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Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares The company appears to be in a relatively stable position at the moment with regards to cash, and has even paid off the loan previously given to it by the government to help with Covid-19 business disruption.A recent partnership with Just Eat means that customers can have their baked goods delivered, and in turn this has helped make up for some of the lost business due a lack of footfall in the company’s stores.Sales have been steadily improving since the initial lockdown of March 2020, and the fourth quarter trading update mentions that like-for-like sales in company-managed stores in the fourth quarter to early January this year were an average of 81.1% of equivalent 2019 levels.However I note in the same report that the CEO Roger Whiteside also talks about how he thinks that it would be at least 2022 before company profits return to pre-Covid levels.Even though the pandemic and subsequent lockdowns have been painful, Greggs has still been opening new stores and has plans to continue to do so during 2021.I like the fact that the company seems adaptable and proactive, such as offering the delivery service and the introduction of new menu items. I remember seeing the news when customers were queuing around the block for the new vegan steak bake!Food for thoughtContinuing to increase the number of outlets does show commitment to future growth. However, it is happening at a time of great uncertainty in both the high street and the wider economy in general.Also, given that most of Greggs’ bakery stores seem to be located on the high street or in retail parks, its target customers would appear to be those who are out shopping or who are at work.I do wonder if the number of customers could start to decline in the long run if the work from home model were to continue, and if shoppers were to move to more online purchases, rather than hitting the high street.Once the lockdown is lifted and shops and restaurants reopen, it is difficult to know if the number of takeaway delivery orders will continue at the current rate. 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53 total views, 1 views today Advertisement 54 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis7 Tagged with: Finance Fundraising Regulator AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis7 Melanie May | 28 October 2016 | News As part of this week’s Charity Fraud Awareness Week, the Fundraising Regulator has published a list of questions to help people work out if a charity is genuine or not.The guide, Six Questions Every Fundraiser Should be Able to Answer to Improve Donor Confidence suggests questions that people can ask a charity they are considering donating to in order to feel confident that their money will go to the right place.They are:Is the charity you are fundraising for registered?What permissions do you have that allow you to collect in this area?Who do you work for / What proportion of my money goes to the charity?How can I be sure you are who you say you are?Do you support good fundraising practice?Can I think it over?In addition to the questions, the guide explains why each question is valid and what they should expect to hear in response, as well as what further steps they can take if they want to check any further.It also states that if an individual is still unhappy with a method of fundraising after having contacted the charity in question directly to complain, they should then contact the Fundraising Regulator complaints team. Fundraising Regulator publishes fraud awareness guide for donors 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.
News June 1, 2021 Find out more PhilippinesAsia – Pacific to go further RSF_en PhilippinesAsia – Pacific Organisation Receive email alerts Philippines: RSF and the #HoldTheLine Coalition welcome reprieve for Maria Ressa, demand all other charges and cases be dropped Filipina journalist still held although court dismissed case eleven days ago Follow the news on Philippines Mass international solidarity campaign launched in support of Maria Ressa February 16, 2021 Find out more Leonides Alcantara, a suspect in the killing of radio presenter Apolinario “Polly” Podeba, surrendered to the authorities in the city of Bansud, in Mindoro province (southeast of Manilla), on 22 November. According to police superintendent Ricardo Padilla, who is in charge of the murder investigation, he is one of the two gunmen who shot Podeba on 17 May 2003. When turning himself in to Bansud mayor Ferdinand Soller, Alcantara said a policeman tried to kill him five days earlier and he therefore needed protection.________________________________________________________27.05.2003Two suspects arrested in the killing of journalist Apolinario PodebaTwo arrested suspects reportedly linked to mayor’s sonPolice in Lucena (southeast of Manila) have arrested two suspects in the 17May killing of radio journalist Apolinario “Polly” Podeba and said theyadmitted working as bodyguards for Romano Talaga, son of Ramon Talaga, thetown’s mayor who has been mentioned in connnection with the case. Eulogio”Eloy” Patulay and his brother Eric (who denied killing Podeba) werearrested on 22 May after being named as suspects by Quezon police chiefRicardo Padilla. Both men have been accused of other killings in the pastbut never convicted.————————————-05.19.2003 Second journalist killed in less than two monthsReporters Without Borders (Reporters sans frontières) today voiced concern about the murder on 17 May of radio commentator Apolinario “Polly” Podeba, the second journalist killed in less than two months, and urged the government to do more to protect journalists. Podeba’s murder is thought to have been the result of his accusations linking municipal authorities to the spread of drugs and gambling in the town of Lucena.”The impunity enjoyed by those who murder journalists, especially in the case of Edgar Damalerio, encourages hit men and those who hire them to murder more journalists,” Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Robert Ménard said. “The government is partly to blame for this wave violence, which makes the Philippines one of the most dangerous countries for the press,” he said.The organisation called on President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo to do everything possible to ensure that those responsible for Podeba’s death are identified and punished. It also called on the government to consider taking special measures to protect threatened journalists, as the authorities in Colombia have done.Podeba was gunned down on the way to the studios of radio dwTI-AM near Lucena, southeast of Manila, on the morning of 17 May 2003 by two men on a motorcycle, who fired seven shots at close range, hitting him in the face, head, neck, back and hands. One of the two killers even got off the motorcycle to fire more shots at him as he lay on the ground. He was taken to Quezon hospital where a forensic doctor declared him dead on arrival.A former communist guerrilla, Podeba was known for criticising both national and municipal authorities. For the past two years, he and two colleagues had presented a programme called “Nosi ba Lasi” (Who are they?) in which they blamed the mayor of Lucena, Ramon Talaga, for the spread of drugs and gambling in the town. The mayor reacted by closing down the radio station in 2002, forcing it to move outside the city limits.Joselito “Tito” Ojeda, the chairman of ConAmor Broadcasting, which owns dwTI-AM, said the mayor could be implicated in the murder. The mayor, for his part, blamed the murder on his political rivals who, he said, were trying to harm him by portraying him as the leading suspect. No group has claimed responsibility for the killing.Lucena police chief Danilo Siongco has been put in charge of the investigation. Two witnesses are reportedly being held in police custody. Podeba’s widow Rowena said her husband had received telephone threats in the past few weeks. She also said she thought a hit man was hired to kill him.The other journalist killed in the past seven weeks was John Villanueva, killed in April in Legapzi, in the centre of the country. Radio commentator Efren Rafanan was wounded on 31 March in Vigan in the north of the Philippines. News November 25, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Podeba murder suspect turns himself in Help by sharing this information News News May 3, 2021 Find out more
RSF begins research into mechanisms for protecting journalists in Latin America News Follow the news on Brazil to go further Reporters Without Borders voiced outrage today at a shooting attack that left newspaper editor Maurício Melato Barth seriously injured on 23 March in the southern city of Itapema (Santa Catarina state) and suggested local authorities could have been involved.”We firmly condemn the violence and cowardliness of this attack, which aimed to silence a journalist,” the press freedom organization said.”It is highly likely this ‘contract’ was carried out with the support, if not at the behest, of local officials who had been criticized in the victim’s articles, and we therefore call for a federal investigation to find out who was involved,” Reporters Without Borders added.The owner and editor of the local newspaper Infobairros, Melato found two masked men waiting for him when he returned home on the evening of 23 March. They fired three shots at him at close range, hitting him twice and shattering both of his thighbones.Melato has often run stories on local corruption. “Itapema’s mayor is suspected of corruption,” Ricardo Pedreira of the National Association of Journalists (ANJ) told Reporters Without Borders, adding, “it is quite probable that this was an attempted contract killing.”The same view was taken by Itapema-based freelance journalist André Gobbo. “Maurício had accused local politicians in his newspaper of administrative irregularities,” he told Reporters Without Borders.The shooting has caused a stir. “The Santa Catarina state government has organized and sent a team of investigators acting independently of our local police,” Gobbo said.Melato was initially hospitalized in Blumenau, where he spent a week. Then he was transferred to Curitiba, in neighbouring Paraná state. RSF_en 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies Receive email alerts BrazilAmericas Alarm after two journalists murdered in Brazil BrazilAmericas April 27, 2021 Find out more News Reporters Without Borders is appalled by a shooting attack on journalist Maurício Melato Barth on 23 March in the southern city of Itapema and calls for a federal investigation to establish who was involved. Melato owns and edits the newspaper Infobairros, which covered local corruption cases. May 13, 2021 Find out more Reports April 5, 2005 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Southern newspaper editor seriously wounded in shooting Help by sharing this information News Organisation April 15, 2021 Find out more
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