Tanzania Breweries Limited (TBL.tz) listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange under the Beverages sector has released it’s 2017 annual report.For more information about Tanzania Breweries Limited (TBL.tz) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Tanzania Breweries Limited (TBL.tz) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Tanzania Breweries Limited (TBL.tz) 2017 annual report.Company ProfileTanzania Breweries Limited produces, distributes and sells malt beer in Tanzania, as well as non-alcoholic malt beverages and alcoholic fruit beverages. The company markets its own products under the following liquor brands; Safari Lager, Kilimanjaro Premium Lager, Ndovu Special Malt and Konyagi. Tanzania Breweries also produces and distributes Castle Lager, Castle Milk Stout, Castle Lite, Peroni and Redds Premium Cold under license from SABMiller International BV. It also distributes international wines and spirits under license from Distell (Pty) Limited of South Africa. It is the largest and oldest brewing company in Tanzania, with breweries in Dar es Salaam, Arusha, Mwanza and Mbeya. Tanzania Breweries Limited is a subsidiary of SABMiller Africa BV. Tanzania Breweries Limited is listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange
Dan’s the manWales fly-half Dan Biggar was once again the hero for the Ospreys as they held onto top spot in the Guinness PRO12 with a 22-11 win over the Newport-Gwent Dragons. Biggar defied the wet conditions to create a first-half try for Tyler Ardron, then kicked the conversion and five penalties, not missing from the tee at all. The Dragons boss Lyn Jones called the performance of Biggar and his half-back partner Rhys Webb “faultless” and Wales fans will hope that continues right through the spring.Pulling the strings: Dan Biggar guided the Ospreys to another PRO12 win, keeping them at the top Magic moment: James Hook puts everything he’s got into kicking the winning penalty The SaintsKiller kickThe weekend started in some style with a humdinger of an Aviva Premiership clash between Gloucester and Saracens at Kingsholm. There were enough incidents, both good and bad, to fill an entire Saints and Sinners column, so choosing the best and worst of them has been tricky. Fabulous tries from Dan Robson and Callum Braley have been overlooked to crown James Hook this week’s ultimate Saint.Trailing 21-23, Gloucester were attacking relentlessly during the last five minutes but could not break Saracens’ defensive line. Hook tried and failed with a drop-goal attempt, then Saracens broke away and thought they had nabbed a decisive try, but the officials spotted Chris Ashton offside and so brought play back for one last penalty.Hook had missed three first-half kicks in windy conditions – two of them relative sitters – but he bravely lined up the penalty from just beyond halfway. Hook’s longest penalty so far this season had been from 43 metres, so the odds were very much against the Welshman.However, he belted the ball high, long and true through the uprights to secure an astonishing win for Gloucester and send the city into raptures. See the highlights here. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Easter treatOn the day he made his 250th first team appearance for Harlequins, 36-year-old Nick Easter proved there’s life in the old dog yet as he produced the most sublime offload under great pressure in a tackle from Tom Youngs. He flipped the ball sideways to find Danny Care, who raced through for a try.Harlequins were 9-3 down at the time against Leicester Tigers, but the try and conversion took them into the lead and they kicked on from there to win 32-12. Easter was the deserved Man of the Match. TAGS: Ulster Turned out fine: Twelvetrees celebrates Braley’s try but the centre’s error could have been costlySilly BillyBilly Twelvetrees will be mighty relieved that Gloucester beat Saracens in a match which produced so many talking-points on Friday evening, as it means his horrendous butchering of a certain try was forgotten (or very nearly) amid all the brouhaha.Gloucester were trailing 7-0 after 14 minutes when Jonny May charged down a clearance kick from Saracens, Matt Kvesic caught the ball and put Twelvetrees through on a searing run up the left. May was tracking outside him as Twelvetrees drew the two defenders, but the centre inexplicably held onto the ball in a bid to score himself, instead of passing to the entirely free May. Richard Wigglesworth hauled Twelvetrees down from behind as the other two defenders also piled in and the scoring chance became a penalty instead of a try. The SinnersRed for BlueCardiff Blues had won three of their last four Guinness PRO12 matches and were looking to grab another victory at home against Leinster. They were leading 13-5 on Saturday afternoon after 33 minutes, then Blues lock Jarrad Hoeata was deservedly sent off for a brutal high tackle around the head of Rob Kearney.Fortunately the Irish full-back was not hurt, which is more than can be said for Cardiff’s chances thereafter, as they were unable to hold out a Leinster side with the wind at their backs in the second half, and the Blues lost 22-13. The Aviva Premiership and Guinness PRO 12 produced an embarrassment of riches this weekend, with plenty of players putting their hands up for inclusion as a Saint, but there were a few individuals and teams who have some wrongs to right next time. The visitors came out of the traps at great speed and were 24-0 up after just 25 minutes, but from there they let Treviso back into the game big-time, allowing the Italians to score 20 unanswered points.Ultimately, Ulster hung on for the 24-20 win and so remain in fifth spot in the table, just two points outside the playoff places, but a careless loss in Italy would have left them trailing. Ulster let it slipUlster have already blown their chances of winning the European Champions Cup this season and they very nearly put a severe dent in their Guinness PRO12 hopes when they almost slipped up at Benetton Treviso on Sunday. Jump for joy: Shane Geraghty celebrates his drop-goal with Myles DorrianLate, late showJames Hook wasn’t the only player to snatch a win with a last-second kick, as Shane Geraghty took London Irish to a 28-26 win over Exeter Chiefs with a drop-goal coolly slotted from just outside the 22.Exeter had led 13-5 at the break but Tom Guest and Alex Lewington hit back for the Exiles with tries early in the second half before Blair Cowan, who had already crossed the whitewash in the first half, grabbed his second try.A converted Dave Ewers try and two Gareth Steenson penalties gave Exeter the lead again before Geraghty won it. Battling onThey might have lost their 13th Aviva Premiership game on the trot, but there is still plenty of fighting spirit at London Welsh and that was epitomised by former All Blacks playmaker Piri Weepu, who played on through the pain barrier during their match at Newcastle on Sunday afternoon.He turned his right ankle badly in a tackle just as the last half-hour started and looked all set to be stretchered off, but the medics strapped him up and Weepu played on, gingerly at first, right to the end. He couldn’t stop his team losing 38-7 but that wasn’t for the want of trying.Later, Weepu Tweeted it had been one of his toughest days ever, as he had received the news before the game that his grandmother had died. Sam stops ConnachtConditions are rarely easy at Connacht’s Sportsground home and they hadn’t lost a match there this season until Edinburgh rolled up on a wet and windy Friday evening for their Guinness PRO12 clash.The Irish side led 13-7 at half-time, then Edinburgh scrum-half Sam Hidalgo-Clyne produced a second half kicking masterclass, defying the gale to slot three penalties and take the visitors to a 16-13 win.One of the kicks went over from 50 metres and the nerveless display from the 21-year-old enabled Edinburgh to move up to seventh in the table.
Rugby World Cup Greatest Players Owain Jones looks at eight of the biggest… We take a whistle stop tour through the greatest matches to take place during the Rugby World Cup. Past Rugby World Cup Hosts Expand Rugby World Cup Fixtures The 2023 Rugby World… Greatest Rugby World Cup MatchesWe have already seen some fantastic matches at the 2019 Rugby World Cup and are sure to see more as the tournament develops.But what are the greatest matches in the history of the tournament? Well in this piece we have taken a look at 12 of the greatest matches with their being at least one selection from each tournament.What do you make of our selections? Let us know your thoughts via our social media channels.Greatest Rugby World Cup MatchesAustralia 24 vs France 30, Semi-Final, 1987As per usual with the French, they upset what was supposed to happen here. Australia were supposed to win to set up a World Cup Final against New Zealand. It looked to be going that way too as time was winding down and the men in gold were ahead 24-21. Didier Camberabero slotted a penalty to level the scores and extra-time looked inevitable.But the French again had other ideas. Starting in their own half, they played their usual game of flair and a pinch of luck to get the ball to Serge Blanco who showed a turn of speed to just about dot down in the corner. They had won it against all odds and would go on to lose against New Zealand in the final.Wales 13 vs Western Samoa 16, Group Stage, 1991The first true shock to occur in the Rugby World Cup, this match saw for the first time ever, a seeded team beaten by a non-seeded team.England 29 vs New Zealand 45, Semi-Final, 1995The match that saw the man mountain of Jonah Lomu run rings around England, New Zealand won easily to progress to their second World Cup Final eight years after their first.South Africa 15 vs New Zealand 12, World Cup Final, 1995A match that united a nation, South Africa somehow managed to bottle up Lomu and somehow emerged victorious thanks to the boot of Joel Stransky. This was the Springboks first tournament since being readmitted to the rugby fold because of their apartheid policies and it cannot be understated in its importance not just for South Africa, but also the history of rugby union.Italy 25 vs Tonga 28, Group Stages, 1999Sure this match didn’t include two powerhouses of rugby but for sheer drama it delivered on all fronts. The score was tied 25-all and a draw looked on the cards, at least that was until full-back Sateki Tuipulotu decided to pull off a last minute drop-goal to gain an unlikely victory.France 43 vs New Zealand 31, Semi-Final, 1999This really does require little explanation. The All Blacks had dominated the game and had put themselves up by 24 points to 10 at one stage. It appeared as if they were heading for yet another World Cup final, but the French had other ideas.Inspired by Christophe Lamaison, the French scored 33 unanswered points in 20 minutes and would emerge 43-31 winners. Much like 1987, they would get into the final but lose once again, this time to Australia. Also make sure you know about the Groups, Warm-ups, Dates, Fixtures, Venues, TV Coverage, Qualified Teams by clicking on the highlighted links.Finally, don’t forget to follow Rugby World on Facebook, and Twitter. Collapse The All Blacks, visibly shaken, somehow managed to regain their composure and emerge 53-37 winners.Australia 17 vs England 20, Final, 2003 (after extra-time)The second final on our list, the quality of play may not have been the best but a World Cup final as important as this one deserves mentioning. It was totally engrossing from start to finish and the pivotal moment conducted by Jonny Wilkinson meant that the northern hemisphere had finally wrestled the cup away from the south for the first time.England were the favourites before the tournament began and they delivered which was a monumental achievement in English sport.France 10 vs Argentina 34, Third-place playoff, 2007This match is purely on this list because of what the third-place playoff usually is – a damp squib. However this unexpectedly delivered largely because it was a rematch of the first game of the tournament, when Argentina beat France to shock the hosts.The Pumas turned out to be a revelation throughout the tournament playing exciting and energetic rugby, and France showed a willingness to play flowing rugby as well which resulted in a gripping affair. To add to that, there were three sin-binnings. Argentina ultimately proved too strong though as they ran in five tries to win 34-10.France 14 vs Tonga 19, Group Stages, 2011Another French loss and another shock win for Tonga in our list, the men in red made a 13-6 half-time lead count during the group stages of the 2011 tournament. Thanks to the boot of Kurt Morath they eventually ran out winners by 19 points to 14 and the ecstatic reaction of the Tongans showed just how much the victory meant to them.South Africa 32 vs Japan 34, Group Stages, 2015Arguably the biggest shock in rugby history, Japan scored a last minute try through Karne Hesketh to win against the Springboks. The Brave Blossoms had not won a match in the event since 1991 and yet played bright and attacking rugby that took the Springboks totally off-guard.No doubt they were below their best, but Japan deserved the win in every sense of the word.Australia 35 vs Scotland 34, Quarter-Final, 2015Probably best remembered for referee Craig Joubert’s controversial decision that gave Australia a vital penalty, this match was a pulsating affair that saw eight tries scored.Japan 28 vs Scotland 21, Group Stages, 2019The match that would decide who went through to the knockout stages nearly didn’t happen. Super Typhoon Hagibis wreaked havoc on Yokohama and there was a realistic chance the match would be cancelled. Thank goodness it wasn’t because it was a pulsating affair that ultimately saw Japan top their group and move into the knockout stages in their home World Cup. To be honest, we could write down what happened below, but the highlights above tell the whole story…Follow our Rugby World Cup homepage which we update regularly with news and features. Expand Rugby World Cup Greatest Shocks Rugby World Cup Greatest Shocks Past Rugby World Cup Hosts Rugby World Cup Fixtures 2023 Rugby World Cup Greatest Players Rugby World Cup Fixtures 2023 Adam Hathaway takes a look at the best… LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS New Zealand 53 vs Wales 37, Group Stages, 2003Both had already qualified so this match was the decider for who got top spot in group D during the tournament. Not many people gave Wales much of a chance but thanks to the games free-flowing nature, and the genius of youngster Shane Williams, the Welsh scored try after try to eventually lead 37-34. We take a look at the past countries… Expand
ArchDaily Projects Switzerland Copy•Elerenbach, Switzerland 2Verandas / Gus Wüstemann Architects Year: Photographs 2012 Houses Save this picture!© Bruno Helbling+ 35 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/281278/2verandas-gus-wustemann Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/281278/2verandas-gus-wustemann Clipboard “COPY” Manufacturers: Sky-Frame Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description Architects: Gus Wüstemann Architects Area Area of this architecture project “COPY” 2Verandas / Gus Wüstemann ArchitectsSave this projectSave2Verandas / Gus Wüstemann Architects Area: 1100 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs: Bruno Helbling Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Products used in this ProjectDoorsSky-FrameInsulated Sliding Doors – Sky-Frame ClassicText description provided by the architects. This is a house for a young South African family in Erlenbach, just outside Zurich along the lake.The plot is in a suburban context and therefor pretty dense with family homes, typical for the area. The site is on a slope, where on top there are beautiful views to the lake with evening sun and at the lower part there is a group of smaller family houses.Save this picture!© Bruno HelblingThe clients asked us for a solution for a house that made most of the big plot, wanting a view, but not end up with a house on top of the hill and a rest of a garden down below.Save this picture!© Bruno HelblingPeripheryOur solution for this plot was to occupy the periphery of the site, with the main house on top of the hill and the pool house at the bottom, both houses connected through a solid stony promenade: 2 verandas.Save this picture!© Bruno HelblingBy occupying the periphery: there is one veranda at the top, the promenade is going alongside the eastern boarder of the plot leading to the south end, there is a park in the middle of the site.Save this picture!© Bruno HelblingThe park can be consumed as nature from all three sides and therefor there is no ‚left over’ of land. The stony promenade connects the two verandas, is a site of its own, where you walk or sit and enjoy the view to the lake or the park. With the promenade, the garden moves up to the level of the living room and it connects all levels of the house with the garden.Save this picture!© Bruno Helbling2verandasThe main house is a stony, concrete, hammer shaped volume over two levels, that contains the living rooms. In the upper part is the ‚public ‘living room for invitations and dining with a beautiful view over the lake of Zurich. On the ground level is the family lounge with an exterior patio that can be joined as one room with the living room. All the windows disappear and the inside and outside patio become one. That patio connects all bedrooms and is a lounge to sit together privately and watch a movie.Save this picture!© Bruno HelblingThe circulations in and out of that space are controlled by concrete volumes at the ceiling that condense the space through mass and light and slow the circulation.Save this picture!© Bruno HelblingThe two rooms are crossed above each other, at the ground floor level we pull a wooden curtain around the concrete volume to create the private sleeping quarters.Save this picture!© Bruno HelblingThe upper living room has a shark fin like shape, so the space is very high at the back of the space with northern sky lights, and is lower at the front to frame the view.Save this picture!© Bruno HelblingMass with no windowsThe inside and the outside are joined, as we let all the windows disappear, so there is only the concrete mass left. The inside becomes a covered outside space : Mediterranean feeling in the northern hemisphere.Save this picture!© Bruno HelblingThe absence of the window is the essential instrument to actually unite in and outside space; it is the glass itself that reminds us of the border of in and outside. In many projects nowadays this fact is neglected or simply ignored and therefor glass is used in an extensive way.Save this picture!© Bruno HelblingMass and lightWe chose natural and raw materials like concrete, travertine or wood. The concrete is formed and communicates with the space through light gaps that give that extra feeling of finesse to the shear mass of the concrete. Throughout the whole house indirect lights are giving directions, and attract the periphery of the spaces rather than the center. The indirect light is creating the atmosphere.Save this picture!© Bruno HelblingOn the underground floor there is a gym, a movie room and wine cellar all arranged around the light up masses of the concrete that give the house a whole different playful area. There is raw concrete and raw wood and therefor a lot of texture. Save this picture!SectionProject gallerySee allShow lessTaiyuan Archaeological Museum / Paul Andreu ArchitecteArticlesVideo: ‘Lost Rivers’ TrailerArticles Share CopyAbout this officeGus Wüstemann ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesElerenbachHousesWoodSwitzerlandPublished on October 16, 2012Cite: “2Verandas / Gus Wüstemann Architects” 16 Oct 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
“COPY” Projects Houses Architects: Kurt Krueger Architect Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/431384/kearsarge-residence-kurt-krueger-architect Clipboard Kearsarge Residence / Kurt Krueger ArchitectSave this projectSaveKearsarge Residence / Kurt Krueger Architect Year: Photographs CopyHouses•Los Angeles, United States Year: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/431384/kearsarge-residence-kurt-krueger-architect Clipboard 2012 Save this picture!© Unlimited Style Photography+ 27 Share United States 2012 ArchDaily photographs: Unlimited Style PhotographyPhotographs: Unlimited Style PhotographySave this picture!© Unlimited Style PhotographyText description provided by the architects. The Kearsarge Residence is a major renovation of the 1968 M.G. Residence by the Romanian-American mid-century modernist architect Haralamb H. Georgescu. Save this picture!© Unlimited Style PhotographyLocated on a flag lot in Brentwood, California, the site for the Kearsarge Residence has a unique character as a forest within the city. The challenges of working on a historic architectural home is one filled with a unique set of choices. These choices arise from questioning what makes the house important as well as what elements deserve to be preserved and what can be changed to make the house comfortable and livable for years to come. Save this picture!© Unlimited Style PhotographyWe don’t live today the way we lived forty five years ago and we will live differently forty five years from now. The goal was to honor Georgescu’s work by restoring the house to it’s true character where appropriate as well as updating the house in keeping with the original design spirit.Save this picture!© Unlimited Style PhotographyWe began working on the house after decades of wear and tear as well as modifications by subsequent owners. For example, the open sight lines that are characteristic of Georgescu’s work was interrupted by an owner closing off of the office wall to create an additional bedroom. One of the first tasks was opening up this wall back to it’s original intent, so there is interaction between three levels: The Office, Loft and Living Room.Save this picture!© Unlimited Style PhotographyA major asset to the project was the design-build collaboration with Rhino Construction Inc, which allowed for flexibility and modification during the construction process as the history of the house began to reveal itself when we opened up walls and floors. The ability to adapt to new discoveries while maintaining a commitment to the high level of craftsmanship that the home deserved, became indispensable. As we began to peel back layers of the existing building during construction, we discovered that the ceiling of the main space had a rich blue-grey tone that was simply painted over in white. With the uncovering of more elements, it was determined that the original architect extended this colored ceiling from from the Living Room to the the outdoor soffits, creating an indoor-outdoor effect when standing in the space.Save this picture!© Unlimited Style PhotographyTaking cues from the the original cabinetry, all casework was re-created in mahogany wood. The Dining Room Cabinetry was restored to the original details while most other areas used more modern detailing, but within the same language as the original design. Throughout the process we were constantly asking ourselves “What would Georgescu do today?” Picking up on the original white oak used on the stair treads, this became the species of choice used throughout. The new wood floors replaced large expanses of purple carpet and checkered linoleum. Save this picture!© Unlimited Style PhotographyOn outside, a deteriorated wood decking was replaced with ipe wood while the wood railing posts and metal mesh was replaced with steel posts and a cable rail system. Under the ipe guardrail cap, an LED rope light gives a pleasant glow to the deck for evening and night time entertaining.Save this picture!Second Floor PlanProject gallerySee allShow lessVideo: S. R. Crown Hall / Mies van der RoheVideosFried Pavillion / Amunt Architekten Martenson und Nagel TheissenSelected Projects Share “COPY” Kearsarge Residence / Kurt Krueger Architect CopyAbout this officeKurt Krueger ArchitectOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesLos AngelesHousesUnited StatesPublished on September 26, 2013Cite: “Kearsarge Residence / Kurt Krueger Architect” 26 Sep 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
ArchDaily Photographs Projects Photographs: Filip Dujardin Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Save this picture!© Filip Dujardin+ 15 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/771498/puinhuis-felt Clipboard Houses Manufacturers: KinnasandSave this picture!© Filip DujardinRecommended ProductsWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeCeramicsGrespaniaWall Tiles – Wabi SabiWoodLunawoodThermowood FacadesMetallicsTECU®Copper Surface – Classic CoatedText description provided by the architects. At the outskirts of the quaint Belgian city of Ghent we encounter an idiosyncratic renovation of a classic Flemish townhouse.Save this picture!Courtesy of FELTThe original building was wrapped within a new envelope, delineating the new volume. Carrying three facades, the building is situated on the end of a row of houses. This unique position provides the dwelling three different opportunities of sunlight, a 270° panoramic view and its very own secret garden. The frontal façade is an iteration of the adjacent classical rhythm and white stucco. In contrast the lateral façade is highly specific, suiting its role as the corner piece of the street. The shape still refers to the blank façade of the old building but the wooden vertical cladding and a series of seemingly randomly arranged square windows clearly mark its singularity.Save this picture!Courtesy of FELTA jigsaw of dwelling types can be found within the volume. In the old building three studios are organized around a staircase which leads to the street. While the extension is taken in by the family house and entered through a separate entrance from the side. The ground floor is reserved for a garage, the hall and an office opening up to the harmoniously designed stone garden. The full width and depth of the first floor is occupied by the living room and flanked by a spacious terrace on the South side. The second floor houses the bedrooms, whereas the top floor is conceived as a kind of “crow’s nest”. A versatile space that could serve as workshop, guestroom or private sanctuary containing a small outside space where one can enjoy the magnificent view of the nearby river and marvel at the gloaming sundown.Save this picture!PlansSave this picture!AxonThe whole renovation is coined within the concept of “sustainable living”. At the current moment this means a design for lifelong living, indicating a complete wheelchair accessibility, the presence of an elevator and adjustable sanitation. On the longer term this would translate to a phase-oriented architecture that allows the hybrid building to make new annexations and divisions within. Throughout time, the building can be adjusted according to the present household composition. For instance, the main floor could be rented out as a doctors practice or the “crow’s nest” could be added to the top studio creating a luxury penthouse.Save this picture!© Filip DujardinThe design assignment was not limited to the sole building, but encompassed the landscaping of the garden and the complete interior design. The architects even tailored some of the furniture for the project, echoing the same clear-cut decisions made throughout the design process of renovation.Save this picture!Courtesy of FELTProject gallerySee allShow lessTyche Apartment / CaSA + Margherita SerboliSelected ProjectsPillar Grove / Mamiya Shinichi Design StudioSelected Projects Share CopyHouses, Renovation•Ghent, Belgium Area: 550 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeFELTOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentRenovationGhentBelgiumPublished on August 11, 2015Cite: “Puinhuis / FELT” 11 Aug 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
New Irish fundraising network to be established 18 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis A new network for fundraisers in Ireland — Fundraising Ireland — will be launched in Dublin on 20th June. The event has been designed to maximise networking opportunities amongst fundraisers as well as to learn more about, and contribute to, the early development of Fundraising Ireland. The speakers will include Mary O’Kennedy who will outline what current networks are available, Thora Mackey who will give an overview of ‘special interest groups’ and Deirdre Mortell will speculate what the future holds in fundraising. Fundraising Ireland will be formed in association with the Wheel. The event will begin at 5pm at the Four Seasons in Ballsbridge. Registration is ‚€20 and forms can be obtained from the Wheel website. Advertisement Howard Lake | 30 May 2007 | News Tagged with: Ireland AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
Marriage Care adopts mobile donations across counselling centres AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis6 Tagged with: mobile QR Codes 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. 321 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis6 320 total views, 2 views today Relationship counselling service charity Marriage Care is rolling out mobile payment service MobiCash to all of its centres providing counselling across England and Wales.Marriage Care will be using MobiCash to collect donations for counselling, primarily using QR codes. Once registered, users can make mobile donations by scanning QR codes on Marriage Care’s printed materials, shared digitally or from within the MobiCash app itself. The system also collects Gift Aid.Helen Jeffries, Head of Finance for Marriage Care said:“After an initial pilot to assess the impact of the new technology on a small charity like ours, we are pleased to report that implementing it was relatively straight forward and it greatly simplified processing Gift Aid.”The service has been developed by Compass Plus, an international provider of payments technology, and has been fully integrated with RSM 2000, a UK payment service provider for SMEs and the charity sector. Advertisement Melanie May | 12 May 2020 | News
Google+ Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers Pinterest Letterkenny Town Council has instructed officials to write a 3% reduction in the commercial rate into the budget for next year, but only after Mayor Cllr Tadhg Culbert used his casting vote.The motion was moved by Cllr Dessie Larkin, and supported by his Fianna Fail colleagues.The other members in the chamber said they would like to see a decrease, but would need to see the figures in the budget book before deciding on a 3% reduction when the budget meeting takes place on December 22nd.The meeting was told each 1% drop in rates represents a €50,000 droop in income.Cllr Larkin says if the 3% decrease isn’t written into the estimates before the budget meeting, then programmes would have to be cut to secure a decrease.He’s surprised he didn’t secure wider support.[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/dlark830.mp3[/podcast] Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Fianna Fail Councillors seek 3% cut in Letterkenny commercial rates RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Newsx Adverts By News Highland – October 12, 2010 Facebook Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also 70% of Cllrs nationwide threatened, harassed and intimidated over past 3 years – Report Facebook Minister McConalogue says he is working to improve fishing quota Twitter WhatsApp Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released Previous articleCCTV cameras to be installed at litter blackspotsNext articleCouncil to withdraw water supply if bills aren’t paid News Highland
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