Scotland manager Alex McLeish has called on fans and supporters to fill Hampden Park for their UEFA Nations League decider against Israel on Tuesday.Despite nine players dropping out of Scotland squad, they defeated Albania 4-0 in Shkoder and now need to a win against Israel to head to the playoffs of the UEFA Nations League.Scotland prepare to host Israel on Tuesday night and a win will see them secure a playoff spot for the 2020 European Championship and McLeish wants to count on the home support at Hampden Park to help them finish top spot in Group C1.“We always try to win so we have set ourselves up as have Israel and it should be a good game,” McLeish told Sky Sports.Scotland needs a hero: Billy Dodds Manuel R. Medina – September 10, 2019 According to former striker, Billy Dodds his country needs a hero to inspire future generations as the team’s hope to qualify to the EURO 2020 is small.“We are at home so let’s hope there is a response from the Tartan Army. We’d like the supporters to come to cheer the guys to victory.“If we play to that level again then we have a good chance.”
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, August 4, 2016 – The UK tells its pregnant citizens not to travel to South Florida as the CDC for the first time in history issued a warning for travel within the United States. And today Magnetic Media learned that the US has now added the Turks and Caicos Islands to its advisories regarding the Zika Virus.The US Embassy in Nassau over the phone confirmed to us that they are monitoring very closely these islands, and have in the meantime recommended that their US Citizens traveling to or residing in the TCI enroll in the Department of State’s Smart Traveler Enrollment Program or STEP. This allows citizens to get US updates and makes it easier for the US consulate to contact them, as American citizens in the event of an emergency.Meanwhile, in Florida the CDC has named a 100 square mile area, north of Down Town Miami – Windward – as a Zika stricken zone due to 15 confirmed cases of local transmissions; which means mosquitoes are passing along the scary virus to residents there.Meanwhile, in Florida the CDC has named a 100 square mile area, north of Down Town Miami – Windward – as a Zika stricken zone due to 15 confirmed cases of local transmissions; which means mosquitoes are passing along the scary virus to residents there. There has been concern by residents that the five cases in TCI were not more immediately reported; during House of Assembly debate last week, the Health Minister, Premier Rufus Ewing explained what factored into the delay in reporting. But that explanation does not take away the local population or a tourists’ right to know.The Centers for Disease Control explains in the Mandatory Reporting of Infectious Diseases by Clinicians document that, “Reporting of cases of infectious diseases and related conditions has been and remains a vital step in controlling and preventing the spread of communicable disease. These reports are useful in many ways, including assurance of provision of appropriate medical therapy, detection of common-source outbreaks and planning and evaluating prevention and control programs.”There has been no update since the initial report of five confirmed cases in the TCI; we still have no idea what island, which part of the island or if there are more cases waiting to be confirmed. In the US, quite a contrast, as the CDC has been so specific in reporting the infested area of Florida that it has narrowed it down to square miles, tells that there are 15 confirmed cases, and advises its citizens and guests to the country not to go to the Winward District. Related Items:CDC issues warning for travel within the U.S, U.S embassy encourages their citizens to enroll in STEP program, updates slow to come on Zika cases in TCI Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppMontego Bay, Jamaica, October. 23, 2016 – The Government’s drive to bring cheaper and cleaner energy to the people of Jamaica has been advanced with the arrival of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) for the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) power plant in Bogue, St. James. Supplied by New Fortress Energy, the shipment arrived at the Port of Montego Bay aboard the feeder ship Anthony Veeder on October 22.Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of JPS, Kelly Tomblin, said the introduction of LNG as part of the energy mix represents “a historic milestone for Jamaica” as the nation pursues “energy diversification and the expansion of its energy sector”. Ms. Tomblin, who was at the Montego Bay port for the ship’s arrival, said New Fortress has pumped US$750 million into the construction of the LNG terminal. She said that natural gas will play a key role in transforming the energy sector, while supporting industrial development and economic growth. “We are definitely on the threshold of great things for Jamaica and the region,” Ms. Tomblin added.Just a year ago, New Fortress Energy signed an agreement with JPS to supply LNG for Jamaica’s 120-megawatt power plant in Bogue. Earlier this year, the plant was converted to run on gas as well as Automotive Diesel Oil (ADO). JPS and New Fortress Energy have also signed an agreement to extend the supply of gas to Jamaica to the new 190-megawatt power plant at Old Harbour Bay, St. Catherine. New Fortress Energy has agreed to privately finance and develop the infrastructure necessary to deliver LNG to the new Old Harbour plant.Meanwhile, Project Manager at the Port Authority of Jamaica, Keith Mitchell, said the agency is pleased to have done its part in facilitating the arrival of the vessel and to provide the infrastructure for the cargo to be unloaded. “The LNG diversification project has resulted in the Authority fast-tracking its master plan for the development of the Port of Montego Bay into a modern facility with separate berths dedicated to cargo operations and cruise shipping,” he pointed out.“We are also delighted to have been able to facilitate and enable the realisation of a national objective, which has been in the pipeline for a number of years. This project is of national importance and is part of the Government’s drive to bring cheaper energy to the Jamaican people,” he added.He informed that the Port Authority leased the lands to New Fortress for infrastructural works to enable the weekly arrival of LNG to be offloaded, converted and channelled for use at the Bogue Power Plant. “This investment has the potential to significantly reduce energy costs and thus drive economic development and job creation and promote the wide industrial application of LNG,” Mr. Mitchell further explained.“It will also see the facilitation of cruise and cargo vessels using LNG as well as the exportation of the product to other regional countries,” he added. He noted that with the weekly docking of the LNG vessel coupled with the increased home-porting activities, there is need for the development of new port infrastructure, and a new dedicated cargo berth for docking containers and liquid bulk (fuels) vessels. “There are indeed numerous opportunities for Jamaica to benefit,” Mr. Mitchell added. Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, September 18, 2017 – Nassau – Marquis Who’s Who, the premier authority on who makes a difference in the worlds of politics, law, science, art, business and community, has bestowed its highest honour on visionary entrepreneur Michael D. Dingman, naming him a 2017 Marquis Who’s Who Lifetime Achiever. Mr. Dingman, a businessman, international investor and philanthropist, is the first Bahamian to have achieved the distinction.According to a statement issued by Marquis September 16, Mr. Dingman is being “celebrated for his significant achievements, leadership qualities and the credentials and successes he has accrued in his field.”Over more than six decades, Mr. Dingman’s intellectual curiosity, engineering background and constantly inquiring mind have led him to historic firsts in practical science applications, corporate and national economic development in struggling economies and extended to founding the award-winning Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Maryland.Reached shortly after he received news of the honour, Mr. Dingman said he was taken by surprise.Michael Dingman“I am humbled by this honour,” he said. “There are so many people out there leading corporations, making important contributions, uncovering cures for diseases or new ways to produce food, it is humbling to think that someone like me who got his start long before the first cell phone call was ever made is being remembered and honoured by the founders of Who’s Who. I hope this inspires other Bahamians who believe they can make a difference.”The current president and chief executive officer of Shipston Group, Ltd, a private equity company based in Nassau, Bahamas, Mr. Dingman began his career as a partner at Burnham and Company in 1964. In 1970, he became the president, chief executive officer, and member of the board of directors of the Wheelabrator-Frye Inc., where he served for more than 10 years. Mr. Dingman established Wheelabrator-Frye Inc. by combining the Wheelabrator industrial-cleaning and air-pollution-control units with Frye Copysystems, a manufacturer of printing inks. In 1983, Wheelabrator was acquired by The Signal Companies, where Mr. Dingman served as president and member of the board of directors until 1985.Allied Corporation and Signal Companies merged in 1985 to establish The Henley Group Inc., and Mr. Dingman maintained his position within the new corporation as chief executive officer and chairman of the board. He was also chairman of the board of Fisher Science International Inc, from 1991 to 1998 and chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Abex Inc. from 1992 to 1995. He served as a member of the board of directors of Ford Motor Company, Fisher Science International Inc, Time Warner, Inc., Mellon Finance Corporation, and Teekay Shipping Corp. He also served his community as a trustee of The John A. Hartford Foundation.Mr. Dingman received an Honorary Doctorate of Science in Business and Management from the University of Maryland. Mr. Dingman is an active member of the advanced board of IEEE. He is also a member of multiple clubs, including Links, the Yacht Club of New York City; Union Club in Boston; Cruising of America in Connecticut; the Bohemian in San Francisco; Lyford Cay in Nassau; La Jolla Country Club; and the San Diego Yacht Club. He has been featured in Who’s Who in Finance and Business, Who’s Who in Finance and Industry, Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the East, Who’s Who in the West, Who’s Who in the World.In recognition of outstanding contributions to his profession and the Marquis Who’s Who community, Mr. Dingman has been featured on the Marquis Who’s Who Lifetime Achievers website. Please visit www.ltachievers.com for more information about this honor.Release: DPA Media
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is happy with his side’s first away victory as they thrashed Hamilton 4-1 on Sunday.Gerrard’s men could only come away with a victory in the final six minutes when they scored three goals in a keenly contested affair.However, the Liverpool legend reckoned his team were more than a little fortunate to secure all three points after a lacklustre display at New Douglas Park.“Very happy with the three points,” Gerrard told Sky. “I did not think we played well today at all and 4-1 flattered us a bit. We were not really at it today.Owen reveals why Liverpool didn’t offer Gerrard a new contract Manuel R. Medina – September 6, 2019 According to Owen, the Reds wanted to sell Gerrard two years before he left the club and that’s why they didn’t offer him a contract renewal.“But all the talk before the game was of how we can’t win away from home, so we will take the three points and move on.“We are on the back of two really good performances and in your head, you are looking for something close to that. But the pitch and the environments become a leveller.“But maybe I am wanting too much and wanting to see too much on the eye. People only ever remember the result.”
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed the club is closing in on the signing of Maryan Shved from Karpaty Lviv.The Scottish champions are set to sign the Ukrainian winger but Rodgers made it clear that the player wasn’t for the first team because he didn’t want another winger.“I can’t say I know a great deal about him but what I have seen he is a talent and something that will probably benefit the club in the future,” Rodgers said, according to stv.“We have got about a million wingers, we don’t need another one.”“The club have been in contact with his representatives and he is a player for the future.”Match Preview: Manchester United vs Leicester City Boro Tanchev – September 13, 2019 Old Trafford is the venue for the Premier League encounter between Manchester United and Leicester City, which kicks off at 16:00 (CET) on Saturday.“He is a talented young player. I haven’t seen a great deal of him to be honest, it is something that has come to the club through circumstance and he has been watched.”“I think that they will look to get the deal done on him and he will probably be out on loan.”
Posted: April 6, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter VISTA (KUSI) — The Vista Sheriff’s Department Friday was asking the public to help locate a missing 42-year-old man who was in need of immediate medical attention.Dakota Anding, 42, was reported missing Wednesday. He was last seen at the intersection of Melrose and Santa Fe around 11:30 p.m.Anding is described as a tan white male, 6 feet tall and 152 pounds. He has blue/gray eyes and a dark beard. He also has a tribal tattoo on his left arm, black bat tattoos on his upper arm, a surf tattoo on his left wrist and an alien tattoo on his right arm.He was last seen wearing black sweatpants and a black zippered jacket.If you have any information on Anding’s location, please contact the Vista Sheriff’s Department at 760-940-4551. Vista Sheriff’s Department searching for missing 42-year-old who needs medical attention KUSI Newsroom April 6, 2018 KUSI Newsroom,
Categories: Entertainment, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Human Rights Watch Film Festival KUSI Newsroom Posted: January 28, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The Museum of Photographic Arts is inviting local activists and moviegoers into the worlds of real, heroic people at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival.Spectators can view the five films from January 31st to February 2nd at MOPA’s Joan & Irwin Jacobs Theater.The creators of the presented films are also advocates for social change and say they will he having post-screening Q&A sessions.For more information click here. January 28, 2019
KUSI Newsroom April 25, 2019 Updated: 6:28 PM KUSI Newsroom, Oceanside and Airbnb announce short-term rental tax collection agreement Posted: April 25, 2019 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The city of Oceanside and vacation rental website Airbnb announced an agreement Thursday to collect vacation rental taxes that will benefit the city’s general fund.On May 1, Airbnb will start collecting the city’s 10 percent transient occupancy tax and 1.5 percent tourism marketing district tax on all of its vacation rental listings in Oceanside. Airbnb will collect the taxes at the time renters pay for their reservation, then remit the revenue to the city. San Diego and Carlsbad have similar agreements with the company.The city collected roughly $2.5 million in transient occupancy taxes during the 2017-18 fiscal year. Oceanside plans to use the revenue to pay for expenses like police and firefighter salaries and city parks.“Tourism revenue plays an important part in the city budget, and this process will ensure that the appropriate taxes from that industry are collected in a timely and efficient fashion,” Oceanside City Manager Michelle Skaggs Lawrence said.The city has sought to regulate the short-term rental market that has rapidly expanded in coastal communities and towns throughout the county. Earlier this year, city officials and the Oceanside City Council expressed interest in requiring home owners to obtain a license and pay an annual fee if they want to list their home on a vacation rental platform like Airbnb or VRBO.According to Airbnb, the company has collected and remitted more than $1.25 billion in tourism tax revenue at its listings around the world since 2014.“Airbnb helps Oceanside families earn extra money to help make ends meet while allowing visitors to stay in local neighborhoods to experience this beautiful coastal community,” said Matt Middlebrook, Airbnb’s head of policy in California. “We are excited to partner with the city of Oceanside to make the tax collection process easier for hosts and want to promote healthy tourism in Oceanside communities.” Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
A Vancouver woman who gained worldwide notoriety for falsely claiming to be the victim of an acid attack was in court Tuesday morning to postpone her March trial date.Flanked by her defense attorney and Clark County Prosecutor Tony Golik, Bethany J. Storro, 28, entered Clark County Superior Court Judge John Nichols’ courtroom. She was met by a barrage of reporters and TV cameramen packed in the first few rows. Cameras snapped as Storro approached the judge’s bench. Dressed in black pants and a black coat, Storro’s face appeared to have healed somewhat since her last hearing, though it was still pink, blotchy and scabbed. In December, her face had been brighter red.The entire hearing lasted less than a minute. Defense attorney Andrew Wheeler told the judge that he just received reports from Western State Hospital late last week concerning his client’s mental state and needed time to review them.“Are you waiving your right to a speedy trial?” Judge Nichols asked Storro.“Yes, your honor,” she said.Nichols set trial for May 16, with a readiness hearing May 12. The trial had earlier been set for March 9.It’s uncertain whether Storro — who is charged with three counts of second-degree theft for community donations received under false pretenses — will even stand trial.
Two dogs repeatedly spotted roaming the area around the 1300 block of Northwest 80th Street, north of 78th Street and east of Lakeshore Avenue, attacked and killed a cat Thursday evening.Gail Roberton said her 20-year-old black cat Boo was mauled to death in her front yard sometime between 5:30 and 6 p.m.One of Roberton’s neighbors chased off the dogs, which Roberton described as “pit bulls or pit bull mixes.”A mail carrier told Roberton he often sees the animals in that area. It is not known who, if anyone, owns the animals. “They could get anybody’s cat, or child, who knows,” Roberton said of the dogs. The incident was reported to Clark County Animal Control. Anyone with information on the dogs is asked to call animal control at 360-397-2375.The Vancouver City Council declined on Monday to consider a ban against pit bulls, opting instead to explore bolstering ordinances dealing with dangerous dogs in general.
A pilot program set to launch this fall will give Clark Public Utilities customers a closer look at their energy usage, and a chance to see how they stack up against their neighbors.In an effort to entice people to conserve, the utility will send periodic “home energy reports” to about 20,000 customers, detailing their usage and suggestions on how to cut back. A separate Facebook application will allow customers to compare their results online with others, or even coordinate friendly energy-saving competitions.Utilities across the country have joined the program, crafted by Virginia-based conservation company OPower, in recent years. The Bonne-ville Power Administration helped bring Southwest Washington into the mix earlier this year, kicking in $300,000 to help two local utilities and a Puget Sound-area utility roll out their own versions.The idea, said BPA program lead Summer Goodwin, is to help people tackle energy conservation from a new vantage point.“Usually, we’re talking about technology,” Goodwin said. “Here, we’re talking about human or organizational behavior.”Plenty of people have taken it upon themselves to use less energy where they can. But a little competition doesn’t hurt.Here’s how it works: Clark Public utilities will initially select a pool of 30,000 customers who might be able to cut back on excess energy usage based on past history, said Larry Blaufus, a senior manager with the utility. About 20,000 of those will start receiving home energy reports in the mail by September and October.The utility will keep track of how much they cut back, he said, using the other 10,000 customers (who won’t receive reports) as a sort of control group to gauge the difference.
SEATTLE — People living in the path of a deadly Washington state landslide had virtually no warning before a wall of mud, trees and other debris thundered down the mountain. Some of the homeowners didn’t even know the hillside could give way at any time.Unlike the warning systems and elaborate maps that help residents and officials prepare for natural disasters such as floods and hurricanes, there’s no national system to monitor slide activity and no effort underway to produce detailed nationwide landslide hazard maps. The U.S. Geological Survey doesn’t track or inventory slide areas on a national scale, despite an ambitious plan to do so more than a decade ago when Congress directed it to come up with a national strategy to reduce landslide losses. That’s left states and communities to put together a patchwork of maps showing landslide hazards. In some cases, they are discovering that more buildings than previously thought are sitting on unstable ground. Even then, that information may not make its way to property owners. Building a nationwide system is now possible with new technology, experts say, but would require spending tens of millions of dollars annually and could take more than a decade to complete with the help of states and cities. So far, however, there has been little public outcry for faster, concerted action.
PORTLAND — A white supremacist whose Pacific Northwest crime rampage claimed four lives in 2011 has pleaded guilty to federal charges.Court-appointed attorney Richard Wolf said Wednesday that David “Joey” Pedersen pleaded guilty to two counts of carjacking resulting in death — one for Oregon teenager Cody Myers and the other for Reginald Clark of California.Pedersen is to be sentenced at an August hearing to life in prison.He previously pleaded guilty in state court to murder in the slaying of his father and stepmother in Everett.His girlfriend, Holly Grigsby, pleaded guilty to federal charges last month and will receive a life sentence.
Tuesday at Bonneville — 3,701 adult spring chinook, 27 jack chinook, 26 steelhead. Water temperature is 50.2 degrees. Tuesday at Willamette Falls — 105 adult spring chinook and 29 steelhead.
DAEJEON, South Korea — Pope Francis called Friday for Catholics to combat the allure of materialism, an appeal that might be a hard sell in South Korea, a newly rich and hyper-competitive country.Far from being considered an evil, the trappings of wealth are often linked here to the hard work, sacrifice and gritty persistence of generations who hustled their nation out of war, dictatorship and poverty into an Asian powerhouse.“I don’t want to knock successful people off their pedestal just because they have a lot of money,” said Kim Eui-kyun, a 61-year-old from Seoul who described himself as a lapsed Catholic. “If someone has made a fortune for himself, fair and square, and has a lot of money, I don’t think that’s something to be condemned. I look up to them, actually, and I wonder, ‘What did I do wrong?”‘Francis made the call during his first public Mass in Asia. He received a boisterous welcome from tens of thousands of young Asians gathered for a Catholic festival in the central city of Daejeon. During his homily, Francis urged the faithful to reject “inhuman” economic policies that disenfranchise the poor and “the spirit of unbridled competition which generates selfishness and strife.”It’s a theme he has raised frequently during his pontificate, railing against the “idolatry of money” and the excesses of capitalism that leave the poorest even further on the margins of society. While his message has been met with skepticism among some conservatives in the U.S. who have branded him a Marxist, it has been welcomed in much of the developing world and even some South Koreans said Friday he had a point.
Andrey Voronenko Police have issued an Amber Alert for a missing 10-year-old Vancouver boy who was picked up from school today by his estranged father. Andrey Voronenko was picked up from Mill Plain Elementary School, 400 S.E. 164th Ave. in Vancouver, at about 2:25 p.m. by his father, Alexy Voronenko, 38. The boy and his mother had fled to Vancouver from Texas after Alexy Voronenko was placed in jail on a domestic violence charge, according to the Amber Alert. The boy’s father has been diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia and Andrey Voronenko could be in danger, according to the alert. The boy is 4 feet 10 inches tall, weighs about 70 pounds, and has green eyes and brown hair with a bowl cut. He was last seen wearing a navy polo shirt with pink stripes, gray pants, blue and gray tennis shoes and a dark, navy-blue rain coat. His father is 6 feet 2 inches tall, weighs 300 pounds and has brown hair and blue eyes. His hair has some gray in it, and he has a mustache. Alexy Voronenko is believed to be driving a dark-gray 2007 Honda Accord with a Texas license plate, number CKK3638. It’s a four-door sedan with tinted windows. Anyone with information about their whereabouts is asked to call the Clark County Sheriff’s Office at 360-397-2211 or 911.
“The project will include a casino complex, hotels, food and beverage and retail outlets and entertainment centers,” the letter said.“Gold Coast Entertainment will be strategically located near the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, thus easily accessible to gaming tourists.“The integrated resort and casino will be designed to convey a resort-like atmosphere. Accommodations and attractions will include non-traditional options to target a younger demographic of gamers and entertainment seekers.”PAVI is headed by Manuel Paulo Villar, the son of the Philippines’ richest man Manuel Villar Jr, with the family said to have previously obtained a gaming license before President Rodrigo Duterte’s famous moratorium on new casino licenses was issued early last year.“PAVI, Vertex and key contractor partners have, among them, the resources, experience and capability to master plan, develop, ensure the completion of and operate the proposed Gold Coast Entertainment City,” PAVI added.The first step for the company to realize its IR ambition is a city council hearing on a request for a non-objection clearance, the Inquirer said. Philippines power plant giant Prime Asset Ventures Inc (PAVI) is planning to develop a new integrated resort in Metro Manila offering “non-traditional options” to appeal to a younger generation of casino customers.According to the Philippines Inquirer, the project was proposed to the mayor of Las Piñas City, located immediately to the south of Manila’s Entertainment City gaming hub in Parañaque, in a letter dated 4 April 2019. The complex would be developed on a site covering 10 to 15 hectares and named Gold Coast Entertainment City. RelatedPosts 181 Chinese nationals arrested in dispute over POGO accreditation status Genting’s Resorts World Las Vegas names five key additions to executive team Load More Lack of premium mass strategy begs questions of SJM’s Grand Lisboa Palace launch: analysts
Do not miss your chance to attend the Employee Benefits Awards and Summer Party 2017, taking place on 9 June at the Artillery Garden at the HAC in London.The annual Employee Benefits Awards celebrate best practice and recognise employers’ benefits achievements over the last year.Winning organisations will be unveiled across more than 20 categories, from best mental health strategy through to best pensions communications.The coveted Employee benefits professional of the year accolade will also be bestowed upon an individual who has made their mark on the employee benefits industry.Following the awards ceremony, reward and benefits professionals can network and share ideas over a drinks reception or unwind at the on-site fairground.The event will provide a fantastic opportunity for the industry to come together to network and celebrate the successes of the last 12 months.For more information or to book your table.