Interlinked Technologies Plc (INTERL.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Engineering sector has released it’s 2016 interim results for the third quarter.For more information about Interlinked Technologies Plc (INTERL.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Interlinked Technologies Plc (INTERL.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Interlinked Technologies Plc (INTERL.ng) 2016 interim results for the third quarter.Company ProfileInterlinked Technologies Plc develops, manufactures and markets porcelain and jointing materials for the energy, telecommunications and industrial sectors in Nigeria. The company was established to market and distribute the innovative Heat Shrink Technology pioneers by Raychem Corporation of Menlo Park, California. It has diversified into component design and manufacture, systems designs and upgrades, procurement and installation of complete power distribution substations and networks and engineering facility management. The ceramic products are marketed under the brand name Insulex and Aquakleen. Interlinked Technologies Plc’s head office is in Ikeja, Lagos and has a liaison office in Abuja for infrastructural development work in the Federal Capital Territory. Interlinked Technologies Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply THANKS UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter 1 COMMENT TAGSDon LindseyInspiration Previous articleBack-to-School Tutoring Help: Don’t Wait for the First Report CardNext articleOn this day in history: Johnson signs Medicare into law Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Ej Please enter your name here InspirationBy Don LindseyWe’ve all heard about the dangers of living in the past and how dwelling on yesterday can blur our ability to see what’s ahead of us. I do not doubt the validity of that logic. However, I use a slightly different approach when tackling my day-to-day life. For me remembering both the good and bad from my past help shape my future decisions and ultimately, happiness.For instance, four years ago I wrote a blog about a friendship that ended very badly. I was very negative in my writing, going as far as to publicly blast the person I was upset with and attacking his character. While some friendships do not last and quite frankly shouldn’t, the way I handled my side of that situation was beyond wrong for a multitude of reasons. For starters, my former friend was just as upset with me as I was with him and he didn’t attack me publicly or privately until after I had posted my blog. Also, while taking my verbal swings at him, I ended up hitting members of his family, and these are people that I love and respect very much. His mother was and is someone I love and look at as a second mother. She was distraught, hurt and disappointed that I handled myself the way I did and while his daughter never expressed any anger towards me, the very thought of her being upset with me made me feel ashamed. Thankfully I was able to restore my relationship with his mother and as I mentioned his daughter, someone I’ve known and loved since she was born, has always been wonderful towards me, even after I had made a complete fool out of myself. That particular friendship needed to end. However, I did not need to act the way I did.To say that I learned something from that situation would be a massive understatement. At first, I tried to dismiss my actions by using the excuse that I was only expressing what I felt, but deep down, I knew that was garbage and eventually came to grips with the fact that my childish behavior and lashing out hit people that I would never intend to hurt. I led with anger, and when you lead with anger, you cause damage. Even after I started to realize my mistake, I still had excuses. I kept telling myself that I was under a ton of stress due to medical problems. When I realized that this wasn’t a concreate reason for what I had done, I used the excuse that I hadn’t found Christ yet and therefore didn’t have the peace in my heart to handle those stressful situations that we often find ourselves in. While both of those statements are true, they are not a reason to publicly take shots at another person. As I wrote in my previous column, we as a society, tend to see only ourselves and only how to make our lives better. In my opinion, that is one of the biggest issues we have, and I know this because I had that same mentality for a large portion of my life. I didn’t truly find comfort with myself until I started to see that we accomplish so much more when we work together as opposed to tearing each other down.While that incident was embarrassing, I am grateful for what I got out of it. I had a conversation a few nights ago with one of my oldest and very best friends, and we were discussing this topic. He said that he has no regrets about any of his past mistakes and while I admire and almost envy his ability to look at it that way, I have learned to use my regrets as learning points. I am always telling my kids that mistakes only happen once, maybe twice. After that, they’re no longer mistakes but bad choices that we decide to act on. I firmly believe that. In fact, one of the reasons I didn’t want to write publicly again in any form was due to the shame I felt from that blog post four years ago. I worked through that, accepted the opportunity to write for this publication and have been more than happy I have because of what I learned before. I tore down people with that blog post, but now realize that I also have the ability to do just the opposite by writing these columns. I don’t see myself as an inspirational source in any way but what I have learned is that for some reason, there are people who draw some inspiration out of the things I have been through. In a lot of ways, the biggest mistake I feel that I’ve ever made has prepared me for this moment, and I thank God every day for the lesson I learned from it.It’s true that our past does not define us. For me though, my history teaches me how to be a better human being, so I’ll keep looking back and using those experiences to move forward. Don Lindsey is a follower of Christ, son, husband, father, and a survivor. Originally from Dayton Ohio, and resident of Apopka for six years, Don sees his life as a dedication to his wife, parents, children, community and most importantly to God. Reply July 30, 2017 at 1:07 pm Please enter your comment! Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014
Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here The Anatomy of Fear You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here 14 officers involved in arresting the suspectsUpdating breaking news from last weekThe Apopka Police Department arrested three juveniles last week that stole a car, crashed it into a police vehicle and fled into the Willow Lake Apartment complex according to the arrest report.14 officers and detectives were ultimately involved in the pursuit and arrest of the juvenile suspects, who were charged with grand theft of an automobile, assault and battery on a police officer, resisting arrest, kidnapping and false imprisonment of an adult and a child, burglary of an occupied dwelling and possession of marijuana.The incident began when Detective James Graber responded to a report of a stolen IPad. He was able to electronically track the tablet to an automobile parked next to the Auto Zone on 441. Detective Graber approached the occupied black 4-door Hyundai in his vehicle, but before he could confront the occupants, the Hyundai fled the scene crashing into Graber’s vehicle in the process.Officer John Reardon had responded to Graber’s call for backup and was approaching the scene when he spotted the black Hyundai heading directly towards his vehicle at a high rate of speed. He swerved sharply to avoid a collision and then made a U-turn to follow the suspect vehicle.Reardon lost sight of the Hyundai but continued north onto Sheeler Road. He proceeded east on SR 436 and observed a large cloud of smoke ahead of him, but caught site of a black vehicle traveling recklessly in and out of traffic, with smoke emitting from its tires.He notified Apopka dispatch that he had the suspect vehicle in sight. Reardon kept visual contact of the Hyundai, and saw a tire of come off the vehicle just before turning into the Willow Lake Apartment Complex. Reardon observed the black Hyundai stop in the middle of the roadway and saw several subjects flee the scene on foot towards the apartment club house and pool.Reardon drove past the abandoned Hyundai and stopped near the club house. As he exited his vehicle he yelled out, “Police. Stop,” but the subjects continued to flee in between the club house and one of the apartment buildings.Reardon was able to catch and tackle one of the male suspects. As the suspect got off the ground he assumed a “fighting stance” and clenched both of his fists. After being ordered several times to get on the ground the suspect complied without further incident.Lieutenant Brian Kennedy joined Reardon and were approached by a Willow Lake resident who told them that one of the female suspects had attempted to open his door and enter his home. Lieutenant Kennedy and Reardon proceeded to that area and on the second floor, contacted a black female suspect, who was subsequently detained.It was then learned that another female suspect had gained entry into a 3rd floor apartment.According to the arrest report, the resident of the 3rd Floor apartment opened her door with her infant in her arms expecting to see her mother when the female suspect ran into her apartment.The suspect told the resident that she “needed help.” When police were heard outside the resident tried to open her front door, but the suspect locked the door and blocked her from getting to the door. The suspect then pushed an armchair against the front door.The resident yelled to the police that the female was in her apartment. As officers began breaching the front door, the suspect ran into the back bedroom of the apartment and locked herself in. Officers forced entry in the apartment and then forced entry into the bedroom and apprehended the suspect.Meanwhile, back at the Auto Zone, Detective Graber made contact with yet another black female who came out of the store as the black Hyundai sped away. She was being chased by an Auto Zone employee who told Graber that the suspect had just stolen some window tint. TAGSApopka Police DepartmentWillow Lake Apartments Previous articleAlonzo Williams Park getting a new community centerNext articleCARE Foundation hosts open house Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis5 Macmillan Cancer Support 2015 World’s Biggest Coffee Morning raised its biggest ever total of £27.6 million, the charity has announced.It brings the event’s overall fundraising total since launch to over £165 million.The 25th annual coffee morning took place on Friday 25 September 2015 sand saw the number of registered hosts reach over 225,000, and trend on Twitter throughout the day with over 30,000 tweets.This year the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning is on Friday 30th September, and sees M&S back as headline partner for the seventh year after it raising a record total of £1.6million in 2015.Macmillan’s executive director of fundraising, marketing and communications, Richard Taylor said:“I’d like to thank every single one of our wonderful coffee morning hosts and guests who took part last year and helped us celebrate the 25th World’s Biggest Coffee Morning by raising such an enormous amount of money. The event is so simple but really resonates with people who continue to come together to drink coffee, eat cake and raise vital funds which will help valuable Macmillan services and professionals ensure no one faces cancer alone.” 180 total views, 1 views today Advertisement Tagged with: fundraising events Macmillan Cancer Support 181 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis5 About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. Melanie May | 24 February 2016 | News World’s Biggest Coffee Morning breaks fundraising record
Photo: Mike ChickeyAn emergency protest was held April 29 in front of the Staples Center in Los Angeles against the racist comments made by Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling.TMZ.com exposed these audiotaped comments that were released on April 27 on which Sterling was heard telling V. Stiviano that Black people were not welcome at Clippers basketball games. Sterling was particularly outraged at an Instagram photo taken by the former girlfriend with African-American Hall of Fame superstar Earvin “Magic” Johnson.A firestorm of condemnation over the comments came immediately from the National Basketball Association Players Association, basketball fans, sports critics and anti-racist people in general. Hours before the April 29 protest took place, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver held a press conference to announce the NBA’s decision on Sterling: a lifetime ban from Clippers’ games, team practices and operations and a $2.5 million fine, the maximum amount under the NBA bylaws. Silver also called for the sale of the Clippers team, which will take a three-fourths vote from the rest of the NBA owners.WW photo: Maggie VascassennoSterling has a long, sordid history of blatant racist and sexist behavior. Silver’s decisions were impacted by the fact that corporate sponsors were suspending their ties with the Clippers and that other teams threatened to boycott the playoffs if strong action wasn’t taken by the NBA against Sterling.Despite the NBA press conference announcement, dozens of people still came out in protest against Sterling and received a positive response from fans attending the Clippers versus Golden State Warriors game in round one of the NBA playoffs. The rally was called by the National Action Network; the Compton chapter of the NAACP; SCLC and other community groups.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
A set of polymerase chain reaction primers were designed, which amplify a c. 1 kb fragment of the 18S ribosomal DNA gene, and are specific to the phylum Nematoda. These have proven useful in isolating nematode genes from samples mixed with other biological material, particularly with application to DNA barcoding. Optimal reaction conditions are described. These primers have successfully amplified the correct fragment from a wide phylogenetic range of nematodes, and have so far generated no sequences from any other organismal group.
View post tag: its View post tag: award View post tag: Naval Canada: Lockheed Martin Selects Its 2012 Centennial Award Winner View post tag: Lockheed Back to overview,Home naval-today Canada: Lockheed Martin Selects Its 2012 Centennial Award Winner Share this article The National President of the Navy League of Canada announced on January 16th that Master Seaman Rebecca Charlesworth from HMCS MALAHAT in Victoria, British Columbia has been selected as the 2012 Lockheed Martin Centennial Award recipient. The award ceremony was attended by Mr. David Yates, National Vice President, The Navy League of Canada, the President of Lockheed Martin Canada, Rosemary J. Chapdelaine, and the Commander of the Royal Canadian Navy, Vice Admiral Paul Maddison.MS Charlesworth was selected as the recipient for 2012 due to her selfless dedication as a naval reservist and answer the call of duty whenever required. Her volunteer service included a 28 week deployment with OP ATHENA gaining international operational experience, and earning a General Campaign Star for her service in Flight Line Security. Her performance was noted as superior as she exemplified the kind of contribution sailors can make to a land campaign. Other volunteer operations in which MS Charlesworh participated are OP PODIUM and OP LUSTRE. “This young woman exemplifies the highest ideals within the Canadian Forces and it is truly an honour to bestow this award on her today,” said Vice Admiral (Ret’d) Ron Buck, National President of the Navy League of Canada.In addition to having her name included on the Centennial Cup, the award also comes with two $1,500 cheques in which MS Charlesworth selects a Military Family Resource Centre and a Navy League Branch to receive the donations.The Lockheed Martin Canada Centennial Award was created in 2010 in partnership between The Navy League of Canada and Lockheed Martin Canada. The Canadian Navy Centennial Award was established to recognize excellence among junior non-commissioned personnel in the Royal Canadian Navy and his/her contribution to the quality of life in Canada’s Navy, as evidenced by their dedication, enthusiasm, and spirit of cooperation at sea and ashore.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, January 21, 2013; Image: HMCS MALAHAT View post tag: Martin View post tag: selects View post tag: Navy View post tag: 2012 Authorities View post tag: Canada View post tag: Centennial January 21, 2013 View post tag: winner View post tag: News by topic