Belle Mare Holding Ltd (BMHL.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Tourism sector has released it’s 2014 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about Belle Mare Holding Ltd (BMHL.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Belle Mare Holding Ltd (BMHL.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Belle Mare Holding Ltd (BMHL.mu) 2014 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileBelle Mare Holding Limited is a Mauritian investment company that engages in the commercial and property sectors. The company invests in ventures such as hotels and leisure, banks and insurance firms, as well as agriculture and exports. Belle Mare Holding Limited is headquartered in Port Louis, Mauritius. Belle Mare Holding Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
Ikeja Hotel Plc (IKEJAH.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Tourism sector has released it’s 2015 interim results for the half year.For more information about Ikeja Hotel Plc (IKEJAH.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Ikeja Hotel Plc (IKEJAH.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Ikeja Hotel Plc (IKEJAH.ng) 2015 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileIkeja Hotel Plc is a hotel development and management company with direct or indirect ownership of Sheraton Lagos Hotel, Sheraton Abuja Hotel and Federal Palace Hotels & Casino. The company targets the leisure, business and convention markets in Opebi, Ikeja and Lagos. Sheraton Lagos Hotel has 340 guest rooms and an impressive array of conferencing and recreational facilities, making it one of the largest hotels in Nigeria. Sheraton Abuja Hotel has 575 rooms and conference, restaurants and recreational facilities. Sun International’s Federal Palace Hotel & Casino is a luxury 5-star hotel conveniently located in the heart of Victoria Island’s commercial district and boasts luxury accommodation, a casino, conference facilities and an array of restaurants, bars and recreational facilities. Established in 1972 and formerly known as Properties Development Limited, the company changed its name to Ikeja Hotel Limited in 1980. The company’s head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Ikeja Hotel Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Rector Belleville, IL AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis The Rt. Rev. Robert Estill at the Diocese of North Carolina’s 201st Annual Convention. Photo: Diocese of North Carolina[Diocese of North Carolina] The Rt. Rev. Robert Whitridge Estill, the ninth bishop of North Carolina, died on Oct. 9 in Raleigh, North Carolina, surrounded by his family.Born Sept. 7, 1927, in Lexington, Kentucky, to parents Robert and Elizabeth, Estill witnessed nine decades of history. He put his time to excellent use and was a talented raconteur, always ready with a story about one of his adventures to regale friends and strangers alike. An advocate for those marginalized by the church, Estill served his beloved Episcopal Church with vision and warmth.“Bishop Estill was an exemplary leader who always lived fully and faithfully into his vocation as a servant of God and of God’s people,” the Rt. Rev. Sam Rodman, bishop of the Diocese of North Carolina, said. “He was a man of character who also had a gift for caricature. His cartoons captured the human foibles we all share, as well as a delight in the ways we live and love imperfectly, as agents of God’s grace. Bishop Estill’s humor was never more disarming than when he turned it on himself, which he often did.”“Bob Estill had the strength of prophetic leadership wrapped in the old-fashioned charms of a Southern gentleman,” the Rt. Rev. Anne Hodges-Copple, bishop suffragan of the Diocese of North Carolina, said. “He took his role as defender of the faith seriously while also taking himself and the politics of the church lightly. He had a wicked sense of humor that could zing as well as disarm. Best of all was that he could laugh at himself while remaining steadfast in serving God and the church.”After receiving his Bachelor of Arts at the University of Kentucky in 1949, Estill went on to earn his Bachelor of Divinity at Episcopal Divinity School in 1952 and later in life his Master of Sacred Theology (1960), Doctor of Ministry (1979) and Doctor of Divinity (1984) from Sewanee, the University of the South. He was ordained to the diaconate and the priesthood in 1952 by the Rt. Rev. William R. Moody, bishop of Lexington. On June 17, 1950, Estill wed Joyce Haynes, with whom he would share a 69-year marriage.Estill’s service to the church began in his native Kentucky, where he served at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Middlesboro (1952-1955), Christ Church in Lexington (1955-1963) and Christ Church Cathedral in Louisville (1964-1969). He then served in the D.C. area for several years as the rector of St. Alban’s Parish (1969-1973) and a faculty member at Virginia Theological Seminary (1971-1976) before moving to Dallas, Texas, to serve as the rector of St. Michael’s and All Angels (1976-1980). From there he was elected bishop coadjutor of the Diocese of North Carolina in 1980. He succeeded the Rt. Rev. Thomas Fraser as the ninth bishop of North Carolina on Jan. 27, 1983, when he was consecrated by the Most Rev. John M. Allen. He served as bishop until his retirement in 1994.As bishop, Estill sought to deepen and extend the ordained ministry of the church through a commitment to clergy continuing education, active encouragement of aspirants for Holy Orders, support for the ordination of women and the revival of the diaconate in this diocese. At the time of his retirement in 1994, he could look with justifiable satisfaction at the growth during his episcopate in the number of clergy resident in the diocese, including an additional 50 female clergy and 22 deacons.“When Estill was still a priest in the Diocese of Dallas, he was an early and often lonely voice in support of women in lay and ordained ministry,” Hodges-Copple said. “He licensed my mother to be a lay chalice bearer at the Episcopal School of Dallas, a bold move in the early eighties that caused some to resign from the board of trustees. I chose to do my discernment process in the Diocese of North Carolina because I knew under Bishop Estill’s leadership I could just be my full and honest self without needing to defend women’s equality in general.”Estill also sought to strengthen diocesan institutions and to honor long-standing mission commitments. He was a strong proponent of youth, campus and social ministries. A capital campaign conducted in the 1980s enabled the diocese to expand the facilities of the Camp & Conference Center.In addition to his service to The Episcopal Church as priest and bishop, Estill also served as the chair of the Kentucky Human Rights Commission for 31 years and on the board of trustees of General Theological Seminary. He taught at Duke Divinity School, presided over the North Carolina Council of Churches, and chaired the Episcopal Church Board of Theological Education and the board of Kanuga Camp and Conference Center. He was also the author of “The Sun Shines Bright,” a memoir published in 2017.“There was a graciousness to him that made one feel as though there was room to be yourself in his presence, a generous spirit that always left me feeling more sure of God’s love,” Rodman said. “In addition to our occasional visits, it was a great gift, recently, to be invited to celebrate with him a Sunday service that he offered faithfully once a month to the residents of Cypress Residential Community, where he and Joyce made their home. His devotion to God and to God’s people was his constant focus, and in this he embodied what it means to be faithful.”Estill is survived by his wife, Joyce, their three children, Helen Estill Foote, Robert W. Estill, Jr. and Elizabeth Estill Robertson, six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.Funeral services will be held on Saturday, Oct. 19 at 11 a.m. in the sanctuary of Christ Church, 120 E. Edenton St., Raleigh, NC.Correction: An earlier version of this obituary included an error in the list of churches where Estill served. Rector Shreveport, LA Obituary Featured Events TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab Tags Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Rector Bath, NC Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI Submit an Event Listing Rector Knoxville, TN Rector Hopkinsville, KY Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH RIP: Robert Estill, ninth bishop of North Carolina, dies at 92 Director of Music Morristown, NJ This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 Press Release Service Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Featured Jobs & Calls Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Submit a Press Release Rector Smithfield, NC Posted Oct 14, 2019 Rector Tampa, FL Rector Collierville, TN The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Rector Martinsville, VA New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group Curate Diocese of Nebraska Submit a Job Listing Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Rector Washington, DC Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. 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Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here A multi-million-dollar tax package approved by the House Ways & Means Committee on Friday includes everything from a “Freedom Week” sales tax holiday and a big batch of sales tax exemptions — but no exemption for diapers.What’s considered the family-friendly state House didn’t want to include diapers in the mix of items that exempt state sales taxes in certain periods in Florida. (The exemptions also can include county discretionary sales surtaxes.)What’s up with diapers?For the proposed 2021-22 sales tax exemptions, diapers became a discussion when Orlando State Rep. Anna Eskamani, a Democrat, tried to include the baby item into the major tax package, by proposing a short amendment.Anyone who has had a baby, or has had to change a baby’s bottom, would know that diapers are essential and costly for moms and dads and particularly for low-income families. “The need is really there,” said Eskamani. She added that adult diapers would be included as well.State Rep. Bobby Payne, chair of the Ways & Means Committee, suggested that a diaper sales tax exemption could be included in a separate piece of legislation in the future.And in the end, Eskamani withdrew her amendment, saying she didn’t want to force a vote on the issue at this time. Eskamani is the ranking Democrat on the committee.Meanwhile, the committee voted 15 to 1 on the massive package, with only Eskamani in opposition. The full House and Senate, and ultimately, Gov. Ron DeSantis, would have to approve the package for it to become law.Some of the State tax holidays proposed for 2021The package includes several sales tax holidays, such as a seven-day “back to school” holiday from August 6 through 12 — an exemption for items $60 or less for items ranging from clothing and footwear to wallets and handbags, as well as school supplies that cost $15 or less per item, according to the House analysis on the tax package.A “disaster preparedness” sales tax holiday” would go from May 28 through June 3, 2021. The sales exemptions in that category include items such as a portable self-powered radio or a gas or diesel fuel tank.A “freedom week” sales tax holiday would go from July 1 through 7, allowing sales tax exemptions for admissions and recreational activities such as live music and sporting events.That’s just some of the sales tax exemptions. The House analysis calculates that the estimated tax exemptions will cost at least $100-million, based on state and local figures. Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate TAGSback-to-schoolBusinessDatesDisaster PreparednessFlorida LegislatureFlorida PhoenixFreedomState Sales TaxTax Exemption Holidays Previous article6 ways recent college graduates can enhance their online job searchNext articleIn case you missed it: The Apopka news week in review Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 The Anatomy of Fear Please enter your name here LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Photo by Nathan Dumlao Please enter your comment! State tax exempt holidays in 2021 would include, if approved: “Back to School” week in August, “Freedom” week in July, and “Disaster Preparedness” in May-JuneBy Diane Rado, Florida Phoenix
Save this picture!Courtesy of LEVEL Architects+ 14 Share Houses House in Oimachi / LEVEL ArchitectsSave this projectSaveHouse in Oimachi / LEVEL Architects Japan “COPY” Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/154461/house-in-oimachi-level-architects Clipboard House in Oimachi / LEVEL Architects “COPY” CopyHouses•Japan Architects: LEVEL Architects Area Area of this architecture project ArchDaily Year: Area: 338 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/154461/house-in-oimachi-level-architects Clipboard Text description provided by the architects. This project is a narrow house with a width of 3.6-meters and a depth of 11.7-meters. Because the width is very narrow, one of the main goal of this project was to maximize the interior space. Since privacy is a high priority of the project, a courtyard was designed in the center of the building, allowing daylight to filter in while ensuring privacy. Save this picture!Courtesy of LEVEL ArchitectsThe loft, the bedroom and the bathroom of the 3rd floor are set around this courtyard, providing each with light and breeze from outside. Save this picture!Courtesy of LEVEL ArchitectsBy operating the air volume, there are four layers in the north including the loft. By setting both the high ceiling of the living room and the low ceiling of the loft to the same floor, the courtyard is set between, creating a more spacious atmosphere. Save this picture!Courtesy of LEVEL ArchitectsDespite new developments in the neighborhood, the hung courtyard will remain unchanged, giving daylight and a comfortable breeze all the while.Project gallerySee allShow lessHalden Prison / Erik Møller Arkitekter + HLM arkitektur – The Most Humane Prison in …ArticlesAD Round Up: Best from Flickr Part LIIArticles Share 2010 CopyAbout this officeLEVEL ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHousesJapanPublished on July 29, 2011Cite: “House in Oimachi / LEVEL Architects” 29 Jul 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021.
Taken from a Nov. 8 audio column on prisonradio.org.An American president loses his hard-fought reelection bid, and within moments, the streets are full of people, who are beyond exultant: they are singing, they are dancing – dancing in the streets!I’ve never seen such a thing, nor was it expected.The end of the Trump regime was within sight and people in Philadelphia, New York City, Wilmington, Del., in San Francisco — and right outside the White House in Washington, D.C. — exploded into the streets, expressing paroxysms of purest joy.What could it mean?I think it reflected the heaviness of state repression, the aura of threat and intimidation being lifted, and the psyche sought expression.People felt like they could breathe again, sing again, and even dance again.As soon as I saw it, I thought of the song “Dancing in the Streets” by Martha [Reeves] and the Vandellas, a song popular in the ‘60s.“Dancing in the streets!”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Home Indiana Agriculture News Is Indiana Agriculture Ready for Climate Change? Facebook Twitter Speaking at the Governor’s Conference on Agriculture last week, Page said that, along with problems that climate change will bring, there are new opportunities for agriculture, “At Cargill, we have people growing us corn in hot dry regions of the world. We can bring that kind of production to the Midwest if needed.” He noted, if the weather changes the way some predict, farmers in Indiana will be able to grow crops year round and even grow new varieties, “It is not about inventing new technologies, but adapting and relocating current technologies to new areas if the weather changes.” In addition, he said areas in Northern Canada that have not been good for row crop production could bring millions of new acres into canola and other grain production. Greg_Page_But Greg Page, head of Cargill, one of the largest food companies in the world, says American farmers have the technology to adapt to climate change. “We already have much of what we need in place,” said Page. “We have the scientific base in place, and we have the University and Extension systems in place and focused on this issue.” He told HAT what we need to avoid is slowing down our efforts, “If weather extremes become more prevalent, we need to make sure our research is ready.” He said it is not about acquiring a new skill or technology, but about accelerating what we already have. Is Indiana Agriculture Ready for Climate Change? Previous articleClosing CommentsNext articleSouthern Indiana Pork Conference set for Jasper Gary Truitt In this State of the Union message, President Obama raised the issue of Climate Change and said America must take action to prepare for weather changes in the future. Is Indiana agriculture ready to adjust to the weather changes that may be coming? One expert says “Yes.” SHARE On Thursday, EPA administrator Gina McCarthy will hold a press conference in Aspen, CO to draw attention to the economic impact of weather extremes. Extremes she says are coming as a result of climate change. Colders winter and hotter summers, the experts say, will wreak devastation on US food production, especially here in the Midwest. Is Indiana Agriculture Ready for Climate Change? Page said agriculture needs to approach climate change in a balanced and scientific manner, “The idea that all change is bad change is not a take away people should have.” He said there are plenty of reasons to believe that we can adapt to whatever change might be coming. Facebook Twitter By Gary Truitt – Jan 21, 2015 SHARE In addition, the EPA is currently proposing regulations that would significantly raise the cost of energy in Indiana. Governor Pence has vowed to fight that kind of reaction to climate change, “The State of Indiana is going to stay in the forefront of fighting for common sense regulatory policies that protect farmers and agribusiness.”
Kayley Ryan Twitter Kayley Ryanhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/kayley-ryan/ Facebook Kayley Ryanhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/kayley-ryan/ Kayley Ryanhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/kayley-ryan/ Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Dr. Arthur Ehlmann holds a meteorite from the Oscar E. Monnig Meteorite Collection he curated. (Photo by Kayley Ryan) City to approve Westcliff rezoning, tackle loopholes that allow “stealth dorms” “So what do I actually do, since I am assumed for the moment to be an ‘aging expert’?” Ehlmann wrote in the September issue of the TCU RA newsletter. “It’s the TCU recreation workout every MWF followed by bicycling around the campus for another hour. For relaxing, I sit in my ‘Archie Bunker Chair’ and resort to TV to listen to ‘Music Choice Easy Listening,’ which has all the old favorites before music went crazy (OK, modern).”The family asks that memorial gifts be sent to the Arthur J. Ehlmann Scholarship fund, TCU Box 297044, Fort Worth, TX, 76129. $800 million bond looks to expand JPS medical and behavioral health facilities Fort Worth recognized for growing music scene + posts ReddIt Kayley Ryan https://www.tcu360.com/author/kayley-ryan/ Linkedin Facebook ReddIt Twitter World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Previous articleTCU Women’s Cross Country Sixth in Preseason RankingsNext articleThrowback Thursday: TCU Trivia Kayley Ryan RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR printAn emeritus geology professor was remembered at a memorial service and recption where flowers were cast aside for rocks. Dr. Arthur Ehlmann, 89, died unexpectedly Aug. 19, after having spent the morning looking at a new meteorite, Dr. Ken Morgan wrote in an obituary for the Star-Telegram. Ehlmann taught geology students at TCU for 45 years before retiring in 1993. In 1977, Ehlmann was awarded Honors Professor of the Year.His pursuit of education didn’t end at retirement. He continued working as a volunteer curator for the Oscar E. Monnig Meteorite Collection. Ehlmann helped bring the collection to TCU through his longtime friendship with Monnig. He also acted as a mentor for students as an emeritus professor.Family and friends sign a picture of Ehlmann at the reception following the memorial on Monday. (Photo by Kayley Ryan)Former students established the Arthur J. Ehlmann Scholarship to honor his impact on their lives.Denise Stone was the only former student to speak at Ehlmann’s memorial. She said she took his freshman geology class—and liked it so much she changed her major to geology.“He had a true gift for educating people…fighting superstition and ignorance,” Stone said.Stone spoke about Ehlmann’s no-nonsense teaching style, drawing laughter from memorial attendees.“He hated the question ‘is that going to be on the test?’” Stone said. “He told his students, ‘People that want to be educated soak up all kinds of knowledge, whether it’s on a test or not.’”1986 TCU alumnus Keith Albright said Ehlmann was an inspiration to him, especially on geology field trips when Ehlmann would pull a van full of students to a halt in the middle of the wilderness.Rocks decorated the reception area where memorial attendees gathered at the Oscar E. Monnig Meteorite Collection. (Photo by Kayley Ryan)“‘What is it? Describe it,’” Ehlman would say as he pointed to a rocky outcropping and asked his students to identify it.“He really set the bar in each person he dealt with to make them the best they could be,” Albright said. “I’m just happy to have known him.”Colleagues and students alike characterized Ehlmann as, “the king of geology,” pointing to Ehlmann’s lifelong pursuit of education in his field.“He gave 60 years of his life,” Morgan said about Ehlmann’s time as a professor, department chair and emeritus professor at TCU. “I mean, who does that?”Ehlmann’s work ethic was contagious, Morgan said.“He made me want to come to work every single day,” he said.Dr. Leo Newland, also an emeritus professor at TCU, knew Ehlmann for 49 years.Newland, Ehlmann and chemistry professor Dr. Bill Koehler were close friends throughout their time at TCU. Newland said Ehlmann’s plainspoken nature drew Koehler and Newland to him.“I hope they remember him just for the very honest and straightforward person that he was,” Newland said. “He was a very giving person and would do anything to help you if you were sincere.”But Ehlmann wasn’t all business. When not studying rocks, he rode his bike around campus, listened to music and reread novels, according to an article he wrote for the TCU Retirees Association’s newsletter. 10th-annual Frogstock features student-led music TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Linkedin
Previous articleBlood, sweat, tears and actorsNext articleNew season evening menu admin Email Linkedin Twitter WhatsApp Advertisement NewsThree new books from top children’s nutritionistBy admin – May 7, 2009 719 With over three million copies of Annabel Karmel’s books in print, it is no wonder why parents all over the world rely on her expertise and time-tested recipes for babies and children of all ages.Fresh off the printing press, Dorling Kindersley have published three new titles into the Annabel Karmel canon that are sure to persuade even the pickiest eaters to try something new, healthy and delicious.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The first of the three titles is “First Meals & More: Your Questions Answered”. Can breastfeeding prevent allergies? How do I get my fussy toddler to eat vegetables? What can I make for the whole family to eat together? These questions (and nearly 300 more!) are directly and thoughtfully addressed by Annabel Karmel’s extensive knowledge and practical approach to children’s nutrition. This Q&A book is packed with expert advice and tips to help guide parents through every aspect of feeding their baby and toddler, from birth to age three.Annabel provides all the essential information needed to establish good eating habits by including the latest scientific research on allergies, information on when to wean, and suggestions on introducing new foods.First Meals & More is packed with 50 delicious, baby-friendly, trouble-shooting recipes to help parents combat a myriad of feeding challenges.Cook It Together is the third in a successful series of cooking books for children by Annabel. Focusing on ten top ingredients; tomatoes, sweet corn, potatoes, rice, bananas, strawberries, apples, honey, chocolate and yogurt, children can learn fascinating facts to help encourage them to think about what they are eating and where each ingredient originates from.Whether it’s grown in fields or made in hives Annabel includes the facts about each ingredient, there is even a section on flavours where children can learn all about different herbs and spices. All recipes are illustrated with step-by-step photography and simple guidelines so children can see exactly what goes into each dish. Annabel also provides two or three recipes for each ingredient which includes plenty of measuring and mixing to help children understand what goes into each dish. There are also clearly marked steps for when an adult is needed to help out.Cook It Together has a balance of sweet and savoury recipes so that children can learn how to make a selection of healthy balanced dishes, from tomato bruschetta and paella to strawberry cheesecake and fruit brulee. This book will show children that healthy eating can be fun and educational, there are also tips from Annabel on each page to guarantee the best results.From juicy red apples to bright green broccoli trees, the bestselling author has put together a colourful range of healthy, delicious fruit and vegetables, in her new book I Can Eat A Rainbow.I Can Eat A Rainbow helps young children identify different foods in a fun and exciting way. With simple, read aloud text and suggestions on how to eat five a day, this book will help preschoolers learn about the importance of eating colourful, healthy food.Cute fruit and vegetable characters feature throughout on each tabbed, colour themed spread to encourage young children to identify different foods. Big, bold photography and descriptive labels also help them to understand the importance of each different coloured fruit and vegetables.When your child has finished reading there are also several activities listed in the front section for parents to try out such as showing them how to squeeze oranges, grow their own vegetables, and make fruit lollies and smoothies, along with notes on how to make the most of the book when reading it to your toddler. Print Facebook
Local NewsBusiness By Digital AIM Web Support – January 26, 2021 Twitter Flowserve Launches RedRaven IoT Services Platform Giving Companies Remote Control Over Critical Aspects of Operations Facebook DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan 26, 2021– Flowserve Corporation (NYSE: FLS), a leading provider of flow control products and services for the global infrastructure markets, announced today the launch of a revolutionary IoT service suite to help production facilities monitor their assets remotely, predict equipment failures before they happen and take preventive measures to avoid business disruptions. Called RedRaven, the new platform supports any flow control equipment regardless of manufacturer, opening the door for companies to quickly realize the full benefits of IoT and predictive analytics without major infrastructure changes. IIoT-based predictive maintenance solutions are expected to reduce factory equipment maintenance costs by 40%, according to Deloitte. Predictive maintenance can also reduce safety, health, environment and quality risks by 14% and extend the life of an aging asset by 20%, according to PwC. “We’re betting big on IoT to help companies avoid costly downtime, which is not feasible in today’s world,” said Scott Rowe, Flowserve president and chief executive officer. “The COVID-19 pandemic illustrated the critical importance of digitization in production facilities for business continuity, and RedRaven can help companies accelerate their digital transformation to start reaping the numerous productivity and profitability benefits of IoT.” RedRaven is a services platform that takes a systems approach. Available with wireless or wired options based on applications, it includes sensors that are placed on industrial equipment and gateways that collect data from assets and then transmit it to the cloud with a secure, data-encrypted solution. Companies can access critical data on their equipment performance via Flowserve’s secure Insight Portal dashboard. A big differentiator in the marketplace is Flowserve’s dedicated remote monitoring facility, which is staffed by a team of technical specialists who don’t just identify problems, but also tell companies how to fix the issues and support them throughout their entire IoT journey. RedRaven works for any company with flow control equipment such as those in the oil and gas, water, chemical, power, food and beverage and mining industries, among many others. Key advantages of RedRaven include:Reduce expensive downtime and repairs with the ability to predict failures of critical assets before they happen and take preventive actionIdentify and fix issues immediately with near-real-time monitoring from any locationImprove efficiency, productivity and worker safety with the ability to determine when and where technicians are needed and avoid unnecessary equipment checksGain real insights to make informed decisions that improve plant productivity and profitabilityRun equipment at peak performance and reduce total cost of ownership The name RedRaven comes from the bird known for its intelligence and insight. To learn more, visit www.flowserve.com/iot About Flowserve Flowserve Corp. is one of the world’s leading providers of fluid motion and control products and services. Operating in more than 55 countries, the company produces engineered and industrial pumps, seals and valves as well as a range of related flow management services. 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These risks and uncertainties may cause actual results to differ materially from what is forecast in such forward-looking statements, and include, without limitation, the following: a portion of our bookings may not lead to completed sales and our ability to convert bookings into revenues at acceptable profit margins; changes in global economic conditions and the potential for unexpected cancellations or delays of customer orders in our reported backlog; our dependence on our customers’ ability to make required capital investment and maintenance expenditures; risks associated with cost overruns on fixed-fee projects and in taking customer orders for large complex custom engineered products; the substantial dependence of our sales on the success of the oil and gas, chemical, power generation and water management industries; the adverse impact of volatile raw materials prices on our products and operating margins; our ability to execute and realize the expected financial benefits from our strategic manufacturing optimization and realignment initiatives; economic, political and other risks associated with our international operations, including military actions or trade embargoes that could affect customer markets, particularly Middle Eastern markets and global oil and gas producers, and non-compliance with U.S. export/re-export control, foreign corrupt practice laws, economic sanctions and import laws and regulations; increased aging and slower collection of receivables, particularly in Latin America and other emerging markets; our exposure to fluctuations in foreign currency exchange rates, including in hyperinflationary countries such as Venezuela; our furnishing of products and services to nuclear power plant facilities and other critical processes; potential adverse consequences resulting from litigation to which we are a party, such as litigation involving asbestos-containing material claims; a foreign government investigation regarding our participation in the United Nations Oil-for-Food Program; expectations regarding acquisitions and the integration of acquired businesses; our ability to anticipate and manage cybersecurity risk, including the risk of potential business disruptions or financial losses; our relative geographical profitability and its impact on our utilization of deferred tax assets, including foreign tax credits; the potential adverse impact of an impairment in the carrying value of goodwill or other intangible assets; our dependence upon third-party suppliers whose failure to perform timely could adversely affect our business operations; the highly competitive nature of the markets in which we operate; environmental compliance costs and liabilities; potential work stoppages and other labor matters; our ability to protect our intellectual property in the U.S., as well as in foreign countries; obligations under our defined benefit pension plans; and other factors described from time to time in our filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. All forward-looking statements included in this news release are based on information available to us on the date hereof, and we assume no obligation to update any forward-looking statement. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210126005957/en/ CONTACT: Flowserve Contacts Investor Jay Roueche, Vice President, Investor Relations, 1+972-443-6560 Mike Mullin, Director, Investor Relations, 1+972-443-6636Media Lars Rosene, Vice President, Corporate Communications & Public Affairs, 1+972-443-6644 KEYWORD: TEXAS UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: SOFTWARE NETWORKS OIL/GAS OTHER MANUFACTURING ENERGY DATA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY MANUFACTURING SOURCE: Flowserve Corporation Copyright Business Wire 2021. 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