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Skimmers troll credit unions

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first_img 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr In the latest in a string of credit union card fraud cases, hundreds of $467 million Quincy Credit Union members became casualties in a skimming attack affecting ATM/debit card access.The Massachusetts-based financial institution temporarily suspended its customers’ ATM cards Sunday after multiple accountholders reported via social media of fraudulent charges, missing funds and malfunctioning cards. continue reading »last_img

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Leadership Matters: How to change your leadership DNA

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first_img continue reading » Your leadership is built on DNA that’s the primary driver of your results. What you believe, do and aspire to accomplish are all a part of your leadership DNA. Unlike human DNA, leadership DNA can be changed in ways that transform your results to astound senior leaders, delight members and foster employee growth. That’s not hyperbole, but rather the outcome for those who see leadership as the catalyst for greater performance.In my new book, 7 Principles of Transformational Leadership: Create a Mindset of Passion, Innovation and Growth, I outline seven principles that are not a paint-by-numbers, off-the-shelf leadership recommendation—but rather represent the process successful credit union leaders use to transform their members experience, their employee engagement and their financial performance.1. The Purpose Principle. This principle is the jumping-off point for all meaningful leadership. As a leader, if you’re not flourishing, the likelihood of you enabling employees or members to flourish is negligible. Flourishing leaders find one idea, hope, dream or aspiration that grabs hold of them and won’t let go. The aspirations for their work move well beyond the transactional; they fully embrace the transformational, both for their members and their employees. 11SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Canary Wharf now the biggest

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COVID-19: House, watchdog call for delay of regional elections

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first_img“Ideas and programs can be explained through mass media or other platforms that do not require face-to-face meetings. In this digital age, campaign activities without involving crowds are very possible,” he said.Election watchdog the Association for Elections and Democracy (Perludem) director Titi Anggraini said that, although the voting day was still a way off, some stages involving intensive interactions between officials and voters were currently taking place, including voter data updating, candidate verification as well as voting committee (PPS) recruitment and training.”It’s better to delay several stages of the regional elections, which indeed can affect the voting day schedule, rather than ending up with a mess,” she said.Titi went on to say that the KPU should not underestimate the pandemic as other countries had also decided or had weighed to postpone elections due to coronavirus outbreak, such as the United Kingdom, which had postponed its local and mayoral elections from May to next year to mitigate the virus impact.”Elections for humans, not humans for elections. [It’s] humans first,” she said, adding that the KPU should immediately coordinate with the House, the government and other relevant parties to prepare a comprehensive risk management response.Read also: Indonesian regions report lack of funds to hold 2020 local pollsArticle 120 of the 2015 law on regional elections stipulates that elections can be postponed in the event of disruptions, including national disasters, that would affect the process.“The law allows the KPU to decide the matter, and I don’t think it will have any impact on the legitimacy of the elections. We should not take any risks,” she said.As of Sunday, Indonesia has confirmed 117 COVID-19 cases across the country, including in the provinces of Jakarta, Yogyakarta, West Java, Central Java, Banten, Bali, North Sulawesi and West Kalimantan.Five people have died from the disease and eight have recovered, according to government data.KPU commissioner Viryan Azis vowed to consider a postponement of the regional elections but added that no decision had been made to date.”One of the options we are considering is to delay the stages of the elections or to delay voting day itself,” Viryan said on Monday.Topics : The House of Representatives and civil society groups have called on the General Elections Commission (KPU) to consider postponing regional elections scheduled for September and change political campaigning methods in response to the coronavirus pandemic.Deputy House Speaker Sufmi Dasco Ahmad said on Monday that the KPU, the Elections Supervisory Agency (Bawaslu), the Office of the Coordinating Political, Legal and Security Affairs Minister as well as the Home Ministry should discuss with stakeholders the possibility to delay the elections or to decide an alternative polling day.“Perhaps the election can be postponed or the schedule can be maintained but only certain mechanisms applied to avoid spreading the coronavirus,” Sufmi told journalists on Monday. The 2020 simultaneous regional elections, scheduled for Sept. 23, are aimed at electing 270 regional leaders: nine governors, 224 regents and 37 mayors.The campaign period, which would normally involve candidates meeting and interacting with many people, is slated to start on July 11 and end on Sept. 19.Sufmi said the KPU should come up with alternatives to conventional methods of political campaigning – which typically involve large public rallies and thereby would heighten the risk of communicating the virus widely — such as campaigning through social media platforms.Read also: Bali sets ‘Siaga’ advisory in keeping with govt policy to curb COVID-19 spreadlast_img read more

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UK PM ‘still in charge’ while in hospital with coronavirus

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first_imgTopics : British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent the night in hospital after being admitted for tests following 10 days of persistent symptoms of coronavirus, but the government insisted Monday he remained in charge.The Conservative leader announced on March 27 that he had tested positive for COVID-19, and has been self-isolating in his flat above Downing Street ever since.On Sunday night, on the advice of his doctor, the 55-year-old was admitted to hospital for tests in what his office said was a “precautionary step”. “Obviously today he’s in hospital having the tests, but he will continue to be kept informed as to what’s happening and to be in charge of the government.”Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has been nominated to take over if Johnson is incapacitated, and he will chair the government’s daily coronavirus meeting on Monday morning in the prime minister’s place.”I’m sure this is very frustrating for him, somebody like Boris who wants to be hands on running the government from the front,” Jenrick said. “But nonetheless he is still very much in charge of the government.”center_img The Times newspaper reported that he had been given oxygen treatment. “He spent the night in hospital and of course we all wish him well,” his cabinet colleague Robert Jenrick, the housing minister, told BBC television on Monday.”We hope as a result of those tests he will be able to come back to Downing Street as soon as possible.”He said that despite being in self-isolation, the prime minister has “been working extremely hard” and he would stay in charge even from his hospital bed.last_img read more

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Hunting season closed: forestry officials say illegal hunters will be prosecuted

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first_img Tweet Photo credit:island-images.dominica-weekly.comThe Forestry and Wildlife Division says it is concerned about ongoing activities which regards to hunting of wildlife and fishing in fresh water streams. Acting Director of Forestry Ronald Charles said the hunting season is closed but reports indicate that some persons are breaking the law.He says it is an offence and persons should refrain from hunting outside the season.“The 2011 season for hunting and fishing is not yet opened. We want the public to remember that the season is still closed unless advised otherwise by the forestry division; we want to ask the pubic to resist the temptation and to refrain from taking wild life and or fishing without a permit,” he said.Charles says he is also concerned about the illegal killing of turtles on the island.“Turtles still come on the shore to lay their eggs and we have been receiving reports that they are being killed, particularly in the west coast this time of the year. The public is asked to be careful and to assist the division in the management of the country’s resources,” he said.Charles said it is the responsibility of every Dominican to protect our wildlife. Dominica Vibes News Share Sharing is caring! LocalNews Hunting season closed: forestry officials say illegal hunters will be prosecuted by: – September 16, 2011center_img Share 19 Views   no discussions Sharelast_img read more

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UEL final: How Sevilla vs Inter will start after latest injuries

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first_img Elswhere, the much sought-after Diego Carlos will be dictating from defence with Ever Banega their midfield general. Inter Milan will also be looking to name a similar line-up after thrashing Shakhtar Donetsk 5-0 in the semi-final. Read Also: Inter get Sanchez boost for Europa League final Skriniar could be joined on the bench by Christian Eriksen thanks to the impressive form of Roberto Gagliardini. Sevilla starting XI : Bounou; Navas, Kounde, Diego Carlos, Reguilon; Fernando, Jordan, Banega; Ocampos, En-Nesyri, Suso Inter Milan starting XI : Handanovic; Godin, Bastoni, De Vrij; D’Ambrosio, Gagliardini, Barella, Brozovic, Young; Martinez, Lukaku FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Romelu Lukaku will lead from the front, while Alexis Sanchez is expected to overcome a thigh injury to earn a place on the bench. Ashley Young should keep his place as full-back, while reported Tottenham target Milan Skriniar may have to make do as a substitute. Loading… La Liga side Sevilla are sweating over the fitness of Lucas Ocampos ahead of tonight’s Europa League final against Inter Milan in Cologne. Head coach Julen Lopetegui is hopeful over the Argentine’s fitness and has been tipped to name an unchanged team from the semi-final victory over Manchester United. Former Spain boss Lopetegui wants to keep Sevilla’s excellent European record intact Munir El Haddadi replaced Ocampos against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side and will be in line to feature in reserve. Luuk de Jong scored the goal which secured the final spot, but Youssef En-Nesyri is expected to again start from the off. Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?6 Best 90’s Action Movies From Your ChildhoodCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits EarthThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her Grandson10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseThe Best Cars Of All Time12 Flicks That Almost Ended Their Stars’ Careers8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?last_img read more

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ISP: Following these tips could save your life

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first_imgVersailles, In. — With the frigid cold temperatures and high winds we’re experiencing, a disabled or stranded vehicle could make for a life or death situation for the driver and passengers. Following the few tips listed below could save your life:Before leaving check the weather forecast and let someone know your route of travel.Always keep your gas tank full when driving in cold weather.Carry a winter survival kit in your car which is to include: blankets, extra warm clothes, flashlight, extra batteries, brightly colored cloth, sand or a bag of cat litter, shovel, candles and matches, non perishable high calorie foods, (nuts, raisins, and protein or energy bars), newspapers (for insulation), a first aid kit and jumper cables.Do not leave your car if stranded, it is your best protection. Don’t panic, as an idling car only uses an average of one gallon of gas per hour.Roll down a window a very small amount for fresh air.Make sure the car’s exhaust pipe is not blocked to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning.At night, leave your dome light on.Always have your cell phone and a charger so you can call and let us know where you’re located.These simple tips and items placed in your car could save your or a family member’s. Motorists are also reminded that with the frigid temperatures, gusting winds and blowing snow also comes the possibility of intersections, bridge decks and overpasses icing over. Please keep this in mind and drive with caution. For Indiana road conditions call 1-800-261-7623 or visit the INDOT website by clicking here.last_img read more

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Relax and create through Arts in the Parks program

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first_imgVersailles, In. — Enjoy beautiful scenery while creating works of art through the Arts in the Parks and Historic Sites program, sponsored by the Indiana Arts Commission.The program is designed to draw upon both traditional and non-traditional arts and artists in Indiana and weave arts programming into the natural beauty and rural settings of Indiana. More than 250 projects are taking place across the state this year that encourage the creation of and public engagement with art, as well as the chance to experience Indiana’s state park and state forest system, and its historic sites.“We’re proud of the artistic talent in Indiana,” said Anna Tragesser, IAC artist and community services manager. “These activities are the perfect opportunity for any Hoosier to be creative and inspired by our state’s rich natural and historical places.”Arts programs at Indiana State Parks properties range from a natural dyes workshop at McCormick’s Creek State Park to creating art projects out of recycled materials at Versailles State Park to traditional Miami plant- and food-knowledge hikes at Chain O’Lakes State Park, and crafting music in the trees at Mississinewa and Salamonie lakes.The following events will be held at the Versailles State Park:April 8 Wildflower Photography Workshop from 6 to 8 p.m.April 9 Acrylic Painting with Debi Black from 6 to 8 p.m.April 10 Creating Flora and Fauna using Gum Paste from 6 to 8 p.m.April 11 Bottle Art- Recycled Treasures from 6 to 8 p.m.April 11 Art in Nature IV: Woodturning for the Bees (turning a honey dipper)April 11 Art in Nature IV: Kid’s Mixed Media Recycled Art from 9 to 11 a.m.May 18 Paints in the Parks: The Final Five and Art Exhibit From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.last_img read more

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Hull fans warn Allam over ballot

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first_img “We feel we have been prejudiced right from the outset. The FA introduced a new policy to handle our application on the back of consultations with the City Till We Die group, and we therefore feel that our application was already pre-judged. “This feeling has been reinforced with yesterday’s announcement, as the club feels this will further prejudice the forthcoming ballot of season pass holders. “However, this is now the time for the silent majority to come forward and support the club’s aspirations. Details of the ballot will be released to season pass holders within the next 48 hours.” Gretton was puzzled by the reaction, but heartened by the club’s apparent failure to make its case with the FA. He said: “I honestly don’t know why they would say that. It’s a very odd thing to say because as I understand it, there’s been no decision made yet. “There’s been a recommendation which has to be ratified by the FA, so it does seem tactically a very odd thing to do, to accuse the FA when they is still a decision to be made.” Allam has threatened to walk away from the KC Stadium if he does not get his way. However, members of the fans’ group are convinced there is a way forward. Gretton said: “We have been broadly happy with what’s happened under the Allams’ ownership of the club and we would like this to be finished. That’s why we welcome a season ticket holders’ poll. “If we can get a popular vote against the name change, we are not going to crow about it – we have no need to. “Hopefully, he would just abandon the plan and we could say ‘well done for being the bigger man’. We’d be delighted about that and we could start afresh.” Meanwhile, Tigers striker George Boyd has been charged with misconduct by the FA for allegedly spitting at Manchester City keeper Joe Hart. Boyd has until 6pm on Wednesday to respond to the charge. The club’s owners levelled the accusation at the FA in a statement released on Tuesday, 24 hours after it was revealed the FA’s membership committee had recommended rejection of an application to rename the club ‘Hull Tigers’. A decision will be made at a meeting of the FA’s Full Council on April 9, but Allam has vowed to put the matter to season pass holders in the hope of backing his proposal with a resounding ‘yes’ vote. Press Association However, the City Till We Die campaign group is convinced supporters, many of whom have reacted angrily to the move to alter the club’s name after 110 years, will not give him what he wants. Spokesperson Mark Gretton told Press Association Sport: “There have been so many polls and every one of them has voted against a name-change. “Every reputable poll that has been done, whether by a fans’ group, the Hull Daily Mail or the official supporters’ club, they have all voted against a name-change. “That said, asking the fans is a good idea. We suggested this back in November. “We wrote to him (Allam) about it, but he ignored us and in the press, that was when he started with his ‘no one tells me how to run my companies’. “We assumed he’d gone quiet on this. That would have been a very sensible thing to do back then so whatever the result, the pass holders can have a say in this decision.” City’s statement confirmed that pass holders will be balloted on the matter, which Allam believes is vital if he is to make the club more marketable, with details of the vote due to be released within 48 hours. The statement said: “The club is disappointed with the timing of yesterday’s announcement made by The FA. Hull supporters have warned owner Assem Allam not to bank on season ticket holders voting for his proposed name-change after City accused the Football Association of being prejudiced in its dealings. last_img read more

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