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Police charge fugitive Maria Lumowa with corruption, money laundering

first_img“We will make separate police reports for both charges,” Listyo said in a broadcast press conference on Friday.The money laundering charge was used to track down Maria’s assets as well as other parties that might be involved in the loan scam, he said, adding that investigators would question her and 11 witnesses to dig deeper into the case.Read also: Maria’s extradition ‘cover up’ for failure to arrest other fugitives, experts sayHe explained that the National Police had so far confiscated and tracked down assets in the form of her unmovable and movable property as well as money and goods that had been confiscated and auctioned off, valued at a total of Rp 132 billion (US$9.14 million)“We will further trace her assets and also other parties that might be involved in the case,” Listyo said.Listyo added that Maria, who obtained Dutch citizenship in 1979 and was hiding in the Netherlands, had asked for an attorney and the police had requested the Dutch embassy to provide legal assistance for her.Maria fled Indonesia just before she was named a suspect of a fraudulent loan scam by the National Police in 2003. She allegedly used a fictitious letter of credit to obtain US$136 million and 56 million euro ($118,846) in bank loans from BNI issued to her company PT Gramarindo Group between 2002 and 2003. The alleged scam was worth Rp 1.7 trillion, roughly equivalent to Rp 4.5 trillion (US$312.2 million) in today’s money.Topics : The National Police have brought multiple charges relating to corruption and money laundering against captured fugitive Maria Pauline Lumowa, who has been wanted for 17 years as a suspect in a major fraud case.The National Police’s Criminal Investigation Department (Bareskrim) chief Comr. Gen. Listyo Sigit Prabowo said Maria had been charged under the 2001 Corruption Law and the 2003 Money Laundering Law.last_img read more

Backing for at least two weeks paid leave for new dads

first_img“The period immediately following the birth of a child is demanding and difficult for mums, especially with sleep deprivation, recovering from childbirth, and coping with the existing demands of siblings,” Mr McCoskrie said. Currently new Kiwi fathers are allowed two weeks of unpaid leave, while in 2011 Australia introduced the “Dad and Partner” pay scheme, which provides fathers with two weeks’ leave after the birth of a child with a minimum wage.https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/promote-hands-parenting-fathers-family-first-calls-paid-dad-leaveShould fathers of newborns get paid leave?Otago Daily Times 16 March 2016Fathers of newborns should get two weeks paid “father leave” to help them bond with their baby and support their partner through an often stressful time, Family First NZ say.A number of countries have varying paid leave for new dads.In 2011 Australia introduced a “Dad and Partner” pay scheme, that provides two weeks leave for most working fathers after the birth of a child, with a payment equivalent of the minimum wage.The support is to help fathers bond with their child, take on more care, and help out mothers following a birth.Family First NZ submitted today to a Parliamentary committee considering a parental leave amendment bill and, while supporting an extension of paid parental leave to 26 weeks, also asked for paid father leave of two weeks rising to four weeks.National director Bob McCoskrie said its own polling carried out by Curia Market Research showed 68% of New Zealanders backed paid father leave.“The period immediately following the birth of a child is demanding and difficult for mums, especially with sleep deprivation, recovering from childbirth, and coping with the existing demands of siblings,” Mr McCoskrie said.“This will promote hands-on parenting by fathers, which is a good thing.”READ MORE: http://www.odt.co.nz/news/national/376501/should-fathers-newborns-get-paid-leaveCalls for paid paternity leave to help baby bonding NewsHub 16 March 2016Family First New Zealand is calling for paid “father’s leave” for dads, to help them bond with their baby and support mums through a demanding time.Currently, the primary eligibility for paid parental leave lies with the mother. Dads are entitled to two weeks unpaid leave, but many struggle to take it.Auckland dad of newborn twins, Ashley Giles, says he saved up his holiday to be able to take the two weeks leave after his wife Natalie gave birth.“I took a two week holiday to be able to stay at home and look after my wife and take care of our babies,” he says.“There’s huge pressures around being a young dad. A really big thing is being able to provide for your family, so if there’s a facility to be able to say, ‘We’ll take care of the pay for you’, and allows you to stay at home and take care of the babies and do what you need to as an additional carer for them, then that’s fantastic.“It’s going to remove some of the barriers we’re faced with as parents.”Family First made a submission to a Parliamentary committee today considering a parental leave amendment Bill.READ MORE: http://www.newshub.co.nz/nznews/calls-for-paid-paternity-leave-to-help-baby-bonding-2016031619#axzz436BiY6pD The organisation also supported extending paid parental leave to 26 weeks, and wanted paid “father leave” for four weeks. “This will promote hands-on parenting by fathers, which is a good thing.”center_img NZ Herald 16 March 2016Family First Comment: Discussing this with Paul Henry (TV3) tomorrow morning 6.50amPAID FATHER LEAVE • There are calls for fathers of newborns to get at least two weeks paid leave.• “Father leave” was introduced in Australia in 2011, and is in place in a number of other countries, including Sweden.• At present, dads are entitled to two weeks unpaid leave. The primary eligibility for paid parental leave lies with the mother. If her partner is also eligible then she may transfer all or part of her entitlement to her partner.• Family First NZ has today called for paid father leave. In the past, the Families Commission has supported calls for such leave.• Paid maternity leave will be extended to 18 weeks next month.Fathers of newborns should get two weeks paid “father leave” to help them bond with their baby and support their partner through an often stressful time, Family First NZ say.Family First NZ submitted today to a Parliamentary committee considering a parental leave amendment bill and, while supporting an extension of paid parental leave to 26 weeks, also asked for paid father leave of two weeks rising to four weeks.National director Bob McCoskrie said its own polling carried out by Curia Market Research showed 68 per cent of New Zealanders backed paid father leave.“The period immediately following the birth of a child is demanding and difficult for mums, especially with sleep deprivation, recovering from childbirth, and coping with the existing demands of siblings,” Mr McCoskrie said.“This will promote hands-on parenting by fathers, which is a good thing.”READ MORE: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11606601‘This will promote hands-on parenting by fathers’: Family First calls for paid dad leaveTVNZ 16 March 2016Fathers to newborn babies should be permitted to two weeks of paid parental leave, says Family First.Today, Family First submitted support for the idea to a Parliamentary committee considering a parental leave amendment bill, NZME reports. National director Bob McCoskrie said Family First polling indicated 68 per cent of New Zealanders supported the idea of paid father leave.last_img read more

Tipbet evolves cash out feature for new season

first_img Related Articles StumbleUpon Tipbet expands Greek coverage with Iraklis 1908 sponsorship April 2, 2018 Platin Gaming appoints Matthijs Vogelenzang as Commercial lead July 17, 2018 Share Submit In time for the upcoming football season, Platin Gaming has rolled out its partial and auto cash out functionality with Tipbet.Tipbet, which is powered by the Platin Gaming sportsbook platform, is aiming to elevate its player experience to the next level with its new offering, delivering even more excitement and betting opportunities to punters.The addition of partial and auto cash out builds on Tipbet’s standard cash out offering, which launched in April 2017. The new functionality puts more control in punters’ hands and delivers increased flexibility across single bets and multi-bets.Philippos Naskos, Head of Product at Platin Gaming, commented: “We are delighted to have flicked the switch on our Partial and Auto Cash Out functionality with Tipbet. Players want more flexibility and control, and this puts the power very much in their hands.“We are particularly pleased with our innovative Auto Cash Out functionality; it means players can take advantage of cash out even when they are unable to monitor the progress of game or keep an eye on their betslip.“We believe Partial and Auto Cash Out will be a huge hit with Tipbet players, and look forward to receiving their feedback.”Partial Cash Out can be accessed via the customer’s betting slip. The amount offered is based on how the bet is performing and the likelihood of a win. Punters can choose a percentage or specific amount to withdraw; the reduced balance remains live in the bet.Auto Cash Out allows punters to set a limit for cash out. Once that limit has been hit, the bet will automatically pay out. This is particularly useful for those who are unable to monitor their betting slip as events unfold during the game.Partial and Auto Cash Out is available to Tipbet players across all platforms, devices and operating systems, and in all languages. Tipbet upgrades in-store systems & software September 4, 2017 Sharelast_img read more