The National Investment Trust Plc (NITL.mw) listed on the Malawi Stock Exchange under the Investment sector has released it’s 2010 interim results for the half year.For more information about The National Investment Trust Plc (NITL.mw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the The National Investment Trust Plc (NITL.mw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: The National Investment Trust Plc (NITL.mw) 2010 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileThe National Investment Trust Plc (NITL) manages a closed-end fund that invests in a diversified of Malawi Stock Exchange listed shares and unlisted private securities. The principle objective of NITL is to provide a vehicle for the public to participate in equity investment in Malawi. The fund is a product of Malawi’s progressive privatisation policy and provides income and capital growth opportunities for investors. Financial gain from investments are tax free if held for more than a year. NITL manages a portfolio of investments with funds raised by selling units allocated according to the amount invested in the fund. The NITL manages two Unit Trusts; the NITL Local Equity Fund and the NITL Global Opportunities Fund. Both provide favourable middle- to long-term performance with controlled risk and tax-free earnings. The holding company is based in Mauritius. The National Investment Trust Plc (NITL) is listed on the Malawi Stock Exchange
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Community News Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy George Falardeau by Charles NgMr. George Falardeau, long-time community leader and former Senior Vice President of Pasadena’s ArtCenter College of Design, has been appointed Executive Director CEO of Pasadena Community Access Corporation (PCAC).PCAC Board Chair and President Gail Schaper-Gordon announced Mr. Falardeau’s appointment following a nationwide search by the PCAC Board of Directors from more than 100 applicants. The PCAC Board approved Mr. Falardeau’s contract at its regular board meeting Oct. 4, 2016. Mr. Falardeau began his new duties effective October 10, 2016.“We are delighted to have Mr. Falardeau as our next Executive Director CEO,” Schaper-Gordon said.“He’s the right candidate at the right time to help PCAC establish a higher level of visibility within the community and to help increase our fund development capabilities.”Mr. Falardeau brings a wide range of experience to PCAC. As the Senior Vice President, ArtCenter College of Design, he helped the college increase its presence in Pasadena by expanding operations along Raymond Avenue. He is also a former Vice President of NBC-TV in Burbank, California, where he received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Technical Direction and Camera Work—along with 11 other nominations in the same category.“I am honored by the selection and look forward to advancing the goals of Pasadena Media as a champion of free speech and community cable access,” Mr. Falardeau said.He previously served on the PCAC Board of Directors, including time as Board Chair and President. He is the former Board Chair of the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce and currently serves on the Southern California Gas Company Community Advisory Committee. A long-time community member, Mr. Falardeau is also a member of the Pasadena Rotary Club.He attended USC -Managerial Policy Institute, Harvard University-Crisis Leadership, and Orange Coast College. He is a veteran of the United States Coast Guard and a member of the American Legion.About Pasadena MediaPasadena Community Access Corporation (PCAC) dba Pasadena Media is an Operating Company of the City of Pasadena and is a component unit, nonprofit 501(c)3 public benefit corporation recognized under Nonprofit Benefit Corporation Law for charitable purposes. PCAC’s purpose is to promote, coordinate, facilitate, produce and assist public service community programming on behalf of all residents of the City of Pasadena, Calif. for all public and community access channels of Pasadena’s cable telecommunications system and to inform residents of the potential services and benefits of the cable systems. Stay connected to Pasadena Media at www.pasadenamedia.tv; www.facebook.com/pasadenamedia and www.twitter.com/pasadenamedia. Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Top of the News Subscribe faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPasadena Public WorksPasadena Water and PowerCitizen Service CenterPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday 4 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Community News Herbeauty10 Brutally Honest Reasons Why You’re Still SingleHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty8 Yoga Poses To Overcome Stress And AnxietyHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty9 Of The Best Family Friendly Dog BreedsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty8 Easy Exotic Meals Anyone Can MakeHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyHere Is What Scientists Say Will Happen When You Eat AvocadosHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyInstall These Measures To Keep Your Household Safe From Covid19HerbeautyHerbeauty Make a comment Government George Falardeau Hired as New Executive Director CEO of Pasadena Community Access Corporation From STAFF REPORTS Published on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 | 1:56 am EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * First Heatwave Expected Next Week Business News More Cool Stuff Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena
Facebook WhatsApp NewsLocal NewsTest purchase leads to two-day closure and €500 fine for retailerBy admin – March 15, 2012 673 Print Previous articleBloody Sunday 40 years on – ‘Carthaginians’ Next articleGood news on way for Kilmallock area roads admin A TOPAZ filling station in Limerick has been ordered to close its off-licence sales for a period of two days after a test purchase made by an underage girl on behalf of An Garda Siochana, revealed that the shop assistant never asked for ID. Ard Services, with a registered address at Deansgrange Road, Dublin, the company responsible for 113 Topaz sites nationwide, 108 of which are licenced to sell intoxicating liquor, was before the court answering a summons charge after gardai detected the underage purchase on January 21, 2011.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Evidence was given that Sgt McMahon, attached to Mayorstone Garda Station, arranged with an underage minor to purchase six bottles of Heineken at the Caherdavin depot of Topaz, on the Ennis Road.The youth was to meet at a pre- arranged venue and the purchase that was observed by Sergeant McMahon.The court heard that the female store assistant failed to follow the in-house or legal procedures in asking for identification to verify that the purchaser was of age.The defence counsel addressed Judge Aingeal Ni Chonduin, stating that she represented Ard Services and was entering a plea of guilty to the charges contrary to section 31 (2) and (3) of the Intoxicating liquor act 1988 as amended.Ard Services apologised to the court and were very regretful of the situation as it is the policy and practice of the company to look for relevant identification from purchasers of alcohol should they look underage.It was outlined that the company had previously, and since the incident, passed all test purchases and had a clean record.Evidence of the training procedures, as well as the “on screen” till operator prompts that appear during the sale of alcohol, were shown to the court.It was said that the company takes the matter of selling alcohol on its sites very seriously.Ard Services, through its Topaz outlets, is also a member of RRAI, the Responsible Retailers of Alcohol in Ireland, a group set up in 2009 to implement the RRAI voluntary Code of Practice on the display and sale of alcohol products in mixed trading premises.Judge Ni Chonduin heard that the company’s compliance manager was in court to offer evidence and to outline the operator’s normal code of conduct.Counsel for Ard Services said that they take “the sale of alcohol very seriously and are very well aware of the consequences of breaches of legislation”.She added that it is a dismissible offence for an employee to sell alcohol to a minor who is not of age. The court heard that the employee had left the company a few days afterwards.Evidence was also given that the site, and other Topaz sites, had passed subsequent test purchases.Judge Ni Chonduin heard that this was the company’s first offence before the courts for all of its sites nationwide, and added that she did take into account that the company was compliant and fully proactive in preventing the sale of alcohol to minors at any of its sites.Imposing the mandatory closure order for the sale of alcohol, of two days, at the Caherdavin petrol station, Judge Ni Chonduin warned that a second offence would have a mandatory closure order of seven to 30 days, and that would have an effect nationwide.Due to the early plea and the subsequent and normal measures that the company enacts at it’s mixed retail sites, the maximum fine of €3,000 was not imposed and Ard Services was fined €500 and given 30 days to pay. Advertisement Twitter Linkedin Email
Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April NewsFathers stranded as women take kidsBy Bernie English – November 15, 2013 829 Twitter WhatsApp Shannondoc operating but only by appointment TAGSfamily fathers childrenfeatured No vaccines in Limerick yet Previous articleLimerick roots uncovered in new television seriesNext articleUniform change Bernie Englishhttp://www.limerickpost.ieBernie English has been working as a journalist in national and local media for more than thirty years. She worked as a staff journalist with the Irish Press and Evening Press before moving to Clare. She has worked as a freelance for all of the national newspaper titles and a staff journalist in Limerick, helping to launch the Limerick edition of The Evening Echo. Bernie was involved in the launch of The Clare People where she was responsible for business and industry news. MIGRANT mothers who are returning to their own countries because of the recession and Irish women who are emigrating to find work are leaving the fathers of their children without any say in where the children live or whether they will ever see them again.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Limerick family law solicitor, Verena Tarpey, says she is seeing more men desperate to have access to their children or even to stop them being taken to live somewhere else.“But fathers who are not married to the children’s mother have no rights unless they have officially been declared guardians,” she said.Ms Tarpey runs a busy clinic in Limerick city and has had to tell fathers they “don’t have a leg to stand on”.“I have seen three cases like this in the last month. Because of changing financial circumstances, a lot of women who came here to work during the boom are going back. Equally, Irish women who are being forced to emigrate can take the children with them. The father can do nothing about it”.The Limerick organisation ‘Families’ confirmed that the problem is one which they have also encountered.Joe Wallace, chairman of the group, said that fathers “don’t really have any rights, even those who are legally guardians. It creates a huge problem. If the mother wants to leave the country, either for work or for a holiday, the father has no way of knowing if she will come back.“The only thing he can do is get a court order preventing her from taking the children out of the country and that very much depends on the judge at the time”.Mr Wallace said that legislation concerning unmarried fathers “has been introduced piecemeal over the years but has never really been copper fastened”.This entry was posted in News by Bernie English. Bookmark the permalink. Editvia Fathers stranded as women take kids (298) | Limerick Post Newswrite. Print Email Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement Facebook First Irish death from Coronavirus Linkedin Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL
Twitter No vaccines in Limerick yet Murder accused Thomas Martens disliked Jason Corbett – Picture Scott Muthersbaugh Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up NewsCorbett murder trial told of Tom’s dislike for JasonBy Staff Reporter – August 2, 2017 1646 Email Print Brother of slain Jason Corbett writes to US President expressing “dismay” at DA’s plea bargain offer to killers THOMAS Martens hated Jason Corbett, the murder trial of the US father and daughter has been told as the pair deny unlawfully killing the Limerick man in 2015.That was the evidence of a former colleague when she spoke of conversation she had with the retired FBI agent in 2015.Molly Martens and Thomas deny the second degree murder of Jason Corbett (39) on August 2, 2015 as the trial in Lexington hears its second week of gruesome evidence.When jurors at the trial were shown images of the death scene at Jason Corbett’s house in North Carolina some sqeemed while another got sick into a bin.That was the opener for a week of evidence that has described the death of the Limerick man in August 2015 where his second wife and father-in-law both deny unlawfully killing the 39-year-old father of two.During the selection process, potential jurors were told of the gory pictures they would be shown. and for the thrid week, the Lexington court house has been shown and told of a harrowing scene and violent scene.More than a dozen blows to his head, skull fragments, inconsistent blood spatters, shielding Jason’s children from the scene and gruesome patholgy reports have all been outlined in the State Prosecution case who say that Molly and her retired FBI agent father used excessive force to slay the Limerick man.They both deny second degree murder charges in connection with the death of Jason on August 2, 2015, at his home in Wallburg, North Carolina. They have claimed self defence. Molly said that Jason was trying to strangle her, but the court was told that the former model did not have any injuries. Neither did her 66-year-old father. Jason’s naked body was found unresponsive in his bedroom where he had seemed to suffer post mortem injuries in a blow to the head.Investigating police said that they did not pursue these claims but the defence entered a picture of Mr Corbett’s hand with one starnd of hair in it. This was not forensically analysed.Last week, the jury was shown a Louisville Slugger aluminium baseball bat and cement paver by the prosecuting officer. Clothing, with DNA evidence of blood, and interior pictures of the house as well as ones of Ms Martens outside were also shown to the court. One Tuesday, evidence was given of blood spatters on the walls of Jason’s house.Expert witness and analyst Stuart James outlined that Jason Corbett’s bloodied head hit the wall in a decending manner as a 24 inch blood stain was present in the bdroom.He also noted indentations on the wall as well as blood spatters on a hoover as well as on the walls from Jason’s last breaths.In other evidence, a former colleague of Tom Martens told the trial that it was common knowledge that Molly’s father had a dislike for Jason.Follwoing legal arguement, Joann Lowry, who worked with him at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Knoxville, Tennessee, gave evidence of a conversation she had with Tom Martens where he allegedly said “That son-in-law, I hate him.”She added that Tom Martens said he wasn’t fond of Jason or the 2011 Irish wedding guests.Ms Lowry believed it was “common knowledge” that Mr Martens disliked Jason Corbett, as the judge urged this evidence was only relevant to the retired FBI agent and not Molly. The trial continues and is expected to hear from Jason’s sister Tracey Lynch.See more news here. Previous articleArt project after Paul HenryNext articleGardaí investigating riverbank ‘flasher’ Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Linkedin Facebook Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April TAGSfeaturedJason CorbettMolly martensThomas Martens RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Murder accused Thomas Martens disliked Jason Corbett – Picture Scott Muthersbaugh Jason Corbett killers, Molly and Tom Martens may be freed on bail tomorrow as they consider manslaughter plea bargain deal Family of Jason Corbett “devastated” after receiving “bombshell” news his killers will get bail after being offered “manslaughter” plea deal Advertisement WhatsApp Shannondoc operating but only by appointment
LifestyleArtsLimerickNewsLocal Limerick Artists Taking Part in Incognito 2021 Online Art Sale in aid of the Jack & Jill Children’s FoundationBy Sarah Carr – April 2, 2021 306 Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live How Incognito Works:1. Register online in advance of the online sale on Thursday April 22 at www.incognito.ie – with the sale likely to sell out in minutes, it will save precious time in your sprint to the checkout on the day.2. Browse the collection of 3,000-plus postcard artworks, each numbered without artists’ names identified.3. Note down details of the artworks you wish to purchase for your wish list.4. Be ready to go online on Thursday April 22 at 10am sharp when the sale goes live and choose your selected artworks.5. Once your purchase is successful, let the suspense begin for your chosen piece of art to arrive in the post!Full details on the purchase process can be found at www.incognito.ie WhatsApp For more information on Incognito 2021, visit www.incognito.ie or follow us on Instagram @jackandjillcf, on Twitter @jackandjillcf, and on Facebook @2021Incognito, using the hashtag #Incognito21For more information on the vital work of the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation, visit www.jackandjill.ie. Advertisement Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Pictured is Castleconnell artist, Clare Hartigan, one of more than 1,200 artists taking part in this year’s Incognito online art sale in which the identity of the artists behind 3,000 pieces of original art is kept top secret until the sale closes. The sale, in aid of the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation and its in-home nursing care for very sick children, goes live on Thursday April 22 at 10am. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleMunster v Toulouse: Last Five Champions Cup ClashesNext articleThe O’Malley’s will play a live gig at your place this weekend Sarah Carrhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Linkedin Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Print Works of ArtFor curator Lucinda Hall, Incognito 2021 is an opportunity to bring the talents of Limerick artists to a brand-new audience:“We are so very grateful to each of our artists from Limerick who have shared their talents with us and given their art for free. It is a huge tribute to their generosity of time and spirit following what has been an extremely difficult period for the arts world. We hope that by hosting what is Ireland’s largest online public art exhibition, that we can shine a light on the amazing talent of our artists, and introduce a whole new audience to their work.”For Carmel Doyle, CEO of the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation, Incognito 2021 is about generous, talented artists turning their art into a real currency for care:“Each year, Jack & Jill has to raise over €4 million to continue doing what we do supporting families to look after their sick children at home, where they belong. Less than 20 per cent of our funding comes from Government, and with COVID-19 continuing to restrict our public-facing fundraising and our charity shops still closed, we are relying hugely on the generosity and support of the public for Incognito 2021.31st March 2021 no fee for reproOne of the postcard-sized artworks in this year’s Incognito online art sale in which the identity of the artists behind the 3,000 pieces of original art is kept top secret until the sale closes. The sale, in aid of the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation and its in-home nursing care for very sick children, goes live on Thursday April 22 at 10am. Visit www.incognito.ie“Each piece sold translates into almost four hours of specialist home nursing care for local children, turning this beautiful art into a real currency for care.” Twitter WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads 31st March 2021 no fee for reproOne of the postcard-sized artworks in this year’s Incognito online art sale in which the identity of the artists behind the 3,000 pieces of original art is kept top secret until the sale closes. The sale, in aid of the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation and its in-home nursing care for very sick children, goes live on Thursday April 22 at 10am. Visit www.incognito.ie TAGSClare HartiganJack and Jill foundationKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostLucinda Hall Email IT has been revealed that a total of 22 artists from Co. Limerick are among the Who’s Who of Irish and international artists taking part in this year’s Incognito 2021 online art sale in aid of the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation.The Incognito art collection is now live at www.incognito.ie with the online art sale taking place on Thursday April 22 at 10am sharp.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up What’s so incredibly fun and exciting about Incognito compared with any other art sale is that the identity of the artists behind the paintings – for sale at €60 each – is kept top secret until the sale has closed.Down to a Fine ArtThe Incognito collection is made up of 3,000-plus original postcard-sized artworks in a range of mediums, from oils and pastels, to glass and metalwork, in a sale that is usually a sprint to the checkout. Everything sold out last year in just 15 minutes!Among the Limerick artists taking part are Clare Hartigan from Castleconnell, Mary Sadlier from Crecora, Alison Barry from Kildimo, and Jackie O’Mahony Crowe and Gillian Jonker from Limerick city. Some of the famous national and international faces taking part this year are U2’s The Edge, rock star Bob Geldof, fashion designer Paul Costelloe, comedians Jason Byrne and Tommy Tiernan, artist Don Conroy and Nobel prize winner Dr William Campbell.So, whether you’re an art collector or a bargain hunter, there’s something for everyone at Incognito 2021.In the five years since its inception, Incognito has raised almost €450,000 for Jack & Jill’s home nursing care for children with highly complex medical conditions, including end-of-life care. This equates to more than 28,000 hours of specialist home nursing care provided by Jack & Jill nurses and carers the length and breadth of the country. Facebook
Twitter Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also Letterkenny Town Council is to erect signs advising motorists of lane changes on the Circular Road approach to the Hospital Roundabout. Previously, traffic travelling down De Valera Road used the outside lane, but now, De Valrea Road traffic is being directed into the inside lane, with the outtside lane just being used for traffic heading up the Kilmacrennan Road.The changes have been introduced within the past fortnight, with some questions raised about the lack of advance notice.Cllr Jimmy Kavanagh says the change is being made permanent, and the council is committed to erecting better signage……..[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/jimyk1pm.mp3[/podcast] Google+ Pinterest Google+ Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Letterkenny council to erect new signs on approach to hospital roundabout Previous articlePaul Hannigan rejects figures showing he earns more than the TaoiseachNext articleProtest held outside Bank of Ireland in Letterkenny News Highland LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton By News Highland – November 18, 2011 Newsx Adverts WhatsApp Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Facebook
Leopard seals are regular winter visitors to Bird Island, South Georgia, where they mostly prey on fur seals and penguins, and to a lesser extent on Antarctic krill and fish. Leopard seals can exploit many different species, but there are no records of predation on flying shorebirds in the wild. On 4 October 2008, an individually identified juvenile leopard seal female was observed killing and eating a South Georgia Pintail duck. It also preyed on Antarctic fur seals and gentoo and macaroni penguins during its 2-month temporary residency around the island. The varied diet of this seal exemplifies the generalist prey utilization typical of its species. Long-term diet studies at Bird Island and the published record suggest that predation on ducks is a rather exceptional finding; individual ducks are more likely to escape leopard seal attacks than penguins and provide a far less substantial ration. This note documents the first observation of this species of duck in the diet of leopard seals.