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“On behalf of the Fain Family and the investors of the Arizona Sundogs we wish Chris and his family nothing but success. Our organization has always been about developing people, and it is with great pride that we see Chris, receiving this opportunity to move up to a major sports market, as their Team President”, said Brad Fain. He continued to say, “As we look to the future to bring Sundogs hockey back to Prescott Valley next season, this will be a big role to fill.
Harsh Jain, COO of Groww, a mutual fund investment portal said, “Funds with concentrated bond portfolios are high risk investments”. For example, DHFL Pramerica Short Maturity Fund has only five securities issued by four issuers in its portfolio dated May 31, 2019. In last one year it held 37 securities at its peak.
If you require advice or treatment for (Dental emergency). Such as heamorrhage, swelling trauma or pain not controlled by painkillers then phone (NHS 111) This will allow you access to a dentist out of hours. If you are not registered with a Gp practice in the Doncaster area at the moment then you can also call (NHS 111 service )for dental treatment.
Whenever you’re in trouble you can actually press that Panic Button and your exact GPS coordinates will be sent over to their system and they will know where you are. They also got what we call a Safety Profile wherein you can upload your recent picture and any information about you. Whenever there is a real emergency, they can route it over to the nearest 9 1 1 center based on your GPS location.
Boundary: B. Gibbins, L. Marsden. This deal bummed me out the most of the five because now my Giants have to play Dez twice a year for the next five seasons. Thats TEN TIMES! With the big deal, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones shows that he is willing to spend to make it all the way again. Of course, good luck getting through the Giants, WR Demaryius Thomas signed a five year deal with the Denver Broncos.
(Image: iStockphoto)Get the biggest daily news stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersDubbed the ‘digital generation’ in a new study, children aged five to 16 are intent on pursuing jobs such as vloggers, animators and software developers.With kids growing up surrounded by technology and the internet, most are using computers, tablets, mobile phones and other gadgets on a daily basis, research for O2 says.As such, the average child is both confident and accepting of a future where they work with and alongside technological advancements.Which means more traditional careers such as doctors, teachers and lawyers are being replaced with web designers and coders, among others.Bill Eyres, Director of Sustainability for O2 who have partnered with the NSPCC to provide a series of online tools to help parents feel more comfortable with the online world, said: “Our research shows that children are excited by the opportunities that technology can bring.”We also know parents want to encourage their children to embrace technology and future proof their career paths, but in spite of this, some are still nervous of actively supporting their children to enjoy the online world.”That’s why we’ve teamed up with the NSPCC to create a range of free resources and services aimed at helping parents feel more confident in their kids embracing technology safely.”Revealed, the areas of Britain where more than half of all kids are mired in povertyThe study of 2,000 parents and 2,000 children aged 5 16 by O2 shows parents would be more comfortable if their children followed a more traditional career path.While parents acknowledging the importance of tech to a future career, almost one quarter don’t encourage their children to embrace gadgets and gizmos.And although three quarters do talk to their children about their school day, two thirds don’t ask anything about their online activity.One in 10 put their inability to have a conversation about technology and what is happening online down to a lack of confidence in talking to kids about online safety.Almost eight in 10 parents admit digital skills are vital to their children’s future but just 11 per cent of parents actively encourage their children to embrace technology, and use it as a way to develop skills or express their creativity online.Parents want kids to go in to medicineThe news comes as leading economists predict that 44 per cent of traditional jobs in the UK economy today could feasibly be automated by the time today’s pupils enter the world of work.Building parents’ confidence to explore the online world with their children is an important step forward in nurturing their digital skills and preparing them for the career roles of the future.NSPCC Head of Child Safety Online, Tony Stower, said: “The internet can open up a world of possibilities for children giving them a space to play, learn and connect, but some parents may lack the confidence to nurture their child’s digital skills.”To make the most of all the internet has to offer we encourage parents to take the time to explore their child’s online world with them. With O2 we have developed lots of useful tools and advice so parents can support their child to make the most of the internet and safely navigate the risks.”Furious parents hit back at school after it bans flavoured water and squash from children packed lunchesCruise shipsToddler who died on cruise ship after ‘slipping from grandad’s arms’ is picturedPassengers on board the Freedom of the Seas Royal Caribbean cruise ship heard Kimberley Schultz Wiegand cry out in anguish as her daughter fell to her deathHospitalsMaggots wriggle in mouth of man as he recovers in hospital from leg injuryWARNING: Distressing images. The patient’s son ‘screamed’ when he saw the state of his suffering father’s mouth as he was treated at RK Khan Hospital in KwaZulu Natal ProvinceThe QueenThe Queen will give up her powers to Charles after turning 95, expert predictsRoyal expert Paul Dampier says the monarch is aiming to give up most of her royal duties under the Regency ActParentingConcerned mum embarrassed as she discovers what huge black mark in kid’s mouth actually isDoctors tried to tell Darian Depreta that the huge mark on Bella’s mouth was a birthmark, but she knew it wasn’t that.