“Hajra Veszprem” before crucial week (VIDEO)

first_imgShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsMKB Veszprém KC made an video in cooperation with the Hungarian Digi Sport television channel before the crucial matches of the season with THW Kiel at the VELUX EHF Champions League. Enthusiastic fans spent time with their idols as Nagy, Fazekas and Csaszar, giving them the support before the two most important weekends… Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. ShareTweetShareShareEmail 1 Comment VESZPREM IS THE BESTcenter_img HUNGRY LOVE U 19. April 2013. at 23:40 1 Comment Related Items:MKB Veszprem fanslast_img read more

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Aviva to focus on building global platform

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Harris re-joins CBRE

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Legal aid firm in shock closure

first_imgMackesys, one of London’s biggest criminal legal aid firms, has announced its immediate closure after more than 40 years in business by means of an outspoken statement on its website.All 27 staff members at the firm’s five offices across south-east London have been made redundant.The statement says that chief executive Sean Smith and other staff members received official notification of closure on Monday this week through a letter signed by sole proprietor Geoff Wordsworth and delivered by insolvency practitioner Quantuma LLP.All staff wages including bonuses and expenses will be paid in full at the end of this month.A planned merger announced in July with east London firm SJ Law collapsed around five weeks ago, it has emerged. SJ Law managing partner Vijesh Saujani said the merger broke down halfway through due diligence checks on Mackesys. SJ Law remains in practice.The Mackesys statement says the reason for closure is Wordsworth’s health – ‘namely the failure of two of his heart valves’ –  and stresses that the firm has not been subject to intervention by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Wordsworth could not be contacted.The statement goes on to dismiss as ‘utter nonsense’ rumours that the firm is involved in financial mismanagement and that staff will not be paid.‘The decision to close the firm is a private decision made solely by Mr Wordsworth as he is entitled to do,’ it says. ‘The decision to close Mackesys came as just a big a shock to Sean and his team as it did to anyone.’The statement adds that since becoming chief executive five months ago, self-proclaimed legal services entrepreneur Smith has returned the firm to profit and increased the number of private clients by 200%.The statement does not give any information about what will happen to open files and what action clients should take, other than to contact Quantuma.Figures published by the Ministry of Justice show that in 2012/13 Mackesys received just over £1.5m from criminal legal aid work.last_img read more

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Economic and Demographic Data Being Compiled For Kenai Peninsula

first_imgDillon: “How many times have you all seen a report where it talks about what’s going on in the Lower 48, what’s going on in the state of Alaska and what’s going on in Anchorage, and you’d love to know, well what does that mean for us down on the Kenai Peninsula?” Dillon says the data will be compiled on a quarterly basis, helping local residents, businesses, and people considering a move to the Kenai Peninsula better understand local trends. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Until recently, most of Alaska’s economic and demographic data had to be based on Anchorage statistics, since few of those numbers are collected outside of the state’s major metro areas. Tim Dillon with the Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District says that is changing…last_img read more

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2020 Florida Primary Election Results

first_imgCindy Lerner (Runoff required with Raquel Ragalado) Florida Secretary of State Laurel M. Lee announced that preliminary election results show that more than 3,890,947 voters exercised their right to vote during the election. Circuit Court Judge Group. 18 Daniel Perez (REP) Incumbent District 24 US CONGRESS: District 20 Rodney Harris Sarah Leonardi District 23 Supervisor of Elections Keon Hardemon (Runoff needed with Gepsie M. Metellus) Residential Seat 1 District 117 District 22 DISTRICT 5 District 102 Circuit Court Judge Group 50 Fredericka Wilson (DEM) Incumbent Estaban Bovo (Runoff election needed with Daniella Levine Cava) Carlos Giminez (REP) Shannan Ighodaro Phoebee Rebecca Francois. Clerk and Comptroller Frank Ledee Andre Williams District 104 Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (DEM) Incumbent District 35 Lubby Navarro Rene Garcia Group. 12 – Debra Moses Stephens Gordon Weekes (DEM) District 81 Saulis Banionis (REP) Lois Frankel (DEM) Incumbent District 88 Perry Thurston (DEM) Incumbent David Borrero (REP) Residential Seat 3 COMMUNITY COUNCIL 8, SUBAREA 82 – Alethia Emily Hinds Anika Omphroy (Dem) Incumbent District 96 Christine Hunschofsky (DEM) GROUP 75 – Roie Anette Aponte Here are the preliminary results from the Florida primaries: Dennis Moss (Runoff required with Luisa Santos ) Felicia Simone Robinson (DEM) School Board – District 9 GROUP 65 – Denise Martinez-Scanziani County Court Judge Group 27 COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 3 Maureen Porras (DEM) Katherine Fernandez Rundle (DEM) District 95 School Board Member Eileen Higgins (Runoff needed with Renier Diaz de la Portilla) Natasha DePrimo Mayor Bruno Barreiro (REP) Joe Scott (DEM) Omari Hardy (DEM) GROUP 24: Christine Bandín Group 3 – Jean L Enwright (DEM) BROWARD COUNTY District 105 Tina Polsky (DEM) Christopher Benjamin (DEM) Alison Gilman Oliver Gilbert MAYOR DISTRICT 7 District 39 George Odom Jr. (Runoff needed with Dennis Bailey) Harold Pryor County Court Judge Group 22 Greg Musselwhite (REP) District 29 Patti Englander Henning Thomas Fabricio (REP) H. Wayne Clark (REP) Joseph Abruzzo (DEM) Maria G. Marino (REP) Bobby DuBose (DEM) Incumbent District 33 Results of the Primary Election August 18, 2020 At-Large Seat 5 Circuit Judge Group 16 County Sheriff District 5 – Frank Anthony Barbieri, Jr. District 9 District 112 Dale Holness (DEM) Incumbent Group 30 – Jamie Goodman District 1 – Barbara McQuinn PROPERTY APPRAISER Debra Hixon (Runoff needed with Jeff Holness) DISTRICT 5 Dotie Joseph (DEM) Incumbent Javier Fernandez (DEM) District 101 District 2 – Alexandria Marie Ayala FLORIDA SENATE State Attorney County Commission Supervisor of Elections COMMUNITY COUNCIL 11, SUBAREA 114 – Christian Cevallos Voters hit the polls on Tuesday for the August primary in Florida, after record-breaking mail and early voting. PALM BEACH COUNTY DISTRICT 7 District 108 School Board – District 3 The Winners District 1 COUNTY JUDGE Kevin Chambliss (DEM) DISTRICT 13 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT 1 GROUP 55 -Joe Perkins DISTRICT 3 Brenda Foreman STATE ATTORNEY, 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT District 94 . District 107 COMMUNITY COUNCIL 14, SUBAREA 144 – Kelli Ann Thomas Tim Ryan (DEM) Incumbent Marie Woodson (DEM) DISTRICT 9 Joe A. Martinez Circuit Court Judge Group 30 GROUP 67 – Mavel Ruiz District 103 District 26 SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER Christi Fraga (Runoff required with Mara Zapata) Lucia Baez-Geller (Runoff required with Russ Rywell) Alcee Hastings (DEM) Incumbent James (Jim) Pruden (REP) Kion McGhee (Runoff required with Elvis R. Maldonado) Shevrin “Shev” Jones (DEM) Laura Loomer (REP) Dale C. Cohen Maria Elvira Salazar (REP) Wendy Sartory Link (DEM) GROUP 57 – Carmen Cabarga Gregory Tony (DEM) Incumbent COMMUNITY COUNCIL 15, SUBAREA 154 – Christina M. Farias CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS Kelly Skidmore (DEM) DISTRICT 11 MIAMI-DADE COUNTY Shannon Campbell Jean-Pierre Bado (DEM) District 27 County Court Judge Group 31 Ric Bradshaw (DEM) Clerk of the Court Circuit Judge 15th Judicial Circuit Linda A. Alley District 21 District 116 FLORIDA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE County Public Defender Robin Bartleman (DEM) Carla Spalding (REP) County Court Judge CIRCUIT JUDGE, 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Port of Palm Beach Group 16 – Jeffrey Gillen Pedro J. Garcia District 114 GROUP 9: Miquel ‘Mike’ Mirabel District 7 Circuit Court Judge Group 27 Group 2 – Katherine Waldon (DEM) County Sheriff DISTRICT 9 COMMUNITY COUNCIL 14, SUBAREA 146 – Steven M. Greenlast_img read more

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