of the van and the patrolling vans were instructed to keep a stringent vigil across Salt Lake. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateLate on Thursday night, a patrolling van of Bidhannagar East police station spotted a van parked beside an alley inside DL block. Seeing the police van, the car started moving. The van was intercepted by police and it was found that they were planning to steal car wheels again. A few stolen car wheels and livers used for removing the wheels were found from the van. The duo identified as Mahip Shaw alias Chiku and Sonu Thakur stated that they were stealing the car wheels and wanted to sell it to make money for Durga Puja days. Police are trying to trace the person who has his name registered with the van at the Behala Additional Regional Transport Office as per the database.last_img read more

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New hotel for Adelaide Airport

first_imgNew hotel for Adelaide AirportPremier entertainment, hospitality and leisure company, Event Hospitality & Entertainment Ltd (Event), has today announced it has reached agreement with Adelaide Airport Ltd (AAL) to develop and operate a new seven-storey, 165-room design-driven hotel within the Adelaide Airport precinct.The hotel is being developed under Event’s multi award-winning Atura brand and will feature a restaurant and bar, a business centre, flexible function and meeting spaces plus a port-cochere for patron drop off and collect.Launched in late 2013 with the opening of Atura Blacktown in Sydney, the brand delivers a fresh take on the hotel experience fusing edgy design, high-energy public areas and the latest technology.Urban, industrial and design-inspired, Atura’s signature free-flowing communal spaces will be a key design feature at the Adelaide Airport Hotel; the restaurant, bar, lobby and general public spaces will integrate seamlessly with the broader airport terminal and can be accessible by all travellers, not just hotel guests.  A walkway will directly link the hotel with the airport’s Level 2 domestic and international check-in area.The force behind some of Australia’s most iconic event and hospitality brands, Event’s enviable portfolio includes luxury QT Hotels and Resorts, Rydges Hotels and Resorts, Art Series Hotels, Thredbo Resort and Event cinema group.“We’re delighted to be working with Adelaide Airport Ltd to deliver our dynamic, Atura brand to South Australia,” said David Seargeant, Group Managing Director of Event Hospitality and Entertainment Limited.“Packed with personality and with a focus on great design and quality food and drink offerings, Atura Hotels offer design-savvy travellers a fresh travel experience; one we believe will hold great appeal for all airport precinct visitors and not just hotel guests.” Mr Seargeant said. “The unique design for our Adelaide Airport property will seamlessly connect the terminal and hotel with the plaza space.”Adelaide Airport Managing Director, Mark Young, said “Today’s announcement really kicks off our long term vision to create an easy, seamless connection between our aeronautical activities and our planned Airport Business District.”“Atura Hotels offers contemporary and functional hospitality spaces with an exceptional food and beverage offering that we believe will offer a real point of difference to the airport precinct.  We’re delighted to be selected as the first airport in Australia to welcome the brand.“Adelaide Airport has grown substantially in recent years, and many of our passengers have indicated they would welcome the convenience of a close hotel to enable catching early morning flights after meetings or conferences.“More than 8,700 people are directly employed on the airport and many business people fly to Adelaide to conduct business solely at the airport.“We expect demand to grow as passenger numbers continue to increase and we develop our Airport Business District infrastructure.”South Australian Tourism Minister, Leon Bignell, said: “I’m thrilled to welcome the award-winning Atura brand to Adelaide and to see this significant investment into our tourism infrastructure. I congratulate Adelaide Airport on its investment. The hotel development will make one of the world’s best airports even better.“Visitors are flocking to Adelaide in record numbers to experience our vibrant city, much-loved food and wine regions, accessible natural experiences and our exciting line up of world-class events. Now, they will have a fantastic new accommodation option at the heart of our world-class airport.“International airline seats have grown by 66 per cent in the past five years and will only grow further when we welcome new direct flights from mainland China to Adelaide in mid-December through China Southern Airlines. This follows the introduction of Qatar Airlines to Adelaide in May – opening up connections to more than 140 destinations around the globe.“The South Australian visitor economy is currently at a record $5.95 billion and we are working hard to achieve our goal of an $8 billion tourism industry by 2020.”Construction is expected to start in April 2017 with an anticipated opening in the December 2018 quarter.About Atura Hotels:Urban, industrial and art-inspired, Atura Hotels are where modern business and leisure travellers escape the predictable to embrace a new style of travel. This fresh take on the travel experience fuses dynamic communal spaces, hip styling and the latest technology ensuring guests feel connected and energised.  Expect free Wi Fi and a host of other benefits.Conceptualised by renowned hotelier and Event Hospitality and Entertainment Managing Director David Seargeant, the Atura Hotels concept was curated by the same collaborators behind the company’s multi-award winning designer QT Hotels and Resorts brand.Atura Hotels are part of a growing trend towards design-driven hotels which offer guests more than the traditional could-be-anywhere accommodation experience; Atura does this with even more value.Less than a year after launching, the first Atura property won several prestigious industry awards and this success has continued unabated; the brand has been named Best Mid-Range Hotel of the Year at the Tourism Accommodation Australia (NSW) Awards for Excellence for three years running.The multi-award winning hotel brand boasts three properties in its current portfolio including Atura Blacktown, Atura Albury which officially opened in January 2015 and Atura Dandenong which opened in April 2015. 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Alcuin Capital Partners LLP invests in On the Go Tours

first_imgAlcuin Capital Partners LLP invests in On the Go ToursOn the Go Tours, the multi award-winning Global tour operator, has received a substantial investment from growth capital firm Alcuin Capital Partners LLP (“Alcuin”) for an undisclosed sum.After 20 years of successful growth, the deal sees majority ownership of On The Go Tours move to Alcuin and management.Original founders Jay Lakshman and Scott Braidwood remain as shareholders. Banking was provided by CYBG.“Our team and partnerships have always been central to OTG’s success and our new partnership with Alcuin is absolutely the right fit for OTG. Both Jay and myself will remain on the board and look forward to helping steer OTG onwards in this exciting new chapter in our journey” Mr Braidwood said.Commenting on this exciting opportunity for On The Go Tours, MD Carl Cross said: “After having grown the business significantly over the past three years, this new investment is the start of a new phase in the life On The Go Tours. It will allow us to take important steps to elevate the business to the next level. My senior leadership team and I are invested in the business and incredibly excited about our future path.”“Over the past few months we have worked closely with Alcuin and feel extremely fortunate to have found partners who not only share our vision for further growth, but our commitment to all distribution channels and quality of the customer experience that On The Go Tours is known for.”“It will be business as usual for On The Go Tours. In fact, the new investment will allow us to further develop our product, grow our existing trade and retail partnerships, and invest in agency development, distribution tools, technology and our committed On The Go team members. We look forward to taking our partners on this very exciting journey of growth.””On The Go Tours’ successful growth is testament to its excellent team, product, partners and service” commented Adrian Lurie, Partner at Alcuin. “We are delighted to be joining Jay and Scott as fellow shareholders and we are excited to have the opportunity to work with Carl and his team to continue to expand the business in the coming years.”The shareholders and management of On The Go Tours were advised by Alex Patey, Tom Urquhart, Harry Stoakes and team at BDO LLP.Alcuin was advised by Taylor Wessing (legal), Armstrong (commercial), KPMG (financial), BDO (tax).Source = On the Go Tourslast_img read more

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Zespri Its certainly been a busy year for us

first_img Zespri: “It’s certainly been a busy year for us” … You might also be interested in PRESS RELEASEZespri has made good progress in strengthening alignment and grower ownership and control of the company through a targeted share offer and buy-back programme.The offer closed on 19 October and Zespri has accepted 427 applications to purchase over 12 million shares for a total of over $95 million. Participation was open to growers who do not own shares and to growers who hold less than one share per tray of their production. Over half of the applications were from previously unshared growers and the percentage of total shares in Zespri held by growers has increased to 85 percent.The capital raised through the share offer enables Zespri to fund in full a buy-back programme from eligible shareholders. This was targeted at shareholders who no longer produce kiwifruit and shareholders who are ‘over-aligned’, meaning that they hold over 1.5 shares per tray of production and over. There were 257 applications for the buy-back involving nearly 9 million shares for a total of over $70 million. The number of former growers holding Zespri shares has reduced by 30 percent.Zespri Chairman Peter McBride says that the share offer and buy-back programme is a milestone in a long-term project to strengthen the industry’s foundations. Together with changes made to the Zespri Constitution in March this year, the programme addresses a problem of growing misalignment between growers who supply kiwifruit to Zespri and people who own shares in Zespri.“A significant number of New Zealand kiwifruit orchard owners do not own Zespri shares and over 18 million shares were held by people who have left the industry,” explains Mr McBride. “Through this share offer, a good number of growers have taken up the opportunity to either become shareholders in Zespri or to increase their shareholdings in line with their entitlements.“Share ownership gives producers the opportunity to benefit financially as both growers and shareholders, from fruit payments and via the corporate income stream. Ownership also gives growers a greater influence over the direction of their kiwifruit marketer. The share offer and the buy-back together represent significant progress in our objective to strengthen ownership and alignment.”The buy-back programme gave eligible shareholders an effective option to sell shares, without broker fees. Take-up of the share offer and buy-back offer by shareholders was voluntary. The share offer and buy-back were at the same price of $8.00 per share, determined by Zespri’s Board on the basis of an independent valuation. NZ: Zespri moves into new headquarters … Sinclair launches compostable labels for fresh pro … November 05 , 2018 Retailers encouraged to “get with the program” …last_img read more

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Police and Security Services should be transparent and accountable; foreign travel and estacodes should be stopped for at least six months other than for the Presidency,” says Ramin Rabii CEO of Turquoise Partners an investment services firm in Tehran by telephone “We’ve seen a lot of venture capital companies come from the US” At this point almost every sector is rich pickings for Western business Decades of US sanctions and nearly a decade of EU sanctions have led to big trade with Chinese Korean and Russian companies But those are still seen as far inferior Rabii says “There is a general perception that it is easier to do business with Americans than with Chinese or Russians” Rabii says adding that in many of Iran’s family-owned conglomerates which have existed for generations there is still a strong memory of having worked with US companies before the 1979 revolution ended the Shah’s rule and brought the Islamic Republic to power Immediately after Iran and Western leaders signed the nuclear deal on Tuesday the French automaker Peugeot told the Wall Street Journal that the company was deep in talks with Iran Khodro a local automaker to start manufacturing cars in Iran Until 2011 Iran produced a 16 million cars a year and until 2012 the country was Peugeot’s second-biggest market outside France It abandoned its operation there after GM which owns a small stake in Peugeot pressured the company to leave Now that pressure is off and GM itself will likely try to muscle in on Iran’s market But other industries are also eyeing major business including hotels and aviation in a country that in desperate need of overhauling almost every industry More than one US hotel chain has visited Tehran during the past few months and found a wide-open market with huge pent-up demand There is not a single hotel of international standing in all of Iran for example since major chains like Marriott and Hilton have been shut out since the 1970s “We have not had any internationally-managed hotels for four decades” says Rabii who has met with US hotel chains but would not name them “We will have a flood of tourists and business people coming to Iran We can fill hotels for years or decades” Iran is also planning to upgrade its airplanes after decades Since sanctions shut out the two dominant airplane manufacturers the US’s Boeing and Europe’s Airbus Iran has hobbled along buying second-hand airplanes for its national airline Iran Air or fixing their own aging fleet whose airplanes are an average age of 27 years Last year Iran Air CEO Farhad Parvaresh told Reuters that it urgently needed about 100 new planes and would buy them from China or Russia if Western sanctions did not end soon As it looked like sanctions would indeed end sometime soon Iran’s Transport Minister Abbas Akhoundi traveled to the Paris Air Show in June and told reporters the country would spend about $20 billion buying about 400 new planes in the next decade Still Boeing’s regional communications director Fakher Daghestani said in a statement the company would have to wait for the US government to tell them whether they could sell planes to Iran Until then “it would be premature to comment” Not so for other business people Handjani the energy executive says he expects “second and third tier” US companies to open Iran operations first By contrast major publicly traded corporations could hold back waiting to see if the nuclear deal unfolds without great problems especially since any collapse of the nuclear deal could mean a forced exit for companies “We won’t see Goldman Sachs or JP Morgan in Iran not for many years” Handjani said Contact us at editors@timecomNew Line wants to give you the shaft The company which opens the reboot of Vacation on Wednesday is in development on a reboot of Shaft the cult Blaxploitation movie from the 1970s Black-ish creator Kenya Barris and Alex Barnow an executive producer-writer on ABCs The Goldbergs have been tapped to write the script John Davis who is producing the upcoming Man from UNCLE reboot and the new take on Frankenstein with Victor Frankenstein is producing with Ira Napoliello The original movie told of a private detective named John Shaft played by Richard Roundtree who is hired to find a missing girl in Harlem The movie was on the leading edge of Blaxploitation a new genre that seemed to embrace and empower a rising black culture (although some said it only enforced stereotypes) The soundtrack by Isaac Hayes (the theme is one of filmdoms classics) also contributed to the films cult status Shaft got a slick and polished 21st century reboot in 2000 when John Singleton directed Samuel L Jackson who played the nephew of the character This new iteration will have a comedic tone but will retain its action roots Richard Brener and Samuel J Brown are overseeing for the studio Barris Black-ish mixes race and comedy as it tells of a black family living in a mostly white upper-class neighborhood The shows Anthony Anderson is up for an Emmy for outstanding lead actor in a comedy category Barris repped by CAA Principato-Young Entertainment and Morris Yorn also worked on Barbershop 3 currently in production and has a big-screen version of TV show Good Times in development as well as an untitled girls trip comedy that Will Packer is producing at Universal In addition to his work on Goldbergs Barnow co-created the Matthew Perry comedy Mr Sunshine and was a staff writer on The Family Guy He is repped by UTA and Hansen Jacobson Barris and Barnow previously teamed up for an untitled comedy about a white guy who begins to hear Ice Cubes voice in his head which New Line picked up earlier this spring This article originally appeared on Hollywoodreportercom Contact us at editors@timecom Like Cruz, Featured Image Credit: PA Topics: Uk news London The Peoples Democratic Party,Sen. one AK-47riffle, Lewis grew up in Jim Crow Alabama, Cory Booker noted in a tribute to Lewis, Yet the show still had a 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