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Here I look at what might be driving the BT share price movement and what I plan to do now.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Upside driversA number of factors have helped propel the BT share price in recent months.Along with many shares it has benefited from a bounce since the vaccination programme began at the end of the last year.I also think the fall in prices for some growth shares this year is causing many investors to reconsider value shares. BT, with its beaten down share price and relatively low price-to-earnings ratio, will have attracted attention from such bargain hunters.There is also positive news on the business front. For example, the company’s mobile operator, EE, recently boosted its 5G spectrum rights after an auction run by the government. Telecom regulator Ofcom announced that it would not price cap full-fibre broadband from BT’s Openreach division. The company responded saying it would “build like fury”.Challenges remain for the BT share priceDespite these positive developments, I think challenges remain for the company.One of the biggest is its pension liabilities. For years BT has ploughed vast sums into plugging holes in its legacy pension scheme. The biggest UK private sector pension scheme is a significant drag on the company’s prospects, in my view. As circumstances change, such as lifespans expanding or investment returns falling, the forecast pension liabilities can rise again even though the company has already put more money in to shore up the scheme. Indeed, it stumped up £1.3bn last year alone to mitigate pension deficits. 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LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS He had no phone and no tools, and no one knew he was there! An horrendous weekend of incarceration loomed until he engineered an ingenious escape using sodden shoelaces.Healing hands: class activity at the Samson Centre. Hambly is vice-chairman of the MS charity it housesHe was tubby as a boy and bullied horrifically – his tormentor was eventually expelled for putting a firework in someone’s mouth and lighting it. Rugby helped give Hambly confidence and later, after this fishing enthusiast left the safety of a job in a field sports shop to venture out in the world, it brought him friendship and memories to treasure forever.Some of his youthful behaviour, some of the mistakes he made, are things you may well relate to from personal experience. And not just wearing a shiny green New Romantic suit to work in the second week of his surveyor job – his other suit had been ruined by a passing pigeon after Hambly fell asleep during his lunch break in a park!He says he pondered whether to include the chapter called Together, in which he relates heartbreaking stories of rugby team-mates who have lost children young. In a variant of that, OAs lock Andy Hickman felt unwell during a match on the day of the 1994 England-Wales game and left the field. Before the day was out, he had died of an aortic aneurysm.Famous day: Hambly captained Old Actonians when they gave London Welsh a fright in the 1990 Middlesex Cup competitionThe first cracks in Hambly’s own happy world began in 1991, when he noticed that “something wasn’t right” about a month before he ran the London Marathon. He was a very fit 28-year-old at the time and during the marathon itself was on track to beat 3hr 10min, thus earning extra sponsorship money. Instead, his running gait became lopsided and it took him more than an hour to complete the final three miles.It wasn’t until 1999, when he was 36, that MS was eventually diagnosed. By that stage Hambly’s wife Marion was expecting the third of their four children. “I wasn’t exactly sitting in a corner rocking back and forth with my head in my hands,” says Hambly, “but the portal to an all-consuming black hole of depression lurked very close.”Family portrait: Hambly with wife Marion and their four girls in 2017His response to such cruel misfortune, finding the energy to help so many others, has been awe-inspiring. Dylan Hartley, who provides the foreword, says Hambly possesses mana, a Maori word that in this case reflects “a singular sort of bravery, the moral courage to think of others instead of yourself”.Enormous credit must also go to Old Actonians, in particular. The club has raised hundreds of thousands of pounds over the past 17 years without ever thinking their own part in creating and running the Samson Centre is done. BUY NOW from AmazonSamson Rising is published by United Writers Cornwall, RRP £18.95. A donation of £1 will be made to the Samson Centre for every copy sold.The publishers have kindly given us six copies to give away – enter our competition for your chance to win a copy of Samson Rising.Can’t get to the shops? You can download the digital edition of Rugby World straight to your tablet or subscribe to the print edition to get the magazine delivered to your door. Samson Rising – the Cornish rugby player who found strength in adversityAmong the likes of Lewis Hamilton, Jimmy Greaves and Rob Baxter on the New Year Honours list was John Hambly OBE. If you were unaware until now or recently of this Cornishman’s rugby exploits with Truro and Old Actonians, you are in good company.Indeed, his book, Samson Rising, which features his experiences with those two fine clubs, would never have been published had he accepted the advice of those who told him, in good faith, that there would be little interest in the story of someone not remotely ‘famous’.Thank goodness Hambly ploughed on regardless because Samson Rising, published by United Writers Cornwall, is a marvellous and inspiring read. It will almost certainly make you cry as well as laugh and quite probably make you question your limitations as a human being. BUY NOW from AmazonHambly, 58, has spent more than half his life suffering from multiple sclerosis, yet rose above it so impressively that he founded a facility in Guildford – called the Samson Centre for MS – to benefit those living with this brutal disease.The MS charity located there has more than 200 members, 11 paid staff and 40-plus volunteers, and provides around 10,000 treatment sessions a year.It’s a far cry from 2002, when he attended his first meeting of the charity, the MS Therapy Group (Guildford). At that time, the group met in a village hall and had 35 members, around a quarter of whom participated in the weekly exercise class.Haven: an aerial view of the Samson Centre, where MS patients receive practical and emotional supportHambly saw the potential for growth and became chairman of the charity the same year. He drove the project to find new premises and set about a mammoth fundraising effort that initially included a target of £250,000 in 18 months.His rugby mates and business contacts offered incredible support, and he relates some amusing stories of the sneaky tactics employed during Old Actonians dinner auctions to swell the fundraising coffers.Yet Hambly and others were also rattling tins outside supermarkets, garden centres and sports venues; on one occasion, they amassed more than £1,200 in two-and-a-half hours at Lingfield racecourse. Less successful was a stint in Leatherhead when he was abused by a Big Issue seller whose ‘patch’ he had inadvertently taken.Rugby camaraderie: Hambly with Zinzan Brooke, Jason Leonard and friends after a charity game in 2007All this Hambly did while dealing with a disease which he likens to mice nibbling away at the electric cabling of a large house. At the start of one chapter, he details an agonisingly difficult episode with the condition, and only at the end do you realise he was describing the ten minutes it took to get out of bed and stand up.Hambly is in the remitting/relapsing bracket of MS – so some periods are better than others – but it is a remorseless foe all the same. “Gradually a rolling gait became a limp, a walking stick became crutches, and a self-propelled wheelchair became a motorised one,” he writes.However, Samson Rising is much, much more than a book about Hambly’s MS and his charitable work. It’s also a superbly written account of a normal life: growing up in Cornwall, leaving home for the first time, the trials and tribulations of student days in Leicester, the anxieties of starting big-city working life as a London building surveyor.On tour: leading Old Actonians off after a 1990 match against his home club Truro. OAs got a streaky win!He is a superb storyteller and one of his tales is included at the insistence of his daughter Ellie, such is her fascination with it. It concerns a Friday in May 2005 when Hambly rushed over to inspect an apartment in Holland Park just prior to a bank holiday weekend. Needing to use the toilet at the property, he shut the bathroom door behind him out of habit – only for the doorknob to break when he tried to exit. TAGS: Book Review Before the storm: John Hambly at St Ives in the Eighties, when life for him was blissfully uncomplicated John Hambly’s rugby career was cut short when he was diagnosed with MS. As his inspiring book Samson Rising relates, the body blow led him to a higher purpose Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
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14 total views, 2 views today 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. Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Digital See3 Communications’ Guide to online video – #3. Building a media library This is the third in an excellent seven-part series that introduces why charities should experiment with using online media.There are plenty of how-to guides to online video, but this one is explicitly directed at charities and nonprofits.You can find the rest of the guides atwww.see3.net/guide/ Howard Lake | 9 October 2008 | News 13 total views, 1 views today
Twitter Updated statement on service disruptions UL Hospitals Group Email 64 patients waiting for beds in UHL Limerick Post Show | Careers & Health Sciences Event for TY Students 53 patients waiting for beds at UHL TAGShealthLimerick City and CountyNewsuniversity hospital limerick Facebook WhatsApp Numbers of Limerick hospital group staff sidelined by COVID-19 reduces by 162 in past 7 days NewsHealthHeartening step for UHL cardiologyBy Bernie English – August 13, 2019 1368 Print Management at most overcrowded and most COVID-hit hospital apologise to patients ‘waiting over 100 hours’ for a bed Advertisement Linkedin Dr Ihsan Ullah, University Hospital Limerick. Picture: Alan Place.CARDIAC patients can take heart that there is even more expertise now available at the UL Hospitals Group with the appointment of Dr Ihsan Ullah as Consultant Interventional Cardiologist at the University Hospital Limerick.Dr Ullah graduated from the University of Peshawar, Pakistan, in 2004, and has been a Member of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland since 2010. He began his training at UHL in 2010, and completed the Irish Cardiology Specialist Training Scheme.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Completing his Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology at St James’s Hospital Dublin/Trinity College Dublin, Dr Ullah gained significant experience in general cardiology and in percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI).Prior to taking up his new role at UHL, Dr Ullah was a consultant cardiologist for more than three years, at St James’s Hospital Dublin and University Hospital Limerick.Dr Ullah also worked as a sub-investigator in the Cardiology/Pharmacology Research Department of St James’s Hospital Dublin, publishing his research in peer-reviewed journals, and presenting his findings in national and international meetings.His special interests include complex coronary intervention, transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) and valvular heart disease. Dr Ullah is also fully trained in devices implantation.The cardiology department at UHL is a modern facility that provides 24-hour cardiac care to patients from Limerick, Clare, North Tipperary, North Kerry and North Cork.Dr Ullah is on a team of six consultants in the department, which provides a range of non-invasive and interventional procedures, including ECG, Echocardiogram, Coronary Angiography, Coronary Angioplasty, Stenting and Advanced Structural Interventions.The Cardiology Department opened in January 2013 and is located in the Critical Care Block. It includes a 16-bed acute cardiac care unit, a step down cardiac facility and a day cardiology unit. UHL is a nationally designated 24/7 Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PPCI) centre for STEMIs. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleGardaí seek help tracing TeresaNext articleMarkets Field and Limerick Civic Trust exhibit a great “Stile” Bernie Englishhttp://www.limerickpost.ieBernie English has been working as a journalist in national and local media for more than thirty years. She worked as a staff journalist with the Irish Press and Evening Press before moving to Clare. She has worked as a freelance for all of the national newspaper titles and a staff journalist in Limerick, helping to launch the Limerick edition of The Evening Echo. Bernie was involved in the launch of The Clare People where she was responsible for business and industry news.
July 29, 2020 /Sports News – National NFL issues PSA on death of Stephon Clark as part of larger social justice initiative FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailEricVega/iStockBy ELLA TORRES and SABINA GHEBREMEDHIN, ABC News(NEW YORK) — The National Football League has released a public service announcement around the death of Stephon Clark, a 22-year-old unarmed Black man who was fatally shot by Sacramento, California, police in his grandmother’s backyard, as part of the organization’s new social justice campaign to end systemic racism.The PSA featured Clark’s mother, Se’Quette Clark, who spoke about her son’s life and death.He was killed March 18, 2018. Clark was shot eight times by two officers who later said they mistook his cellphone for a gun as he moved toward them with his arms extended, ignoring their commands, while in his grandmother’s backyard. Twenty rounds were fired in total, according to police.Police said they had been chasing Clark after receiving reports of someone breaking car windows in the nearby neighborhood.Se’Quette Clark said in the PSA that her son’s friends had just dropped him off at his grandmother’s.“The neighbor starts chasing [Clark] into the backyard, thinking he’s the one who broke into his car. He’s scared, but he made it home. He’s thinking, ‘safe,’” his mother said. “But he wasn’t.”The PSA, which was posted to YouTube Tuesday, is the latest one in the NFL’s Responsibility Program, a joint initiative between Roc Nation and the NFL to raise awareness about the need to create positive change and end systemic racism.In recent months, the Responsibility Program has partnered with different leaders and organizations to share the stories of families that have lost a loved one to gun violence, either at the hands of police or others. The Players Coalition released the first PSA of the program last November around Danroy “DJ” Henry, the former Pace University football player who was fatally shot by a police officer on Oct. 17, 2010 in Mount Pleasant, N.Y.Meek Mill unveiled the second PSA of the program in December around Antwon Rose II, an unarmed 17-year-old and honor roll student who was fatally shot by an East Pittsburgh police officer on June 19, 2018.Other PSAs featured the death of Botham Jean, an unarmed 26-year-old man who was fatally shot by an off-duty Dallas Police Department patrol officer on Sept. 6, 2018, and Hadiya Pendleton, an unarmed 15-year-old girl who was fatally shot in the back while standing with friends at a park in Chicago, Illinois on January 29, 2013.The PSA on Clark falls under the NFL’s Inspire Change initiative, a platform focused on the collaboration of the NFL and players to reduce barriers to opportunity and combat social injustice.Anna Isaacson, the senior vice president of social responsibility at the NFL, said in a statement the NFL wanted “to continue to raise awareness for victims of systemic racism to ensure their stories are not forgotten.”Clark’s mother thanked the NFL and Roc Nation for highlighting her son’s death.“As a mother, I can’t help the immense feeling of pride; knowing my son’s life will affect so many people for generations to come. Since my son was murdered, my family has been extremely dedicated to social justice reform through our footwork in this new Civil Rights Movement,” she said in a statement, noting the passing of the Stephon Clark Law in California, aimed at holding police accountable for killing those who did not pose a deadly threat and charging them in criminal court.The two officers who fired the shots, identified as Terrence Mercadel and Jared Robinet, did not face charges.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Written by Beau Lund
You are invited to a special event on Wednesday September 4th, 2019 at 3:30 pm. DMD Executive Director Kelley Coures and the museum’s Executive Director Ashley Jordan are hosting the dedication of the Evansville African American Heritage Trail. The heritage trail is a walking tour of the Lincoln Avenue neighborhood once known as “Baptisttown”.Dedication speakers include Sondra Matthews, Founder of the museum, Lu Porter, retired Museum Director, Mayor Lloyd Winnecke, and DMD Executive Director Kelley Coures.The event will take place on the lawn of the museum located at 579 S. Garvin Street, Evansville, IN 47713. Parking is available on the street or in the strip mall parking lot across from the Museum.The Heritage Tour is a project intended to celebrate and educate about the rich cultural history of Evansville’s African American community and culture.Click the links below to see the full press release or news coverage of the announcement.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail