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first_img Historic buildings charity The Landmark Trust is offering 50 free stays in its remarkable buildings to charities and their beneficiaries.The breaks are available between 12 to 19 March 2018 in selected ‘Landmarks’, the historic buildings that were at risk that the Trust has helped restore.Applications for the breaks are open to registered charities, educational institutions and not-for-profit organisations who are applying on behalf of:deserving individuals who they vouch would especially benefit from a stay in a Landmarkindividuals who would benefit from away time to study the building, ortheir own management to develop their not-for-profit activities.  241 total views,  3 views today Howard Lake | 13 November 2017 | News 50 for Free is being run for the fifth year in succession. The initiative is designed to bring “the restorative benefits of a stay in a Landmark to those who need them most, but could not necessarily afford to book”. SEE ALSO: Points of Light Award to Room to Reward founderThe feedback to the charity form benefiting groups and individuals in past years “proves the worth of such breaks, providing enjoyment, respite and inspiration”. Bath Tower, Caernarfon – Landmark Trust – photo: Jill Tate Advertisement Tagged with: FREE Volunteers  242 total views,  4 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis39 The scheme costs £18,000 to run and is made possible by donations from a small number of individuals whom the charity approached for help. Funding for the 2018 stays has not yet been confirmed but the Trust is expecting to hear from a grantmaking trust it approached with a request for multi-year support.The closing date for applications to 50 for Free is midnight on Sunday 3 December 2017.center_img The White House (Shropshire) – Landmark Trust – photo: Jill Tate SEE ALSO: Waitrose offers five gourmet dinners to community groups These beneficiaries have enjoyed many different activities during their stays: walking, playing games, canal boat trips, fossil hunting, star-gazing, and simply taking time to talk, reflect, comfort others and self-heal. A Landmark stay can help in so many different ways. 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. Morpeth Castle – Landmark Trust – photo: Jill Tate Landmark Trust offers 50 short breaks for free to charities AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis39last_img read more

first_img News March 8, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Outcry over arrest of TV journalist in Táchira state August 25, 2020 Find out more Coronavirus “information heroes” – journalism that saves lives Help by sharing this information VenezuelaAmericas VenezuelaAmericas News January 13, 2021 Find out more Receive email alerts New wave of censorship targeting critical media outlets News Two journalists murdered just days apart in Venezuela Follow the news on Venezuela Organisation News RSF_en Reporters Without Borders voiced alarm today about the imprisonment of TV journalist Gustavo Azócar Alcalá, a critic of President Hugo Chávez and governor Ronald Blanco La Cruz of the eastern state of Táchira, where he lives. A judge yesterday ordered Azócar’s detention for an indefinite period while he is investigated on six-year-old charges of fraud and embezzling public funds. “It is not up to us to take a position on the substance of the case against Azócar,” the press freedom organisation said. “But we condemn his detention for an unlimited period, which has the effect of silencing a journalist known for criticising the local and national authorities. And we condemn it all the more as the prosecutor’s office has recognised that its case is incomplete.”Reporters Without Borders added: “Regardless of his role in the offences of which he is accused, the fact that he is the subject of a judicial investigation does not mean he must be detained.”Azócar presents a programme called “Café con Azócar” on the privately-owned regional TV station Televisora de Táchira, which is based in the city of San Cristóbal, the state capital. He is also a correspondent for the national daily El Universal.The charges date back to a complaint brought by Governor Blanco in 2000 accusing him of failing to comply with a contract to broadcast Táchira state lottery spots on the radio programme he presented at that time.The prosecutor’s office issued an order for his arrest on the grounds that he never responded to a summons. After being arrested and detained on 6 March at police headquarters in San Cristóbal, he appeared yesterday before state judge Ciro Heraclio Chacón, who ordered his immediate transfer to Santa Ana on the outskirts of the city. He is supposed to held there until the investigation is completed. No date has been set for a subsequent hearing.Azócar’s lawyer, Jésus Vivas Terán, denied that his client had failed to responded to summonses in the past. He also alleged irregularities in the proceedings against Azócar, pointing out that the prosecutor’s office had acknowledged to him a few days ago that the case was incomplete.Azócar is known both for criticising the Chávez government and exposing irregularities in the state administration implicating the governor. When arrested, he said he was been held on the governor’s orders because of his work as a journalist. His lawyer said he could not be guilty of the charges brought against him because he was not authorised to sign contracts on behalf of the radio station. Reporters Without Borders is alarmed about the imprisonment yesterday of Gustavo Azócar Alcalá (photo), the presenter of the political talk-show “Café con Azócar” on the regional TV station Televisora de Táchira in the eastern city of San Cristóbal and a correspondent for the daily El Universal. A well-known critic of the local governor, he is being held on six-year-old charges of fraud and embezzling public funds. to go further June 15, 2020 Find out morelast_img read more

first_imgMan Accused Of Deadly I-69 Accident Pleads Not GuiltyDECEMBER 13TH, 2016 WARREN KORFF INDIANA The man accused of causing a traffic accident that killed 3 members of a Newburgh family makes his initial court appearance.Mason Hartke of Jasper pleaded not guilty, he remains free on bond, and he is due back in Green Superior Court February 13.Prosecutors say Hartke spent a weekend drinking and partying at Indiana University in mid-November, then ran into a car parked along I-69 near Bloomfield. Members of the Rinehart family had pulled over to the side of the road after hitting a deer. Police say the collision killed three people inside the car. A 4th person was seriously injured. records show Hartke has a blood-alcohol level of .15 at the time of the crash.Hartke faces charges of drunk driving and reckless homicide. 100 Jobs Coming To EvansvilleDECEMBER 13TH, 2016 WARREN KORFF EVANSVILLE McKesson Specialty Health is expanding its services and bringing 100 jobs to Evansville.McKesson provides management advice to medical groups and physicians. The company will build a new 139,000 square foot office building at 401 Southeast 6th Street in downtown Evansville. The building is expected to open in early 2017. FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

first_imgJoin the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Virginia to cycle for a cause! On Sunday, September 14, riders of all levels will meet at the Old Trail Village Swim Club in Crozet, Virginia, to bike in the shadow of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains.998033_683161431707027_1855321495_nThe event offers a variety of different options, even one for the whole family. Choose between 25, 50, 75, and 100 mile courses, or take the kids on an 8 mile family ride.25 Mile RouteThe 25 mile route includes rolling terrain in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountians passing historic homes and estates. It doesn’t include the steep climb up Afton mountain. This route is perfect if you have limited time on the day of the event or want to join your family for the 8 mile ride to Chiles Peach Orchard. There is one fully stocked rest stop at Greenwood Community Center. Like all of our routes it has full support from our staff, volunteers and police officers at major intersections.50 Mile RouteThe 50 mile route showcases the beauty of Albemarle County. The terrain is ever changing with some hills and curves, but doesn’t include the Afton Mountain climb. This “half century” is ideal for those who prefer a challenging but shorter route option. You will be welcomed by friendly volunteers at three rest stops.75 Mile RouteThe 75 mile route is a challenging course for the dedicated cyclist. Test your climbing ability on Afton Mountain. The scenery includes rolling countryside, mountains views and wineries. You will be treated to three fully stocked rest stops, including freshly made sandwiches.100 Mile RouteThe 100 mile route features the climb up Afton Mountain and the thrilling decent! The route is the ultimate challenge and features nearly 7,000 feet of climbing over three counties. The views of the mountains, estate homes and countryside are breath taking. There are many volunteers to cheer you on and police to guide you at major intersections. The route is suitable for fit and well trained cycling enthusiasts. We encourage any rider doing the Century route to set a steady pace and take advantage of the five (yes 5!) rest stops with many food and hydration options.8 Mile Family Fun Ride1891133_683161421707028_2133128595_nThe 8 mile family fun ride is ideal for families and children who like to enjoy a special day together. The route leaves Old Trail and follows Jarman’s Gap Road to Chiles Peach Orchard where riders are treated to freshly made donuts. There is a fully stocked rest stop with plenty of snacks and drinks. The route returns to Old Trail via Jarman’s Gap Road. The course is mostly flat with no steep hills and low traffic.Bikers meet at 8 a.m., and following the race are invited to attend a pool party at the Swim Club with a catered lunch and refreshments as well as live music.All proceeds from the race benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs of Virginia. Register to support local youth and spend a great day in the mountains!last_img read more

first_imgEXPO 2020 Dubai will be held under the theme “Connecting Minds, Creating the Future”, and is expected to be the most visited EXPO exhibition that will bring together over 25 million people from more than 180 countries and provide access to the markets of Africa, Asia, Europe, America, and access to markets with a total of 3,2 billion consumers. The competition invites all those interested in offering the best creative and performance solution for the layout and content of the Croatian pavilion. In addition to the development of the conceptual design, the tender also includes its implementation, maintenance and uninstallation.  The EXPO World Exhibition, which is expected to feature over 25 million people from more than 180 countries, will take place from October 20, 2020 to April 10, 2021. The pavilion for the Croatian presentation for which the conceptual design is required will be located within the theme park “Mobility”, while the theme of the Croatian pavilion at EXPO 2020 Dubai will be “Mobility of the Mind”.  The tender is open until March 1, 2019, and the Croatian National Tourist Board will hold its oral presentation for interested bidders in mid-January. Minister of Tourism Gari Cappelli, appointed by the Government of the Republic of Croatia as the National Commissioner for Croatia’s participation in the EXPO, stated: “By participating in the upcoming 2020 exhibition in Dubai, Croatia will have the opportunity to present its economic, cultural, tourist and other potentials and show the world that even a relatively small country can contribute to enriching the world’s treasury of knowledge through innovation and creativity. That is why the National Committee of the Republic of Croatia for the World Exhibition EXPO chose the theme Mobility of Mind through which Croatia will be able to present itself as a country of innovative projects, ideas, inventions and creative individuals who, due to the desire for challenges and openness to the new, sometimes with little resources Recognition. I believe that through the announced tender we will find a bidder who will best translate this energy of Croatian minds into the conceptual design of our pavilion.” The tender for the selection of bidders for the design of the Croatian pavilion at the World Exhibition EXPO 2020 Dubai was published on the website of the Croatian National Tourist Board. Attachment: TENDER FOR SELECTION OF BIDDERS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CONCEPTUAL SOLUTION OF THE CROATIAN PAVILION AT EXPO 2020 IN DUBAI, ITS IMPLEMENTATION, MAINTENANCE AND UNINSTALLATIONlast_img read more

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first_imgMaguire is yet to return for pre-season (Picture: Getty)Maguire is yet to return to pre-season for Leicester having been given an extra week off after representing England in the Uefa Nations League.The 26-year-old is thought to be open to a move, but has not asked Leicester to leave.The latest development comes amid news Arsenal too have made an enquiry to sign Maguire.MORE: Arsenal enquire about Manchester United target Harry Maguire Comment Coral BarryWednesday 3 Jul 2019 5:01 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Advertisement Leicester City tell Manchester United Harry Maguire will cost at least £90millioncenter_img Advertisement Leicester City are demanding £90m for the defender (Picture: Getty)Solskjaer is determined to build his United around young, homegrown talent and has identified Maguire as the man to rejuvenate his leaky defence.AdvertisementAdvertisementBut the Foxes have made it clear United will need to pay a record fee to secure the services of Maguire.The £75m Liverpool paid Southampton for Virgil van Dijk stands as the record figure spent on a centre-back. Maguire is wanted by City and United (Picture: Getty)Manchester United have been told Harry Maguire will cost at least £90million this summer, according to reports.The Red Devils reportedly made an improved offer of £70m for the centre-back on Tuesday, but Leicester City have denied they have received such a bid.The Telegraph claim Leicester will not accept a bid less than £90m for Maguire and have told United to raise their bid or forget about signing the England international.United have been locked in talks with Leicester, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer desperate to sign Maguire.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

first_imgBy Joe ChapmanNOW that Member of Parliament for Region 10 (Upper Demerara/Berbice) Jermaine Figueira has announced Tuesday evening that the Bayroc Community Centre ground on the western side of Linden has been identified as the venue for the construction of the internationally recognised 400m synthetic track, to be funded by Government at a cost of $210M, will be laid, there seems to be some uneasiness that due consideration was not given with regard to the history of the Mackenzie Sports Club (MSC) facility.Looking at this, one wonders if there will be enough cash to fund other relevant basic additional features that are necessary when such an international track is put down on the west bank of Linden.Officials of the MSC are somewhat shocked about this declaration by Mr Figueira since sources close to the MSC had said earlier this week that talks with Director of Sport Christopher Jones and Guyana Football Federation (GFF) president Wayne Forde seemed to point to the Bayroc Community Centre actually being given the go-ahead to have the FIFA GOAL Project placed there, and the MSC to accommodate the 400m rubberised track.It may be recalled that after the first consultation on this project was held recently at the Linden Enterprise Network (LEN) Macaw Boardroom in Mackenzie which was attended by Director of Sport Christopher Jones and hosted by Mayor of Linden Carwyn Holland and MP Jermaine Figueira, there were discussions on which of the two venues will be selected.This was generated after Minister Responsible for Sport Ms Nicolette Henry announced that government was placing $210M for the construction of synthetic tracks in Regions 2, 4, 6, 7 and 10. Naturally, the MSC was the first option. But soon after, reports surfaced that the MSC ground could not adequately accommodate an internationally acceptable rubberised track.After the Director of Sport cited some concerns relating to current space at the MSC ground seemingly not having the capacity to house this track, it was thought that another venue be sought in Linden; and the Bayroc Community Centre ground immediately came into the picture.However, the MSC Committee of Management quickly addressed that anxiety and the Chinese bauxite firm operating in Linden, BOSAI Minerals Group (Guyana) Inc, had their surveyors and engineering team survey the entire MSC Complex and produce a drawing showing what needs to be done to have that 400m track laid at the traditional Mecca for sports at the MSC venue.It must be noted that years ago the MSC ground did have a 400m track but later it was reduced to 352m and now 300m.Then the existing northern fence was brought in to reduce the space thus the original track was reduced. But the history of sport in Linden would be better served should the MSC venue be allowed once again to have this international synthetic 400m track due to its historical significance, and not become another Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC), once the envy of international cricket ground but now just another venue without international importance.That is where the institution of the MSC comes into serious contention.The fact is that this is where the bauxite industry started its donation for sport development to this community with the ground and attendant stands and fencing. Through the Linden bauxite operations, several international meets were held dating back to the early 1960s. Countries such as Trinidad and Tobago, Cuba, Barbados, Grenada and Suriname all sent athletes to compete.The MSC was the venue for international coaches also and in the early 1970s, through the bauxite industry Mr John Martins, then Fisk University athletics coach out of the United States, did a coaching stint at the MSC ground.After that visit, at least two Lindeners, middle-distance athlete and long-jumper Aubrey ‘Skinny’ Wilson and national sprint champion Roxanne Sills gained scholarships to study in the United States of America.Not forgetting it was at the MSC ground that cricket icons like the game’s greatest all-rounder Sir Garry Sobers, most successful captain Clive Lloyd, Lance Gibbs and Basil Butcher all came and had coaching stints.Then came the bauxite games namely GUYBAU, GUYMINE, LINMINE Games which became the biggest sports attraction in Guyana with national prominence, when bauxite was ‘king’; and now succeeded by the annual Boyce and Jefford Classic which is stationed at this venue for the past seven years.Simply put, the preservation of the MSC and its historical significance should be protected for posterity. It is this venue which has produced over the past six decades such male stars like the Mining Town’s first National male sprint champion in the mid-1960s, Leyland ‘Flash’ Blair, and after that came all-round athlete Aubrey ‘Skinny’ Wilson, whose baton as undisputed sprint king was taken by the late Elton Jefford, National field athlete Noel Perry and long-jumper Mark Mason who also won a scholarship to study in the United States.Desmond Hector also rose to stardom primarily from training there to becoming an Olympian.Today there are national champions in youngsters like Compton Caesar and Daniel Williams who have continued to place Linden prominently in Guyana’s track and field history.On the distaff side, there were the female stars, who emerged from the school system to national and international acclaim.It all began with the likes of national sprinters Paula Haynes, Lorraine Jordan and Roxanne Sills through to Juliet ‘Pepper Fredericks then field athlete Nyota Peters and middle-distance star Marian Burnette, who won an athletic scholarship and eventually went to Lousiana State in the USA.Of course we saw Cassie George of recent vintage and now the bright prospect in teenager Chantoba Bright. That really spells out the reason for Linden to have its first synthetic track, sooner, rather than later.No need to mention the performances by the national cyclists who graced the MSC ground for international meets including two of Guyana’s greatest – Neville Hunte and Joelyn Joseph, along with Vibert Rose and Ignatius Titus.It is hoped that whatever decision is taken will not be one that anyone would have to regret in the future, knowing that Government in the first instance made it clear that they are only ready to put funds to simply have an international 400m track in Linden.last_img read more

first_imgLittle Creek Casino Resort, located less than 20 minutes from downtown Olympia, is preparing an awesome celebration to kick off 2013.The New Year’s Eve party is geared for adults ready to celebrate and have a great time with friends.The celebration begins at 9pm in the Skookum Creek Event Center.  Live music from Sonic Funk Orchestra is sure to fill the dance floor.  Enjoy tasty appetizers and a champagne toast at midnight.Purchasing a ticket to the party also includes entry into Little Creek’s Cash Cube drawings which will occur every half hour and give winners the chance to grab up to $2013 to ring in the New Year.Party goers can expect lots of food, fun, dancing and prizes.  If you want to take a break from dancing, head over to the state-of-the-art gaming floor with over 1,000 slot games, including 100 new machines.The smoke-free casino floor is packed with poker tables, pull tabs, and table games such as craps, roulette, blackjack, and Pai Gow.When you are ready to real, enjoy the fabulous new Seven Inlets Spa.  The full service spa offers a variety of massages, facials, manicures, pedicures and complete hair salon services as well.  Book your relaxing treatment when you reserve your room.Round up your friends, grab a room, and get ready for an awesome evening of live entertainment, great prizes, and delicious food.  Festivities are limited to guests ages 21 and older.Little Creek Casino Resort91 West State Route 108Shelton, WA 98584800.667.7711www.little-creek.com Facebook48Tweet0Pin0last_img read more

first_imgAdvertisement 2gy1NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs540Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E9kg0pg( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 7zwdWould you ever consider trying this?😱cgmrtCan your students do this? 🌚de0pRoller skating! Powered by Firework Football comedy is much loved by fans all around the world and in its latest edition is a hilarious render of a refereeing team and Bucharest’s FCSB team.Advertisement Watch it here :Advertisement This happened during an Europa League fixture between FCSB and Mlada Boleslav in the qualifying stage.QUite a reception in an European qualifier so to say.The match ended 0-0 though with the second leg coming up on Thursday. Advertisementlast_img read more