– Advertisement – There are also some changes noted in the interface, for instance, “Archived Chats” may be moved at the top of your chat list once Vacation Mode is enabled for better visibility. In this update, WhatsApp is also working to introduce the ‘Archived Chats feature with a new banner that reads, “Move chats you want to keep muted here’ adding, ‘Chats with new messages won’t return to main chat list. This hints that the behaviour of archived chats function will change for all chats archived. For now, the tracker says that these new tweaks haven’t been enabled for users even on the latest beta.In 2020, will WhatsApp get the killer feature that every Indian is waiting for? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. WhatsApp is actively working on a ‘Vacation Mode’ feature to bring users the ability to keep archived chat in archive even when a new message arrives. Currently, WhatsApp unarchives chats when a new message comes in, and Vacation Mode looks to prevent that from happening. The latest WhatsApp for Android beta sees improvements to this Vacation Mode feature, and hints that WhatsApp is actively developing it, including UI tweaks to the Archived Chats section. The feature is still under development and hasn’t been enabled for public beta testing yet.The instant messaging platform has released the latest WhatsApp Beta for Android v220.127.116.11, and WhatsApp-watchers WABetaInfo dug into its code to see all the new features WhatsApp may be working on. The features tracker found WhatsApp is busy developing the Vacation Mode feature. This new addition, as mentioned, allows users to keep chats in the archive when new messages arrive. In the past beta updates, WhatsApp prevented muted archived chats to be automatically unarchived when new messages arrived, but this new beta release suggests that WhatsApp users need not mute chats to keep them in archive.- Advertisement –
Comment Arsenal aim to offload Ozil in January (Picture: Rex Features)‘When I decided he shouldn’t be in the squad it’s because I think other players deserved it more,’ Emery said after Arsenal’s victory over Standard Liege.‘He needs to continue working. Tomorrow we have training with the players who didn’t play, and on Sunday we have another match – and we are going to decide the same.‘Our target is to win on Sunday against Bournemouth and we want to carry on our same way in each match.’Should Arsenal sell Ozil?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your results Ozil is fighting for his future at Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Mesut Ozil is increasingly concerned he may be forced out of Arsenal, according to reports.Unai Emery has repeatedly overlooked the German playmaker this season and Ozil has made just two starts in all competitions.While Ozil is happy in London and does not want to move, the Mirror claim Emery is ready to cut his losses with the attacker.Emery has been left wholly unimpressed with Ozil’s attitude in training.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Ozil is failing to impress Emery in training (Picture: Getty)Ozil’s work rate in training and in games is Emery’s main concern and as a result the 30-year-old has struggled to even make it onto Arsenal’s bench.AdvertisementAdvertisementArsenal would like to offload Ozil in January, but his £350,000-a-week salary is set to be a major stumbling block in any transfer.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityThe Gunners, however, are prepared to pay part of Ozil’s wages should he move elsewhere in January.Ozil has been omitted from the last two Premier League matchday squads and has played just once in the league this season.With speculation mounting about a fall-out with Emery, the Arsenal boss explained at the start of this month why he continually snubbed Ozil. Arsenal boss Unai Emery left unimpressed with Mesut Ozil in training as transfer exit looms Coral BarryWednesday 9 Oct 2019 11:17 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link530Shares Advertisement
8-6/18 Lenneberg St, Southport. 8-6/18 Lenneberg St, Southport.The three-bedroom residences are fresh to the market this week with a price tag from $689,000.“Billy is a budgeting mastermind while I consider myself better at the design aspect,” Mr Gloftis said.He described Southport as bursting with potential.“It’s connected to The Southport School, Ferry Rd and the Broadwater so you’ve got all these fantastic points around the property,” he said. 8-6/18 Lenneberg St, Southport.They feature dramatic voids, high ceilings and stone and timber finishes.Matt Gates from Ray White Sanctuary Cove and Clare Brettel from Ray White Southport are marketing the ultra-modern property which is attracting investors. The ultra-modern apartment block at 8-6/18 Lenneberg St, Southport, and (right) developers Simon Gloftis and Billy Cross. Race Day for Magic Millions at Gold Coast Turf Club. Photo of (L-R) Simon Gloftis, Billy Cross. Pic by Richard GoslingMore from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North3 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa22 hours ago“My favourite part about the design is the airy feeling you get on the top level, you can almost see the Broadwater and the breeze comes right through.” The property at 18 Lenneberg St stands out from its ’90s-era neighbours. According to CoreLogic the Gold Coast personalities bought the property for $1.275 million last year.Mr Gloftis said it wasn’t his first project and he was excited to sink his teeth into more. He had the help of his builder brother Jason Gloftis with his latest project. 8-6/18 Lenneberg St, Southport.A LEADING Gold Coast restaurateur and a former Glitter Strip nightclub king may seem like unlikely developers but the pair have joined forces to build a stylish apartment block. Simon Gloftis, owner of Hellenika, partnered up with party king Billy Cross to build six townhouses at Southport. 8-6/18 Lenneberg St, Southport.The pair have now built 14 homes between Brisbane and the Gold Coast.“I love designing things and my brother Jason is a great builder so it is really handy having him,” Mr Gloftis said. “I am focused on my restaurant full time so I’ve trusted my brother to build something fantastic and he and I know his team at Gloffy Constructions know what they are doing. “Over the process he has called to ask if he can put this or that in and it has been expensive, but I would prefer we create a quality home.” The team has transformed the Southport property from tired old brick units into tri-level terrace homes.
Swiss Pensionskasse are demonstrating an appetite for infrastructure assets as they seek to diversify their alternatives exposure.Speaking at the Institutional Retirement and Investor Summit in Vienna last week, Roger Mohr, chief financial officer at the CHF300m (€245m) pension fund for the Swiss air rescue service Rega, said the fund was seeking further diversification for its alternatives portfolio via infrastructure debt.“Infrastructure debt allows us to skim the illiquidity premium and for our fund it does not matter if 20% to 30% of the portfolio is less liquid,” he said.The Pensionskasse currently invests 16% of its assets in alternatives, with an increasing share of that being out to work in infrastructure and private equity. “Our strategic allocation is 19% but not all our capital calls have been invested yet,” Mohr said.When Swiss government bonds turned negative, new investments were made in “alternatives in the fixed income segment”.Mohr said: “Back then those were insurance-linked securities and catastrophe bonds, but those have become quite expensive already, especially when hedged in [Swiss francs].”For the CHF12bn ASGA Pensionskasse in Switzerland, infrastructure was also the way forward to further diversify the alternatives portfolio, said Sergio Bortolin, CEO.“But we are struggling to find new investments at the right time, so we are using proxy investments with higher liquidity to be able to take out the money when necessary,” he said.After a strategic review of the alternatives segment – which makes up around 17% of the portfolio – the pension fund began reducing its exposure to hedge funds, as the performance expectations hedged to Swiss francs were no longer being fulfilled.“We are also switching from a fund-of-funds construct to an individual fund to have more access and control over the around 300 hedge funds we are investing in,” Bortolin added.However, for investors like Pensionskassen in Germany – which are a completely different construct compared to the pension funds of the same name in Switzerland – investing in alternatives is much more difficult.Andreas Hilka, board member at the €7.9bn German Hoechst Pensionskasse, cited regulation as a limiting factor: “There are very strict rules for German Pensionskassen like stress tests and a requirement to be fully funded at all times. This means we cannot be invested economically correctly at all times.”Referring to credit risks in the portfolio, such as investment grade and high yield bonds, Hilka said: “Those have generated a lot of performance over the last [few] years but now we would like to reduce the credit risk. However, based on our risk specifications there are no risk-adjusted alternatives.”Charlotte Klinnert, CFO at the €750m Pensionskasse for the German Red Cross, said the cost of alternatives was a limiting factor.“Complexity is an issue which renders some alternative investments unaffordable, they simply are not worth the effort,” she said.In addition, the Pensionskasse had a low capacity for risk, Klinnert said. The core portfolio of bonds, equity and real estate was balanced to match the fund’s risk profile, meaning that “alternative investments like infrastructure are no option for us”.
The latest land release at Foreshore Coomera is ahead of schedule.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours ago“The majority of our customers at Foreshore Coomera are from the southeast Queensland region however we continue to receive inquiries from interstate buyers as far as Victoria, who are drawn by the affordability of land coupled with the region’s laid-back waterside lifestyle.”Mr Laner said the masterplanned community was a hive of construction activity, with the first residents expected to move in before the end of the year. FORESHORE COOMERA: An artist’s impression of community lake activity.Interstate buyers from as far away as Victoria are eyeing blocks at Foreshore Coomera on the Gold Coast.Stage nine of the Stockland development was recently fast-tracked to meet demand, with 12 new blocks now available. SOUTHEAST QLD ROOFTOP TRENDS SUPERTOWER SALES OFF TO FLYING START NEW TOWER TO SOAR OVER BURLEIGH Stockland Residential Communities acting Queensland general manager David Laner said the latest land release at Foreshore Coomera was ahead of schedule.Mr Laner said the community was proving popular with local and interstate buyers seeking a home surrounded by nature but close to shops, schools and cafes. Bernard and Sue Inglis with their son Brandon Inglis and his girlfriend Bo Sirilak Panjarak, at their Foreshore Coomera block of land.Future residents Sue and Bernard Inglis, who will move from Springbrook acreage, have been searching for an opportunity to downsize since 2014. >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<< “We’ve been looking for the right home for many years and coming from Springbrook, we really loved the idea of being close to the conservation reserve, the parks, the river and the jetty,” Ms Inglis said. “The property we’re on now is just too much work.” Foreshore Coomera offers opportunities to enjoy sailing, kayaking and fishing, along with trails for walking and cycling.Foreshore Coomera is 26km from the Gold Coast CBD, a short drive to the Coomera train station and within easy access to the M1.Land prices start from $309,900 for 350sq m.
Norwegian energy giant Statoil will hold a general meeting on Tuesday, May 15, where its shareholders will vote on the proposal to change the company’s name, from Statoil ASA to Equinor ASA.The company on Monday said it expected to implement the name change from (and including) May 16, 2018. This also means that Tuesday, May 15, 2018, is expected to be the last day of trading on Oslo Børs under the ticker “STL”. From 16 May 2018 (inclusive), the Company’s shares are expected to trade on Oslo Børs under the new ticker “EQNR”.“The change of name and subsequent implementation and change of ticker on Oslo Børs is subject to the AGM’s approval of the name change and formal registration in the Norwegian register of business enterprises (Foretaksregisteret). Based on statements made in support of the name change by the company’s majority owner, the company expects the AGM to approve the proposal to change the company’s name to Equinor ASA,” Statoil said.Subject to the AGM’s approval of the name change and subsequent implementation, the new ticker “EQNR” is also expected to be implemented for the Company’s American Deposit Rights (ADRs) traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). The exact date of change of ticker on NYSE will be announced separately, however, implementation of the new ticker on NYSE will take place on 17 May 2018 at the earliest.Statoil said the name Equinor was formed by combining “equi”, the starting point for words like equal, equality and equilibrium, and “nor” signalling a company proud of its Norwegian origin, and who wants to use this actively in its positioning.Providing rationale for the proposed name change, chair of the board in Statoil, Jon Erik Reinhardsen said in March: “The world is changing, and so is Statoil. The biggest transition our modern-day energy systems have ever seen is underway, and we aim to be at the forefront of this development. Our strategy remains firm. The name Equinor reflects ongoing changes and supports the always safe, high value and low carbon strategy we outlined last year,”
Margaret J. Land, of Sunman was born on February 10, 1928 in Vevay, Indiana, a daughter to Holman and Nellie Rider Land. She married Donald Land and he preceded her in death on January 17, 2008. Margaret worked at U.S. Shoe Factory in Osgood for over 25 years. She enjoyed sewing, quilting, gardening, and growing flowers. Margaret loved spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren and her four-legged pals. On Saturday, June 1, 2019 at the age of 91, she passed away at Our Hospice in Columbus, Indiana.Those surviving who will cherish Margaret’s memory include her daughters, Donna Land of Sunman, Mary Ann Wright and Caroline Bohlke, both of Milan; seven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren; one sister, Emily Givens of Aurora, and several nieces and nephews. Besides her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by a son, Clifford W. Land, and brothers, Elmer, Luther, William and Maurice Land.Private services will be held at the convenience of the family and burial will follow in St. Paul Cemetery.Memorial donations can be directed to PAWS in Lawrenceburg, 200 Charles A. Liddle Drive, Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Margaret J. Land.
Belgium defender Nicolas Lombaerts insists a failed medical was not behind the collapse of his proposed move to Sunderland. Lombaerts told www.sporza.be: “I’ve made the choice not to move to Sunderland. The story of the medical testing is not right.” Sunderland, as is their policy on transfers, have not commented on the situation, although sources close to the club have confirmed the breakdown in talks. Meanwhile, the Black Cats are hopeful of concluding an £8million swoop for Dynamo Kiev’s Holland international midfielder Jeremain Lens after he headed for Wearside on Wednesday. Lens, who watched his club’s 2-0 Ukrainian Super Cup defeat by Shakhtar Donetsk in Odessa on Tuesday evening, tweeted a photograph of himself about to board a plane on Wednesday morning. The Zenit St Petersburg player is understood to have been on Wearside on Tuesday, and rumours later began to circulate that the deal had been shelved because of an issue picked up by medics. However, the 30-year-old is adamant that it was his decision to pull the plug on a £5million transfer. Press Association
“We have quite an experienced squad with such as Liam Finn, Bob Beswick and Scott Grix all involved and we only have three uncapped players in Gareth Gill, Oli Roberts and Joe Keyes, so we are pretty settled.” Ireland open their campaign with a game against France in Albi on October 17 before playing Scotland in Galashiels and then ending the campaign at home to Wales in their new home at Bray. Ireland squad: G Gill (Ballynahinch), E Cosgrove, S Hesketh (Batley), J Mendeika (Bradford), S Grix, O Roberts (both Huddersfield), L Finn (Castleford), L Ambler, B Johnston (Halifax), G McNally, B Beswick (both Leigh), J Keyes (London Broncos), C Dunne (Longhorns RL), W Hope (Oldham), G O’Keeffe (Oxford), B Hargreaves, D Bridge, M Hadden (all Rochdale), C Mulkeen (Gloucester All Golds), D Allen (Whitehaven), C Roche (York). Ireland coach Mark Aston has included eight members of his 2013 World Cup team in his 21-man squad for the 2015 European Championship. Castleford half-back Liam Finn and Huddersfield full-back Scott Grix are among those returning after missing last year’s event through injury while London Broncos half-back Joe Keyes gets his first call. “It’s great to have a number of players back in the squad,” said Aston. “We were very unlucky last year to lose out in the Euros on points difference and will be looking to put that right in this year’s competition. Press Association
A Central Florida man has been arrested after he called the police to report that he found a dead body all because he needed a ride home.46-year-old Jermaine Williams was arrested early Friday at the McDonald’s on 5th Street in Winter Haven.Authorities say when they arrived to the establishment, they did not find a dead body, however, they did find Williams sitting on a curb and waiting for them. Williams then confessed that he made the call because he needed a ride home.It was later discovered that Williams called authorities several times that night to request a ride home before falsely reporting a body.He has been arrested and charged with misuse of 911. He is currently being held at the Polk County Jail.