Tags: Spillemyndigheden Two further reports from Spillemyndigheden confirmed that more men than women participate in online gambling overall, and that young men are asking for the most help when it comes to problem gambling. Number of Danish players self-excluding rises beyond 25,000 25th March 2021 | By Marese O’Hagan Licensing The report also revealed that 76% of those on the ROFUS register are men. The latter noted a link between young men suffering with problem gambling and beginning to gamble at an early age. StopSpillet, a helpline ran by the Danish Gambling Authority, found that out of a sample of 530 players with gambling problems, 450 had gambled before they turned 25. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Last week Spillemyndigheden won approval to block 55 gambling websites that had been operating in Denmark unlicenced. Regions: Europe Denmark AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter The increase may be due to changes in Spillemyndigheden rules around marketing and ROFUS referral. On January 1 2020 it became mandatory for gaming operators to include ROFUS information in their marketing. A report from Denmark’s gambling regulator Spillemyndigheden has revealed that the number of players joining the country’s Register of Voluntarily Excluded Players (ROFUS) had risen beyond 25,000 as of the end of 2020. With 21,586 players having self-excluded as of the end of 2019, 2020’s figure represented a 16.6% year-on-year increase. Topics: Licensing Regulation Problem gambling Responsible gambling Email Address Around 4,000 players have joined the register each year since 2016. The findings revealed that by the end of 2012, 1,500 players were on the ROFUS. In 2020, that number had increased to 25,176 players, a rise of 1,566%.
Beta Glass Company (BETAGL.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Industrial holding sector has released it’s 2019 abridged results.For more information about Beta Glass Company (BETAGL.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Beta Glass Company (BETAGL.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Beta Glass Company (BETAGL.ng) 2019 abridged results.Company ProfileBeta Glass Company Plc manufactures, distributes and sells glassware for the local market in Nigeria and for international export. The company supplies glass bottles and containers to the soft drinks, wine and spirits, pharmaceutical and cosmetic sectors in Nigeria as well as exports to Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Mauritius, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Togo. Beta Glass Company has manufacturing plants in Agbara Ogun state and in Ughelli Delta state. The company is a subsidiary of Frigoglass Industries Nigeria Plc. Its head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Beta Glass Company Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
When did you start playing rugby?My older brother Patrick played at Northern (in Gosforth) and Dad did some coaching so I went to watch, then joined in when I was about five.You’re from Newcastle, so what is your Irish heritage?My parents are Irish. My mum is from Waterford and my dad was born in Tanzania but spent his early youth in Belfast.Did you play other sports?Football was my main sport from eight to about 13. I was contracted to the Newcastle United Academy. Then I went to boarding school at Sedbergh and rugby took over. I played cricket, too, and captained my county age groups.Which position do you prefer?I’d like to be a ten who can play 15. I really enjoy goalkicking too. I’ve never found it a chore.Why did you join Ulster?I liked the set-up and it meant I could do a degree as well as playing full-time. I’m reading politics.Who have you played for this season?Ulster A and Ballynahinch. On target: Johnny McPhillips in goal-kicking action for Ulster A. (Photo: Inpho) Date of birth 13 March 1997. Country Ireland TAGS: Ulster LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS You played for England U18…Yes, then I signed for Ulster Academy when I left school and got involved with Ireland U20 from there.Was playing for Ireland U20 good last year?It was massively positive and I got better through the whole experience. Now I want to keep working hard, hopefully get some senior caps for Ulster and have a good Six Nations with Ireland U20.RW Verdict: Simon Mulholland and Chris Mahon at Sedbergh helped to turn McPhillips from a footballer into a rugby player. He has the temperament and talent to go from strength to strength for Ulster and Ireland. First published in the February 2017 edition of Rugby World magazine.
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I would like to express particular thanks to Kent County Cricket Club for so generously offering the use of their ground, and to those who are working hard to ensure the St Peter’s team enjoy a memorable tour. I also pray that the match will draw attention to the very serious problem of modern slavery and human trafficking, which our two churches are working closely together to combat through the work of the Global Freedom Network.”Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi, president of the Pontifical Council for Culture, said: “’If you want to arrive first, run alone. If you want to go far, walk together.’ For this sporting initiative I recall this Kenyan proverb, as it states so simply our need for teamwork, and with clear reference to the charitable aspect chosen, namely the issue of human trafficking, a plague which hurts most those who are left alone and abandoned. In our culture of massive movement of peoples, sport challenges us to examine not just how hospitable we are, as individual athletes, but also how similar we are, for as Jean Giraudoux affirms, “sport is the real esperanto of the peoples”. Look at the great success of the World Cup in Brazil! We do well to recall this in our pastoral work!”Read more about the match – including details of the squads – on the Pontifical Council for Culture website. Tags An Evening with Aliya Cycon Playing the Oud Lancaster, PA (and streaming online) July 3 @ 7 p.m. ET Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Director of Music Morristown, NJ Rector Albany, NY Rector Martinsville, VA
By Ashley Davenport – Oct 15, 2019 The nation’s corn crop continues to lag in maturity.According to the latest USDA Crop Progress Report, 73 percent of the nation’s corn is mature, 19 points behind the five-year average, and 23 points behind 2018.In Indiana, the crop is 72 percent mature, compared to the five-year average of 98 and the 2018 rating of 99.24 percent of Indiana’s corn crop is harvested, an increase of nine points from the week prior, still lagging behind 2018’s harvest progress of 49 percent.30 percent of Indiana’s soybeans have been harvested, 19 points behind last year’s harvest, and 17 points behind the five-year average.33 percent of Indiana’s corn and soybeans are rated good to excellent. Facebook Twitter SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Indiana Corn Crop Struggles to Maturity Previous articleUSDA Recognizing, Empowering School Meal ProfessionalsNext articleUSDA Opens 2020 Enrollment for ARC, PLC Ashley Davenport Facebook Twitter Indiana Corn Crop Struggles to Maturity SHARE
Papua New GuineaAsia – Pacific Receive email alerts August 30, 2012 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Foreign media barred from covering Australia’s refugee processing centre Melanesia: Facebook algorithms censor article about press freedom in West Papua RSF_en Follow the news on Papua New Guinea Help by sharing this information Papua New GuineaAsia – Pacific August 23, 2019 Find out more News August 12, 2020 Find out more News to go further News reporting hit by Internet blackout in West Papua News April 16, 2020 Find out more Organisation News Reporters Without Borders condemns Papua New Guinea’s decision to temporarily ban visits by foreign journalists wanting to cover Australia’s plans to reopen an old detention centre on Manus Island – an island belonging to PNG that lies off its northern coast – and use it for processing asylum seekers.”It is vital that journalists should be able to cover this kind of development, especially when it concerns such as sensitive subject as refugees,” Reporters Without Borders said. “We urge the PNG government to lift this ban at once so that reporters can cover the reopening of the centre.” Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced on 13 August that her government would start sending asylum seekers to Christmas Island (an Australian territory) for processing by the end of September, and to Manus Island at a later date.Australia’s announced use of PNG territory to detain asylum-seekers is still very controversial in PNG. “There’s no law in PNG that allows people to be detained without being charged,” said National Capital District governor Powes Parkop, a former member of the ruling coalition.Sydney-based Fairfax Media has reported that two of its journalists submitted visa applications to visit Manus Island on 15 August. Their applications were approved by the PNG prime minister’s office within 24 hours but were then denied by the Immigration and Citizenship Service.A spokesperson for the Immigration and Citizenship Service subsequently told Fairfax that the foreign minister had banned “the issuance of visas to foreign media personnel until further notice.” Fairfax has appealed.Foreign minister Rimbink Pato cited national security when defending the temporary ban in an interview on 24 August, saying it would prevent misreporting that could be ‘‘misinterpreted.’’ There was “no need for the access” at the moment, he said, adding that eventually “everyone will be invited to come and see what we’ve achieved.” PNG was ranked 35th out of 179 countries in the 2011/2012 Reporters Without Borders press freedom index.More information Papua New Guinea: Government minister calls for two reporters to be fired over Covid-19 coverage
RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Facebook News Previous articleVoting underway in Local and European elections in DonegalNext articleMan appears in court charged with sexual offences against children in Donegal News Highland Counting of votes in North’s Local elections to begin this afternoon 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Counting of votes cast in Northern Ireland’s European and local government elections is to begin later.The verification of election ballots is expected to be completed by mid-afternoon, and the first council seats should be declared by about 6pm.All results from the 11 new councils should be known by Saturday evening.In the Derry/Strabane Supercouncil, a total of 71 candidates contested the 40 seats up that are for grabs in the newly drawn up seven district electoral wards.It’s understood that the turnout in Strabane was just over 53%, while it was just over 50% in Derry. By News Highland – May 23, 2014 Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire WhatsApp Twitter Twitter Facebook Google+ Pinterest Google+ WhatsApp 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal
‘Competing Interest Of Health Of Students & Providing Nursing Services To Common Man’: Allahabad HC Seeks UP Govt’s Reply In Plea Against Reopening Of Nursing Educational Institutions [Read Order]
News Updates’Competing Interest Of Health Of Students & Providing Nursing Services To Common Man’: Allahabad HC Seeks UP Govt’s Reply In Plea Against Reopening Of Nursing Educational Institutions [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK2 July 2020 4:47 AMShare This – xThe Allahabad High Court on Wednesday asked Additional Advocate General Manish Goel to seek instructions from the UP Government regarding re-opening of nursing educational institutions in the state. “Considering the competing interest of securing life/ health of students vis-a-vis requirement of providing nursing services to the common man, it would be appropriate to permit the…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Allahabad High Court on Wednesday asked Additional Advocate General Manish Goel to seek instructions from the UP Government regarding re-opening of nursing educational institutions in the state. “Considering the competing interest of securing life/ health of students vis-a-vis requirement of providing nursing services to the common man, it would be appropriate to permit the learned Additional Advocate General appearing for the State to obtain specific instructions in the matter from the department concerned,” single bench of Justice Ashwani Kumar Mishra has ordered. The direction is passed in a petition filed by few nursing students impugning Government Order dated May 7, 2020, “mandatorily requiring” all final year students of government and private nursing educational institutions to report on campus. The Petitioners, appearing through Senior Advocate Anoop Trivedi and Advocates Abhinav Gaur and Vibhu Rai, had cited various health hazards associated with requiring physical presence of students. They had also drawn attention of the court towards order dated June 29, 2020, passed by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs, extending the lock down. As per the said order inter-alia, all educational institutions are to remain closed till 31st July, 2020. AAG Manish Goel and Advocate Pankaj Rai, appearing for the State, however submitted that the decision to reopen the nursing courses was based upon a circular issued by the Union Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, dated 16th June, 2020. It was further urged that nursing staff is otherwise required to meet the imminent need due to Covid 19 Pandemic. Emphasizing on the need to balance the interest of the nursing students and the requirement for medical staff, the court has issued notice and has posted the matter for hearing on July 8. The court has also asked the Petitioners to implead Union of India and the Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi, as parties so that they may also obtain instructions in the matter by the next date fixed.A similar petition was also mentioned before a division bench of the High Court comprised by Justice MK Gupta and Justice YK Srivastava. The bench has agreed to hear the petition mentioned by Advocate Shashank Shri Tripathi on an urgent basis. Accordingly, a special bench has been formed during the HC vacation period, to hear the matter on July 3. Case Details: Case Title: Narendra Kumar Singh & Ors. v. State of UP & Ors. Case No.: Writ C No. 10776/2020 Quorum: Justice Ashwani Kumar Mishra Appearance: Senior Advocate Anoop Trivedi and Advocates Abhinav Gaur and Vibhu Rai (for Petitioners); AAG Manish Goel and Advocate Pankaj Rai (for State) Click Here To Download Order Read Order Next Story
More from Thursday’s City Council meeting:City Council Buys Time on Irrigation RequirementOcean City Gives Final OK to Bamboo BanMore coverage to be posted on Friday__________Sign up for OCNJ Daily’s free newsletter and breaking news alerts“Like” us on Facebook Ocean City will spend as much as $1.75 million to repair the track and install artificial turf at Carey Stadium, adjacent to Ocean City High School, near Sixth Street and Boardwalk.In a 6-1 vote Thursday, City Council gave final approval to an ordinance that authorizes funding $1.25 million to install an artificial turf field and to resurface the track at Carey Stadium.Another $500,000 is already in place for the project.The potential spending on the city-owned field that serves as home to Ocean City High School teams is part of a larger bond ordinance that calls for $1.44 million in appropriations and $1.36 million in borrowing. The proposed ordinance would include a $150,000 appropriation for purchase of two new Ocean City Fire Department trucks (another $675,000 is already in place) and a $35,000 appropriation for installation of a generator at the fire department’s 46th Street station.The property, located between Ocean City High School and the Ocean City Boardwalk between Fifth and Sixth streets, is owned and maintained by the City of Ocean City.If the ordinance passes, work on the track and field could begin later this fall and be ready for the spring sports seasons, according to Jim Mallon, assistant to Mayor Jay Gillian. Earlier this month, City Council approved advertising for bids from contractors to complete the job.In public comment, Wesley Avenue resident John Feairheller warned of the surprise costs and considerations of the project. He said he was the engineer for turf field projects in Atlantic City.He said the city should plan on five months of construction, the displacement of spring or fall sports and even the potential relocation of graduation. He said the city will need a staging area for a lot of dirt — the “carpet” of artificial turf sits on two feet of stone. The stone sits atop drainage that will need to be tied into existing outfall pipes, raising cost and capacity issues — “the numbers are always extra,” he said.Feairheller raised other issues. In track, javelin throws can’t pierce the turf field and discus tosses ding the material. Superstorm Sandy was not friendly to the fields in Atlantic City, he said.Feairheller said he doesn’t support or oppose the project. He just wanted the city to be aware of the potential costs.“I see no problem with putting the funding in place,” Councilman Mike DeVlieger said.Council members said the ordinance authorizes the spending but does not yet approve the work on the project.“We’ll do our homework along the way,” Council President Tony Wilson said.Councilman Pete Guinosso cast the dissenting vote.