‘Got input’ on fishing, hunting and trapping regulations?

first_imgInput and ideas can also be mailed to: The form — “Got INput?” — not only allows you to comment on ideas from the DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife, but also allows you to propose your own ideas on any fishing, hunting or trapping topic. DNR Division of Fish & WildlifeAttn: Got INput402 W. Washington St., Room W273Indianapolis, IN 46204After Nov. 2, DNR staff will evaluate all comments and determine which ideas to forward for consideration by the Natural Resources Commission. Got INput users must register with a username and a password. Indianapolis, In. — The DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife wants to hear your ideas on fishing, hunting, trapping and other fish-and-wildlife-related regulations in Indiana, including special permits.Through Nov. 1, you can use a convenient online form to contribute ideas and provide input on issues the DNR has identified for consideration.The form is at: on.IN.gov/gotinputlast_img read more

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Grosvenor improvements see Rank delivering on Transformation agenda

first_img Rank outlines plans to reopen Grosvenor venues July 22, 2020 Rank Group extends support for Carers Trust July 28, 2020 Submit Share Publishing its Q3 2018/19 trading update (quarter period ending 31 March), the governance of London-listed gambling group Rank Group Plc details that its transformation programme is delivering on ‘expected cost savings’.Reflecting previous trading updates, Rank details that it has recorded improved digital revenues (+2%), whilst its venue like-for-like revenues remain flat.Nevertheless, the UK gambling group reports an improvement for its ‘Grosvenor venues’ which has stopped its like-for-like declines recorded in the first two-quarters of 2018/19.For Grosvenor venues, Rank details that ‘strong London trading in the quarter was offset by a disappointing provincial performance’.Meanwhile, Rank’s ‘Mecca venues’ like-for-like revenue was down 1% in the quarter, with the company detailing that ‘lower customer visits partially offset by higher spend per visit’.Rank maintains a positive momentum with regards to its digital division (+2%), reporting that ‘Grosvenor digital’ grew GGR 6% in the quarter with net gaming revenue (‘NGR’) up 15% following targeted action to manage bonus expenditure more efficiently.Further online growth saw ‘Mecca digital’ NGR up10% in the quarter on flat GGR.Rank’s digital division is yet to incorporate the like-for-like comparatives of Spanish online gaming site YoBingo (acquired May 2018), with Rank detailing that the asset’s performance is in-line with expectations.Concluding its update, Rank governance declares that expectations for the full year remain unchanged. John O’Reilly – Erratic orders have placed UK casinos on life support August 4, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon Sharelast_img read more

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