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Receive email alerts Organisation News RSF asks Germany to let Myanmar journalist Mratt Kyaw Thu apply for asylum Thai premier, UN rapporteurs asked to prevent journalists being returned to Myanmar MyanmarAsia – Pacific Follow the news on Myanmar May 12, 2021 Find out more RSF_en November 25, 2005 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Documentary film-maker released US journalist held in Yangon prison notorious for torture to go further Help by sharing this information May 31, 2021 Find out more News News Reporters Without Borders has just learned that documentary filmmaker Lazing La Htoi was released three monthsafter she was arrested arbitrarily in July 2004.——————–4.08.04Documentary film-maker arrested Reporters Without Borders and the Burma Media Association today condemned the arrest of documentary film-maker Lazing La Htoi on 27 July in Myitkyina (in the northern state of Kichin) as “a new attempt to suppress the news” and called on the head of the Burmese government, Gen. Than Shwe, to release him at once. The owner of the Htoi San Press production agency, Lazing La Htoi was arrested for making a film about last month’s severe flooding in Burma which, according to the official version carried by the pro-government newspaper Kyemon, caused no damage or loss of life.Lazing La Htoi’s documentary showed a victim’s body and interviewed a witness who put the total number of dead at about 50. He made 300 copies of the documentary but was arrested before he could distribute them.Together with a local NGO, the Metta Development Foundation, he has been making documentaries about humanitarian issues for some 10 years. News May 26, 2021 Find out more MyanmarAsia – Pacific
How creative can an agent get about its company’s history?That question has been put under the spotlight after an agent in North London was reported this week to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) for claiming on its property website that it has been in business for a decade even though it was not incorporated until October 2015, Companies House records show.Huddletons, which operates out of an office above a restaurant in Camden and one director, appears to have changed its website to reflect the ASA request to amend its claim, now stating the more subtle point that it “has developed organically over the past decade from concept through to where it currently stands as a business”.Huddleton is not listed on either the NAEA or ARLA websites as a member but it is signed up to the Property Redress Scheme.But the company is not the only one investigated this week by the ASA over claims made on its website.Builder Crest Nicholson had an advert for one of its developments challenged by a complainant, who said an image was misleading because it showed a detached property when, on further investigation, it turned out to be semi-detached.“The advertiser confirmed that they had removed the image from the listing,” says the ASA.”Read about more recent investigations by the ASA.Huddleton advertising standards authority ASA camden Crest Nicholson January 25, 2018Nigel LewisWhat’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 Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Two property company’s websites investigated by advertising watchdog previous nextRegulation & LawTwo property company’s websites investigated by advertising watchdogAn estate agent in North London and builder Crest Nicholson are asked to amend their websites.Nigel Lewis25th January 20180677 Views
The bakery option on a new advanced diploma in Artisan Food Production is over-subscribed as people look to retrain and set up their own businesses.The School of Artisan Food in Nottinghamshire is now accepting applications for the two-year full-time advanced diploma, which begins in September, with students able to specialise in baking cheese-making, butchery or brewing. “We can take a maximum of 25 students each year and we already have nine people who have chosen to specialise in baking. We’re looking at reworking the timetable to provide a few extra places,” said marketing and admissions officer Joe Piliero. “The feedback we’re getting from applicants is that they want to set up their own deli or café, making fresh bread each day, or their own artisan bakery.”The bakery side of the course will be headed by Emmanuel Hadjiandreou, currently bakery director at Judges Bakery in Hastings, with practical classes looking at production techniques, as well as fundamental bakery science and microbiology.
De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB), the Dutch pensions regulator, has criticised ABP’s recovery plan for assuming that the €356bn scheme’s equity holdings will produce a 7% annual return in the coming years. According to a memorandum prepared by ABP’s board, the watchdog also pointed out that the civil servant scheme’s premium would contribute little to its recovery.Within the memo, ABP’s board states that the margin for a premium reduction would be minimal next year, due to “several setbacks”.The reduction will be needed to finance an increase in salaries for government workers. ABP’s memo also reveals that the regulator, despite approving the pension fund’s recovery plan last summer, warned the scheme that the gap between its actual funding and required funding was the largest of all the 150 schemes with recovery plans.The regulator pointed out that ABP had estimated it would need more than eight years to increase its coverage ratio from 97.1% to the required 128%.The average recovery target of the other schemes is 6.5 years.DNB chastised ABP for factoring in the maximum estimates allowed for equities (7%) and real estate (6%) and noted that the contribution of ABP’s premium to its projected recovery was the lowest of all surveyed schemes.ABP’s ‘premium funding’ – which reflects the extent to which contributions drive new accrual – has dropped from 80% to approximately 67% as a consequence of the scheme’s switch from the consumer index to the salary index for inflation compensation, as well as its abolishment of premium levies.Within the memo, the pension fund conceded that its contribution was low relative to its pensions accrual.ABP’s board also lamented that last summer’s reduction of the ultimate forward rate – part of the discount mechanism for liabilities – had cut funding immediately by 1.9 percentage points. Based on current interest rates, it added, funding is expected fall by another 2.8 percentage points over the next 10 years.ABP’s board said the low-interest-rate environment stood to prolong its recovery period by nearly six years and would require it to increase its contribution by 0.8%.
3 USD 353 candidates file; 3 more file for Wellington city council, election filing deadline is Tuesday
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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Dist. 3, Pos. 6Rick NafzigerRick Nafziger Dist. 2 Pos. 2 (unexpired)Gail SwansonRandy Simon 2 Council members Belle Plaine City3 council membersDavid Armstrong Jim Valentine Caldwell CityCommissioner of Finance Hunnewell CityMayor USD 353 (Wellington)Dist. 1, Pos. 4Maria CornejoMaria Cornejo Jarod Nance Dist. 3, Pos. 6Jason NewberryDena Martens 5 council membersAlvin Lamb by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” All three Wellington, USD 353 positions have candidates, but at this moment there are no challengers! There is still Tuesday until noon to file. Remember the offices will be closed because of the Martin Luther King Holiday on Monday. So Tuesday, candidates, storm the doors!Maria Cornejo became the first Wellington school board incumbent to file. She represents District 1 Position 9. Dixie Blankinship and Dena Martens are the other incumbents but they have yet to file. Jason Newberry also filed for District 3 Position 6.There are now seven, count them, seven, Wellington City Council members for the six new at large positions. The three new filings on Friday were:Â Chance Weber, Lynne Tompkins and Jarod Nance. Those three candidates join Terry Nunemaker, Kim Woodrow, Kelly Green and Jim Valentine. Interestingly enough, Nunemaker, Weber and Woodrow are the only three candidates who have filed who are incumbents. Five current Wellington City Council members have yet to file. Across Sumner County, so far there is only two contested (two!) school board races. Belle Plaine has a district at large position race between Duane Smith and Stephanie Scott. Caldwell, USD 360 has four people filing for three at large positions.Remember… If you are running for a school board position register at the Sumner County Clerk’s office at the courthouse in Wellington. If you are running for city council, register at your jurisdiction’s city clerk office.The filings as of Friday evening across Sumner County are: Dist. 3, Pos. 3 (unexpired)Jean Brockway USD 509 (South Haven)3 at-large positionsAmy BrownAmy Brown Dist. 3, Pos. 6Curtis WinterRick Worley Conway Springs CityMayorWilliam Fuller Oxford CityMayor Jeremy GoeckelChris Deyoe 5 council members 2 Council members Chase Weber USD 359 (Argonia)Dist. 1, Pos. 4Saray Vineyard South Haven CityMayor 3 council members Mary Jo Hunt USD 357 (Belle Plaine)Dist. 1, Pos. 4Matt AstMatt Ast Roger Terry 5 council members School candidate filingsOfficers openCandidates filedExpired terms Dist. 3, Pos. 6Alfred Neises Mayfield CityMayor 5 council members