Kenya Airways Limited (KA.tz) listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange under the Transport sector has released it’s 2011 presentation For more information about Kenya Airways Limited (KA.tz) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Kenya Airways Limited (KA.tz) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Kenya Airways Limited (KA.tz) 2011 presentation Company ProfileKenya Airways Limited is the flag carrier airline of Kenya. It was wholly-owned by the government of Kenya until 1995 when the airline was privatised. Kenya Airways is now a public-private partnership with the largest shareholder being the government of Kenya (48.9%) and the balance owned by KQ Lenders Company 2017 Ltd (38.1%), KLM (7.8%) and private owners (5.2%). Kenya Airways offers domestic and international flights, ground handling services and handles import and export of cargo. Subsidiary companies of Kenya Airways include JamboJet Limited which provides local passenger air transport services, and African Cargo Handling Limited which provides cargo handling services. Kenya Airways Limited is listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange.
The Imperial Cancer Research Fund and the Cancer Research Campaign are discussing a merger which would make them the largest fundraising charity in the UK, with a joint turnover of £222m. The two are the largest of the 620 cancer charities in the UK and were originally the same organisation.Read Cancer charities consider merger by Sarah Boseley at SocietyGuardian and Turning back the clock on the charities’ original foundation. Read also CRC head discusses merger plans, Nicola Hill’s interview with Gordon McVie, director general of the Cancer Research Campaign. 18 total views, 1 views today 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. Advertisement Howard Lake | 14 December 2000 | News Cancer charities to become biggest fundraising charity? AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
CAF believes its proposals could significantly supplement the £750m Government aid package for charities announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak.Rhodri Davies, Head of Policy at the Charities Aid Foundation, said:“In these times of crisis we need to employ radical ideas to bolster the charities which are an integral part of life in the UK. These proposals include elements which, in normal times, would not be considered but these extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures to help protect the invaluable work of charities.“The Chancellor recently brought forward welcome and important support for charities but was clear that he couldn’t intervene to help them all. We hope these bold ideas will be taken up by Ministers, regulators and our colleagues in the charity world to unleash support that we need now to keep charities alive for the future.“The contribution of charities has never been more evident and every course of action we can take to ensure they will be there to continue helping society’s most vulnerable needs to be considered at pace.” Advertisement Melanie May | 17 April 2020 | News Tagged with: Charities Aid Foundation COVID-19 Finance About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. The full briefing paper can be downloaded from the CAF site. 313 total views, 2 views today 314 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis4 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis4 Unlocking assets could free £1bn to support coronavirus fight Analysis by the Charities Aid Foundation suggests that unlocking assets could release £1 billion to help charities during the coronavirus outbreak.CAF’s report recommends a raft of measures to unlock charitable assets, harness unclaimed Gift Aid and stimulate new giving to causes hit by the pandemic, with recommendations for government, regulators and charities.Proposals include:Temporarily removing the need for people to make a Gift Aid declaration in order for the charities to receive the 25% additional benefit on every donation. It is estimated that £600m in Gift Aid is currently unclaimed each yearIntroducing “living legacies” which allow people to bring forward the kinds of gifts they might make in their will – allowing charities to plan ahead and potentially borrow money against future assetsUnlocking the assets of the £500m National Fund – a charity set up in the 1920s to repay the national debt whose assets have been locked away for nearly 100 yearsEasing efforts to release millions in unused cash from dormant charitiesCreating a coronavirus big philanthropy pledge to encourage donations from wealthy individuals and businesses
Jack Harold Jones (L) and Ronald Henry Stewart (R) in undated photos. (Arkansas Department of Corrections/Florida Department of Corrections) (FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.) — Prosecutors in Florida are asking for a dead man’s murder conviction to be vacated after DNA testing showed he was wrongly convicted.The Broward State Attorney’s Office filed a motion to exonerate Ronald Stewart for the murder of Regina Harrison, it said in a statement released on Thursday. Harrison was killed on May 2, 1983, just two days after her 20th birthday. Stewart, who had previously been sentenced to three concurrent 50-year prison terms for other crimes, including rape and burglary, pled no contest to the murder and was subsequently sentenced to 50 years in prison, according to court records. Stewart died while incarcerated on Sept. 11, 2008.Ten years later, the reinvestigation into Harrison’s murder began when a written confession was handed over to law enforcement by the sister of Jack Harold Jones, a convicted murderer and rapist who was executed a year earlier by the state of Arkansas for the 1995 killing of Mary Phillips, 34.Jones’ sister said he had instructed her not to open the letter, which was written in 2006 or 2007, until one year after his execution.In the letter, a copy of which has been obtained by ABC News, Jones appears to confess to the murder of a young woman who meets the description of Harrison in detail.“I met her riding bikes,” the letter said. “We went to the beach, rode around down there, and came back up Sheridan and into the park. That’s where it happened.”The letter prompted the Broward Sheriff’s Office to run the DNA collected from Harrison’s body in the national DNA database. The test revealed the DNA collected from Harrison’s body originated not from Stewart but from Jones, according to the motion.DNA testing, which was not available in 1983 when Harrison was murdered, has exonerated more than 350 innocent people in the United States, according to the Innocence Project, an organization that uses DNA testing to help exonerate wrongly convicted people.“Ronald Stewart would not have been charged with murder if DNA testing had been available at the time and he would not have been prosecuted for the murder if DNA testing had been available at the time,” the Broward State Attorney’s Office statement reads.For Harrison’s family, though, the news of his wrongful conviction came too late and it has forced them to relive the pain of their lost loved one.“In a practical sense, this doesn’t affect anybody that’s alive today. We got two bad guys and they’re both dead,” brother Richard Harrison, 58, told ABC News. “Though Stewart didn’t murder my sister, that didn’t make him any less evil, and that doesn’t make Jones any less dead.”But Richard Harrison, who is an attorney in Florida, also said that he supports the state’s attorney’s effort to correct the record because it helps build trust with the community. He said that he has explained the news to his parents, both of whom are approaching 90 and have health issues. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Georgia sheriff’s department under fire after official says spa shootings suspect had ‘really bad day’
Megan Varner/Getty ImagesBy EMILY SHAPIRO, ABC News(CHEROKEE COUNTY, Ga.) — The sheriff’s department in Cherokee County, Georgia, is facing backlash after a captain described the alleged gunman in the killings of eight people at Atlanta-area spas as having “a really bad day.”The suspect, 21-year-old Robert Long, was taken into custody hours after the Tuesday shootings which took place at three different locations: one in Cherokee County and two in Atlanta.When asked at Wednesday’s news conference if Long understood the gravity of his alleged crimes, Cherokee County Sheriff’s Capt. Jay Baker said, “I spoke with investigators, they interviewed him this morning. And they got that impression, yes — he understood the gravity of it.”“And he was pretty much fed up and had been, kind of, at the end of his rope. And yesterday was a really bad day for him, and this is what he did,” Baker said.The reaction online to Baker’s comment was swift.“This is rage inducing. Not even 24hrs since he killed 8 people & a Cop apologizes for him,” tweeted Qasim Rashid, a human rights lawyer and former candidate for Congress.Eliza Orlins, a candidate for Manhattan district attorney, tweeted, “As a public defender, I’ve had cops call a young client of mine names I refuse to repeat for sleeping on a train platform. Two. Systems. Of. Justice.”Some police officials told ABC News that they believe Baker was trying to convey to reporters what Long told investigators, and that the use of the phrase “bad day” was Long’s words.Baker is also under fire for a post on a now-deleted Facebook account that appeared to belong to him.A post from March 30, 2020, said, “Place your order while they last,” with a smiley emoji next to an image of T-shirts for sale that read, “Covid-19 Imported from Chy-na.”The Facebook account holder who shared the T-shirt image claimed that his employer was the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office. His account included a photo of Baker in uniform outside the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office.The account was deleted Wednesday night.Baker and the sheriff’s office did not immediately respond to ABC News’ request for comment.The eight victims, the majority of whom were women of Asian descent, were gunned down at three spas in the Atlanta area amid a rise in anti-Asian American and Pacific Islander hate crimes across the nation.Long’s motive remains unclear.Long allegedly admitted to the killings, telling “investigators that he blames the massage parlors for providing an outlet for his addiction to sex,” the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement. Baker said at the news conference, “It’s a temptation for him that he wanted to eliminate … those were comments that he made.”The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office said that “Long told investigators the crimes were not racially motivated.” Cherokee County Sheriff Frank Reynolds said at Wednesday’s news conference, “It may be targets of opportunity. We believe he frequented these places.”However, Atlanta police said Wednesday evening, “Investigators are taking a hard look at what motivated the shooter. Our investigation is far from over and we have not ruled anything out.”President Joe Biden on Thursday ordered flags to half-staff in honor of the victims until March 22.New Jersey Rep. Andy Kim tweeted Wednesday, “I’ve been asked if the violence against [Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders] is new, and if it is getting better with the increased recent visibility. The answer to both is no. Discrimination/violence existed before COVID and it will continue after. And sadly, I don’t think we have seen the worst of it.”“I can’t tell you how much it means to me and others that anti-AAPI violence has gotten attention,” he continued. “Now we need follow through. Give AAPI communities more resources/coordination.”At a Thursday hearing in Congress on violence against Asian Americans, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said, “The fear in the Asian American community and the threat of violence against its members should be a topic of national conversation.”“It’s up to us to speak out against it and to act against it,” he said.Long is charged with eight counts of murder. Long waived his first court appearance, according to his attorney, J. Daran Burns, who was appointed to represent Long by the Cherokee County Office of Indigent Defense on Wednesday.“Everybody is doing their jobs, both law enforcement and the District Attorney’s Office. Now, our firm will conduct a thorough investigation on our client’s behalf,” Burns said in a statement.Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Court give trust go-ahead to name NHS Supplies Authority as co-defendant inlatex gloves court caseThe NHS Supplies Authority is likely to be sued in a chain of damages claimsinitiated by a nurse who says she can no longer work because of latex gloveallergy. In one of about 50 claims currently in motion, the courts have for the firsttime given leave for an NHS trust to name the authority as a co-defendant.Essex Rivers Healthcare Trust has until the end of the month to take up theopportunity. “This is very significant,” said Graham Johnson, professionaldevelopment manager for MTL Medical Services and an expert witness in a numberof latex glove cases. “It will be the first time the authority has beenbrought into the courtroom. “Currently a hospital can ask the NHSSA to send gloves that are knownto be inherently dangerous. The NHSSA argues that since there is a market forthese gloves it must offer them. But the same could be said for Semtex. Theauthority owes a duty of care to the trusts it supplies.” Karen Heyhoe, the registered general nurse bringing the case against EssexRivers, said, ‘The Supplies Authority has a huge case to answer. The healthauthority does rely on it for the best deal and cost-effectiveness. If it isgoing to supply these gloves it should be doing research as well into theirsafety.” The NHSSA catalogue continues to offer powdered latex examination andsurgical gloves despite warnings from the Medical Devices Agency about thepotential risks of allergens released by both the powder and the latex proteinsused in some gloves’ manufacture. About 80 per cent of trusts no longer use thegloves. Last month, in an out-of-court settlement, an unidentified trust paid£30,000 in compensation and offered re-employment to a healthcare worker itdismissed in 1997 because of glove-related ill-health. Daniel Bennett, solicitor with Leigh, Day & Co which is acting for 10latex allergy sufferers, said most of the trusts in question are eitheradmitting or declining to challenge liability. “We are able to demonstrate between 15 and 20 breaches of statutoryduty,” Bennett said. “It is clear from the documentary evidence thathealth trusts were not and are still not assessing the risks under the PersonalProtective Equipment at Work regulations, nor are they doing risk assessmentsrequired under the COSHH regulations. These failures are making it very easy towin these cases.” Next Article Comments are closed. NHS supplier faces courtOn 1 Jan 2000 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.
Beau Lund FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailAthleta(NEW YORK) — Simone Biles and Athleta have entered into a new partnership.The Gap Inc.-owned activewear company announced on Friday that the superstar gymnast will be the face of its brand.Together, the brand and Biles, plan to expand the mission of fostering community, igniting activity and inspiring the next generation to be the best version of themselves, the company said.In her role with Athleta, she will collaborate with the design team to develop signature products.“Using my voice has been very empowering for me and I am grateful to embark on this new journey with Athleta to inspire young girls and women to do the same,” said Biles in a statement.“The opportunity to encourage young girls to reach their full potential and be a force for change is incredibly powerful. I admire Athleta for their commitment to recognize and support women’s individual and collective strength and, together, I believe we can help girls to confidently and passionately take on the world in their athletic endeavors and beyond,” she added.Before her partnership with Athleta, Biles was a brand ambassador with Nike since 2015The gymnast discussed what attracted her to Athleta to The Wall Street Journal saying, “I felt like it wasn’t just about my achievements, it’s what I stood for and how they were going to help me use my voice and also be a voice for females and kids.”Biles added, “I feel like they also support me, not just as an athlete, but just as an individual outside of the gym and the change that I want to create, which is so refreshing.”A Nike spokesperson said that “Simone Biles is an incredible athlete and we wish her the very best” and, “we will continue to champion, celebrate and evolve to support our female athletes.”As an Athleta partner, Biles is being given the platform to inspire “honest conversations” and play a role in developing programming focused on supporting and uplifting young women.“Simone embodies our brand through her advocacy, mentorship and work in the community,” said Jana Henning, chief product officer of Athleta in a statement. “Our team is looking forward to working collaboratively with her to bring the same elements of confidence, strength, and grace she demonstrates on and off the mat into future collections for girls.”Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Written by April 23, 2021 /Sports News – National Simone Biles flips over to new Athleta partnership, ends Nike deal
Back to overview,Home naval-today Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Remembers Pearl Harbor Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Remembers Pearl Harbor Naval Air Station Whidbey Island (NASWI), Electronic Attack Squadron 129 (VAQ-129), the Pearl Harbor Survivors’ Association, and North Cascades Chapter 5 honored those killed at Pearl Harbor 72 years ago during a commemoration ceremony, Dec. 6.VAQ-129 hosted the Pearl Harbor Day Commemoration Ceremony at the PBY Memorial Foundation and Navy Heritage Center on the NASWI Seaplane Base, in remembrance of the attack on Pearl Harbor Dec. 7, 1941.Capt. Michael Nortier, NASWI commanding officer, said NASWI was honored to have the survivors at the ceremony.“We have just a few of the brave souls here today that defended our nation,” Nortier said. “In Pearl Harbor they were like today’s Sailors; we have the finest men and women deployed defending our nation.”At the time of the attack Calavan was on the former battleship USS Utah (BB-31). It was the first ship attacked by the Japanese and the wreckage is still visible in the harbor.“What made me angry is the Japanese knew we were there and their torpedoes sank us within 15 minutes,” Calavan said. “We weren’t prepared; over 2,000 young men died that day and it’s because we weren’t alert and ready. We can’t let that happen again.”National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, which is observed annually on Dec. 7, is to remember and honor all those who died in the attack on Pearl Harbor.“I was laying in a ditch,” Calavan said. “One of the nicest things about being 17 was I didn’t realize the great danger I was in from being in a ditch. I just knew I was scared.”Calavan said that the day after the attack they had to pull the bodies out of the water. Most of the bodies had no identification and they had to cut their jaws out of their mouth to identify the bodies.“I grew up a little that day,” Calavan said. “The next day I really grew up.”Gayle Vyskocil, a member of the Pearl Harbor Survivors’ Association, laid a wreath outside the base of the USS Arizona memorial. The wreath honored the 2,403 Navy, Marine Corps, Army and civilian men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country. Sailors and attendees also laid carnations over the wreath showing their respect.[mappress]Press Release, December 09, 2013; Image: Wikimedia Training & Education Share this article December 9, 2013
View post tag: Atlas View post tag: Mln View post tag: Job View post tag: Navy Malaysian-based Boustead Atlas Hall has signed a RM26.6m (about USD 9.6 million) contract with Boustead Naval Shipyard, under which Boustead Atlas Hall will construct a hangar and consolidate two vessels, according to the The Star Online. January 30, 2014 View post tag: Defence View post tag: Defense View post tag: Naval View post tag: Malaysia View post tag: 9 View post tag: 6 Malaysia: Boustead Naval Shipyard Awards USD 9.6 Mln Job to Boustead Atlas View post tag: USD View post tag: awards Back to overview,Home naval-today Malaysia: Boustead Naval Shipyard Awards USD 9.6 Mln Job to Boustead Atlas View post tag: News by topic Both companies are subsidiaries of the Boustead Holdings Bhd, which owns 68.85% of Bousted Naval Shipyard.These contracts were deemed related party transaction under the Listing Requirements of Bursa Malaysia Securities Bhd and the awarded works are in the best interest of the Boustead Holdings, the parent company said.Boustead Naval Shipyard covers an area of 46 hectares and was originally known as the Royal Malaysia Navy Dockyard. It became fully operational in 1984. The shipyard is capable of building patrol vessels, fast troop carriers, anchor handling tub, OSVs, luxury yacht hotel and vehicular ferries.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, January 30, 2014; Image: Boustead Naval Shipyard View post tag: Boustead View post tag: shipyard Share this article Industry news
The Artisan School of Food had a visit from the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, who were given a tour around the facilities, and unveiled a plaque to commemorate their visit this week.Their Royal Highnesses visited the School at the Welbeck Estate in Nottinghamshire on Tuesday (25 February), touring its butchery and bakery training rooms, observing practical classes and meeting with the school’s full-time students.They also met with the school’s tutors, trustees and sponsors and were presented with a hamper of food produced by students.Gareth Kennedy, director of The School of Artisan Food, commented: “It has been an enormous pleasure to provide their Royal Highnesses with a tour of the School and to share with them our commitment to training the next generation of handmade food producers.”Opened in October 2009, The School of Artisan Food is the UK’s only not-for-profit school dedicated to artisan food production.It offers short courses and professional qualifications, and specialises in baking, butchery, cheesemaking as well as pickling and preserving.