Press Corporation Limited (PCL.mw) listed on the Malawi Stock Exchange under the Industrial holding sector has released it’s 2009 annual report.For more information about Press Corporation Limited (PCL.mw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Press Corporation Limited (PCL.mw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Press Corporation Limited (PCL.mw) 2009 annual report.Company ProfilePress Corporation Limited is the largest holding company in Malawi; with vested interests in real estate, energy, food and beverages, consumer goods, financial services and telecommunications. The highly diversified company has stakes in 13 companies in Malawi made up of 8 subsidiaries, 4 joint ventures and one associate. Well-known brands in its portfolio include: National Bank of Malawi in the financial services sector, Malawi Telecommunications Limited and Telekom Networks Limited in the telecommunication sector, Ethanol Company Limited and Presscane Limited in the energy sector, People’s Trading Centre Limited in the consumer goods sector, Press Properties Limited and Manzini Limited in the property investment and development sector, and The Foods Company in the food manufacturing sector. Press Corporation Limited is listed on the Malawi Stock Exchange
Rector Knoxville, TN Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Curate Diocese of Nebraska Submit an Event Listing New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Press Release Service Rector Washington, DC Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab Por Onell A. SotoPosted Jun 6, 2013 Course Director Jerusalem, Israel In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Rapidísimas Submit a Press Release Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Featured Jobs & Calls Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest Rector Bath, NC El Consejo Latinoamericano de Iglesias (CLAI) reunido en La Habana a fines de mayo celebró su asamblea regular bregando con una extensa agenda que fue desde un llamado a la unidad de las iglesias hasta los problemas sociales de América Latina. En una larga declaración afirma su lucha contra “la violencia de género y la violencia sexual” y además de sugerir “la educación de la sexualidad, la prevención y atención de las personas que viven con sida y el respeto del cuerpo y la planificación familiar”. La declaración dice además que “deploramos el inhumano bloqueo económico que por más de cincuenta años mantiene el gobierno de los Estados Unidos contra el pueblo de Cuba”. El CLAI reúne a iglesias y movimientos cristianos de tradición protestante o evangélica, y fue fundado en 1982, con el objeto de promover la unidad entre los cristianos del continente.Guy Erwin, 55, pastor luterano y profesor de seminario, fue electo el 31 de mayo obispo del Sínodo del Suroeste de California de la Iglesia Luterana en América (ELCA) durante una asamblea sinodal en Woodland Hills, California. El nuevo obispo, nativo de Oklahoma, tiene compañero sentimental y es miembro activo de la Nación Osage, una comunidad indígena. ELCA es la denominación luterana más numerosa de Estados Unidos.Marco Feliciano, pastor evangélico y diputado federal de Brasil, ha dicho que no renunciará a su cargo en el congreso pese a la presión de sus colegas por declaraciones suyas consideradas anti-gay. “La Biblia es mi modelo de fe y conducta”, dijo en una entrevista.Daniel Gutiérrez, auxiliar del obispo Michael Vono de la diócesis de Río Grande, en Estados Unidos, ha sido electo presidente nacional de la Asociación de Ejecutivos Diocesanos que comparte programas y entrenamiento para el mejor funcionamiento de las diócesis del país.La Corte Interamericana de los Derechos Humanos acaba de emitir medidas provisionales en favor de “Beatriz” una joven salvadoreña de 22 años obligada a mantener el embarazo de un feto inviable que pone en riesgo su vida. La joven que sufre de lupus y problemas renales serios, ha hecho un video rogándole al presidente Mauricio Funes que acceda a su petición. El Salvador no permite el aborto ni aun en casos terapéuticos.Aviso desde Cartagena, Colombia: Radio Episcopal está nuevamente en el aire después de reparar el computador. Nuestra dirección: www.episcopalradio.com y en la radio FM 93.7 en Cartagena de Indias. Esperamos su visita. Rafael Abuchar CuriLa rama Norte Americana de la orden irlandesa de los Hermanos Cristianos ha dicho que pagará $16.5 millones de dólares a más de 400 hombres y mujeres que fueron sexual o físicamente abusados cuando eran niños. La orden opera escuelas y orfanatos alrededor del mundo. Su primera escuela fue fundada en 1802 en un establo abandonado. La guerra civil de Siria se está extendiendo según observadores internacionales y se puede convertir en un conflicto regional. Se vislumbra un encontronazo entre potencias y mayor lucha entre los mismos musulmanes. Los muertos de la población civil llegan ya a casi 100 mil. El número de refugiados ni se puede calcular. Según una encuesta de la firma Gallup la religión está perdiendo fuerzas en Estados Unidos y el número de ateos está creciendo. El 75 por ciento de los encuestados opina que si los estadounidenses fuesen más religiosos eso tendría un impacto positivo en la sociedad, mientras que el 17 por ciento cree que el efecto sería negativo.El Centro Anglicano de Estudios Teológicos Superiores ha comenzado en San José, Costa Rica, su curso lectivo para este año. El programa incluye cinco cursos bíblicos tratando de profundizar el estudio de las Escrituras desde una perspectiva latinoamericana, con el fin de responder a los desafíos pastorales de cada lugar. Las clases son impartidas por profesores de la Universidad Bíblica Latinoamericana con sede en San José. Eduardo Chinchilla es el director del centro.Muchos peregrinos acudieron a fines de mayo a una calurosa y polvorienta extensión de la reserva india de Pine Ridge, South Dakota, para aprender acerca de la confianza y la reconciliación y su práctica, así como sobreponerse a los estereotipos, a crear amistades y a crecer en la fe. El evento trajo a la Comunidad Ecuménica de Taizé que se trasladó hasta acá. Cantaban música armonizada por alondras de la pradera y el ritmo de los grillos. Uno de los participantes dijo que todo fue una experiencia inolvidable: “No teníamos duchas, ni electricidad y había que tener cuidado con las serpientes cascabel, las espinas de los cactus o pisar una plasta de vaca”.VERDAD. Las dificultades son puentes y peldaños que nos ayudan a triunfar. Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Director of Music Morristown, NJ Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Rector Pittsburgh, PA Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Virtual Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course Online Course Aug. 9-13 Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Rector Hopkinsville, KY Rector Collierville, TN Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Rector Smithfield, NC Rector Albany, NY The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. 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While federal hearings opened Oct. 23 in Detroit to allow the bankruptcy of that city, demonstrators in Cleveland were picketing the corporate law firm Jones Day in solidarity with Detroit workers. Jones Day attorneys are representing Detroit in collusion with their former employee, Kevyn Orr. Orr is now the state-appointed and unelected emergency manager empowered to make decisions over the heads of elected city officials and the people of Detroit. Jones Day also represents Bank of America and United Bank of Switzerland, two main creditors in the bankruptcy.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
An oil pipeline ruptured in Los Angeles on LA Street last week and in response Americans United For Change said, “Like oil spills? You’ll love what happens after dismantling the Renewable Fuel Standard. 50,000 gallons of crude oil spilled out onto the streets and in some areas the crude oil was knee-high.Jeremy Funk, spokesperson for pro renewable energy and pro Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) group Americans United for Change, said of the crude oil spill, “Whether you live in the Gulf Coast community, near a railroad in Lynchburg, VA, a farm in North Dakota, or in the middle of a major metropolis like Los Angeles, it seems nowhere in America is out of reach from the messes big oil leaves behind.”“Headlines about oil industry spills and explosions and derailments have become a ‘dog bites man’ story,” Funk continued who stressed that the alarming rate of environmental disasters associated with oil should give the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) serious pause before deciding whether or not to roll back the RFS. The EPA is expected to publish its final 2014 RFS rules around June 1 and there is concern they will move forward with lower renewable fuel gallons than what is called for in legislation.“Consider that ethanol makes up 10% of the U.S. gasoline supply, and that for every gallon of ethanol produced domestically it means one less gallon sold of gasoline derived from dirty crude oil from unstable regions. That’s why the oil industry wants the EPA to help put out of business their safer, cleaner, cheaper renewable fuels competition. But if the EPA give big oil what they want and drastically cuts down the amount ethanol in the nation’s fuel supply, there’s no way to avoid a corresponding increase in demand for crude oil and an increase in the number of disasters related to transporting it.” Funk added, “So if you like oil spills — you’ll love what happens if the RFS is watered down.”Source: www.domesticfuel.com Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter SHARE SHARE Home Energy RFS Advocate Jumps on LA Oil Spill RFS Advocate Jumps on LA Oil Spill By Andy Eubank – May 18, 2014 Previous articleHouse Lawmakers Urge U.S. Negotiators to Stand Against Common Food NamesNext articleIt Does Not Pay to Bad Mouth Farmers Andy Eubank
Travis Turner and his girlfriend Harlie Deckert wait in the model home to visit with a salesman. People camped out in front of the Permian Homes sales office at 76 Berkshire Circle in Odessa, for a chance to get a contract for a lot and new home, Monday, March 26, 2018. Turner and Deckert, were in the seventh place in line. Octopus Energy U.S. to Discount Customers’ Bills by as Much as 90% WhatsApp Facebook People camped out in front of the Permian Homes sales office at 76 Berkshire Circle in Odessa, for a chance to get a contract for a lot and new home, Monday, March 26, 2018. Robert Heinin, the first person in line was camped out since 8am Saturday. Twitter Permian Homes’ Enclave at Mission.Nationwide Health of Housing Markets report. WhatsApp People camped out in front of the Permian Homes sales office at 76 Berkshire Circle in Odessa, for a chance to get a contract for a lot and new home, Monday, March 26, 2018. Robert Heinin, the first person in line was camped out since 8am Saturday. Local NewsBusiness How high is housing demand? At the Odessa Board of Realtors, Executive Vice President Connie Coots said she could not remember a time when the inventory of existing homes was so low, including during the peak of the last oil boom a few years ago.In February, the trade group reported 1.5 months of housing inventory — a measure of market that estimates how long it would take all the listed homes to sell. That’s a third of what it was at the same time last year, which was already a tight market. A balanced housing market has about six months of inventory.“New builds are just not keeping up with the demand,” Coots said. “If they are priced right, they are moving.”Turner, Deckert and the other hopefuls Monday were vying for one of 25 lots where Permian Homes will build new houses this year.The latest sales were for the second phase of the Enclave at Mission Ranch development, where homes start at about $230,000 and give buyers custom options. The buyers had sought one of 78 lots in the first phase, but those quickly sold out.“In Midland or Odessa, we can’t build them fast enough,” Permian Homes President Greg Ferrel said. “It doesn’t matter the price point, or where it is, everything is selling. That’s just what the market’s doing. That’s what oil is doing.”It’s been that way since late 2017.“It just exploded,” Ferrel said. “And it hasn’t slowed down since.”Permian Homes didn’t advertise the Monday sale, Ferrel said. Turner said the buyers were all on the waiting list and most learned of it by seeking updates from the company.Turner and Deckert joined the waiting list about six months ago, which already had more than 100 other people on it. She started camping out Sunday afternoon, earlier than the couple planned, once she drove by and saw other prospective buyers had beaten them to it.Today, Odessa has one of the strongest housing markets in the country, a recent study by the insurance company Nationwide that looked at factors such home sales, the mortgage market, job and wage growth, and demographics as people flock to the area showed.“A lot of people who would like to buy homes either have to pay a lot more to get one, or they have to wait,” Nationwide Chief Economist David Berson said. “It’s just a lack of supply.”That’s unlikely to change in the next year, as long as job growth and other indicators of a booming local economy remain, Berson said.Turner said he and his fiancée should be able to move into their new $300,000 home around November and avoid the rent increase they would face if they renewed the lease at their Midland apartment.“Getting to pick out exactly what we want, I feel like it’s a pretty good deal,” Turner said. “Especially with all the money to be made here, all the jobs — You are kind of in the middle of everything.”More Information People camped out in front of the Permian Homes sales office at 76 Berkshire Circle in Odessa, for a chance to get a contract for a lot and new home, Monday, March 26, 2018. Robert Heinin, the first person in line was camped out since 8am Saturday. Pinterest Robert Heinin stands in front of the model home after selecting his lot. People camped out Monday in front of the Permian Homes sales office at 76 Berkshire Circle in Odessa, for a chance to get a contract for a lot and new home. Robert Heinin, the first person in line had camped out since 8 a.m. Saturday. Home Local News Business How high is housing demand? 1 of 4 Snap Inc. to Participate in the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference 2021 Travis Turner and Harlie Deckert bought their first new home on Monday morning. But to do it, they had to spend months on a waiting list. Finally, they camped overnight in an east Odessa neighborhood with more than another dozen people who all wanted to buy lots.A whirring drilling rig nearby kept them awake. And at one point someone suspecting a homeless camp called the police, Turner said.“It rained a couple times on us out there,” Turner said. “But we got to meet all our neighbors.”Turner, who works at a tow truck company, said he still feels lucky. After all, the couple was seeking a new home amid scarce supply in one of the country’s hottest housing markets. By admin – March 27, 2018 Pinterest Hawaiian Roll Ham SlidersSmoked Bacon Wrapped French Vidalia OnionUpside Down Blueberry Pie CheesecakePowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay Rattler Midstream: 4Q Earnings Snapshot Facebook Twitter Previous articleSULLUM: Trump’s ‘tough’ drug policies are not smartNext articleFive things you need to know today, March 27 admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR
Women hold a white ribbon as they stay in a line during a rally in support of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny, and his wife Yulia Navalnaya in Moscow, Russia, Sunday, Feb. 14, 2021. The weekend protests in scores of cities last month over Navalny’s detention represented the largest outpouring of popular discontent in years and appeared to have rattled the Kremlin. Pro-Navalny ‘flashlight’ protests light up Russian cities Twitter WhatsApp Local NewsWorld News Facebook Facebook Previous articleStairway to heaven: Skiers scale 223 steps to downhill startNext articleThe Latest: Derricke Cope’s return to Daytona 500 ends early Digital AIM Web Support TAGS Pinterest By Digital AIM Web Support – February 14, 2021 Twitter WhatsApp Pinterest
Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter Texas DPS Troopers Suzanne Esparza and Andy Nunez go through the food line at a benefit cookout at the Ector County Coliseum Barn A to help the three deputies that were wounded in the line of duty recently. Ector County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Brandon Blake had originally hoped to sell a couple hundred burgers during a cookout benefitting three deputies shot in the line of duty last week. Community members, local law enforcement agencies and first responders helped ECSO smash those expectations on Wednesday at the Ector County Coliseum, Barn A. Blake said the initial goal of 200 burgers continuously rose and served more than 2,200 people. “It brings into perspective the way people view law enforcement,” Blake said. “A lot of times, we can’t please everyone and a lot of times we wish we could. We are out there doing our job. A majority of the people understand that we have a job to do. A majority of people do support us and it’s good to see.” The benefit was for ECSO deputies Josh Pool, 28, Cody Smith, 26, and Ricky Rodriguez, 28. All three were all reportedly shot by gunman Damon Murad Asad, 33, who was shot and killed after he reportedly opened fire on deputies who were there to serve a narcotics search warrant on Jan. 14 at 7321 Kentucky Ave. Juan Antonio Andrade, 35, was inside the home at the time and was taken into custody and charged with failure to identify, a class A misdemeanor. Andrade was taken from the Ector County Law Enforcement Center to the Texas State Penitentiary at Huntsville on Friday. Andrade is in custody of the United States Marshals Service. In addition to an outpouring support from the community, the three deputies shot each received a Thin Blue Line wooden flag crafted by Wood Shop in Odessa. “At times, we work a really thankless job and this is a really good showing for the community to come out and support us,” Pool said. “It really has showed us that the community is really backing us at this time.” Pool and Rodriguez were each shot in the left leg, while Smith had a bullet graze the left side of his lip. All three deputies are currently not on active duty. Smith showed up at the Ector County Law Enforcement Center the day after the shooting. He explained that not everybody at ECSO could make it to the hospital, so he wanted to show everyone he was fine. “I’m not a homebody,” he said about going back to work. “I can’t sit at home all day. When your boss tells you to stay home, you have to do it. I’ll be back soon.” Pool was shot about an inch above his left knee cap, while Rodriguez had the bullet pass halfway up his left thigh. Despite being shot, all three deputies said the incident on Jan. 14 won’t deter them from being part of the SWAT team in the future. “I’ve always known what the danger and in all this could be. For me it doesn’t change anything,” Rodriguez said. “I’m going to take some time to heal up and come back out and continue serving as part of the team. We still have a job to do, so at the end of the day it doesn’t make anything different at all.” Pool is part of the special investigative unit, while Smith is a criminal investigation division investigator and Rodriguez is a reserve officer. Rodriguez said he departed as a full-time deputy about seven months ago and went into the private sector with several individual businesses. The Odessa American previously reported that Pat Patton, Ector County human resources director, said worker’s compensation and an insurance claim have been submitted for all three deputies. She added the approval for all claims for all three deputies won’t be determined until the investigation being done by Texas Rangers is completed. The proceeds from the cookout will assist those deputies with any bills due to the shooting. In addition to funds raised from the cookout, The Permian Basin Assist the Officer Foundation raffled off a 1 Sig Sauer P365 9mm Pistol, courtesy of Tejas Shooting Sports. Proceeds from the raffle tickets will also assist the deputies. Sheriff Mike Griffis said as he looked over the crowd at the benefit that he’s grateful to be in a community that cares deeply about law enforcement agencies. “I really don’t have the words to express my gratitude and thanks to the community for all the support that we had throughout my career and especially the last two weeks,” Griffis said. “We have a great community and a lot of good people in our community.” Pinterest Local NewsLaw EnforcementPeople WhatsApp ECSO’s hamburger cookout smashes expectations TAGS By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 Pinterest Previous article011219_Gymnastics_09Next article010818_Superintendent Digital AIM Web Support WhatsApp
Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Judges fromthe HR and advertising world this week studied the entries in the annualRecruitment Advertising Awards.ReedBusiness Information, publisher of Personnel Today, runs the awards, which arenow in their 12th year.Entriesincluded adverts placed in all areas of the media, including television, radio,newspapers, magazines, new media and mailshots.Organisationsincluding large multinationals, transport companies, the police and dotcomsvied for the most prestigious awards in the recruitment advertising industry.TraceyYates, head of recruitment at One 2 One, said, “I think the standard has beenhigher than ever before – but I think some companies have been restricted bycorporate messages. It is a pity some of them could not have been morechallenging.”The winnerswill be announced at the RADS award ceremony in London on 18 January. Recruiters set new standards in top awardsOn 12 Dec 2000 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.
A quantitative assessment of observed and projected environmental changes in the Southern Ocean (SO) with a potential impact on the marine ecosystem shows: (1) large proportions of the SO are and will be affected by one or more climate change processes; areas projected to be affected in the future are larger than areas that are already under environmental stress, (2) areas affected by changes in sea-ice in the past and likely in the future are much larger than areas affected by ocean warming. The smallest areas (<1% area of the SO) are affected by glacier retreat and warming in the deeper euphotic layer. In the future, decrease in the sea-ice is expected to be widespread. Changes in iceberg impact resulting from further collapse of ice-shelves can potentially affect large parts of shelf and ephemerally in the off-shore regions. However, aragonite undersaturation (acidification) might become one of the biggest problems for the Antarctic marine ecosystem by affecting almost the entire SO. Direct and indirect impacts of various environmental changes to the three major habitats, sea-ice, pelagic and benthos and their biota are complex. The areas affected by environmental stressors range from 33% of the SO for a single stressor, 11% for two and 2% for three, to <1% for four and five overlapping factors. In the future, areas expected to be affected by 2 and 3 overlapping factors are equally large, including potential iceberg changes, and together cover almost 86% of the SO ecosystem.