Balduci Film at promotional film locations Telly Awards are evaluated by a jury, ie members of the Council, which consists of more than 200 members, active experts from various fields of television, marketing and the like. Second place at the festival was won by the promotional film of the Lika-Senj County Tourist Board “Visit Lika” under the direction of Bobby B. Grubić, three-time Emmy winner, which is also produced by Spomenka Saraga and Balduči Film. The Telly Awards showcases the best works recorded for television and other media each year. The festival received more than 12 entries from more than 50 countries on five continents, and the winners of the Telly Awards represent the work of some of the most respected advertising agencies, television stations, production companies and publishers from around the world. The promotional film of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County Tourist Board “Dubrovnik Riviera” directed by Herva Tirmarche, cinematographer Jajij Armi and produced by Spomenka Saraga and Balduči Film won first place and a gold medal at the American Telly Awards. So far, these films have already won several awards, namely silver and bronze at the largest tourism fair “ITB”, 2nd place by the jury and the best tourism film according to tourism management students in Japan and a bronze award at the “New York Festivals” which awarded in Las Vegas during the NAB Show media event.
Human rights activists have lambasted the government for its lack of attention given to refugees as a vulnerable group during the COVID-19 outbreak.Roswita Kristy of the Jesuit Refugee Service Indonesia said refugees taking shelter in Indonesia were not included in the government’s COVID-19 response program.The government has provided barely any access to information regarding the outbreak for refugees, who instead rely on nongovernmental organizations (NGO) to translate information about the disease into their languages. “[Fortunately] Indonesians have been pioneering the act of inclusion. For example, people saving Rohingya refugees in Aceh in 2015 were not government officials, but fishermen who prioritized their sense of humanity,” said Rizka Argadianti of SUAKA, an organization focused on the protection of refugees’ rights.Somalian refugee Nimo Ali, also a speaker in the discussion, said refuges had not been neglecting the local community during the outbreak. Ali and her platform, Sisterhood, have been active in distributing staple food packages in her neighborhood during the outbreak.“We never forget our Indonesian neighbors who also experience hunger like us,” she said. “Sharing is caring. We show them respect and feeling after they give us peace and protection.”According to data from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), there were at least 13,623 refugees registered in Indonesia as of January. (aly)Topics : “With community-based collaboration, the refugees can actually help and contribute to the fight against COVID-19,” Roswita said on Friday in a discussion commemorating this year’s World Refugee Day, which falls every June 20.Other speakers in the discussion said the government should follow the global trend of inclusion and issue better regulations to protect the refugees’ rights.Read also: Rohingya refugees rejected everywhere as countries grapple with COVID-19 concernsIndonesia’s current regulation regarding refugees, a 2016 presidential decree on the treatment of refugees from overseas, only stipulates administrative aspects rather than protections for refugees’ rights.
OneNews 31 March 2015Paid Parental Leave increases by two weeks to 16 weeks from tomorrow.The entitlement will rise by another two weeks to 18 weeks from April 1 next year.That’ll put New Zealand parents on par with those in Australia who already get 18 weeks paid parental leave, and in line with the OECD average which is about 18 weeks.But Kiwi parents will still lag behind many in the developed world.Parents in Luxembourg and Portugal may take 20 weeks or more while prolonged periods of paid leave of around 100 weeks or more can be taken in Finland, Hungary, Norway, Poland and the Slovak Republic.However Kiwi parents are better off than their counterparts in in Greece, Korea and the Netherlands where parental leave is less than a week, while around a third of OECD countries do not provide any paternity leave.Meanwhile, the parental tax credit for lower-income families in New Zealand will rise from $150 a week to $220 a week from tomorrow. The entitlement for this credit will increase from eight weeks to 10 weeks.A Labour MP’s final bid to extend paid parental leave to six months was defeated last month after a three-year battle to get it over the line.Sue Moroney had sought to extend paid parental leave from 14 weeks to 26 weeks. But she amended the bill late last year to limit it to parents in special circumstances, after the Government indicated it would veto the bill on financial grounds even if it passed.http://tvnz.co.nz/national-news/extended-four-months-paid-parental-leave-kick-in-tomorrow-6274375
The Batesville 7th grade football team traveled to Jennings County and lost 30 -0.For Batesville, Brayden Linkel and Marshall Kinnard had the most tackles on defense. Linkel and Johnny Deal led the offense in rushing.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Tony Gausman.
Greensburg, IN — Local businesses will soon be receiving grant funds from Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs and the City of Greensburg. In March, OCRA announced that the City of Greensburg was awarded a $250,000 grant through Indiana’s new COVID-19 Response Program. The $250,000 grant will provide loans to local small business owners who are Low-to-Moderate Income or to retain LMI jobs.The funds were processed through the Greensburg Decatur County Economic Development Corporation revolving loan program and will be distributed by the City of Greensburg later this week. In the first round of grant awards, 27 locally owned small businesses will receive funding. “We’re very happy to get these funds back out in the local economy, to help sustain small businesses and assist them in retaining their employees,” said Greensburg Decatur County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) Director Bryan Robbins. “The businesses helped range from 1 to 2 years old, to 40-plus– proof that the pandemic is affecting everyone across the board. We’re a community that likes to take care of one another, and this program funded by the OCRA grant allows yet another opportunity for us to do so. All of these businesses bring something to the community and add to our quality of life in some way; be it through the business itself, or through sponsorships, charities, etc. We’re happy to be able to give them support when they need it.”
For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Delhi Capitals needed 23 runs off 21 balls against Kings XI Punjab at the IS Bindra stadium in Mohali on Tuesday. However, Mohammed Shami took two crucial wickets to give Kings XI Punjab some hope. However, Sam Curran took a hat-trick and Delhi Capitals lost seven wickets in 17 balls as Kings XI Punjab won by 14 runs to occupy the second spot in the 2019 Indian Premier League points table behind Chennai Super Kings. Curran, who made a big impression in the Test series against England, was picked for Rs 7.2 crore in the IPL Auctions and his haul of 4/11 made the 20-year-old the youngest to take this haul. Speaking in the post-match presentation, Curran, who became the third Kings XI Punjab player to take a hat-trick and sixth overseas player, said he had no idea. “I didn’t really know (about the hat-trick). When we won the game, one of the players came up to me and said ‘you’ve got a hat-trick’. I had absolutely no idea I had taken one,” Curran said. The left-arm pacer and batsman said Mohammed Shami’s two wickets was a major factor in Delhi Capitals stumbling to a defeat. “My main focus was obviously that last ball when Rabada came and I knew his strengths and where I could bowl, so I was always aiming for his stumps and his toes. Ash (R Ashwin) told me what to do. Ryan Harris was standing at the third man region. Against the local batters, I had to ask our players, ‘Where does he hit?’. Shami got two amazing overs in the end which helped,” Curran said. highlights Curran’s haul shattered Delhi Capitals, leaving the skipper Shreyas Iyer shell-shocked in the post-match presentation. “I am really speechless. It is a crucial match and losing such matches is not going to benefit us. We miscalculated the target. I think It was just a panic in between. They got two wickets in succession, (Chris) Morris and (Rishabh) Pant and there we lost the match. Our batsmen did not taking initiative to win the game. Our batting has been really dominant right from the start but we need to learn from this small things. We didn’t bowl that great to be honest, we got a bad start but we controlled in between and that is something we need to take forward. Looking at the quality we have, I think we shouldn’t be losing such matches,” Iyer said. Delhi Capitals will next take on Sunrisers Hyderabad at the Feroz Shah Kotla while Kings XI Punjab will take on Chennai Super Kings at the MA Chidambaram stadium on April 6. Delhi Capitals lost seven wickets in 17 balls for eight runs.Sam Curran became the sixth overseas bowler to take a hat-trick.Kings XI Punjab are currently in second spot in the IPL 2019 points table.
The Women of Troy (9-6, 4-1) return to the Galen Center to take on the Ducks (10-8, 2-4) tonight at 7 p.m.Following USC’s 47-43 victory over UCLA at the John Wooden Center on Saturday, the Women of Troy have a chance to continue their strong conference play and maintain their second-place standing behind Stanford (15-1, 6-0) and ahead of California (13-5, 4-2) in the Pac-12.Unstoppable· Junior guard Christina Marinacci scored eight points against UCLA. She also added seven rebounds, one block and one steal. – Luciano Nunez | Daily TrojanOregon will come to the Galen Center averaging the 16th most points in the nation with 76.3 points per game, led by guard/forward Jasmin Holliday. To dispel the Ducks’ offense, USC hopes to maintain its reliable 3-point shot and efficient fastbreak game.“We’re going to have to run them off the 3-point line and make them beat us with two’s,” senior guard Briana Gilbreath said. “We also have to limit our turnovers. Any team that likes to transition will take your turnovers and turn them into points.”On the other end, however, the Ducks give up 78.1 points per game. The Women of Troy hope to exploit a shaky defense that has allowed at least 80 points in three of their last four games.“We are a very difficult matchup for most teams because we shoot the ball very well and we have a lot of different sets,” USC associate head coach Laura Beeman said. “[We will] set some screens, move the ball around, let the ball find the open person and run right back at them.”One of the key members of the USC offense has been senior guard Ashley Corral, who became the No. 5 all-time assists leader for the Women of Troy in their win over the Bruins. She nearly notched a triple-double in a 10-point, eight-rebound and eight-assist effort.Corral’s emphasis on facilitating a balanced offense has encouraged a selfless mindset that the team has embraced.“We’re really good at finding who’s open and I think we’ve done a really good job this season sharing the basketball and getting everyone involved,” Corral said.The Women of Troy are 3-1 at home. Their last game at the Galen Center resulted in a 20-point thrashing over California on Dec. 31. As for Oregon, they have yet to win a game on the road and have gone 4-8 after winning their first six games of the season.USC has plenty of momentum with its longest win streak of the season, but the Women of Troy are being careful not to place too much pride on their recent success.“We are where we should be, so it’s one step at a time, one game at a time,” Corral said. “I wouldn’t say we’re excited. We’re just looking forward to the future.”
Con Sheehan says being a professional fighter requires you to live ‘like a monk’.While the Clonmel native realises this sort of discipline is required he admits the regime in the build-up to bouts does get to him sometimes.The heavyweight has won all four of his fights – including one by knock-out – since he made his pro debut at the start of this year. He says his routine can be a little predictable at times…
Olaseni DurojaiyePower lifter, Paul Kehinde, has won a second gold medal for the country at the ongoing Rio 2016 Paralympics. Kehinde lifted 218kg to beat his rivals to the gold medal in the -65kg men’s category on Saturday night.His exploit was coming on the heels of an earlier gold medal haul by Roland Ezuruike in the men’s -54kg category. Roland Ezuruike, set three Paralympics records on his way to winning Gold in the men -54kg category. Female power lifter, Latifat Tijani set the ball rolling on Friday, when she won silver competing in the 45kg category. She lifted 106kg to come second behind China’s Dandan Hu.Esther Onyema added a second silver medal competing in the 55kg category earlier on Saturday.Despite being accorded a second class status, the physically challenged athletes have always done the country proud at the Paralympics. It will be recalled that Nigeria won three gold medals when she debut at the competition in Barcelona, in 1992 and finished 35th on the medals table.The turn of the century at Sidney 200o was very remarkable in Nigeria Paralympics history where Team Nigeria had their most successful outing winning seven gold, one silver and five bronze medals. The fit saw Nigeria finish 22ndon the medals table.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram