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* Cartão Personalizado;
* Direito de participar das promoções e sorteios do Programa Sou Mais Ceará;
* Desconto de 10% no pagamento das mensalidades da Fábrica de Craques – Escolinha de futebol do Clube;
* Descontos de até 15% nas Lojas Oficiais Sou Mais Ceará;
* Acesso ao site do Clube em área exclusiva ao Torcedor Oficial;
* Vantagens e Benefícios na Rede Credenciada do Clube de Vantagens do Programa Sou Mais Ceará;
* Desconto em produtos e serviços participantes da Rede Credenciada do Movimento por um Futebol Melhor;
* Acesso livre, exclusivamente para o Participante, na Arquibancada Inferior Norte (atrás do gol) no Estádio Castelão para os jogos oficiais de mando do Clube;
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O volante João Marcos e o atacante Tadeu receberam cartão amarelo diante do Treze/PB
O volante João Marcos e o atacante Tadeu receberam cartão amarelo diante do Treze/PB, em jogo realizado no último domingo, 02/02, completaram a sequência de três punições e devem cumprir suspensão automática no duelo contra os alagoanos.
Sérgio Soares vai ter dois dias para pensar em quem serão os substitutos dos jogadores, afinal, o jogo entre CRB x Ceará vai acontecer na próxima quarta-feira, 05/02, às 21h15min (horário da capital cearense), no estádio Gerson Amaral, localizado na cidade de Coruripe/AL.
Os ingressos para o jogo entre Tiradentes e Fortaleza, que será realizado às 20h20 desta terça-feira (4), no Estádio Presidente Vargas, só estarão disponíveis para a venda no dia da partida.
De acordo com o diretor de publicidade do Fortaleza, Fábio Mota, a demora pode prejudicar o público e a renda do jogo, que é válido pela 12ª rodada do Campeonato Cearense de 2014. Os bilhetes para partida foram confeccionados por uma empresa terceirizada contratada pela Federação Cearense de Futebol (FCF), que alegou ser uma prerrogativa da instituição para dar mais segurança aos jogos do Estadual.
Os ingressos foram entregues para os clubes na tarde desta segunda-feira (03), por volta das 16h, e, com isso, a venda só será feita no dia do confronto. “Teremos que repassar os ingressos para os pontos de venda, e apenas na terça-feira (4) o torcedor poderá adquirir a entrada”, confirmou um membro da diretoria do Fortaleza.
A partir das 8h, o torcedor leonino poderá adquirir os ingressos na sede do clube e nas lojas tradicionais de venda. Às 17h, as bilheterias do PV também terão ingressos disponíveis. A arquibancada será vendida a R$ 30,00 (inteira) e R$15,00 (meia), enquanto as cadeiras sociais terão preços de R$60,00/R$30,00.
A Redação Web tentou entrar em contato com a diretoria do Tigre da Polícia Militar, porém as ligações não foram atendidas.
Voters appear to back Prime Minister John Key’s decision to consider working with Winston Peters after this year’s election.
Last month Key announced that, unlike in 2008 and 2011, he was willing to consider going into coalition with New Zealand First, although he believed it was “unlikely” to happen.
This evening a 3News/Reid Research poll showed that when asked if Key should work with Peters, 54 per cent said yes, well ahead of 36 per cent saying no.
The sentiment was stronger among National voters, with 61 per cent saying work with Peters.
In Opposition in 2008, Key ruled out working with New Zealand First, claiming a failure to give sufficient answers to questions surrounding a donation from businessman Owen Glenn, a position he maintained until last month.
Key was, however, non-committal about whether National would advise voters in the Epsom seat to vote for Act, as he has tacitly done in the last two elections with symbolic “cup of tea” photo opportunities.
Asked if he would be advising National voters in Epsom to give tactical support to Act, Key said the decision had not been made.
“It’s not [the message] at this point,” Key said this morning, adding later that MP and former biographer Paul Goldsmith had been selected as National’s candidate for the election.
Recent polls have showed Act effectively failing to register any support. Key said he expected to declare before the election whether deals would be done with minor parties. Even those with little popular support may be important in his quest to build a majority after the election.
“The reality is that when they won Epsom in 2008, that effectively got National over the line,” Key said.
“That’s also been true of [United Future leader and Ohariu MP] Peter Dunne.”
John Key and his Australian counterpart Tony Abbott are set to appear in a rare double act across the Tasman.
In an event labelled historic by its organisers, the two prime ministers will share a stage in Sydney on Friday to outline their vision and policies for economic growth and regional engagement.
It is the first time in recent memory that prime ministers have teamed up for a joint speech and tickets are selling for between A$200 (NZ$216) and A$300 a seat.
Key will leave for Australia on an air force 757 immediately after returning from Waitangi Day celebrations.
He is taking a group of senior ministers, along with as many as 50 leading businesspeople, and about a dozen media. Top of the agenda is a joint Cabinet meeting between the New Zealand ministers and their Australian counterparts – an event that has now become a regular occurrence, and the first since the change of government in Australia last year.
Abbott said yesterday that Australia’s relationship with New Zealand was “like no other”.
“With the centenary of Anzac fast approaching, this visit is another unique opportunity to reflect on the unique bonds that bind our two nations, our shared history and our common values.”
He and Key would be meeting separately from the joint Cabinet meeting to discuss “mutual economic opportunities”.
The year is shaping up as a big one for Australia, which will in November host the G20 gathering of some of the world’s most powerful leaders.
New Zealand has been given a rare seat at the table thanks to an invitation from Abbott, and the Government also hopes to capitalise on the event by inviting world leaders, including United States President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron, to visit before or after the G20.
– © Fairfax NZ News
Auckland is home to the highest proportion of religious people and has higher household incomes than the rest of the country, 2013 census data shows.
Thirty-six per cent of Auckland households reported an income of $100,000 or more in the year to March 31, 2013.
The median annual Auckland household income rose from $63,400 in the 2006 census to $76,500.
The national median household income was $63,800.
On the religion front, 59.6 per cent of Aucklanders identified with religion in 2013, compared with 55 per cent nationally.
There was a sharp rise in both the number of Sikh and Muslims in the region. The Sikh religion had the fastest rate of growth in Auckland since 2006, increasing from 6174 to 11,712. The total number of Muslims in the region increased from 23,688 to 31,158.
In other regional data, the West Coast had the highest increase in median household income, up from from $37,800 in 2006 to $55,000 in 2013.
The number of smokers was down across the regions, with the biggest decrease in Otago (down 25.6 per cent).
Southland had the highest proportion of Christians in the country.
– © Fairfax NZ News
February 4, 2014
Liberal MP Sharman Stone has launched an extraordinary attack on Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Treasurer Joe Hockey, accusing them of “lying” in defending their decision not to give $25 million to fruit processor SPC Ardmona.
Mr Abbott, Mr Hockey and Employment Minister Eric Abetz have all suggested it was the fruit cannery’s “overgenerous” workplace conditions with unions that had contributed to its financial woes.
Dr Stone, whose Goulburn Valley electorate takes in SPC Ardmona, told ABC radio on Tuesday that her colleagues were misleading the public by saying workplace conditions were to blame.
Asked whether she thought Mr Abbott and Mr Hockey are ”actually, really lying when they’re saying it’s about this issue (the workplace agreement)”, Dr Stone responded: ”Well they’re not speaking the reality.”
Asked if that constituted ”lying”, Dr Stone said: “It’s not the truth, that’s right, it’s lying.”
“What really upsets me most . . . the federal government didn’t say, look we’d love to help but we just don’t have the money right now,” she added.
“What they said was, we’re not going to help because it is the amazing wages and conditions that have knocked this company for six.”
Dr Stone said such arguments were “just wrong”.
“If I was in Parliament I couldn’t say ‘liar’ because it’s unparliamentary.”
Rather than overly generous wages and conditions, it was the “dumping” of cheap products by supermarket chains, the Coles and Woolworths duopoly, the rise in imports, the floods and 10 years of drought that contributed to SPC’s troubles, Dr Stone said.
“This is a witch hunt,” she added. “And sorry, I don’t like witch hunts, which are . . . unfair and in this case could lead to us losing an industry.”
In a decision taken last Friday that could risk up to 3000 jobs in Victoria’s Goulburn Valley, Mr Abbott supported Liberal economic dries including Mr Hockey and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann to knock back SPC’s request for government co-investment.
Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane and Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce had backed the company’s request, which would have triggered a $25 million investment from the Victorian government and ensured SPC’s parent company, Coca-Cola Amatil, would spend up to $161 million on the canning facilities.
SPC managing director Peter Kelly said the decision was disappointing and would trigger a review of the company’s manufacturing operations. Victoria’s Deputy Premier Peter Ryan said the decision was a significant setback for the Goulburn Valley.
Mr Abbott said the company had posted a half-year profit of $216 million to June 2013, signalled its willingness to invest $161 million in its manufacturing operations and there was “no way” the government wanted to see workers take a pay cut.
“It is very important that they complete the renegotiation they have embarked upon,” he said.
“It is very important they complete the negotiation of the enterprise bargaining agreement . . . there are wet allowances, there are loadings, there are extensive provisions to cash out sick leave, there are extremely generous redundancy provisions.”
With James Massola
The Sydney Morning Herald