News Crimean journalist “confesses” to spying for Ukraine on Russian TV August 23, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Local newspaper editor badly beaten September 7, 2020 Find out more News Reporters Without Borders today condemned the violent beating of Ihor Mosiyshuck, the editor of the privately-owned local daily Veshirniy Vasylkiv, by unidentified youths on a street in his home town of Vasylkiv on 14 August. The youths did not take the thousand dollars he had in his wallet. The police said they would investigate, calling it a case of “hooliganism.”“We urge the Ukrainian authorities to bring all the facts of this case to the light of day and not to rule out the possibility that the attack was linked to the victim’s work as a journalist,” Reporters Without Borders said.Mosiyshuck has left the hospital where he was taken after the attack but is still suffering from cranial traumatism and has many bruises on his body. He told Reporters Without Borders he was convinced it was linked to his work. Both he and his wife had recently received many threatening phone calls, he said.Mosiyshuck published a series of articles claiming that members of the town council made a lot of money from the privatisation of municipal land. He also ran an investigative report on the desire of certain officials to reopen a controversial fuel storage depot that was closed a year ago because it emitted toxic gases. RSF_en Ukrainian media group harassed by broadcasting authority UkraineEurope – Central Asia UkraineEurope – Central Asia to go further News February 26, 2021 Find out more March 26, 2021 Find out more News Organisation Ukraine escalates “information war” by banning three pro-Kremlin media Follow the news on Ukraine Receive email alerts Help by sharing this information
WhatsApp Twitter Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Twitter Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Google+ Homepage BannerNews There’s been a major drug seizure in Donegal.Gardai say the Letterkenny District Drugs unit obtained a search warrant and searched a house in the Letterkenny area yesterday, July 12th.€19,800 worth of amphetamine and €8,400 worth of cannabis was seized from the property. One person has been arrested and charged to court in relation to the seizure. Google+ By News Highland – July 13, 2019 Facebook WhatsApp Pinterest Previous articleTyrone see off tough Rossie challenge to pick up Super 8s win – FT Report & ReactionNext articleBreaking: Road closed following serious crash at Burt News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Gardai seize over €28,000 worth of drugs Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Pinterest Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Community Enhancement Programme open for applications
Cargill’s new texture solutions combining pectin and starch are usable in all types of bakery fillings.The products, obtained by using specific combinations of Unipectine pectins and starches from Cargill’s C*Tex, C*CreamTex and C*PolarTex ranges, cover a large variety of uses, from ready-to-use bakery fillings to tailored formulations. Said Virginie Langendorff, Cargill’s processed fruit application leader, for Europe, Middle East & Africa: “Cargill can offer the best possible solution whether for a single ingredient or in combination. This has given us the freedom to design new textures and functionalities with different applications in mind, based on the distinctive strengths offered by each product range.”The new formulations cover bakery fillings ranging from neutral to acid, high or low solubility, and from bake-stable to post-bake applications.
1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The Governmental Affairs Conference has begun! It’s the biggest week of the year for credit unions and we will bring you coverage every day of CUNA’s 2015 conference. Check out the links below for the latest from Day 1 at #CUNAGAC!CU Magazine: Your Foundation: Providing Impactful PhilanthropyCU Magazine: Advocacy Gives CUs, Members a United VoiceCU Magazine: Desjardins Winners Committed to Financial EducationCU Magazine: Maxwell, Herring Winners Honor Duty to ServeCU Magazine: McChrystal: Beware the Pitfalls of ‘Predictive Hubris’CUNA News Now: NEW: NCUA’s Matz calls 2015 year of reg. reliefCUNA News Now: CU advocacy efforts take center stage during 2015 GACCUNA News Now: GAC: McChrystal presents first-ever ED (Filene) TalkCUNA News Now: GAC: Small CU roundtable explores ‘Five to Thrive’ growth strategiesCUNA News Now: GAC: CUs share their ‘Unite for Good’ storiesCU Times: Metsger Encourages Industry Evolution: Onsite CoverageCU Times: NCUA writing supplemental capital rule: Onsite at GACCU Times: Kasasa Now Flying Under Own Brand: Onsite CoverageCU Times: Credit Unions Are Like Coral Reefs: Onsite Coverage
Everything is bigger in Texas, and that certainly holds true for the stakes when the Wisconsin football team travels to the Lone Star State in August to take on Louisiana State University.But even back in Madison, Wisconsin Athletics is taking a page out of the Texan playbook and going big.As a new group of athletes prepare to come to Wisconsin this fall for their respective sports, and the new class of freshmen prepare for their first year of college, all newcomers alike will enter a Division I university where athletics are often synonymous with success.However, it didn’t used to be like this. In fact, at one point in the not-so-distant past, being a Badger was hardly synonymous with success on the playing field.Wisconsin football struggled for some time after an appearance in the 1963 Rose Bowl, not returning to a bowl game until the 1980s. The Wisconsin basketball team, which won its only national championship in 1941, is now expected to make the NCAA tournament year after year. Even the men’s hockey team went through its own turmoil in the latter part of the 1990s and early 2000s. But thanks to coaching changes and Barry Alvarez becoming athletic director in 2005, Wisconsin has made drastic improvements — and not just limited to one sport or even just to the three previously mentioned.The fact of the matter is that Wisconsin used to be a one-trick pony. Hockey was one of the few — if not the only — good things the Wisconsin athletic department had going for it for the longest time. Legendary coach Bob Johnson built the Badgers into a perennial power in hockey and won multiple national championships while at the helm. But outside of hockey, the Badgers were just plain brutal. Things got so bad in the late 1980s and early 1990s that Wisconsin had to cut five varsity sports, including baseball. The football team was underperforming and hemorrhaging so much money that those sports were no longer in the budget.However, hiring Alvarez as the football coach in 1990 not only turned around the football program but the entire athletic department. Slowly but surely, Wisconsin has made the transition from having a one-trick pony to having a horse in nearly every race.Wisconsin football’s string of three Rose Bowl berths came to a halt this past season, but in the hands of a new coach this season, the Badgers look to be in the driver’s seat to head to the Big Ten Championship Game and perhaps their fourth ‘Granddaddy of Them All’ in the last five years.As for the Wisconsin men’s basketball team, they’re coming off a year in which they set a school record for the best start to open a season and then followed that with an unprecedented run to the Final Four, the first since 2000 and the first in head coach Bo Ryan’s tenure.Things were quite good in the athletic department going into the fall of 2000, as well, with a Rose Bowl win and a Final Four berth the previous school year. But unlike back then, Wisconsin has a lot more going for it today than just football and men’s basketball. The men’s hockey team made its second straight appearance in the NCAA tournament this past year, the women’s hockey team went back to the Frozen Four. Under first-year head coach Kelly Sheffield, the Wisconsin volleyball team made it to the national title game. Wisconsin’s softball team made its second straight NCAA tournament appearance this year. Oh, and don’t forget the Wisconsin men’s soccer team also made the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1995 this year, too.That’s not to say that everything is ho-hum in the land of Badger athletics right now. The men’s hockey team did graduate nine seniors this year and lost two talented players early to the NHL. The football team lost several key members, as well, most notably one of the better running backs in school history in James White and perhaps the greatest linebacker yet in Chris Borland. In addition, the men’s basketball team lost one of the best sharpshooters in recent memory with Ben Brust’s graduation.However, through all of these changes, one thing remains the same: the success of Wisconsin sports is here to stay. By the time this freshman class graduates from this university the wins will outweigh the losses.About 30 years ago, the only thing to cheer for was the end of another drubbing in football and the start of the Fifth Quarter. Thankfully, and more so than ever, right now is a good time to be a Badger.
12 Aug 2015 Shropshire’s Williams is England’s champion golf captain Shropshire’s Malcolm Williams is England’s champion golf captain – claiming the title a year after he almost gave up the game.“I was thinking about giving up because I was so bad,” remembered Williams (image © Leaderboard Photography), who was the 2007 captain at Worfield Golf Club.The turning point came at the 2014 final of the England Golf Captains’ tournament when his caddy made a couple of suggestions which, he said, “made a tremendous difference to my game.”He confirmed it today in the 2015 final at Frilford Heath Golf Club, Oxfordshire, when he added 40 points to his opening 35 and won the championship by a point.“This means an awful lot, especially when there are so many captains taking part from all over the country,” said Williams.“I wasn’t expecting it all. Yesterday 35 points wasn’t really anywhere, but 40 points today made a big difference,” added the 16-handicapper.“I was just very steady, nothing dramatic, but it all seemed to come together.”The runner-up on 74 points was Martin Wainman from Wychwood Park, Cheshire; while third place was taken by Alan Brack of Crook, Durham, who had 73 points.The final was played as part of the new Golf Week, a five-day festival run by England Golf to celebrate team and handicap players.Click here for full scores.
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Photos by Patrick Olivero MIDDLETOWN – Brookdale Community College’s 90.5 FM radio station held its second annual .5K fun run/walk Saturday, Nov 2. The idea of the half-kilometer run was inspired by the radio station’s “point 5” address on the radio dial. The station’s deejays, family, friends, students and faculty took the route through the leafy campus. At the end, Jack Skuller of The Skullers provided the music, and there were refreshments. Participants were offered tours of the studio by radio personalities and shown how the staff produces pre-recorded messages and mixes music.
27 July 2011South Africa’s Standard Bank Group has again been named Africa’s top bank in The Banker magazine’s 2011 rankings of the world’s top banks by their Tier 1 capital.It also rose from 106th to 94th place in the list of 1000 top banks in the world.Standard Bank Group Deputy CEO Sim Tshabalala said the bank’s continued rise up The Banker’s rankings table demonstrated the group’s strength and ability to implement its strategy across Africa.“It is particularly pleasing to achieve a top ranking on the basis of objective criteria applied by an independent journal,” Tshabalala said in a statement this month. “The ranking points again to the substance in our strategy to keep Africa firmly at the core of Standard Bank Group.”Leading global journalThe Banker is a leading global journal of the banking sector. Its annual top 1 000 world banks survey is to show banks’ soundness in relation to the Basel requirement of a minimum ratio of Tier 1 capital to risk-weighted assets of 4% (increasing to 7% by 2019), and a minimum ratio of total capital to risk-weighted assets of 8%.In its July edition, The Banker says that Standard Bank has increased its Tier 1 capital to US$12.06-billion, an increase of 26.15% on the previous year and almost twice as much as the second-ranked bank.“The strong capital position, highlighted by The Banker’s rankings, provides a stable platform for further growth,” Tshabalala said. “We will continue to build first-class, on-the-ground banking franchises in chosen markets in Africa, investing in people, branch networks and systems.”SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Women are active advocates for agriculture and successful business owners interested in filling leadership roles, according to a new Farm Bureau survey. A majority of those surveyed, 91%, also believe there should be more women in leadership roles in the industry. More than 3,000 women completed the informal survey online, which was conducted to determine the goals and achievements of women in agriculture.“Women play a vital role in modern farming and ranching,” said Sherry Saylor, an Arizona farmer and chair of the American Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee. “We hope to use the survey results to drive our program of work and also to give women their voice and help them make even more of an impact in their communities.”More than 50% of women surveyed have started their own business that’s still in operation; 25% have not started a business but indicated they would like to do so in the future. Respondents cited prioritizing and finding time to accomplish tasks, acquiring financial support and marketing plan development as their top business challenges.Respondents ranked communicating effectively, inspiring and motivating others, and managing conflict among the most important leadership skills for women in agriculture.Another topline finding of the survey was that 75% of respondents are leaders at the local level, 50% are leaders at the state level and 26% are leaders at the national level.All women who are farmers, ranchers, farm/ranch employees, employed in agricultural businesses, pursuing ag-related higher education or supportive of agriculture in other ways were invited to participate in the survey.Full survey results, including comparisons to the initial “Women in Ag” survey (conducted in 2015), are available online at fb.org/women.