This year the Palotti Prize goes to Elaine Tolukan

As announced by the Friedberg Grammar School, this year’s Palotti Prize goes to Elaine Tolukan. Because the corona pandemic makes it impossible to hold a festive ceremony in the traditional setting, the award ceremony was brought forward. Rector Dr. Lukas Krejci on the Palotti Prize: “The traditional Pallotti Day, which was originally planned for Friday, … Read more

Enner Valencia scores a consecutive game in Turkey (Video)

Forward Enner Valencia scored a match in a row and allowed Fenerbahce to add as a visitor this Friday by drawing 1-1 against Sivasspor, in actions on matchday 20 of the Turkish Super League. Valencia, who repeated ownership and held the entire match, accurately launched a penalty and scored the tie on the closing of … Read more

SGV: “Corona measures must not become a mortgage for learners”

Details Published: January 19, 2021 (pd) The Swiss Trade Association (sgv) demands that the vocational schools remain open in any case, even if they are closed from secondary level II: “Practical knowledge cannot be imparted via distance learning. A closure would become a mortgage for several years of apprenticeship, which would be your future The … Read more

Mike Büskens: Donation for Gelsenkirchen Association

Gelsenkirchen Schalke legend Mike Büskens has made a donation to the “Arzt Mobil Gelsenkirchen” association. This is how the money came together. “Mike makes meters”: This is the motto under which Schalke legend Michael “Mike” Büskens has been walking through Gelsenkirchen since the summer of 2020, collecting donations for the Schalker Markt Foundation and motivating … Read more

Raiffeisen is demanding the same length of spit as Postfinance – Switzerland

ST. GALLEN – Raiffeisen welcomes the decision of the Federal Council to privatize Postfinance before it can grant loans and mortgages. The separation from the postal group and the associated reorganization of the basic service was logical, said Raiffeisen on Wednesday upon request. .

Kerber in quarantine: “Sport is clearly in second place” | – Sport

Status: 20.01.2021 11:39 a.m. For tennis professional Angelique Kerber, the two-week strict hotel quarantine in Melbourne is a setback in preparation for the Australian Open. The Kiel woman knows how to classify the situation in times of Corona. “Much more important things are happening in the world at the moment,” said the 2016 Australian Open … Read more

Handed many donations to the board

RODHEIM-BIEBER – Before Christmas, Kurt Kleist from the Catholic parish of St. Anna Biebertal called for donations for the Gießener Tafel. Now he thanks him warmly for the great willingness to donate: “Dear fellow Christians, I would like to thank you on behalf of the Tafel employees and especially the people who rely on the … Read more

Visit of Madame Nathalie Elimas, Secretary of State in charge of priority education, in Mayenne / Youth, sport, education, community life and culture / Public policies / Reception

Visit of Madame Nathalie Elimas, Secretary of State in charge of priority education, to Mayenne Updated on 01/19/2021 Friday January 15, Mrs. Nathalie Elimas, Secretary of State to the Minister of National Education, Youth and Sports, in charge of priority education went to Mayenne. She visited the Alain Gerbault college in Laval, which is particularly … Read more

Dutch aid affair: systematic hunt down of the weak

The resignation of the Dutch government can only be a start for the victims of the “aid affair”. They sense a step that is particularly effective in the media and urge further clarification. By Ludger Kazmierczak, WDR-Studio Den Haag A “blue letter” from the rounded service, the Dutch tax office, turned Janet Ramesar’s life upside … Read more

Less than 15 million current credit cards were registered in the market

Paola Andrea Vargas Rubio – [email protected] The increase in covid-19 cases in the country and the measures to contain its spread continue to impact the behavior of credit cards. These plastics recorded a drop of 8.6% in 10 months, as the banking system went from having 16 million valid cards in January 2020 to 14.6 … Read more