Fan Milk Limited (FML.gh) listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Food sector has released it’s 2018 abridged results.For more information about Fan Milk Limited (FML.gh) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Fan Milk Limited (FML.gh) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Fan Milk Limited (FML.gh) 2018 abridged results.Company ProfileFan Milk Limited manufactures and markets dairy products and fruit drinks in Ghana. The company produces a range of frozen strawberry yoghurts, chocolates, ice cream, snacks, ice lollies and citrus drinks under the following brand names; FanYogo, FanChoco, FanIce, FanDango and FanPop. Fan Milk Limited manages a network of independent distributors and agents. Formerly known as Ghana Milk Company Limited, the company changed its name to Fan Milk Limited in 1962. The company is a subsidiary of Fan Milk International A/S with headquarters in Acca, Ghana. Fan Milk Limited is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange
New boy: Clermont centre Wesley Fofana will make his Test debut for France on SaturdayFRANCE COACH Philippe Saint-Andre has picked a hugely experienced team to take on Italy in their opening RBS 6 Nations match on Saturday.The starting XV contains 605 caps – and there’s another 236 on the bench! – but there is one uncapped player who will make his Test debut at the Stade de France. Wesley Fofana will partner Aurelien Rougerie in midfield – the first time in history that both France centres have come from the Clermont Auvergne club.Saint-Andre is full of praise for Fofana, saying: “He brings enthusiasm and freshness. We know his qualities, his speed. He must show his qualities, enjoy himself and show what he does for his club.”Half century: France captain Thierry Dusautoir will win his 50th capCaptain Thierry Dusautoir and tighthead Nicolas Mas will both win their 50th Test caps while loosehead Vincent Debaty will make his Six Nations debut. His only previous Test appearance came against Romania in June 2006.Dusautoir forms a powerful back row with Julien Bonnaire and Louis Picamoles – Biarritz No 8 Imanol Harinordoquy pushed onto the bench – as the French attempt to avenge last year’s historical defeat by Italy. Dimitri Yachvili is given the nod at scrum-half ahead of Morgan Parra with Francois Trinh-Duc in the No 10 jersey while Italy should be wary of an explosive back three featuring Julien Malzieu, Vincent Clerc and Maxime Medard.FRANCE TEAM TO PLAY ITALY ON SATURDAY 4 FEBRUARY AT STADE DE FRANCE, KICK-OFF 2.30pm Maxime Medard; Vincent Clerc, Aurelien Rougerie, Wesley Fofana, Julien Malzieu; Francois Trinh-Duc, Dimitri Yachvili; Vincent Debaty, William Servat, Nicolas Mas, Pascal Pape, Lionel Nallet, Thierry Dusautoir, Julien Bonnaire, Louis Picamoles.Replacements: Dimitri Szarzewski, Jean-Baptiste Poux, Yoann Maestri, Imanol Harinordoquy, Morgan Parra, Lionel Beauxis, Maxime Mermoz. NOT FOR FEATURED LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS
Year: “COPY” Cachalotes House / Oscar Gonzalez Moix Cachalotes House / Oscar Gonzalez MoixSave this projectSaveCachalotes House / Oscar Gonzalez Moix ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/432668/cachalotes-house-oscar-gonzalez-moix Clipboard Year: “COPY” Houses 2010 2010 Peru Save this picture!© Juan Solano Ojasi+ 13 Share CopyHouses•La Molina District, Peru CopyAbout this officeOscar Gonzalez MoixOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesLa Molina DistrictHousesPeruPublished on September 30, 2013Cite: “Cachalotes House / Oscar Gonzalez Moix” 30 Sep 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
ArchDaily Photographs: Åke E. Son Lindman Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Houses Products used in this ProjectLightsLouis PoulsenLamps – AJ CollectionSave this picture!© Åke E. Son LindmanText description provided by the architects. Village House Powerhouse Company was asked to design a weekend house for a young family in northern Sjælland, Denmark. Village House is an exploration on the possibilities of the Summer cabin, the traditional Danish vacation home. While keeping the cabin’s footprint small, spatial as well as sustainable, there is a wide range of spatial possibilities, by using a five-fingered floor plan.Save this picture!© Åke E. Son LindmanKeep it in the familyThe house is a cluster of five wings, like miniature cabins. These fan out like a hand spreading five fingers over the site, generating a variety of views, light effects and outdoor areas. This variation means the house provides an enjoyable environment all year round and at all times of day. For example, a large window above the living room allows sunlight to bathe the dining table at around midday.Save this picture!© Åke E. Son LindmanSummerhouses are traditionally family spaces, but when children grow older they need more independence from their parents. Hence the ‘village of cabins’ organisation, with radiating individual spaces that are united in the centre. Each member of the family effectively has the option of privacy when they need it. Meanwhile a star-shaped central space, uniting the living room and kitchen, forms the shared area which nevertheless offers pockets of seclusion to spend time alone while still in the family circle. This solution faithfully reflects the rather different desires of the family members. One wanted a picturesque, cosy and archetypal summerhouse, while another wanted a spacious and contemporary feeling. Both desires are united in the design.Save this picture!© Åke E. Son LindmanA certain frontier feelingIn basing Village House on the classic Danish summerhouse, while adding modern ideas of space, Powerhouse Company has created a contemporary harmony. The elementary wooden structure has a pitched roof, and it is black, the most discreet colour in nature, like the dark shadows in the surrounding woods. Inside, the uniform white surface maximises the northern light.Save this picture!© Åke E. Son LindmanThe rustic but modern solution is low maintenance, which is more important for a holiday home than offering lots of space. From an architectural point of view, its close relationship to the context is especially significant in a holiday home. The house contrasts with the routine home of the clients, and provides the basis for a separate lifestyle. Isn’t that what we are looking for when we go on holiday? http://vimeo.com/73288918 Save this picture!Floor PlanProject gallerySee allShow lessStoaninger Mühlviertel Destillation / HPSASelected ProjectsMirador Pocuro Building / SEARLE PUGA arquitectosSelected Projects Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/436596/danish-summer-house-powerhouse-company Clipboard Danish Summer House / Powerhouse CompanySave this projectSaveDanish Summer House / Powerhouse Company Denmark “COPY” Year: Manufacturers: Louis Poulsen Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description Save this picture!© Åke E. Son Lindman+ 14 Share Projects Architects: Powerhouse Company Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officePowerhouse CompanyOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesWoodHousesDenmarkPublished on October 11, 2013Cite: “Danish Summer House / Powerhouse Company” 11 Oct 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
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News Organisation RSF_en January 13, 2011 – Updated on January 25, 2016 Paris joins network of cities welcoming persecuted writers Paris became the 32nd city to join ICORN, the International Cities of Refugee Network, yesterday when mayor Bernard Delanoë signed an agreement making the French capital a haven for writers facing persecution for their activities.“We hail this decision by the city of Paris and we look forward with enthusiasm to continuing to work with ICORN with the aim of making it possible to welcome defenders of free speech to France,” Reporters Without Borders said.Iranian journalist and cartoonist Mana Neyestani, will be the first person to benefit from the new arrangement. Our organisation has been supporting him for several years.The signing ceremony took place at the Paris city hall in the presence of ICORN executive director Helge Lunde and Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Jean-François Julliard.Peter Ripken, chairman of ICORN’s executive board, praised the city’s commitment to the defense of human rights.Also present at the ceremony were the writer Amin Maalouf, prominent cultural figure André Larquié, Jean-Yves Langlais, president and director of the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris, Carole Medrinal, director of Paris-Bibliothèques and Darline Cothière, director of the Journalists Residence.Reporters Without Borders welcomes the completion of this agreement and the choice of the Iranian journalist and cartoonist as the first beneficiary. The person in question will shortly be welcomed to Paris for a period of one or two years and will be able to resume working.The exodus of journalists from the country after President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s disputed reelection in June 2009 has been the largest since the 1979 revolution. Faced with the impossibility of continuing their work, about 100 media workers have gone into exile. After the election, Reporters Without Borders put a great deal of effort into supportng journalists being forced to flee Iran, where more than a hundred media personnel and netizens have been arrested and accused of spying or acting against the security of the state in the past 18 months.France’s foreign ministry and its ministry of immigration, national identity and co-development responded positively to requests from Reporters Without Borders for emergency visas.As a result about 30 Iranian journalists and netizens, supported by the organization, have arrived in France to seek asylum. Some have been able to find accommodation at La Maison des Journalistes, a facility supported by the City of Paris that can take in about 30 journalists a year. Help by sharing this information
WhatsApp Advertisement Linkedin Email THE President of the University of Limerick has said he does not know how much the institution is owed in outstanding fees after it emerged the college is using a debt collection agency to recover monies owed. The country’s largest university UCD is also engaged in the practice. Speaking this Monday, president Don Barry said going to debt collection agencies was “very much a last resort”“We are kind of caught between a rock and a hard place in the sense that we have an obligation to collect this charge and the government deducts it from our grants. It is only fair that we treat all our students the same,” President Barry said.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “It is really very much a last resort for us. We try our level best to facilitate students for as long as possible,” he added.Asked how much was due in outstanding fees, Mr Barry said he did not know.“I don’t know the precise amount. I saw that the university wouldn’t release it to the media so I am going to have to find out myself.”In a statement issued the University of Limerick said the standard payment option for the student contribution is currently two instalments.“Other payment options are available on request and every effort is made to facilitate students in this regard in conjunction with other support mechanisms for those experiencing difficulties,” he said.“As a public body the University of Limerick has a duty to seek to recover outstanding debts. Students are currently not permitted to graduate with outstanding student fee debt. Having applied a range of debt collection practices, The University of Limerick, like other Irish universities and other public bodies, uses external mechanisms as a last resort in recovering long-standing debts. The University of Limerick currently does not issue legal proceeding over outstanding student fees,” the statement concluded. NewsLocal NewsUL president says he does not know who much college is owed in outstanding feesBy admin – February 11, 2013 642 Facebook Print Twitter Previous articleFarmer’s failure to test cattle threatened beef industryNext article‘Storeman’ jailed for drugs in the attic admin
Previous: Survey: Investors Prefer Flipping Over Renting Next: For Sale: Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac MSR Portfolio – $3 Billion The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Brian Honea’s writing and editing career spans nearly two decades across many forms of media. He served as sports editor for two suburban newspaper chains in the DFW area and has freelanced for such publications as the Yahoo! Contributor Network, Dallas Home Improvement magazine, and the Dallas Morning News. He has written four non-fiction sports books, the latest of which, The Life of Coach Chuck Curtis, was published by the TCU Press in December 2014. A lifelong Texan, Brian received his master’s degree from Amberton University in Garland. Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Castro Responds to Questions About Effects of Defaults Related Articles Tagged with: FHA House Financial Services Committee HUD Julian Castro Mia Love Mortgage Defaults Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Share Save February 12, 2015 850 Views About Author: Brian Honea Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, News FHA House Financial Services Committee HUD Julian Castro Mia Love Mortgage Defaults 2015-02-12 Brian Honea Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Print This Post Sign up for DS News Daily Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / Castro Responds to Questions About Effects of Defaults Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Subscribe While most Republican lawmakers grilled HUD Secretary Julián Castro on the recent lowering of the FHA mortgage insurance premiums and FHA’s MMI Fund Wednesday during his testimony to the House Financial Services Committee, Representative Mia Love (R-Utah) opted to cover a different subject: defaults and their potentially negative effect on their respective neighborhoods.While much has been made during Castro’s first seven months as HUD Secretary about increasing homeownership and getting people into homes, especially first-time buyers, little has been said publicly about how HUD and FHA intend to help the new owners sustain homeownership once it is attained. During her five-minute questioning period of Castro, Love questioned the secretary on the expected default rate of people gain homeownership as a result of recent housing policy changes enacted by HUD or FHA and on what he expected would happen to surrounding homes in neighborhoods where defaults occur.Castro did not have much to say regarding how the agencies planned to sustain homeownership, however. The majority of his answers to Love’s questions involved praising the work of HUD and FHA.Love presented a map that showed distressed residential areas from 2008 to 2012 to illustrate her point that she did not believe the recent housing policy changes were helping Americans achieve the goal of not only attaining homeownership but maintaining it once they are in the homes.”[T]he people who run these (distressed) areas have the same political view as you do,” Love said. “In the words of the president during the State of Union address, if it’s not working, it’s time to do something different. We need to do everything we can by not just worrying about just one family, but worrying about as many people as possible.”While Love began her questioning period by acknowledging that the questions Castro had been asked that day were “really hard” – Love’s questioning occurred within the final 15 minutes of a marathon four-hour long hearing – she quickly moved into asking the secretary about the expected default rate of people who gained homeownership as a result of lowering the insurance premiums.”We have a default rate of less than 10 percent,” Castro said. “It’s improved over the last couple of years. We also have seen serious delinquencies, which refer to 90 day delinquencies, drop by 27 percent since 2013 because 2013 and 2014 have been some of the strongest on the books.”In response to Love’s question about what happens when the loans go into default, Castro said, “That’s a great question. There’s a long process before that happens. In fact, I think to the credit of FHA, and in part to the committee, we have improved our loss mitigation process. We work with folks through housing counseling and through other measures to try and avoid default.”When Love turned her questioning toward what happens to value of homes in the areas where homes default and what happens to the people who have “gotten into their homes responsibly” when someone around them defaults. After Castro said he disagreed with the premise of the question, Love repeated her question as to the effect of defaults on surrounding home values.”I think the answer to that is that varies,” Castro said. “Sometimes those homes are sold, and somebody new moves in, so you have a variety of experiences out there in terms of what happens in that circumstance.”Love pointed out those effects by drawing from an economic review by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta: “Given that foreclosure properties generally sell at a discount, the natural question arises as to whether these distressed properties in turn put downward sale prices, pressure on neighborhood properties resulting in negative externalities.” She also quoted former HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan, Castro’s predecessor: “Foreclosed and vacant homes have a debilitating effect on neighborhoods and often lead to blighted neighborhoods, decay, and reduced property values.” Love discussed the importance of looking beyond what is “seen” and stating that the issue goes beyond just simply getting people into homes.”What I’m trying to say is, this is not just a fiscal issue for me,” said Love, a former mayor in Utah who began her first Congressional term in January. “This is a moral issue. . . What do you say to the people who have gotten into homes responsibly, and all of a sudden, because of so many different foreclosures around that area, realize their neighborhoods are going into decay and they’ve lost the value in their home? What do you say to those people?”Castro responded with a plug for FHA.”I’d say first of all, if they’re in that neighborhood, chances are that those responsible homebuyers were through FHA, because we’ve been doing our work,” Castro said.Love wasn’t convinced that the secretary was seeing the bigger picture, however. She pointed out in her response that she knew Castro, a former mayor like herself, had seen the devastating effect that foreclosures have on neighborhoods, and how those communities turn into something “less than desirable” compared to what those families and individuals wanted when they moved into those communities.”This is about bringing people from the lowest common denominator up,” Love said.
View post tag: Ohio Replacement View post tag: Columbia-class Authorities US Navy awards GD further $146M for Columbia-class submarine work Back to overview,Home naval-today US Navy awards GD further $146M for Columbia-class submarine work View post tag: GDEB December 23, 2016 The U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command has awarded General Dynamics Electric Boat a $146.7 million contract modification to increase the design support requirements for the Columbia-class submarine.The new class of submarines, formerly known as the Ohio Replacement, are replacing the U.S. Navy’s current ballistic missile submarines armed with the Trident missile.This contract includes design work for the Columbia-class submarine program; shipbuilder and vendor component and technology development; engineering integration; concept design studies; cost reduction initiatives using a design for affordability process; and full scale prototype manufacturing and assembly.Additionally, this contract provides for engineering analysis, should-cost evaluations, and technology development and integration efforts.The U.S. wants to build 12 SSBN submarines with construction scheduled to start in 2021. Navy officials hope the first submarine in the class will go on a deterrent patrol in 2030.Electric Boat will be responsible for the construction of all 12 boats. View post tag: US Navy Share this article
November 13, 2017 Singapore, Brunei wrap up bilateral naval drill ahead of ASEAN fleet review Back to overview,Home naval-today Singapore, Brunei wrap up bilateral naval drill ahead of ASEAN fleet review View post tag: Royal Brunei Navy View post tag: Ex Pelican Authorities View post tag: RSN Ships from the navies of Singapore and Brunei concluded the bilateral naval exercise Pelican on November 13 before heading for the ASEAN International Fleet Review in Thailand.This year’s exercise Pelican took place between November 11 and 13 and was the 36th in its series. It involved the Republic of Singapore Navy’s Formidable-class frigate RSS Steadfast and Royal Brunei Navy’s Darussalam-class offshore patrol vessel KDB Daruttaqwa.As part of the exercise, the two navies conducted live gunnery firings, communications and manoeuvring exercises in the South China Sea and the Gulf of Thailand. Personnel from both navies also conducted a sea-rider exchange in which they visited and sailed on their counterparts’ ships.Following the exercise, both ships headed together to Pattaya, Thailand for the ASEAN International Fleet Review.The fleet review in Thailand will be attended by 26 vessels from 19 countries. ASEAN navies attending the review are also set to take part in the first iteration of the ASEAN naval drill ‘AMNEX’ which will take place on and around Sattahip Naval Base in the northern part of the Gulf of Thailand. Share this article