Unilever Ghana Limited (UNIL.gh) listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Industrial holding sector has released it’s 2015 interim results for the half year.For more information about Unilever Ghana Limited (UNIL.gh) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Unilever Ghana Limited (UNIL.gh) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Unilever Ghana Limited (UNIL.gh) 2015 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileUnilever Ghana Limited manufactures and markets fast-moving consumer goods which includes food, home and personal care products. Its food range includes margarine, spreads, beverages, soups, bouillons, sauces, snacks, mayonnaise, salad dressing and olive oil and ice-cream and frozen foods. Beverages include tea, weight management products and nutritionally-enhanced staples. Its home care range includes laundry and household care products. Its personal care range includes skin cleansing, skin care, oral care and deodorant products. The company provides products for professional chefs and caterers through its global division, Unilever Foodsolutions. Unilever Ghana Limited also has interests in investment management and real estate development in Ghana. The company is a subsidiary of Unilever PLC and its head office is in Tema, Ghana. Unilever Ghana Limited is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange
Plymouth College: back row: B Dean, J Mason, A Lochhead, J Norris, M Earle, H Slade, T Cleneghan, W Dickinson, C Scholtissek, C Attis, N Majilessi. Front row: T Stevens-Fleming, O Mulberry, O Wace, J Dawe, J Tolan (capt), B Jackson, C Maidment, G Stephenson.Plymouth College fended off St Joseph’s College, Monmouth and The Grammar School at Leeds to land their first Team of the Month award. The Devonians gained major scalps in Kirkham GS and Bryanston, and reached the sixth round of the Daily Mail RBS Cup with a 33-7 win at Truro.Under coaches Rich Thompson and Richard Edwards, Plymouth have upgraded their fixture list and the defeat of top Western Schools League side Kirkham confirms their heady progress.Tries by hooker Jon Dawe and scrum-half George Stephenson, plus ten points from the trusty boot of England U18 squad No 10 Henry Slade, gave Plymouth their best win in many a year.Things got even better when outplaying Bryanston by 36 points. Stephenson again shone with three tries but this was a great team effort, the forwards dominating after weathering an early storm, Dawe, locks Will Dickinson and Tom Cleneghan and prop Alistair Lochhead punching above their weight. The side like to play expansively, but have the weaponry to adapt. Formidable half-backs in Slade and Stephenson, and strong centres in skipper Josh Tolan and Toby Stevens-Fleming, have been at the heart of the scoring.This side has grown up through the school and 11 of the regular starting XV were together at Plymouth College Prep School. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Do you want to buy the issue of Rugby World in which this article appeared? Back Issues Contact John Denton Services at 01733-385-170 visit http://mags-uk.com/ipcOr perhaps you’d like a digital version of it delivered direct to your PC, MAC or Ipad? If so click here.
You can watch that video of the session by clicking here.Haig concurs regarding the competitiveness of the sessions, saying: “After day one, Eddie said the players were gobsmacked at how strong Georgia were and that it’s all they could talk about that night!”England will obviously be more aware of the Georgians’ skill-set at scrum time when they pack down again this week while Rowntree will be able to give his Georgian charges a detailed insight into the opposition players having also coached many of them.It’s an experience that should have long-term benefits for Georgia, with Haig’s side drawing on last year’s sessions when faced with tough challenges since. “We’ve referred back to that when playing hard teams, how we’ve trained against England,” says the Kiwi coach.Space invader: Giorgi Kveseladze in action in the win over Spain (Getty Images)“At the time they were ranked No 2 in the world and it was an excellent exercise for us to be involved in. It’s good to remember those type of things and the players can all take huge confidence from that, training against England.”While England are preparing for the last two rounds of their Six Nations campaign – matches against Italy and Scotland at Twickenham – Georgia are in the middle of the Rugby Europe Championship. England to train with Georgia during Six NationsEddie Jones labelled Georgia “the biggest, ugliest, strongest scrum pack in the world” when his England squad trained against them last year – and his forwards will test themselves against the Lelos again next week.Georgia will spend two days training with England in Oxford during the upcoming Six Nations fallow week, the goal being that their back-line benefit from insight from the likes of Owen Farrell, Jonny May and Elliot Daly, while the forwards give the English pack a stern exam.“We get as much out of it as they do,” says Georgia coach Milton Haig. “With their forwards against our forwards and our backs against their backs, it’s a win-win situation.”Fresh test: The England forwards will train with Georgia this week (Getty Images)Jones said after England’s 21-13 defeat by Wales: “We’ve had this plan for a while. It’s an opportune time to do some set-piece work.”It was Haig who suggested another training session to Jones over the festive break – the pair have known each other since Jones’s time as Japan coach – following the similar camp during the 2018 Six Nations.This week there is an interesting subplot with Graham Rowntree, the former Test prop who was England forwards coach from 2008-2015, now in charge of the Georgian pack. Rowntree was not involved last year but heard about the combative scrums.“Back home it’s talked about – rumours quickly got out about how tough a session it was and how they were taken aback by how good Georgia were,” he says. “Looking at YouTube – someone filmed it through a fence – Georgia got stuck into England.” TAGS: Georgia LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Front up: England pack down against the Georgian scrum last year (Getty Images) The Georgians will take part in a training camp with Eddie Jones’s squad during the Six Nations fallow week They sit top of the table having beaten Romania 18-9 and Spain 24-10, the latter match played in extremely windy conditions in Tbilisi, and face Belgium next Saturday, 2 March, before Tests against Germany and Russia on the following weekends.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: legacies Howard Lake | 26 April 2012 | News A report analysing charities’ legacy marketing will be published next week featuring reviews and analysis of available data about the volume, value and types of charitable legacies, including trends since before the recession.Will it Work? 2012, the fourth in an annual series, will be published in the May edition of fundraising consultant Andrew Papworth’s monthly newsletter, Harvest. It consists of over 70 pages of analysis and comment, with tables, graphs and charts showing trends over time. It also features reproductions of recent legacy adverts, loose inserts and mailshots.In discussing the obstacles facing legacy marketers and the future prospects of the legacy market, Papworth includes some “radical solutions”.He said: “Whether you agree with my findings or not, I’m pretty confident they will give you food for thought. The key problem they highlight is that the sector has failed over several decades to do anything like enough to encourage the writing of more charitable Wills.“At the same time social, economic, political and demographic pressures are going to mean that more charities will be chasing fewer and less valuable legacies.”Will it Work? 2012 costs £75 including postage and packing.www.andrewpapworth.co.uk 30 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis New study of charity legacy advertising published 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.
Stolen credit cards that can be demonstrated to function have a higher value to other criminals.Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation’s Chief Executive Jonathan Irwin said there had been a steady flow of such transactions over the past 15 months but that the level of activity had increased recently. On one day in April it had received 190 such donations worth more than €42,000 in total. He added that the foundation had notified its payment processor, Realex, about the issue. Not surprisingly, he said €130,000 was a significant sum to the charity, which has an annual budget of around €3 millon.Photo: Credit card security by Chad McDermott on Shutterstock.com Fraudsters target charity’s online payments system AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 9 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation in Ireland has had to return more than €130,000 in donations in recent weeks after its website was targeted as part of a credit card scam, according to the Irish Times. The children’s charity said it had provided rebates on more than 1,000 fraudulent paymentsmade via its website 22 March and 30 April.As many charities have experienced, charity websites are often targeted by fraudsters in order to make a small donation to check that the stolen card details are correct. Credit card users often don’t spot or question a modest donation, whereas they would report any large purchase or expenditure. Advertisement Howard Lake | 21 May 2013 | News 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.
June 7, 2021 Find out more News News WhatsApp blocks accounts of at least seven Gaza Strip journalists June 3, 2021 Find out more News United StatesAmericas Organisation Help by sharing this information to go further United StatesAmericas Follow the news on United States Receive email alerts April 28, 2021 Find out more February 6, 2007 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Congress again urged to recognise right to protect sources as freelance video journalist sets record for time in prison News Facebook’s Oversight Board is just a stopgap, regulation urgently needed, RSF says Freelance video journalist and blogger Josh Wolf today spent his 171st day in a federal prison. This is one of the longest periods ever spent by an American journalist in a prison in their own country in connection with their work. Reporters Without Borders calls again for his release and for a federal “shield law” recognising the right of journalists to protect their sources. NSO Group hasn’t kept its promises on human rights, RSF and other NGOs say RSF_en As freelance video journalist and blogger Josh Wolf spent his 171st day in a federal prison in Dublin, California, Reporters Without Borders today reiterated its call for this 24-year-old blogger’s release and appealed again to the US congress to give federal recognition to the right of journalists to protect their sources.This is one of the longest periods ever spent by an American journalist in a prison in their own country in connection with their work. Another freelance journalist, Vanessa Leggett, spent 168 days behind bars – from July 2001 to January 2002 – for similar reasons.“Like Leggett, who was jailed for refusing to name her sources to federal judicial officials, Wolf is being held on a federal judge’s orders for refusing to surrender his unedited video files,” Reporters Without Borders said. “This is scandalous on two counts – the principle at stake and the length of time in prison – and speaks to a disturbing deterioration in press freedom in the United States.”The organisation added: “Other journalists are currently risking imprisonment for similar reasons. Congress cannot remain silent any longer on the key question of professional secrecy, which is accorded to journalists in 33 states of the union. We reiterate our call for a federal ‘shield law’ and for the rapid release of Wolf, whose work had no bearing on national security, like Leggett’s.”Wolf’s case goes back to 2005, when he filmed a protest in San Francisco against a G8 summit.After refusing to comply with a federal subpoena to hand over his unedited video to a grand jury investigation into an alleged attack on a police car during the demonstration, he was found in contempt of court and was initially imprisoned from 1 August to 1 September 2006. He was sent back to Dublin prison on 20 September after judges rejected an appeal, and has been there ever since. The two spells combined currently add up to 171 days in prison.A federal court rejected his lawyers’ last request for release on 30 January. This means he will remain in jail until he complies with the subpoena or until the term of the grand jury investigation expires. According to the Reporters Committee for the Freedom of the Press, it was originally set to expire in July of this year, but could now be extended to January 2008. Under federal law, a person cannot spend more than 18 months in prison for contempt of court.Leggett was jailed on the orders of a federal court in Houston, Texas, on 20 July 2001 for refusing to testify about her research into the 1997 murder of a Texan millionaire’s wife, about which was planning to write a book. Leggett had interviewed the victim’s brother-in-law, who was a suspect, before he committed suicide. She was released on 4 January 2002 after 168 days in prison.Readiness to resort to imprisonment in this kind of case increased alarmingly after 9/11, with “national security” often serving as grounds for finding journalists in contempt when they refused to name their sources. Then New York Times reporter Judith Miller spent three and a half months in prison, from 6 July to 29 September 2005, for refusing to give her sources in the leaking of a CIA agent’s identity, which was blamed on the White House.San Francisco Chronicle reporters Lance Williams and Mark Fainaru-Wada are currently under threat of imprisonment by a federal judge for refusing to reveal their sources for leaks about an investigation into the use of performance-enhancing drugs by athletes – a case that could not be further removed from national security. Their appeal is due to be heard on 5 March.Aside from Wolf, the US authorities are currently holding Al Jazeera cameraman Sami Al-Haj at the detention centre at Guantanamo Bay (Cuba). Al-Haj has been detained without charge since 13 June 2002 (see release of 10 January 2007).
Twitter Brochure published to promote Killybegs as an offshore support base Google+ Facebook Previous articleDonegal woman elected to the INCVFNext articleThousands expected to turnout for Ronan Kerrs funeral News Highland WhatsApp Pinterest Facebook Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry WhatsApp Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Pinterest By News Highland – April 6, 2011 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic News Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal As the port of Killybegs continues to expand, a new brochure has been launched highlighting the port’s suitability as a centre for servicing offshore energy exploration and renewable energy projects.While the port’s traditional roots as a fishing harbour remain strong, Killybegs has been versifying to become a cruise ship destination, and a base for offshore operations.The Donegal County Development Board has been the driving force in the publication of a brochure highlighting Killybegs expertise in the offshore supports area.The brochure was developed in partnership with Killybegs and District Chamber of Commerce, Killybegs Community Council and local business representatives. The purpose of the brochure is to showcase the port of Killybegs and to also provide details of local service providers.The Mayor of Dongal Cllr. Cora Harvey says the publication of the brochure signals the beginning of a concerted effort by everyone to promote Killybegs as an offshore support base.Addressing the ceremony launching the document, she said Killybegs is a port ready for the 21st century.She added offshore energy exploration will not only benefit the port and its immediate environs, but also the wider county with opportunities for new job creation and training. Twitter
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November 9, 2019 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 11/9 Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailFootball3-A SemifinalsOREM, Utah-Ryder Lish posted a pair of interceptions, including a clutch one to ice the game in the closing minutes, as the Morgan Trojans outlasted North Sanpete 10-7 Saturday in the 3-A state football semifinals at Mountain View High School. The Trojans scored eight of their 10 points defensively as North Sanpete signal-caller Landon Bowles was called for intentional grounding in his own end zone resulting in a safety.Additionally, Bowles (11-23, 93 yards, 3 INT’s) was intercepted by Dexter Gilson, who was ruled to have returned this 22 yards for a score. Morgan QB Carter Thackeray threw a 2-point conversion pass to Porter Giles as well for the only offensive points Morgan scored on the day. Gage Thornton (6 car, 41 yards) was Morgan’s leading rusher and the Trojans’ leading receiver was Jack Cameron (3 rec, 34 yards).The Hawks’ statistical leaders were Payton Clawson (15 car, 72 yards, TD) and Jaxton Langschwager (4 rec, 34 yards).Connor Jorgensen and Langschwager each had a sack for the Hawks, while Magnus Clawson, Brady Jacobson and Trevor Robinson all had interceptions in the loss for North Sanpete.Morgan will play for a 3-A state championship Friday at 4:00 pm at Dixie State University in St. George against Juab.OREM, Utah-Cade Bowring amassed 120 scrimmage yards on 19 touches, posting a four-yard touchdown run and a 26-yard scoring reception as the Juab Wasps outlasted Grantsville 22-20 Saturday in the 3-A state football semifinals at Mountain View High School. Zac Cowan completed 8 of 10 passes for 110 yards and a touchdown while Karder Shepherd added three receptions for 53 yards for the Wasps in the win.Grantsville nearly pulled off a miraculous comeback behind the magnificence of signal-caller Jackson Sandberg (23-33, 246 yards, 2 TD’s) while he threw scoring tosses to Chace Gipson (3 rec, 63 yards, TD) and Taylor Wood (5 rec, 58 yards, TD). in defeat for the Cowboys.Juab turned the ball over on downs with 1.5 seconds left, giving Sandberg one last chance. However, Louk Stevens batted down his last-gasp Hail Mary pass attempt, sending the Wasps to the state title game.2-A SemifinalsOREM, Utah-Kaleb Barney and EJ Allred each had touchdown runs and the Beaver Beavers got past Duchesne 14-7 Saturday in the 2-A state football semifinals at Orem High School. Gavin Davis had a 4-yard touchdown run in the loss for the Eagles. Beaver next plays Milford Saturday November 16 at 5:00 pm in the 2-A state championship game at Trailblazers Stadium on the campus of Dixie State University in St. George.OREM, Utah-Bryson Barnes threw a touchdown pass to Zachary Sherwood in the closing seconds as the Milford Tigers bested the Millard Eagles 28-21 in the 2-A state football semifinals at Orem High School Saturday. Barnes also threw touchdown passes to Bret Beebe (26 yards) and Daniel Ruelas (25 yards). Barnes added a 12-yard touchdown run in the win for the Tigers. In defeat, Brooks Myers threw touchdown passes to Sam Marshall and Austin Burraston and Burraston added a 1-yard scoring run in defeat for the Eagles. Tags: Football Written by