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Because we’re offering a full 33% off your first year of membership to our flagship share-tipping service, backed by our ‘no quibbles’ 30-day subscription fee refund guarantee. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I would like to receive emails from you about product information and offers from The Fool and its business partners. Each of these emails will provide a link to unsubscribe from future emails. More information about how The Fool collects, stores, and handles personal data is available in its Privacy Statement. Buying defensive shares is one of the key fail-safe tactics for investing in uncertain times. If we as investors may have been unconvinced of this in the past, the latest stock market crash and the time since has been a good reminder of defensives’ merit. Not only have many of them sustained performance, they have also seen impressive share price increases, making them among the best UK shares to hold in our portfolios now.The reason for their attractiveness isn’t hard to understand. Their share prices tend to be less volatile than their cyclical counterparts because their revenues are dependable even in recessions. On the downside this means that they don’t tend to show the superlative returns that cyclicals might during booms. But over time, they may still turn out to be clear winners. And we at the Motley Fool like stocks that will make gains for investors over time. These are also some of the best UK shares to buy for investors with low-risk thresholds. 5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Best UK shares to buyOne of these defensive shares is the FTSE 100-listed Halma, which provides life-saving technologies. These include environmental protection technologies, medical devices, and safety equipment like security sensors and fire detection. It’s in a financially strong place that ensured it doesn’t have to draw on the government’s financing facility. It expects profits to shrink this year, but this is an exceptional year. I think Halma will ride out the year relatively unscathed. It has a high earnings ratio of 46 times, but I think that’s the price today for a safe, growing, and dividend-paying stock. In other words, it’s the price for one of the best UK shares around today.Spirax Sarco Engineering is another FTSE 100 stock whose recent share price movements bear no recollection of the stock market crash. On the contrary, it’s near all-time highs. Despite some softening in its financials recently, it’s obvious why investors like SPX. In its recent update, SPX pointed to potential revenue stability. There are two reasons for this. One, its customers pay for its services with their operating budgets rather than their capital ones. So even if investments take a hit in the recession, the company isn’t impacted. Two, its revenues are from sectors less impacted by Covid-19. For this reason alone, I think it would be one of the best UK shares to buy today.The FTSE 100 speciality chemicals company Croda International is also one of the best UK shares to buy for reasons similar to HLMA and SPX. Its share price too is around all-time highs as investors flock to safer stocks. It too boasts of robust financials. It has also recently completed an acquisition that’s expected to enhance its R&D capabilities. The takeawayAll these stocks are comparatively pricey, but as some of the best UK shares around I’d be better hedged when I buy them and be assured capital gains. If you are still unconvinced, I’ll leave you with these alternative investment ideas as well. Image source: Getty Images.
The operations of Face2Face Ireland show the company lost ‚€210,757 in its first full year trading in Ireland. The figures for 2004 show, however, that the British branch of Face2Face made a profit of £367,906. The other major street collections agency in Ireland, Gift Fundraising, does not file accounts in Ireland but its British based parent company made a pre-tax profit of £1.54 million to March 31st, 2005. Collectors working for Gift Ireland are paid ‚€11.69 an hour, while those employed by Face3Face are paid ‚€9.25 in Dublin and ‚€8.42 an hour outside the city.Neither company or the charities they work for were prepared to tell to a national newspaper recently what commission was paid but the street collections were defended as a cost effective way to raise money. The newspaper revealed that in the UK the commission earned per donor was around ‚€104. Advertisement The concept of face to face sign up of direct debits continues to attract controversy, with the Irish Labour Party spokesman on community affairs recently expressing concern about using professional fundraisers. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Ireland Street collections company posts loss About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Howard Lake | 2 January 2007 | News 17 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
Young communists in Kiev carry photos of Komsomol resistance fighters executed by Nazis in occupied Ukraine 71 years before, on Feb. 8, 1943.The Communist Party of Ukraine reported that more than 1,000 people joined the anti-fascist march in Kiev on Feb. 8.“Most were young people who oppose the attempts to seize power by the neo-Nazi groups that have settled in the center of Kiev and captured the regional administration in Western Ukraine.”The CPU reported that communists, their youth organization and others marched “under red banners with anti-fascist slogans and chants as they marched along central avenue Lenin to October Square.”CPU Member of Parliament Alexander Zubchevsky spoke to the crowd, noting that “exactly 71 years ago the Nazis executed members of the Komsomol [Communist Youth League] underground organization Young Guard.”“Even the nightmare of our grandparents,” Zubchevsky continued, “who defended the country from invaders arms in hand, could not imagine that in 2014 a rematch of the fascist threat in Ukraine would become a reality, in a country that suffered the most from the Nazis during World War II.”The demonstrators burned an effigy of Stepan Bandera, the idol of the nationalists and fascists, along with flags of the pro-fascist Svoboda organization that has been playing an ever greater role in the pro-European Union and pro-U.S. demonstrations in the Maidan, the main square in Kiev.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
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Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Community News NASA science and technology is helping us all live more sustainably on our home planet and adapt to natural and human-caused changes. Credits: NASAAs the world observes the 50th anniversary of Earth Day on Wednesday, April 22, NASA is highlighting the agency’s many contributions to sustaining and improving our home planet’s environment with a week of online events, stories and resources.NASA’s investment in space – both the unique Earth science we conduct from orbit and the technology we’ve developed by living in space and exploring our solar system and universe – is returning benefits every day to people around the world, particularly those who are working on environmental issues. From documenting Earth’s changing climate to creating green technologies to save energy and natural resources, NASA is helping us all live more sustainably on our home planet and adapt to natural and human-caused changes.Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, no in-person NASA activities are planned for Earth Day. However, NASA is bringing people together virtually for Earth Day with new online content, programming and activities, including an extensive array of at-home projects in the #EarthDayAtHome collection, which debuts Thursday, April 16.NASA’s observation of the Earth Day golden anniversary began on March 3 with a “50-Day Countdown” of daily social media posts highlighting many of the agency’s Earth images and environmental projects. All of these posts are available on a blog updated daily on NASA’s Earth Day website, which also includes a toolkit of activities for students and families. New content will be posted to the site beginning Monday, April 13. The NASA Earth Facebook account and @NASAEarth on Twitter and Instagram also will have special content through Earth Day.Highlights of NASA Earth Day content and activities over the next two weeks:Monday, April 13NASA’s Curious Universe podcast- From the sights and sounds of the Amazon rainforest, where scientists study how this massive ecosystem is changing, to Los Angeles, where Annmarie Eldering – a scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory – found her calling to study air pollution, this episode takes listeners on a tour of the many ways the agency observes and studies our home planet.Wednesday, April 15Make Your Own Satellite View of Earth – Explore 20 years of satellite views of our home planet in NASA’s online data archive and create your own Earth Day snapshot or animated GIF with the NASA Worldview data visualization application. An easy-to-use map interface lets you explore this global archive to see hurricanes forming, wildfires spreading, icebergs drifting and more. A special Earth Day gallery of images will be available on April 15 for inspiration along with a tutorial to help you use Worldview to create your own Earth Day images.Thursday, April 16NASA’s Earth Day at Home – Although people around the world are socially distancing, NASA is creating an opportunity to observe Earth Day virtually with the #EarthDayAtHome collection of new and curated activities and information that debuts on Thursday, April 16 on nasa.gov/earthday. The collection includes at-home science activities, videos from Earth and space, downloadable posters, social media engagement and more. Many resources will be available in both English and Spanish. Everyone is encouraged to share images of what they did to observe Earth Day using the hashtag #EarthDayAtHome.Lecture: “How NASA Observes Earth from Air and Orbit” – NASA’s JPL will host a livestream of its monthly von Kármán lecture on how NASA monitors global change from space and from closer to the ground, with aircraft, boats and buoys. This webcast will be conducted via video conference, with speakers joining remotely from home. Watch live at 7 p.m. PST (10 p.m. EST) via YouTube and submit your questions via the chat feature.Wednesday, April 22“NASA Science Live” broadcast – The Earth Day episode will feature experts from around the agency talking about how NASA science and technology are used to understand and improve our environment. The half-hour program will explore important discoveries about our home planet, advances in green technology and aircraft, and a new interactive app to let anyone at home help NASA map coral reefs around the world. The program airs at 12 p.m. PST (3 p.m. EST) on NASA TV, YouTube Premiere, Facebook Watch Party, Periscope/Twitter and Ustream.Earth Science Video Talks – NASA Earth science experts have recorded a series of short videos on a wide range of topics, from scientific advances since the first Earth Day to research expeditions in the air and on the ground. The series will be posted in a playlist on NASA’s Science Mission Directorate YouTube channel.Live Q&A with Astronaut Chris Cassidy – NASA’s Chris Cassidy, who just arrived at the International Space Station on April 9, will answer questions submitted by social media users wanting to know more about his spaceflight experience and his views of our home planet from 250 miles above. Viewers can tune in to NASA TV starting at 9:10 a.m. PST (12:10 p.m. EST) to see questions answered live from the orbiting laboratory.Tumblr Answer Time: NASA Earth Science – In collaboration with Tumblr, Sandra Cauffman, acting director of NASA’s Earth Science Division, and Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, will go live on NASA’s blog to answer questions submitted by followers about how the agency uses space to protect and sustain our home planet. Users across Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr will be able to submit questions starting Monday, April 13. The two experts will engage directly with users by recording video answers from their homes for the agency’s first-ever Answer Time hosted by NASA science leadership. Videos will be released from 10-11 a.m. PST (1-2 p.m. EST) on NASA’s Tumblr blog.Instagram Takeover with Astronaut Jessica Meir – In a collaboration with Instagram, NASA’s Jessica Meir created a series of short videos from the International Space Station about the science done on the station and how it relates back to Earth. The videos will be released from Instagram on Earth Day while NASA social media accounts share related content. Instagram will also feature a love letter to Earth from space written by Meir while on board the station.Learn more about NASA’s Earth science programs at https://www.nasa.gov/earth Science and Technology NASA Marks Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary with #EarthDayAtHome From podcasts to live Q&A sessions to image galleries, the agency offers an entire world of ways to celebrate and learn more about our home planet. 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Sign up for DS News Daily Related Articles Subscribe in Daily Dose, Featured, News November 2, 2018 1,328 Views Scott Morgan is a multi-award-winning journalist and editor based out of Texas. During his 11 years as a newspaper journalist, he wrote more than 4,000 published pieces. He’s been recognized for his work since 2001, and his creative writing continues to win acclaim from readers and fellow writers alike. He is also a creative writing teacher and the author of several books, from short fiction to written works about writing. A report examined the state of the economy and how the housing market is faring. A government-sponsored enterprise (GSE) completing a decade under conservatorship announced its Q3 results. And a large bank moved toward settling mortgages under the direction of the Department of Justice. These are three of the top stories making the news this Friday. Here’s what you should be keeping tabs on as the nation goes to vote for the mid-term elections on November 6:The Case for a Strong EconomyThe Bureau of Labor Statistics released the jobs data for October on Friday, indicating that while unemployment remained low, wages saw an annual increase of 3.1 percent from the same period last year.”The updated information released today suggests that the labor market remains strong and inflation remains manageable, supporting our call that the Fed will raise its key policy rate in December,” said Doug Duncan, Chief Economist at Fannie Mae. “Meanwhile, the housing sector also registered job gains this month, but the stronger growth in average hourly earnings relative to the private sector overall suggests that labor availability remains a challenge.”According to Tendayi Kapfidze, Chief Economist, LendingTree, the low labor force participation rate has been holding wages back “so it will be important to see if this uptick is sustained since the year-over-year growth may have been biased upwards by a weak number in October 2017.”Rising wages have affected home buying too, according to Mark Fleming, Chief Economist at First American. “If household income had not increased compared with a year ago, rising mortgage rates, which jumped from 3.9 to 4.8 percent over the last year, would have reduced consumer house-buying power by $38,000,” Fleming said. “Rising household income mitigated the impact of higher cost mortgages by $11,000.”Business Fundamentals at Fannie MaeFannie Mae turned a profit in the third quarter and expects to pay $4 billion in dividends to the U.S. Treasury, according to the GSE’s Q3 financial statement, released Friday.Net revenues for the quarter were $5.37 billion. That’s up from $5.27 billion in Q3 of 2017. Pre-tax income was $5 billion. After-tax net income and total comprehensive income for the quarter were both $4 billion, up from $3 billion a year ago. The GSE posted a Q3 value of $7 billion.What all this means for shareholders is a net income of $36 million or $0.01 per share. That compares to last year’s Q3 net loss of $25 million.Fannie’s interim CEO, Hugh Frater, said Q3’s results show a positive forward momentum. “We are focused on serving our customers, helping them navigate market headwinds, and enabling a mortgage process that is better, faster, cheaper, and safer,” Frater said. “That means we have a responsibility to innovate while maintaining our strong commitment to safety, soundness, and stewardship on behalf of taxpayers.”According to the report, the GSE provided $122 billion in liquidity to the single-family mortgage market in the third quarter. It estimated its market share of new single-family mortgage-related securities issuances was 40 percent.Goldman Sachs Moves Closer to Consumer ReliefGoldman Sachs, forgiving principal on 746 loans, is steadily moving closer towards fulfilling its $1.8 billion consumer-relief obligation under its two April 11, 2016, mortgage-related settlement agreements with the U.S. Department of Justice and three states, according to an announcement by Eric D. Green in his ninth report as independent Monitor of the consumer-relief portions of the agreements.Since Green’s previous report on August 1, 2018, Goldman Sachs has forgiven a total of $78,678,617 in principal on 746 first-lien mortgages, for average principal forgiveness of $105,467 per loan and total reportable credit of $79,272,978after the application of appropriate crediting calculations and multipliers. The bank has now modified a total of 10,671 mortgages.The modified mortgages are spread across 42 states and the District of Columbia, with 32 percent of the credit located in the settling states of New York, Illinois, and California, and 47 percent of the credit located in Hardest Hit Areas, or census tracts identified by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development as containing large concentrations of distressed properties and foreclosure activities.”I am pleased to be able to confirm that Goldman Sachs continues to make steady progress toward meeting its obligation to provide Consumer Relief valued at $1.8 billion,” Green said. 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WhatsApp A Donegal member of the Garda Representative Association says rural Garda Stations are vital despite an Assistant Garda Commissioner stating otherwise.Yesterday, Assistamt Commissioner Michael O’Sullivan defended the closure of some stations, saying in some cases they don’t provide the best coverage despite them being a comfort for the public.The GRA’s representative for Donegal Garda Brendan O’Connor strongly disagrees with the Assistant Commissioners comments.He says rural Garda Stations play an integral role in enhancing the policing service……………Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/brendanocon.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Twitter Pinterest Google+ Pinterest Google+ WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal GRA reject Assistant Commissioner’s station closure comments Facebook Previous articleMac Lochlainn says Seanad may hold key to resolving bin charge controversyNext articleMickey Harte doesn’t mind being favourites but knows Cavan have improved admin Homepage BannerNews 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Facebook By admin – June 17, 2016 Twitter 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire
Twitter DL Debate – 24/05/21 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Homepage BannerNews Previous articleMan arrested after stinger is used to stop car near MuffNext articleHigh level discussions sought to progress Magee Medical School News Highland Google+ Funding confirmed for Riverine project As expected, almost €9 million has been confirmed to progress the Riverine project, which will see the construction of a 30 acre cross border park on the banks of the Foyle between Strabane and Lifford.Funding has come through Peace 4, with matching funding from both governments.Donegal County Council is lead partner in the project, with Rural Development Minister Michael Ring pledging that the the Irish Government will work with all parties to ensure delivery of this essential shared space.*********************************Press Release in full -€8.96 million of EU PEACE IV funding has been offered for a new shared space project that will reach across Lifford and Strabane. Called ‘Riverine,’ the project will create thirty acres of new cross-border community park space and infrastructure, designed to help bring people together. Highlighting the impact that the project will make Tracy Meharg, Permanent Secretary for the Department for Communities said: “The Riverine project provides a great opportunity to further our ambitions for a shared, welcoming and confident society that respects diversity. I am pleased that the communities of the Strabane and Lifford areas are to benefit from this investment in creating a space that will be shared and open to all. I am confident it will be a resource to be enjoyed for generations to come”.Representing the Lead Partner Cllr. Nicholas Crossan, Cathaoirleach of Donegal County Council said: “This is an iconic project with the potential to create a unique and transformational cross-border shared space that will see communities in Lifford, Strabane and the wider hinterlands coming together to deliver a project that will not only capture their imagination and inspire action but will act as a symbol of peace and reconciliation for generations to come. One of the most obvious effects of the conflict or troubles is the high level of social segregation which still exists right across the region. Many people only feel comfortable living and mixing within their own communities. While there is no doubt the conflict or troubles has had an impact on the Lifford and Strabane area in terms of social segregation, the PEACE IV funded ‘Riverine’ project, led by Donegal County Council, has the potential to positively encourage communities from different religions, cultures and social backgrounds to form positive friendships and get involved in inclusive integration.The ‘Riverine’ project will encompass a number of unique elements all designed to encourage greater levels of positive cross-community contact. These elements will include: a pavilion building (for various cultural and heritage events); outdoor wetland and park space (for recreation and environmental education activities); a family fun space (comprising of a toddler and junior adventure play area); cross-border pathways and greenways (to accommodate leisure and recreation activities); and a newly constructed pedestrian footbridge (that will symbolically connect the space across the River Foyle).Match-funding for the project has been provided by the Department for Communities in Northern Ireland and the Department of Rural and Community Development in Ireland.Welcoming the project Gina McIntyre, CEO of the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB), which manages the PEACE IV Programme, said: “This is one of a number of shared space projects that are currently being funded under the PEACE IV Programme. Each project is designed to help people understand that they have much more in common than that which keeps them apart. This is one of the core goals of the programme as it helps people to overcome some of the prejudices that they may hold of the ‘other’ community. Facebook WhatsApp Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Facebook Twitter “By creating a shared space which citizens can enjoy together, irrespective of their background, the project will help them to gain a better understanding of what life is like for someone of a different religion or culture, and in so doing will help to create a more cohesive society,” she continued.After its construction, the project will deliver upon a number of different programming activities to maximise its usage from both the local Protestant and Catholic communities, on both sides of the border. This activity will include a community heritage engagement programme, a culture and peace activity trail, a creative arts programme and a shared spaceconnections project. The ‘Riverine’ project also represents a strong working partnership between Donegal County Council and Derry City and Strabane District Council. Both will be involved in its construction, delivery and maintenance going forward.Outlining the importance of the project Michael Ring T.D. the Minister for Rural and Community Development, said: “I want to congratulate both Donegal County Council and Derry City and Strabane District Council on their achievements, I am pleased to see the two councils working together for the benefit of the wider community in creating thirty acres of new community park space, incorporating indoor and outdoor recreational features. The awarding of this PEACE IV funding is a major boost for the area and is a testament to the hard work and dedication of everyone involved in the application process. I am delighted that my Department is an Accountable Department for this funding and we will work with all parties to ensure delivery of this essential shared space.” Pinterest Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Pinterest Harps come back to win in Waterford By News Highland – June 14, 2019 “The Riverine project is a multifaceted development and will deliver a unique blend of shared indoor and outdoor space linked by a cross-border pedestrian and cycle bridge enhancing the physical connection between these border communities. Leading the delivery of this iconic project, that has the potential to transform and profoundly impact the lives of the people living in these border communities, demonstrates the Councils commitment to driving forward the shared vision for prosperous, healthy and inclusive communities.”Derry City and Strabane District Council’s Mayor Cllr Michaela Boyle said the announcement was transformational for the cross-border area with the potential to enhance the profile of Strabane and Lifford as an attractive cross-border shared space for everyone to enjoy. She commented: “The Riverine project is a real catalyst for transformation in terms of its potential as a regionally significant and iconic destination to connect it with major planned regional cross-border greenway infrastructure and the potential it has to impact positively on the landscape in Strabane and Lifford. Google+ “This multi-million pound, cross-border project will see the development of an iconic and regionally significant, shared space parkland facility that will bridge the east and west banks of the River Foyle between the towns of Strabane and Lifford. Not only will it provide us much needed community facilities and shared green space but it will further strengthen our existing close cross-border links and enhance the relationship between the two towns and their hinterlands.”
Safety code floats idea of board accountabilityOn 6 Feb 2001 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Companyboard members are being urged to become more accountable for health and safety.Adraft code drawn up by the Health and Safety Commission is intended to helpdirectors ensure that workplace risks are properly managed and that staff andthe public are protected. PeterCarr, personnel services officer for Easington Council, in north-east England,welcomed the move. He said, “It will give health and safety issues ahigher profile. Our health and safety manager is part of the personneldepartment and reports directly to our chief executive.”HSCchair Bill Callaghan said, “Individual directors and managers can beprosecuted if their actions, or lack of them, lead to work-related deaths,illness or injury. The code seeks to ensure that everyone at board levelrecognises and acts on this responsibility.”Consultationends on 9 April.Directorsneed to…*Accept joint responsibility and leadership for their organisation’s health andsafety performance*Appoint one board member to champion health and safety issues.*Ensure that individual members of the board recognise their personalliabilities and responsibilities under health and safety law.
Previous Article Next Article Nearly eight out of 10 working mothers questioned in a survey said theywould quit their current full-time job tomorrow if given the chance. The survey carried out by a women’s consumer magazine shows that only 4 percent of working mothers with young children want to work. Nearly a third of respondents would rather have a part-time career or jobshare, and 22 per cent want to work from home or set up their own business. A significant 43 per cent would prefer to be a full-time mum. More than 60 per cent of women find the work environment depressing, and 51per cent admit that they take time off because of work-related stress. Furthermore, three-quarters of working women believe that children suffer ifboth parents work. Nearly 90 per cent also blame the stress of trying to juggle work and homelife into making them shout at their children. Juliette Kellow, editor of the women’s magazine Top Santé, which publishedthe report, said, “The Government wants to encourage as many women aspossible into full-time work, but the survey shows that this is not whatmothers want. “Working full time for most women is a major problem, physically,emotionally and mentally, and is damaging to family life andrelationships.” More than 5,000 working women were surveyed across the UK for the report. Related posts:No related photos. Mums speak up for job shares and home workOn 19 Jun 2001 in Personnel Today Comments are closed.
The two sibling species of giant petrels Macronectes halli and M. giganteus are the dominant avian scavengers in the Southern Ocean ecosystem. They breed sympatrically at a number of sub-Antarctic sites. This paper synthesises data from a detailed study at South Georgia to examine the importance of various interspecific and intersexual differences between these closely related species. Morphological, breeding, dietary, feeding and moult characteristics were investigated. The most significant interspecific differences are a six week separation in the onset of breeding and the importance of seal carrion to male M. halli, the earlier breeding species. There is a strong sexual size dimorphism with females being only 75–80% of the weight of males in both species. Intersexual dietary differences are stronger than interspecific ones and females also have later primary moult schedules. Reproductive isolation and ecological adaptations are discussed in relation to the present distribution of giant petrels, comprising a more restricted sub-Antarctic species (M. halli) and a widespread Antarctic species (M. giganteus). It is suggested that the marked sexual dimorphism evolved before the two taxa became specifically distinct.