Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry By News Highland – July 7, 2014 PARC welcome confirmation of tougher legislation for “L” drivers Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ WhatsApp WhatsApp Previous articleMartina Anderson reacts to image being placed on bonfireNext articleDelia to expand McGuinness’ role at Celtic News Highland News Pinterest Facebook Pinterest Facebook 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic PSNI and Gardai urged to investigate Adams’ claims he sheltered on-the-run suspect in Donegal Twitter Google+ HSE warns of ‘widespread cancellations’ of appointments next week Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released The Donegal Road Safety group PARC has welcomed confirmation today that L plate drivers will face penalty points and a fine if they are caught driving unaccompanied.New drivers will then have to display an ‘N’ plate for two years once they get their full licence, and will face restrictions on some areas of driving.Susan Grey of PARC says the new system will have a major positive impact on road safety:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/parc530L.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.
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16SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr In her presentation, “How to Build Business With Members and Prospects not Like You,” Kelly McDonald began by showing her primarily North American CEO/Executive Team Network™ audience how truly diverse the marketplace is, how much it’s changed and how fast it’s continuing to evolve. The U.S. Census Diversity Index, for example, measures the probability that two people chosen at random will be of a different race and ethnicity on a scale of 0 to 100. In 1980, the likelihood was 32; by 1990, it was 40; by 2000, 47; and by 2010, 52.Pointing out that diversity takes many forms (age, rural vs. metro, gender, physical abilities to name a few), she said “understanding someone different from you means understanding their life, their priorities, their values, the experiences that define them, their perspective.”To see what she meant, try this simple exercise: Ask a variety of people who Ron Howard is. “Matures” might say Opie from The Andy Griffith Show, while Boomers might answer Richie from Happy Days, and Gen X and Gen Y might identify him as the director of movies like Apollo 13 and The Da Vinci Code. All correct answers, just different perspectives.When targeting Gen Y, McDonald, author of Crafting the Customer Experience for People not Like You, recommended appealing to these key values: continue reading »
Torben Möger Pedersen, PensionDanmark’s chief executive, said: “2015 was a turbulent year, particularly on the listed markets.”In the light of this, the pension is satisfied with the year’s investment return, he said.In its annual report, PensionDanmark warned that, over the next few years, it expects a somewhat lower return than in 2015.“The time of very high returns is over,” Möger Pedersen said.He said this was partly because of the very low level of interest rates, and partly due to the fact equities went from being priced at low levels just after the financial crisis to current levels, where they are priced slightly on the expensive side.He said there were also a lot of factors indicating that there would be greater swings in returns in the future than had been the case in recent years.PensionDanmark’s quoted equities made a 7.7% return in 2015, outperforming the benchmark by 3.4 percentage points, according to the annual report.Corporate and emerging market bonds, however, finished the year with a 2.4% loss, falling short of the benchmark by 0.8 percentage points.Within unlisted assets, private equity generated 12.1% last year, while infrastructure returned 7.2% and property 8.7%.PensionDanmark said it expanded its investments in infrastructure and real estate over the course of last year, emphasising that these assets were less sensitive to the economic cycle.It had DKK18.8bn invested in infrastructure and DKK13.6bn in real estate at the end of 2015, amounting to 18% of its overall investment assets of DKK183bn.The pension fund said the growth in employment in Denmark had shown through in its annual figures, with regular contributions rising 6% to DKK10.8bn in 2015, and membership numbers climbing by 20,000 to 684,000. Danish labour-market pension fund PensionDanmark reported 2015 investment returns of less than half the prior year’s levels at just over 5%.It predicted the returns it would reap over the next few years would turn out to be still lower, partly because equity markets are now overpriced. In its annual report, the pension fund said pre-tax profit on investment assets dropped to DKK7.1bn (€952n) in 2015 from DKK16.1bn in 2014.The pre-tax return for scheme members aged 65 fell to 3% last year from 10.6% the year before, while that for 40-year-old members slid to 5.2% from 10.5%.
Those surviving who will cherish Charles’ memory include his wife, Pamela Conner; son, Nathan (Sarah) Bates of Fairland; daughter, Ashley Parrish of Greenwood; 2 grandchildren, Rylend and Landon Bates; one sister, Jerrie Hinson of Las Vegas, NV, and one brother, Phillip (Susan) Conner of New Castle. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by one brother, Larry Lamance and a sister, Patricia Pierce. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions can be made to the Everton Fire Department, 5495 IN-1, Connersville, IN 47331. To sign the online guestbook please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Charles Conner. Charles M. “Buffalo” Conner, of Connersville, was born on May 1, 1956 in New Castle, the son of Dalton and Della York Conner. He worked for Duke Energy for 38 years in substation maintenance and retired in July of 2017. After being together almost 23 years, Charles surprised his love, Pamela Bates with a marriage proposal and on May 8, 2015 they tied the knot. He enjoyed dogs; training German Shepherds for 34 years, and was part of the Everton Water Board. On Wednesday, March 21, 2018 at the age of 61, Charles passed away at Reid Health in Richmond.
Nigerian Midfielder, Mikel Agu, is the latest player to join the Super Eagles growing injury list.Mikel is now a doubt for Nigeria ahead of the final round of 2018 World Cup qualifiers this weekend.The 24-year-old defensive midfielder faces a race to be fit in time for the Super Eagles matches against Algeria and Argentina on November 10 and 14 respectively. The player was substituted 45 minutes into Bursaspor’s 2-2 draw with Kasimpasa on Saturday because he was still nursing an injury.A source said, “Mikel felt some pains before the match against Kasimpasa, so the coach had to replace him after the first half.”“His manager did not want him to worsen the injury. Bursaspor doctors have carried out tests on Mikel and they said the injury is not too serious.”This adds to the injury list that has; Victor Moses, Elderson Echiejile, Odion Ighalo and Moses Simon. Leon Balogun is also reportedly short of match fitness.RelatedMikel Obi, John Ogu Hit Eagles CampMay 24, 2018In “National Team”Rohr Unveils 23-man Squad For Zambia ShowdownSeptember 26, 2017In “National Team”INSIDE AFCON 2019: Mikel Obi to Miss Third Place Clash Against Tunisia (AUDIO)July 16, 2019In “AFCON”