Tags: Soft2Bet Peter Christian Noer Noer moves up from his role as country manager for Sweden at Soft2Bet, which he joined in 2020, to a position that will also oversee Norway and Finland. Betting and igaming operator and supplier Soft2Bet has appointed Peter Christian Noer as its regional manager for Nordic markets. Soft2Bet received its licence from Swedish gambling regulator Spelinspektionen in December 2019. Soft2Bet promotes Noer to Nordic regional manager Regions: Europe Nordics “I’m honoured to be named Nordics regional manager at Soft2Bet, and look forward to making the role my own,” Noer said. “Having performed impressively as our country manager for Sweden, we have no doubt that Peter will continue to play a key role in helping us succeed in the Nordic territories and beyond.” 12th February 2021 | By Daniel O’Boyle “Our award-winning product offering has won deserved plaudits from across the industry, and I can’t wait to continue assisting the business in its efforts to maintain that success over the long-term.” Topics: People Online casino Product & technology People moves Online sports betting Product & technology Prior to working at Soft2Bet, Noer was country manager for Sweden and Denmark at Casumo, which he joined in 2017. He has also worked as brand manager for Danske Spil and Betsafe’s Danish operations. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Companies: Soft2bet People moves “We are delighted to announce the appointment of Peter Christian Noer as our regional manager for the Nordic markets, which remain a key area of focus for us as we maintain the expansion of our international reach,” Chaikin said. Last week, the business also received a licence from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) for its Frumzi casino brand. Email Address Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter It first launched its Yoyo Casino brand in the jurisdiction in March 2020, and then launched its CampoBet brand in the Swedish market in July. Soft2Bet chief executive Boris Chaikin said Noer would help the supplier extend its reach through the Nordic region.
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TAGSApopka Police Department Previous articleCookies and Milk with a Cop this morningNext articleThe basics of securing an auto loan Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The Apopka Police Department welcomed three new officers to its force at a swearing-in ceremony at City Hall on Friday. The three new officers bring the APD roster up to 105 employees with three more positions to fill before the end of the fiscal year.“We are a family,” said APD Chief Michael McKinley to the new officers and their friends and family in attendance. “And now you are a part of that family. There are going to be some rough times, but we will always be there to support you.”“The Apopka Police Department is one of the finest, most professional, well-trained agencies in all of Central Florida,” said Apopka Mayor Joe Kilsheimer before swearing-in the new officers. “They are knowledgeable of our community, which allows them to be effective for our residents. The citizens of Apopka love our public safety professionals.”Officer Christopher Clutter, 31, has a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Central Florida and worked for the Seminole County and Baker County Sheriff’s Offices as a narcotics detective.“My wife has family in the area,” he said. “Being a member of the APD is a great opportunity and it’s great to be near her family.”Clutter also expects to move to the Apopka area in the near future.Officer Oscar Mayorga, 20, graduated from Lake Brantley High School and Seminole State College in 2016.“I’ve always heard great things about this agency,” he said. “Even when I picked up the application, I felt welcomed. They introduced me to Lieutenant (Steve) Brick and treated me like I was part of a family.”Montoya lives in Altamonte Springs.Officer Gregory Smith, 31, graduated from Seminole State College. “I like Apopka,” I like the friendliness of the people here and I know and have interacted with a lot of the APD officers. I look forward to serving the community.”“I like Apopka,” he said. “I like the friendliness of the people here and I know and have interacted with a lot of the APD officers. I look forward to serving the community.”Smith lives in Deltona.Clutter was the fifth and final officer hired through a $625,000 federal Community Oriented Police Services (COPS) Hiring Program grant. The APD was budgeted for a total of five officers through the grant.McKinley pointed out the benefits his agency and the residents receive from a larger police force.“The growth the APD has experienced has expanded the criminal investigations and allowed us to clear more cases,” he said. “But the most important element is patrol squads. Our response times in the community are better, and we are catching in-progress crimes.” Please enter your comment! 2 COMMENTS Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 Please enter your name here So someone thinks it is a conflict- of- interest for Jerry Demings to run for Orange Co. Mayor, since he is married to Val Demings, who is a Congress woman……???? Huh, what about Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell married to Elaine Chao, Trump’s cabinet member, who is the Secretary of Transporation? Or Trump’s son-in-law, Jared, as his advisor, or his daughter, Ivanka, and whatever it is she does at the White House? Anyway, you can always vote for John Mina for Orange Co. Sheriff, if you don’t like Jerry Demings , as I think Mina is going to run for Orange Co. Sheriff, since Demings is planning on running for Orange Co. Mayor……..talk about musical chairs!!!! Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 It seems as if our Apopks PD officers ought to live in the City of Apopka! They aren’t even in Orange County! June 18, 2017 at 12:34 pm Sharon Lee Gates Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply June 17, 2017 at 8:08 am Reply Mama Mia Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Email WhatsApp Advertisement Twitter TAGSCllr Maurice QuinlivanEducation Minister Jan O’SullivanlimerickLimerick City and County CouncilSinn Fein Previous articleFair City star supports Limerick animal circus ban initiativeNext articleSeminar focus on adolescent mental health and wellbeing Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Print WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Linkedin Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Cllr Maurice QuinlivanWITH the results of the Barnardos Back to School Costs Survey indicating that families with two or three children are hit with school costs running to thousands of euros, Cllr Maurice Quinlivan is calling on Education Minister Jan O’Sullivan to address this issue as a matter of urgency.Now in its ninth year, Barnardos surveyed 2,000 parents and concluded that back-to-school time is hugely stressful for families as they worry about how to pay for all that is required.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Sinn Féin councillor for City North, Maurice Quinlivan, maintains the idea of free education in Ireland is a myth and pointed out that the local Minister for Education now has a responsibility to address the issues.“Parents are either buying school books or paying for book rental schemes which often charge very high amounts. Previous Ministers didn’t do anything to introduce rules to allow for generic school uniforms despite having the power to do so. This change would clearly help hard pressed families,” Cllr Quinlivan suggested.According to the Sinn Féin party leader on the merged Limerick City and County Council, children from lower income families often miss out on school trips and extra-curricular activities simply because their families cannot afford to pay for them.“We have called for the regulation of voluntary contributions and the fact is, regardless of rules already in place, children are again often excluded when their parents can’t pay by having lockers withheld and being prevented from accessing after-school activities and other events,” claimed Cllr Quinlivan.Ultimately, he said, voluntary contributions must be eradicated.“Schools should not be forced to plug the funding gap from the state by pressuring parents for extra cash. Sinn Féin has previously called for the removal of 23 per cent VAT on school ebooks and the government ignored it,” Cllr Quinlivan concluded. NewsLocal NewsEducation Minister asked to swot up on increased back to school costs in LimerickBy Alan Jacques – August 28, 2014 604 Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival
WhatsApp Back to school supply drive for Rainbow Room kicked off Local News Facebook Facebook Rainbow Room First Basin Credit Union has kicked off the Fourth Annual “Back to School” Supply Drive benefiting the children of the Rainbow Room of the Permian Basin. The Rainbow Room works with Child Protective Services and helps foster children, and all other children involved in CPS care throughout Midland, Odessa, Andrews and surrounding counties. “We are very blessed to work and live in such a generous community that is always willing to help and support children in need,” Angela Haas, branch manager at the FBCU Grandview location, said in a news release. “Every child deserves the opportunity to have the supplies they need to be successful and confident in school. First Basin is always ready to assist and support the Rainbow Room.” Donations are welcome at all First Basin branches in Odessa, Midland and Andrews. Monetary donations may also be made at any FBCU location. The Rainbow Room is requesting the following items to help equip children for the 2019-2020 school year:Backpacks.Folders.Spiral notebooks.Pens/pencils.Binders.Highlighters.Glue Sticks.Tissues.Hand sanitizer.Markers.Crayons.Rulers.Scissors.Headphones. Donation deadline is July 31. For information regarding The Rainbow Room, or the school supply drive, contact Crystale Galindo at 432-232-0547 or Janet Sotelo at 432-248-1443, from the FBCU marketing team. WhatsApp Pinterest TAGS By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 Twitter Pinterest Twitter Previous articleECISD has variety of job openingsNext articlePhysicians’ Education Resource® organise la 38e Miami Breast Cancer Conference® annuelle sous forme de réunion virtuelle élargie et interactive Digital AIM Web Support
Google+ Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Facebook By News Highland – December 9, 2009 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Omagh Councillor and local GP Dr Josephine Deehan has said society failed the McElhill family who died in a fire in Omagh two years ago.The SDLP representitive says while no-one wanted to believe the reports that circulated in the aftermath of the blaze in November 2007, the inquest has shown them to be true. Dr Deehan says the priority must be to implement ther recommendations of the Toner Inquiry into the case, to try to ensure that such a situation can never happen again. WhatsApp Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Facebook 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Previous articleAnother stolen tractor recovered as cross border probe continuesNext articleLocal firms urged to apply for olympic contracts News Highland Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Omagh councillor says society failed Mc Elhill family Google+ Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th News Twitter
Tina Richardson(CONCORD, N.C.) — A North Carolina woman has filed a $25,000 lawsuit against a Subway sandwich shop franchisee after he allegedly slapped her during a dispute over a sandwich.Elizabeth Hinson, who goes by the name Tina Richardson, went to a Subway owned by Kenneth Lancaster in Concord, North Carolina, on March 8 to get a Sesame-Ginger Glazed Chicken Wrap for an elderly woman when an argument ensued, according to the lawsuit filed in Rowan County on March 18.The elderly woman told Richardson the wrap did not appear like the picture on the flyer advertisement, nor tasted like ginger. Richardson returned to the Subway and asked for a refund, which the employee refused, according to the complaint.That’s when Lancaster appeared from the back and yelled expletives at her and told her to leave the store. Almost immediately after Richardson began recording the dispute with her cellphone, Lancaster approached Richardson and hit her, according to the complaint.Richardson shared the video on her Facebook page, and the post has garnered 2 million views, Bo Caudill, Richardson’s attorney, told ABC News.“When she did not get the wrap that she ordered, Ms. Richardson returned to Subway expecting a simple refund. Instead, she received a slap in the face,” Caudill told ABC News in a statement. “The violent conduct depicted in the video is disgraceful and deplorable, and should greatly concern everyone who eats at Subway and expects Subway stores and their owners to provide a safe, family-friendly environment, free of sexist discrimination and violence.”Subway, on behalf of Lancaster, released a statement expressing regret for the incident, and saying it does not meet the company’s standards.“Providing an excellent guest experience is important to us and our expectation is that everyone is treated with respect,” Subway said in a statement to Charlotte ABC affiliate WSOC earlier this month. “The local team has reached out to the guest to apologize on behalf of the restaurant as this incident is inconsistent with the high standards Subway restaurants requires of its Franchise Owners. The Franchise Owner expressed his regrets for how he handled the situation.”Caudill disputed that the company had reached out to Richardson directly.Richardson is seeking compensation for physical and emotional harm.“He doesn’t get to treat anybody like that. … Get somebody into Subway to treat people with respect and fix problems when you’re wrong,” Richardson told WSOC. “That’s what you’re supposed to do.”ABC News’ efforts to reach Lancaster for comment were unsuccessful. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Where can I begin with Sex on the Beat? With the beat. The night is all about the music: a fusion of dirty electro, underground house and, essentially, incredible beats – a sharp contrast to the usual array of RnB and cheese that dominates student nights at Filth. This week, the music progressed increasingly further from the Sex on the Beat regular DJs’ dirty electro house, introducing more accessible ‘standard’ Drum n Bass and House tracks (did I hear Pendulum at Sex on the Beat?!) with guest DJs from Radio1.This didn’t, however, destroy the originality of Sex on the Beat. It merely meant the night transformed and altered as the hours flew by. From electro to house to breaks to drum n bass, there was no stopping the movement. The resident DJs Sam Frasier and Darren (aka Dee Styles), aim to ensure that this diversity and variety is maintained at the Sex on the Beat: “the ethos of the night is to educate the crowd with a variety of house music that will be pleasing to everyone’s ears…we aim to cater for everyone’s musical tastes.”But the wonderful thing about Sex on the Beat isn’t just the beat…it’s the crowd. Wednesday saw a mix of Oxford and Brookes students all together for the same purpose: ‘raving’ the night away. Glow bands were given out on the door and with the usual array of funky outfits, a bit of glow paint (demonstrating the growing ‘nu rah-ve’ culture) and a few pairs of sunglasses here and there, it was a colourful eclectic picture of clubbers. Last Wednesday certainly demonstrated this and it ensured that Sex on the Beat will be a dominant feature of student clubbing from now on. Unlike normal student club nights, there’s no need to start queuing at some un-godly hour of 8.30pm (did I hear you say Bridge?), because it’s open until the early hours.The next Sex on the Beat will be on Wednesday 13th February: a Valentine’s special on till 5am. Tickets will be available for this night at the Hobgoblin Pub on the Cowley Road, or via Facebook. Watch this space…Sex on the Beat could prove to be the best Beat in Oxford. by Catherine Molony
Memorial Day Parade CanceledDue to inclement weather, this year’s Memorial Day Parade has been cancelled. Visit http://secaucusnj.gov/ for more information.Secaucus Recreation to hold first annual football campThe Recreation Department will hold its first annual recreational football camp next month.The camp will run on June 16 and 23, from 9-11 a.m. each day. It will be located at the Secaucus High School football field. Admission is free but open to Secaucus residents only. Registration can be completed on the Community Pass.Only students entering the second through eighth grades in September are eligible. Contact (201) 330-3299 for more information.Secaucus Food Pantry seeking tuna, chicken, and pasta sauce donationsThe Secaucus Food Pantry is seeking tuna, chicken, and pasta sauce donations for May. The items can be dropped off at the Secaucus Senior Center, Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Anyone with questions can call Judy or Eileen at (201) 330-2014. The pantry is also seeking donations of $10 gift cards to Walmart or ShopRite. Pet Spa Day coming to Secaucus Animal ShelterOn May 20, from 12 to 4 p.m. Sassy Styles Mobile Pet Spa will provide pet spa treatments at the Secaucus Animal Shelter. Treatments for dogs and cats will include nail cutting, tooth brushing, and winter paw pad treatment. For more information on the cost for each treatment, visit http://secaucusnj.gov/ and check the meetings and events tab. The animal shelter is located at 525 Meadowlands Pkwy.