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2013 年 6 月 14 日  星期五   晴天


Fraud may soon be released 分類: News

Michael Swann fronted the New Zealand Parole Board on Thursday, having served just over four years of his nine-and-a-half-year sentence.

 
Swann, a former chief IT officer at Otago DHB, nuskin group was convicted of fraud in 2009 after he defrauded $16,902,000 from the DHB with the help of friend Kerry Harford.
 
On Thursday, the parole board told Swann there was "light at the end of the tunnel" and delayed his hearing until mid July to allow time for the Department of Corrections to approve his release address.
 
The board heard a Christchurch businessman was prepared to employ Swann at his health and bio-tech company upon his release nuskin.
 
The businessman was confirmed to be the person who caused a delay at Swann's last hearing in May, when he sent a letter threatening legal action if Swann wasn't given a favourable outcome, the Otago Daily Times reports.
 
The board told Swann he should not be involved in financial advice or access certain financial information during his new employment.
 
Swann confirmed he could live at a support person's family home nu skin hk, which will now be assessed for suitability.
 
Swann will be advised of the outcome in July.


2013 年 5 月 20 日  星期一   晴天


The Ennsicorthy police questioned three 分類: News

AROUND €5,000 WORTH of stolen goods were found after two houses were searched in Carlow town.

 
Gardaí carried out the searches as part of an investigation targeting a Romanian criminal gang involved in shop lifting in a number of smaller shops and chemists in the south-east of the country.
 
A large amount of perfume, clothing, and an assortment of electrical items, including laptops and tablets, were recovered. Gardaí found the items all wrapped up and ready to be shipped out of the jurisdiction.
 
Three people were arrested, a woman in her 50s, a woman in her late teens and a teenage man.
 
The teenage woman appeared before a special sitting of Gorey District Court yesterday evening where she was charged in connection with the incident.
 
The other two were released and a file is being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions.
 
The investigation is ongoing.


2013 年 4 月 12 日  星期五   晴天


Michel Obama challenges the politicians 分類: 未分類

MICHELLE OBAMA HAS weighed in on the contentious debate on guns in America in a hard-hitting speech in favour of reforming gun control laws.

 
In an at-times emotional speech in Chicago about tackling the high numbers of young people being killed on the city’s streets, Obama said her husband was “fighting as hard as he can… to pass common sense reforms to protect our children from gun violence dermes.”
 
Obama spoke at length about a 15-year-old girl who was shot dead in Chicago in January when she was mistaken for a gang member, one week after she had sang with classmates at Barack Obama’s presidential inauguration. Appearing to fight back tears, Michelle Obama said that teenager Hadiya Pendleton’s family had given her every opportunity to stop her from being affected by the violence that has blighted the city gift and premium fair.
 
She told the audience:
 
Hadiya’s mother did everything she could for her daughter. She enrolled her in every activity you could imagine… anything to keep her off the streets and keep her busy gift premium.
And as I visited with the Pendleton family at Hadiya’s funeral, I couldn’t get over how familiar they felt to me. Because what I realised was Hadiya’s family was just like my family. Hadiya Pendleton was me – and I was her.
But I got to grow up. And go to Princeton. And Harvard Law School. And have a career and a family and the most blessed life I could ever imagine. And Hadiya – we know that story.
The first lady spoke about her background in Chicago and said the only reason she had grown up to be a lawyer, mother and first lady rather than being shot dead at the age of 15 was because she had support and opportunities from her community Claire Hsu.
 
It is one of the few times that Michelle Obama has made a foray into domestic policy premium-gifts.
 
She spoke as two US senators – one Republican and one Democrat – presented a bipartisan proposal on toughening background checks for people looking to buy guns and said they had the support of a substantial number of elected politicians.


2013 年 3 月 22 日  星期五   晴天


Britain cuts in corporate tax rates 分類: 未分類

THE UNITED KINGDOM is to slash its main rate of corporation tax in two years’ time, as it steps up its ambition to encourage foreign investment.

 
The 23 per cent applying to large companies will be cut to 20 per cent by April 2015. The rate had stood at 28 per cent when the Conservative-Liberal coalition took power in 2010.
 
The measure was announced as part of Chancellor George Osborne’s 2013 Budget, announced in the House of Commons today.
 
The budget measures also include new tax incentives to encourage the extraction of shale gas – typically withdrawn through the controversial method known as ‘fracking’ – as an incentive to encourage its exploitation.
 
The Budget – the first since Britain lost its AAA rating – saw Osborne halve his projections for economic growth for 2013, halving the expected increase in GDP from 1.2 per cent to 0.6 per cent. Projections for 2014 were trimmed from 2.0 per cent to 1.8 per cent.
 
Budget for an ‘aspiration nation’
Claiming his measures were geared to an “aspiration nation”, much of Osborne’s speech focussed on new tactics to kickstart Britain’s property market.
 
“What symbolises that more than the desire to own your own home?,” Osborne asked, saying the current difficulties experienced by young buyers in getting mortgages, because of an inability to offer a full deposit, was “not just a blow to the most human of aspirations” but also to construction and social mobility.
 
The government will offer a 20 per cent loan to people buying newly-built homes worth under £600,000, who can offer their own 5 per cent deposit, with no interest accrued for five years and the balance of the loan repaid only when the house is resold.
 
A separate government guarantee will be offered for all homeowners who cannot accrue a large deposit, which Osborne said would free up banks to offer mortgages worth an additional £130 billion from 2014 to 2016.
 
Elsewhere, deeply unpopular levies on fuel and beer – imposed by the previous Labour government, to be increased on an incremental basis – are being abandoned, with a 1p cut on the levy on a pint of beer.
 
Osborne said the government was looking at other measures to stop the sale of cheap alcohol, but insisted that responsible drinkers should not be expected to pay more because of the behaviour of others.


The revised bailout agreement 分類: 未分類
EU economics commissioner Olli Rehn: The Commission has said it did not want bank balances under €100,000 to be subject to a controversial deposit levy. , Yves Logghe/AP
 
THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION has appeared to rule out the prospect of revising the terms of the bailout it has offered to Cyprus – saying it is up to the government to find alternative measures that will not be vetoed by its national parliament.
 
Brussels has said the rejection of the proposed €10 billion bailout in the parliament yesterday – when not a single MP voted in favour of a deal that included an extraoirdinary levy on bank deposits – meant the ball was now in the court of the Cypriot government.
 
“Whilst this programme did not in all its elements correspond to the Commission’s proposals and preferences, Claire Hsu the Commission felt the duty to support it since the alternatives put forward were both more risky and less supportive to Cyprus’s economy,” the Commission said in a statement.
 
This programme was not accepted by the Cypriot parliament.
It is now for the Cypriot authorities to present an alternative scenario respecting the debt sustainability criteria and corresponding financing parameters.
 
The statement came after Cyprus’s interior minister said the Troika had already rejected a ‘Plan B’ compromise it had tabled.
 
The Commission said it would have preferred if the proposed levy on bank taxes – which has prompted banks to remain closed for a third successive day, fearing a run when depositors get a chance to withdraw their savings – had not targeted balances under €100,000 at all.
 
The levy, which had aimed to raise €5.8 billion, would have seen 6.75 per cent taken off the balances of all bank accounts with under €100,000 on deposit, and 9.9 per cent on other accounts. The money would have been converted into bank shares and given to the account holders.
 
“The Commission made it clear in the Eurogroup before the vote in the Cypriot parliament, that an alternative solution respecting the financing parameters would be acceptable, executive gift preferably without a levy on deposits below €100,000,” it said.
 
“The Cypriot authorities did not accept such an alternative scenario.”
 
The proposals ultimately put to MPs yesterday would have exempted accounts with under €20,000 from the balance, but did not increase the levies at the higher end – meaning the total made under the deal would have been about €300 million short.
 
Cyprus is a popular offshore banking venue with cash-rich Russian investors, children’s bedroom furniture leading Russia to attack the proposal. Its banks have faced capital shortfalls since incurring heavy losses on Greek government bonds, which defaulted in an EU-backed move last year.
 
Today the Cypriot finance minister has travelled to Moscow to meet his Russian counterpart and discuss the possibility of having the €10 billion in European loans replaced with Russian investment.
 
Russia has already lent €2.5 billion to Cyprus, which was due to be repaid in 2016. Cyprus has been seeking an extension on its repayment dates in parallel with its separate talks on an European bailout.