In times of crisis, the health that is lived and the economic that is developing, has presented Rastar Group, the conglomerate that holds 99.55% of the share capital of Espanyol, your 2019 annual financial report. The accounts managed by AS show the muscle that the parakeet club had as of last December 31, until it became the jewel in the company’s crown in terms of results.In 154.9 million euros the 2019 business income of Rastar Sports HK Company Limited, the commercial name of Espanyol as a division of the company, which implies a significant increase of 40.59% compared to 2018. This great leap undoubtedly responds to two games that went off: television revenues grow by 41.5%, to 78.6 millionwhile the footballers sales reach 50.7 million, 52.9% more than the previous year. However, the great news is about the net profit obtained by Espanyol, from 28.6 million euros, a meteoric 116.14% higher to 2018. Espanyol net profit28.6116.14% Net profit Rastar338.41% CONCEPT 2019DIFFERENCE FROM 2018 Rastar Entertainment Income331.6-9% Rastar’s income falls but has benefitsRegarding the results of Rastar Interactive Entertainment Company, the full name of the conglomerate led by the president of Espanyol, Chen Yansheng, and of which the parrot club is part, in 2019 it brought together revenues of 331.6 million euros, which means a decrease of 9% compared to a year ago. However, the conclusions of the report present the company as healthy and projected into the future.The data of the financial report 2019 TV right income78.641.50% The report attributes this brutal increase mainly to two factors. On the one hand, the arrival of Wu Lei, which contributed three sponsors of depth and interest in the club from China and other parts of the planet. On the other, and no less important, access after 12 years of absence in continental competitions, in this case the Europa League, where Espanyol climbed from the preliminary phase to the round of 32, after a first place in the league that obviously also procures its financial returns. With all that, it is understood that the club could invest 40 million in reinforcements during the last winter market.It should be noted that does not about of the results of the exercise that are usually submitted to judgment in the Boards of Shareholders of Espanyol, and that it always runs from July 1 to June 30 of the following year. And also that figures of the original report appear in yuan (or renminbis), the currency with which Rastar is listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, so the change to euros in force at the closing of the report, that is, as of December 31, 2019, has been applied here.The cover of Rastar’s 2019 annual report. Player sales revenue50.752.95% Business income Espanyol154.940.55% * Amounts expressed in millions of eurosIn fact, the net profit does increase by 8.41%, to 33 million, on paper supported by an Espanyol yes well comprises 46% of income from Rastar him contributes 86% of the total of that profit. At least until last December 31, which in the worst case scenario means a good mattress for the future. 2020 is, for now, a year of absolute uncertainty, not only for the world situation but for the uncertain future of the team, in First or Second.
A group of private entities brought smiles to the faces of children at the Upper Demerara Hospital (UDH) at Wismar, Linden, and neighbouring communities, when they hosted a gift distribution and Christmas party exercise.One of the organisers of the event, Lincoln Zephyr, noted that this was just the beginning of what is expected to be an annual initiative within the Linden community.“This was the start of what is going to be an annual Christmas give back initiative to the kids at the Upper Demerara Hospital. As a Director of Vybz Entertainment, our newly formed company OLT Waste Solutions Enterprise and on behalf of Babulu Car Rental and Trucking Services, I would like to thank the Upper Demerara Hospital and staff for giving us this opportunity to give back to our community,” he noted.Dr Roscoe McDonald, who is in charge of the family health clinic at the medical facility, noted that the initiative was a great gesture which lightened the spirits of the children at the Hospital.“It was a great initiative. The children that turned out were extremely happy… they were blessed with snacks, games and even presents. I trust that this gesture will continue for it seems to have given them a bright day,” he said.The companies, Babulu’s Car Rental and Trucking Services, OLT Waste Solutions Enterprise and Vybz Entertainment teamed up for the grand initiative, in keeping with the spirit of Christmas.
Here are the top transfer-related stories in Monday’s newspapers…Manchester City are ready to offer Yaya Toure a one-year contract extension. Toure, who turned 34 on Saturday, is out of contract at the end of the season and had been expected to leave after seven glittering years as a Blue. But boss Pep Guardiola wants Toure, who played for him at Spanish giants Barcelona, to stay on for another season. (Daily Mirror)Pep Guardiola has joined the race for Italian keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma. The AC Milan whizkid, 18, has just one year left on his current deal and has told pals he is heading to the Premier League. Manchester United had been leading the chase for the teenager but Guardiola is looking at a move to bring him to City. (The Sun)Jose Mourinho is facing another battle with Manchester United’s Europa League final opponents Ajax as both clubs vie to sign Malmo forward Pawel Cibicki. United are believed to be keen on bringing the Swedish Under-21 international to Old Trafford after scouts continue to monitor his progress. (The Sun)James Rodriguez is keen on a move to Manchester United – but he will only join them if they guarantee him Champions League football. The Real Madrid forward looks set to leave the Bernabeu this summer after falling down the pecking order under Zinedine Zidane. (Daily Express)Alvaro Morata has told Real Madrid he’s leaving to join Chelsea. The Spain international has been linked with a move to the Premier League in recent months and is understood to have informed Real he is heading to Chelsea. (Daily Star)Chelsea winger Willian has pledged his future to the club. The Brazil international has struggled for starts under Antonio Conte this term and is being eyed by Manchester United. But he wants to stay at Stamford Bridge. (Daily Star)Michy Batshuayi could be on his way out of Chelsea – despite scoring the goal which clinched the title. West Ham, who were gazumped by their London rivals for Batshuayi last summer, remain keen on the 23-year-old, while Marseille and Monaco are both interested in taking him back to French football. (Daily Mirror)West Ham are plotting an ambitious move for Napoli winger Dries Mertens. The Belgian has been linked with both Manchester United and Chelsea but is now on Slaven Bilic’s radar. Napoli are desperate to keep Mertens – yet he could be tempted by a £20million summer switch to the Premier League. (The Sun)Burnley manager Sean Dyche has warned the club’s supporters not to expect them to spend big in the summer. The Clarets, one of the season’s relegation favourites, have been making plans for next year since reaching 40 Premier League points. (Daily Mail)Phil Bardsley could be part of a summer clear out at Stoke as manager Mark Hughes plots a squad shake-up. Newcastle, Reading, Hull, Brighton and Sunderland are keen on the full-back. (Daily Mail)Nottingham Forest plan to move for Barrie McKay if the winger’s contract talks with Rangers end in stalemate. Entering the final year of his current deal, the 22-year-old insists he wants to stay with the Ibrox club. However, after rejecting the offer of an extension in February, McKay is able talk to interested clubs from next January if agreement can’t be reached. (Daily Mail)
Two men who took turns swigging a bottle of whiskey while they viciously assaulted a defenceless couple who had complained about noise outside their home have been jailed.Leon Kelly, 29 and Jonathon Porter, 27, were jailed after pleading guilty to assaulting Neil McConnell and his wife Marian outside their home in Raphoe in Co Donegal. The court heard details of the vicious assault which took place in September, 2012.Mr and Mrs McConnell had been watching television at their home in Meadowhill, Raphoe when they heard a racket outside their home around midnight.Mr McConnell went outside and was set upon by both Kelly and Porter who were drinking from a bottle of whiskey.Mr McConnell was kicked in the privates and then attacked while he was on the ground.When Mrs Marian McConnell emerged from her home, Jonathon Porter attacked her viciously.After assaulting her her said to her “Get back or you’ll get the same.”The men fled when the third men said the Gardai were coming.Leon Kelly – jailed for a year and a half.Porter’s barrister Ms Fiona Crawford told Letterkenny Circuit Criminal Court that her client admitted that he was a drunken mess on the night and was ashamed of what had happened.He had been shunned by his family and his mother did not speak to him for several months after the horrific attack.She said however that since the incident four years ago, Porter had moved away and was not heavily involved in the training of horses at a high level.He worked on a number of stud farms and broke horses for a number of top horse owners including Prince Khalid bin Abdullah of Saudi Arabia of Juddmonte Farms.He was now living in Kilmacourt Woods in Portarlington, Co Laois and has a partner and young daughter.Kelly’s barrister, Mr Peter Nolan said his client had a serious issue with alcohol but was sorry for what he had done and had apologised to Mr McConnell and had paid him compensation of €200.Kelly’s mother, Mrs Rosemary Kelly, said her son, of The Close, Raphoe, was a good man who called her every day but did have an issue with alcohol.The court heard how Kelly had 23 previous convictions for a range of offences including assault and road traffic incidents.Judge Martin Nolan said he was surprised that such violence had taken place in a rural area.He added that he believed both men were remorseful for what they had done but stressed it was serious crime which he put at the mid to upper end of Section 3 assaults.He sentenced both men to two and a half year sentences but adjourned the last year of each case meaning both men will serve one and a half years in prison.Men jailed after brutal attack on Raphoe couple was last modified: February 8th, 2017 by StephenShare 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) Tags:attackdonegalJonathon POrterLeon KellyRaphoewhiskey
FIRE crews, ambulance personnel and Gardai are at the scene of an horrific car smash which has left a motorist trapped.Three cars were involved in the smash on the Fintown Road, Ballybofey, at breakfast time.Two children and two adults were hurt in the incident. Gardai say the road has now reopened.Four ambulance crews were at the scene.“It looks an horrific incident,” said one eye-witness.“Thankfully no-one has been killed. There are two walking wounded and crews are dealing with them. “Fire officers are cutting one other person out of a vehicle.” MOTORIST TRAPPED AND CHILDREN HURT IN CAR CRASH was last modified: April 23rd, 2013 by BrendaShare 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) Tags:BallybofeyFintown roadMOTORIST TRAPPED AND CHILDREN HURT IN CAR CRASH
The damage at Glencolmcille GAA Club. Pix: NorthWestNewsPixSTORM WARNING: THE roof of a local GAA club has been damaged in high winds – with a warning that 110kn/hr winds overnight and into Tuesday will cause even more damage across Donegal.With trees in full bloom, more damage is expected. Met Eireann has issued a yellow status alert for high winds.An investigation has been launched after a large marquee blew away in Glencolmcille and caused considerable damage to the club house. The incident happened earlier this afternoon but thankfully nobody was hurt.Eye-witnesses said the marquee caused damage to several cars and also damaged the roof.The eye witness said: “It’s fortunate that nobody was hurt. It was quite a large marquee and all of a sudden it took off.”A number of tiles have been ripped away from the club house, the focus of the local community. A full inspection of the damage won’t take place until later on Tuesday once the storm has passed. DONEGAL STORM WARNING AS GAA CLUBHOUSE DAMAGED BY BLOW-AWAY MARQUEE was last modified: August 4th, 2015 by John2Share 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) Tags:ClubdamageGAAGlencolmcillestorm
Molly Citro, the leader of McKinleyville High’s championship girls golf team, signed a letter of intent to play collegiate golf at Marymount University (Arlington, Va.), Monday afternoon at Beau Pre Golf Course in McKinelyville.Citro was the 2018 Humboldt-Del Norte League individual champion, captaining her Panthers to a second-straight North Coast Section Division-II title last season. The McKinleyville girls are the only team in the H-DNL to have captured a section title, let alone two, in …
21 February 2014 South Africa will enter a new “radical phase” of economic transformation over the next five years to address poverty, unemployment and inequality, President Jacob Zuma said in Cape Town on Thursday. Replying to the debate on the State of the Nation address in Parliament, Zuma said South Africa had achieved social transformation over the past 20 years, and the emphasis would now be on economic transformation to ensure that black people also owned the economy. It would be a phase “of focusing on economic transformation in particular,” Zuma said. “We have achieved political freedom, now we have to achieve economic freedom and ensure that the owner of the economy is deracialised.” He added that the New Growth Path, which promotes local manufacturing, the National Infrastructure Plan and the Industrial Policy Action Plan would continue to shape the government’s policy agenda. Zuma said work was underway to establish a BBBEE commission to regulate and oversee empowerment transactions related to South Africa’s black economic empowerment policies. Despite the country’s employment equity policies, equity reports indicated that the economy was still in the hands of the white minority. “We must therefore intensify the implementation of affirmative action policies in order to deepen reconciliation and social cohesion in our country. I think it is important to look at reality … to take those who were left outside and bring them into the economy.” Responding to opposition parties’ criticisms over job creation, Zuma said they failed to give credit where it was due. All the jobs that had been lost during the 2008-09 global economic crisis had been recovered over the past five years and the economy had in fact created additional new jobs. He said the Jobs Fund, which was created in 2011, had approved 66 projects and committed more than R3-billion to job-creating enterprises. To date, more than 8 000 new permanent jobs and 4 000 short-term jobs had been created through the fund, while more than 25 000 beneficiaries had received training. The country’s development finance institutions, meanwhile, had also been directed to invest in job creating projects, Zuma said. The Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) had approved more than R50-billion in new industrial funding since 2009, in projects ranging from agro-processing, film-making, the auto sector, steel and engineering, clothing and textiles, mining, the green economy and tourism. And the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) had committed in excess of R38-billion to enhancing the productivity of the real economy through economic and social infrastructure, enterprise development and renewable energy. Source: SAnews.gov.za
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The #3 story of 2015 was: Update on Coy Wolf sighting in OhioAre there crosses between coyotes and wolves roaming the rural areas of Ohio? There is evidence to suggest that is the case and we have photos to prove it. There are clearly plenty of people around the state interested in the topic and other mysteries of Ohio wildlife.
What do you do when all those you interact with in your business are suddenly made out of your bounds? You search desperately for a place where transactions with your ecosystem are permitted.That is precisely what actors in India’s blockchain ecosystem – developers, services providers, and other companies – are doing by moving bag and baggage to crypto-friendly destinations or at least seriously considering the option. The migration has been triggered by various moves of the Indian government to ring-fence all things cryptocurrency in the country as a result of which fledgling blockchain players here are looking for more friendly places.Read it at Factor Daily Related Items