The Pennsylvania G.O.P. makes another filing to the Supreme Court on the handling of mailed ballots.

first_imgThe Pennsylvania Republican Party asked the Supreme Court on Friday to order state election officials to separate mailed ballots that arrived after Election Day from other mailed ballots.The party’s emergency application acknowledged that Pennsylvania’s secretary of state had already ordered county election officials to do so, but it said it could not be sure that the officials had all complied.- Advertisement – The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that ballots sent before Election Day can be counted if they arrive up to three days after Nov. 3. On two occasions, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to intervene in the case, though several justices expressed doubts about the state court’s power to override the State Legislature, which had set an Election Day deadline for receiving mailed ballots.The party’s emergency application seemed to be taking a belt-and-suspenders approach.“If county election boards count and do not segregate late-arriving ballots,” the new filing said, “it could become impossible for this court to repair election results tainted by illegally and untimely cast or mailed ballots.” – Advertisement – If Joseph R. Biden Jr., the Democratic candidate, maintains his lead in Pennsylvania without the late-arriving ballots then the question would become academic. – Advertisement –last_img read more

Dr. Miljenko Bura: Without quality and ubiquitous health infrastructure, we cannot build year-round tourism

first_imgAs part of the activities to promote the development of the Adriatic region, led by Croatia, as a destination suitable for investment in projects of health infrastructure, tourism and health tourism content of the new generation, Dr. Miljenko Bura, a long-time promoter of the concept of year-round tourism, with an emphasis on health, met in Brussels with a member of the Cabinet of the EU COMMISSION, the Commission for Regional Policy and Development, Mr. Aurelio Cecilia, in charge of Croatia, Bulgaria and Slovenia.The aim of the meeting is to increase the involvement and connection of bodies that have the same goal – the development of the region and to encourage more projects and investments in the field and the development of health and tourism in the Adriatic region. “As part of our activities and preparations for the second AHT Invest Forum 2018, which will be held from 10 to 12 October this year in Zagreb, we want to create strong ties with European institutions that have recognized in their programs the importance of developing the region as a destination. gave support. The Adritic region, led by Croatia, can and should develop directions in which it can provide its citizens and everyone who visits it or stays in it longer with a quality, pleasant and, from the aspect of health infrastructure, safe stay. This is especially important for the “silver generation” tourism, which is the largest user of the service package in the pre-season and post-season. Projects and the development of new tourist offers, especially health and tourist facilities, are the right way to achieve that goal. ” said Dr. Miljenko Bura and expressed great satisfaction with the possibility of presenting a broad platform that promotes the Adriatic region as a year-round destination of health and tourism and how EU regional policy supports the development of the Adriatic region for health tourism projects.Photo: Dr. Miljenko BuraThe first edition of AHT INVEST FORUM 2017 gathered over 200 participants, presented about 10 investment projects focused on health and tourism, which aroused the interest of American investors and developers, discussions brought together about 50 speakers from 12 countries, representatives medical, tourist, business, financial, spa and wellness industries, then state, county and city officials, who together set three development directions of health tourism in Croatia and the Adriatic region: medical wellness, silver economy and modern health infrastructure.”Without quality and ubiquitous health infrastructure, we cannot build year-round tourism, because guests do not feel safe and cared for. As a destination that wants to be branded as desirable all year round and especially to attract tourists of the third age-retirement age and health tourism, our task is to work on infrastructural prerequisites that consequently create the image of a reliable, safe and attractive tourist destination throughout the year. said Dr. Bura at the opening of the 1st AHT Invest Forum and added that mmedical wellness, health infrastructure and silver economy are signposts by which the health tourism of Croatia and the region is significantly moving away from the current mass and less attractive tourism, and turns to structured and meaningful, which opens us to a new population of guests offering and using their best and highest quality resources.Related news:NEVENKA KOVAČ, SB MEDICO: WE HAVE A LOT OF STORIES ABOUT STRATEGIES AND POSSIBILITIES OF HEALTH TOURISM, AND TOO MUCH WORK IS IN THE FIELDHEALTH TOURISM – AN OPPORTUNITY WE MUST NOT MISSPOLYCLINIC BAGATIN NAMED THE BEST INTERNATIONAL CLINIC FOR AESTHETIC SURGERYlast_img read more

Worldwide operational expansion sees Kindred move to new Wimbledon office

first_img TVBET passes GLI test for five live games in Malta and Italy August 25, 2020 Share GiG lauds its ‘B2B makeover’ delivering Q2 growth August 11, 2020 Mace launches EQ Connect to solve the industry’s ‘single view’ conundrum on identifying risk  August 10, 2020 Related Articles Submit StumbleUpon Share Alexander WestrellStockholm-listed online gambling operator Kindred Group Plc has moved its UK staff into a new purpose-built ‘Kindred House’ office building in Wimbledon.The European operator has been based in Wimbledon (London SW19) since 1997, where Kindred has primarily housed its marketing and commercial corporate functions.Speaking to SBC, Alex Westrell Group Head of Communications for Kindred Group, detailed that the launch of Kindred House would form a key part of the company’s worldwide operational expansion.“We are all very excited to be back in Wimbledon, our home since 1997.  This is our fifth office in Wimbledon, and this time around in our very own, brand new building, which really adds to the excitement. We pride ourselves on being a Great Place To Work, and a building like this really sets the framework for that. Kindred House gives much better collaboration spaces, a vibrant communal area, and the best view in Wimbledon” Westrell details“Kindred House is the second completion of several new offices we are in the process of moving into. In May earlier this year, our team in Gibraltar moved into the World Trade Centre. Next up is Malta, bringing together our two current offices into one, with scheduled delivery in Q3 of 2018. We recently also announced an early 2019 opening of the new tech hub in central Stockholm.”This November, Kindred governance confirmed that the company had committed to a relocation project for its Stockholm ‘home HQ’. The company will migrate its ‘home’ Stockholm office to new premises within the ‘Urban Escape Project’ in central Stockholm, a business property currently being developed by AMF Fastigheter.last_img read more

Picture special: Donegal IFA Teagasc Farm Safety event at Milford

first_imgDonegal IFA hosted a Teagasc Farm Safety event at Milford Mart this week.IFA members in Donegal gathered in their droves to attend the event, held in association with Teagasc.Several organisations and outlets had stands for farmers to view and talk with. Clive Wasson was on hand to capture the day …Joohn Howley, Safeway speaking on Quad Safety at the IFA Farm Safety Awareness Event in association with Teagasc at Milford Mart. Photo Clive WassonMartin Neely, Safetech, Michael Chance, IFA Chairman, Veronica Ryan (Teagasc), Helen O’Driscoll, Irish Cancer Society and Marcus O’Halloran; Regional Development Officer at the IFA Farm Safety Awareness Event in association with Teagasc at Milford Mart. Photo Clive WassonGavin Doherty speakin on tractor safety at the IFA Farm Safety Awareness Event in association with Teagasc at Milford Mart. Photo Clive WassonMartin Neely, Safetech and Heln O’Driscoll, Irish Cancer Society at the IFA Farm Safety Awareness Event in association with Teagasc at Milford Mart. Photo Clive WassonGavin Doherty speakin on tractor safety at the IFA Farm Safety Awareness Event in association with Teagasc at Milford Mart. Photo Clive WassonJohn Howley speaking on Quad Safety at the IFA Farm Safety Awareness Event in association with Teagasc at Milford Mart. Photo Clive WassonFarmers at the IFA Farm Safety Awareness Event in association with Teagasc at Milford Mart. Photo Clive WassonAndy Walsh on chain saw safety at the IFA Farm Safety Awareness Event in association with Teagasc at Milford Mart. Photo Clive WassonAndy Walsh from Husqvarna at the IFA Farm Safety Awareness Event in association with Teagasc at Milford Mart. Photo Clive WassonPicture special: Donegal IFA Teagasc Farm Safety event at Milford was last modified: April 20th, 2018 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more