Horoscopes by PsychicDeb for October 2014

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Aries – Your ruling planet in the 9th house brings a possible business trip worth considering as it offers a respite from the corporate jungle. A higher-up may act as a mentor and you step out of your way to lend a helping hand to underlings. Many friends can have inspired ideas that you can adapt to your best interest, just guard against the radical ones.Taurus – Your ruling planet in the 6th house makes you less introspective but just as compassionate and caring as ever. Your amiable and cheerful demeanor makes you a welcome addition to any gathering whether it’s business, family or social. Your usually reticent personality is brought out by large but manageable doses of confidence and assertiveness.Gemini – Mercury vibrations will move you to take full advantage of your chance to rest and play, although higher-ups at work will demand your time and attention. Be careful of a trusted friend who may speak ill of you behind your back. Restrain any impulse to retaliate; the situation will resolve itself.Cancer – Partners seem more adventurous so don’t be swayed by fast talk or demands for immediate decisions. Read the fine print even if it’s laced with boring technical terms. You’ll be glad you rose to the challenge of taking personal responsibility for your financial fitness.Leo – Planetary vibrations make it easy for you to prosper financially and spiritually from an encounter with a special partner whose qualities you are just now realizing. An intellectual approach to this person may be more rewarding than an emotional bond.Virgo – The day-today routine from prior months can begin to pay off with handsome rewards, such as a steadier cash flow and a constant influx of new business. If you’re thinking of a joint financial project, attend a lecture or do extensive research before making any final decisions.Libra – You may be revitalizing a love commitment either by finding something you appreciate in your current flame or connecting with someone new. Be low-keyed in your reaction to their changeable mood and focus on their hot spot.Scorpio – You’ll be pleased to receive the attention of a higher influential member of your social group. Sharing with carefully selected acquaintances will line your pockets with abundance. Refrain from judging the actions of others.Sagittarius – Your versatile mind leans towards idealistic philosophies, imbuing you with original ideas that motivate you and those around you to positive, dynamic activities. Honors in learned circles can be yours for the asking for the next few months.Capricorn – Pluto vibrations spark your higher mind opening you to ingenious and inventive ideas. Investigate all concepts thoroughly and these ideas will drive home your goals. Change and diversion are welcome breaks from the business of progress.Aquarius – Planetary vibrations immerse you in a round of social activities – some fun, some not. You’re perceptive enough to sort through the chaff, discarding the trivial or boring of these events in favor of the truly enjoyable. You can prosper and gain by going public with future objectives.Pisces – Giving of yourself to your lover brings his/her love and attention back to you. Your normally inhibited nature becomes bolder when you feel on safe footing with your romantic partner. Clothing may play a part in the harmony of your senses and fresh perky colors can lift your spirits.IF YOU KNOW YOUR RISING SIGN, CONSULT THE HOROSCOPE FOR THAT SIGN AS WELL.Psychicdeb has been a professional astrologer for more than 25 years. Self-taught, she began her studies in astrology when she was 8 yrs. old learning what she could from her mother’s astrology magazines. As she got older and learned geometry, she searched for books on Astrology and taught herself how to construct a chart. She teaches Astrology for a nominal fee. Psychicdeb also uses the tarot to do psychic readings channeling her spirit guide Helen. Reiki is one of her obsessions. She is a Reiki Master and loves to teach others the benefits of Reiki. Namaste. You can find her at the Original Psychic Fairs on Sundays. A listing of the Fair dates can be found on her website at: www.astro-mate.orglast_img read more

Redefined tasks and goals of the Tourist Board of Poreč according to the principle of destination management

first_imgIn July, the highest number of overnight stays was recorded by guests from Germany, which compared to 2019 accounted for 80% of arrivals and 79% of overnight stays, followed by guests from Slovenia with 80% of arrivals and 63% of overnight stays. Guests from Austria accounted for 41% of arrivals and 38% of overnight stays. Guests from the Czech Republic realized 86% of arrivals and 72% of overnight stays, while guests from Italy realized 35% of arrivals and 32% of overnight stays.   After the presentation of the director of the Tourist Board, the members of the Assembly unanimously and without objections accepted the new Statute of the Tourist Board of the City of Poreč. As for the financial situation, the Tourist Board of the City of Poreč is liquid throughout the year and if the tourist season continues in this direction, the community will be able to function until the next tourist season without the need to raise loans. He noted that all costs that do not necessarily need to be deducted and that maximum savings were made wherever possible.   Under the item miscellaneous, the director of the Tourist Board Nenad Velenik presented the realization of tourist traffic in the past period.  Velenik mentioned that 01.06.2020. There were about 500 guests in the destination, while currently the destination has 18.500 guests. “The statistics are improving day by day as seen by the crowds in the city. If this trend continues, 35% to 40% of last year’s tourist traffic could be realized by the end of the tourist season, which is definitely above all forecasts.”Pointed out Velenik. The main novelties in the Statute are that the Tourist Board is established according to the principle of destination management, the tasks and goals of the tourist board are redefined according to the principle of destination management.  On January 1, 2020, the new Law on Tourist Boards and the Promotion of Croatian Tourism entered into force. The law stipulates that existing tourist boards are obliged to harmonize their acts and organization with the provisions of the Act within ten months from the date of entry into force of the Act, which means until 31.10.2020. According to the type of accommodation, in July the largest share of overnight stays was realized in households with an index of 63%. In second place is hotel accommodation with 35% compared to 2019. Camps accounted for 64% of last year’s overnight stays, while non-commercial accommodation accounted for 65%.  In order to ensure a unified approach of tourist boards in the drafting of new statutes, as the basic acts of tourist boards, the Ministry of Tourism submitted a draft statute to tourist boards. The draft statute prepared according to the guidelines of the Ministry of Tourism was determined at the session of the Tourist Council, after which the consent of the Ministry of Tourism was requested. The Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Croatia issued a consent to the proposal of the Statute of the Tourist Board of the City of Poreč on 22.07.2020. years.  The new law prescribes the obligations of local self-government that contribute to the development of tourism, and given that some activities related to the development of tourism cannot be fully transferred to the tourist community, because their implementation simultaneously contributes to the well-being of residents and general economic development. It stipulates that local self-government, within its self-governing scope, must pay special attention to the development of tourism, because it contributes to the well-being of residents and general economic development, stipulates which activities local self-government and the tourist community must work together to continue successful tourism. developed. center_img As a novelty, the possibility of generating income from EU funds as well as other funds is prescribed. It is also stipulated that the costs for salaries of workers employed in the tourist board may not exceed 40% of the total income of the tourist board. According to the type of accommodation, the largest share of overnight stays was realized in hotel accommodation with an index of 19%. In second place is household accommodation with 51% compared to 2019. Camps accounted for 41% of last year’s overnight stays, while non-commercial accommodation accounted for 63%.  According to data from the eVisitor system, in the area of ​​the City of Poreč in the period from 01.01. to 26.07.2020/XNUMX/XNUMX years has been achieved 561.474 nights, which is 32% compared to last year, and 94.418 arrivals or 29% compared to 2019. In the structure of overnight stays, the most realized guests were from Germany with 187.955 overnight stays (42%) and 26.240 arrivals (44%), followed by guests from Slovenia with 89.631 overnight stays (47%) and 15.988 arrivals (42%). In the mentioned period, guests from Austria realized 70.989 overnight stays (22%) and 13.482 arrivals (20%). In fourth place is the domestic market, which records 37.897 overnight stays (44%) and 8.443 arrivals (30%). Guests from the Czech Republic are in fifth place with 29.510 overnight stays (54%) and 4.963 arrivals (57%). In sixth place are guests from Italy with 27.077 overnight stays (23%) and 6.568 arrivals (22%).  On Tuesday, July 28, in the Association of Craftsmen in Poreč, the 7th assembly of the Tourist Board of the City of Poreč was held, at which the new Statute of the Tourist Board of the City of Poreč. The Mayor of the City of Poreč, Loris Peršurić, in the function of the President of the Tourist Board, opened the session of the Assembly, and the new Statute was presented by the director of the community, Nenad Velenik.   Photo: Pixabay.com In July, there were 362.525 overnight stays in the City of Poreč, which is 51% compared to last year, and 54.243 arrivals or 57%.  The bodies of the tourist board are the assembly, the tourist council and the president of the tourist board. The novelty is that the supervisory board is no longer one of the bodies of the tourist community as before. The current powers of the Supervisory Board are taken over by the Assembly. As the oversight function is taken over by the assembly, its powers have been strengthened. Another novelty is that the Tourist Board elects the director for a period of four years in order to ensure continuity in the execution of professional tasks as well as to achieve a greater degree of responsibility in performing the function of director and to professionalize the function of director.  Photo: Poreč Port Authoritylast_img read more

New land release as buyer demand rises at North Shore

first_imgThe latest home sites released at North Shore.MORE land has been released at North Shore on the back of buyer demand spurred on by the new North Shore State School.A total of 11 home sites have been released at the masterplanned community in the La Glorie section which is next to the new school.The school will be the first government school to open in Townsville in 15 years and is scheduled to open in 2018.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020North Shore project director Andrew Astorquia said the demand had come from young families wanting to be close to the new school.“As a true masterplanned community, that integrates shops, schools, parks, playgrounds and community facilities, North Shore is very attractive to young families,” Mr Astorquia said. “And this is only further enhanced with the new North Shore State School coming out of the ground and now a reality. “As a result we have seen an increase in demand to be not only within the new school catchment but also within a masterplanned community.“The school will be a demonstration STEM school with an innovative design and very passionate and experienced principal, and I think the word has now got out.”Land in La Glorie starts from $119,000.For more information visit the North Shore Sales and Information Centre at 126 Sunhaven Boulevard, North Shore or go to www.stockland.com.au/northshore.last_img read more

No. 1 USC aims for fourth consecutive NCAA title

first_imgThe three-time defending national champion No. 1 USC men’s water polo team is approaching unprecedented territory.California remains the only other NCAA Division I men’s water polo program to have ever won three consecutive national championships, a feat it accomplished twice.Stopper · Senior goalie Joel Dennerley has keyed USC’s defense and helped lead the Trojans to three straight NCAA championships. – Daily Trojan file photoNo team has ever won four in a row.With the Trojans returning every starter from their 2010 title team — a team that outscored its opponents 382-183, begs the question: Can anyone derail the Trojans’ recent string of success?“The team is very experienced now, as we are returning our top players from last year,” USC coach Jovan Vavic said. “There is great competition for every position. We are three-deep, even four-deep, at almost every position”The Trojans will test that depth this weekend, as they jump into the pool Sunday for their first contests of the regular season, facing Fresno Pacific and UC Irvine as part of the UCI Invitational.USC does not have many question marks because, by Vavic’s count, it returns its top 13 players from this past season, including their three leading scorers in sophomore two-meter Jeremy Davie, junior driver Peter Kurzeka and sophomore driver Nikola Vavic, and the reigning Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Player of the Year senior goalie Joel Dennerley.“Our starters are back, very healthy and hungry,” Vavic said. “We also have quite a few new players and guys who have redshirted. So the competition for playing time has been fierce.”No starting spot is guaranteed, at least according to Vavic, a e coach who has won a combined nine MPSF Coach of the Year awards between the men and women’s circuits.Vavic said redshirt freshman goalie Ely Bonilla, who was named MVP of the first annual 21-and-under junior Olympics, has battled Dennerly for playing time thus far through training camp.“Having Bonilla is a huge plus for us,” Vavic said. “Having another goalie is going to push [Dennerley] a little bit.”With so much roster depth, Vavic notes the Trojans will rotate many players in and out of the lineup to keep starters fresh.“Some of the freshmen will have a chance to play right away,” Vavic said. “[Freshman driver] Mark Vonderweidt already has shown some signs of greatness. [Freshman driver Konstantinos Genidounias], a kid from Greece, has a chance to help immediately. He was the MVP of the 18-and-under European Water Polo Championship last year, but he’s not going to join until the end of the [Junior World Championships] in September.”Last season, as USC sets its eyes on a third consecutive title, Vavic informed his team, which featured no seniors at the time, what it would take to win another national championship, reiterating on several occasions the team could not let complacency set in.Vavic does not anticipate such problems to settle in.“Complacency is definitely the biggest obstacle,” Vavic said. “There are always some players that are happy they won a championship, or two, or three. You have to watch out for those, but we do have a very competitive young group of players.”Those leaders, Dennerley and Kurzeka, as well as junior two-meter Brian Boswell, junior driver Michael Rosenthal and senior two-meter Matt Burton, have all been key contributers in USC’s run of dominance. The group, all part of the same recruiting class, has never known a finish to the season that did not involve pushing coach Vavic into a pool following an NCAA championship win.Though most teams will recognize the Trojans as the preseason favorite, most, if not all, of the upper-echelon teams can point to minor mistakes they made against USC — situations that altered the outcomes of close games — as the reason why they are not the NCAA champions.California, Stanford and UCLA will remain formidable, and an upstart Pacific team could also make noise before the season ends. In a league of such parity, there is no time to bask in past victories.“We’ve been training very hard, and I’m really pleased with our physical fitness coming back from the break,” Vavic said. “This is probably the fittest team we’ve had returning from the break. A lot of that has to do with our leadership and our seniors setting the tone.”last_img read more

Photo: ESPN’s Chris Fowler Got A Selfie With Jim Harbaugh And Urban Meyer At Dick Vitale’s V Foundation Gala

first_imgJim Harbaugh addresses a group of reporters.Not many people in the sports world can bring Jim Harbaugh and Urban Meyer toghether, but Dick Vitale is one of them. The legendary college basketball analyst hosted his annual V Foundation gala last night, and many top figures in the college sports world turned out, including the rival Michigan and Ohio State coaches. Harbaugh and Meyer actually teamed up on stage to announce the winner of a raffle for a 2016 Mercedes Benz, and later took a selfie with ESPN’s Chris Fowler.Yes @OhioStateFB Urban Meyer & @umichfootball Jim Harbaugh are on stage together @DickieV gala @TheVFoundation pic.twitter.com/dp3bKQ8TRt— Josh Krulewitz (@jksports) May 14, 2016OK, this Harbaugh/Meyer selfie is focused better. So I’ll also share it for posterity, never to be recreated! pic.twitter.com/siZZt5LXaF— Chris Fowler (@cbfowler) May 14, 2016 That is quite the photo. At the end of the night, Vitale announced that the gala, which honored the late Chad Carr, had raised an estimated $2.8 million for pediatric cancer research. A wonderful job by Dickie V, and everyone else involved with the gala this year.last_img read more

Photo/Video: LSU Football Visited Flooding Evacuees This Afternoon

first_imgLSU football's Les Miles visits flooding evacuees.Twitter/@LSUfootballFor LSU football, today was a day to give back to a community still reeling from devastating flooding.The LSU football team took a break from training camp today to give back to those in need. Head coach Les Miles and his players visited the Celtic Media Centre in Baton Rouge to spend time with evacuees from the serious flooding that has plagued the area.Other LSU teams, such as men’s basketball, women’s volleyball and baseball, visited Celtic earlier in the week.The LSU Football team arriving at Celtic Media. pic.twitter.com/RrWhJoyH1Z— LSU Footbal (@LSUfootball) August 18, 2016Some of the media in attendance, including The Advocate’s Ross Dellenger and CBSNews’ Alyssa Estrada, also shared photos and footage. “Y’all got the best team this year, coach.” #LSU pic.twitter.com/y9hrCItlBZ— Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) August 18, 2016Awesome job by Miles and his team, and really the entire LSU athletic department, for giving back to their community.It looks like they were able to put a smile on the face of people who could really use one.last_img read more

Condolence Book for the Late Ian Boyne Opens at Office of the Prime Minister

first_img Prime Minister Andrew Holness this morning (December 22) signed a condolence book at the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) in honour of Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Jamaica Information Service and Chief State Liaison, Ian Anthony Boyne. Story Highlights The book, which is displayed at the Executive Lobby, Office of the Prime Minister in Kingston, can be signed by visitors to the OPM.center_img Prime Minister Andrew Holness this morning (December 22) signed a condolence book at the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) in honour of Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Jamaica Information Service and Chief State Liaison, Ian Anthony Boyne.Mr Boyne died on Monday, December 18 at the University Hospital of the West Indies following a period of illness.The book, which is displayed at the Executive Lobby, Office of the Prime Minister in Kingston, can be signed by visitors to the OPM.Mr. Boyne served as Chief State Liaison for the Office of the Prime Minister, Office of the Governor-General and the Office of the Leader of the Opposition.In 2009, the Government of Jamaica recognized his contribution to journalism with the nation’s fifth highest honour, the Order of Distinction in the rank of Commander.Additionally, he hosted the television programmes Profile and Religious Hardtalk and the JIS flagship interview programme, Issues and Answers.Ian Boyne was also a Minister of Religion and the author of “Ideas Matter: Journey into the Mind of a Veteran Journalist”.last_img read more

Jan job creation at 17month high of 896 lakh EPFO data

first_imgNew Delhi: Net employment generation in the formal sector touched a 17-month high of 8.96 lakh in January, according to the latest Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) payroll data. The Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation has been releasing payroll data from April 2018, covering the period starting September 2017.The addition in January was 131 per cent higher as compared with 3.87 lakh Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation subscribers added in the year-ago month. In September 2017, a net of 2,75,609 jobs were created. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscalAround 76.48 lakh new subscribers were added to social security schemes of the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation from September 2017 to January 2019, the data showed. This indicates that these many jobs were created in the formal sector over the past 17 months. The net Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation enrolment in January 2019 stood at 8,96,516, which is the highest since September 2017. The Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation, however, revised slightly downwards its payroll data for December 2018 by 1.8 per cent to 7.03 lakh, against the earlier estimate of 7.16 lakh released last month. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boostIt also revised the cumulative job addition data for the September 2017-December 2018 period downwards 6.6 per cent to 67.52 lakh, from the earlier forecast of 72.32 lakh. The sharpest revision was for March 2018 in the latest report which showed contraction or exit of 29,023 members from the EPFO subscriptions whereas last month’s estimated addition of 5,498 members. The EPFO data showed that the March 2018 figure is negative due to large number of exits reported in March, in view of it being the closing month of the financial year. During January 2019, the highest number of 2.44 lakh jobs were created in the 22-25 years age group, followed by 2.24 lakh in the 18-21 years age bracket. The data of the exited members is based on the claims submitted by the individuals and establishments and the exit data uploaded by employers, whereas the number of new subscribers is based on the Universal Account Number (UAN) generated in the system and those who have received non-zero subscription. The Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation said the data is provisional as updation of employee records is a continuous process and gets updated in subsequent months. This is age-band wise data of new members registered under the EPFO where the first non-zero contribution received during particular month. For each age-wise band, the estimates are net of the members newly enrolled, exited and rejoined during the month as per records of the EPFO, it added. The estimates may include temporary employees whose contributions may not be continuous for the entire year. Members’ data are linked to unique Aadhaar Identity, it added. The EPFO manages social security funds of workers in the organised/semi organised sector in India and has more than 6 crore active members (with at least one-month contribution in the year). Meanwhile, Fitch Ratings Friday cut India’s GDP growth forecast for the next fiscal to 6.8 per cent from 7 per cent estimated earlier on weaker than expected economic momentum. In its latest Global Economic Outlook, Fitch also slashed GDP growth forecast for current fiscal ending March 2019 to 6.9 per cent from 7.2 per cent projected in the December edition. The 6.9 per cent estimate is a notch lower than 7 per cent growth estimated by the Central Statiscs Office (CSO) for the current fiscal. Indian economy grew 7.2 per cent in 2017-18 fiscal.last_img read more