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News. AMERICAN OVERSIGHT, and the creation of editorial content include the posting of records related to an ethics waiver received by a senior Department of Justice attorney and an analysis of what those records demonstrated regarding the Department’s process for issuing such waivers;11 posting records received as part of American Oversight’s “Audit the Wall” project to gather and analyze information related to the administration’s proposed construction of a barrier along the U.S.-Mexico border, and analyses of what those records reveal;12 posting records regarding potential self-dealing at the Department of Housing & Urban Development and related analysis;13 posting records and analysis relating to the federal government’s efforts to sell nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia;14 and posting records and analysis regarding the Department of Justice’s decision in response to demands from Congress to direct a U.S. Attorney to undertake a wide-ranging review and make recommendations regarding criminal investigations relating to the President’s political opponents and allegations of misconduct by the Department of Justice itself and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.15 Lower Drug Prices Now is a project of the Sixteen Thirty Fund, a 501(c)4 non-profit organization with no commercial purpose. The release of the information requested is not in Lower Drug Prices Now’s financial interest. Our mission is to educate the public about the importance of affordable and accessible prescription drugs and about the role federally funded research plays in the development of new drugs. Any information gathered through this request will be used to educate the public through reports, press releases, or other media. Accordingly, American Oversight and Lower Drug Prices Now qualify for a fee waiver.
News. New members from left to right: Diana Waitawa, Muforo Mushunje, Damian Mushunje, and Matthew McFarland together with family members and church leaders.Canterbury baptismsOn Sabbath 14 May three of our young people were baptised by Pastor Israel Williams: siblings, Mufaro and Damian Mushunje, and their friend Diana Waitawa. They were well supported by family and friends and the service included some touching tributes by their parents, and some wonderful music proved by The Voices, a group of university students, and the church choir.The service was also special for Matthew McFarland, who started attending church last year. During his testimony, he spoke of his love for God and his decision to become a Christian, which led to him being baptised in another denomination. However, while continuing to study the Bible, he felt the Lord leading him to the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Having completed Bible studies, he was accepted as a member on profession of his faith. ZANIAH ABRAHAMS Baptisms in AyrshireIrvine Church in Ayrshire, Scotland has a congregation of around 20 members, not all of whom are active. Recently this small church experienced a wonderful event – the baptism of three new members on 7 May. Precious, Adrian and Mark were baptised by Pastor Claudiu Popescu under the welcoming eye of Pastor Bernie Holford, Scottish Mission President.The service was enhanced, as well, by the music of the church’s choir, under the leadership of Erika Khanye. CHRISTINA July10 Sheffield (Concord Park) 21-24 NEC SessionABC ShopsWatford, BUC, Monday-Thursday – 12.30-5pm, Friday – 10am-2pm.01923 893461Birmingham, Aston-Newtown, Wednesday – 11am-4pm, Thursday – 4pm-8pm, Sunday – 11am-3pm.0121 3286380Advent Centre, Mondays & Wednesdays – 6.30pm-8.30pm,Sundays – 11am-3pm, SaturdaysNovember, December, January: After sunset.0207 7236849 First NEC Women’s Ministries baptismOn Sabbath 7 May 2016, the North England Conference held its first-ever Women’s Ministriesbaptism at Winson Green Church. The service was led by Pastors Jeff Nicholson and Patricia Douglas.Linda, the candidate, gave a moving testimony of God’s love and faithfulness so far in her life. We thank Pastor Nicholson and his congregation for the love and warm welcome that we received.FAITH MUIMO AND HYACINTH GAYLE (AREA 3) A baptism at BathSabbath 14 May was a fantastic day. Not only because the car park was full, the church packed and the weather good; but because Bath Church ended its long wait for another bap...
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News. TERRITORIAL REPORTSThe Bahamas Institute of Chartered Accountants Association of Professional Engineers and the Barbados Institute of Architects through the Barbados Coalition for Service Industries and the Private Sector Trade Team to make an input on behalf of the accounting profession on Mutual Recognition Agreements with Professional Associations in Europe under the EPA. ICAB also made submissions to the Government on proposed changes to the Mutual Funds Act. In addition, ICAB is presently developing policy proposals (to be submitted to Government) for a Limited Liability Partnership Act to provide a legal structure for firms to practice accounting whilst limiting the liability of the firms and partners. Models from other jurisdictions are being examined and other professions affected by liability issues have been invited to participate in the process. The Institute also met with the Inland Revenue Department and the Customs & Excise Department to discuss issues of common concern. Continuing Professional DevelopmentThe following CPD activities were held by the Institute over the period July 1- October 31, 2009:• A joint ICAB/BIBA Corporate Governance and Compliance seminar was held on July 9th at the Hilton Hotel. The presenter was Mr. Peter Thurton, a Canadian, financial services regulatory and compliance lawyer. The Governor of the Central Bank, Dr. Marion Williams, was the luncheon speaker. • A seminar entitled, Tools & Techniques in Fraud Prevention, Detection, and Investigation, was held on July 28 at the LloydErskine Sandiford Centre.• On August 17 & 18, a workshop entitled, Preparing for Practice Monitoring, was held at the Accra Hotel. The workshop facilitator was Mr. Michael Scott, a former ACCA Practice Reviewer. • On August 28, the Hilton Hotel was the venue for a seminar entitled, An Update on International Financial Services in Barbados in a Changing Environment. The Hon. George Hutson, Minister of International Transport and International Business opened the seminar. • A joint ICAB/ACCA seminar on International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) was held on September 14 at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre. The presenter was Mr. Nagin Lad BA, MSc, MAAT, FCCA. On the following day, Mr. Nagin Lad was also the presenter at the seminar on International Auditing Standards. • On October 21st, a joint ICAB/CGA seminar was held on the topic, Estimating Revenues and Expenditures at the Hilton Hotel.• On October 28th, the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford...