All interested family farms and small producers can get more information about the project and the conditions of cooperation HERE Namely, this is a new online store that will combine a wide range of local, domestic and fresh products of the highest quality from the best family farms in Istria and make it available to everyone through direct delivery to your home address. In addition to domestic and fresh products of local production, ValFresco Direkt will also enable the delivery of ready-made and semi-finished dishes from ValFresco cuisine and wine, beer, olive oils and other necessities, Valamar points out. Valamar invites family farms in Istria (OPG) to join as partners and regular suppliers in launching a new service – ValFresco Direct. Through cooperation with local economies, Valamar’s new project aims to strengthen local production and the market position of small producers and enable them to have a wider presence and availability. Crucially, ValFresco Direkt offers partners year-round and continuous product placement, all-inclusive logistics and the ability to pick up products on the doorstep, as well as packaging and processing of products for the end consumer.
Australians Andrew Chan, left, with Myuran Sukumaran inside Kerobokan prison in 2011. The were executed by firing squad in Indonesia for drug trafficking offenses. 8 more Nigerians are reportedly waiting to be executed in Indonesia. This is according to the United Nigerians in Diaspora, a group of Nigerians living outside the country.The group at a press conference in Lagos on Tuesday gave the names of Nigerians waiting to be executed as Michael Titus Igwe, Kingsley Okonkwo, Uchenna Onyewuru, Eugene Ape, Hunphery Ejike, Obinna Nwajiagu, Benjamin Onuoha and Ikenna Abanukwu.Chairman of the group, Mr Pascal Okolie while briefing newsmen, said Nigerians should rally round with other world leaders to stop the expected executions.“Considering that the next batch of execution will take place in no distant time in Indonesia, we urge the good people of Nigeria and our government to rise up with the entire world to stop further executions of Nigerians. Enough of the killings. Nigeria should leverage on the strong bilateral relationship it has with Indonesia and negotiate to stop the execution of the eight waiting to be killed. In as much as we totally condemn drug trafficking and wish to sensitize intending traffickers on the consequences that awaits offenders, we also condemn capital punishment especially since it has not been able to quell the issue of drug trafficking in Indonesia.” he saidMr Okolie said most of the Nigerians that have been jailed in Indonesia were not given fair hearing due to language barrier which made it difficult for them to prove their innocence. He accused the Nigerian embassy in Indonesia of neglecting her citizens in Indonesia“Most times Nigerians are thrown into prisons for more than four months without anyone knowing about it. They are tortured and some even die in the process. The way a country treats her citizens, is a reflection of how the citizens will be treated in foreign lands. Therefore, we feel it is high time our government rose to the occasion to ameliorate the plight of its citizens. We expected our government to show concern just like other countries whose nationals were involved. The way a government treats its citizens, is a reflection of how the citizens are likely to be treated in foreign lands. Therefore, we feel it is high time our government rose to the occasion to ameliorate the plights of its citizens no matter the circumstance. We use this opportunity to appeal to the youth, to beware of the kind of friendships they keep as well as activities they engage themselves. One of the reasons there are many young Nigerians in prisons in different countries of the world today, is due to get rich quick syndrome, fast track. But in the end, they lose everything including their lives.”he said
Share Submit FTSE online gambling group GVC Holdings has this morning informed investors that it expects its full-year corporate earnings to be at the top end of management expectations having finished 2017 trading strongly.Issuing its Q4 2017 trading update (period ending 31 December), GVC reports daily group net gaming revenues of €2.2 million up 24% on corresponding Q4 2016 daily NGR of €1.8 million.GVC highlighted the strong performance for its sports betting brands, which would generate €1.2 million in daily NGR, aided by a strong period gross win margin of 13%., which would help the operator overcome the closure of its Turkish betting division.Closing its Q4 trading, GVC reports a group period NGR of €279 million, a record since the acquisition of bwin.party in February 2016. Q4 underlying NGR growth +31% representing the firm’s strongest quarter performance to date.Performance Overview – GVC Q4 2017 Trading Update StumbleUpon As a result of its positive Q4 trading, GVC governance expects to deliver a full year 2017 group NGR €1 billion, combined with a group EBITDA at the top end of expectations.Updating investors GVC Holdings CEO Kenneth Alexander commented on Q4 2017 trading: “I’m delighted to report another strong year for the Group with underlying NGR growth of 18%, reflecting the strength of our brands, technology and the hard work of our talented people. We have once again demonstrated our ability to integrate significant acquisitions, realise material synergies and at the same time deliver top-line growth”GVC governance currently awaits the final shareholder decision of its proposed £4 billion takeover bid of Ladbrokes Coral Plc, seeking to create a new FTSE multi-channel, multi-market gambling group.“The recommended transaction with Ladbrokes Coral Group presents an exciting opportunity for both sets of shareholders, creating a global gaming group with a portfolio of strong brands across all major regulated online markets, together with proprietary technology and proven management.” Alexander detailed on the Ladbrokes Coral bid.GVC governance is expected to present its full-year 2017 results and earnings on 24 March 2018. Share