The Lancashire Country Pension Fund and the London Pensions Fund Authority (LPFA) have announced a partnership to create a £10bn (€13bn) pooled investment fund as both schemes look for cost savings and improved governance.It comes as the UK government looks to legislate changes to Local Government Pension Schemes (LGPS), aiming to create two collective investment vehicles for listed and alternative investments.Both pension schemes currently employ in-house investment teams and have stated they wish to increase internal investment expertise.The so-called asset and liability partnership will see the funds merge investment expertise and liability management and will eventually cover all areas, including administration. Investments will be run by an external fund authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and owned jointly by the two funds.The £4.9bn LPFA, created by the merger of several legacy pension arrangements stemming from the abolition of the Greater London Authority, now administers around 20,000 members.The £5.3bn Lancashire Pension Fund provides pensions to 150,000 public sector workers in the North-West English county.Susan Martin, chief executive at the LPFA, told IPE that, aside from pooling assets, the new fund would allow the growth of viable asset classes.The partnership will also improve the funds’ governance and administration, she said.“Liability management starts with having accurate data and ends with finding assets that match liabilities,” she said.Martin added that the structure of the partnership and how it would work in practice were still being discussed with Lancashire, with no firm decisions on which personnel from which scheme would lead the investment fund or where it would be situated.She also said both pension funds had to focus on setting up the partnership in the best interest of members and would not seek any additional pension fund contributors until fully operational.The LPFA shaved nearly £400m from its deficit over the year to April on the back of investment returns and the revamping its fund structure.Martin said this was evidence that the two pension funds could scale up and achieve better investment returns and internal cost savings by working together.Councillor Jennifer Mein, leader of the Lancashire County Council, said the partnership would allow the fund to build on its “proactive approach” to asset and liability management.“The government should be using the good practice of funds to drive up the performance of the Local Government Pension Scheme, rather than dumbing down to the average,” she said.The government is expected to announce its decision on the future of the LGPS in early 2015.Both pension funds responded to government consultation suggesting that mandating switches to passive investment was not the answer to reducing deficits in the LGPS, with more collaboration on governance and liability management mooted as a more appropriate solution.Lancashire previously indicated that it would overhaul its asset allocation, earlier this year tendering for transition managers that could handle mandates worth as much as £5bn ahead of “significant” allocation changes.Other London pension funds have also increased collaboration in recent months, announcing the launch of a collective investment vehicle, looking to reduce the cost of external asset management and allow greater exposure to illiquid assets.
27 Views no discussions Food & DiningLifestyle Game Hens by: – July 29, 2011 Sharing is caring! Share Share Tweet Game Hens.These juicy little chickens are soaked in a zesty fresh herb, lemon, and sea salt marinade for 12 hours before they’re grilled. This process makes them tender and flavorful.If you need to feed a crowd, clip each hen in half with a kitchen shear just before serving; your guests will still get plenty of meat. Garnish each serving with very thin lemon slices.Ingredients:4 1-1/4- to 1-1/2-pound Cornish game hens or 4 medium chicken breast halves (about 2 lbs. total)2 lemons1-1/2 cups snipped fresh herbs, such as oregano and basil1 teaspoon kosher salt or sea salt or salt1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepperDirections:1.Thaw Cornish game hens, if frozen. Finely shred enough lemon peel from 1 of the lemons to make 2 teaspoons peel. In a small bowl combine herbs, salt, pepper, and lemon peel; set aside. Cut one and a half of the lemons into slices; cut remaining lemon half into four wedges.2.To prepare Cornish hens, remove giblets, if present. If desired, remove skin from hens. Rinse hens; pat dry. Place hens on a plate or baking dish. Place 1 lemon quarter in each hen cavity. (If using chicken breasts, omit lemon quarters.) Tie drum sticks to tail using heavy kitchen string. Twist wing tips under the back. Generously pat outside of birds with herb mixture. Lay lemon slices over top. Wrap tightly with plastic wrap and chill in the refrigerator for 12 to 24 hours.3.For a charcoal grill, arrange medium-hot coals around a drip pan. Test for medium heat above the pan. Place Cornish hens (breast side up) on grill rack over drip pan. (Place breasts, bone side down over drip pan.) Cover and grill for 50 to 60 minutes or until meat is tender, no longer pink , and instant-read thermometer inserted into thigh muscle registers 180 degree F. (For a gas grill, preheat grill. Reduce heat to medium. Adjust for indirect cooking. Grill as above.)4.Remove hens from grill. Cover with foil and let stand 10 minutes before carving. Makes 4 servings.Recipe source: Better Homes and Gardens Share
Tweet The story: Free but cannot agree– A man time travels to the future. Share DELROY NESTA WILLIAMS is a writer/poet whose short stories can be found in the Caribbean anthology, Jewels of the Caribbean (Hair On My Chest), published by Potbake Productions and in the 29th Volume of The Caribbean Writer (The Bond) which was shortlisted for the David Hough Prize. His poem (Walcott, I finally get you) was published in the journal “Interviewing the Caribbean” in 2017. He won Dominica’s Independence Celebrations Literary Prize for Short Story in 2012, 2013, 2016 and 2017 and English poetry in 2019. His list of publications include: The Duppy Thursday series (Akashic Books); A Woman of Roseau, (Capitals 2017). He also participated in the Cropper Foundation in Trinidad and Tobago annual writer’s retreat in June/July of 2016, Callaloo Journal’s writer’s retreat at UWI Barbados in 2017, international screenwriters MasterClass (ScriptoKarib), and he is currently a member of the Nature Island Literary Festival management committee. Williams hopes to publish his second book of poetry, “Moods and Attitudes” in 2020, and commence a series of short films in the near future. The story: Tropic Love – Two classmates discover love one summer, Share Tyler George : Tyler George is an eighth-grader. He is of Dominican parentage and lives in Texas. Tyler loves to read and likes to write short stories. He particularly loves cars and hopes to be a NASCAR driver someday. He has incorporated this passion into his entry, “Midnight Run.” About the Author: Guest Writer; Editor, The Flying CrapaudKristopher Noseworthy is a husband and father whose day job revolves around people learning French. He has a masters in education focusing on the intersectional disadvantages of immigrant communities. Most of his professional career has involved either teaching people how to write, or writing himself. One of his best friends is from the Nature Island (Commonwealth of Dominica), and he wishes he could have spent more time there on his last visit.The story: A Force of Nature– A young man discovers a latent genetic ability About the AuthorCatherine Dorsette is a wife, mother and grandmother. She is the author of 12 published books, and currently resides on Montserrat, where she works with the Government of Montserrat. Sam George began writing short stories from an early age, and is an aspiring writer and lyricist. He is currently co-writer on the hit radio drama series Redemption Road.The story: Horror at Round Pan– A young boy is forced to take a terrifying trip to collect water. Delia Cuffy-Weekes: Delia is the 3rd of 10 children; Agriculturist by profession and qualified Social Worker, she is also a cultural enthusiast, advocate, writer, poet, dancer, mother, sister, wife, grandmother, and dramatist.The story: The Reward: A group of children are told a chilling tale by their grandmother. Jade Lindsay is an Antiguan – Dominican student born in 2002. During Miss. Lindsay’s high school career, she developed an appreciation for English which in turn developed an interest in short story writing. Her interest rapidly bloomed into a casual hobby, where she explores short stories inspired by themes dealing with mental illnesses or horror. She aspires to be an English as a second language teacher. Lionel Levy currently resides in the South Florida area. Writing has always been his main outlet for stress relief. Apart from writing, his hobbies include computer programming and attending his son’s football games. The story: Ma Jaime– A young girl sees an apparition who sometimes helps her with homework. About the AuthorNicole Georges-Bennett is a free-lance journalist and radio personality. She is interested in the sci-fi/fantasy genre and self-published a collection of fantasy stories titled, Tales of St.Marts. The story: Spirits of the Mango Tree- A boy has an alien encounter at an infamous mango tree. The story: The Abattoir- A young woman is haunted by a creature of legend. The story: Trapped– A wife writes of her mental suffering The story: The Road to Chemin Letang: A man on a remote mountain path suddenly realises he is not alone. The stories: Robot Fido- An elderly couple try a robotic pet as a companion. The Supermarket– A woman tries to shop ethically EntertainmentLifestyleLocalNews Dominican Authors Release The Flying Crapaud Collective 2020 by: – March 10, 2020 Roy Sanford was born in the Kalinago Territory in Dominica. A journalist and writer, he studied at the Salybia Government School, the St. Andrews High School (now North East Comprehensive) in Londonderry and St. John’s University in New York.He has written for a number of publications in the US, was a journalist at the Jamaica Gleaner, and Editor of Dominica News Online for almost ten years.Sanford has written a book of short stories called “Three Nights Later, the Soukouyan on the Roof and Other Stories,” and is presently working on another collection. He is the third of five children, is married and father to one son. The stories: Mon sé mèt ou! (I am your master!))- A scorned lover plans supernatural revenge Laudat Village– a trip home from a community meeting leads to a horrifying encounter. The story: She’s Not Little – A young boy meets his favourite fairytale character but she is not as he imagined. Sharing is caring! About the Author Ronald Deschamps, aka Ron Dee. Ron has been part of the Dominica Arts and Cultural Movement from the early days of People’s Action Theatre. Ron participated in stage plays, dance interpretations and radio drama. As an artist and illustrator, he has collaborated with a number of well known writers on various books. Notably Giftus John and Ras Mo Moses. A writer and poet, Ron has developed the largest gathering of Dominican Poets worldwide on the Facebook platform, Domnichen Poetic Circle. Professionally, Ron continues to work as an architect/designer in NYC. About the AuthorKristine Simelda was born in the US, but has been a citizen of the Eastern Caribbean island of Dominica for the past twenty-five years. During that time she has written and published three adult novels—A Face in the River, River of Fire, and Nobody Owns the Rainbow, as well as a novella for young adults, Back to the River. Her short fiction has appeared in St Somewhere Journal; New African Journal of Politics, Culture and Politics; Jewels of the Caribbean; Poui: Cave Hill Journal of Creative Writing; The Caribbean American Heritage Literary Magazine; Interviewing the Caribbean; WomanSpeak; Caribbean Women: New Voices, Emerging Perspectives; thrice on Akashic’s Duppy Thursday, and in the Caribbean Folio of Anomaly Magazine, Issue 28. She is the co-founder of Waitukubuli Writers, a group of aspiring poets and writers based in Dominica. Her website is www.kristinesimelda.wordpress.com A group of Dominican authors have released the first edition of a fantasy, folklore and sci-fi anthology, titled “The Flying Crapaud Collective”. “The Flying Crapaud contains short stories from sixteen authors, who range in writing experience from youths to published authors, and who write in different genres.Co-editor of the collection, Nicole Georges-Bennett explains what ties the authors and stories together is Dominican culture, “All of our authors are Dominicans, with a shared interest in the Nature isle’s culture, heritage, and our storytelling traditions. We are a collective bound by our love for Dominica, and our work is deeply informed by that culture. So while some of the stories are typical of our traditional folklore, readers will also be introduced to new concepts and characters that evolve out of that aesthetic.”The Flying Crapaud Collective is being promoted as a collection of stories that embrace both the weird and the wonderful. The authors include award winning authors like Delroy “Nesta” Williams, Kristine Simelda, Roy Sanford, Catherine Dorsette, Delia Cuffy-Weekes, Nicole Georges-Bennett; Sharon Dorival, Sam George, Dorothy Leevy, Lionel Levy, Ronald Deschamps, Alicia Le Bruin, and youth writers, Jade Lindsay, Hezron Dorival and Tyler George. The Flying Crapaud Collective is edited by Kristopher Noseworthy, who also contributed a story to the book.The stories, are primarily based on fantasy: A boy is too terrified to collect water from a nearby river; A girl receives homework help from an apparition; A man on a remote mountain path suddenly realises he is not alone; A young woman is haunted by a creature of legend; A teacher tries to discover the truth behind a village folktale; A scorned lover plots supernatural revenge, amongst other bizarre tales.The Flying Crapaud is now available for sale on Amazon.com, on Kindle e-books, and on www.theflyingcrapaud.com. 119 Views no discussions Contributing Authors (TFC 2020) Share Hezron Dorival is a middle school student who enjoys writing, and entering writing contests via Freedom with Writing. Although I haven’t won any of contests yet my zeal for writing has not died, but rather it has been enhanced. I have learned so much by taking part in these writing contests. The story: The snake up on the mountain– A boy goes on a vengeful hunt for a monster.. Alicia LeBruin hails from the beautiful Village of Calibishie. She is a 25 year-old. mother of two and an aspiring author. Writing has always been her passion and ignites the spark within her. Alicia has been writing ever since she could hold a pen, but only recently begun publicly sharing her work. Her dream is to publish her work. In 2016 I started a Facebook page showcasing my work which are mainly poems highlighting Dominican lifestyle, culture and situations. Her latest project is a short novel based in her village which she hopes to complete and release in 2020. The story: Midnight Run– A high octane car race has high stakes. Dorothy Leevy is a graduate of the University of Toronto where she pursued studies in English language and Literature with French and psychology as minors. She served as the first Lay principal of the Dominica Convent High School for 21 years. Though she retired in 2004, she is still actively involved in church and community where she gives voluntary service. She is married to Alfred Leevy and they have four children.The story: The Teacher, The Dog and The Girl– A teacher seeks the truth behind a village folktale. Sharon Dorival writes stories about her life, friends, and her travels around the world. She writes stories to warm the heart, enlighten and arouse the senses and emotions, teach and awaken sensory delights.
Patsy F. Holdsworth, 74, of Versailles passed away at 9:45pm, Monday, June 17, 2019 at Aspen Place in Greensburg. She was born in Richmond, Kentucky on October 6, 1944 the daughter of Hosea and Thelma Scott Wilson. She was married to Gary Holdsworth on April 9, 1966 and her husband of 53 years survives. Other survivors include two sons Scott (Kara) Holdsworth of Greensburg, and Brian (Stacy) Holdsworth of Zionsville; four grandchildren Jocelyn, Braden, Macy, and Chancey Holdsworth; one step-grandson Brandon (Lindsey) Seabolt of Versailles; three step-great-grandchildren Addison, Kamryn, and Cooper Seabolt. She was preceded in death by her son Barry Holdsworth, her parents, and her brother Keith Wilson. Mrs. Holdsworth was a 1962 graduate of the Owsley County High School in Booneville, Kentucky. She received her Bachelors degree in music education in 1966 from Eastern Kentucky University and in 1968 received her Masters degree in music education from Eastern Kentucky. Mrs. Holdsworth began her teaching career in 1966 teaching music at the Grant County (Ky.) Elementary School. In 1967 she and Mr. Holdsworth moved to Versailles and embarked on a music teaching career at South Ripley that spanned over 30 years. Whether at home, church, or school, she and Gary were always a team. In her early years at South Ripley she taught music to all 12 grades and also taught English. Upon her retirement in 1999 she continued to share her gift of music sub teaching at Jennings County, Milan, South Decatur, and also returning to South Ripley. One of her proudest accomplishments at South Ripley was establishing the Young Confederates, a singing group which recently celebrated 50 years. Mrs. Holdsworth was named Teacher of the Year on two different occasions during her tenure at South Ripley. Mrs. Holdsworth was a 52 year member of the Tyson United Methodist Church in Versailles where she served as pianist and also in several other capacities, including serving as state president of the United Methodist Women. She was also a member of the Ripley County Retired Teachers Association, Tri-Kappa, and Delta Kappa Gamma, a national teacher’s sorority who named her a Statewide Woman of Distinction at their 2019 conference. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, June 22nd at 10am at South Ripley High School in Versailles with Lay Speaker Paula Hall officiating. Burial will be in the Cliff Hill Cemetery in Versailles. Visitation will be on Friday from 3pm to 8pm at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles and from 9am until time of services Saturday at the school. Memorials may be given to the Holdsworth Music Scholarship or the Indiana Chapter of the ALS Foundation in care of the funeral home.
But Koeman is weighing up his attacking options with the January transfer window due to open on Saturday. When asked whether he was about to dip into the transfer market, Koeman said at his pre-match press conference: “At the moment, no. “Like I mentioned before, if we need to sign a player, it needs to be a striker. “But that also depends on the situation of Jay and what will happen with Graziano. It’s too early to make conclusions about that. “We still have to wait to see how they recover and how long it takes, and then we’ll make a decision about what we have to do.” Shane Long is set to lead the line again for Saints at Carrow Road. Koeman is currently without Graziano Pelle and Jay Rodriguez through injury, although both are expected to be back in action in the near future. Pelle has been missing since Christmas with a knee injury and will also sit out this weekend’s trip to Norwich, while Rodriguez is due back in late January after foot surgery. Southampton boss Ronald Koeman admits he may have to dip into the transfer market for a striker if his current frontmen remain unfit. Press Association
ATLANTA – Even guarded by Ben Lammers, Georgia Tech’s best player and one of the best interior defenders in the country, Taurean Thompson had his way.Whether a turnaround hook, pump fake and drive or mid-range jumper, Thompson proved why he’s still undoubtedly Syracuse’s best interior scorer. The freshman poured in 14 first-half points, the most of anyone on the floor, while hitting 50 percent from the field.Thompson was one rare bright spot in a stagnant offense for Syracuse (16-12, 8-7 Atlantic Coast) in its 71-65 loss to Georgia Tech (16-11, 7-7) at McCamish Pavilion on Sunday night. While the offense as a whole struggled, especially for the first chunk of the second half, Thompson finished with a team-high 18 points and 12 boards. He also logged his first career double-double while avoiding late foul trouble to give Syracuse’s offense a glimmer of hope before its bout with No. 10 Duke (22-5, 10-4) on Wednesday.“I felt like they didn’t wanna pressure me a lot,” Thompson said. “It felt like the focal point wasn’t me, so it opened me up for a lot of opportunities.”This season, Thompson has scored in spurts. He’s done so often at the beginning of second halves, but against the Yellow Jackets the SU freshman operated at will right after the ball tipped.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAfter blocking a pair of shots to in the first 4:22, Thompson hit a pair of foul shots after grabbing two offensive rebounds and drawing a foul. Then he cut baseline to flush home a John Gillon feed. Then a catch at the foul line followed by a turn, drive and left-handed finish with contact.“I think he was aggressive and confident. He carried us in the first half,” fifth-year senior Andrew White said. “It’s just good for him to be out there to kind of give us a spark just because they had a problem defending the interior players, so he did a good job, had a lot of different moves in this game.”Lammers came into the game ranked second nationally in blocks per game (3.3) and more than lived up to that billing, swatting a game-high seven shots. Thompson was on the wrong end of some, but got his fare share of payback on both ends. After hitting a long 2-pointer in front of the Yellow Jackets’ bench, Thompson held up three fingers before realizing his foot was on the line, instead putting one finger down and grinning on his way back down the court with Syracuse up seven late in the first half.Thompson only scored four points on nine shots in the second half, partly because he temporarily exited with 13:13 remaining after picking up his fourth foul. It’s about the only thing that weighed down the freshman — a consistent problem this season.Thompson faces that challenge again when the powerhouse Blue Devils arrive in central New York on Wednesday at 7 p.m. Mike Krzyzewski’s frontcourt is powered by fifth-year senior Amile Jefferson, and Thompson likely won’t go as unnoticed as he thought he did against Georgia Tech.The Blue Devils are among the favorites in Vegas to win the national title, and it’ll take another herculean effort from Syracuse – including a foul-trouble free night from Thompson – to give the Orange a chance to pull off yet another Top-10 upset.“He’s a 15-point-a-game scorer,” Boeheim said Monday, “if he could stay out of foul trouble.” Comments Published on February 21, 2017 at 10:32 pm Contact Matt: email@example.com | @matt_schneidman Facebook Twitter Google+
The USC women’s beach volleyball team lost 2-3 to their crosstown rivals UCLA Wednesday night. The Women of Troy were coming off a tough loss against Pepperdine.Sophomore Joy Dennis serves the ball in the Trojans’ home match against UCLA. Sunny Dong | Daily TrojanThe matches opened up on the 5th court, where the USC senior duo Jenna Belton and Jo Kremer took on UCLA junior Izzy Carey and freshman Megan Muret. Early on, the veteran duo Belton and Kremer showed why they were labeled by the USC’s coaches as “the group you can leave alone,” by going up 17-13 early on in the first set.However, the lead would be short-lived as Muret and Carey would use an 8-3 run to steal the first set from USC. UCLA would carry on the momentum from the first set, going up 11-6 early on in the second set, and dominantly finished the game 21-10 to earn UCLA its first point of the match.On court four, junior Katrina Kernochan and graduate student Alexandra Poletto took on UCLA freshman Mac May, a former Gatorade player of the year, and senior Elisa Zappia. After falling behind early in the first set 4-8, the Kernochan and Poletto duo fought back to bring it to 11-11. Kernochan and Poletto used their size as an advantage — using high shots to keep the defense off balance. Despite taking a timeout with the score at 17-18, May and Zappia would use a 3-1 run to close out the first set. In a highly competitive second set, UCLA continued to attack the 5-foot-9 Kernochan, stuffing her at the net multiple times. Despite that, USC seized a 17-14 lead behind Poletto’s proficiency near the net. Though UCLA had a 4-0 run to tie the second set at 19 a piece, Kernochan closed it out to win 21-19 and force a third set. In the decisive third set, May and Zappia used powerful shots and a 6-1 run to open up 9-5. With all of the momentum on the Bruins’ side, Kernochan dominated the next few points to tie it at 12-12. Poletto and Kernochan were unable to close the deal and fell 14-16 off of May’s kill.On the second court, senior Terese Cannon and freshman Sammy Slater were also unable to get any momentum going for USC, losing the first set 15-21. They fought back hard in the second set to go up 12-11. Despite their efforts, sophomore Lily Justine and junior Sarah Sponcil came back to win 21-17, and seal the overall win for UCLA.With USC behind 0-3 and the match decided, the Women of Troy would turn to their No. 1 pair of freshman Tina Graudina and junior Abril Bustamante to win a game as they faced off against UCLA’s twins Nicole and Megan McNamara. The McNamara twins, who were riding a 16-game winning streak, showed their dominance by going up on USC 9-16 early in the first set and closing it out 16-21. The McNamaras were noticeably sloppier in the second set, and USC capitalized winning the second set 21-17. In the competitive third set, Graudina and Bustamante won 16-14 to get USC its first victory. Graudina, has stepped in as an immediate contributor for USC and she has reaped high praise from the coaches. Assistant coach Dain Blanton told the Pac-12 Network that he “wouldn’t be surprised” if Graudina was to be selected to represent Latvia in the 2020 Olympic Games.The dual would be finished with sophomore Joy Dennis and freshman Haley Hallgren taking on the reigning Pac-12 pair of the week, Savvy Simo and Zana Muno. They came out strong against the streaking pair, winning 21-19 in the first set. Dennis and Hallgren came out swinging again in the second set jumping on the Bruins 6-1, but Simo and Muno fought back to take the second set 17-21. USC at least took the third set 15-8, but ended the match with a loss.With Wednesday’s 3-2 victory, UCLA has now won two out of three duals against USC in 2018. Up next, the Women of Troy will welcome Pepperdine on April 10 at 5 p.m. The game will be broadcast on the Pac-12 Network.
Chiemelie EzeobiAs part of the activities earmarked to celebrate the 54th anniversary of the Nigerian Air Force (NAF), it’s personnel from the Logistics Command in Lagos, engaged it’s host community in a novelty match.The Air Force personnel defeated its host community, Mafoluku, 1-0 in a football match which took place at Ato Field inside the Sam Ethnan Base in Ikeja. In an interview with journalists after the game, the Air Officer Commanding, Logistics Command, Air Vice Marshal Nnamdi Ekeh, said the novelty match was organised to enhance civil-military relations in the areaHe said, â€œOther activities lined up for the NAF 54th anniversary includes, aerial display, medical outreach, ceremonial parade and gala night.â€œAs we all know, the Chief of Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshal Sadiq Abubakar, supported good and cordial civil military relations and has approved some of the programmes on civic activities as part of the event for the anniversary.”The AOC said the novelty match with the host community was in line with the CASâ€™ vision, aimed at fostering the existing cordial relationship between the duo.â€œIf we are at peace with our home communities, progress is faster and that is why the CAS is passionate about civil military relations.“Apart from what happened today, we have the rocket team that participates in the national league,â€ he said.The traditional ruler in the community, Oba Shakirudeen Adeshina, commended the military for its efforts in sustaining civil military relations among the communities.Asides the novelty match, there were other activities like the Tug Of War and cultural display which spiced up the occasion.Present at the novelty match was the 651 Base Group Commander, Air Commodore Musbau Olatunji and other senior officers.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Share Share Oddschecker: ‘Unusual circumstances’ fail to hinder Royal Ascot traffic July 23, 2020 Submit StumbleUpon Richard FitzGerald steps down as RMG CEO August 6, 2020 Restructured GVC sidelines Oddschecker affiliate services July 8, 2020 Horseracing broadcaster Racing UK has announced the launch of its new seamless website, seeking to become the best ‘one-stop shop’ for all racing enthusiasts and punters.The website upgrade will see racinguk.com optimised for all devices (mobile, tablet and desktop). Racing UK detailed that a number of changes had been undertaken in order to improve user-journey, engagement with video content and access to feature content, news and race information.For betting punters, racinguk.com will now feature a price comparison tool powered by Oddschecker.com as well as free access to Timeform’s ‘Premium Ratings and Flags’, which will be available 30 minutes before each race start.Boosting its subscription services, Racing UK has added a dedicated live race-course feed/stream for its ‘Racing UK Extra’ digital channel, which will be further available to ‘Day Pass’ customers.Moving forward Racing UK details that its website members will now have the fastest access to race results and information. To mark its brand new website, Racing UK is offering the leading channel for £10 per month. Related Articles
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisThanks to the search and rescue efforts of officials in Alpena and K-9 units from out of town an 84–year–old Alpena women has been found safe.According to the Alpena Police Department, Eloise Shubert who has dementia was found at a nearby residence home after being reported missing around 5:30 Saturday evening.Shubert was found around 10:30 pm after wandering around Tuttle Street entering the home of a neighbor while he was away.The Alpena Police Department, The Alpena County Sheriff’s Department/Search and Rescue Unit, Michigan State Police, and the Alpena Fire Department were all hands on deck in efforts to find Ms. Shubert.Local officials weren’t the only ones on duty. K–9 units from Southfield Police Department, Roscommon County Sheriff’s Department, and Brighton Police Department who happen to be here in training also assisted in the search.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious ‘I Love a Piano’ opens at Thunder Bay TheatreNext What’s Trending for October 1