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Topics: Sports betting Strategy Horse racing Email Address Tags: Race Track and Racino New Zealand’s Racing Industry Transition Agency (RITA) has outlined a draft plan for a resumption of racing following the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, with an initial resumption of greyhound racing on 11 May and thoroughbred racing on 3 July.Harness racing, meanwhile, would return on 29 May according to the schedule.The draft plan, under which the number of racing venues in use in New Zealand would reduce from 36 to 12, in order to limit travel, and all races will occur behind closed doors, has been issued to the New Zealand racing industry for consultation.The consultation will end on 28 April, with RITA planning to issue a final calendar on 4 May.“The draft calendar reflects the industry’s commitment to ensure any resumption of racing includes measures to restrict travel, minimise interactions and keep all participants safe,“ Dean McKenzie, executive chair of RITA, said.McKenzie added that the plans are based on the assumption that New Zealand’s government will reduce its Alert Level from 4 (lockdown) to 3 (restrict) or 2 (reduce).“RITA is actively working with a number of government organisations to ensure the industry’s protocols and rules meet Alert Level 2 and 3 restrictions prior to the resumption of any racing,” McKenzie continued.“These discussions have benefited from the response prior to moving to Alert Level 4 and from Australia, where racing has continued under strict restrictions.”Under the draft plan, RITA would run 9.25 greyhound meetings a week at six venues from early May. Meetings scheduled for the Invercargill and Dunedin racetracks on the southern end of the country’s South Island will be moved to Christchurch.Harness Racing would return on 29 May, with 37 meetings at four venues.Thoroughbred racing would be the last form of racing to return, with 13 meetings at six venues starting on 3 July.All aspects of the draft plan are subject to race meets meeting relevant COVID-19 protocols.After initially moving events behind closed doors, RITA suspended all racing in New Zealand last month after the government raised the Alert Level to 4, necessitating a nationwide lockdown.RITA is a transitional body founded last year to oversee racing in New Zealand until the country’s second Racing Reform Bill comes into effect and replaces RITA with TAB NZ. RITA replaced the New Zealand Racing Board in July 2019.McKenzie became RITA’s executive director at the start of the year after John Allen resigned from the post. RITA releases draft plan for NZ racing to return in May Horse racing New Zealand’s Racing Industry Transition Agency (RITA) has outlined a draft plan for a resumption of racing following the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, with an initial resumption of greyhound racing on 11 May and thoroughbred racing on 3 July. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Regions: Oceania New Zealand AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 21st April 2020 | By Daniel O’Boyle
Law Union And Rock Insurance Plc (LAWUNI.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Insurance sector has released it’s 2014 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about Law Union And Rock Insurance Plc (LAWUNI.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Law Union And Rock Insurance Plc (LAWUNI.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Law Union And Rock Insurance Plc (LAWUNI.ng) 2014 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileLaw Union & Rock Insurance Plc is an insurance company in Nigeria licensed to underwrite all classes of insurance business. The company provides non-life insurance policies which includes cover for motor, fire, burglary, general household and home owners comprehensive, group personal accident, all risks, workmen’s compensation, general third party liability, marine, professional indemnity, goods-in-transit, money, fidelity guarantee, engineering, oil and gas, cargo, onshore property, legal liability, construction erection, business interruption, and bonds insurance policies. The company was founded in 1951. Its head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Law Union & Rock Insurance Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
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Portugal Photographs Save this picture!© René de Wit+ 16 Share ArchDaily Holiday Home in the Algarve / Hilberink Bosch Architects Holiday Home in the Algarve / Hilberink Bosch ArchitectsSave this projectSaveHoliday Home in the Algarve / Hilberink Bosch Architects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/327647/holiday-home-in-the-algarve-hilberink-bosch-architects Clipboard “COPY” “COPY” Houses CopyHouses•Moncarapacho, Portugal Area: 560 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2011 CopyAbout this officeHILBERINKBOSCH ArchitectenOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesMoncarapachoAlgarveHousesPortugalPublished on February 05, 2013Cite: “Holiday Home in the Algarve / Hilberink Bosch Architects” 05 Feb 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
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“COPY” “COPY” Save this picture!© Derek Swalwell+ 21 Share CopyHouses•Williamstown, Australia Williamstown Beach / Steve Domoney Architecture 2015 Area: 630 m² Area: 630 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/770865/williamstown-beach-steve-domoney-architecture Clipboard Houses Architects: Steve Domoney Architecture Area Area of this architecture project Devco Australia Year: ArchDaily Year: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/770865/williamstown-beach-steve-domoney-architecture Clipboard 2015 photographs: Derek SwalwellPhotographs: Derek Swalwell Projects Photographs Builder: Williamstown Beach / Steve Domoney ArchitectureSave this projectSaveWilliamstown Beach / Steve Domoney Architecture CopyAbout this officeSteve Domoney ArchitectureOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesWilliamstownAustraliaPublished on July 28, 2015Cite: “Williamstown Beach / Steve Domoney Architecture” 28 Jul 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award + posts Caroline Durham Twitter printMiddle blocker Sarah Swanson (34) led TCU with a .625 hitting clip, producing six kills. Photo courtesy of GoFrogs.com.After winning the first set, TCU volleyball fell in three-straight sets to Kansas State, losing the match 3-1. The loss drops the Frogs to 0-2 in conference play. Libero Berklie Baker delivered one of the best defensive performances of her career, finishing with a career-high 23 digs.The Frogs opened the match with a sharp offensive attack. They delivered 16 kills in the first set, seven of which came from middle blocker Katie Clark and five from first-year outside hitter Audrey Nalls. As a team, TCU hit .375, its best first-set hitting percentage of the season.Laying it on the Wildcats early, the Frogs hardly kept them in striking distance, winning the first set 25-15.The second set started with a kill from KSU, but the Frogs were quick to strike back. The teams traded shots, tying the score at 17. Mistakes made by TCU’s defense combined with the Wildcats’ offense execution led to a 25-19 takeover by KSU.The next set would prove to be even worse defensively for the Frogs. The set began with the teams trading shots until Kansas State’s offense exploded with a 20-9 run. It led to a 25-14 win, putting TCU behind 2-1.The final set was riddled with errors by both teams.TCU claimed a 7-4 lead off of three blocks, two by the hands of Clark and Afedo Manyang. Kansas State responded with an 11-3 run to seize control of the set. The Frogs defended three match points to pull within one, but the Wildcats capitalized on the next point to win the set 25-23 and the match.Outside hitter Ashley Waggle produced a career-high 10 kills in the contest.Next, TCU will host the Texas Longhorns at 8 p.m. Wednesday at home. Caroline Durhamhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/caroline-durham/ TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks Previous articleTexas GOP retirements increase as state slowly becomes more competitiveNext articleSenior sheds light on mental illnesses Caroline Durham RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Volleyball swept at SMU Twitter ReddIt Facebook Linkedin ReddIt TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello Caroline Durham is a Journalism major from Fort Worth, Texas she is passionate about sports, her family, friends and dog, Ben! Caroline hopes to work as a sports reporter and to one day work for College Game Day. Linkedin Facebook
May 31, 2021 Find out more Use the Digital Services Act to make democracy prevail over platform interests, RSF tells EU “The excessive surveillance practices of the BND cast doubt on the confidentiality of digital communication and thus undermine a basic prerequisite for journalistic research. German jurisdiction effectively makes defence against this impossible,” said RSF Germany’s executive director Christian Mihr. “Now it is up to the European Court of Human Rights to ensure that the fundamental right to legal protection against the BND’s groundless and disproportionate surveillance is enforced.” The Federal Administrative Court in Leipzig, the competent court of first and last instance in Germany, rejected on 14 December 2016 the lawsuit brought by RSF (http://ogy.de/fyew). The Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe then refused to admit RSF’s constitutional complaint against this decision on 26 April 2017 on the grounds that RSF had failed to adequately demonstrate that the organisation was directly affected by the BND’s surveillance (http://ogy.de/62fl). The Federal Administrative Court in Leipzig has already rejected similar lawsuits against the BND in the past on the grounds that the plaintiffs could not demonstrate that they were personally affected by the measures. However, it is practically impossible to provide proof of such surveillance because the secrecy of the BND’s activities means that plaintiffs generally do not know whether they are or were under surveillance. Another part of the original lawsuit is still pending with the Federal Administrative Court. It is directed against the metadata analysis system “VerAS”, which the BND has been using since 2002 without any legal basis to gather call detail records on telephone calls involving a foreign element. The judges at the Leipzig court separated this part of the lawsuit from the rest last December and demanded clarification from the BND (http://t1p.de/qsk5). At the hearing, the BND’s legal representatives explained that VerAS was just one of around 25 BND databases. RSF had submitted the lawsuit against the BND to the Federal Administrative Court on 30 June 2015 (http://t1p.de/jco7). Lawyer Niko Härting has represented RSF in the case. In the complaint lodged with the ECHR, RSF Germany asserts that its right to privacy of correspondence as well as its right to freedom of expression and information protected under Articles 8 and 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights are being violated. This is de facto disproportionate and groundless mass surveillance, since the intelligence agency’s practically unlimited access and extremely broad search criteria lead to surveillance on a scale that far exceeds the alleged purpose of the measures. GERMAN RULINGS ON BND SURVEILLANCE VIOLATE RIGHT TO EFFECTIVE REMEDY In addition, RSF Germany asserts that its right to effective remedy (under Article 13 of the European Convention on Human Rights) has been violated because the vast majority of those affected are not informed even after the fact that their emails have been recorded and examined. Even the general public is informed about the surveillance measures – via the annual reports of the Parliamentary Control Panel, the German Bundestag’s intelligence oversight committee – only after the protocols documenting the deletion of emails that were ultimately categorised as “non-relevant for intelligence purposes” have been erased. Despite this, German courts only admit lawsuits and constitutional complaints against the surveillance if the plaintiff can provide real proof that they are directly affected by the measures – which is impossible under the aforementioned circumstances. (http://t1p.de/j7ew) THE BND’S PRACTICES UNDERMINE CRITICISM OF SURVEILLANCE IN REPRESSIVE STATES Considering all that is known about the scale of intelligence surveillance of signals between Germany and abroad as well as about the search criteria used by the BND, RSF Germany has to assume that a significant number of its emails were gathered and subjected to closer analysis – and that these surveillance practices are disproportionate and not covered by Germany’s G10 Law (which regulates limitations on the constitutional confidentiality of mail and telecommunications). Many journalists from Germany as well as from authoritarian states like Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan and China contact RSF Germany with confidential information and communicate with the organisation about matters that are worthy of protection on a regular basis. If the BND examines such communications in the context of its mass surveillance, these journalists can no longer rely on their enquiries and matters remaining confidential. With its excessive surveillance practices, the BND is not just undermining the protection of sources as a key element of press freedom in a democracy. It is also undermining the credibility of Germany’s demands that authoritarian regimes respect media freedom, as well as robbing journalists in these countries of an advocate in their fight against surveillance and other forms of repression by their governments. The reform of the BND law passed in the autumn of 2015 which regulates the BND’s powers to gather signals intelligence from foreign targets located abroad (called the “Act for Foreign-Foreign Signals Intelligence Gathering”) has no impact on the points of contention in the lawsuit. (For further information visit http://ogy.de/75j6) Germany currently ranks 16th out of the 180 countries on the World Press Freedom Index FURTHER INFORMATION: – Written complaint submitted to the ECHR by RSF Germany: http://t1p.de/j7ew / – More about the state of press freedom in Germany: https://rsf.org/en/germany Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is lodging a complaint with the European Court of Human Rights(ECHR) over the mass surveillance practices of Germany’s foreign intelligence agency BND. Theorganisation submitted the corresponding complaint on 30 November. RSF Germany accuses theBND of spying on its email traffic with foreign partners, journalists and other persons as part of theagency’s signals intelligence surveillance. to go further News Help by sharing this information European court of human rights / AFP German BND Act: A missed opportunity for press freedom News News Receive email alerts December 8, 2017 RSF lodges ECHR complaint over German foreign intelligence agency’s mass surveillance GermanyEurope – Central Asia Protecting journalists Freedom of expressionInternet March 30, 2021 Find out more GermanyEurope – Central Asia Protecting journalists Freedom of expressionInternet News RSF asks Germany to let Myanmar journalist Mratt Kyaw Thu apply for asylum Follow the news on Germany RSF_en Organisation June 2, 2021 Find out more