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That is why during this market slump, I have not sold a single share.Inevitably, some industries and companies will be affected more than others. I will be avoiding travel and leisure shares until the situation becomes clearer, for example.I believe I have identified two FTSE 100 stocks that could be a good buy in the long-term.Reckitt BenckiserI feel good-quality consumable stocks have an in-built economic moat. The low-cost price of the goods, combined with a strong portfolio brands, make these things customers will continue to buy even in times of hardship. For an investor, they could be shares to buy and hold for the long term.I believe that Reckitt Benckiser (LSE: RB) is one of these companies. I do not believe that customers will stop buying items like Dettol, Durex, and Calgon, or even switch to own-brand alternatives unless things get really dire.Over the past three months, the Reckitt Benckiser share price has remained roughly level. 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I’m very competitive. Even if I don’t know what I’m doing, I’ll still go 100 miles an hour. I sometimes train with my fiancé, Pita Ahki. he’s part of the New Zealand men’s sevens programme and I’m nowhere near the targets he has but I’ll still try to keep up with him.You can never be fit enough for sevens. Netball has nothing on it. You have to train harder than you play, so it’s brutal. That’s the hardest adjustment – fitness. I looked so different four years ago with my skin folds compared to where I am now. I’ll never be super-fit, I’m more of a power athlete. I’m a pitbull, not a greyhound! Rock: Fiance Pita Ahki has been supportive throughout Kayla’s injury concernsI spent seven years in the UK as a child. My dad played rugby league for Oldham, so we lived in Manchester from when I was two months until I was eight. I remember playing in the street every night with kids from the neighbourhood and getting 50p to buy lollies. It took me six months to get rid of the accent! The Olympics has always been the goal. That’s why I came across to rugby. The first two years of the programme were great, but over the past 18 months I’ve had a few injuries because the game demands a lot of your body. I played in Clermont (on the last leg of the Women’s World Series) and didn’t have to make an appointment with the physio afterwards, so that was great. I needed a tournament under my belt before Rio.New Zealand are going for gold. We didn’t win the World Series this year, but gold is the big one. In saying that, all 12 teams are on the same page as you can’t prepare for the Olympics. We play six games over three days instead of six in two days. The series is about quick turnarounds – who’s fittest and fastest – but everyone will have six hours’ rest in Rio. It’ll come down to who is mentally prepared for the occasion. “I’m more of a power athlete. I’m a pitbull, not a greyhound!” Fern form: The Olympic schedule is less congested than the World SeriesWe’ve been told your first Olympics can be overwhelming. We train alongside other Olympians, like Valerie Adams, at the high Performance Sport Centre in Auckland. They’ve been there and done it so have given talks about not getting too caught up in things and sticking to your processes. Her father Charlie had a successful career in league and union while her brother Luke is a former all Black now plying his trade in toulouse, but Kayla McAlister only started playing rugby four years ago. The carrot that persuaded her to pick up an oval ball was the chance to represent New Zealand in sevens at the Rio Olympics. Here she talks through her journey… For the latest Rugby World subscription offers click here and find out how to download the digital edition here. I used to work at the Ministry of Justice. For the first two years we’d train from 6-8am, go to work for eight hours and then train again. In 2014 we were given contracts and that’s huge for women’s rugby in New Zealand. The Olympics is about us being the best we can be and that’s a full-time job. I’ve started studying early childhood – U5s – and passed the first year, but put it on hold because of the Olympics. I love kids.There’s a wedding on the cards. Pita and I are contracted to New Zealand until 2017 but in the next four-year cycle we’d like to get married and have a baby. But there’s the Commonwealth Games in 2018 and another World Cup… My dad, my brother and my fiancé all give me advice. My dad is all about work-ons, my brother gives positive vibes and Pita is in between – positive and work-ons. Pita’s been a big rock, especially through my recent injuries. We push each other to work hard. I don’t think I could be with someone who wasn’t a sportsman. Netball is my background. In New Zealand netball is the predominant game for girls and the Silver Ferns was always my goal. I played for 16 years and had one season with the Northern Mystics, when we made the Grand final in 2011, but I was dropped the next year. If that hadn’t happened I probably wouldn’t be playing rugby. I went to a sevens camp with Portia Woodman, who I’d played with at the Mystics, as they were looking for women from other sports going into the Olympics cycle.My first tournament was in Dubai in 2012. We won and as we did a lap of honour I was thinking, ‘Oh my God!’. The men play at the tournament, too, so it was a huge crowd and I’d never experienced an environment like that or a crowd that big in netball. It was really cool.We have our own haka, which is special. We only do it when we win, although in Brazil they kept chanting “haka”, so we did it even though we’d lost. It shows the effect of the black jersey worldwide – that comes from what the men’s team have done in history. I obviously knew New Zealand rugby is huge, but it’s only since playing that I’ve learnt what the black jersey means. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Apopka City Hall Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Please enter your name here LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply 2 COMMENTS Please enter your comment! Gary Thorningburg I by no means condone Mr. Anderson alleged behavior if in fact it turns out to be true. Nonetheless, I can’t help but to question Mayor Kilsheimer behavior and questionable activities on behalf of Apopka’s citizens, that rises to the level of impugning the reputation of the city. Further, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement should investigate under swore deposition Apopka’s City Manager as to whether or not the mayor circumvents Florida Sunshine laws as it relates to communications of city business through the city manager to specific council members prior to city official business. May 30, 2016 at 8:23 am The Anatomy of Fear Eddie Poirier The City of Apopka administration is furious at Richard Anderson. A lawsuit alleges the former Apopka Chief Administrative Officer turned lobbyist/consultant of crashing his truck head-on into a car driving in the opposite direction on April 5th, and then leaving the scene. But whether the allegations are true or not, according to the City, Anderson did not inform City administrators of the incident.On Wednesday afternoon Glen Irby, Apopka City Administrator, sent an email to the City Council advising the Commissioners that, “Yesterday city administration decided to terminate the contract with Richard Anderson.”Attached to the email was a letter from the City’s attorney, Cliff Shepard dated May 24, 2016. Shepard’s letter references the hit and run accident that occurred on April 5, 2016, and went on to state that Anderson had not informed the City about the accident or the lawsuit that had been filed by Michael Falcon. As previously reported by The Apopka Voice, Falcon was the driver of the other vehicle.Shepard’s letter then advised Anderson that the City was being asked if it was aware of the accident and if the “reprehensible conduct attributed to you is acceptable from a City lobbyist and consultant.”Richard AndersonShepard then states that Anderson is in breech of Section F(1) of his contract which says, in part, that Anderson, “will not act in any way, that would damage the City, its elected and appointed officials, employees, contractors or volunteers’ reputations, relationships and present or future business.” The letter then says that Anderson’s conduct, “… has fallen far short of this contractual requirement.”The letter then tells Anderson that he is, “… suspended from engaging in any activities for or on behalf of the City pending the Mayor’s recommendation to the City Council that the agreement be immediately terminated for cause.”Anderson pushed back on Shepard’s accusations, and threatened actions of his own through his attorney Larry Brown if the City were to terminate the contract.On Thursday, at 2:26 PM, Brown responded to Shepard’s letter and said, “As his attorney, I want to put you on notice that Mr. Anderson rejects your assertion that he has breached any duty he has under his agreement with the City. Therefore, any effort by the City to terminate the agreement will be treated by us as a default on your part, and will be actionable.”Later on Thursday, Shepard responded and laid out the conditions that Anderson must meet to avoid the termination of his contract:The City wants an affidavit from Anderson stating, under oath, that he doesn’t own the truck involved in the April 5th crash. Alternatively they will accept an affidavit stating:Anderson was not in the pickup at the time of the crash.Andeson does not know who the driver was and had not authorized anyone to drive the vehicle.He is not aware of the crash until he was served with the lawsuit and would notify law enforcement if he learns the driver’s identity.He will cooperate with the FHP investigation of the crash.Shepard gave Anderson until noon Tuesday to produce an affidavit.Shepard continued with this; “”In the absence of such a sworn affidavit, the Mayor will be forced to proceed with his recommendation that the lobbying and consulting Agreement be terminated since it cannot be denied that the City’s reputation will be harmed if it permits a suspected criminal to represent it interests to state and Federal government officials.”The issue is likely going to come before the June 1st City Council Meeting, where all of Apopka’s thorniest subjects seem to land. You make some valid points. Mr Anderson should not be forced to file a sworn statement that could be used against him in a pending criminal case, Reply Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 TAGSCity of ApopkaCliff ShepardGlenn IrbyRichard Anderson Previous articleWater Management District Offers Tips for Hurricane SeasonNext articleOCPS and teachers reach salary agreement Dale Fenwick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate May 27, 2016 at 9:38 am Reply
Please enter your comment! LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your name here The Anatomy of Fear TAGSApopka Police Department Previous articleTen Movies to Honor the 75th Anniversary of Pearl HarborNext articleCity launches new website for water bill payments Dale Fenwick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Yesterday afternoon Apopka police officers converged on the Apopka Walmart. No, they were not responding to a 911 call. This was a well-orchestrated annual event designed to help families in need.Officers were paired up with a child and browsed around a local Walmart store, filling shopping carts with toys.The children received everything from video games to bicycles.Apopka Police say the event also helped build relationships between the officers and the community.This year’s Shop with a Cop paired officers with 70 kids from 39 families to purchase holiday gifts. The budget is about $100 per child.Families were recommended by local schools based on their need.Shop with a Cop is supported by donations from the community including the Apopka Women’s Club, Breaking Point Mixed Martial Arts, United Methodist Church Of Apopka and the Apopka Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association. Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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By News Highland – February 25, 2011 Facebook Pinterest Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Google+ Google+ WhatsApp The Court of Criminal Appeal in Dublin will rule today on the October 2004 conviction of Mary Kelly.Ms Kelly, who had previopusly been based in Burtonport had been convicted of criminal damage to a US military aircraft at Shannon airport on 29 January 2003.Her Appeal was heard on 29th July 2008, and no explanation has been given to date as to why it took over two and a half years to deliver the judgment.This first trial resulted in a hung jury on 4th of July 2003.The State subsequently retried Ms Kelly and she was convicted in Ennis Circuit Court under Judge Carroll Moran on 29th October 2004. WhatsApp 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Twitter Judgement due in Mary Kelly appeal after more than a two year wait 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic News Previous articleVoting underway in General Election 2011Next articleAfterschool service to close in Dungloe News Highland Twitter Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Facebook Pinterest Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR
On the moveOn 29 Jun 2004 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Nick Robeson has been elected as the new chairman of the Interim ManagementAssociation. He replaces Richard Lambert, who has stepped down partway throughhis term of office because of business commitments. Robeson is chief executiveof Boyden Interim Management. Performance Coaching International, an executive coaching organisation, hasappointed Louise Bradshaw as business development manager. Bradshaw joins fromNationwide, having held various operational management roles. She has extensivecustomer relationship management, learning, development and coachingexperience. Ben Stimson, group head of corporate responsibility at broadcaster BSkyB,has been appointed chairman of the Corporate Responsibility Group (CRG), anorganisation of 71 UK companies committed to corporate responsibility. The first chief executive of the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has beenconfirmed as Myra Kinghorn, currently a non-executive director of the SeriousFraud Office and a member of the Occupational Pensions Regulatory Authorityboard. The appointment was announced by the secretary of state for work andpensions, Andrew Smith. Comments are closed.
Position Overview:Assists with campus recycling program. Assists with distribution ofrecycling containers. Assists with aspects of daily pickup ofrecycled materials from campus. Assists with collecting andmonitoring data regarding collections and campus participation inprogram. Makes adjustments as required with approval of RecyclingLead. Assists with setups and take downs for campus events. Assistswith snow and ice removal as required. Help move office furniturefor new flooring, painting, etc. Performs duties and complies withneeds of special events, before, during, and after the specialevents are completed. Observes communicates, complies with andenforces Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) provisions;analyzes supplies and materials used in the performance, trainingand duties of subordinates of the trade. Available to help with afacilities emergency. This may necessitate the use of a pager forafter-hours call backs. Further, a pre arranged shift change may beimplemented for predictable emergencies like inclement weather.Performs other related duties as assigned.Department Specific Essential Job Functions:Assist with the set-up and break down of campus events, program,and activities. Support on-site coordination of vendors, staff,and/or volunteers. Respond to questions and provide information.May assist with collecting recycling materials across campus.QualificationsExperience Required:Performs administrative or manual tasks. Requires general educationor vocational training or equivalent combination of education andexperience.Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:Sufficient dexterity and coordination to operate equipment commonto the trade, especially trucks, fork lift, and industrialtractors. Reads, understands manuals and instructions printed inEnglish and documents legibly in same. Good oral and writtencommunications are needed to carry out the duties andresponsibilities of this position.Will this employee supervise others?No, this employee will NOT supervise other employees.Physical Demands:Repetitive movement of hands and fingers – typing and/or writing.Frequent standing, and/or sitting. Occasional walking, stooping,kneeling or crouching. Reach with hands and arms. Visuallyidentify, observe and assess. Ability to communicate withsupervisor/students/colleagues. Regular physical attendancerequired. The physical demands and work environment characteristicsdescribed here are representative of those that must be met by anemployee to successfully perform the essential functions of thisjob. Reasonable accommodations (in accordance with ADArequirements) may be made, upon request, to enable individuals withdisabilities to perform essential functions.This position requires a physical. The physical requirementsare: Ability to lift 50 lbs. regularly and 75 lbs.occasionally.Ability to lift 50 lbs. and carry 200 feet.Ability to lift 50 lbs. and carry up/down 30 stairs.Ability to walk regularly for long periods of time across thecampus.Ability to sit for long periods of time.Ability to use and reach with hands and arms regularly.Ability to climb in high places using a ladder or balancefrequently.Ability to stoop, kneel, crouch, bend and crawloccasionally.Ability to push or pull dolly loaded with up to 120 pounds for300 feet occasionally.Must have close, distance, and peripheral vision.Depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
“Carol Young Named Queen of Beach Patrol at Annual Ball” was the front page headline in the August 30, 1955 Ocean City Sentinel-Ledger.The article included the following information: “A crowd of 1,200 attended the dance, which is one of the social highlights of the younger set in the resort. Miss Young was the selection of a board of 16 judges comprising members of the Beach Patrol.”— By Fred Miller, historian and former OCBP lieutenant