Berger Paints Plc ( Q32014 Interim Report

first_imgBerger Paints Plc ( listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Building & Associated sector has released it’s 2014 interim results for the third quarter.For more information about Berger Paints Plc ( reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Berger Paints Plc ( company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Berger Paints Plc (  2014 interim results for the third quarter.Company ProfileBerger Paints Plc is a manufacturing company in Nigeria producing paint, surface coating and allied products for the residential, commercial, marine and industrial sectors. The company has an extensive product range which is divided into decorative/architectural finishes, industrial coatings, marine and protection coatings, automotive/vehicle finishes, and wood finishes and preservers. Berger Paints has a manufacturing plant and distribution centre in Lagos and over 25 distribution points in the major towns and cities in Nigeria. Berger Paints Colourworld is a retail outlet which offers a wide range of products and offers support with expertise and colour development software. Colourworld also offers an advanced automotive tinting system and colour software and carries a supply of paint tools and applications. In 2012, Berger Paints Nigeria Plc partnered with KCC Corporation, the largest heavy duty coating manufacturing company in South Korea. The partnership facilitates the supply quality, durable coatings for the marine and protective sectors. The company was established in 1959 by Lewis Berger, a German colour chemist who founded the Berger Paints’ dynasty in London in the late 1970s. Its head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Berger Paints Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchangelast_img read more

Legends Q&A: Jason Robinson, Jonathan Davies and Gavin Hastings

first_imgLATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Here is out Twitter Q&A: [View the story “British legends Q&A” on Storify]center_img COURTESY OF our buddies at HSBC, we have been allowed the opportunity to sit cross-legged at the feet of some of the greats of the game, sticking our hands up and nervously blurting out your questions for them to answer. And bless their hearts, ambassadors Jason Robinson, Jonathan ‘Jiffy’ Davies and Gavin Hastings were kind enough to answer them.last_img

Wales 34-7 Scotland Is Six Nations the new Super Rugby?

first_imgThe Six Nations kicked off with an entertaining game in Cardiff as Wales beat Scotland 34-7 – we analyse whether the northern hemisphere is now replicating the south Wales – Tries: G Davies, Halfpenny 2, S Evans. Cons: Halfpenny 4. Pens: Halfpenny 2.Scotland – Try: Horne. Con: Russell. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Wales 34-7 ScotlandNorthern hemisphere rugby is oft-maligned for being stodgy, forward-orientated and unambitious, yet for those who witnessed the Wales 34-7 Scotland Six Nations game in Cardiff it was anything but.In fact, the level of ambition was such that it could be likened to the southern hemisphere’s Super Rugby or even the Rugby Championship. Those competitions are renowned for attacking flair, end-to-end encounters and high try counts – and the Wales and Scotland teams did their utmost to fulfil that criteria at the Principality Stadium, albeit that the hosts were far more successful than the visitors. Scotland may be known as a team of skills and thrills, but it was Wales who turned on the style and, perhaps more importantly, shut down their opponents while the boys in blue fell significantly short defensively, which is a common criticism of Super Rugby too!Break man: Jonny Gray found an early hole in Wales’ defence. Photo: Getty ImagesThe Scots started at a fast pace, setting out their stall in Wales’ half and looking for chinks in the red wall. Jonny Gray found one within two minutes, taking the ball on the 10m line and striding past Rhys Patchell with purpose only to be penalised at the subsequent breakdown.The Welsh forwards weren’t to be outshone, though. Man of the Match Aaron Shingler made a burst up the middle before Cory Hill and Alun Wyn Jones took the ball on – the Wales skipper proving that you can teach an old(ish) dog new tricks. Rob Evans showed his usual deft touches while Samson Lee palmed a brilliant ball to Ross Moriarty after half an hour and Elliot Dee’s back-handed pop allowed Gareth Davies to break into Scotland’s 22 midway through the second half.These are the sort of ball skills we’re more used to seeing from forwards bedecked in all black, but here they were from two home unions sides wearing red and blue.LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALSBoth fly-halves, Patchell and Finn Russell, relish playing flat to the gain-line and they did so here, keeping those without the ball guessing as to what they would do with it. Sometimes it would be a pop pass, at others it would be a long one out wide; there was a loop move here, a probing kick there. Variety is what every team needs or the opposition can predict all too easily what is about to come next.And the two tens were not afraid to launch attacks from their own 22s either – the conservative approach seemingly shelved. The head may not have been changing direction as often as when watching a tennis match but there were several periods when play flowed from one end of the field to the other, the attacking intent from both sides capable of causing a crick in the neck.center_img Boot boy: Rhys Patchell utilised his kicking game well against Scotland. Photo: Getty ImagesThis sense of purpose with ball in hand was admirable – yet ambition needs to be matched with execution and the flaw in this Test was neither team could be as accurate as the All Blacks. This is where Scotland especially disappointed as again they failed to deliver on the promise and hype leading into this game. The intent was there but the skills simply weren’t executed accurately.Russell and Ali Price are well known for the tempo they bring but it was actually a delay from the scrum-half that allowed his opposite number, Gareth Davies, to pounce on a pass and sprint clear for an interception try. On other occasions they lost their shape and looked muddled in midfield with the new centre pairing of Huw Jones and Chris Harris. Balls were spilled and carriers penalised for holding on after finding themselves isolated.Centre point: Huw Jones could not exert his usual influence in midfield. Photo: Getty ImagesCredit here must go to Wales defence. The Scarlets pair of Hadleigh Parkes and Scott Williams were rock-solid in midfield, firmly holding up the ‘stop’ sign to anyone who headed down their channel. The selection of Josh Navidi at openside may have been questioned by some but his graft at the contact area resulted in turnovers – a facet Scotland were expected to dominate with both Hamish Watson and John Barclay in the back row.Wales found a verve with ball in hand to better that of Scotland, who simply couldn’t get their attacking game to click in order to penetrate the Welsh defence until the closing minutes. Leigh Halfpenny crossed for two tries – his first in a Wales shirt for five years – while Steff Evans wrapped up the bonus point by finishing off a move that involved Shingler and Navidi. That demonstrates just how clinical this Welsh performance was.Bright spark: Leigh Halfpenny scored his first Wales try for five years. Photo: Getty ImagesSo is the Six Nations the new Super Rugby? Well, the desire to keep ball in hand and run from their own half was certainly reminiscent of southern hemisphere teams, albeit that more breaks would result in tries Down Under. Yet the rigid defence (from Wales at least) and ability to change tack with a kick also showed more diversity in tactics than Super Rugby can be known for.There was style and substance on display in Cardiff – will the other four teams deliver the same as the championship continues? And what awaits when Wales visit Twickenham next Saturday? Over time: Gareth Davies scores the opening try for Wales against Scotland. 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Villa in the Palms / Abraham John Architects

first_img Projects Area:  610 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  India Architects: Abraham John Architects Area Area of this architecture project Villa in the Palms / Abraham John ArchitectsSave this projectSaveVilla in the Palms / Abraham John Architects Save this picture!© Edmund Sumner+ 57Curated by Diego Hernández Share “COPY” B.L. Manjunath & Co Houses ArchDaily Photographs:  Edmund Sumnercenter_img Villa in the Palms / Abraham John Architects Structural Consultant: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard CopyHouses•Penha de França, India ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Photographs Design Team:Abraham John, Alan Abraham, Anca Florescu, Neha Gupta, Niranjan Fulsundar, Vatsal MistryCity:Penha de FrançaCountry:IndiaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Edmund SumnerRecommended ProductsDoorsLonghiDoor – HeadlineWindowspanoramah!®ah!38 – FlexibilityWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensWindowsOTTOSTUMM | MOGSWindow Systems – BronzoFinestra B40Text description provided by the architects. Villa in the Palms is named after the 19 towering coconut palms that thrived for decades on the land, which dictated the villa’s concept and footprint. This four-bedroom house overlooks a field and a seasonal stream. Save this picture!AxonometricEmbedded into the natural landscape, Villa in the Palms appears almost village-like, pockets of small homes nestled between 80-year-old coconut trees, nearly invisible from points further up the approach road. The fact that the trees on site existed for decades gives the overall house a very rooted presence.Save this picture!© Edmund SumnerDesign Concept & ProcessThe studio’s design approach is to reconnect architecture with nature. Designing a regular building block would have required the cutting down of several trees to accommodate the programme. To avoid this, the building was carefully designed between the trees, without disrupting the surroundings, and not a single tree was felled during construction.Save this picture!© Edmund SumnerConsequently, the structure is fragmented rather than monolithic, reminiscent of an old-time Goan village but at the same time entirely modern. Each bedroom on the ground floor, for example, feels like a separate home, replete with an en-suite bathroom, a rear garden, a front garden and an internal courtyard flanked by laterite walls. These independent volumes are interconnected with decks, passages, and bridges that meander through the trees and over pools and gardens. Save this picture!© Edmund SumnerThe building design adopts distinct local features and materials of the tropical coastal state of Goa, with exposed local laterite stone walls, sloping roofs, and screens made from 100-year-old recycled teak wood, while the landscape design consists of local tropical species (mostly various types of palms) that maintain their lush greenery through the year. Save this picture!Floor Plan – Level 1Roofs pitched at different angles pay homage to the monsoons and accentuate the staccato nature and fragmented aesthetic of the building. The interstitial roofs which cap each unit individually harvest rainwater, while further visually integrating the building in the lush landscape.Save this picture!© Edmund SumnerBoundaries between the inside and outside are blurred and vast open spaces connect each living space.While everything is open and filled with light and air, the house is still very private. The laterite walls thermally and visually shield each room, maintaining privacy while orienting for the best views of the northern field. Save this picture!© Edmund SumnerThe Northern façade, on the other hand, opens with largely recessed glazing to the fields while not increasing the solar gain.With the thermal mass of the laterite walls, open northern facades & open internal courtyards, the house creates and is designed to be environmentally responsible to its siting, sustainable as far as a private home can be, while respecting the local environment and geography.Save this picture!© Edmund SumnerThe main entrance features a kind of dramatic crescendo, with a view that widens with each footstep – first some exposed laterite stone, then a glimpse of the pool, then the gardens and finally the wide field beyond.  At one side is a sky-lit living room with internal garden and walls of exposed masonry. At the other side is an open kitchen and dining room featuring a wet bar, all overlooking an expansive deck and pool (three distinct water bodies are separated by teak-wood bridges and tree islands). Save this picture!© Edmund SumnerThe infinity swimming pool is fully integrated with the villa, dividing the semi-private areas from the private ones. Save this picture!© Edmund SumnerA bedroom abuts the pool, with a slit window along the floor that enables the ripples of water to reflect onto the ceiling. All the lower floor bathrooms have in-built sunken bathtubs to enjoy the adjoining courtyard landscapes. The last bedroom features a serene indoor-outdoor bathroom where light and shadow create ever-changing landscapesSave this picture!Floor Plan – Level 2On the upper floor, there is a family room, powder room, top-floor garden, and an exquisite master suite. The latter consists of a bedroom and an open library, with a windowed “sky bridge” separating the bedroom from a walk-in closet and large master bathroom. The views from upstairs consist not only of the open field to the north but also a “Goan jungle view” to the south, replete with red-tiled rooftops of the adjoining village. Save this picture!© Edmund SumnerProject gallerySee allShow lessBanyan Tree Anji / ZSD + CL3 Architects + Design Department of Banyan Tree GroupSelected ProjectsJiaxing Qixing Joyful Rural Complex Exhibition Center / Antao Group · ZANSelected Projects Share 2018 “COPY” CopyAbout this officeAbraham John ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesPenha de FrançaIndiaPublished on November 14, 2018Cite: “Villa in the Palms / Abraham John Architects” 14 Nov 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Social campaign asks people to donate towards a child’s trip for a freebie of their own

first_img Lets Travel has launched a campaign with Apples & Pears to give disadvantaged children in London a day trip that gives donors a free trip out of their own.Lets Travel for Children is asking Londoners through social media to #paywhatyoucan to give less travelled primary school children in the city a trip to Stratford on Avon. In return, donors will be offered a day trip to Brighton or Oxford, Blenheim & Bicester Village courtesy of Lets Travel on the 19th November.Donations as small as £5 will secure a place on one of the days out, while all money raised will go towards funding a trip for up to 700 children with Lets Travel covering the rest of the balance for the children’s trip.The campaign is being promoted via the hashtag #paywhatyoucan, and directs donors to a microsite. Tagged with: Fundraising ideas Melanie May | 19 October 2016 | News Khawar Malik, chief executive at The Apples & Pears Foundation said:“We’re delighted to be the charity partner for this initiative which will allow up to 500 children from seven of our partner schools across London to experience the magic of Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon for the first time. Trips like these are increasingly rare for many children across the country but crucial for development skills and making education fun.”  99 total views,  1 views today Social campaign asks people to donate towards a child’s trip for a freebie of their owncenter_img 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 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis26  100 total views,  2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis26last_img read more

Productivity challenges an issue for 87% of charity decision makers

first_img  453 total views,  3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis5  452 total views,  2 views today “Charities are always looking at how they can do more for their beneficiaries and causes, and it is clear from this research that there are real opportunities to maximise that impact by looking at the work of an organisation through the lens of productivity. The need to embed a culture of improvement and skills, alongside technological solutions, to improve productivity within charities is a welcome focus and one which provides much food for thought for fundraising directors and senior leaders across the sector.”The report makes a number of recommendations for improving productivity including:Ensuring committed leadership and an organisational culture centred around the organisation’s charitable objectives.Measuring productivity levels on an ongoing basis by setting up a process to constantly review every area from admin to fundraising, and how they can be improved.Assessing how well different systems work together, identifying opportunities for better integration, with automation and processes in place to ensure multiple software systems integrate.Developing talent by upskilling staff internally, particularly with digital skills, which are transformative at both an organisational and individual level. 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 87% of decision makers in mid-sized charities find productivity a challenge that impacts staff, fundraising, and the quality of service for beneficiaries, according to research by the Access Group, released today. Exploring productivity in the not-for-profit sector reveals that 84% believe improving productivity would have a big impact on their organisation, with 82% saying they believed it would mean better quality of services for their beneficiaries. This is above average found by the Access Group across all business sectors of 71% believing that higher productivity would result in better quality service.Respondents to the survey also said that it would lead to more time to focus on key priorities (73%), increased profits or outputs, and more engaged staff (both 66%).Eight out of ten view improving efficiency in their core job as the key area of importance for boosting productivity, with workplace culture, staff training, communication and technology issues identified as some of the biggest challenges.On average, charity employees are spending almost one fifth (16%) of their time on non-core tasks, such as admin, data requests or venue bookings, in order to get their work done – equating to over 7 working weeks in a year.Lack of integration of software systems and processes was also identified as a significant issue: while almost two-thirds (64%) of charity decision makers need to access information and data from other teams and departments daily (above the UK average of 53%), over half (51%) are unable to access it directly themselves, with charity teams often siloed and using a number of separate systems: 38% say that their organisation uses 5 to 10 different software systems, with a third integrated.Simon Baines, Managing Director of The Access Group’s not-for-profit software and service division, said:“Every charity is under increasing pressure, as well as scrutiny to demonstrate efficiency and transparency while achieving more within a restricted funding environment, which means productivity is as much an issue in the not-for-profit sector as it is for any commercial organisation.“It is hugely encouraging then that there is clear appetite for greater productivity and that the benefits of improving it are well recognised. There is a call to action in the findings of this report, particularly in terms of reviewing and assessing where effective changes can be made across an organisation and the positive impact this can have on its culture, its people and ultimately frontline services and beneficiaries.”Commenting on the findings, Dan Fluskey, Head of Policy and External Affairs at the Institute of Fundraising said: Advertisement Productivity challenges an issue for 87% of charity decision makerscenter_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis5 Melanie May | 21 November 2019 | News Meredith Niles, Executive Director of Fundraising and Engagement at Marie Curie UK also commented on the report. She said:“Because we are investing donors’ money to make a positive social impact, charities have a moral imperative to take productivity seriously. As a sector we are achieving great work, but often we end up cutting corners on core systems and processes in the well-intentioned desire to put as much resource as possible into the front line. This report is important because it highlights the false economy of this thinking and I encourage my peers to read it and share it with their executive teams and boards.” Tagged with: productivity Research / statisticslast_img read more

AFP confirms that three foreign journalists were arrested near Ajdabiya

first_img June 24, 2020 Find out more March 22, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 AFP confirms that three foreign journalists were arrested near Ajdabiya News Organisation RSF_en Reporters Without Borders is deeply concerned about two Agence France-Presse journalists and a US photographer who, according to information newly obtained by AFP, were arrested by pro-Gaddafi forces near Ajdabiya on 19 March. AFP had not heard from its two reporters since the evening of 18 March.The two AFP journalists are Dave Clark, 38, who is British, and Roberto Schmidt, 45, who has German and Colombian dual nationality. The US photographer who was travelling with them is Joe Raedle, 45, of Getty Images.In a press release today, AFP said a Libyan driver, Mohamed Hamed, told the news agency that on Saturday morning he took the three journalists from Tobruk on the road to Ajdabiya, where Gaddafi loyalists have been fighting eastern rebels. “ A few dozen kilometres from Ajdabiya, they encountered a convoy of military jeeps and transport vehicles. They turned around, but were intercepted by the soldiers who caught up with them and forcibly arrested them, the driver said.”The press release added: “Four soldiers ordered the journalists out of their vehicle at gunpoint. Clark, an experienced foreign correspondent, identified themselves in Arabic as journalists, the driver said. They were then ordered to kneel on the side of the road with their hands on their heads. Other civilians and ambulances arrived on the scene and were controlled by soldiers who arrived in large number, Hamed said. The soldiers then set fire to several vehicles, including that used by the journalists, who were put into a military vehicle and driven away.”The confirmation of their arrest brings the number of journalists currently detained in Libya to seven. Al-Jazeera reported on 19 March that four of its journalists were being held by pro-Gaddafi forces. The four – Mauritanian reporter Ahmed Vall Ould el-Dine, Tunisian reporter Lotfi Messaoudi, Norwegian photographer Ammar Al-Hamdane and British photographer Kamel Ataloua – were arrested near the western town of Zawiya.Reporters Without Borders is also without any news of six Libyan journalists.The press freedom organization is nonetheless reassured to learned that French freelance photographer Stéphane Lehr has reestablished contact with Polaris Images, the photo agency he is currently working for. Polaris Images director Jean-Pierre Pappis said he got an email from Lehr last night, after more than 24 hours without hearing from himRead:,39837.html LibyaMiddle East – North Africa December 17, 2019 Find out more Follow the news on Libya Receive email alerts Help by sharing this information center_img News News Six imprisoned journalists to finally appear in court in Istanbul LibyaMiddle East – North Africa February 23, 2021 Find out more to go further News Well-known Libyan journalist missing since his arrest On Libyan revolution’s 10th anniversary, authorities urged to guarantee press freedomlast_img read more

Disney+ to Exclusively Premiere Documentary ‘Own the Room’ on March 12

first_img Previous articleSherweb Executives Fontaine and Slater Named CRN Channel Chiefs For 2021Next articleEmera Creates $5 Million Inclusion & Diversity Fund Digital AIM Web Support TAGS  BURBANK, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 8, 2021– Following the success of the Emmy Award-winning, Sundance and SXSW audience favorite “ Science Fair,” National Geographic Documentary Films and filmmakers Cristina Costantini and Darren Foster are joining forces once again on the feature documentary “ Own the Room”, which will premiere exclusively on Disney+ on March 12. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: Credit: National Geographic Documentary Films and Disney+ “ Own the Room” chronicles five students from disparate corners of the planet as they take their budding business ventures to Macau, China, to compete in the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards. Santosh is from a small farming town in Nepal; Alondra works the register at her family’s bakery in Puerto Rico; Henry is a programming wiz from Nairobi; Jason is a marketing machine from Greece; and Daniela, an immigrant fleeing the crisis in Venezuela, is taking on the chemical industry from her lab at NYU. In the uplifting film, each of the business hopefuls has overcome immense obstacles in pursuing their dreams, from hurricanes to poverty to civil unrest. As they represent their countries as the top student entrepreneurs, the high-stakes global finals are their opportunity to win worldwide attention and the coveted $100,000 grand prize to make their life-changing business ideas a reality and transform the world. “ Own the Room” is the second film from the Emmy and DuPont Award-winning documentary filmmaking duo and National Geographic Documentary Films for Disney+. “ Science Fair,” from Costantini and Foster, made its streaming debut on Disney+ last year when the service launched. Additional Nat Geo Doc Films also streaming on Disney+ include the Oscar ® -winning “ Free Solo ” and the most awarded film of 2017, “ Jane.” “Given the difficult time our world is facing, this enthusiastic and determined group of young entrepreneurs are a ray of hope for a better, brighter future,” said co-directors Costantini and Foster. “We are excited to be working alongside National Geographic again and cannot imagine a more perfect platform than Disney+ to share these incredible stories and inspire children and adults alike to make a positive impact on our world.” “We are thrilled to be partnering again with brilliant directing duo, Cristina and Darren, to tell this much-needed story of hope and optimism,” said Carolyn Bernstein, executive vice president of Scripted Content and Documentary Films at National Geographic. “‘ Own the Room ’’s trailblazing group of young innovators are audaciously pushing boundaries to create a better world for generations to come, and their extraordinary work deserves our attention.” “ Own the Room ” is produced by Shopify Studios and Saville Productions for National Geographic Documentary Films. Rupert Maconick and Jeffrey Plunkett serve as producers. Tobias Lütke, Jason Badal, Colin McRae, Carolyn Bernstein and Ryan Harrington serve as executive producers. About Disney+ Disney+ is the dedicated streaming home for movies and shows from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and more. As part of Disney’s Media and Entertainment Distribution segment, Disney+ is available on most internet-connected devices and offers commercial-free programming with a variety of original feature-length films, documentaries, live-action and animated series, and short-form content. Alongside unprecedented access to Disney’s incredible library of film and television entertainment, the service is also the exclusive streaming home for the latest releases from The Walt Disney Studios. Disney+ is available as part of a bundle offer that gives subscribers access to Disney+, Hulu (ad-supported), and ESPN+. Visit to subscribe and/or learn more about the service. About National Geographic Documentary Films National Geographic Partners LLC (NGP), a joint venture between The Walt Disney Company and the National Geographic Society, is committed to bringing the world premium science, adventure and exploration content across an unrivaled portfolio of media assets. NGP combines the global National Geographic television channels (National Geographic Channel, Nat Geo WILD, Nat Geo MUNDO, Nat Geo PEOPLE) with National Geographic’s media and consumer-oriented assets, including National Geographic magazines; National Geographic studios; related digital and social media platforms; books; maps; children’s media; and ancillary activities that include travel, global experiences and events, archival sales, licensing and e-commerce businesses. Furthering knowledge and understanding of our world has been the core purpose of National Geographic for 133 years, and now we are committed to going deeper, pushing boundaries, going further for our consumers … and reaching millions of people around the world in 172 countries and 43 languages every month as we do it. NGP returns 27 percent of our proceeds to the nonprofit National Geographic Society to fund work in the areas of science, exploration, conservation and education. For more information visit or, or find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn and Pinterest. About Shopify Studios Shopify Studios is a film and TV production company with a mission to inspire entrepreneurship via original, entertaining, and thought-provoking storytelling. Working in partnership with internationally known creators and talent, Shopify Studios develops, produces, and finances an array of content across a variety of mediums, genres, and formats—all spotlighting facets of the entrepreneurial journey. Visit to learn more. View source version on CONTACT: Media:Disney+: Andrea Gruber [email protected] Geographic Documentary Films: Kristin Montalbano [email protected] Bond [email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA CALIFORNIA DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: FILM & MOTION PICTURES GENERAL ENTERTAINMENT OTHER ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENT TV AND RADIO SOURCE: National Geographic Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/08/2021 01:30 PM/DISC: 02/08/2021 01:31 PM Facebook Local NewsBusiness Pinterest WhatsApp Disney+ to Exclusively Premiere Documentary ‘Own the Room’ on March 12center_img Twitter Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp By Digital AIM Web Support – February 8, 2021 last_img read more

Tornadoes Destroy Homes, Communities in Ohio

first_imgHome / Daily Dose / Tornadoes Destroy Homes, Communities in Ohio Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Tornadoes Destroy Homes, Communities in Ohio Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Tagged with: Homes natural disaster Ohio Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Previous: Exercising Caution in Property Preservation Next: Update in Case Regarding Alleged Price-Rigging of GSE Bonds Share Save Sign up for DS News Daily  Print This Post Related Articles Mike Albanese is a reporter for DS News and MReport. He is a University of Alabama graduate with a degree in journalism and a minor in communications. He has worked for publications—both print and online—covering numerous beats. A Connecticut native, Albanese currently resides in Lewisville. Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Residents in Dayton, Ohio, have been left to pick up the pieces after three tornadoes caused widespread damage on Monday.It was reported by ABC News that more than 80,000 people—more than half of Dayton’s reported population—were left without power early Tuesday morning. The storm has caused one confirmed death. “I don’t know that any community that is fully prepared for this type of devastation,” Dayton Assistant Fire Chief Nicholas Hosford said Tuesday on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”ABC went on to report that there were 51 tornadoes across eight states on Monday—Idaho, Colorado, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio—and severe weather remains a threat through Wednesday.Ohio, and some of its larger metros, are no strangers to these storms.A Redfin report in April outlined the metros at most risk for a natural disaster, and three Ohio metros found their names on the list. Cleveland and Columbus, which is located 71 miles from Dayton, had a natural disaster ranking of 23. Cincinnati was close behind with a natural disaster ranking of 24. Cincinnati is located 54 miles from Dayton.According to the Redfin report, Columbus and Cleveland have experienced a combined 138 tornadoes. Cincinnati has 46 on record and Columbus’ 78 tornadoes were tied for second most on the list with Atlanta, Georgia, and Minneapolis, Minnesota.Those impacted by the storm also face the dangers of foreclosure. CoreLogic released a study in May that stated without proper insurance, many homeowners impacted by natural disasters such as tornadoes may be at increased risk of foreclosure. CoreLogic’s 2019 Insurance Coverage Adequacy Report reveals how underinsurance can leave an impact on the lending industry.“The disruption of a family’s regular flow of income and payments, as well as substantial loss in property value, can trigger mortgage default; especially if homeowners are underinsured and cannot afford to rebuild,” said Frank Nothaft, Chief Economist for CoreLogic.Disruption to income from natural disasters including wildfires, tornadoes, and hurricanes can lead to mortgage defaults, and CoreLogic notes that delinquency and foreclosures typically spike in an affected area following a disaster.“The financial impact of underinsurance touches everyone; this is especially true after a catastrophic event where widespread property damage can cost billions of dollars,” CoreLogic stated in the report.The Five Star Institute will host its Disaster Preparedness Symposium on July 31 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Natural disasters impact investors, service providers, mortgage servicers, government agencies, legal professionals, lenders, property preservation companies, and—most importantly—homeowners.The 2019 Five Star Disaster Preparedness Symposium will include critical conversations on response, reaction and assistance, to ensure the industry is ready to lend the proper support the next time a natural disaster strikes.  Homes natural disaster Ohio 2019-05-28 Mike Albanese The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, News, Servicing Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago May 28, 2019 1,612 Views About Author: Mike Albanese Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Subscribe The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days agolast_img read more

13 people awaiting admission at LUH

first_img WhatsApp Facebook By admin – August 25, 2016 13 people awaiting admission at LUH LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Google+ Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Homepage BannerNews Previous articleOllie Horgan looking forward to Hoops visitNext articleSinn Fein insist internal memo from Dept. of Finance shows it’s unfair to abolish USC admin WhatsApp Nine Til Noon Show – Listen back to Wednesday’s Programme center_img Google+ Twitter Facebook Pinterest There continues to be pressure on the Emergency Department at Letterkenny University HospitalThere were 10 people on trolleys in the department this morning, and three waiting on overflow areas in wards, effectively, 13 people in need of admission for whom there were no beds.Elective surgery has been cancelled on a number of occasions this week, with the numbers on trolleys in the ED in double figures for three days running.Cllr Gerry Mc Monagle is a member of the HSE West Regional Forum, he wants Minister Simon Harris to get involved………….Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Pinterest GAA decision not sitting well with Donegal – Mick McGrath RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this weeklast_img read more