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Rev. Charles Shannon Mallory, 81, first bishop of the San Jose, California-based Diocese of El Camino Real, died peacefully in Monterey, California, on April 4. Mallory, who led El Camino Real from its founding in 1980 through his retirement in 1990, had recently returned to Monterey County and was preceded in death last November by his wife Marti.Born Sept. 9, 1936 in Dallas, Texas, Mallory grew up in Van Nuys, California, completing his education at the University of California, Los Angeles, and the General Theological Seminary in New York. He entered the mission field after his ordination to the diaconate in the Diocese of Los Angeles. In 1961, he was ordained priest in Africa where he exercised his ministry first as a missionary in Namibia, South Africa, and Uganda, and then as the first bishop of Botswana. In 1978, after 18 years in Africa, he and his family returned to the United States where Mallory served as assistant bishop in the Diocese of Long Island.He was elected the first bishop of El Camino Real in 1980 and his installation took place that October in San Juan Bautista. The Rt. Rev. John Allin, then-presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church, presided over the service in the plaza of the historic California mission.“We are a pilgrim Church on the King’s Highway,” Mallory noted at the time. “This new diocese is an optimum size for rediscovering and experiencing some of the dynamic qualities of the early Church.” His vision for the diocese included “a more effective and supportive quality of fellowship among clergy and laity,” less hierarchy, and “more of a collegial relationship among bishop, clergy and laity.”Following his retirement, Mallory served in the Diocese of Oklahoma and then lived and served in Indian Wells, California, as a member of St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church. He authored two books: “Blacklisted!,” his memoirs of 18 years of traveling throughout Africa, and “Other Roads Less Traveled,” a collection of sermons and meditations that ask and answer a range of provocative questions about God, death, the value of prayer, the common thread of religions and more. He continued to write and inspire until his death.“Bishop Shannon was able to support the Diocese of El Camino Real in its call to be a missional diocese with a collaborative mode of ministry among lay and clergy leaders,” said the Rt. Rev. Mary Gray-Reeves, current bishop of El Camino Real. “His interest in people, their spiritual journeys, and his sense of adventure were gifts to our diocese in its earliest days, nurturing it as a place where the Gospel could always flourish amidst a very diverse and rapidly changing context. He will always be a critical part of the story of El Camino Real and will be missed.”Mallory was predeceased by Martha (“Marti”), his most recent wife, and before that Antonia (“Toni”). He is survived by his brother William Lee Mallory and his first wife Mondi, mother of his five children, plus nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. His memorial will be at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church in Palm Desert, California, to be announced at a later date. 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August 12, 2020 Find out more News JordanMiddle East – North Africa Organisation April 14, 2020 Find out more Help by sharing this information ————————- Receive email alerts Coronavirus “information heroes” – journalism that saves lives News 14.05.07 – Ex-parliamentarian arrested for criticising corruption online Jordan bans coverage of teachers’ protests JordanMiddle East – North Africa Create your blog with Reporters without borders: www.rsfblog.org June 15, 2020 Find out more News to go further Ahmad Oweidi Abbadi, an author and cyber-dissident who has been held for the past three months, was allowed to received a visit from his 23-year-old son, Bisher Abbadi, in Jwaideh prison on 14 August. In an interview for the Los Angeles Times, Bisher said his father appeared thinner and tired by interrogation.Abbadi’s trial on charges of damaging the state’s prestige and reputation began on 7 August. He pleaded not guilty and rejected the charges that were read out in court by the judge. The trial was adjourned until 4 September.Abbadi was arrested on 3 May as a result of a complaint by interior minister Eid Fayez, whose name appeared in an open letter criticising several government officials that Abbadi had posted online. Reporters Without Borders today condemned the arrest of former Jordanian parliamentarian Ahmad Oweidi Abbadi on 3 May for accusing King Abdallah’s government of corruption in an open letter to US senator Harry Reid that he posted on the Internet. August 16, 2007 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Jailed cyber-dissident allowed to receive visit from son Follow the news on Jordan News —————————————————- RSF_en Two Jordanian TV journalists arrested after broadcasting criticism of lockdown Reporters Without Borders today condemned the arrest of former Jordanian parliamentarian Ahmad Oweidi Abbadi on 3 May for accusing King Abdallah’s government of corruption in an open letter to US senator Harry Reid that he posted on the Internet.“This is the first time that someone has been arrested in Jordan because of what they posted online,” the press freedom organisation said. “Using imprisonment to silence a government opponent and to cover up embarrassing scandals in unacceptable.”Interior minister Eid Al-Fayez is prosecuting Abbadi on charges of defamation, “violating laws governing the Internet” and “harming the state’s prestige and reputation.” Abbadi’s letter accused the government of “corruption,” “human rights abuses” and “attacking the independence of the media.”Abbadi heads the Jordanian National Movement, which says its supports democracy, human rights and political, economic and social reforms. He is being held in Al-Jwaidah prison. A member of his party, Abdul Salam Al-Mualla, has written to US President Georges W. Bush asking him to do all he can to get Abbadi released.The traditional media are closely watch in Jordan, and journalists have to belong to the government-controlled Jordanian Press Association.
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Top StoriesRetirement Of One Partner Amounts To Dissolution Of Partnership Firm Consisting Of Only Two Partners: SC [Read Judgment] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK27 May 2020 7:42 AMShare This – xWhen there are only two partners and one has agreed to retire, then the retirement amounts to dissolution of the firm, the Supreme Court has observed. The bench of Justices NV Ramana, Sanjiv Khanna and Krishna Murari was considering a civil appeal in which the contention raised was that since the appellant had resigned as a partner and, therefore, in terms of the relevant clause of…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?LoginWhen there are only two partners and one has agreed to retire, then the retirement amounts to dissolution of the firm, the Supreme Court has observed. The bench of Justices NV Ramana, Sanjiv Khanna and Krishna Murari was considering a civil appeal in which the contention raised was that since the appellant had resigned as a partner and, therefore, in terms of the relevant clause of the partnership deed, he would be entitled to only the capital standing in his credit in the books of accounts. While considering this argument, the bench discussed the distinction between ‘retirement of a partner’ and ‘dissolution of a partnership firm’. It said: On retirement of the partner, the reconstituted firm continues and the retiring partner is to be paid his dues in terms of Section 37 of the Partnership Act. In case of dissolution, accounts have to be settled and distributed as per the mode prescribed in Section 48 of the Partnership Act. When the partners agree to dissolve a partnership, it is a case of dissolution and not retirement [See – Pamuru Vishnu Vinodh Reddy v. Chillakuru Chandrasekhara Reddy and Others, (2003) 3 SCC 445]. In the present case, there being only two partners, the partnership firm could not have continued to carry on business as the firm. A partnership firm must have at least two partners. When there are only two partners and one has agreed to retire, then the retirement amounts to dissolution of the firm [See – Erach F.D. Mehta v. Minoo F.D. Mehta, (1970) 2 SCC 724]. The court also said that, in the instant case, there were only two partners and there is overwhelming evidence on record that Amar Singh had not resigned as a partner.Case no.: CIVIL APPEAL NOS. 6659-6660 OF 2010Case name: GURU NANAK INDUSTRIES, FARIDABAD vs. AMAR SINGH (DEAD) Coram: Justices NV Ramana, Sanjiv Khanna and Krishna Murari Click here to Read/Download JudgmentRead JudgmentNext Story
There have been a number of power outages in Donegal this morning.At arond 6 o’clock this morning, over a hundred homes and businesses were left without power in Gweedore. A number have had their power restored, but 128 customers are still waiting, with ESB Networks saying all should be back on line by 2.45pm.In Inishowen, over 1,200 homes and businesses were without power this morning.That’s now been reduced to 119 outages, with power set to be restored to all areas by 1.30 this afternoon. Pinterest Google+ Twitter Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Twitter Pinterest Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic WhatsApp By News Highland – March 2, 2018 WhatsApp Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Previous articleLocal companies invited to apply for NW Trade MissionsNext articleCast iron sought for NE Inishowen water upgrade – Mac Lochlainn News Highland News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th DL Debate – 24/05/21 Google+ Facebook ESB Update – Power outages being dealt with in Donegal Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Homepage BannerNews
Comments are closed. Absence cost hits £11bnOn 1 Jun 2001 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. An CBI/PPP survey shows that long-term sick leave has the greatest impact ontotal working time lostSickness absence cost British businesses nearly £11bn last year, accordingto a survey by the Confederation of British Industry. Pulling Together, prepared by the CBI and private health insurer PPP, foundthat on average, every worker took 7.8 days off sick during 2000 – equivalentto 192 million days. The average cost of absence per employee was £434. Projected across thewhole workforce, this brought the total cost of absence to British businessesto £10.7bn. However, employers believed most absence was caused by genuine sickness.Long-term physical illness was considered to be more significant for manualemployees, while stress and recurring illness was more common among non-manualworkers. Other causes included home and family responsibilities and low workplacemorale. Short-term absence accounted for the great majority of absence cases (80 percent). But long-term absence had a greater overall impact on business. While long-term absence accounted for 20 per cent of all absence cases, itcost more than 40 per cent of the total working time lost to absence each year.Sickness absence also had a wide impact on the relative performance ofemployers. The best had an average absence rate of 4.6 days per employee,whereas the worst had an average absence rate of 10 days lost per employee. Absence rates were lowest in those firms that involved senior managers inthe day-to-day absence management process. Susan Anderson, CBI director of human resources policy, said, “Oursurvey shows that the most effective approach is for an employer to tailor itsHR policies to the actual causes of absence in its particular workforce.” www.cbi.org.uk
Retreat of the grounding lines of West Antarctic ice streams may lead to the collapse of the West Antarctic ice sheet. Pine Island Glacier has been pinpointed as an ice stream in which rapid retreat is likely, especially as it is not buttressed by an ice shelf. Radio echo-sounding flights have produced a longitudinal thickness profile for the glacier. The ice presently rests on a bedrock sill which may play a crucial role in controlling the position of the grounding line. The profile can be fitted to a steadystate model but this alone is not adequate to determine steady- or non-steady-state behaviour. Landsat images show that the ice front undergoes periodic calving. Mass-balance calculations suggest that accumulation in the catchment may exceed ablation by a factor of 2. However, accumulation data are poor and there is no firm evidence of a build-up of ice within the Pine Island Glacier drainage basin.
Despite Brexit and the resulting downward business trends across some sectors, Swindon-based Castles Residential Sales & Lettings continues to thrive despite the stormy economic climate.“We are all having to face the consequences of the 2016 referendum: our departure from the EU, the never-ending media noise around what is going to happen, what is not going to happen, and who said what to who. But life still goes on!” said Mark Noble, Castle’s Managing Director.LaddersPeople are still being promoted and able to either buy their first home, or take the next step up the property ladder. People are progressing their careers by taking up new positions and are moving out of, or into, the local area. Other people are adding to their families and want a larger house, whilst others are downsizing as their children leave the nest.“The housing market is constantly moving to accommodate ‘life going on’. Castles play a key role in making sure that our customers, buying or selling, looking for tenants, or finding a rental property it all goes as smoothly as possible,” said Mark Noble.Castles’ listing team now consists of three highly experienced, extremely professional agents who each manage their own part of Swindon, ensuring that clients benefit from a property expert with real local knowledge. The listers are supported by the Branch Manager, the sales team and a dedicated in house sales progressor.“We are all about delivering exceptional client service,” said Mark Noble. “We have a customer experience rating of 4.9*/5* from Feefo, which delivers a totally independent review.Castles’ ratings on Feefo:Alisa Myfanwy Barker said, I would highly recommend Castles Estate Agents for their efficient and friendly service. They managed to find me two ideal properties within a couple of weeks. They organised all the transactions in the purchase or the two properties and now they are looking after them for me. They are a small company with good local knowledge.Mr & Mrs Brown, said, wrote “Quite simply they have been outstanding and I thank the management team and staff for their professional skills and knowledge in executing my instruction.”Mark Noble Brexit Castles Residential Sales & Lettings Sheila Manchester March 13, 2019The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » Castles Residential Sales & Lettings bucks Brexit trends previous nextAgencies & PeopleCastles Residential Sales & Lettings bucks Brexit trendsSheila Manchester13th March 20190513 Views
Home » News » Utilities company is lead sponsor at The Negotiator Conference & Expo 2019 previous nextProducts & ServicesUtilities company is lead sponsor at The Negotiator Conference & Expo 2019Innovative proptech brand Tili, returns as headline sponsor to The Negotiator Conference & Expo 2019 and gold sponsor of The Negotiator Awards.The Negotiator23rd September 20190405 Views On a backdrop of uncertainty and change facing the lettings industry, The Negotiator Conference & Expo, in association with Tili, aims to give agents a clear view of what lies ahead with its title theme for this year: 2020 Vision – residential agency in focus.Both lettings and estate agents have been through the proverbial wringer in recent months, with the long road towards Brexit and the implementation of the Tenant Fee Ban consistently creating uncertainty across the industry.Despite these challenges, there are early signs of recovery in sight. Recent data from Halifax shows that house prices have continued to rise. Modest as this growth is (1.8% in the past year, and 0.3% in August), Halifax assert that the sales market has proved itself to be resilient in the face of much political and economic uncertainty.Lettings businesses are already working closely with landlords to fairly and sustainably offset the 10-20% revenue gap lost from tenant fees. From service add-ons to cost-cutting and efficiency measures, agents have shown great ingenuity in rising to the challenge posed by the fee ban.Arguably, estate agents are still very much exposed to risk with the the sales market slowing down, but for once there are more diverse options for the selling market’s sustainability other than just the age-old advice… time to shut up shop and go online.As agents know well, this isn’t the first time the housing industry has seen itself on an uneven axis. With the recession and the financial crash in 2007 – agents saw a very similar scenario, with lettings arms working at an unprecedented pace to ensure their own sustainability and help support estate arms through the tough conditions. But, the market embraced the chance to evolve and what emerged from the other side was an entirely new manifestation of the industry – diverse in its nature and signalling the birth of proptech and hybrid organisational models.Ian Crowther, Commercial Director of Tili comments:“This echoes exactly what we’re hearing from our property industry partners. Agents are making time to implement regulatory changes and refine their processes, but equally they’re looking for meaningful change and innovation that’ll see them thrive. Our partners want to hear the success stories, ‘who’s doing what?’ and ‘how will this help us to offset these challenges?’, where are the opportunities and how do we grab them and run with them in this challenging new climate?“We’re passionate about helping agents find these answers, which is why we’re delighted to return as the headline sponsor of this year’s Negotiator Conference & Expo.”Scott Holmes, Marketing & Communications Manager of Tili comments:“The Negotiator Conference & Expo answers the SOS call from agents perfectly, what we saw at last year’s event was an offering that delivered a holistic set of answers that benefit both multi-market groups as well as lettings only/ estate only businesses.“By delivering the key insight needed for successful decision-making in a changing environment as well as show-casing a curated range of relevant suppliers – agents will be hard-pressed to find another event that’ll offer this level of opportunity to help them recoup revenue, diversify their brand and sustain their position in the market.“We’re delighted to return as the headline sponsor to this year’s Negotiator Conference & Expo, as well as lending our support to the Negotiator Awards as a gold level sponsor. We’re committed to helping our partners and potential partners find the answers needed to evolve to meet the demands of a challenging market environment, not to mention recognising the successes of those who thrive and innovate each year. Grab your tickets for these great events and we’ll see you there!”The Negotiator Conference & Expo takes place on 29th November at Grosvenor House in London. Ovo Scott Holmes Negotiator Conference & Expo Ian Crowther ovo group Tili September 23, 2019Chris SmedleyWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
Kluman & Balter (Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire) has expanded its fats and oils range with Breadfat. The fat produces light and well-textured bread for sandwich loaves, baps, rolls and other speciality items, says the company.Kluman & Balter offers seven different types of margarine. The Sovereign Superior AV margarine has good creaming properties and a buttery flavour, says the company. Kluman also supplies oils, such as palm frying oil, vegetable oil, rapeseed oil and extra virgin oil, suitable for baking quality breads.Like all of the products in the Kluman and Balter range, the oils and fats are available directly from stock for immediate delivery. The fats are non-hydrogenated and come in 10kg and 12.5kg packs, the oils in 5, 15 0r 20 litre drums and 1000 litre tanks.