Topics: Sports betting Horse racing British racing releases fixtures plan for 292 meetings 26th May 2020 | By contenteditor Horse racing The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) has released a provisional fixture schedule for June, July and August as courses prepare to resume activity from next week following the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) lockdown.The country’s governing body for racing has also published its technical guidelines for participants and staff to allow racing to resume safely behind closed doors.Fixtures will take place in England from 1 June in line with the UK Government’s provisional timetable for the return of sport behind closed doors. Racing was suspended in Great Britain on 18 March after initial plans to race behind closed doors were abandoned.The first of 292 scheduled meetings over the three months to the end of August will be held at Newcastle on 1-2 June, with Kempton Park also being run on the second day of the month.Many fixtures, including Glorious Goodwood and The York Ebor meetings, remain unchanged from the original schedule. 72-hour declarations will be in place for all races from June until further notice.The BHA said fixtures in Scotland and Wales have been provisionally scheduled, but will only be confirmed following further consultation with the relevant governments on timescales for potential resumption.Resumption is conditional upon the government agreeing that restrictions can be eased further as part of step two of its coronavirus recovery strategy, which includes the return of professional sport and other cultural events. The BHA explained that government guidelines require participants to take action in preparation for attending meetings, so the publication of technical guidelines was necessary in advance.The guidelines include a list of those who are allowed to attend meetings as well as rules on screening, social distancing and the usage of personal protective equipment.Horseracing’s guidelines have been developed in consultation with officials from Public Health England and a group of cross-sport chief medical officers, and drawn up under the direction of the BHA’s chief medical advisor, Dr Jerry Hill.The BHA said they are aligned with the government guidance for the return of elite sports published so far but can be adapted if required by subsequent guidance.“Racing has been able to develop its guidelines based on our experience of operating bio-secure environments to control the spread of infection in horses, and a robust approach to regulation and enforcing the rules,” BHA chief regulatory officer Brant Dunshea said.“Our trainers, jockeys and staff carry out their roles in a highly disciplined way because working with horses always carries risks.“I am very confident they will adapt quickly to this new set of measures designed to protect them from transmission of the virus.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Tags: Race Track and Racino The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) has released a provisional fixture schedule for June, July and August as courses prepare to resume activity from next week following the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) lockdown. Email Address
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[Anglican Journal] Countering fears in some quarters, a University of Windsor law professor has found that North American Muslims do not wish to impose Shari’a law on this continent.In a survey conducted face-to face and by telephone for the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU), a Washington-based Muslim think tank, Dr. Julie Macfarlane interviewed 212 Muslims in Canada and the U.S. Participants ranged from imams and divorced men and women to lawyers and social workers. Macfarlane is an ISPU fellow.None of the participants agreed with the claim that Muslims wanted to impose Shari’a law on Muslims (and non-Muslims) via the secular courts, as some have observers suggested.Respondents consistently distinguished between God’s law (a matter of personal conscience rather than public adjudication) and the law of the land, or human law. Shari’a law would pertain to private and family matters such as marriage and divorce, although some critics have voiced fears that Shari’a in that setting would leave women more vulnerable than adjudication under secular law.Many respondents believed it was important for Muslims to be able to appeal to the formal legal systemwhen necessary (particularly to enforce private agreements). While respondents wanted to continue accessing their Islamic legal traditions in an informal family setting, all understood their private family law-related choices as separate from the formal legal system.Even among imams, who sometimes complain that their advice can be easily disregarded since it cannot be enforced by courts, there is almost no support for a parallel Islamic tribunal system, the study found.“The Muslim community appears content with a private informal system that offers spiritual, emotional and social comfort for some of its members,” MacFarlane said. The full report, “Shari’a Law: Coming to a Courthouse Near You?” can be found here. 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North GA House / D.O.C. UnlimitedSave this projectSaveNorth GA House / D.O.C. Unlimited Projects Year: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/62963/north-ga-house-d-o-c-unlimited Clipboard 2010 Architects: D.O.C. Unlimited Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyHouses•United States “COPY” Houses “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/62963/north-ga-house-d-o-c-unlimited Clipboard United States ArchDaily North GA House / D.O.C. Unlimited Save this picture!+ 16 Share Text description provided by the architects. Completed in 2010, this home stands on the site of a previous house which burned down, minimizing site disturbance. Nestled between woods and a tree-smattered meadow, the horizontal forms of the house reconnect residents with the site physically. Save this picture!Recommended ProductsCoffee tablesBoConceptMadrid Coffee Table AD20Panels / Prefabricated AssembliesULMA Architectural SolutionsMIS Facade PanelBoardsEGGERMultiple Purpose Board – OSB 3Sustainable features and innovative construction systems ensure that the house is in tune with natural systems. A central clerestory creates a connection to nature even in the innermost portions of the house, and gives the structure an iconic presence in the landscape.Both passive and active strategies were used to maximize the performance of this home in regards to both energy and materials. A combination of extensive daylighting and large overhangs maximize natural light while minimizing heating and cooling costs. Save this picture!A geo-thermal heating and cooling system utilizes the natural temperature of the Earth to augment the passive features. A modular system of precast insulated panels reduced construction waste while contributing significantly to the overall strategy for natural heating and cooling.Project gallerySee allShow lessContemplating the Void: Bad Architects GroupArticlesDébordement / Atelier AlternArticles Share CopyAbout this officeD.O.C. UnlimitedOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesWoodHousesUnited StatesPublished on June 04, 2010Cite: “North GA House / D.O.C. Unlimited” 04 Jun 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021.
ArchDaily “COPY” Save this picture!© Dhrupad Shukla+ 30 Share The Mango Tree House / Ujjval Panchal + Kinny SoniSave this projectSaveThe Mango Tree House / Ujjval Panchal + Kinny Soni “COPY” Photographs: Dhrupad Shukla Client:Mr. JainLandscape Design:Anjali JainArt Work:Hansil DabhiAutomation:Connected HomesCity:BhopalCountry:IndiaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Dhrupad ShuklaText description provided by the architects. Unit 48The Mango Tree House, is a private residence of Mr. Jain in Bhopal-India. As the name suggest this house is built around several large 50 years old mango trees. The house consists of two major blocks connected through passages. One accommodates private areas such as living room, bedrooms, kitchen & dinning – where the other accommodates formal seating, guest room, studio, gym and swimming pool.Save this picture!© Dhrupad ShuklaMango trees were the most important elements of this site when we started thinking about designing this house. Experience of being under the large foliage of mango trees was our inspiration. We wanted to create private living spaces without compromising the feeling of being under foliage of mango trees.Save this picture!© Dhrupad ShuklaSave this picture!PlanSave this picture!© Dhrupad ShuklaThis house plan is conceived as a solid wall envelope from outside giving privacy to the house. Inside this envelope all the spaces are designed as pavilions facing trees, where inside becomes outside and vice versa. We used large glasses as transparent walls to enclose spaces, without compromising experience of being under the trees. Tall openings, flat ceilings and continuous floor levels further blur the boundaries of inside and outside. Various passages, staircases and terraces at different floor levels create new vistas and interesting movements around the mango trees.Save this picture!© Dhrupad ShuklaFor each material, selection emphasis was again given to enhance the experience of being connected to the landscape. Cotton white walls and ceilings, uniform granite stone flooring prolong the experience of being close to outside. Wooden ceilings of the upper spaces merge with the tree foliage. Careful selection of delicate and low wooden furniture does not interrupt openness of the plan, yet creates cozy living spaces. Interior and exterior lighting design emphasized the continuity of spaces towards trees. Lighting controls are programmed to create delightful transitions through different times of a day.Save this picture!© Dhrupad ShuklaProject gallerySee allShow lessARG Shopping Mall / ARSH 4D StudioSelected ProjectsBackpack for Modernist Lady / Phillip LühlSelected Projects Share India Projects 2015 Lighting Design: Architects: Ujjval Panchal, Kinny Soni Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs Houses Year: Structural Design: CopyAbout this officeUjjval Panchal, Kinny SoniOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesBhopalIndiaPublished on March 12, 2016Cite: “The Mango Tree House / Ujjval Panchal + Kinny Soni” 11 Mar 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Pinterest Facebook Pinterest Twitter Local NewsBusiness Facebook TAGS Twitter ROOFS AT RISK – ServiceMaster Restore Cautions Homeowners About ‘Ice Dams’ WhatsApp Rooftop snow can be bad news for homeowners. Melting snow that refreezes can form ice dams; frozen obstructions that block water from draining. Water collecting on roofs will often find its way into the structure, where it trickles into insulation, down wall spaces and into sheetrock, plaster and wood. “Ice dams are among the most common causes of water damage to homes,” said Peter Duncanson of ServiceMaster Restore. “Water damage itself is bad, but water leaks also can cause another significant problem – mold.” By Digital AIM Web Support – February 4, 2021 WhatsApp Previous articleEMCOR Group, Inc. Fourth Quarter Conference Call to Be Broadcast Over the InternetNext articleMonogram Names Richard T. Anuszkiewicz Creative Director Digital AIM Web Support
By News Highland – February 10, 2011 Twitter Pinterest Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme Google+ News Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers Twitter Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry It has emerged that Inishowen will be left without a litter warden due to the government’s recruitment ban.Buncrana Town Council has heard that the current litter warden’s temporary rolling contract will not be renewed leaving Inishowen the only electoral area in the county without a warden.Raising the issue, Buncrana Mayor and General Election candidate Padraig MacLoughlain called on the county council to seek a special derogation to allow for the retention or the warden.He says something has to be done:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/pad1pm.mp3[/podcast] WhatsApp PSNI and Gardai urged to investigate Adams’ claims he sheltered on-the-run suspect in Donegal WhatsApp Inishowen to be only electoral area in county with no litter warden Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released Facebook Previous articleNowDoc service in Donegal wins awardNext articleDonegal looking to tap into sailing tourism market News Highland HSE warns of ‘widespread cancellations’ of appointments next week Facebook
AudioHomepage BannerNews Twitter Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Google+ Facebook Twitter By News Highland – July 29, 2020 Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further An explosive row has broken out in the Dail between the Taoiseach and Donegal Deputy Pearse Doherty. The argument started as politicians salaries were being discussed in the Dail chamber yesterday.The Taoiseach was speaking about the independence of the Dáil when Sinn Féin deputy leader Pearse Doherty said Michael Martin had made a very serious allegation about the funding of his office in Donegal.Deputy Doherty hit out at the comments over calls of out of order from the Ceann Comhairle.Listen to the full exchange here:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/petdfgdfgdfgdarserow.wav00:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Pinterest WhatsApp Explosive row erupts in Dáil between Taoiseach & Donegal TD Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Google+ Previous articleBreaking: Firefighters battling major blaze in DerryNext articleTwo more signings arrive at Brandywell News Highland Renewed calls for full-time Garda in Kilmacrennan RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows
Previous Article Next Article More women are becoming managers but they are still concerned over equality,according to research by the Institute of Management. A quarter of managers are now women compared with 9 per cent a decade ago,and one in 10 directors are female. This representation at boardroom level is afive- fold increase from the early 1990s. The report called A Woman’s Place? also shows a third of the 1,500 womensurveyed believe their organisation still discriminates against women managersin terms of pay policy. Nearly half think women still suffer discrimination when it comes topromotion. Mary Chapman, director-general of the Institute of Management, said,”It’s good news that women are using their training and skills to graspopportunities in management. “But many still perceive unacceptable levels of discrimination in payand promotion. Organisations need to tackle these issues head on with transparentreward and promotion procedures based on ability and achievement.” The research shows women in senior management positions are becomingimportant role models. The number of women who cite their female manager as supportive of theircareer has risen from 16 per cent in 1992 to 26 per cent. However, 35 per centstill list the “old boys’ network” as a career barrier – a drop ofeight per cent since 1992 – and 16 per cent still say they are hindered bysexual discrimination – down from nearly a quarter. Over a quarter cite family commitments as a career barrier. Today’s female managers are confident in their abilities and their value inthe workplace, with 56 per cent aspiring to a board level position, says thereport. Many are also becoming the main breadwinners in their families. Just over 40per cent of female executives married or living with a partner bring home themain salary and a further 33 per cent are joint breadwinners. www.inst-mgt.org.ukBy Lisa Bratby Related posts:No related photos. Women take a quarter of management postsOn 25 Sep 2001 in Personnel Today Comments are closed.
Written by June 3, 2020 /Sports News – Local Snow Men’s Basketball Signs CJ Plantin FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailEPHRAIM, Utah-Wednesday, Snow College men’s basketball signed 6-4 guard CJ Plantin per a report on the squad’s Instagram account.Plantin starred at Westside High School of Anderson, S.C., averaging 12.9 points and 9.7 rebounds per game for the Rams last season, helping the squad to a 16-11 record in the 2019-20 season.For his high school career, Plantin averaged 12.7 points and 9.3 rebounds per contest for Westside. Brad James Tags: CJ Plantin