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  • Pharma-Deko Plc (PHARMD.ng) 2020 Annual Report

    first_imgPharma-Deko Plc (PHARMD.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Pharmaceuticals sector has released it’s 2020 annual report.For more information about Pharma-Deko Plc (PHARMD.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Pharma-Deko Plc (PHARMD.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Pharma-Deko Plc (PHARMD.ng)  2020 annual report.Company ProfilePharma-Deko Plc manufactures, packages and markets a range of pharmaceutical and consumer products in Nigeria. Pharmaceutical products include Parkalin cough syrup, Revitone blood tonic, Salins liniment, Hexdene mouth wash, Brett mouth wash, Omepraz, Pharmadec drops and syrups, Phardol suppository and drops, Amycin dry powder and capsules, Anuproct suppositories, Vitacee drops and syrups, Antasil tablets, garlic tablets, Amoquin anti-malarial tablets and Parkprim suspension and tablets. The company also produces and sells a non-sugar cream soda; and manufactures and packages pharmaceutical and consumer products under contract. Established in 1962 and formerly known as Parke-Davis & Company (US), the company changed its name to Pharma-Deko Limited in 1990. It is now known as Pharma-Deko Plc. The company head office is in Ogun State, Nigeria. Pharma-Deko Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchangelast_img read more

  • Recycling Factory to raise funds for Mencap

    first_img Howard Lake | 12 January 2012 | News Recycling Factory to raise funds for Mencap  30 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. The Recycling Factory is to generate funds for learning disability charity Mencap by recycling inkjet and toner cartridges and mobile phones.Mencap will receive a donation for each of these items sent in by supporters provided they can be successfully recycled. There is no cost to Mencap to operate the scheme. The Recycling Factory supplies relevant materials such as freepost envelopes and collection boxes completely free of charge.The company collect and recycle more than 700,000 inkjet cartridges, toner cartridges and mobile phones each month at their site in Boston, Lincolnshire. So far it has raised more than £2 million for its charity partners which include RNLI, NSPCC, Sense, Seafarers UK, and Papworth Hospital Charity.www.therecyclingfactory.com/mencap Tagged with: Recycling Trading AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more

  • USDA Grants Mr. Claus Movement Permit in U.S.

    first_imgHome Indiana Agriculture News USDA Grants Mr. Claus Movement Permit in U.S. SHARE The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) today issued a movement permit to Mr. S. Nicholas Claus of the North Pole, a broker with Worldwide Gifts, Unlimited. The permit will allow reindeer to enter and exit the United States between the hours of 7 p.m. December 24, 2019 and 7 a.m. December 25, 2019, through or over any U.S. border port.“With a growing world population, Mr. Claus will have his busiest Christmas yet. At USDA, we want to ensure we are not hindering Mr. Claus’ important work of spreading Christmas Cheer for all to hear,” said Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue. “Ease of access into the United States for Mr. Claus and his nine reindeer will ensure that children all over the country – including my own fourteen grandchildren – will wake up on Christmas morning with joy and filled with the spirit of the season. USDA issued this permit in advance and waived all applicable fees to help ensure a smooth trip on Christmas Eve night.”In addition to the normal disease testing requirements, flying reindeer must undergo additional tests to ensure they will be able to safely handle significant changes in altitude and temperature throughout their journey, and are fit for landing on rooftops. On this year’s health certificate, the accredited veterinarian noted that one of the reindeer named Rudolph was positive for “red nose syndrome,” however, it was also explained that this is normal for him and not an animal health concern. The veterinarian also verified the reindeer have been vaccinated against any diseases they could encounter on their trip around the world.At the request of Mr. and Mrs. Claus, APHIS also completed a courtesy welfare and humane treatment check of the reindeer facility. Mr. Claus and his staff passed with flying colors.They will arrive pulling a wooden sleigh with jingling bells attached, filled with brightly wrapped gifts. Port personnel will clean and disinfect the runners and underside of the sleigh at the time of entry, and will also conduct a short visual inspection of the reindeer. Mr. Claus will also have his boots disinfected and will thoroughly wash his hands. These measures are intended to prevent the entry of any livestock diseases the team may encounter during deliveries to farms around the world prior to entering the United States.“It would be a disaster for Worldwide Gifts, Unlimited, if my reindeer were to unintentionally bring in foot and mouth disease along with all the gifts,” explained Mr. Claus. “Why, something like that could put me out of business. That’s why we work all year to keep the reindeer healthy and take all possible precautions before and during our trip.”Mr. Claus has also provided an advance list of what port personnel should expect upon their arrival. This includes a variety of food items, all of which come from approved locations and none of which pose a threat to U.S. animal or plant health. Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter By USDA Communications – Dec 23, 2019 SHARE USDA Grants Mr. Claus Movement Permit in U.S. Previous articleCulp Re-Elected at Indiana Farm Bureau and Senator Braun Talks China on the HAT Monday Morning EditionNext articleChina Can Fulfill Pledge to Purchase $40 Billion in U.S. Farm Goods USDA Communicationslast_img read more

  • Do the FHA’s Proposed Servicing Reforms Limit Borrowers’ Credit Access?

    first_img About Author: Xhevrije West Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, News Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Previous: Delinquency Rates Remain Low Across SFR Securitizations Next: DS News Webcast: Tuesday 9/1/2015 Related Articles Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Tagged with: Credit Access FHA Mortgage Servicers Urban Institute Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago August 31, 2015 1,518 Views Credit Access FHA Mortgage Servicers Urban Institute 2015-08-31 xhevrijewest  Print This Postcenter_img The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Subscribe Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Share Save The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Xhevrije West is a talented writer and editor based in Dallas, Texas. She has worked for a number of publications including The Syracuse New Times, Dallas Flow Magazine, and Bellwethr Magazine. She completed her Bachelors at Alcorn State University and went on to complete her Masters at Syracuse University. Do the FHA’s Proposed Servicing Reforms Limit Borrowers’ Credit Access? The Federal Housing Administration’s (FHA) proposed servicing reforms are limiting credit access to borrowers by altering the time frame for filing insurance claims.The Urban Institute released a report Monday detailing how the FHA’s proposed servicing rule would implicate prospective FHA borrowers by limiting their credit access.The report’s author, Laurie Goodman, director of the Housing Finance Policy Center at the Urban Institute noted that in July 2015, the FHA proposed a new rule that would affect servicing FHA loans.”The changes that the FHA has proposed both raise the cost and increase the uncertainty of servicing delinquent FHA loans, and thus may ultimately affect access to credit.”The new rule would limit the maximum period for filing insurance claims with the FHA, which would limit access to credit. In addition the rule would also change policies concerning curtailment of interest and disallowance of certain expenses incurred by servicers.”Servicers are imposing overlays on the FHA credit box partly because they are concerned about both the high costs associated with servicing delinquent FHA loans and the inability to adequately price for foreclosure-related uncertainty,” Goodman said. “The latter includes the fluctuating costs associated with long timelines, property preservation, and conveyance, as well as the unpredictability of when at what cost servicing can be transferred. The changes that the FHA has proposed both raise the cost and increase the uncertainty of servicing delinquent FHA loans, and thus may ultimately affect access to credit.”Previously, HUD did not have a specific deadline as to when a servicer must file an insurance claim and claims could be filed at any time as long as the servicer complies with all requirements. The newly proposed regulation requires servicers to file claims no more than 12 months after the “reasonable diligence time frame” (RDT) expires or the insurance will terminate automatically.Problems from the Lender or Servicer Perspective:First, the RTD-plus-12-month time frame to file a claim is simply unrealistic.Second, the proposed rule is silent on how to handle reconveyances.Finally, having the insurance terminate automatically and without notice will generate considerable uncertainty for lenders and servicers.The proposed rule also raises concerns for servicers, borrowers, Ginnie Mae (GNMA), and the mortgage market as a whole. The new time frame could negatively affect borrowers who may benefit from loan modifications late in the foreclosure process. Higher risk of losses could occur as GNMA bear the counterparty risk on its originators.”The proposed rule is a mixed bag, but on balance far more negative than positive,” Goodman said. “It represents a modest improvement to very harsh rules for missing established deadlines. But it imposes an unrealistic timeline for filing FHA insurance claims and an overly punitive penalty for missing that timeline. We worry that this latter change will increase the uncertainty associated with servicing delinquent loans, unnecessarily tightening access to credit and the assistance provided to some struggling borrowers.”The Urban Institute is encouraging comments on the FHA’s proposal until September 4, 2015.Click here to view the complete report The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Home / Daily Dose / Do the FHA’s Proposed Servicing Reforms Limit Borrowers’ Credit Access?last_img read more

  • Calls for investigation as man lay dead for up to 5 weeks

    first_img Calls for investigation as man lay dead for up to 5 weeks Facebook Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Facebook Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic WhatsApp Previous articleJudge says rioters are ruining the positive image of DerryNext articleGovernment warned of few options with pension levy News Highland Twitter Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th center_img Pinterest WhatsApp 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North By News Highland – May 17, 2013 Google+ Age Action says cutbacks to the supervision of older people in sheltered accommodation are putting more lives at riskThe warning comes following the death of a man in council accommodation in Dublin.The body of a 62-year-old father of two Brian Corr was found 5 weeks after his death in council accommodation in Beggars Bush Court in Ballsbridge.Dublin City Council is coming under pressure to investigate how he lay undiscovered for so long.Age Action Spokesperson Gerard Scully says he believes that liaison officers, or wardens, who are suppose to check the homes, have been scaled back because of budget cuts.”We in Age Action understand that there are cutbacks in this area and some of the liaison officers are quite stretched in their work” he said.”But really it’s a tragic end to a life that somebody can be in their home for 5 weeks, dead, without being discovered” he added. News Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Google+last_img read more

  • Death of Guatemalan toddler detained by ICE sparks $60M legal claim

    first_imgYazmin Juarez(NEW YORK) — A Guatemalan toddler who died weeks after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border with her mother is at the center of a wrongful death claim that’s seeking $60 million from the federal government.Mariee Juarez and mother Yazmin, who told ABC News she was fleeing an abusive situation at home, illegally crossed into the United States earlier this year, but they were detained and taken to a family detention center in Dilley, Texas, where all medical care is provided by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Health Services.Medical records obtained by ABC News amid an ongoing investigation of health care practices in immigration detention centers in partnership with the nonprofit criminal justice watchdog The Marshall Project show there was no indication Mariee was sick when she entered the facility, but she soon developed a respiratory infection that Yazmin says was inadequately treated for nearly two weeks.Mariee visited the health clinic several times, medical records show, where she was seen on several occasions by physician assistants and a nurse, but she only saw an actual doctor once.“Frankly, to me, it was completely irresponsible,” Yazmin told ABC News of her daughter’s medical treatment at the Dilley facility. “I think they should think about the children. The children are little angels, and this is not their fault.”After 20 days at the detention facility, Yazmin and Mariee were released to fly to join Yazmin’s mother in New Jersey. According to Yazmin’s wrongful death filing, no medical personnel examined or cleared Mariee for the flight. Mariee’s condition worsened on the flight, and hours after landing she was taken to the emergency room. After six weeks in hospitals, she died.On Nov. 27, lawyers for Yazmin filed an administrative wrongful death claim seeking $60 million from the federal government. In a letter accompanying the claim, attorney R. Stanton Jones asserted “Mariee died because the medical care she received at the Dilley detention facility was woefully inadequate, neglectful, and substandard.”In response to questions from ABC News, an ICE spokesperson said the agency was unable to comment because of Yazmin Juarez’s legal claim but released a statement saying, “ICE takes very seriously the health, safety and welfare of those in our care … including providing access to necessary and appropriate medical care.”But critics say Mariee’s case is not an isolated one. Human Rights Watch, the prominent international research and advocacy organization, obtained medical records for 52 ICE detainees who’ve died since 2010, and their experts concluded that almost half of those death were linked to substandard healthcare.Dr. Mark Stern, a former healthcare consultant for the Department of Homeland Security who once investigated allegations of insufficient or poor healthcare at ICE facilities, said those records show people are “needlessly dying” in a “broken system.”“I’m not surprised that people are dying,” Stern told ABC News. “It is preventable.”For Yazmin, the tragedy has left her with an uncertain future.“After all the ugly things I lived in Guatemala, I had so many dreams for her, so many expectations,” she said.But she’s sure she knows why her daughter died.“I think it was because they did not care,” she said. “They didn’t care.” Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

  • Up to 30 llamas set loose after being stolen from exotic animal farm in California

    first_imgjeancliclac/iStock(PERRIS, Ca) —  Dozens of llamas were stolen and set loose from an exotic animal farm in Perris, California, following calls on social media that the animals were being mistreated, according to reports.Deputies from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department and officers from the Riverside County Department of Animal Services rounded up about 30 llamas after receiving calls that they were running amok along a busy roadway in Perris, some 70 miles east of Los Angeles, ABC Los Angeles station KABC reported.The llamas were freed after someone cut the lock to a fence and loaded them onto a truck before dawn on Monday, according to the station. The stolen animals were worth about $1.6 million, one worker told KABC.Neighbor James Aiken told KABC that he looked out his window and saw the llamas gallivanting down the street.“I thought, ‘That’s kind of strange,’” he said.The farm, which sits on 14 acres, houses other animals such as ostriches, alpacas, emus and water buffalo. The farm has been targeted on social media by activists who claim the animals are being abused and neglected.While the Riverside County code enforcement department is working with the property owner regarding violations on some overgrown land, animal control found no evidence of mistreatment after several visits, stating that the animals appear to be in good health and are watered and fed regularly, KABC reported.Animal control spokesman John Welsh told the Riverside Press Enterprise that the “rage on social media” prompted the department to send investigators to the property “almost every day” over the last week and a half. The caretakers started putting the feed near the property line to prove the animals were being cared for after a “public sideshow” resulted from the social media claims, he added.“It’s not a well-kept property, but we don’t have any evidence of animal abuse or neglect, whatsoever,” Welsh told the local newspaper.About 355 birds and hoofed animals live on the property, Welsh said. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

  • Student Event Worker

    first_imgPosting Job TitleStudent Event WorkerDepartmentStudent SuccessPosition TypeOtherNumber of openings6Job SummaryUnder the supervision of the Athletic Facility & ClinicCoordinator, the Athletic Event Worker will assist in gameoperations at campus sporting events, and perform other relatedduties as required.Required Qualifications• High school graduate or equivalent• Must be 18 years of age• Must have excellent written and oral communication skills• Must be able to perform mathematical calculations and follow oraland written instructions• Should be knowledgeable and have the ability to successfullyperform the duties assigned• Work well with the public and diverse community members• Must be able to work flexible hours, split shifts, evenings, andweekendsPreferred QualificationsRequired application documentsPlease submit a resume with the application.Hours per WeekVariesWork Hours/DaysHours and days will vary.Salary Grade LevelOTHERSalaryCompetitive rate of payLocationOverland Park Main CampusDisclosuresEvery employee of the college is expected to treat all members ofthe college community with dignity and respect demonstratingprofessional, courteous and respectful behavior and engage inconstructive conflict resolution, when needed.In accordance with the college policy, finalists for this positionwill be subject to criminal background investigations. Individualhiring departments at JCCC may elect to administer pre-employmenttests, which are relevant to essential job functions as part of theapplicant selection/hiring process. Many departments require thoseselected for hire to submit a certified transcript for all degreesobtained. For full consideration, applicants are encouraged toapply prior to the review date listed in posting.Johnson County Community College welcomes the application of anyqualified candidate and does not discriminate on the basis of race,color, age, sex, religion, marital status, national origin,disability, veteran’s status, sexual orientation, gender identity,genetic information or other factors which cannot be lawfullyconsidered, to the extent specified by applicable federal and statelaws.If you are an applicant requesting assistance or a reasonableaccommodation in the application process, please contact the Officeof Human Resources at 913-469-3877, or email [email protected] a summary of all disclosures (Background check, Clery Act, ADA,EOE, etc.) refer to the links on our Career page.Advertised: 12 Jan 2021 Central Standard TimeApplications close: 17 May 2021 Central Daylight Timelast_img read more

  • GOP Breakfast Saturday, September 21, 2019

    first_imgFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailShare Reminder:   The GOP Monthly Breakfast isSaturday September 21, 2019 Paid for by the Vanderburgh County Republican Party, Farley Smith, Treasurer center_img 9:00- AdjournFor more information contact Mary Jo Kaiser at 812-425-8207 or email [email protected]   WHERE:  C.K. Newsome Center , Room 118A-B    100 Walnut Street, Evansville, IN 47713WHEN: Saturday, September 21, 20197:30 – Doors Open (Complimentary Continental Breakfast)8:00 – Program          >Guest Speaker:  City Council Candidates   > Chairman Parke provides update on political happenings    Vanderburgh County Republican Party Breakfast                 last_img read more

  • SCHOOL’S OUT

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