Wynn eyes Au$10bn takeover of Crown Resorts Casino & games Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 9th April 2019 | By contenteditor Topics: Casino & games Finance Strategy AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Las Vegas-based casino operator Wynn Resorts has opened talks with Crown Resorts over a possible acquisition of the Australian gaming operator.Crown has said the proposed offer is worth Aus$14.75 a share, valuing the entire Crown business at around Aus$10bn (£5.47bn/€6.34bn/US$7.15bn).The acquisition cost would be made up of 50% cash and 50% Wynn shares, but the terms of the deal are yet to be finalised as the two operators engage in discussions.Crown, the owner of Betfair Australia, has said that the proposal is subject to a number of conditions including due diligence, Wynn securing the necessary regulatory approvals and also a recommendation by the Crown Board.The Australian operator has also said the proposal is preliminary, confidential, non-binding and indicative, with talks at a preliminary stage and no certainty that these discussions will result in a transaction.Wynn has repeated much of these comments in a statement of its own, saying that is does not intend to comment further on the potential transaction with Crown unless required to do so by law.Crown shares were up by 20% to Aus$14.05 at close today (April 9).In February, Crown revealed a huge drop in its online figures following the sale of its CrownBet brand to William Hill’s Australian business in April of last year. Total revenue during the six months to December 31 from its Crown Digital division was down 65.6% year-on-year to Aus$65.9m.Crown’s digital division is a small part of its overall operation, which is primarily focused on its casino resorts in major cities across Australia and its Aspinall’s venue in London, but the operator also saw revenue decline elsewhere during the period.Australian resorts normalised revenue was at Aus$1.54bn, down 1.2% year-on-year, and while main floor gaming revenue was up by 0.9% to Aus$867.7m, VIP program play slipped 12.2% to Aus$19.9m. Regions: Oceania Australia Las Vegas-based casino operator Wynn Resorts has opened talks with Crown Resorts over a possible acquisition of the Australian gaming operator. The proposed offer is worth Aus$14.75 a share, valuing Crown at around Aus$10bn. Email Address
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RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Cricket TAGSInternational Olympic CommitteeOlympics cost to be cutSports BusinessTokyo 2020TOKYO OLYMPICSTokyo Olympics Costs SHARE Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Latest Sports News WI vs SA 2nd Test Day 3 Live: Start delayed due to wet outfield, SA lead by 149 runs – Follow Live Updates Cricket Euro 2020 LIVE broadcast in more than 200 countries, check how you can watch Live Streaming of EURO 2020 in your country Football Tokyo Olympics : Organizers declares costs will be cut by $280MnThe 2020 Games were pushed back a year as the deadly new disease spread around the globe, and are now set to open on July 23, 2021.But the delay has thrown up a plethora of new costs, from re-booking venues and transport to retaining a huge organising committee staff.With many countries experiencing second or even third waves of infection, there have been doubts about whether the event can be staged, but organisers and Olympic officials insist it can be done safely.“We’re aware some people are of the opinion that it should be cancelled,” Tokyo 2020 CEO Toshiro Muto said Wednesday.“But if we’re not able to overcome Covid-19, is there anything positive about the situation? I think we can all agree that this is not a desirable situation.”Organisers and officials are considering a long list of possible virus countermeasures that they hope will make it possible to hold the Games, even if a vaccine is not available.But enthusiasm for the Games appears to have waned in Japan, with polls over the summer finding just one in four Japanese people wanted to see them happen, and most backing either a further postponement or outright cancellation.Muto acknowledged the importance of public support for the event.“It’s not our intention to hold the Games without gaining understanding” of people in Japan, he said.If held at all, the final shape of the Games remains unclear, with questions including whether spectators will be allowed — including foreign visitors — yet to be resolved. 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203 total views, 3 views today Photos: The pictures show five groups who benefitted from the Aviva Community Fund in 2015. www.aviva.co.uk/community-fund. #CommunitySpirit. All pictures © 2016 Martin Parr @ DMB, Magnum Photos. Aviva launches 2016 Aviva Community Fund with photographer Martin Parr AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis18 Tagged with: community foundations competition Funding Advertisement Melanie May | 15 September 2016 | News Aviva has launched its 2016 Aviva Community Fund, which offers support and funding to local communities, with the support of photographer Martin Parr.Now in its second year, it invites members of the local community to submit an idea that will make a difference to a local group or charity they are passionate about, with the chance to secure funding ranging from up to £1,000 – £25,000.This year’s launch comes after new research by Aviva revealed that almost half (47%) of Britons believe a lack of investment for local organisations is a real concern for their community’s wellbeing.The inaugural Aviva Community Fund in 2015 saw over 3,321 local groups enter the competition with over 430 awarded funding last August. Entries for this year can be submitted at www.aviva.co.uk/community-fund, with winners awarded funding in January 2017. To mark the 2016 launch, Aviva has collaborated with Martin Parr, to unveil a new collection of images that offer his perspective on British community life in 2016. Community Spirit – a digital exhibition by Martin Parr provides a chronicle of modern-day communities across the UK, bringing to life the work done by local groups across the UK, with those featured all awarded funding by Aviva last year.To help local groups write their entries and publicise their cause, an online toolkit has been created featuring guides by members of the ACF (Aviva Community Fund) Team, including Parr who offers hints and tips on how to tell a compelling story through photography.Lindsay Forster, UK and Ireland customer marketing director at Aviva, said:“The online exhibition by Martin Parr provides a glimpse into the often unseen, always inspiring work of community groups. As our research shows, almost half of Britons believe that a lack of funding for local community organisations is a real concern for community wellbeing. Through the Aviva Community Fund, we want to help support and strengthen local groups, and encourage positive changes in local communities across the country.” 204 total views, 4 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis18 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.
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. Tagged with: Research / statistics Volunteering Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis35 57% of Brits don’t volunteer – but 33% would like to, survey shows 57% of people in the UK don’t participate in any form of volunteer or charity work but 33% say they would like to, according to Foresters Friendly Society research.The research highlighted a number of reasons for the lack of volunteering, with 35% citing parental duties as the biggest barrier, while 13% are concerned about their lack of experience volunteering, and 10% are worried about affording associated costs.In addition, 21% believe supporting local communities is down to the government, not volunteers.However, 33% said they would like to give up their free time this year.Foresters Friendly Society also found that the most common way for UK adults to volunteer is to act as a carer for elderly or sick family members, followed by childminding, and dog walking.A third (32%) volunteer alone, while two thirds (68%) participate in these activities with others, most commonly family (30%) or friends (27%).It has launched its Unsung Heroes campaign to reward someone who gives back to their local community. With a deadline of 7 June, Foresters Friendly Society is asking for nominations with a grand prize of a Virgin Experience Day worth £2,000.Myles Edwards, Membership Director for Foresters Friendly Society said:“We have launched the Unsung Heroes campaign to bring further awareness to those selfless individuals who put others before themselves daily and actively contribute to their local communities. In launching our campaign, we hope others will feel inspired to give back, whether that’s spending time to help clean up your local town, or even just getting in touch with those who might feel lonely. We encourage our members and the public to show their appreciation for our real-life heroes whose identity, for the time being, might be unknown.” 287 total views, 2 views today 288 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis35 Melanie May | 30 May 2019 | News
February 16, 2021 Find out more Democratic Republic of CongoAfrica Congolese reporter wounded by gunshot while covering protest in Goma Follow the news on Democratic Republic of Congo RSF_en February 24, 2021 Find out more Democratic Republic of CongoAfrica Help by sharing this information Reporter jailed in DRC for allegedly defaming parliamentarian Receive email alerts News Organisation News News Reporters Without Borders learned with huge relief of the release today of Robert Shemahamba, director of Radio-Télévision Communautaire Mitumba (RTCM), broadcasting in Uvira in Sud-Kivu province. He had been held in custody by the National Intelligence Agency (ANR) since 17 December and was transferred on 24 December from Uvira to Bukavu.”I thank God and all those who lobbied for my release. The ten days in detention were a nightmare. In Uvira, I was put in a cell without any light. The conditions were poor and I had to protest and I was then transferred to Bukavu after a week. I think I will recover here for a while before going back to Uvira”, Shemahamba told Reporters Without Borders.Meanwhile, there is continuing uncertainty about the fate of another journalist, Dominique Kalonzo, correspondent in Uvira for privately-owned Radio Maendeleo, based in Bukavu. The journalist is being sought by the ANR in connection with the same case as Robert Shemahamba. After going into hiding for a week, he was reportedly involved in an altercation in Uvira yesterday with ANR agents sent to arrest him. He was injured and taken to a health centre in the city. According to information obtained by Journalist in danger (JED), a partner organisation of Reporters Without Borders in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kalonzo left the hospital in the company of two individuals who came to visit him. Nothing has been heard of him since. Neither his family nor his colleagues know if he has been abducted or is in hiding. ——————————————23.12.2010- Will journalist Robert Shemahamba have to spend Christmas in an intelligence service cell? Reporters Without Borders today strongly condemned the arbitrary imprisonment, since 17 December, of Robert Shemahamba, director of Radio-Télévision Communautaire Mitumba (RTCM) and correspondent for the Syfia Grands Lacs news agency.The journalist is being held in a cell at the National Intelligence Agency (ANR) in Uvira, Sud-Kivu province in the east of the country. To date, all efforts on the part of the worldwide press freedom organisation to get him released have been unsuccessful. Reporters Without Borders has since 20 December discussed the case several times with the administrator of the Uvira territory, Wabunga Singa, who told us that the journalist would be quickly freed – “in the next few hours”, he said – but this came to nothing. As for the provincial head of the ANR for Sud-Kivu, he is currently in Kinshasa and says he cannot intervene before returning to the east of the country. Since the authorities closest to this case are showing bad faith and inertia, promising to release the journalist but then doing nothing about it, we call on the minister of Communications and the Media, Lambert Mendé Omalanga, as well as the vice-Premier minister and minister of the Interior and Security, Adolphe Lumanu Mulenda Bwana N’Sefu, to take responsibility for the case. Getting this journalist released is urgent, first to put right an injustice done to him for almost a week, but also because his health is deteriorating. According to information gathered by Reporters Without Borders, Shemahamba is in a weakened state and is suffering from diarrhoea. His jailers refuse to allow him any visits or access to medical treatment. The journalist on 12 December presented the programme “Franc parler”’ during which guests criticised a speech to the nation by President Joseph Kabila and the construction of the Uvira stadium, which is being dealt with by the territory’s deputy administrator in charge of finance, Victor Chomachoma, who is suspected of corruption. The following day, Shemahamba was summoned by the high court in Uvira and questioned by the state prosecutor. He was accused by Victor Chomachoma of “insult and contempt of his person and that of the head of state”. He was summoned to the ANR on 17 December and placed in detention there. Journalist Dominique Kalonzo, correspondent in Uvira for privately-owned Radio Maendeleo based in Bukavu, is now being sought by the ANR for taking part in the same programme. He has been living in hiding since 17 December. His house has been searched and is now ringed by intelligence agents who have been threatening to arrest his wife if the journalist does not give himself up. Demonstrations were held last weekend in Uvira calling for the release of Shemahamba but the protestors were brutally dispersed by police. The Sud-Kivu section of the Congolese National Press Union (UNPC) has released a statement deploring the plight of Shemahamba and Kalonzo and calling for the release of the former. Three community radios in Uvira on 20 December started broadcasting special programmes to demonstrate their solidarity with Shemahamba, suspending normal broadcast to play songs with themes related to the journalist’s detention. Uvira journalists are planning a sit-in tomorrow outside the office of the administrator of the territory.Reporters Without Borders offers its support for all these local initiatives which should intensify pressure on those responsible for the journalist’s detention. to go further February 18, 2021 Find out more News Journalist arrested on provincial governor’s orders December 27, 2010 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Journalist Robert Shemahamba released after ten days in custody, another journalist reported missing
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Advertisement Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Twitter NewsLimerick charity CEO appeals for earthquake supportBy John Keogh – May 7, 2015 831 TAGSDavid DaltonlimerickNepal earthquakePlan IrelandRaheen Facebook Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Linkedin Previous article€20 million Limerick social housing projectsNext articleMan critical injured following Limerick assault John Keoghhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Email Print RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The Raheen native is appealing to people in Limerick and Ireland to support the charity’s relief efforts in Nepal, following the 7.8 magnitude earthquake on April 25 that has killed an estimated 7,500 people.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “We have 250 Nepalese staff there, thankfully all 250 of them are ok; we’ve been very lucky. At the moment the main focus is on providing people with shelter. Approximately 350,000 buildings were damaged or destroyed so people are literally in the streets.“We’re also facing into the Monsoon season in about six weeks, so getting people at least covered is a huge priority. The rebuilding operation will take years, so at the moment a lot of our work is on providing tents and shelters,” Mr Dalton told the Limerick Post.He explained that the charity is also working to provide people in the affected areas with adequate water and sanitation, and hot food and cooking facilities.Mr Dalton added that the main focus of the charity’s work is on children, including child protection, and the Nepalese team is assisting in the reunification of families and protecting children from the ongoing problem of child trafficking in Northern India and Nepal.Plan International is also trying to provide children in the affected areas with some normality by opening up schools.“All of the schools in Nepal will be closed until May 15, but in the affected areas the schools have been destroyed. We’re trying to open up educational spaces to get the children back learning, get them back into a routine and spending time with their friends. This is very important as if children miss out on a year of education it can have a detrimental effect,” Mr Dalton said.Anyone wishing to make a donation can go to www.plan.ie, or Freephone 1800 829 829. Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival David Dalton, Plan Ireland CEO, pictured in GuineaDavid Dalton, Plan Ireland CEO, pictured in Guinea LIMERICK man David Dalton, who is CEO of international charity Plan Ireland, says that rebuilding the 350,000 buildings destroyed in the aftermath of the Nepal earthquake “will take years”. WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads WhatsApp Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live
Previous articleELDER: Where’s the common sense in ‘common sense’ gun laws?Next articleUTPB engineering building to be state of the art admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Donna Hartley speaks at a recent Go Red for Women Luncheon event in Amarillo. 2021 SCHOOL HONORS: Permian High School WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest Mixing celebration with information, and fast facts with inspiring stories, the American Heart Association is set to hosts its Permian Basin Go Red for Women Luncheon in Odessa this May.The event is set for May 2 at Odessa Country Club. Donna Hartley is set to be featured as keynote speaker during the event, which will also feature a silent auction, a heart-healthy lunch and more involving the Go Red for Women campaign.“I’m excited,” Hartley said over the phone Monday.The annual event aims to raise awareness toward preventable heart health issues, and raise money for the American Heart Association.Individual tickets are available for $50 at PermianBasinGoRed.heart.org. Group tables and sponsorship opportunities are also available.Hartley is a former Miss Hawaii and actress who has survived cancer and open-heart surgery.“I love to do these because, being a heart survivor, I probably had only two weeks to live or I would’ve had a heart attack,” Hartley said. “So I want other people to become aware, so they check their heart before it gets to that crisis stage.”Hartley said she’s been a part of more than two dozen American Heart Association events.“It’s educational, along with people having a great time, seeing other friends, raising money, being aware, and passing it down from generation to generation to generation,” Hartley said.“It really is a valuable couple of hours. It could save your life, so that’s how valuable it is.”American Heart Association regional communications director Alex Bravata echoed Hartley’s description off the event.“It’s just a good way for women to connect and to learn more about their health,” she said.Bravata said money raised at the event will go toward the American Heart Association’s mission, which she said includes funding research and grants along with awareness-raising ventures.“Our main goal is to raise awareness about women’s heart health, because heart disease does kill one in three women, and I think a lot of people don’t realize that,” Bravata said.“Our goal is really just to raise awareness about heart disease in women, and in men. I think when they come to these events, they can expect some educational advice from speakers, and things like that. And we also want it to be a celebration as far as women coming together.”More Information Foolproof Roasted Pork TenderloinUpside Down Blueberry Pie CheesecakeVirgin Coco MojitoPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay WhatsApp Facebook By admin – April 7, 2018 Local News Go Red for Women Luncheon set for Odessa Twitter Home Local News Go Red for Women Luncheon set for Odessa OC employee of the year always learning ECISD undergoing ‘equity audit’ Pinterest Permian Basin Go Red.Permian Basin Go Red on Facebook.