Josh Richardson (Dallas Mavericks) with an and one vs the Brooklyn Nets, 02/27/2021
Josh Richardson (Dallas Mavericks) with an and one vs the Brooklyn Nets, 02/27/2021
PRFoods’ unaudited preliminary consolidated turnover in the 3nd quarter of the financial year 2020/2021 amounted to 14.15 million euros, a decrease by 23.5% compared to the same period a year ago (3Q 2019/2020: 18.49 million euros), including sales decrease in wholesale by 56.1% and HoReCa sector by 45.6%, whereas sales in retail sector increased by 9.8%. Indrek Kasela, CEO, PRFoods: „As expected, HoReCa and wholesale sector are still down due to continuing COVID restrictions in these sectors. We are happy that we are posting nearly 10% growth of retail sector, in Estonia over 22% on y-o-y basis. We also see that markets are recovering, already in March 2021 sales we were at the same level as March 2020. Bigger impact has been drop in salmon prices compared on y-o-y, our average quarterly price of fresh fish sold was 6.1 eur per kg vs 7.3 eur per kg year ago. In terms of tons produced, we have increased our production in tons every month in 2021. We can predict salmon prices going up for rest of 2021 as markets are opening and demand is returning at accelerated pace. This will positively impact our profitability in coming months. Overall, we have much better visibility and confidence in business forecast for upcoming months. Our focus on cashflow improvement and streamlining operations is starting to pay off. We are looking also at increased farming volumes in 2021, giving us additional boost in terms of sales and profit.“ In the third quarter of the financial year, the sales declined in all product groups compared to the third quarter of the previous financial year. The sales of fresh fish and fillets’ product group that formed 46% of the product portfolio (3Q 2019/2020: 50%) the sales decrease was 29.4% compared to the third quarter of the previous financial year. The sales of smoked products that accounted for 41.5% (3Q 2019/2020: 36.6%) declined by 13.1% over the financial years. Turnover by product groups, mln EUR3Q 20/213Q 19/20Change, EURChange, % Fresh fish and fillets6.539.25-2.72-29.4%Smoked products5.886.77-0.89-13.1%Other fish products 1.742.45-0.71-29.0%Other revenue0.000.02-0.02-100.0%Total 14.1518.49-4.34-23.5% By customer groups, the sales increased in the third quarter in retail chains by 9.8%. In HoReCa and wholesale sectors the decline was 45.6% and 56.1%, respectively. The share of retail chains’ sales of the third quarter was 57%, wholesale 21.7% and HoReCa 14.3%. In the third quarter of the previous financial year, the customer groups accounted for 40%, 38% and 20%, respectively. Turnover by client groups, mln EUR3Q 20/213Q 19/20Change, EURChange, % Retail chains8.087.360.729.8%Wholesale3.087.02-3.94-56.1%HoReCa 2.023.71-1.69-45.6%Other revenue0.970.400.57 142,5%Total14.1518.49-4.34-23.5% The three largest markets had an aggregated turnover of 11.29 million euros accounting for 79.8% of total sales in the 3nd quarter of the financial year compared to the sales of 16.31 million euros and the share of 88% in the same period a year ago. Turnover by countries, mln EUR3Q 20/213Q 19/20Change, EURChange, % Finland8.1212.19-4.07-33.4%Great Britain1.912.46-0.55-22.4%Latvia1.260.840.42 50.0%Estonia0.601.66-1.06-63.9%Other countries2.261.340.9268.7%Total14.1518.49-4.34-23.5% Indrek Kasela AS PRFoods Member of the Management Board Phone: +372 452 1470 firstname.lastname@example.org www.prfoods.ee
San Francisco, California--(Newsfile Corp. - April 11, 2021) - Hagens Berman urges EHang Holdings Limited (NASDAQ: EH) investors with significant losses to submit their losses now. A securities fraud class action has been filed and certain investors may have valuable claims.Class Period: Dec. 9, 2019 - Feb. 16, 2021Lead Plaintiff Deadline: Apr. 19, 2021Visit: www.hbsslaw.com/investor-fraud/ehangContact An Attorney Now: EHang@hbsslaw.com844-916-0895EHang Holdings Limited (EH) Securities Litigation:The Complaint alleges that throughout the Class Period, Defendants misrepresented ...
The former first lady posted a photo of Sunny and Bo, who have been a part of the Obama family for years.
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Josh Berry passed Ty Gibbs with 28 laps to go and pulled away for his first career NASCAR Xfinity Series victory in a rain-delayed race at Martinsville Speedway. Berry gave himself enough cushion after getting by Gibbs to withstand challenges by Noah Gragson and Daniel Hemric, who ran out of time trying to navigate lapped traffic. Berry, making just his 13th career start spread over five seasons and eight years, became the second driver to gain his first win on the 0.526-mile oval, joining Brett Bodine (1985).
Canada's chief public health officer says the country is nearing the peak of the second wave of COVID-19, as several provinces are struggling to contain new outbreaks. Dr. Theresa Tam's statement comes as Ontario reported a record 4,456 cases of COVID-19 today. Tam says intensive care admissions across the country increased by 23 per cent over the last seven days compared to the week before, which is putting strain on the health system. She says COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations are increasingly impacting younger people and says there's been a jump in the number of hospitalizations among those 40 to 59 years old. A hospital at the centre of an outbreak in northwestern New Brunswick is among those facing strain, with seven of its nine intensive care beds filled with patients fighting COVID-19. And authorities in Quebec are tightening the curfew in the Montreal and Laval areas to 8 p.m. from 9:30 as of this evening as the province grapples with a rise in cases. This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 11, 2020 The Canadian Press
The signing comes after a last-minute special meeting the council had on April 1st, where ASL had requested access to excavation material within the 150-metre setbacks the RM had required. At the special meeting, Councillor Garry Dixon made a motion that the company would need to submit another application and prove that there would be no environmental impact or impact to adjacent land. When pressed on why there had been no discussion around the motion at the April 1st meeting, the RM admitted to meeting with ASL the day before at ASL’s request. The inclusion of the ASL agenda item at the special meeting appeared unusual. Why wouldn’t the RM have told the company they would need to reapply if that was their intention? Why have a meeting to do that when it appears they didn’t feel the need to hold a subsequent meeting to discuss or approve the terms of the addendum? The signed addendum seems to set out a straightforward agreement. ASL agreed to follow provincial and federal environmental regulations, including not disturbing the watercourse that runs across the corner of the land. The addendum also revealed that the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment recommends a 90-meter setback from the high stream watermark, but work is allowed up to 30 meters adjacent to the stream’s watermark. The recommendation is significant as the RM had required a 150-metre setback from the watercourse, but it wasn’t clear how they arrived at that distance. The RM’s 150-meter limitation meant the company would fall short of the volume of material they expected to retrieve from the site. The addendum should mean that ASL will now be able to access the material they need for the sub-base for the major Provincial highway project. Murray Wild of J & W construction owns the land where excavation is occurring. When contacted about the agreement, he said, “My personal feeling is that it’s just something that should have happened two and half months ago. It’s pretty simple stuff and there was really no reason for it to drag out for this long.” With one major hurdle crossed for ASL, it remains to be seen how long it will take for the company and the RM to agree to the road haul agreement the company needs to move the material from the excavation site to the project site. The RM and ASL were contacted for comment and did not respond by publication. The RM council meets again for their regular meeting on April 13th. Jennifer Argue, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Last Mountain Times
The number of counties with unfilled vaccine appointments at chain retailers Walmart, CVS and Rite Aid grew about 60% this week over last week.
Talks between Italy and the European Commission over the revamp of Alitalia will enter a key phase next week, Italian Industry Minister Giancarlo Giorgetti said on Sunday. Brussels and Rome have been in negotiations for months over Italy's plan to restructure the airline through the launch of a new, state-owned company called ITA. "I think next week will be crucial," Giorgetti said, adding the discussion with EU's competition unit had been difficult.
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A group of Indo-Canadian veterinarians offering low-cost services in British Columbia are, for the second time, at the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal with claims that their regulatory college discriminated against them. The group of four complainants allege that the College of Veterinarians of B.C. has engaged in disciplinary processes "which are harsh, disproportionate, unfounded, protracted, unfair and inconsistent with the Veterinarians Act." Dr. Bhupinder Johar, owner and principal veterinarian at the Haney Animal Hospital in Maple Ridge, is the lead complainant in the case. "That's what I want to feel like, that I am being treated at par like the other veterinarians," Johar said. "I don't say that they should favour me or favour my friends. I want a fair investigation." The lawyer for the group says the tribunal has accepted the complaint, which was filed in 2017, but the college has applied to have it dismissed. Previous case won in 2015 Johar was also one of the complainants in a similar B.C. Human Rights Tribunal case that a group of Indo-Canadian veterinarians fought and won in 2015. After more than a decade of legal wrangling, the tribunal concluded in that case that the vets had suffered systemic discrimination. In 2017, the college dropped a request for judicial review and apologized. "Having gone through that more than ten-year-long fight, we had a sigh of relief when we got some decision in our favour," Johar said. "But unfortunately, it made no difference with the college." Dr. Johar says he began offering low-cost services as soon as he was licensed to practice in Canada because so many people couldn't afford veterinary care.(Maryse Zeidler/CBC) The college declined to comment on the matter while it was still before the tribunal. In an email, interim registrar Jane Pritchard said that since the 2015 decision the college has implemented a discrimination policy, added public members to its committees and focused on diversity for council and committees, among other measures. 4 vets across southern B.C. Johar has filed the complaint along with Dr. Anil Sharma of the Tranquille Road Animal Hospital in Kamloops, Dr. Jasdeep Grewal with the Alpenlofts Veterinary Clinic in Squamish and Dr. Renu Sood with the Apollo Animal Hospital in Surrey. An amended complaint submitted to the tribunal in 2018 alleges the college was discriminatory in its pursuit of investigations against members of the group, didn't address complaints in a timely manner and didn't take proper procedural steps in relation to disciplinary action against the group. Specifically, the complaint addresses the work of the college's investigation committee, which deals with complaints against veterinarians in B.C. and decides which ones to pursue and refer to a hearing. It alleges that current and former members of the committee have expressed discriminatory views toward the Indo-Canadian vets offering low-cost services. 'Significant mental stress' One investigation against Johar outlined in the complaint was initiated in 2016 when he mailed coupons to prospective clients, which the college prohibited at the time. The complaint says other veterinarians who are not Indo-Canadian had also issued coupons, but the college's disciplinary committee had not pursued them. "The CVBC's lengthy pursuit of this file has caused Dr. Johar significant mental stress and feelings of being harassed," the complaint said. "The CVBC has provided no explanation as to why it is pursuing Dr. Johar and not others." Dr. Johar says the College of Veterinarians of B.C. failed to make changes to prevent systemic discrimination against Indo-Canadian vets who offer low-cost services.(Facebook/Haney Animal Hospital) The complaint notes that each disciplinary matter can cost a veterinarian tens of thousands of dollars to prepare for a hearing, which can result in fines, penalties and other costs. It also says the disciplinary actions often cause mental anguish and damage a veterinarian's reputation. In its response to the complaint, the college says it didn't investigate the other veterinarians for the same offences because by the time it was made aware of them the college was re-evaluating the prohibition on coupons. 'We helped them' Johar says he believes he and his colleagues were discriminated against not only because they are Indo-Canadian, but because their low-cost, high-volume business model undercut the services of established veterinarians they operated near. The choice to offer low-cost services was not just beneficial to business, he says; it filled a gap for many pet owners who couldn't otherwise afford basic services like spaying and neutering. Johar, who trained at the Punjab Agricultural Institute in India and spent four years completing equivalency exams when he moved to Canada in 1999, says it was clear to him that there was a gap in services that he could fill. "Many people did not have money. So we helped them," he said.
If United can avoid defeat in their final three away games they will become the third club to finish a top-flight season without loss on the road.
DUNEDIN, Fla. — Los Angeles Angels outfielder Dexter Fowler has a torn ACL in his left knee that requires season-ending surgery. A date for the procedure has not been set. Recovery time is expected to be six to nine months. “Comeback season has commenced,” Fowler said Sunday. “The cards I've been dealt, so you've got to deal with them and go at it like that.” Fowler was hurt when he took an awkward step on second base in Friday night’s game against Toronto. At first he thought he was hit by a thrown ball. The Angels initially thought Fowler had avoided a serious injury but an MRI exam on Saturday found the tear. “The preliminary tests were fine,” Fowler said. “Thought the ACL and everything was fine, and then woke up the next morning and it was kind of sore. ... Went and got an MRI and the doc told me that I tore my ACL and my medial meniscus and strained my MCL.” Fowler doesn't think the injury is career-ending. “I want to continue to play,” the 35-year-old said. “I think I've still got a lot left in the tank. Right now I just want to get the knee back right and get going again.” Los Angeles manager Joe Maddon talked with Fowler on Sunday and said he took the situation as well as can be expected. “We’re going to miss him,” Maddon said. He said José Rojas and Juan Lagares will play in right field in the near future. It is possible that Jared Walsh could see some playing time there as well. Third baseman Anthony Rendon was not in Sunday’s lineup against the Blue Jays. Maddon said Rendon felt something in his groin while making a throw Saturday night. “I don’t know if he’s going to be more than one day,” he said. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The Associated Press
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The second night of the BAFTAs, featuring the main film prizes, will soon be underway. Please check this page for live updates of the winners and commentary about the awards. The 2021 event marks a historic turning point for the BAFTAs. They are the first edition to take place since the organization’s groundbreaking diversity review, […]
Speaking after an all-party meeting held virtually to discuss the COVID-19 situation in Maharashtra on Sunday, state health minister Rajesh Tope said an appropriate decision regarding imposing a lockdown in Maharashtra will be taken after 14 April
At least four people were found dead on a migrant boat off the Canary Island of El Hierro on Sunday, the Spanish Red Cross said. The vessel was spotted by a fishing boat around 120 miles (193 km) to the south of El Hierro, one of the smallest of the Canary Islands, according to local media. A rescue operation was underway on Sunday afternoon, with three helicopters deployed to airlift the injured to safety.
Katie Ledecky won the 1,500-meter freestyle at the Pro Swim Series meet with the world’s fastest time this year. Ashley Twichell finished second in 16:06.68. Ledecky’s time was 17 seconds quicker than the second-fastest swimmer, Simona Quadarella who swam 15:57.03 at the recent Italian Olympic trials.