Interlinked Technologies Plc (INTERL.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Engineering sector has released it’s 2019 annual report.For more information about Interlinked Technologies Plc (INTERL.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Interlinked Technologies Plc (INTERL.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Interlinked Technologies Plc (INTERL.ng) 2019 annual report.Company ProfileInterlinked Technologies Plc develops, manufactures and markets porcelain and jointing materials for the energy, telecommunications and industrial sectors in Nigeria. The company was established to market and distribute the innovative Heat Shrink Technology pioneers by Raychem Corporation of Menlo Park, California. It has diversified into component design and manufacture, systems designs and upgrades, procurement and installation of complete power distribution substations and networks and engineering facility management. The ceramic products are marketed under the brand name Insulex and Aquakleen. Interlinked Technologies Plc’s head office is in Ikeja, Lagos and has a liaison office in Abuja for infrastructural development work in the Federal Capital Territory. Interlinked Technologies Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
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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. Tagged with: CharityGreetings christmas Trading Greeting card company Charity Greetings believes that it can raise at least an extra £100,000 for charities across the country this Christmas having substantially expanded its range of Christmas cards.Indeed, it claims that it is being conservative in this estimate, given that this figure is less than 0.1% of the UK’s average expenditure on Christmas cards. According to the UK Greeting Card Association, we spend more than £170 million each year on Christmas cards with 121.5 million cards being sent.Charity Greetings has launched a range of more than 400 designs on its online greeting card shop.Founder, Craig Hartzel, explained: “Historically charities only ever offer their supporters a small range of designs to choose from and if the cards offered did not suit their individual tastes, they may possibly have lost their Christmas card support.“We have sourced the largest selection of Christmas cards available than ever before all in one place – our online greeting card shop.”He pointed out that it would take less than 0.1% of card senders to switch their greeting card spend in order to raise an extra £100,000 at Christmas.Supporters can buy box sets of festive cards and are also offered the opportunity to add an extra donation for their charity of choice.www.charitygreetings.com Howard Lake | 1 November 2011 | News Charity Greetings aims to raise extra £100,000 for charities this Christmas 26 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
NewsIt’s all about healthy eatingBy admin – May 26, 2011 611 So here’s a few tips to get the kids in the kitchen Start them young with simple, fun tasks. Let them do messy things, decorate and be artistic, begin their own recipe file of things they like to make and eat. To help them get started you may want to invest in a sturdy stool to raise them to a safe level when small.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Remember to include food safety lessons – the importance of washing hands, bacteria in uncooked foods, very hot surfaces and saucepans, handles should always be turned in, knives are sharp etc.Get some colourful mixing bowls and utensils – child size if you can, and don’t forget an apron – every serious cook needs one!Don’t try to avoid a mess otherwise you will become frustrated – just accept that they will make a mess and that it can be cleaned up easily afterwards!Start with easy recipes and progress onto more advanced ones as their skills develop – don’t expect a three course meal on the first day of cooking with your kids.Teach them to clean up as they go along, and to keep their work surface organised.Patience is the order of the day, just take your time, guide them along the way, supervise weighing and measuring until you are sure they have got it right, and give them plenty of positive encouragement and praise no matter what the end product turns out like! Email Facebook Twitter Advertisement WhatsApp Linkedin Print Previous articleParmigiano-Reggiano Savoury SnapsNext articleLee challenges Vera to rematch admin
NewsCommunityLifestyleEntertainmentFilmLimerick finalists announced for Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the YearBy Staff Reporter – March 6, 2019 979 Email Population of Mid West region increased by more than 3,000 in past year Print Previous article€21million research training centre for data science to be led by University of LimerickNext articleCook Medical continues to support STEM in Limerick schools Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Pictured are Oisin McKeogh, 16 from Clare and Rebecca Jones, 16 from Tipperary, who won the Audience Award of the Limerick Heats of Fresh Film Festival for their film ‘The Secret Life’, a documentary about a girl struggling with her inner demons. Fresh Festival Festival and Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year Awards 2019 run from March 25 – 30, with the finals for the Juniors on Wednesday, March 27 and the finals for the Seniors on Thursday, March 28 in the Odeon, Castletroy Shopping Centre, Limerick. Seefreshfilmfestival.net. Picture: Dermot Culhane.Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year 2019 moved one step closer to crowning its winners by announcing the Limerick finalists on Tuesday, March 5. The competition, which received a record of over 1,700 entries this year, announced which short films would move on to the finals at the Limerick regional heats, which took place in the Belltable Arts Centre. Films by young filmmakers from Germany, Denmark, and the United States were also screened as part of Fresh Film Festival’s International category.Films screened at the Limerick regional heats included films from Clare, Tipperary, Kerry, Offaly, and Limerick. Films by young filmmakers through to the final include ‘Chewing’ from Limerick Youth Theatre, ‘Stars’ by Meghan O’Shaughnessy from Kerry, ‘Ode to a Dancer’ by Oisin McKeogh from Clare, ‘Plastic’ by Clare Youth Action and ‘On Track’ from Sacred Heart Secondary School, Co.Offaly. Limerick Schools Ardscoil Rís and Limerick Educate Together both have animated films through to the final meaning the possibility of winning this year’s Boulder Media Animation Award. Audience Awards were announced following each regional screening, with the winner of the Audience Award for the Limerick Heat announced as Oisin McKeogh, 16 from Clare and Rebecca Jones, 16 from Tipperary, who won for their film called ‘The Secret Life’, a documentary about a girl struggling with her inner demons.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Films shortlisted for the final will be screened at Fresh Film Festival 2019 in Limerick from March 25 to 30 and Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year Awards will be presented on the March 27 for the Junior category and March 28 for the Senior category. Other highlights of Fresh Film Festival 2019 include feature screenings and workshops including an Industry Master class with The National Youth Film School.Now in its 23rd year, Fresh Film Festival encourages young people from Ireland and overseas, aged 7 to 18 years, to create, exhibit and share films. The festival provides an opportunity for these young filmmakers to have their work seen on a cinema screen for the first time and to compete for the title of Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year. All films submitted are also considered for a range of Specialist Awards including the Radharc Trust Award (documentary), the Boulder Media Animation Award, the RTE 60 Second Short Film Award and the RTE Factual Award, in addition to the International and Audience awards.Reflecting on the volume of entries for this year’s competition, Fresh Film Festival Director Jayne Foley commented, “Fresh Film Festival is all about encouraging young people to tell their stories through film, so the record number of submissions this year shows we have a nation of young storytellers with something to say and the creative means to say it. We’ve been overwhelmed by the entries this year: The future of filmmaking in Ireland is bright”. She went on to note the importance of Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year, “Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year Competition gave all these young people a focus – an event to aim for. This is the core part of the festival – young people making and screening their own stories before an audience of their peers”. Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year 2021 closing date extended Unstoppable Sean shows that all things are possible WhatsApp Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin Twitter Limerick Post Show | Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year Could you be Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year 2021? Facebook TAGSAwardsCommunityentertainmentfilmIreland’s Young filmmaker of the YearLimerick City and CountyNewsyouth Advertisement
NewsShowLimerick Post Show | Cannonball comes to LimerickBy Meghann Scully – September 16, 2019 129 Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Previous articleVisiting restrictions in place at St Camillus Hospital in LimerickNext articleBedford Row Family Project celebrating 20 years supporting families Meghann Scully Facebook Twitter Advertisement WhatsApp Linkedin TAGSCannonballCannonball 2019Cannonball IrelandCarsKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostLimerick Post ShowMeghann Scully Print Email Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Limerick Post Show with Meghann ScullyWe went to Cannonball when it stopped by Limerick to see the super cars, chat to one car owner and magician Steve SpadeSign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up #KeepingLimerickPosted Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR
Physiological mechanisms mediating carryover effects, wherein events or activities occurring in one season,habitat, or life-history stage affect important processes in subsequent life-history stages, are largelyunknown. The mechanism most commonly invoked to explain carryover effects from migration centreson the acquisition and utilization of resources (e.g. body mass, or individual ‘condition’). However, othermechanisms are plausible, e.g. trade-offs reflecting conflict or incompatibility between physiological regulatorysystems required for different activities or life-history stages (migration vs. reproduction). Herewe show that in female black-browed albatrosses (Thalassarche melanophris) the decision to reproduceor to defer reproduction, made prior to their arrival at breeding colonies after long-distance migration,is associated with condition-related (body mass, hematocrit, hemoglobin concentrations) and hormonal(progesterone, testosterone, estrogen-dependent yolk precursors) traits. In contrast, reproductive successshowed little association with condition but showed significant associations with the steroidogenic processesunderlying follicle development. Specifically, success was determined by reproductive readiness via differences in steroid hormones and hormone-dependent traits. Successful albatrosses were characterized by high progesterone and high estradiol-dependent yolk precursor levels, whereas failed albatrosses had high testosterone and low yolk precursor levels. Results are discussed with reference tomigratory carryover effects and how these can differentially affect the physiologies influencing reproductive decisions and reproductive success.
Share this article View post tag: News by topic July 28, 2014 View post tag: Naval Back to overview,Home naval-today USCG: 97 Cuban Migrants Sent Back to Cuba View post tag: Defence View post tag: 97 View post tag: americas View post tag: Coast Guard View post tag: Cuba View post tag: USCG USCG: 97 Cuban Migrants Sent Back to Cuba The repatriation was the result of 10 separate groups attempting to illegally enter the United States aboard rustic vessels in the Florida Straits dating back to July 14, 2014.“Our main concern is the safety of life at sea. When migrants put their lives in the hands of smugglers, or take to the sea aboard unseaworthy vessels, they put their lives at grave risk,” said Capt. Mark Fedor, chief of response for the Seventh Coast Guard District. “The Coast Guard and our partner agencies continue to diligently patrol the waters around the United States to deter illegal migrant activity.”Coast Guard assets involved in the cases were:· Coast Guard Cutter William Flores, a 154-foot fast response cutter homeported in Miami.· Coast Guard Cutter Paul Clark, a 154-foot fast response cutter homeported in Miami.· Coast Guard Cutter Charles David Jr., a 154-foot fast response cutter homeported in Key West, Florida.· The Coast Guard Cutter Legare, a 270-foot Medium Endurance Cutter homeported in Portsmouth, Virginia.· Coast Guard Station Key West smallboat crew.· Coast Guard Islamorada, Florida smallboat crew.In the month of July 377 Cuban migrants have been interdicted by the Coast Guard.[mappress]Press Release, July 28, 2014; Image: Wikimedia View post tag: Migrants View post tag: Sent Back View post tag: Navy Authorities Coast Guard Cutter William FloresThe US Coast Guard repatriated 97 Cuban migrants that were rescued during a busy week of illegal migration attempts from Cuba. View post tag: Cuban