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Previous articleCommending one of Portlaoise GAA’s finest club men – the great Sonny KeoghNext articleRemember the Game: Looking back at when Portlaoise conquered Leinster in 2004 Siun Lennonhttp://heresosiun.blogspot.ie/2016/09/the-lekkie-piccie-experience.htmlSiún Lennon joined LaoisToday in a full-time capacity after studying Journalism and New Media in the University of Limerick. She hails from Rosenallis and her interests vary from news, sports and politics. TAGSBurglaryMountmellick “A few people have said there was a Audi in Rosenallis area and Mountmellick the past few days looking odd,” she added.The woman urged for people to share the message and keep an eye out for a dark grey Audi A4 with three male occupants acting suspiciously.There are no registration details or further details as of yet.The car was reportedly to have been seen last along the Kildare/Wicklow border.People with any information are being asked to contact Portlaoise Garda station on 057 86 74100.SEE ALSO – Rare artefact sells for €280,000 in Laois auction By Siun Lennon – 10th November 2018 Gardaí are searching for three male suspects in a dark grey Audi A4 after they attempted to rob a house with a lone female occupant inside on Thursday night.The woman inside the house, which is situated in the Mountmellick area, believes the assistants arrived because they knew she would be on her own.Speaking to LaoisToday, she described the horrifying ordeal that occurred on Thursday night between 7.50pm and 8.10pm.She said: “My door is very beaten and [they tried to] pry it open. They were at the door for a good ten minutes.“I locked myself into the bathroom at the time but they must have heard me and bolted.“The first pane of glass in the window at the front of the house is broken but thankfully they didnt get in.“It is very suspicious though because they must have known I was on my own. My family were away and my partner was working until 9.30pm. It really was such a scary ordeal.”She also said that Gardaí pursued the suspects through Emo and Ballybrittas. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Victim of attempted home burglary launches appeal to catch assailants Twitter Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’ New Arles road opens but disquiet over who was invited to official opening Council Home News Crime Victim of attempted home burglary launches appeal to catch assailants NewsCrime WhatsApp Pinterest Pinterest Community Community Laois secondary school announces scholarship winners for new academic year
TAGSLaois U-20 hurlersLaois v GalwayLeinster U-20 HC Laois U-20 hurling manager Enda Lyons has named his side to take on Galway in the Leinster championship quarter-final in MW Hire O’Moore Park on Friday evening.It shows three changes from the side that beat Carlow back on October 21 on the evening before Level 5 restrictions were introduced.Into the team come Ciaran Burke (The Harps), John Maher (Rosenallis) and James Duggan (The Harps) with Conor Cosgrove (Rosenallis), James Duggan (The Harps) and Liam Delaney (Camross) making way.There are also a number of positional switches with Enda Parlon moving from centre-back to full-back, Thep Fitzpatrick from midfield to wing-forward and Ciaran Byrne from corner-forward to wing-forward.The game is in MW Hire O’Moore Park at 7.30pm but supporters are still not allowed to attend. The game will be shown live on TG4’s YouTube channel.The winners of Friday’s game will take on Kilkenny in the semi-final on the following weekend with the final pencilled in for the first weekend in January.Friday’s game begins a busy weekend for Laois GAA with the county minor footballers in action in the Leinster quarter-final against Carlow at 12.30pm on Saturday.Cathal Dunne (Clough-Ballacolla)Danny Brennan (Park-Ratheniska-Timahoe)Enda Parlon (Borris-Kilcotton)Aaron Gaughan (Castletown)Fionan Mahoney (Abbeyleix)Ciaran Burke (The Harps)Padraic Dunne (The Harps)John Maher (Rosenallis)Joe Phelan (Castletown)Ciaran Byrne (Abbeyleix)Daniel Delaney (Camross)Thep Fitzpatrick (Rathdowney-Errill)Tomas Keyes (Camross)Mark Hennessy (Clough-Ballacolla)James Duggan (The Harps)SEE ALSO – Laois minor footballers confirm captain, vice-captain and 35-man panel ahead of Leinster opener Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Previous articleCoronavirus: Five further deaths and 227 new cases as warning issued over allergic reaction to vaccineNext articleIn Pictures: Laois school gets festive with door decorating competition Steven Millerhttp://www.laoistoday.ieSteven Miller is owner and managing editor of LaoisToday.ie. From Laois, Steven studied Journalism in DCU and has 14 years experience in the media, almost 10 of those in an editorial role. Husband of Emily, father of William and Lillian, he’s happiest when he’s telling stories or kicking a point. Electric Picnic organisers release statement following confirmation of new festival date Facebook Electric Picnic Twitter WhatsApp WhatsApp Electric Picnic apply to Laois County Council for new date for this year’s festival By Steven Miller – 9th December 2020 Laois U-20 hurlers name team for Leinster championship quarter-final against Galway Electric Picnic Laois Councillor ‘amazed’ at Electric Picnic decision to apply for later date for 2021 festival Twitter Facebook Electric Picnic Home Sport GAA Laois U-20 hurlers name team for Leinster championship quarter-final against Galway SportGAAHurling
James Langton Facebook LinkedIn Twitter The corporate income tax rate reduction to 21% from 35% could boost U.S. life insurers’ cash flows and earnings, Fitch says in an announcement published on Tuesday, “depending on how much of the tax saving insurers pass to customers through higher crediting rates or lower pricing.” However, the tax cut will be negative for insurers’ risk-based capital positions, as they will likely face higher capital requirements, “given the reduced tax offset to [capital] charges for credit, market, insurance and operational risk,” Fitch says, and lower deferred tax assets (DTAs). “The negative impacts on capitalization will be alleviated by an increase in the value of the margins in insurers’ statutory reserves, given the lower tax rate that will now apply when margins are released,” Fitch says. It expects insurers whose capital falls below target levels as a result of the tax changes will plan to rebuild their capital positions over time. The reforms, “do not affect the tax-advantaged status of life and annuity products — a reduction in these tax advantages could have triggered a material fall in product sales,” Fitch says. Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Canadian lifecos face rising credit risks: DBRS U.S. tax reforms set to take effect in 2018 will have both positive and negative consequences for the country’s life insurers, Fitch Ratings says. The reforms are likely to boost the earnings of life insurers, but could negatively impact their capital positions. Despite pandemic responses, insurers will struggle Canadian lifecos stable in the face of headwinds: DBRS Related news Keywords Life insurance industry
zinkevych/123RF Companies Investment Funds Institute of Canada “The issue of aging investors and diminished capacity raises challenging legal, regulatory and ethical questions and affects all financial services stakeholders,” says Paul Bourque, president and CEO of IFIC, in a statement. “Our objectives with these new resources are to make advisors more aware of this complex issue and to help them more confidently serve these clients.”Also readMental capacity: the advisor’s role Clients and mental capacity Capacity is crucial for will preparationAdds Dr. Carole Cohen, a geriatric psychiatrist at Sunnybrook Health Services Centre, in a statement: “As the population ages, financial advisors will interact with more clients who have diminished decision-making capacity. The materials developed by IFIC provide information to guide advisors in thinking about the concept of capacity as they continue to work to improve their interactions with older investors.” The Investment Funds Institute of Canada (IFIC) has added more resources to its online Vulnerable Investors Resource Centre, a site dedicated to assisting advisors and their firms address the unique needs of senior clients, the industry trade group announced on Thursday.New materials on the website, which focus on diminished capacity and decision making, share insights and best practices to help advisors recognize the signs of cognitive decline in their clients and understand the steps to safeguard their clients’ financial security. The new materials include a video and accompanying presentation. Leah Golob Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Facebook LinkedIn Twitter
Summer pneumonia By Forbes District Veterinarian Nik CroninI recently investigated a case of sudden death in a mob of local lambs. While the losses had been sporadic over the previous couple of weeks, this particular morning two were found to have died overnight. Post mortem examination confirmed that both had died of a very significant pneumonia. A large percentage of the remaining mob seemed to also be affected with widespread coughing, and a number appearing slightly depressed with increased respiratory rates.Pneumonia represents a significant cost to the sheep industry, with production losses related to depressed growth rates on farm, deaths and trimming of the carcase at the abattoir.While pneumonia can be seen at any time of the year and in any class of sheep, we most commonly see it in young sheep in outbreaks like this during summer, hence it is often given the term ‘summer pneumonia’. The disease is most likely set off by an initial viral and/or bacterial infection which can rapidly circulate through the mob. Opportune secondary bacterial invasion of the compromised lung tissue may then lead to more severe clinical disease and larger outbreaks.Stress leading to increased susceptibility is a significant factor in the development of an outbreak of respiratory disease, and can be precipitated by changes in diet, transport, mixing, crowding and extreme climatic conditions, including temperature and humidity. Breed may also be a factor, with outbreaks more common in cross breds and British breeds. During the drought we also saw pneumonia associated with subclinical acidosis, dusty feed substances, and dry, dusty environments in lot feeding set-ups.In the recent case I saw, as such a large percentage of the mob was affected we elected to blanket treat with antibiotics and the producers reported a good response. Interestingly enough, over the next week, they noticed several of their other lamb mobs become affected too, also requiring treatment. However, the need for antibiotic treatment must be carefully considered from case to case and take into account withholding periods. /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:antibiotics, British, death, diet, disease, drought, elected, Forbes, Government, industry, infection, Local Land Services, New South Wales, Outbreak, pneumonia, production, stress, Transport, treatment
RelatedCMO warns against health complacency FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Chief Medical Officer (CMO) in the Ministry of Health, Dr. Sheila Campbell-Forrester, says countries will have to pay more attention to protecting their borders against health threats, with the emergence of new diseases and the resurfacing of others previously considered eradicated.She was speaking at the opening of the Faculty of Medical Sciences’ Annual Research Conference and Workshop, at the Mona Visitors’ Lodge, University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, Wednesday (November 10). The main topic of discussion was ‘Infectious Diseases: Old Foes, New Enemies and Future Threats’.Dr. Campbell-Forrester noted that an outbreak in a country can affect trade as well as travel, whereby “reports of one case in a country where you have had no cases in a long time, can turn your industry upside down”.Recalling her first encounter with malaria, she described its recent reappearance in the island as “frightening”, as the disease was last seen in Jamaica in 1965.“It reminded us that we can never ever let down our guard. We always have to be very alert as to what is happening on the global landscape and the local landscape,” she said.The CMO noted that diseases, such as cholera, eradicated from Jamaica since 1852 are, once again, real threats with an outbreak in Haiti, which is in close proximity to Jamaica.In addition to the movement of persons from country to country, Dr. Campbell-Forrester noted that, climate change was also becoming a significant factor “in the emergence of old foes and the new threats that face us”. She gave as example the recent drought, which resulted in an outbreak of Dengue fever, as well as gastroenteritis.Also speaking at the conference, Disease Prevention and Control Advisor at the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO), Dr. Jean Marie Rwangabwoba, noted that regardless of how long a country goes without an outbreak of a particular disease, it must still be prepared for one to happen at any time.He argued that a global response, involving governments, private sector and other groups, was needed in the fight against infectious diseases.The Conference continues until Friday (November 12), and will see 68 presentations being made by medical researchers, as well as a workshop on the theme for the conference on Friday. There will also be 15 lectures by professionals drawn from several of Jamaica’s major hospitals, the University of the West Indies and overseas institutions. RelatedCMO warns against health complacency RelatedCMO warns against health complacency CMO warns against health complacency Health & WellnessNovember 12, 2010 Advertisements
Apps Joseph Waring joins Mobile World Live as the Asia editor for its new Asia channel. Before joining the GSMA, Joseph was group editor for Telecom Asia for more than ten years. In addition to writing features, news and blogs, he… Read more Author Previous ArticleSK Telecom names new CEO in major group reshuffleNext ArticleChina’s 4G smartphone market to expand 4-fold in 2015 — Coolpad Tags China tightens app data collection rules China to accelerate 6G push over next 5 years AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 09 DEC 2014 BlackBerry is developing a well-thought out plan for China that takes into account factors such as timing and the company’s long-term strategy, but it won’t include a takeover, CEO John Chen said in a LinkedIn post yesterday.“It [the plan] won’t be rushed because it’s exciting or turned away from because of security concerns,” he said.Chen explained a month ago while in Beijing that while China is a great market with many opportunities, he is hesitant to expand into the country because of the political backlash that could follow any security breaches.In November the CEO met with the heads of Xiaomi and Lenovo to discuss possible ways to partner to speed up an expansion into China, where it hasn’t focused much of its attention in the past.Responding to suggestions the company should shift its focus to the consumer market, Chen said in the LinkedIn post that the timing isn’t right. “Our focus right now is on extending our legendary security foundation with new solutions for the enterprise. Nothing is making us waver from that strategy.”Stressing that the company won’t chase sensationalism, he noted that his style is to tell it like it is, which is the best thing to do even if it hurts in the short-run, “because it builds a foundation of trust over the long term. And that is the time frame I operate in.” Joseph Waring Related Alibaba pulls the plug on Xiami Music HomeAsiaNews BlackBerry CEO says long-term China plan won’t include takeover BlackBerryChinaconsumer marketJohn Chen
Stay Connected with the Daily Roundup. Sign up for our newsletter and get the best of the Beacon delivered every day to your inbox. Email The Montana Transportation Commission awarded the Kalispell Bypass and Foys Lake Road interchange contract to local company LHC Construction, Inc. in collaboration with engineering firm KLJ, Inc. on June 25.The companies will work with the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) to replace the existing roundabout with an overpass while widening a stretch of the road to four lanes.The bid was $14.7 million, and the project is scheduled to start in March 2021. A $12.7 million Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development (BUILD) grant is funding much of the project, with the remaining money coming from the MDT.The two other bids were listed as “Graham and AECOM” at $21.2 million and “Schellinger, Frontier and MMI” at $18.9 million.The existing roundabout was originally installed as a “temporary infrastructure solution” while funds were accrued for a permanent solution, according to a press release.“We are thrilled to be able to work through the final design process this summer and fall with construction to follow next spring,” Bob Vosen, Missoula District Administrator for the MDT, said in the press release. “Ultimately, we’ll be providing a safer commute for all.”The new design, which is still in the works, is planned to reduce congestion and improve traffic flow at the intersection for the estimated 23,000 vehicles that use the roundabout daily.At an MDT open house in January, officials said the overpass design will be similar to the U.S. Highway 2 overpass, which allows free-flowing traffic with a bridge and southbound and northbound on and off ramps.For more information, visit https://www.mdt.mt.gov/pubinvolve/kalispellbypass/default.shtml.
Capital Stage to take over Chorus Clean EnergyChorus is advising its shareholders to accept the takeover offer from Capital Stage, which Capital Stage, which currently operates 600 MW of solar and wind assets in Europe. August 4, 2016 Edgar Meza Finance Legal Manufacturing Markets Markets & Policy Share German solar park operator Capital Stage AG is set to take over fellow German solar and wind park operator Chorus Clean Energy. Chorus welcomed Capital Stages takover offer on Thursday, saying it was in the best interest of the company, its shareholders and employees. The company, which currently operates more than 90 plants in seven European countries and manages a portfolio of more than 485 MW of installed capacity, recommended its shareholders to accept the offer. Chorus, which also acts as a full service provider for investments in renewable energy, said its management and supervisory boards published their statement pursuant to the German Securities Acquisition and Takeover Act following a detailed examination of Capital Stages public exchange offer. According to the offer, Chorus shareholders can exchange three Chorus shares for five Capital Stage shares, with an implied offer price of 11.50 per Chorus share, which corresponds to a 36% premium. Peter Heidecker, the companys founder, biggest shareholder and supervisory board chairman, as well as management board members have already tendered their stakes, which amount to some 15% of all Chorus shares, for shares in Capital Stage. Capital Stage, which is listed on the SDAX of the Deutsche Börse, focuses on the acquisition of and operation of solar parks and onshore wind farms. 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