Royal Exchange Assurance Nigeria Plc (ROYALE.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Insurance sector has released it’s 2013 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about Royal Exchange Assurance Nigeria Plc (ROYALE.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Royal Exchange Assurance Nigeria Plc (ROYALE.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Royal Exchange Assurance Nigeria Plc (ROYALE.ng) 2013 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileRoyal Exchange Assurance Nigeria Plc is an insurance company in Nigeria licensed to cover life and non-life insurance. This includes general insurance, health insurance and life assurance. The company also offers banking products and services for asset management, credit financing and microfinancing. General insurance products include money guard, burglary protection, fire protection, transit plan, public building liability, motor guard, workmen’s plan, personal and group care, group life assurance, home secure, aviation, marine, engineering, oil and gas, in-house protection and bonds and professional indemnity services. Other general insurance products include heritage, family support, personal, tuition, investment annuity, educational endowment, endowment plans and mortgage protection assurance products. Royal Exchange Assurance Nigeria Plc offers reserve investment accounts, investment notes, high-yield investment papers, vehicle and asset acquisition scheme, mortgage financing and financial advisory services. Credit products include finance and customer leasing, short-term and trade finance loans, and short-term project and LPO financing services. Royal Exchange Assurance Nigeria Plc offers a range of products and services for healthcare insurance and operates as a health maintenance organisation which provides financial intermediation within the health industry. The company’s head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Royal Exchange Assurance Nigeria Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
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Golden moment: Australia celebrate beating South Africa in their RWC 2011 quarter-finalBy Sarah Mockford, Rugby World Features Editor in WellingtonANOTHER WORLD CUP quarter-final, another edge-of-your-seat affair. This contest was in the balance right until the end as South Africa pushed for a late drop-goal but it was Australia who eventually came out on top. It wasn’t pretty but it was enthralling.It was James O’Connor who slotted the decisive penalty in the 71st minute after Victor Matfield had pulled down Radike Samo at a lineout, but the Springboks had clawed their way back into the game with the boot of Morne Steyn having gone 8-0 down to a James Horwill try and another O’Connor penalty.Despite the lack of flowing rugby it was a captivating match in which the two No 7s, David Pocock and Schalk Burger, were star performers. So what proved the difference?THE KEY REASONS WHY AUSTRALIA WON1. TAKING CHANCESSouth Africa dominated territory (74%) throughout but couldn’t get over the line. They went close on several occasions but they would either drop a pass or Australia would win a turnover. The Wallabies, meanwhile, took an 8-0 lead in the first half despite having just 16% of field position in that period. When they fortuitously secured the ball in the Bok 22, James Horwill charged over to score. Peter de Villiers announced that he’d be stepping down as South Africa coach after the match. He’s had a somewhat controversial four years in charge, but won the praise of his captain John Smit.“Over the past four years he’s always said even the bad days are good,” said Smit, who was also playing in his last Test for the Boks. “That’s what he’s done, made us enjoy every moment. He’s a great man and he’s helped us to enjoy these four years.” Try time: James Horwill dives over to score2. SCRAMBLE DEFENCEAustralia tend to defend in a very narrow channel and the Springboks tried to exploit this by spreading the ball wide as often as they could. However, the Wallabies scrambled incredibly well and whenever it looked like the Boks would surely score a try there was a gold jersey to bring that player down. Their 147 tackles to the Boks’ 53 shows their commitment in defence.3. TURNOVER MADNESSOne of the reasons that neither team to get any flow to their attack was that both teams managed to win turnovers at the breakdown. David Pocock was supreme in this facet of play, whether legally or illegally, as the Wallabies notched nine turnovers to South Africa’s four. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS
Career highlight: Lloyd Burns in action for Wales against Fiji during the World CupBy Sarah Mockford, Rugby World Features EditorNO SOONER had Lloyd Burns grown accustomed to life as a professional rugby player than it was all over, his burgeoning career cut short by injury.At last year’s World Cup, Burns’s story was one that brought hope to any aspiring rugby player. Just a couple of years ago, he was working as a bricklayer and turning out for Cross Keys in the Principality Premiership, but then injuries saw him called upon by the Newport Gwent Dragons.After 26 appearances for the Dragons in 2010-11, the hooker was catapulted into the Wales squad, making his debut against the Barbarians last June and then being selected for the 30 for the World Cup in New Zealand. It was quite some rise.What’s next? Burns is now looking ahead to the next phase of his life“I suppose if you’ve never worked you don’t know what it’s like,” said Burns at the time. “I guess I appreciate it (professional rugby) a lot. It keeps you grounded knowing what’s out there after rugby. Quite a few of the boys I worked with are out of work now because of the recession. NOT FOR FEATURED LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS As Dragons director of rugby Robert Beale said: “Everything Lloyd has achieved in life he has earned through hard work and dedication. His enforced retirement from the game has come as a massive shock to Lloyd and his family and will resonate throughout the rugby world.”Burns, who has just celebrated the arrival of his first child with wife Rachel, is still on the road to recovery as doctors assess his heart condition. To help him start the next phase of his life on a firm footing, a fund-raising dinner aptly titled ‘Burns’ Night’ has been organised at the Celtic Manor on Saturday 26 May. If you’re interested in attending, please click here. “You’ve always got to stick with your dreams and never give up. That’s my philosophy. Winning a cap makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand up and playing in the World Cup means everything. I’m living the dream.”That dream came to an end all too quickly for the 27-year-old, however. On his return from the World Cup he suffered a neck injury and tests also revealed damage to his heart (aorta) so he was forced to retire in April.In the space of just a few months he’d gone from the highs of Wales’ World Cup campaign to the daunting realisation that his rugby-playing days were over. Now that truly is an emotional roller-coaster.
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Mama Mia Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply I think his is crap! As a home owner in Errol my stomach is churning!!!! Our nice quiet peaceful neighborhood is going to turn into to something nobody in here wanted..of course it sounds amazing to people who don’t live in this neighborhood….. they don’t have to deal with the crazy tourist attraction in their back yard! TAGSErrol EstateSignature HStaghorn Golf Club and Lodge Previous articleTraffic Signal proposed near Apopka High SchoolNext articleToday is RED Recycling day in Apopka Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Reply Please enter your comment! Reply The Anatomy of Fear Reply 6 COMMENTS New development will brand new name for Errol golf courseThe Signature H Property Group thinks big. Show them a hill, and they think mountain. Show them a pond, and they think ocean. Show them a quiet golf community in Northwest Orange County, and they see a thriving golf resort, complete with a re-designed golf course, lodge, and water park.Show them Errol Estate, and they think Staghorn Golf Club and Lodge.That is the new name Signature H is proposing for its project at Errol Estate. The group presented its conceptual plan last week which focused on the amenities of what would turn a quiet golf community into a Central Florida Golf Resort. They explained that the name, Staghorn, was chosen as a tribute to the agricultural roots of the Apopka community.Here is a look at the amenities Signature H is proposing:ClubhouseA 15,000 square foot clubhouse will be the centerpiece of the project. It will house the pro shop, member locker rooms, an underground cart barn, as well as a restaurant, bar, event room, a second level terrace members only rooftop terrace facing the 18th green.The clubhouse will be the first construction item on the Signature H schedule.LodgeIn order to fulfill the idea of Staghorn being a resort, a small lodge or boutique hotel will be a part of the project, but it will serve several purposes. The design calls for 25-40 spacious suites, which will provide on-site lodging for guests, wedding parties, golf tournaments and corporate events. The lodge will be connected and in coordination with the clubhouse and restaurant.Along with the suites, the lodge will include a fitness center, spa facility, a daycare center, and corporate offices including space for the Errol Estate Property Owners Association.The Water ParkWeller Pools, a local builder, will design and build the water park. Weller has also designed and built projects for Sea World, Aquatica, Reunion, YMCA and Windsor Hills. The water park will include a lazy river, a large pool with a lounge area, a splash pad, recreational slides, a pool house featuring a concession, bar, kitchen, and grills. The feature of the water park will be a 4-lane Olympic size pool to be used by the Apopka High School swim team.According to Signature H, the water park will be built in unison with the clubhouse.New Vick Road EntranceThere will also be a new entrance on Vick Road directly across from Wekiva Springs Reserve. It will be lined with lighting, parks and landscaped frontage roads. The road will be designed to alleviate traffic on Errol Parkway, and will provide many residents a more efficient route in and out of their communities.In addition Signature H is planning to add four new community parks will include green space, playgrounds, pavilions. Some of the parks will also have docks, gazebos, and gated areas for dogs.The “grand park” is currently proposed to be built between Linkside Court and Orange Grove Lane. It will be the starting area for the community walking trail which will provide residents a safe path to walk and enjoy the unique terrain of the Errol landscape.Tomorrow The Apopka Voice will feature the changes proposed for the Errol Estate golf course. It sounds fabulous. That is really a fantastic exciting plan! The next Disney for the golfing community! How much is that going to cost? Wow, wow, wow! What do the residents have to say about the plans? Staghorn, as in staghorn ferns, maybe? I like it, but then again, I don’t live in Errol Estates. Reply Mama Mia September 22, 2016 at 10:10 am You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Is there space enough to fit it all in? Will there be any buying additional land maybe? I don’t know where? Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter September 22, 2016 at 10:08 am September 22, 2016 at 10:14 am Local Cynic September 22, 2016 at 10:50 am It is a big plan alright, but what about so many other golf courses going out of business and going under? I certainly give the company the thumbs up, if they want to invest in our city, and give it a go! September 22, 2016 at 10:01 am Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 July 20, 2017 at 8:18 am Please enter your name here Reply Mama Mia Yay! More undeveloped land being turned into dollar signs by “insert greedy developer name here”. Just what Apopka needs to go along with all of the Taco Bells, Walgreens, Gas stations and Autozones.Great vision turning a quiet established residential community into a busy commercial area. Taking someones golf view back yard and bulldozing it for some more town houses is just what Apopka needs. “Hey, What happened to my property value?” The proposed water park is the best! It is so hot here in the spring, summer, and fall, and what a great place to enjoy the Florida lifestyle that people moved here to enjoy. I like the idea of the underground golf cart barn too! Maybe Apopka will be the next Villages…..yikes! Perish the thoughts……. Beth Mama Mia
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Getty donated £5m to Tory party 13 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Read Getty stumps up £5m for Tory cause by Michael White at the Guardian. Howard Lake | 12 June 2001 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis John Paul Getty Jr has revealed that he donated £5 million to the Conservative Party shortly before it lost the General Election.John Paul Getty Jr donated £5 million to the Conservative Party in the run-up to the General Election, it has been announced. The gift was made “without strings.”The donation follows the £5m donation made to the party by Stuart Wheeler, the wealthy IG Index betting company businessman. Advertisement About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.