December 26, 2019 Find out more Forum on Information and Democracy 250 recommendations on how to stop “infodemics” Reporters Without Borders is a partner in the online Open Media Summit organized by Deutsche Welle as part of anti-censorship week from 3 to 9 December in Tunis. Organisation TunisiaMiddle East – North Africa News Eleven organizations from civil society create the Forum on Information & Democracy, a structural response to information disorder Receive email alerts RSF_en News Follow the news on Tunisia News December 3, 2012 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Reporters Without Borders, a partner in the Open Media summit organized by Deutsche Welle Read in Arabic November 11, 2020 Find out more Tunisia : RSF asks Tunisian president’s office to respect journalists The Open Media Summit is available in English and Arabic and provides interactive learning in the form of a massive open online course (MOOC) on a variety of journalism-related topics, on how to analyze online sources and how to combat censorship. Using content contributed by journalists, netizens and organizations, it provides online resources throughout the week on how to get around censorship and surf the Web safely.Internet users will be able to take part in the next session of the Open Media Summit, entitled “Staying online: coping with censorship and online interference”, on Thursday 6 December at 5 pm, which will be run by Moez Chakchouk, chief executive of the Tunisian Internet Agency, and Grégoire Pouget, Reporters Without Borders’ project leader on online censorship. The session will take place in English and will be streamed live at http://specials.dw.de/oms-en/ to go further Help by sharing this information News TunisiaMiddle East – North Africa November 12, 2019 Find out more
Townsville is finally on the road to recovery after several years of struggle.THIS week saw a few major milestones for Townsville’s property market materialise after years of desperate struggle. The latest figures from property data provider CoreLogic shows median house values grew 3 per cent over the past 12 months, while the city’s median unit price grew a whopping 11.7 per cent in value.MORE NEWS Double-digit surge in unit values Spring housing boom predicted Since the data was released, I’ve been inundated with questions from media outlets and members of the public inquiring about the apparently surprising or unexpected results. The clincher is these results are nothing but they’re long overdue as well as a natural follow up to the first market increases in residential house prices during the March 2020 quarter.So, what do these statistics mean for buyers and sellers right now? As a buyer, Townsville continues to be one of the best-value offerings across Australia with an incredibly low buy-in price at an average of $230,000 for units and $309,000 for houses. More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020REIQ Townsville Zone Chair Ben KingsberryThis offers rental returns of about 6 per cent gross. These are figures the rest of Australia is finally beginning to take notice of. The attractive figures combined with the allure of record-low interest rates has led to an increased number of out-of-town investors beginning to enter the market.This means recovery is just around the corner, and your chance to secure your dream property at today’s prices is really on borrowed time. The question now is how long will the lingering effects of COVID-19 keep a lid on the pre-loaded growth that’s inevitable? Remember, once the recovery hits, competition will spike and the power to negotiate will swing back to the seller.Speaking of which, for sellers I believe growth is inevitable and somewhere around the corner.Again, the only question is when? My advice to sellers is this, if you’re in the market as a long-term investor with no intention to sell in coming years, hold on to your property because growth is likely to come. If you’re approaching the decision to sell in the next 12-24 months, it’s a great idea to speak to an REIQ-accredited agent about going to market soon while activity and positivity remains high. If you’re three to five years away from making a decision, all bets are off and your guess may be just as good as mine.
Published on February 1, 2014 at 4:56 pm David Wilson: Syracuse 71, Duke 67Heaven or hell A win would bring eternal jubilation, while a loss would ruin everyone’s life. Or something like that. The Orange may finally meet its match, but with Jerami Grant, C.J. Fair and Tyler Ennis, SU has the better variety of offensive weapons. Jabari Parker and Rodney Hood are great, but the Blue Devils will need someone else to have a big game to win.Stephen Bailey: Syracuse 65, Duke 63Devil dodgeSyracuse narrowly edges the Blue Devils in the first of two matchups this season. Tyler Ennis has been too good at the end of games lately, and once the Orange 2-3 adjusts to Duke’s shooters in the second half, the Blue Devils will be in trouble. Trevor Hass: Duke 65, Syracuse 60Blue ballsI think this is the only game Syracuse loses all season – except for maybe Pitt on the road. Last year against Georgetown, with the stakes just as high, SU faltered and couldn’t hit a shot. I think a similar storyline will unfold on Saturday. The best way to beat Syracuse is to hit 3 after 3, and Jabari Parker and Rodney Hood are capable of doing just that. Mike Krzyzewski’s familiarity with Jim Boeheim’s zone will also help the Blue Devils considerably. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
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