Unanimously adopting a resolution on the format and organization of its work from late June through mid-September, the Assembly agreed that a High-Level Millennium review would be held from 14 to 16 September, and include the same format of debates and roundtable discussions of the 2000 Millennium Summit. At that meeting four years ago, world leaders adopted the Millennium Declaration that provided a blueprint to build a better and safer world for the next century through collective security and a global partnership for development. The MDGs themselves aim at a series of ambitious targets, ranging from halving extreme poverty, to halting the spread of HIV/AIDS, to providing universal primary education, all by 2015. Secretary-General Kofi Annan said in a report last month unveiling his ideas for the five-year review summit that the decisions to be taken at the meeting “may determine the whole future of the United Nations.” He added: “Even more important, they will offer us our best – perhaps our only – chance to ensure a safer, more just and more prosperous world in the new century, not only for our own sakes but for those of our children and grandchildren.” The Assembly also decided to hold a High-level Dialogue on Financing for Development as a follow-up to the 2002 UN International Conference on Financing for Development, which was held in Monterrey, Mexico. The session would convene from 27 and 28 June 2005 in New York immediately prior to the ministerial segment of the 2005 substantive session of the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) in order for the Dialogue’s recommendations to be considered during the preparatory process for the Millennium review. For its sixtieth session, the Assembly scheduled its traditional general debate – which attracts heads of State and government from across the planet – for 17 September to 23 September, and 26 September to 28 September 2005 on the understanding that those arrangements in no way created a precedent for future sessions.
Cogeco reports ‘solid’ 2014 financial results MONTREAL – Cogeco Cable Inc (TSX:CCA) is reporting an increase in profits for its 2014 fiscal year.The Montreal based company says it turned in earnings of $209.4 million for the fiscal year ended Aug. 31 compared to $184.9 million for fiscal 2013.The profit figures are after interest, taxes depreciation and amortization were factored in.Cogeco says its revenue for its fourth quarter was up by 4.2 per cent or $19.8 million and 15.1 per cent or $255.1 million for the overall fiscal year.Cogeco President and CEO Louis Audit says describes the financial performance as solid and attributes it to effective cost control and organic growth in its Canadian and American cable businesses and its data services.Cogeco Cable is the 11th largest cable operator in North America offering services in Quebec and Ontario as well as Western Pennsylvania, South Florida, Maryland/Delaware and South Carolina. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Canadian Press Posted Nov 1, 2014 3:22 pm MDT
Rhein Neckar Lowen Rhein Neckar Lowen celebrate the first ever DHB Cup trophy! The reigning champions of DKB Bundesliga beat TSV Hannover Burgdorf 30:26 (13:11) at the final clash in Hamburg, where 13.200 fans witnessed Nikolaj Jacobsen’s team domination.Rhein-Neckar Löwen – TSV Hannover-Burgdorf 30:26 (13:11)Löwen: Palicka, Appelgren; Tollbring, Sigurdsson (1), Groetzki (6), Radivojevic, Schmid (8), Pekeler (2), Bliznac, Petersson (5), Reinkind (1), Mensah (5), Taleski, Baena, Ekdahl Du Rietz (2)Hannover: Semisch, Ziemer; Mortensen (1), Pevnov (5), Häfner (6), Böhm (1), Olsen (1), Brozovic (1), Christophersen, Kastening (6), Lehnhoff, Thiele, Johannsen, Patrail (5), Atman, KarasonGerman Cup Finals between 2000 and 20182000 THW Kiel 30:25 (OT) SG Flensburg-Handewitt2001 VfL Bad Schwartau 30:23 HSG D/M Wetzlar2002 TBV Lemgo 25:23 SC Magdeburg2003 SG Flensburg-Handewitt 31:30 (OT) TuSEM Essen2004 SG Flensburg-Handewitt 29:23 HSV Hamburg2005 SG Flensburg-Handewitt 33:31 THW Kiel2006 HSV Hamburg 26:25 Rhein-Neckar Löwen2007 THW Kiel 33:31 Rhein-Neckar Löwen2008 THW Kiel 32:29 HSV Hamburg2009 THW Kiel 30:24 VfL Gummersbach2010 HSV Hamburg 34:33 (OT) Rhein-Neckar Löwen2011 THW Kiel 30:24 SG Flensburg-Handewitt2012 THW Kiel 33:31 SG Flensburg-Handewitt2013 THW Kiel 33:30 SG Flensburg-Handewitt2014 Füchse Berlin 22:21 SG Flensburg-Handewitt2015 SG Flensburg-Handewitt 27:27, 5:4 (PS) SC Magdeburg2016 SC Magdeburg 32:30 SG Flensburg-Handewitt2017 THW Kiel 29:23 SG Flensburg-Handewitt2018 Rhein-Neckar Löwen 30:26 TSV Hannover-Burgdorf ← Previous Story 6.000 FANS IN MADRID: FC Barcelona win Copa Del Rey 2018 Next Story → Vote for World Young Female Handball Player 2017/2018 until May 21!