Springfield, Mo. – Brimfield EMT Jonathan Hall read his new book, Toto the Tornado Kitten, to preschoolers from the YMCA of Greater Springfield’s Scantic Valley Child Development Center on Thursday.Read more about the book at Amazon.com.
The Legal Aid Agency has dropped its investigation into Birmingham firm Public Interest Lawyers, the agency confirmed last week.A spokesman said there were ‘no legal grounds’ to take action against the firm in relation to the use of legal aid in the al-Sweady inquiry into allegations of ill-treatment by British soldiers.However, the LAA said it has ‘referred some concerns’ to the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Principal Phil Shiner (pictured) told the Gazette there was ‘no question’ of concerns about him or his firm.
Submit StumbleUpon Related Articles Share Digitain and LSports double up for simulated tennis roll out June 30, 2020 SBC Webinars and Digitain present Finding Value in Untapped Markets July 14, 2020 Why reliability of service is an integral part of TVBET’s strategy August 6, 2020 Share Suren KhachatryanMulti-channel supplier Digitain has joined forces with Mediatech Solutions in a deal that will see it provide the platform provider with its best sportsbook platform solution.Under the partnership, Mediatech will integrate Digitain’s product into its own omni-channel platform, IRIS, which will be offered to its land-based and online operator partners.Digitain’s sportsbook product offers odds on 65 different sports, taking in 7,500 leagues, and more than 3,000 betting markets. It also covers 26,000 live events a month.It is multi-lingual and multi-currency and can be plugged into to any platform through a seamless API integration, which allows a full use of wagering bonuses and cash-out functions for both in-play and pre-match.The company employs over 300 traders that use a proprietary platform utilising in-house developed algorithms and tools. Their experienced risk management teams also manage each partner individually, along with liquidity, player categorisation and liabilities.Suren Khachatryan, CEO at Digitain, said: “This is a great deal for both us and Mediatech, as well as operators looking to take advantage of our innovative sportsbook.“The combined offer of the IRIS platform and our sportsbook is the ultimate solution for small online businesses. It is just as relevant to larger companies who want to outsource their sportsbook and software development teams to professionals, so they can focus on marketing, client acquisition, and retention.Mediatech Solutions CEO and founder Jessica Ordovas, said: “Operators are well aware of the need to adopt an omni-channel strategy, but many don’t know how to go about it.“Digitain’s sportsbook is one of the best out there, and will help our partners achieve the seamless transition between land-based and online gaming their customers have come to expect and demand.”
0Shares0000RIO DE JANEIRO, April 16- Brazilian club Atletico Mineiro said Tuesday they have scrapped plans to sign controversial French forward Nicolas Anelka.Director of football Eduardo Maluf indicated Mineiro had been unable to contact the former Arsenal, Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea veteran and would not pursue their interest in the 35-year-old. “At no time did we manage to speak to the player,” Brazilian media quoted Maluf as saying.Mineiro, current club of veteran Brazil star Ronaldinho, confirmed to AFP the deal was off while Anelka himself told journalists from Kuwait that he was still a free agent.“I haven’t signed for anyone, I’m on holiday,” said Anelka, who had previously refused to comment on reports he had signed for Mineiro.“I’m on a religious visit in Kuwait and I’m not going to talk about football,” he had said Monday.Anelka, a convert to Islam, was invited by the Kuwaiti ministry of religious affairs to participate in a meeting for young Muslims.The breakdown of his proposed move to Mineiro, announced as a done deal by the Brazilians 10 days ago, has irked the club.Maluf said they would be making a complaint to FIFA, claiming they had earlier agreed a deal with former France international’s representatives.Maluf said “we had everything agreed” but had received information from Anelka’s agent Cristian Cazini that he could not arrive before Saturday.“We decided the contract was cancelled — we are not going to wait until the 19th,” said Maluf.Mineiro chairman Alexandre Kalil said on April 5 via Twitter that Anelka would be signing and Brazilian media showed pictures of fans bearing “welcome Anelka” banners.The club had expected to unveil the Frenchman last week but went quiet on the deal after he failed to show, instead travelling to Kuwait.Maluf indicated that a pre-contract had been inked for Anelka to play for the club until December next year.West Bromwich Albion sacked Anelka last month “for gross misconduct” after he made an alleged anti-semitic “quenelle” gesture on scoring a goal.Anelka denied the allegation, insisting the sign was to show solidarity with his friend, controversial French comedian Dieudonne M’Bala M’Bala.Anelka burst onto the scene with Arsenal as a teenager. He won 69 French caps, scoring 14 goals before being thrown out of the 2010 World Cup following a row with coach Raymond Domenech.He was handed an 18-match ban, that effectively ended his international career.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)