Border Timbers Limited (BRDR.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Agricultural sector has released it’s 2006 annual report.For more information about Border Timbers Limited (BRDR.zw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Border Timbers Limited (BRDR.zw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Border Timbers Limited (BRDR.zw) 2006 annual report.Company ProfileBorder Timbers is a forestry and sawmilling company in Zimbabwe, with a long history in Manicaland. The company operates five forest estates and three sawmills; with the principal products being pine and eucalyptus. Established in 1979, Border Timbers is the amalgamation of three organisations; Border Eastern Forest Estates, Renfee Timbers (Pvt) Limited and Forestry Management Services. The company is a subsidiary of the Rift Valley Corporation, boasting a plantation size of 47 800 hectares. The forest estates are in Sheba, Charter and Tilbury; with a combined annual output of over 160 000 cubic metres, 95% of that is pine. Rough sawn timber is processed at factories in Mutare, and sold directly to the public. The Paulington Factory manufactures products for the veneer, plywood and blockboard market, and the Nyakamete Factory produces doors, shelves and other timber products for export. Border Timbers is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange
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“Reggie likes to eat produce, breads, corn and donuts,” William Stockdale, Rick’s young son, said. “Chocolate donuts are his favorite.” Raising these ginormous swine is a family effort. Rick Stockdale, his wife, their three sons and their grandfather all have a hand taking care of these pigs. They attribute their hogs’ large stature to a ‘special’ diet. Facebook Twitter SHARE The family didn’t plan on having the World’s Largest Male Hog when they bought him four years ago, but now they wouldn’t have it any other way. Reggie will spend the rest of the State Fair in a labeled pen near the west entrance of the Swine Barn. By Gary Truitt – Aug 3, 2013 The Stockdale family of Chelsea, Ind., knows how to grow some large hogs. They swept the top two spots in the World’s Largest Hog competition at the Indiana State Fair. Their male hog, Reggie, took the title by tipping the scales at 1,205 pounds. He also won the title in 2011. The 6 year-old Red Wattle beat out his half-brother, Ace, by 35 pounds in what has become a very large sibling rivalry. The ‘big genes’ have also been passed on to the next generation as Reggie has a son who is well on his way to becoming the next World’s Largest Hog. He is already weighing in at 900 pounds. SHARE Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Reggie is “World’s Largest Hog” at Indiana State Fair Reggie is “World’s Largest Hog” at Indiana State Fair Previous articleIndiana State Fair Creates World’s Largest Popcorn BallNext articleNot Getting Paid to Feed Someone Else’s Horse? Gary Truitt
Record Harvest Helps Indiana Port Set Record Facebook Twitter Previous articleClinton Meets with Iowa Farmers to Discuss RFSNext articleMost Planters Still Not Running in Indiana Gary Truitt The Port of Indiana-Mount Vernon recorded the highest quarterly shipments by any port in Ports of Indiana’s over 50-plus year history during the first quarter of 2015. This was the second consecutive quarter the port broke this record. First quarter shipments increased three percent over the fourth quarter of 2014 and were up 48 percent over 2014’s first quarter. A key driver for the high volumes was a 36 percent increase in grain shipments. By Gary Truitt – Apr 15, 2015 Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Record Harvest Helps Indiana Port Set Record SHARE SHARE “Being located in the most fertile agricultural region in the world, grain is one of the largest volume commodities handled through the Port of Indiana-Mount Vernon,” said Phil Wilzbacher, Port Director. “On an annual basis, port companies trade or process approximately 75 million bushels of corn, soybeans and wheat. During the first quarter, Consolidated Grain and Barge handled a significant increase in corn shipments. CGB is a very progressive grain trading business and our partnership with this company continues to grow even after more than 30 years.”Grain volumes were helped in part by the record harvest of 2014 while fertilizer and steel shipments were up 16 percent and 10 percent, respectively. In addition, mineral and magnetite volumes increased significantly.Coal shipments handled by Alliance Coal also remained strong during the first quarter, up significantly from the first quarter of 2014 and accounted for just over half of the port’s total shipments.Located on the Ohio River in Southwest Indiana near Evansville, the port is a multimodal hub connecting the Midwest to world markets with year-round routes to the Gulf of Mexico, over 20 states and the Great Lakes via the U.S. Inland Waterways System. The port also provides connections to five Class I railroads and ocean vessels in the Gulf of Mexico. Current port companies ship cargo to or from 20 countries and 44 states.Mount Vernon is ranked as the seventh largest port district on the Inland Waterways System. The port recently expanded and now has 600 acres available for development by companies that would benefit from its multimodal connections.
Click here to combat online censorship now. November 7, 2006 – Updated on January 25, 2016 List of the 13 Internet enemies Organisation News Help by sharing this information – TurkmenistanWith less than 1 per cent of the population online, this is one of the world’s least connected countries. President Separmurad Nyazov is a central Asian Kim Jong-Il, wielding total control over the media. Not only is the Turkmen Internet censored, it is also forbidden territory for the vast majority of the population.- UzbekistanOfficial censorship seems to have become even tougher since the bloody crackdown on the pro-democracy protests in Andidjan in May 2005. The iron-fisted government led by President Islam Karimov blocks access to most independent websites dealing with Uzbekistan, which are usually hosted on servers in Russia, and to NGO websites that criticise its human rights violations.- VietnamThe Vietnamese government is negotiating its admission to the World Trade Organisation and is in the uncomfortable position of being squeezed by the international community. Unlike neighbouring China, it is unable to completely ignore the demands of foreign diplomats. It therefore seems to be tending to soften its control over news and information, and hesitates to crack down on dissidents. Several cyber-dissidents, the most famous of whom was Pham Hong Son, were released in 2005 and 2006. This relative forbearance seems to have breathed new life into Vietnam’s pro-democracy movement, which is making admirable use of the Internet to organise and circulate independently-sourced news domestically. A group calling itself “8406″ even launched an online petition in the summer of 2006, signed by hundreds of people using their real names, calling on the government to begin political reforms. This use of the Internet by young democrats alarms the authorities, who are still often ready to use force to silence these cyber-dissidents. Ten people have been arrested this year for what they said on the Internet. Four of them are still detained. The government has a monopoly of telecommunications and does not hesitate to block access to opposition websites if it feels the need, especially at election time. Independent online publications are also often hacked. In March 2006, for example, several websites critical of President Alexandre Lukashenko mysteriously disappeared from the Internet for several days. The online demo is also accessible on a miror Web site, for those who cannot access www.rsf.orgThe list of 13 Internet enemiesThree countries – Nepal, Maldives and Libya – have been removed from the annual list of Internet enemies, which Reporters Without Borders publishes today. But many bloggers were harassed and imprisoned this year in Egypt, so it has been added to the roll of shame reserved for countries that systematically violate online free expression.Countries in alphabetical order :- Belarus Countries removed from the list- LibyaReporters Without Borders confirmed, during a fact-finding visit, that the Internet is no longer censored in Libya. Furthermore, no cyber-dissident has been detained since Abdel Razak Al Mansuri’s release in March 2006. Reporters Without Borders nonetheless still regards President Muammar Gaddafi as a press freedom predator. – CubaWith less than 2 per cent of its population online, Cuba is one of the most backward Internet countries. An investigation carried out by Reporters Without Borders in October revealed that the Cuban government uses several levers to ensure that this medium is not used in a “counter-revolutionary” way. Firstly, it has more or less banned private Internet connections. To surf the Internet or check their e-mail, Cubans have to go to public access points such as Internet cafes, universities and “youth computer clubs” where their activity is more easily monitored. Secondly, the computers in all the Internet cafes and leading hotels contain software installed by the Cuban police that triggers an alert message whenever “subversive” key-words are spotted. The regime also ensures that there is no Internet access for dissidents and independent journalists, for whom communicating with people abroad is an ordeal. Finally, the government also relies on self-censorship. You can get 20 years in prison for writing “counter-revolutionary” articles for foreign websites. You can even get five years just for connecting to the Internet illegally. Few Internet users dare to run the risk of defying the regime’s censorship.- EgyptAside from a few sites linked to the Muslim Brotherhood’s religious movements, Egypt does little online filtering. But President Hosni Mubarak, who has been in power since 1981, displays an extremely disturbing authoritarianism as regards the Internet. Three bloggers were arrested in June 2006 and were held for two to three months for calling for democratic reforms. Others have been harassed, such as Coptic blogger Hela Hemi Botros, who was forced to close down her blog in August under pressure from the police. Finally, a Council of State administrative court recently ruled that the authorities could block, suspend of close down any website likely to pose a threat to “national security.” This could open the way to extensive online censorship.- IranRepression of bloggers seems to have declined in 2006. Whereas around 20 were imprisoned in 2005, only Arash Sigarchi is in jail at the moment. But Internet filtering has stepped up and Iran today boasts of filtering 10 million “immoral” websites. Pornographic sites, political sites and those dealing with religion are usually the ones most targeted. But since the summer of 2006, the censors have concentrated on online publications dealing with women’s rights. The authorities also recently decided to ban broadband connections. This could be explained by a concern not to overload the very poor-quality Iranian network, but it could also be motivated by a desire to prevent the downloading of Western cultural products such as films and songs. – ChinaChina unquestionably continues to be the world’s most advanced country in Internet filtering. The authorities carefully monitor technological progress to ensure that no new window of free expression opens up, After initially targeting websites and chat forums, they nowadays concentrate on blogs and video exchange sites. China now has nearly 17 million bloggers. This is an enormous number, but very few of them dare to tackle sensitive issues, still less criticise government policy. Firstly, because China’s blog tools all include filters that block “subversive” word strings. Secondly, because the companies operating these services, both Chinese and foreign, are pressured by the authorities to control content. They employ armies of moderators to clean up the content produced by the bloggers. Finally, in a country in which 52 people are currently in prison for expressing themselves too freely online, self-censorship is obviously in full force. Just five years ago, many people thought Chinese society and politics would be revolutionised by the Internet, a supposedly uncontrollable medium. Now, with China enjoying increasing geopolitical influence, people are wondering the opposite, whether perhaps China’s Internet model, based on censorship and surveillance, may one day be imposed on the rest of the world. Reporters Without Borders publishes its annual list of countries that most suppress online free expression and launches its campaign : 24 hours against Internet censorship. Act now ! Vote against the Internet black holes and send a message to Yahoo!’s founder, Jerry Yang. – MaldivesNo cyber-dissident has been imprisoned in the Maldives since Fathimath Nisreen, Mohamed Zaki and Ahmad Didi were released between May 2005 and February 2006. President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom is still viewed by Reporters Without Borders as a press freedom predator but his policies towards the Internet no longer justify keeping his country on the list of Internet enemies.- NepalReporters Without Borders has observed a marked improvement in freedom of expression since King Gyanendra backed down and democratic rule was restored in May 2006. The Internet is no longer censored and no harassment or arbitrary detention of any blogger has been reported. – BurmaThe Burmese government’s Internet policies are even more repressive than those of its Chinese and Vietnamese neighbours. The military junta clearly filters opposition websites. It keeps a very close eye on Internet cafes, in which the computers automatically execute screen captures every five minutes, in order to monitor user activity. The authorities targeted Internet telephony and chat services in June, blocking Google’s Gtalk, for example. The aim was two-fold: to defend the profitable long-distance telecommunications market, which is controlled by state companies, as well as to stop cyber-dissidents from using a means of communication that is hard to monitor. – North KoreaLike last year, North Korea continues to be the world’s worst Internet black hole. Only a few officials are able to access the web, using connections rented from China. The country’s domain name – .nk – has still not been launched and the few websites created by the North Korean government are hosted on servers in Japan or South Korea. It is hard to believe this is simply the result of economic difficulties in a country which today is capable of manufacturing nuclear warheads. The North Korean journalists who have found refuge in South Korea are very active on the Internet, especially on the www.dailynk.com website.- Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia does not hide its online censorship. Unlike China, where website blocking is disguised as technical problems, Saudi Arabia’s filters clearly tell Internet users that certain websites are banned. Censorship concentrates on pornographic content, but it also targets opposition websites, Israeli publications, or sites dealing with homosexuality. Blogs also pose a problem to the Saudi censors. Last year they tried to completely block access to the country’s biggest blog tool, blogger.com. But they backed off a few days later and now they just block the blogs that are deemed unacceptable. In June of this year, for example, the intimate diary of “Saudi Eve,” a young woman who dared to talk about her love life and criticise government censorship, was added to the blacklist.- SyriaSyria is the Middle East’s biggest prison for cyber-dissidents, with three people currently detained for criticising the authorities online. They are systematically tortured and subjected to inhumane conditions. The government bans access to Arabic-language opposition sites and sites dealing with Syria’s Kurdish minority.- TunisiaIn 2005, Tunisia had the honour of hosting the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS), a big UN event about the Internet’s future. Yet President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali’s Internet policies are among the most repressive in the world. All the Internet cafes are state-controlled. They filter web content and are under close police surveillance. It is, for example, impossible to access the Reporters Without Borders website from inside Tunisia. The security services also constantly harass independent bloggers and opposition website editors to ensure that self-censorship prevails. One cyber-dissident, Mohammed Abbou, has been imprisoned since March 2005 for criticising the president in an online newsletter. RSF_en
Linkedin Limerick’s O’Connell Street Revitalisation Works to go ahead Dancer Lisa McLaughlin, Arts Officer Sheila Deegan and Deputy Mayor Frankie Daly at the launch of the Autonomy Project.Photo: Sean Curtin Limerick Artist Receives Arts Council Next Generation Award worth €20,000 Some of the attendance at the launch of the Autonomy ProjectPhoto: Sean Curtin O’Donnell Welcomes Major Enhancement Works for Castletroy Neighbourhood Park Advertisement At the launch of the Autonomy Project were (Back row): Paul Langan and Angie Smalas, (Limerick Youth Centre); Reg Allen and Boris Hunka (Music Generation). Middle row: Rachel Newland (GOSHH); Deputy Metropolitan Mayor Frankie Daly and Jenny Roche (Irish World Academy). Front row: Arts Officer Sheila Deegan, Pippa Little, Arts Office and Dancer Lisa McLaughlinPhoto: Sean CurtinA new music project has been launched in Limerick to harness the power of activism in young people.The Autonomy Project is a bold initiative that focuses on a global resurgence in art and youth activism, providing a platform to explore how individual autonomy can be expressed in society.Arts Council funding was awarded on the basis of a joint submission from Limerick City and County Council and project coordinator Lisa McLoughlin who is a locally based dance artist and academic.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “The Autonomy Project will bring together the work of internationally recognised artists, Limerick based youth groups and academics to explore the theme of autonomy across a wide spectrum of voices or perspectives,” Ms McLoughlin explained.“At its centre, Phase One of this project proposes to ask the young artists of Limerick: what do you want to change and how?”Limerick Arts and Culture Officer Sheila Deegan said that the Arts Council strategy for public engagement in the arts includes a focus on young people who are regarded as a key focus of their relationship with local government.“Alongside this strategic objective, the Taoiseach launched Creative Youth – A Plan to Enable the Creative Potential of Every Child and Young Person. Limerick is leading the way with the Autonomy Project in delivering these strategic objectives and with the Autonomy Project we recognise that young people are the curators of their own lived experience, navigating the daily realities of life in a way which is both unique and familiar to them, Ms Deegan explained”. Twitter Facebook Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin, Patrick O’Brien, Steve Ryan and Boris Hunka at the launch of the Autonomy Project.Photo: Sean Curtin WhatsApp Tony Monaghan and God Knows, Music Generation at the launch of the Autonomy Project.Photo: Sean Curtin Call to extend Patrickswell public sewer line Phase One of The Autonomy Project will be delivered in partnership with organisations such as Limerick Youth Theatre, Dance Limerick, The Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, Music Generation and GOSHH with a performance at Limerick Fringe next April.An international symposium led by Dr Niamh Nic Ghabhann with contributors on art and autonomy will also take place in April at the University of Limerick.See more community news here 1 of 6 Print Email New parklet changes Catherine Street dining experience TAGSActivismarts councilAutonomy projectLimerick City and County CouncilLisa McLoughlinSheila Deeganyoung people RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR At the launch of the Autonomy Project were Dara Murphy, Deputy Mayor Frankie Daly and Victor HoganPhoto: Sean Curtin NewsCommunityEntertainmentMusicLimerick music project to harness youth activismBy Editor – December 11, 2017 2505 Previous articleShannon goddess helps improve Limerick cityscapeNext articleLimerick TD welcomes planning approval for Athea sewerage scheme Editor Adam McNamara, Kildimo, Patrick Griffin, Drombana, Deputy Mayor Frankie Daly and Tyrone Guillen, Thomondgate at the launch of the Autonomy project.Photo: Sean Curtin Ireland’s First Ever Virtual Bat Walk to take place in Limerick
Facebook San Antonio College wins Aspen Prize WhatsApp TAGSAspen PrizeCommunity CollegeOdessa CollegeSan Antonio College Facebook By Odessa American – May 18, 2021 Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Local NewsOdessa College Twitter Pinterest Previous articleDAILY OIL PRICE: May 18, 2021Next articleCity of Odessa receives state award Odessa American The $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, awarded every two years, was bestowed on San Antonio College in a virtual event Tuesday.The Aspen Prize is the nation’s signature recognition for America’s community colleges — as President Obama called it, “basically the Oscars for great community colleges,” the organization’s website said.San Antonio College won $600,000. A first-time finalist for the Aspen Prize, San Antonio College serves 35,000 students, two-thirds of whom are Hispanic, Black, or Native American — a far more diverse population than community colleges on average, a release said.Its graduation and transfer rate improved nearly 20 points over four years, to 48 percent, 2 points above the national average, the release said.Reflecting its unwavering dedication to advancing student success, Odessa is one of only six community colleges out of the more than 1,000 nationwide to be a top 10 finalist for the Aspen Prize three or more times, a news release said.The Aspen Prize honors institutions with outstanding achievement in six areas: teaching and learning, certificate and degree completion, transfer and bachelor’s attainment, workforce success, equity for students of color and students from low-income backgrounds, and leadership and institutional culture, the release said.By focusing on student success and lifting up models that work, the Aspen Prize aims to celebrate excellence, advance a focus on equitable student success, and stimulate replication of effective culture and practice, the release said.“Aspen Prize finalists serve as models for what community colleges can achieve,” Joshua Wyner, executive director of the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program, said in the release. “Odessa College’s leaders, faculty, and staff have continued to demonstrate their deep dedication to improving students’ lives and serving the community. Most notably, the college is nationally known for developing concrete strategies so that faculty and staff have a deep sense of responsibility for student success, and students feel connected to the college and pass their classes at extraordinary rates.”Finalists with distinction, recognized for rapid improvement, were Broward College in Florida, San Jacinto College in Texas and West Kentucky Community and Technical College. Each will receive $100,000.Amarillo College was the winner of the Rising Star Award which has a $100,000 prize.Rounding out the Aspen Prize top 10, named in spring 2020, are Borough of Manhattan Community College (New York), Odessa College (Texas), Pasadena City College (California), Pierce College (Washington), and Tallahassee Community College (Florida). The finalists —located in rural and urban areas with demographically different student bodies and a varied mix of technical workforce and academic transfer programs — prove that community colleges can achieve strong and improving student success rates in very different contexts.
Home / Daily Dose / Fischer Resignation Leaves Another Empty Seat at the Fed Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Previous: Harvey Survivors: HUD’s Top Priority Next: Homeowners in Florida Brace for Irma in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, Headlines, News September 6, 2017 1,416 Views Sign up for DS News Daily 2017-09-06 Joey Pizzolato Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago On Wednesday, Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer announced he will be stepping down from his position, effective October 13, 2017, leaving yet another seat empty at the Board of Governors. Fischer’s term as Vice Chair was set to expire in June 2018.According to Bloomberg, Fischer’s resignation will leave four out of seven seats on the board vacant, although Randal Quarles has been nominated to fill one of those seats with a confirmation vote by the Senate Banking Committee, which will take place on Thursday, September 7, 2017. President Donald Trump will be charged with filling the missing seat.Fischer wrote in a letter to President Donald Trump. “It has been a great privilege to serve on the Federal Reserve Board and, most especially, to work alongside Chair Yellen as well as many other dedicated and talented men and women throughout the Federal Reserve system.”Fischer was appointed by former President Barack Obama in 2014 to an unexpired term set to end in January 2020. Before serving on the Fed’s Board of Governors, Fischer was governor of the Bank of Israel from 2002 to 2005. He was also first managing director of the International Monetary Fund from late 1994 to mid-year 2001.”Stan’s keen insights, grounded in a lifetime of exemplary scholarship and public service, contributed invaluably to our monetary policy deliberations. He represented the Board internationally with distinction and led our efforts to foster financial stability,” said Chair Janet Yellen. “I’m personally grateful for his friendship and his service. We will miss his wise counsel, good humor, and dry wit.”In his resignation letter, Fischer expressed his satisfaction with the work the Fed has undertaken during his tenure. “During my time on the Board, the economy has continued to strengthen, providing millions of additional jobs for working Americans,” Fischer said. “We have built upon earlier steps to make the financial system stronger and more resilient, and better able to provide the credit so vital to the prosperity of our country’s households and businesses.”Yellen’s term expires in February 2018; it remains undetermined as to whether or not President Trump will extend her tenure. About Author: Joey Pizzolato Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Subscribe Share Save The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Related Articles Print This Post Joey Pizzolato is the Online Editor of DS News and MReport. He is a graduate of Spalding University, where he holds a holds an MFA in Writing as well as DePaul University, where he received a B.A. in English. His fiction and nonfiction have been published in a variety of print and online journals and magazines. To contact Pizzolato, email [email protected] The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Fischer Resignation Leaves Another Empty Seat at the Fed Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago