Topics: Legal & compliance Sports betting Court ruling halts German sportsbook licensing process Germany’s leading sportsbook operator body the Deutscher Sportwettenverband (DSWV) has reacted with dismay after the Darmstadt Administrative Court halted the process to award the country’s federal sports betting licences. Tags: Mobile Online Gambling Email Address 3rd April 2020 | By contenteditor Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Regions: Europe Central and Eastern Europe Germany Germany’s leading sportsbook operator body the Deutscher Sportwettenverband (DSWV) has reacted with dismay after the Darmstadt Administrative Court halted the process to award the country’s federal sports betting licences.The licensing process was challenged by Vierklee, an Austrian sportsbook operator, which claimed the process, overseen by the Regional Council of Darmstadt, was being conducted with a lack of transparency and was discriminatory.While the full verdict is yet to be published, it represents a last-minute hurdle that casts doubt on whether operators will ever take bets under third amended State Treaty on Gambling.The Regional Council said it would assess the ruling once it was published, before it could make a decision on whether to appeal.“We can confirm the verdict,” it said. “However, we cannot tell you anything regarding consequences right now, since we don’t have/know the detailled reasons of the verdict yet. But for sure we will be evaluating whether we appeal the verdict of the court.”DSWV president Mathias Dahms described the court decision as “a big blow” to the association’s members.This, he said, meant operators faced another significant delay, having been waiting since 2012 to operate in the regulated market.“It is particularly annoying considering licences could have been awarded a long time ago.”It comes weeks after the Regional Council, the Hessian state authority responsible for processing licence applications, had claimed to be close to issuing its first licences. In February it said around 30 operators had applied, with a further 20 expressing an interest in doing so, which would have resulted in around 99% of German sports betting activity moving into the legal market.This was to be accompanied by the first prohibition orders, which would see internet service providers required to block access to unlicensed sites.It would have brought almost eight years of legal wrangling and debate to an end – at least in the short term – should the market have opened. While the State Treaty was originally drafted in 2012, its implementation was delayed by challenges against the legislation.Lawmakers finally reached a compromise in February 2019, agreeing to bring the Treaty into effect for 18 months, from January 2020. This tweaked version, with the original 20-licence cap removed, is due to be replaced by a more expansive framework in which casino and poker are permitted from 1 July, 2021.However, the restrictive controls set out in the third State Treaty are to be retained in the new treaty, the Glücksspielneuregulierungstaatsvertrag (GlüNeuRStV) that was approved by state lawmakers in March.This will see in-play wagering limited to markets on final results and next goalscorer, something that the DSWV has previously criticised.Online slots, meanwhile, have stakes limited to €1 per spin, and states will have a veto over whether to offer online casino. They will also have the option to hand their lotteries a monopoly for the vertical.But as a result of the court challenge, and with the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic shutting down all major sport, it is unclear whether sportsbook licences will ever be issued under the third State Treaty.“Sports betting providers in Germany are once again denied access to a regulated market and thus legal certainty,” Dahms said in conclusion. “The applicants have once again invested a lot of effort and energy into the application process and prepared for the regulated market.“I also feel sorry for the employees in the Hessian Ministry of the Interior and the Darmstadt Regional Council, who have been very committed in the past few months to finally making the licensing process a success,” he added. “We hope that the authorities can continue, and quickly issue permits.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Legal & compliance
Nation Media Group Limited (NMG.ke) listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange under the Printing & Publishing sector has released it’s 2014 abridged results.For more information about Nation Media Group Limited (NMG.ke) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Nation Media Group Limited (NMG.ke) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Nation Media Group Limited (NMG.ke) 2014 abridged results.Company ProfileNation Media Group Limited is an independent media house with operations in East and Central Africa. The company publishes and distributes a selection of printed newspapers and magazines and owns and runs radio and television broadcasting channels. Nation Media Group also produces digital media which accessible to private and public sectors in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Tanzania. The company aims to create and promote content which informs, educates and entertains its target markets across different media platforms. The media group was founded in 1959 and its head office is in Nairobi, Kenya. Nation Media Group Limited is listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange
Total Kenya Limited (TOTL.ke) listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange under the Energy sector has released it’s 2020 interim results for the half year.For more information about Total Kenya Limited (TOTL.ke) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Total Kenya Limited (TOTL.ke) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Total Kenya Limited (TOTL.ke) 2020 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileTotal Kenya Limited is the largest oil and gas marketer in Kenya with an extensive network of service stations and fuel depots, liquefied petroleum gas filling plants and aviation depots. The Kenyan oil and gas company is a subsidiary of the global Total Group which is the fourth-largest publicly traded integrated international oil and gas company in the world with a presence in over 100 countries. The company was founded in 1955 as OZO East Africa Limited but changed its name to Total Oil Products East Africa Limited in 1988, making it the first multi-national oil company listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange. The company changed its name to Total Kenya Limited in 1991. Total Kenya Limited has more than 176 service stations, 5 wholly-owned fuel depots and 3 jointly-owned depots, 2 liquefied petroleum gas filling plants, 1 lubricant blending plant and 5 aviation depots. Its head office is in Nairobi, Kenya. Total Kenya Limited is listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange
Area: 2800 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Save this picture!© Cyrille Hanappe, Olivier Leclercq+ 16Curated by Paula Pintos Share Promise at Dawn, Center of Emergency Accommodation / AIR + Moon Architecture France ArchDaily Projects Social Housing CopySocial Housing, Sustainability•París, France ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/912467/promise-at-dawn-center-of-emergency-accommodation-air-plus-moon-architecture Clipboard “COPY” Architects: AIR, Moon Architecture Area Area of this architecture project 2016 Photographs Photographs: Cyrille Hanappe, Olivier LeclercqSave this picture!© Cyrille Hanappe, Olivier LeclercqRecommended ProductsMetallicsStudcoWall Stop Ends – EzyCapWoodLunawoodThermowood FacadesMetallicsKriskadecorMetal Fabric – Outdoor CladdingWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsText description provided by the architects. The City of Paris decided to create a Center of Emergency Accommodation for homeless in the Bois de Boulogne, next to the most expensive neighborhood of Paris. The project was very political and met a strong resistance by the wealthy inhabitants of the 16th Arrondissement of Paris who didn’t want at first to have any “poor or refugees” in their neighborhood. Every legal and illegal moves were made, including two fire during the construction. After being opened, the inhabitants finally changed their mind and were very happy to have those “nice new people” in their neighborhood, flooding them with gifts and clothes…Save this picture!© Cyrille Hanappe, Olivier LeclercqThe center is temporary and will exist only for three years. It is located on a declassified road, to avoid the legal complication of being situated in such a sensitive zone.Save this picture!© Cyrille Hanappe, Olivier LeclercqThe technical conception included the temporary status of the construction but the project was nevertheless designed as if it was permanent. This design of permanency was important as the architect wanted the building to be fully inserted in the city and the neighborhood, not showing its temporary status, as they didn’t want the inhabitants to feel different of the other citizens of the surroundings.Save this picture!© Cyrille Hanappe, Olivier LeclercqThe building was prefabricated. 117 full wood modules with a high level of insulation were delivered on site to offer 200 accommodation organized in individual or familial rooms with common and shared rooms . The assembled modules form nine blocks that are separated by rifts that are either void or filled with stairs and walkways, creating openings toward the Bois de Boulogne.Save this picture!© Cyrille Hanappe, Olivier LeclercqThe architect of AIR – Cyrille Hanappe & Olivier Leclercq have developed over the years a specialty on housing for excluded people (migrants, homeless, refugees, roma people). They insist on the importance of giving an image of sustainability to the building dedicated to people in need of stability and to give it the same level of attention that permanent housing. This goes in the treatment of the facade, made out of wood with a variation of colors in relation with the surrounding trees, on the creation of common rooms with natural lighting that were not in the original command of the client, on the generous size of the windows.Save this picture!Plan 01Save this picture!Plan 07That house feeling is confirmed by one of the inhabitants, a mother that found shelter there with her child : “I never lived in an ecological house and I’m very happy of doing that here : I open my window, I can see the trees, I can hear the birds…”Save this picture!© Cyrille Hanappe, Olivier LeclercqProject gallerySee allShow lessImpluvium Minora House / CU4 ArquitecturaSelected ProjectsAndrés Jaque / Office for Political Innovation Unveil Experimental Madrid SchoolArchitecture NewsProject locationAddress:Paris, FranceLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/912467/promise-at-dawn-center-of-emergency-accommodation-air-plus-moon-architecture Clipboard Promise at Dawn, Center of Emergency Accommodation / AIR + Moon ArchitectureSave this projectSavePromise at Dawn, Center of Emergency Accommodation / AIR + Moon Architecture Year: CopyAbout this officeAIROfficeFollowMoon ArchitectureOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassSteel#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureSocial HousingSustainabilityParisParísFrancePublished on July 25, 2019Cite: “Promise at Dawn, Center of Emergency Accommodation / AIR + Moon Architecture” 25 Jul 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Tagged with: Celebrity Paddington™ launches Bear Miles appeal for Action Medical Research Howard Lake | 1 August 2014 | News 66 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Paddington Bear at Paddington Station with friends Paddington Bear is launching a new appeal for Action Medical Research, as the children’s book and TV character sets off on a tour of UK hospitals this month to visit sick children and babies.Paddington is the mascot of Action Medical Research, and he is asking the public to support him on his travels by donating ‘Bear Miles‘. Income from the ‘Bear Miles for Breakthroughs’ will fund research to help save and change the lives of sick babies and children.At the launch of the appeal Paddington was appropriately waved off at Paddington Station.His tour will take him to the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital in Brighton on Tuesday, August 5, before visiting the Great North Children’s Hospital in Newcastle on August 19, Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge on August 27 and finally the John Radcliffe Children’s Hospital in Oxford on September 10.Buying 10 bear miles (£10) could fund essential laboratory items such as pipettes; 15 bear miles (£15) could help fund an hour of a research nurse’s time and 38 bear miles (£38) could fund a pioneering research project for an hour.Every person who donates to the appeal will receive an e-postcard from the bear from ‘darkest Peru’ thanking them for their generous support. Editor’s note 10 September 2014Given our coverage of Action Medical Research, the charity has invited us to post this supporter badge on this story.This is the first time that AMR has run this kind of campaign. Expect to see the badge on other charity sector websites, and on those of more supporters. Advertisement Paddington is the star of a film featuring Hugh Bonneville and Julie Walters, due out at the end of 2014.Sarah Moss, Director of Communications at Action Medical Research, said:“We are delighted to be taking Paddington on tour this summer to help spread the word about the life-changing work we do here at Action Medical Research. He has been at the heart of our fundraising efforts for nearly 40 years and the money raised through the ‘Bear Miles for Breakthroughs’ appeal will enable us to continue helping thousands of sick babies and children.” 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.
Home Energy Increased Funding for Biofuels By Gary Truitt – Jul 2, 2012 Facebook Twitter SHARE Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack, Navy Secretary Ray Mabus and Deputy Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change Heather Zichal announced Monday the availability of up to 30-million dollars in funding for commercial scale advanced drop-in biofuels through the Defense Production Act and Energy Department. National Farmers Union President Roger Johnson says the initiative is great for rural America because it helps create more jobs and keeps more money in the U.S. – rather than overseas. Johnson says it also makes sense to utilize home-grown fuel rather than relying on foreign oil – and increased use of biofuels helps moderate fuel costs. SHARE Previous articleCorn in Crisis in SW IndianaNext articleJohn Hussey update for July 2nd Gary Truitt Increased Funding for Biofuels Source: NAFB News Service Facebook Twitter
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Previous Article Next Article The Construction Industry TrainingBoard (CITB) has created two new posts to encourage more women and ethnicminorities into the construction industry. Aaron Mounds and Di Barber (right) arethe board’s new equal opportunities and diversity advisers. Mounds joins fromthe Hampshire Constabulary, where he was equal opportunities adviserresponsible for implementing and monitoring the police force’s equalopportunities policy. Barber produced and carried out the equal opportunitiesstrategy for the Greater Nottingham Training and Enterprise Council, where shedesigned an equal opportunities good practice standard.County Durham andDarlington Health Authority has appointed a business director from thechemicals industry to develop nurses, doctors and clinical staff.Alan Cowie is nowchief executive of the new Durham and Teesside NHS Workforce DevelopmentConfederation. The body came into effect on 1 April and others are being set upacross the country. For the last three years, Cowie has been businessvice-president of Synetix, part of ICI, and was previously managing director ofTioxide Specialties.Trade and IndustrySecretary Stephen Byers has announced the appointment of Professor Paul Daviesand Professor Kenneth Miller as deputy chairmen of the Central ArbitrationCommittee. Davies is a Cassel Professor of Commercial Law at the London Schoolof Economics and Political Science. Miller is head of department of the lawschool at the University of Strathclyde and a member of the Law Society ofScotland.Personal profileHelenBoardman is the new development and training manager for law firm NabarroNathanson. She has previously been an independent HR and training consultantand has been training manager for law firm Hammond Suddards Edge.Whatis the most important lesson you have learnt in your career?Neverunderestimate people’s potential to learn and develop.What is the strangest situation youhave had to deal with at work?Running a trainingcourse in the middle of a mock Victorian street with an eight-foot stuffedhorse looking over my shoulder.If your house was onfire and you could save only one object, what would it be?I would have adilemma about which of my Persian cats to save.What is the best thingabout working in HR?Knowing that youcan influence how people can develop.What is the worst?Having to convincepeople that training is crucial to the organisation.You have stumbled upona time machine hidden in the vaults of your company building. What time periodwould you visit ?I would go forward100 years into the futureWhat would be yourMastermind special subject?History of art.How do you get to work?I drive a roundtrip of 110 miles to the office. I use the time to review and plan mentally.What is your favouritecheese?WensleydaleWhat is your favouritedrink?I don’t drinkalcohol.What is your greateststrength?Being able toproduce a constant stream of creative ideas.What is your leastappealing characteristic?I am the customerfrom hell – if things aren’t right, I complain.Whatis the greatest risk you have ever taken?Having children and all the juggling of work-life balance.CV:Helen BoardmanMarch 2001Development and training manager, Nabarro NathansonMay 1994 HR and training consultant.March 1991 Training manager, Hammond Suddards EdgeJanuary 1990 Regional trainer, Humberside County MuseumsTop jobHarjitSidhu has been appointed as associate director (HR) at the telecommunicationscompany Transcomm, the new name for the merged businesses of RAM Mobile Data,Tardis Mobile and Playsafe Monitoring.Sidhu was formerly HRmanager for RAM Mobile Data and has played a significant role in the company’s consolidationprocess since the companies merged last summer.At RAM, Sidhu hasimplemented policies to improve morale following the merger, including flexibleworking hours, dressing down and home working for sales personnel.She was previously HRadviser for the shopping channel QVC, where she cut recruitment costs by halfby developing an in-house selection scheme for presenters. The selectionprocedure, which was previously conducted by agencies, involved day-long trialswhere potential presenters were asked to talk about products. She alsorecruited people for roles elsewhere in the company, including board levelpositions.At Transcomm, Sidhuplans to introduce a performance management system which will set out clearlyeach person’s goals within the company. She said, “It is about tellingpeople what they are there for, what the company’s goals are and their part inthat.” Comments are closed. … on the moveOn 10 Apr 2001 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.