SUPPORT: Support to users in the registration process and during the work in the system will be provided by Fina and these questions are received at the e-mail address: meri.podrška@fina.hr. liquidity and working capital loanspayment delayloan rescheduling Applying through the MEASURES portal does not imply automatic approval of loans to applicants for the initial application. The system collects applications centrally and, after checking the entered data, sends the data from the application to the banks. Each bank, upon receipt and processing of the data from the application, contacts the applicant of the measure and directly undertakes the further loan approval process in accordance with its criteria. In the next few days, through the MEASURES portal, it will be possible to enter other necessary data necessary for banks to evaluate the requests for all three measures. It is recommended to all applicants to follow the notifications on the availability of notification of all measures through the MEASURES portal. The notice will be published on the websites of all involved institutions, and until then you can register in the system and enter basic information. Applicants who can register for the mentioned measures on the MEASURES portal are companies, crafts, family farms whose business activities are endangered or completely disabled in the circumstances of the epidemic. Registration and registration of the applicant of the initial request on the MJERE portal is enabled via the link: https://gospodarskemjere.fina.hr. To be able to apply, applicants need to pre-register on the MEASURES portal. To register on the MEASURES portal, the applicant enters several basic data, after which it receives a link to activate the password to the e-mail address. During the preparation of registration data, the applicant on the MEASURES portal gives consent for the processing of personal and other data for the purpose of processing his application. After successfully registering, the user can log in to the system and start entering data for the economic operator for which he wishes to submit an initial request for the use of one of the measures. FINA invites all economic entities in the Republic of Croatia whose business is endangered due to the COVID-19 pandemic (applicants) to initially apply for measures of the Government of the Republic of Croatia in order to preserve the level of economic activity and liquidity through a single online portal starting from 31 March 2020. established by Fina for this purpose (MEASURES portal) .1 / 1The mentioned measures available to the applicants through the MEASURE portal refer to the following: In order to be able to provide the necessary support in a timely manner, please follow all the accompanying guidelines for submitting an initial request on the MEASURES portal and follow the information that will be published on the website. IMPORTANT NOTES FOR APPLICANTS When submitting the initial request through the MEASURE portal, the applicant gives a statement guaranteeing the truthfulness and accuracy of the data, after which his application for the measure will be automatically submitted to the selected bank to the specific economic operator and the corresponding set of reported data. After the application of the initial request has been processed, the applicants continue the communication related to the realization of the request with the selected bank. Statement on the estimated decrease in income in 2020 compared to 2019,statement of declining revenues in the first quarter of 2020 compared to the same period in 2019iEstimated amount of credit required the following mandatory statements: Institutions to which the applicant’s initial requests on the MEASURES portal will be forwarded are all banks that have an approval to operate in the Republic of Croatia, HBOR, HAMAG-BICRO. In addition to banks, HBOR and HAMAG-BICRO, representatives of the Ministry of Finance, the Croatian National Bank and, of course, Fina also participate in the activities of establishing this unique online portal, given that the establishment of a single online MEASURE portal enables the implementation of their monitoring and reporting obligations. a measure to preserve the level of economic activity and liquidity, according to the existing mandates of the mentioned institutions. Functionality: Despite the circumstances, great efforts are being made to enable a complete online application process on the MEASURES portal, which will include all three measures for financial liquidity, and to provide the necessary assistance and support in the application process. From 31.03.2020. is available to applicants on the MEASURES portal: application option for measure liquidity and working capital loans registration in the system, data entry for the economic operator who is the subject of the application, the choice of the credit institution in which he wishes to have his application considered and We refer future applicants to the MEASURES portal to familiarize themselves with the information available in mind Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), user instructions and video materials designed to facilitate the registration and application of the initial application. Source: koronavirus.hr
#wearmask More medical workers have lost their lives to the coronavirus as the number of cases continues to grow at an alarming rate in Indonesia.The Indonesian Medical Association (IDI) announced on Saturday that 130 doctors had died of COVID-19. IDI mitigation team deputy head Ari Kusuma Januarto expressed his concerns over the increased mortality rate of medical workers.“Although the government has created awareness about the importance of complying with health protocol, the number of health worker deaths continues to increase rapidly,” he said. Read also: IDI urges better protection for medical workers as five more doctors die of COVID-19He said that this phenomenon proved that the public was both ignorant to the health protocols and did not care about health workers’ safety.Ari added that losing more health workers would create disadvantages to the country’s healthcare system.Ari said Indonesia was among the countries with the lowest number of doctors, as one doctor had to serve around 3,000 people. Losing more health workers would disrupt the healthcare services in Indonesia, both for COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 patients.Sonny Harry B Harmadi, the national COVID-19 task force member heading the behavioral change division, raised a similar issue, noting that Indonesia had a limited number of doctors and health workers.“If we don’t stop the transmission, the number of cases will continue to increase. With limited facilities, we’re going to face a [serious] problem,” he said on Friday.That being said, the task force has embarked on an awareness program called the 3M Health Protocol, with 3M referring to menggunakan masker (mask-wearing), mencuci tangan (hand-washing) and menjaga jarak (social distancing). The program involves collaboration with the National Population and Family Planning Board (BKKBN).The protocols are considered to be effective at preventing person-to-person transmission of COVID-19.Indonesia has seen a continuously rising number of confirmed cases since March. As of Sunday, the country recorded 303,498 cases with 228,453 recoveries and 11,151 deaths. (jes) Topics : According to the IDI data, 67 of the fallen doctors were general practitioners, 61 were specialist doctors and two were residents. Nine of them were also professors.Physician deaths were reported from IDI branches in 18 provinces and 61 regencies.Dentists and nurses also lost their lives to the coronavirus.The Indonesian Dentists Association (PDGI) has reported that nine dentists have died from the disease. Meanwhile, the Indonesian Nurses Association (PPNI) has revealed that 92 nurses have lost their lives in the fight against the pandemic.
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Paddington also had a strong clearance rate. This house at 105 Lower Cairns Tce, Paddington is scheduled for auction on April 16.According to the CoreLogic data, run for The Courier-Mail, the number of properties going to auction so far this year in Brisbane is down slightly from last year.So far in 2018, there have been 1189 properties offered for auction compared with 1273 last year.The clearance rate is also down slightly from 52.2 per cent at this time last year.Brisbane auctioneer Haesley Cush of Ray White New Farm said there were two important factors when considering going to auction.He said it was important to choose an auction agent.“Auctions are a specialist way of selling real estate, there is no price, the contracts are unconditional and working with buyers to prepare them to bid takes expert precision,’’ he said.Also he said in order to maximise the result of the auction you need completion.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours ago“So other factors like your style of properties appeal on the suburb, how your local market is fairing and how much marketing you do will also play a role in your result.’’ Brisbane Top clearance rate suburbs Morningside – 90% Paddington – 83.3%Newmarket – 81.8%Calamvale – 61.5%Grange – 60%Manly 60%Hawthorne – 58.3%Toowong – 58.3%Windsor – 58.3%Norman Park – 57.1%Source: CoreLogic Morningside, has the strongest clearance rate in Brisbane this year. This home at 22Elaroo St, is for auction on April 14.OWNERS taking their home to auction in Morningside have a higher chance of selling under the hammer than any other Brisbane suburbs.New analysis of the Brisbane auction market by CoreLogic found the near city suburb, had the highest clearance rate so far this year of 90 per cent.That’s a pretty solid result considering Brisbane’s auction rate at a whole sits at just 50 per cent for the year to date.While Morningside recorded the best results for the year so far, it was Sunnybank Hills where more homes were listed for auction with 27 going under the hammer already this year.
Not all new financial rules for pension funds will be introduced on 1 January 2015 as planned, Jetta Klijnsma, the Dutch state secretary for Social Affairs has suggested.In answers following consultations with parliament, Klijnsma hinted that some parts of the new regulatory framework might be introduced later.ABP chairman Henk Brouwer, responded positively to Klijnsma’s suggestion.“Everything that could contribute to decrease the risk that pension funds won’t get sufficient time to implement the rules is welcome,” he said. But Gerard Riemen, director of the Pensions Federation, was less conciliatory. “I can’t work with hints,” he commented, demanding that the state secretary take the objections of the sector against introduction on 1 January into account.Riemen added that he would not be surprised if the introduction of the FTK were be executed in stages. However, neither Brouwer nor Jan Tamerus, chief actuary at PGGM, fiduciary manager for the healthworkers’ fund PFZW, said they could envisage how the rules could be cut up and separated.Tamerus believed that Klijnsma was likely referring an increase in the options for collective risk-sharing for defined contribution plans, which could could come into force later than 1 January.But both Brouwer and Tamerus expected that pension funds with defined benefit plans would not have much to gain from those increased options. “I am following my intuition here,” said Brouwer. “If pension funds such as ABP and PFZW want to use these options, than they must close their scheme and agree new pension arrangements with their participants. This is how it goes with collective DC plans.”In Tamerus’s opinion, the introduction of the full FTK on 1 January would not pose a problem based on what is known about the coming changes. “These could be implemented straight away. Only an amendment of current legislation would be sufficient.”Several political parties had asked the state secretary whether she still deemed the introduction of the updated financial assessment framework (FTK) achievable on 1 January.Part of the process is consultations with the employers and unions about adjusting pensions plans, which usually require more time than changing systems and processes.Klijnsma indicated that she is now considering how to introduce the draft legislation, which is currently with the Council of State (RvS) for a legal assessment.She reiterated in parliament earlier this week that the aim of the new rules is to better guarantee accrued pensions for the short and medium term, and that a discussion about the future of the retirement system – to be started this year – is meant to safeguard pensions for the long term.The state secretary further made clear that she wanted an additional survey of the merits of the average premium approach, which is increasingly opposed by younger generations.
It is back on the market after a renovation. The owner updated it to give it a more modern, coastal feel.“I did it in about two weeks,” she said.“It was one of those little homes that was unloved.”Ms Ploman is no stranger to flipping houses with Casuarina a suburb she often returned to.“I really like that position, it’s a little bit quieter and (more) private than some of the other areas,” she said.She relisted the property in October, this time with a $1.298 million price tag.If it sells at the asking price, Ms Plowman will pocket more than $350,000, minus renovation costs. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa9 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag1 day agoIt was relisted in October with a $1.298 million price tag. It previously sold for $940,000.LJ Hooker Kingscliff agent Nick Witheriff, who is marketing the house alongside Carol Witheriff, said Ms Plowman had turned the house into one house hunter’s treasure.“It’s going to suit a nice family,” he said.Latest CoreLogic data shows Casuarina’s median house price is $1.17 million.It has jumped 7.1 per cent in the past year, 41 per cent in the past three years and 72.4 per cent in the past five years. MORE NEWS: TV host Andrew Winters sells waterfront home Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:40Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:40 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenOpen for inspection etiquette for buyers00:41 The Casuarina property at 667 Casuarina Way sold in September.A BEACHSIDE house is back on the market a month after selling.It underwent one of the quickest renovations in history and is now tipped to rake in a hefty windfall for its savvy owner.Anna Plowman, an interior designer, bought the six bedroom house at 667 Casuarina Way in September for $940,000 with the intention of refreshing it.She wasted no time getting started on the renovation, which included removing a bedroom to give the house “a bit more flow”, landscaping and updating its design to reflect a natural coastal and relaxed Hamptons style. MORE NEWS: Market defies grim predictions
Sharing is caring! Share Share 32 Views 4 comments Share Tweet LocalNews DLP set to hold delegates conference in St Joseph by: – May 16, 2012 Former Barbados Prime Minister Owen Authur will be the guest speaker at the delegates conference. Photo credit: Caribbean 360As Dominica’s oldest and most experienced political organization prepares to celebrate its fifty-seventh anniversary later this month, hundreds of delegates from all twenty-one constituencies will converge on the western community of St. Joseph for the Dominica Labour Party’s delegates’ conference scheduled to take place on Sunday 20th May from 10:00am. Delegates will hear addresses from two Government ministers who are set to report on their stewardship over the past year as well as from Party leader and Prime Minister Hon. Roosevelt Skerrit who will articulate some of the major achievements of his administration over the past twelve months. Former Barbados Prime Minister The Right Honorable Owen Authur has accepted an invitation by the DLP to serve as Guest Speaker to the conference. The Former Barbadian leader is expected to speak on issues related to regional integration as well as the Caribbean single market and economy, two areas which he championed during his tenure as a regional leader. The Right Honorable Authur who is the political leader of the Barbados Labour Party has been serving as the Leader of the Opposition in Barbados and since 2010. DLP delegates are also expected to deliberate on a number of resolutions being put forward for the consideration of the conference as well as to elect the National executive to serve the Dominica Labour party for the next year. The Party does not anticipate any major changes at the helm of the organization. The DLP is also set to host its annual awards ceremony on Sunday 27th May at the Pierre Charles Secondary School in Grand bay as part of activities to mark the Party’s 57th anniversary. Thirty-one awardees will be recognized for their unwavering support and commitment to the party over the years. Press Release
Ronald E. Canada, age 68, of Rushville, Indiana and formerly of Brookville, died Thursday evening, October 19, 2017 at Flatrock River Lodge in Rushville, Indiana.Born February 14, 1949 in Marshes Siding, Kentucky he was the son of the late George & Rachel (Rose) Canada. On June 19, 1969 he was united in marriage to the former Dorine Oehlman, and she survives.Ron was retired, having worked at Sperry Rubber & Plastics in Brookville for over 14 years, and then as a Truck Driver for Fraley & Schilling in Rushville for 16 years.Besides Dorine, his loving wife of over 48 years, survivors include three daughters, Carla Hall of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, Rhonda Ruble of Rushville, Indiana and Brenda Quinlan of Brookville, Indiana; a son, Brian Canada of Boston, Massachusetts; ten grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; three sisters, Naomi Keith of Whitley City, Kentucky, Arlene Dorrel of Brookville, Indiana and Mabel Spradlin of Brookville, Indiana; two brothers, Harold Canada of Harrison, Ohio and Darrell Canada of Brookville, Indiana as well as many nieces & nephews.In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Nadine Cochran.Chip West will officiate the Memorial Services on Thursday, October 26, 2017, 11:00 A.M., at Smyrna Baptist Church, 4047 U.S. 52, West Harrison, Indiana. Burial will be at the convenience of the family in Big Cedar Cemetery in Brookville.Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home is honored to serve the Canada family, to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .
Indianapolis, In. — The House of Representatives Monday supported State Rep. Cindy Ziemke’s (R-Batesville) legislation holding township governments accountable for large tax dollar reserves.Currently, townships provide funding for improvements and updates to parks, community centers, shelters and fire protection equipment. However, Ziemke said the funding for these projects does not always get used and is kept in a reserve account. Some townships could use their significantly large reserves to fund operations for more than a year, and not need to raise taxes or collect additional revenue.“Hoosier taxpayers deserve to know where their money is and how it is being used,” Ziemke said. “Many townships are sitting on large sums of money with no plan to use it. This legislation would spur townships to implement their ideas and provide the public a clear breakdown of their township’s finances and plans for future projects.”According to Ziemke, if a township’s capital improvement fund exceeds their annual budget by 150 percent or more, then they would be required to adopt a capital improvement plan for the next three years. Ziemke said this plan would lay out objectives to improve the community, and must be submitted to the Department of Local Government Finance.Ziemke said the legislation would call for an interim study committee to review the ability of volunteer fire departments to safely and effectively perform their duties for their townships.“A thorough review will give us important information on what changes need to be made to ensure our communities are protected by our volunteer fire stations, and that they are provided with the necessary equipment to perform their jobs,” Ziemke said.House Bill 1177 now moves to the Senate for consideration. For more information, click here.
Edith Faye Monday, age 92, of Brookville, Indiana died Monday night July 20, 2020 at her home in Brookville, Indiana.Born May 24, 1928 in Alva, Kentucky she was the daughter of the late Manford & Fannie (Saylor) Lee. On November 1, 1947 she was united in marriage to James A. Monday, and he preceded her in death on August 1, 2005.She was a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church in Brookville, as well as the Order of Eastern Star Chapter #449 of Brookville.Faye was retired, having worked at Sperry Rubber, the former Jay Garment Company, and Danner’s in Brookville. In her leisure time she enjoyed cooking, baking, sewing, and spending time with her family.Survivors include two daughters, Lisa (Bryon) Ross of Greenwood, Indiana and Karen (Al) Sustarsic of Liberty, Indiana; three brothers, Bobby Lee of Rose Hill, Virginia, Lewey Lee of Wise, Virginia, Don Lee of Ewing, Virginia; and three sisters Geneva Neal of Rose Hill, Virginia, Ruth Lee of Bradenton, Florida, Lois Bailey of Ewing, Virginia; four grandsons, Adam (Jessi) Ross, Aaron (Alex) Ross, Michael (Taylor) Sustarsic, and Jeff (Keely McGrath) Sustarsic; four great-granddaughters, Taylor, Allie, Madalyn and Lucy Ross .In addition to her parents, and husband James, she was preceded in death by six siblings, Manford Lee Jr., Charles Lee, Billy Lee, Dennis Lee, Velma Harrell, and Joy Radvansky.Pastor Kevin Waltz will conduct the Celebration of Life on Saturday, July 25, 2020 1:00 P.M., at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home, burial will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery in Brookville.Family & friends may visit from 10:00 A.M. until 1:00 P.M. on Saturday, July 25, 2020 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home, 1025 Franklin Avenue, Brookville. The family encourages all those in attendance wear a mask and observe CDC guidelines.Memorial contributions may be directed to Reid Hospice. The staff of Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home are honored to once again serve the Monday family. To sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .