ARDOVA PLC (ARDOVA.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Energy sector has released it’s 2010 annual report.For more information about ARDOVA PLC (ARDOVA.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the ARDOVA PLC (ARDOVA.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: ARDOVA PLC (ARDOVA.ng) 2010 annual report.Company ProfileARDOVA PLC formerly (Forte Oil Plc) sources and markets petroleum products in Nigeria which includes fuels, production chemicals, lubricants, greases and power generation for automobiles, aircraft, machines and equipment. The Fuel division supplies white petroleum products, aviation turbine kerosene and Jet A-1 aviation fuels; the Upstream division supplies ancillary products for the exploration and production sub-sector of the oil and gas industry; retail and industrial products include lubricants and grease; organic and petro-chemicals; premium motor spirit, automotive gas oil, dual purpose kerosene and fuel oils. Forte Oil Plc also has business interests in power generation through the 414MW Geregu power plant located in Kogi state. Established in 1964 and formerly known as African Petroleum Plc, the company changed its name to Forte Oil Plc in 2010. Its head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. ARDOVA PLC is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
Expand Wales Rugby World Cup FixturesMon 23 Sep Wales 43-14 Georgia (Toyota) Match reportSun 29 Sep Australia 25-29 Wales (Tokyo) Match reportWed 9 Oct Wales 29-17 Fiji (Oita) Match ReportSun 13 Oct Wales 35-13 Uruguay (Kumamoto) Match ReportSun 20 Oct QF3 Wales 20-19 France (Oita) Match ReportSun 27 Oct SF2 Wales 16-19 South Africa (Yokohama) Match ReportFri 1 Nov Third-place Play-off New Zealand 40-17 Wales (Tokyo), 9.00am Match Report Japan 2019 was the Lelos’ fifth World Cup Georgia Rugby World Cup Fixtures, Squad, Group, Guide In Warren Gatland’s last tournament as Wales coach until Wayne Pivac takes over, they are looking to give one last hurrah against New Zealand. Uruguay Rugby World Cup Fixtures, Squad, Group, Guide Australia Rugby World Cup Fixtures, Squad, Group, Guide Georgia Rugby World Cup Fixtures, Squad, Group, Guide Fiji Rugby World Cup Fixtures, Squad, Group, Guide Expand Collapse Uruguay Rugby World Cup Fixtures, Squad, Group, Guide Wales Rugby World Cup Kit A sporadic qualifier for the World Cup, Uruguay… Australia always seem to raise their game for… Wales Rugby World Cup Fixtures, Squad, Group, GuideWales are looking to end their 2019 Rugby World Cup with one last win over New Zealand in the third-place playoff.How They QualifiedWales were one of the 12 automatic qualifiers for the 2019 tournament.Key PlayersInjuries to Taulupe Faletau and Gareth Anscombe are a blow but they are laden with stars: Alun Wyn Jones, Jonathan Davies, Dan Biggar, George North, Liam Williams…Pure joy: Alun Wyn Jones celebrates with the trophy after Wales are crowned Six Nations champions (Getty Images)The Coach – Warren GatlandThis will be Warren Gatland’s last hurrah with Wales. He’s given much to the cause and brought Six Nations success. Playing style aside, a nagging negative has been results against southern hemisphere sides – but they laid their Aussie hoodoo to rest last year. What a time to do so…Last hurrah: Gatland is looking to win the Cup as his last act with the Wales team (Getty Images)Major Work-onsAlways competitive, Wales have an incredible defence but they need to expand their attacking game. In the Six Nations, they ranked bottom of the attack stats – lowest metres, fewest clean breaks, least defenders beaten.Wales Rugby World Cup Warm-upsSunday 11 August 2019: England 33-19 WalesSaturday 17 August 2019: Wales 13-6 EnglandSaturday 31 August 2019: Wales 17-22 IrelandSaturday 7 September 2019: Ireland 19-10 WalesRelated: 2019 Rugby World Cup Warm-upsWales Rugby World Cup GroupWales are in Group D alongside Australia, Georgia, Fiji and UruguayRelated: 2019 Rugby World Cup Groups Also make sure you know about the Groups, Warm-ups, Dates, Fixtures, Venues, TV Coverage, Qualified Teams by clicking on the highlighted links.Finally, don’t forget to follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Australia Rugby World Cup Fixtures, Squad, Group, Guide Fiji Rugby World Cup Fixtures, Squad, Group, Guide Here’s everything you need to know about Fiji… LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Flashback: Australia will play Wales again in 2019, as they did in 2015 (Getty Images)Wales Rugby World Cup SquadWales have announced their 31-man squad for the Rugby World Cup which you can see below.Forwards (18):Nicky SmithWyn JonesRhys CarreTomas FrancisDillon LewisKen OwensElliot DeeRyan EliasAlun Wyn JonesAdam BeardJake BallAaron ShinglerJosh Navidi (ruled out of the tournament because of a hamstring injury and replaced by Owen Lane on 23 Oct)Ross MoriartyAaron WainwrightJustin TipuricJames DaviesCory Hill (replaced by Bradley Davies after failing to recover from a stress fracture)Backs (13):Gareth DaviesTomos WilliamsAled DaviesDan BiggarRhys PatchellHadleigh ParkesJonathan DaviesOwen WatkinLiam Williams (ruled out of the tournament with an ankle injury on 24 Oct)Leigh HalfpennyGeorge NorthHallam AmosJosh AdamsRelated: 2019 Rugby World Cup FixturesPrevious World Cup Results and RecordWales’ Rugby World Cup Record: P37 W21 D0 L161987 Third1991 Pool stages1995 Pool stages1999 Quarter-finals2003 Quarter-finals2007 Pool stages2011 Fourth2015 Quarter-finalsFollow our Rugby World Cup homepage which we update regularly with news and features. Expand
RNID has appointed new new staff to its fundraising team.Patrick Holmes has been appointed Director of Fundraising. He joins the RNID from Macmillan Cancer Relief where he was the Regional Head of Fundraising, managing a team of 60 staff and more than 300 volunteers. Before that he worked as Regional Fundraising Manager at RNIB and Marketing Director of CLIC (Cancer and Leukaemia in Childhood). Michelle Chambers has been appointed RNID’s Director of Regional and Statutory Fundraising. She was previously the Managing Director of the Museum in Docklands, part of the Museums of London Group. Her previous not-for-profit roles include Income Generation and Commercial Development at the British Red Cross. Advertisement RNID appoints two fundraising staff 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. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis RNID has a team of over 50 people working across all main income streams including events, corporate, trust, individual and statutory sources. Howard Lake | 16 February 2004 | News 47 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Management Recruitment / people
Although CIOs have been legal entities in Scotland since 2011 (SCIOs), this is the first book to be published on this charitable structure since it came into legal effect in England and Wales at the start of 2013.In the guide Professor Morgan looks at: Howard Lake | 26 July 2013 | News 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. 24 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The Directory of Social Change has published a guide to setting up and running a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO), the new option for a legal form for voluntary organisations that have charitable aims.The book has been written by Professor Gareth G Morgan of the Sheffield Business School at Sheffield Hallam University.The 383 page book offers ./guidance for voluntary sector staff and professional advisers on establishing a new CIO and converting existing charities to CIOs. Advertisement DSC publishes guide to Charitable Incorporated Organisations The pros and cons of CIOs How to form and constitute a new CIO Converting existing organisations to CIOs Accounting and reporting for CIOs The significant differences between CIO structures UK-wide, including SCIOs and Northern Irish CIOs CIO wind-ups, mergers and insolvency The future of CIOsIt also includes a legislative index and legal footnotes throughout.Lord Hodgson of Astley Abbotts, CBE, Official Reviewer of the Charities Act 2006, said of it: “This guide is an important step in the development of CIOs. I therefore warmly commend it.”Charitable Incorporated Organisations is published by the Directory of Social Change in paperback and Kindle editions at a special price of £18.95 until the end of 2013.
Top StoriesNot Necessary That Accused Must Be Actively Involved In Physical Activity Of Assault To Convict Him On The Ground Of Common Intention: SC [Read Judgment] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK30 Sep 2020 10:09 PMShare This – x” If the nature of evidence displays a prearranged plan and acting in concert pursuant to the plan, common intention can be inferred. “The Supreme Court has observed that it is not necessary that an accused must be actively involved in the physical activity of assault to convict him on the ground of common intention.A common intention to bring about a particular result may also develop on the spot as between a number of persons deducible from the facts and circumstances of a particular case, a three judge…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Supreme Court has observed that it is not necessary that an accused must be actively involved in the physical activity of assault to convict him on the ground of common intention.A common intention to bring about a particular result may also develop on the spot as between a number of persons deducible from the facts and circumstances of a particular case, a three judge bench comprising Justices RF Nariman, Navin Sinha and Indira Banerjee observed.The court was considering the appeal filed by three accused convicted in a murder case. One of the accused contended that he cannot be said to have shared any common intention with the other accused who are liable for their individual acts. Referring to Section 34 of the Indian Penal Code, the bench observed:”Common intention consists of several persons acting in unison to achieve a common purpose, though their roles may be different. The role may be active or passive is irrelevant, once common intention is established. There can hardly be any direct evidence of common intention. It is more a matter of inference to be drawn from the facts and circumstances of 10 a case based on the cumulative assessment of the nature of evidence available against the participants. The foundation for conviction on the basis of common intention is based on the principle of vicarious responsibility by which a person is held to be answerable for the acts of others with whom he shared the common intention. The presence of the mental element or the intention to commit the act if cogently established is sufficient for conviction, without actual participation in the assault. It is therefore not necessary that before a person is convicted on the ground of common intention, he must be actively involved in the physical activity of assault. If the nature of evidence displays a prearranged plan and acting in concert pursuant to the plan, common intention can be inferred. A common intention to bring about a particular result may also develop on the spot as between a number of persons deducible from the facts and circumstances of a particular case. The coming together of the accused to the place of occurrence, some or all of whom may be armed, the manner of assault, the active or passive role played by the accused, are but only some of the materials for drawing inferences. (Para 13) The Court, took note of the facts of the case, noted that the accused waited along with the other two accused at the crime scene who were armed and when the deceased tried to flee, the accused also chased him. To our mind no further evidence is required with regard to existence of common intention to commit the offence in question, the bench observed while dismissing appeal.Case name: SUBED ALI vs. THE STATE OF ASSAMCase no.: CRIMINAL APPEAL NO.1401 OF 2012 Coram: Justices RF Nariman, Navin Sinha and Indira Banerjee Counsel: Advocate Gaurav AgrawalClick here to Read/Download JudgmentRead Judgment Next Story
Remains of tardigrades have rarely been reported to preserve in sediments, resulting in the absence of important ecological and biogeographic information that they could provide. However, a study of faunal microfossils in Antarctic lake sediment cores has shown that tardigrade eggs and occasionally exuvia can be abundant. Eggs from at least five tardigrade species were identified in sediment cores from six lakes from across the continent, with abundances up to 6,000 (g(-1) dry wt.). It is likely that the cold temperatures and absence of benthic grazers in Antarctic lakes results in particularly good preservation conditions, though it may also be a function of population density. The conservation of tardigrade eggs and exuvia in lake sediments enables a better understanding of paleodistributions and effects of environmental changes for this phylum that cannot otherwise be obtained.
Authorities View post tag: BALTOPS BALTOPS 2017 concludes June 16, 2017 Share this article Some 50 ships from 14 nations concluded this year’s edition of BALTOPS 2017, the largest NATO exercise in the Baltic Sea, entering Kiel, Germany on Friday.The U.S.-led drill saw participants hone their skills in air, surface, sub-surface, mine warfare and amphibious operations in the Baltic Sea.“Exercise BALTOPS has provided us with valuable high-end training across the entire spectrum of naval warfare, and enhanced interoperability between Allies and Key Partners,” said Commander SNMG1, Commodore Ole Morten Sandquist (NOR). “Our presence and well executed exercises demonstrates that we are stronger together.”Commodore Sandquist commanded of one of five maritime task groups during the exercise. His task group was comprised of the two SNMG1 ships and four additional ships: US destroyer USS James E. Williams, Danish command and support ship HDMS Absalon, Swedish corvette HSwMS Nyköping, and Finnish minelayer FNS Hämeenmaa.Nations participating in BALTOPS included Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, the United Kingdom, the United States and NATO’s Enhanced Opportunities Partners: Finland and Sweden.The ships’ arrival to Kiel coincided with the kick off of the city’s annual maritime festival. The German Navy is hosting forty ships and submarines from 13 nations at the Kiel navy base as part of the festival. Back to overview,Home naval-today BALTOPS 2017 concludes
HOBOKEN — During this week’s council meeting there will be a presentation on potential development options for the Neumann Leathers project. Members of the community are invited to review the options and attend the June 21 council meeting, and voice their views.The council passed the Neumann Leathers Redevelopment Plan in Dec. 2015. The goals of the plan included preserving the historic buildings of Neumann Leathers, preserving the existing light manufacturing and arts businesses that are currently operating in Neumann Leathers, and creating new public spaces. Some residential density was included in the plan to achieve these goals. All of the possible alternatives have the same 230 units of residential development, but reconfigure the development in different ways.While there was a community process to finalize the approved plan, the press release states residents at 415 Newark St. next to the development have concerns about the location of the residential element of the plan. To address these concerns, the property owner’s architect met with some residents and showed them several concepts that shift some of the residential density to the east, away from their building. These concepts would also demolish some Neumann Leathers buildings and eliminate some of the public open space required by the Redevelopment Plan, according to the press release.The City Council will be asked to take a vote to express its views on a preferred option at the following July 5 council meeting.The city will then move forward with possibly amending the current redevelopment plan, if needed, and then negotiating a redevelopment agreement.“A plan that would demolish significant Neumann Leathers buildings is not an option that I could support, however, residents in the neighborhood have expressed concerns about the adopted redevelopment plan, and we want to get input from the community and Council to reach consensus on a preferred direction,” said Mayor Dawn Zimmer in a press release. “Based on the results of a city council vote, the administration will then work with the council to possibly amend the plan and then negotiate a redevelopment agreement to move forward with the project.”To view the possible options go to http://hobokennj.gov/2017/06/city-seeks-community-input-on-neumann-leathers-alternative-concepts/ ×
74, of Bayonne, passed away on June 25, 2017. Survived by the love of his life JoAnne Marra (nee: Jenisch), married for almost 50 years on December 14, 1967. Father of Serena Duncan & her husband Christopher Jr. and Toniann Berrios & her husband Gilberto. Grandfather of Jessalyn, John, Ashlee & Gabriel. Brother of Salvatore Marra & his wife Maria Rosa, Michelina Castelli & her husband Armando, the late Felice Marra & his wife Elizabeth, Carmine Marra & his wife Roxanne and Filomena Mack & her husband Willy. Also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Tony was born on March 22, 1943 in San Angelo dei Lombardi in the provincia of Avellino in Italy to Giovanni & Antonia (nee: Marra) Marra. He immigrated to Astoria, New York at 13 years old and was stationed in Alaska for 2 years while serving in the Army during the Vietnam War. He worked as a Payloader Operator at Morton Salt for 42 years from 1964-2006 and was Coach and President of Jersey City Soccer Association. Funeral arrangements by CAIOLA-STELLATO Funeral Home, 691 Avenue C.
A Welsh business intends to become the greenest bakery in Britain after installing more than 1,000 solar panels on its premises in Wrexham.The Village Bakery will operate on solar energy during the majority of daylight hours in the summer months as a result of the new 250-kilowatt system installed at its new Baking Academy and Innovation Centre.The investment forms part of a wider campaign to make the business as sustainable as possible – since 2012 the company, which also has a bakery in Minera, has slashed the use of electricity by 18%.“The solar panels are a really exciting development and are in line with The Village Bakery’s ethos of being a responsible, environmentally-friendly and sustainable business,” said Ashley Dawson, the family firm’s business and sustainability executive.“It will mean we can operate the Wrexham production site throughout the day off our own renewable energy. Effectively, it will become a solar-powered bakery. During the night time, the energy we buy from the grid is renewable energy anyway… so during the day, we’ll be working with our own renewable energy and during the night someone else’s renewable energy.”Over the past three years The Village Bakery has achieved a 33% reduction in waste – the equivalent of 66 tonnes of waste or 66 small cars.