Limuru Tea PLC (LIMT.ke) listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange under the Food sector has released it’s 2006 annual report.For more information about Limuru Tea PLC (LIMT.ke) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Limuru Tea PLC (LIMT.ke) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Limuru Tea PLC (LIMT.ke) 2006 annual report.Company ProfileLimuru Tea PLC (formerly Limuru Tea Company Limited) owns 275 hectares of tea plantations situated four kilometres to the east of Limuru Town. The Company is an outgrower to Unilever Tea Kenya Limited (UTKL), the largest private sector tea company in Kenya. UTKL acts as the Limuru Tea Company’s managing agent in the growing, manufacturing, sales and marketing of its tea. The Limuru Tea estate green leaf is manufactured in the nearby UTKL’s Mabroukie factory from where it is sold mainly for export. Limuru Tea PLC is listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange
Keep updated on what’s happening in Japan at our Rugby World Cup homepage.Follow Rugby World magazine on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. As you can read, it was the first drop-goal by a Scot since Duncan Weir dropped a goal against Italy in 2014. Rejoice! It’s the return of the Rugby World Cup drop-goal in Japan!It feels like we had written the skill off as a ‘dying art’ but lo, at the 2019 World Cup we have seen a spate of drop-goals that have fired up the imagination.Did you see Stuart Hogg’s monster DG against Samoa? It was a beauty. Monster: Scotland’s Stuart Hogg slots a huge DG (Getty Images) Drop-goals have become a stand-out feature so far at Japan 2019 And after Biggar went off, following an HIA, his replacement Rhys Patchell dropped a crucial goal, late on. This was a calm showing from the replacement fly-half. Like that one from Russell? Well what about the three-pointer from Camille Lopez in the boa constricter-tight match-up between France and Argentina (a kick that ultimately won the tie for France)? @rugbyworldcup Iconic Moments 22nd November, 2003 Stadium Australia, SydneyWilkinson’s dramatic drop goal sealed England’s maiden Webb Ellis Cup in style#RWC2019 #ITVRugby pic.twitter.com/9mve20j07b— ITV Rugby (@ITVRugby) September 20, 2019And then there was Jannie de Beer’s record haul of five drop-goals against England in 1999. It knocked England out of the World Cup.Record-setter: Jannie De Beer kicks one of five (Getty Images)There were also significant drops from Joel Stransky in 1995 – when the Springboks beat the All Blacks to lift the Webb Ellis trophy.And there was also Stephen Larkham’s monster DG against South Africa in the 1999 semi-finals.Well, could we be back to the glory days?Let’s wait and see! And then there was Wales…In their crackerjack win over the Wallabies, they had two significant drop-goals. The first was a start-of-the-match DG from Dan Biggar. At 36 seconds, the quickest-ever in World Cup history. We all know about important drop-goals in Rugby World Cups.Related: The odds on a drop-goal in the Rugby World Cup finalThere was, of course, Jonny Wilkinson’s triumphant strike in 2003 that would win England the World Cup. And as you can see from rugby statistician Stuart Farmer, there have only been 28 DGs from the 20 competing nations since 2015.
UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Apopka Police Department Arrest Report ~ October 10 – October 17The Apopka Police Department reported the following statistics for the week ending October 3rd:Calls For Service 1150Traffic Citations 21Crash Reports 13In addition, the Apopka Police Department reported 16 arrests for the week ending October 17th. No juveniles appear on the report.Arrested and charged were 9 adults from Apopka, 2 adults from Mt Dora, 1 adult from West Palm Beach, 1 adult from Riviera Beach, 2 adults from Orlando and 1 adult from an unknown residence.All of the arrests are listed here:MERCADO, EFREN SALBADOR (18) of APOPKA – Aggravated BatteryJONES, MARKUIS LAMAR (29) of APOPKA – Out of County WarrantGREEN, KEVIN GERARD (27) of MT DORA – Probation ViolationLORENZO, DAVID (32) of APOPKA – Multiple charges including Drug PossessionCURRY, KENNETH LAMAR (27) of WEST PALM BEACH – ShopliftingWILKINS, MIESHA JAKARA (31) of RIVIERA BEACH – ShopliftingJENKINS, LARRY VIVEN (58) of APOPKA – BatteryWILLIAMS, DAVID MAURICE (46) of APOPKA – BatteryOZIAS, ISIAH (42) of APOPKA – Multiple charges including Drug Possession & FraudDAVIS, CHRISTOPHER LEE (30) of APOPKA – Multiple charges including Grand Theft and FraudGUILLORY, AIMEE RENEE (27) of ORLANDO – Multiple charges including Aggravated AssaultOLSON, RAYMOND A (54) of UNKNOWN – BatteryKNIGHT, ALAN (27) of APOPKA – ShopliftingMICELI, JOHN WESLEY (57) of MT DORA – DUITWEEDY, ERNEST CHESTER (33) of APOPKA – Multiple charges including Vehicle Burglary & AssaultDURBIN, JUNIE (42) of ORLANDO – ShopliftingArrest report details provided by the Apopka Police Department Please enter your name here Please enter your comment! TAGSAPDApopka Police DepartmentArrest Report Previous articleApopka Recycles Household Hazardous WasteNext articleOrange County Election Supervisor: The fix is not in Claire Haslett RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR
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News UpdatesPlea Moved in Delhi HC Seeking Online Delivery of Liquor In Order To Curb Violation of Social Distancing Norms Outside Liquor Shops Karan Tripathi6 May 2020 10:45 PMShare This – xA plea has been moved in the Delhi High Court seeking directions to the Delhi Government to control the huge crowds lining outside liquor shops and to maintain social distancing at such places. Moved by Advocates Simran Kohli and Abheehshek Bhagat, the petition proposes that the government can propose a policy where liquor can be delivered through tokens or is delivered through online…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginA plea has been moved in the Delhi High Court seeking directions to the Delhi Government to control the huge crowds lining outside liquor shops and to maintain social distancing at such places. Moved by Advocates Simran Kohli and Abheehshek Bhagat, the petition proposes that the government can propose a policy where liquor can be delivered through tokens or is delivered through online orders placed by the consumers. The Petitioners inform that post the opening up of liquor shops after 45 days, hundreds of people thronged outside such liquor shops, violating social distancing norms. This also led to police using mild force to disperse the crowd. The petition states: ‘People could be seen crowding and jostling at the shops. This led to many shops being ordered to be shut by the Delhi Police. This has brought forth the inadequate planning on the part of the excise department. Seeing the number of shops it is impossible to provide police deployment at every shop. Further, the efforts of the Delhi Police have been proved to be a failure in handling the thronging crowd.’ While highlighting the dangerous situation outside liquor shops, the Petitioners also argue that shutting down of such shops would be counter-productive, as the sale of liquor is a major source of revenue for the states. Therefore, they submit that the government can consider initiating an online delivery system for liquor, with adequate age-verification checks, as the same is also not prohibited by the Delhi Excise Act. Apart from online delivery, the Petitioners have suggested that the government can also consider a token system. Under the token system, a person can buy liquor online and generate a token number. Later, he can go at the given time and get liquor. The Petitioners also suggest that the government can limit the delivery timings and quantity limits, as it deems fit. In addition to this, 3-4 movement passes can be provided to liquor shops to enable delivery personnel to carry out their task. Next Story
News UpdatesDrugs Case : Magistrate Court Grants Bail To Bharti Singh & Husband Harsh Limbachiya Nitish Kashyap23 Nov 2020 2:51 AMShare This – xThe Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate at Esplanade Court on Monday granted bail to comedian Bharti Singh and her husband Harsh Limbachiya, who were remanded to judicial custody till December 4 after the Narcotics Control Bureau conducted a raid at their house and recovered 86.5 grams of marijuana (ganja).While Bharti Singh was summoned for questioning at NCB’s office on Saturday and…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate at Esplanade Court on Monday granted bail to comedian Bharti Singh and her husband Harsh Limbachiya, who were remanded to judicial custody till December 4 after the Narcotics Control Bureau conducted a raid at their house and recovered 86.5 grams of marijuana (ganja).While Bharti Singh was summoned for questioning at NCB’s office on Saturday and was arrested the same day, her husband was arrested the next day and the couple were sent to judicial custody till December 4 by the same court on Sunday. NCB has claimed that both the accused have confessed to consumption of marijuana. Right after the couple was sent to judicial custody, they filed bail applications seeking to be released.Moreover, Bharti Singh and Harsh Limbachiya have been booked under Sections 20(b)(ii)(A) 8(c) and 27 of the NDPS Act.During the hearing before the Magistrate on Saturday, NCB sought Harsh Limbachiya’s custody but did not seek Bharti Singh’s custody. It was submitted on behalf of the NCB that Bharti may be sent to judicial custody. Appearing on behalf of the couple, Advocate Ayaz Khan argued that the need for custodial interrogation of the accused did not arise as the contraband substance recovered is less than the ‘commercial quantity’ as prescribed under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act.A total of 1 kilogram of Ganja is considered a “small quantity” as per the NDPS Act whereas 20 kilogram is commercial quantity.Court accepted Khan’s submissions and observed that the accused have been questioned at length on Saturday itself by the NCB. The couple’s house was raided by the NCB after a drug peddler who was arrested in relation to the Sushant Singh Rajput death case, named Bharti. Today, both Bharti and Harsh were granted bail on a PR bond of Rs.15,000 each.Next Story
By News Highland – January 9, 2018 Sole survivor of Kingsmill massacre speaks out after Sinn Fein suspends Barry McElduff Pinterest Facebook Homepage BannerNews DL Debate – 24/05/21 Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic WhatsApp Google+ Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Previous articleHighlandTV: Monday Night Sessions 8 January 2017Next articleStrabane PSNI keen to speak with driver who stopped to help injured taxi driver News Highland Harps come back to win in Waterford News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th WhatsApp The sole survivor of the Kingsmill massacre has spoken out after Sinn Fein suspended Barry McElduff.The Sinn Fein MP posed with a loaf of Kingsmill bread on his head on the anniversary of the 1976 attack .The party have suspended him for three months.Survivor Alan Black says Mr McElduff needs to resign:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/black.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Twitter Twitter Google+ Facebook Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows
Kameleon007/iStock(NEW YORK) — As the Supreme Court hears its first firearms case since 2010 this week, new research indicates there’s one area in which strong gun laws have proved effective.Adolescents in states that require universal background checks were less likely to report carrying a firearm than teenagers living in states that rely entirely on checks during gun sales at federally licensed gun dealers, a study published Monday in the journal Pediatrics found.In states with a universal background check law, like California and New York, background checks for gun sales are required — even during private transactions, such as sales at gun shows or online, closing the so-called gun-show loophole.To track the differences between states, researchers analyzed responses to the National Youth Risk Behavior Survey from nearly 180,000 students to between 1993 and 2017.Roughly 5.8 percent of those students reported carrying a gun during the previous year, although since the survey only included students enrolled in school, that estimate is likely on the low side for adolescents who carry guns overall.Notably, 83 percent of the students who reported carrying a gun were from states that did not have universal background checks in place. Only 17 percent were from states with a universal background check law.Students who said they were threatened or injured by a weapon on school property were four times more likely to carry a gun than their peers who hadn’t had those experiences.As for why more high school students are carrying guns in states without universal background checks, stricter states might sell fewer guns to ineligible buyers — such as underage people — ultimately reducing adolescents’ access to guns, Teresa Bell, coauthor of the new study, hypothesized.It’s also possible that there are latent differences between states, explained Bell, an assistant professor of surgery at Indiana University School of Medicine. For example, students’ attitudes about carrying guns, and potentially their future behavior, might change when background check laws are passed in the wake of a high-profile school shooting.The researchers set out to investigate whether the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, or NICS — which vets prospective gun buyers for disqualifying criteria, such as prior felony convictions, and which went online in 1998 — would stop teens from carrying guns.Their finding was that NICS alone didn’t drive down teen gun carrying — but states’ independent gun laws didn’t prove effective until NICS was in place.Ultimately, NICS combined with state universal background checks reduced adolescent gun carrying by 25 percent, the researchers found.“This is consistent with a growing body of literature that it is a complex of regulations that are needed to reduce guns and their consequences,” said Dr. Sandro Galea, an epidemiologist and dean at the Boston University School of Public Health, who was not involved in the study.“Showing that NICS and UBC together make the biggest difference adds further evidence that states like [Massachusetts], for example, have been able to achieve lower firearm mortality rates by having in place multiple policies that act together to reduce casual gun carrying and its consequences,” Galea said.While state and federal background checks seem to have a trickle-down effect for teenagers, those laws are ultimately aimed at adults, meaning there may be more targeted ways to reduce teen gun carrying.Educating gun owners who care for teenagers about safe storage practices is a prime area to explore for future interventions, according to Bell. Another is helping kids feel safe at school.“Providing support to students who are threatened or injured at school could have large impacts on reducing teen gun-carrying,” she said.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
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