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first_imgOtago Daily Times 17 November 2017Family First Comment: Superb (and enlightening) comments by a school Principal“The expectations imposed upon us now as a school, to attend to and reverse the ills of our society, are completely unrealistic and they are beyond our resource capability. It seems now, the first questions about the inappropriate text message sent by a school-age person in the weekend, or the under-age young person attending a party that goes wrong, are not ‘what were the parents thinking and what will the parents do about it’? The first questions now are ‘what school does the young person go to and what is the school going to do about it’? And we’ve seen that in the national media this year … I believe it’s not our parent body who thrust these expectations upon us. It’s the media and it’s increasingly a broader societal expectation.”Well said. Give power – and responsibility – back to the parents!A Dunedin school principal is increasingly concerned by the social expectations imposed on schools, and says some parents need to take more responsibility for their children’s actions.During the recent King’s High School senior prizegiving, rector Dan Reddiex praised his present cohort of pupils for their outstanding achievements during the year, but went on to express deep concern about the future of education in New Zealand.He said the school’s ability to educate boys “in mind and in heart” was under threat.“Alarmingly, in my view, we are increasingly becoming as much a social institution as we are an educational one.“The expectations imposed upon us now as a school, to attend to and reverse the ills of our society, are completely unrealistic and they are beyond our resource capability.“It seems now, the first questions about the inappropriate text message sent by a school-age person in the weekend, or the under-age young person attending a party that goes wrong, are not ‘what were the parents thinking and what will the parents do about it’?READ MORE: https://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/principal-bemoans-threats-schoolslast_img read more

first_imgAccording to police investigation, thesuspects were caught playing and betting on billiards around 4 p.m. on Jan. 6. ILOILO City – Police arrested fivepersons engaging in illegal gambling in Barangay Ilaud Poblacion, BarotacNuevo, Iloilo. The suspects were detained in the lockupfacility of the Barotac Nuevo police station, facing charges for violation ofRepublic Act 9287, or an act increasing penalties for illegal numbers games./PN Seized from their possession were betmoney which amounted to P3,144, 22 pieces of cue sticks and billiard balls. They were identified as Tancy Bayona,37; Emmanuel Guillema, 22,; Carlos Dulla, 26; Felix Gallardo, 38; and MaruelBerlarmino, 29. last_img read more

first_imgThat was reinforced by ugly stretches of half-court offense, particularly in the first and fourth quarters against Oklahoma City. Some of the Lakers’ best half-court players are shelved. Their remaining weapons thrive the most in transition.“I think with LeBron, Rondo, Kuz, Beas out, we just got to pick up the tempo, to be quite honest,” center Tyson Chandler said. “We just got to get up and down the floor, get shots up. Turn it into a speed game, a scrambling game because we are young, we are missing a lot of our leadership and floor generals so we’re just going to have to adjust, basically.”It might not sound like a satisfying answer. McGee himself questioned how much faster the Lakers can play. But for a team with as many injuries as the Lakers, there are not a lot of satisfying answers to be found. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersBut even though the latest injury isn’t as serious as perhaps feared, it still tolls ominously as the Lakers soldier through misfortune on the health front. The most looming injury is to LeBron James, who has sat courtside for three straight games, once casually strolling into the building with a glass of wine. The team is 1-3 without him.Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here.On Wednesday night, cameras captured James in a less lighthearted mood, staring with a vacant expression while standing alongside General Manager Rob Pelinka and President of Basketball Operations Magic Johnson. What exactly were they thinking as they watched the second half unfold without a number of the most important players on the roster?There is one concern on the front of every Lakers fan’s mind as the team pushes through the next stretch of games: How much can this affect the season? It’s best understood by breaking things up into the most pressing questions the team faces:HOW BAD IS THE INJURY SITUATION?There’s one man the Lakers need more than anyone else. And his injury might be the biggest mystery.On the one hand, the Lakers have acknowledged that James has a strained groin. They’ve also described his status as “day-to-day,” but as of Wednesday, James had yet to return to basketball activities. The Lakers seem to be giving him a lot of latitude to advance his own recovery – they don’t want to rush him back and have him re-injure the groin, which seems like sound judgment.center_img The way things have been sliding for the Lakers, the news that Kyle Kuzma is at least questionable for Friday’s game should draw a common-sense reaction.Whew.As the Lakers (21-17) well know, it could be so much worse.Nearly at the halfway point in the season, the Lakers sat in seventh place in the Western Conference before Thursday’s games looking for the silver lining. An MRI confirmed that Kuzma, who left the second quarter of a 107-100 loss to the Thunder on Wednesday, suffered a lower back contusion. He’s one of only four Lakers to play in every game so far this season, a number that seems to dwindle by the game. How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers That being said: If James hasn’t even practiced with the rest of the team yet, it puts his status in doubt for the next slate of games. He’s officially out for Friday’s game, and returning during a road back-to-back in Minneapolis and Dallas seems dubious. A reasonable estimate is that James will miss at least three more games.Add that to the others: Rondo missed 17 games with his previous hand injury which took more than a month to recover from, and after having surgery on his finger, he’s on a similar timeline. Michael Beasley has missed 13 games and counting as he grieves his mother’s death – the organization is not going to rush along that process.Then there are the lingering effects of injuries that have already occurred but continue to nag. Center JaVale McGee said Wednesday night that he’s still building on his stamina following a bout with pneumonia. Brandon Ingram continues to get extra treatment on the left ankle he turned last month.Nothing quite summed up how dire the Lakers’ problem is as when Josh Hart was switched to power forward against the Thunder’s 6-foot-9 Jerami Grant. Hart finished with a career-high 15 rebounds, but it was because he was forced to play out of position: The Lakers don’t have many natural power forwards left.“I don’t make excuses, honestly,” Hart said afterward. “I want to play all 48 (minutes). So I’m not going to say we’re tired or anything like that. You just got to execute, and if you are tired, we’ve got to find little bits and pieces of the game to catch a breath, maybe get an extra timeout.”HOW MUCH WILL IT AFFECT THE LAKERS’ RECORD?The Lakers are 1-3 without James, with all three losses coming to Western Conference teams with winning records. At least on Friday, that eases up a little with the Knicks (9-29) visiting town, but the Lakers could be without their two leading scorers and assist men if Kuzma misses the game. It will be up to Ingram, Hart, McGee and Lonzo Ball to carry much of the load, not to mention Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, who has scored 51 points in the last two games.The road back-to-back comes against Minnesota and Dallas, two teams with losing records. But the Timberwolves won the previous meeting in Target Center against the Lakers, and the Mavericks have kept the game close twice before.If James is still out after the next three, the schedule isn’t particularly punishing: The Lakers have to face the middling Detroit Pistons and Utah Jazz (in Salt Lake City), before hosting the lowly Cleveland Cavaliers and Chicago Bulls. They probably would be favored to win at least half of those games. But the immediate slate is a little more threatening. James making a comeback on Jan. 13 against the Cavaliers at home is a compelling storyline, but certainly the Lakers will take him back as soon as possible.EVEN HEALTHY, HOW HARD WILL IT BE TO MAKE THE PLAYOFFS?Here’s the biggest concern: If the Lakers fumble a few more games during one of the softest stretches of their schedule, they could actually damage their playoff ambitions quite a bit.“We keep slipping the more we lose,” Ball said, “so gotta turn it around.”The Lakers are guaranteed to be over .500 at the halfway mark of the season, but if James misses any games beyond the next three and if the Lakers lose, that could force them to make quite a run to ensure the playoffs. Last year in the West, the 46-win Denver Nuggets did not make the cut. Even if the cutoff isn’t quite that high (the previous two years, a 41-win team made the playoffs), the Lakers would still have to win somewhere between 21 to 23 games on the back end of the schedule to qualify.Now think about the schedule: There are two five-game trips through the East Coast remaining on the schedule, with just two home games in all of February. There are three games against Golden State left, two games against Boston, two games against Milwaukee, two games against Philadelphia, two more against Oklahoma City. There are games with feisty Portland, Utah, Brooklyn, Indiana and New Orleans teams. It does not get easier.With a healthy James, the Lakers were 20-14. Over a 41-game span winning at roughly that rate, they’d come out with 24 wins. That might be enough to slide into the playoffs, but even then, does that mean they’re scratching out a 7- or 8-seed and face Golden State in the first round? That’s not ideal.WHAT CAN THE LAKERS DO IN THE MEANTIME?Coach Luke Walton again harped on the team’s tempo after the game, saying they slowed down in the fourth and it was a key reason why they lost to the Thunder. With James and Rondo out and perhaps Kuzma out too, the best advantage the Lakers might have is tempo.Related Articleslast_img read more

first_imgSubmitted to Sumner Newscow — The Kansas Humanities Council recently awarded Sumner County Historical & Genealogical Society of Wellington a $3,500 grant for the “Prairie Letters: Written in Rural Kansas in the Late Nineteenth Century” project.Jane Moore, SCHGS president said that in 2012 the Sumner County Historical and Genealogical Society received a notebook containing the “Prairie Letters,” that had been written primarily in the 1870’s by Emily Sell, one of Kansas’ earliest setters. Sell homesteaded in the Rome, Kans. area with her husband.  Moore said that even though Kansas was opened to settlement in 1854 and became a state in 1861, there were only 22 white people living in Sumner County by 1870 (The Sumner County Story, Paul and Gwendoline Sanders, 1966, p. 9).  Sumner County was not fully organized until Nov. 7, 1871.“When I saw that the first letters were dated 1870, and learned that there were only about 22 white people living in Sumner County in 1870, I couldn’t imagine what life must have been like for those early settlers,” said Elaine Clark, Prairie Letters Project Director and grant author.There have been histories written about other areas of Sumner County during this time period, but very few collections of letters have been discovered which give a first-person perspective,” Clark said,  “that makes this collection of letters a priceless, irreplaceable piece of Kansas history.”——–“Transcription and preservation of these letters will give future historians, researchers, genealogists, and those interested in early settlement of the Midwest a first-person account of the hardships and difficulties of early homesteaders,” said Moore.“Historical details about settlement in the Rome, Kansas, area are sketchy, but the town was officially organized in 1884,” Moore said, adding that  SCHGS members involved in transcribing Emily’s letters to friends and family are eager to learn about early-day settlement of Sumner County through the eyes and viewpoint of the homesteader and his wife.Clark said she and her husband, Larry Clark, traveled to Jordan Cemetery recently to view and photograph Emily’s grave stone.“I stood there and wondered what her life was like,” Clark said, adding that “these letters reveal much about the early days of Sumner County and the hardships and sorrows that families endured.  We tend to take food, warmth, air conditioning, doctors and medical care for granted, but these letters share the facts of everyday life for Kansas’ early settlers, babies that died because no doctors were available, weeks that go by before getting letters from family and friends, and children who can’t get an education because they live too far from school or they are needed to work on the farm.”“These situations would seem foreign to today’s young people,” Clark said.Clark said that some of the letters are almost unreadable because of fading, so it is imperative for the SCHGS to transcribe these letters as soon as possible.“This Heritage Grant from the Kansas Humanities Council will assist in preserving this treasure,” Clark said, “I can hardly wait to do the transcribing.”Clark added that as the project progresses and they learn more about the contents of the letters, they will share information on the website at www.ksschgs.com, blog at www.ks-schgs.blogspot.com, SCHGS Facebook page and in area publications.“KHC Heritage grants encourage the preservation of local cultural resources,” said Julie Mulvihill, executive director of the Kansas Humanities Council. “This transcription project will preserve these one-of-a-kind primary source documents for generations to come. What a treat to find out what stories these letters will tell.”The Kansas Humanities Council is a nonprofit organization that supports community-based cultural programs, serves as a financial resource through an active grant-making program, and encourages Kansans to engage in the civic and cultural life of their communities. For more information, visit www.kansashumanities.org.last_img read more

first_imgBy Bruce Fuhr,The Nelson Daily SportsTeams in the Murdoch Division, especially Beaver Valley and Castlegar, have not played nice with the Nelson Leafs this season. The Leafs are a collective 6-9 inside the Murdoch Division of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League with four of those wins coming against lowly Grand Forks. On the flip side Nelson is 8-2 outside the division.Nelson hopes to halt the trend when the team opens a two-game home set again divisional rivals, Spokane Braves and Castlegar Rebels.“We haven’t really played teams in our division as much but once we start playing in our division I think we’re going to start to pick it up,” said Leaf forward Connor McLaughlin.Nelson hosts Spokane Friday at the NDCC Arena and Castlegar Saturday.  The game against Castlegar is scheduled for the Civic Centre Arena as the Leafs help the city celebrate the arena’s 75th anniversary.Nelson plays seven of its next nine games inside the Murdoch. So it’s now or never to make a run.“We’ve got to be teams like Castlegar to have a chance,” said Leafs’ Colton Schell. Gavin Currie, who scored six points during last weekend and 15 points in the past eight games, has climbed into 14th spot in the KIJHL scoring race. Currie has 11 goals and 22 assists.Stefan Jensen of the Osoyoos Coyotes is tied with Ryan Aynlsey of the Castlegar Rebels for the league lead, each with 47 points. Jensen is the top scorer with 26 goals.Darren Hogg of the Leafs sits in seven spot in the goalie stats with a 2.68 goals against average. Fraser Abdallah of Fernie leads the league with a 2.04 [email protected]last_img read more

first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (June 26, 2016)–In his 45th career start, venerable 8-year-old gelding Soi Phet rolled to the lead into the Club House turn and dictated terms throughout as he took Sunday’s $75,000 McCann’s Mojave Handicap by 2 ½ lengths while covering a mile and a sixteenth in 1:40.80–thus turning the tables on runner-up Avanti Bello, who defeated him by a nose in the one mile Tiznow Stakes here May 28.Breaking from the number three post position in a field of five California-bred or sired horses three and up, Soi Phet made the lead while well within himself and set fractions of 23.57, 46.75, 1:10.21 and 1:34.48.Called upon by Desormeaux with three sixteenths of a mile to run, Soi Phet responded eagerly and left Avanti Bello in his wake with a furlong to run.The 9-5 favorite, Soi Phet, who is by Tizbud and is out of the Siberian Summer mare Summer Jersey, paid $5.80, $3.20 and $2.10.“The half in 46 and change is pretty much his natural cruising speed, so if he can do it well within himself, I’ll take it,” said Desormeaux, who had piloted Soi Phet to three consecutive second place finishes. “This horse is a pleasure to ride, he knows what he’s doing out there.”As to what might be in store for his resident senior citizen, Powell said, “There’s some grass racing down at Del Mar for Cal-breds, but he’s eight years old now, so we’ll see how he comes out of this. Every year, if you look back, he does really well in the summer. This year, I won’t run him at all in the winter, just summer and early fall.”Avanti Bello, who was ridden by Rafael Bejarano, was second best on the day and finished 5 ½ lengths in front of El Huerfano. Off at 5-2, he paid $3.40 and $2.40.El Huerfano, who was ridden by Flavien Prat, loomed menacingly while three-wide around the far turn, but backed up readily when he straightened for home and finished three quarters of a length in front of Songforjohnmichael. Off at 7-2, El Huerfano paid $2.40 to show.last_img read more

first_imgLOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary Grand Slam turns into a Grand Slump Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Read Next BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  “We won despite all the problems and it showed the great character of the team,” said Nawas, who missed Misagh Bahadoran and Amani Aguinaldo due to injuries.Global defender Dennis Villanueva was sent off in the 70th minute for a second booking after fouling Fumiya Kogure. But Roberts took his chance two minutes later. Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:59Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games MOST READ Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF presidentcenter_img Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH It was a remarkable feat for the Philippines Football League side considering the fact that only 13 players traveled to Singapore after the squad was hit by injuries to key players.But that did not stop Singaporean coach Akbar Nawas’ side from making history as Roberts was once again on target with a couple of opportunistic strikes in each half, while Patrick Deyto proved his quality in goal with a string of impressive saves and an assist to his teammates’ match-winning strike.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutCeres-Negros and Meralco Manila, then known as Loyola Meralco Sparks, were eliminated in the semifinals of the tournament in recent years.Global reached the finals, five years after Meralco became the first Filipino club to be invited to the tournament. Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City LATEST STORIES Playing the last 20 minutes with only 10 men, Global Cebu stunned Hougang United, 2-1, last Saturday to become the first Philippine club to reach the finals of the Singapore Cup at Hougang Stadium in Singapore.Former Trinidad and Tobago international Darryl Roberts reprised his heroics from the first leg, scoring both goals again as Global completed a 4-3 aggregate victory against the S-League side and arranged a title clash with Albirex Nigata.ADVERTISEMENT View commentslast_img read more

first_imgCalipari tweets about Andrew Harrison following the NBA draft.Calipari’s NBA Draft RecapThe NBA Draft came and went last night and, once again, it was full of Kentucky players. Karl-Anthony Towns went No. 1 to Minnesota, Willie Cauley-Stein went No. 6 to Sacramento, Trey Lyles went No. 12 to Utah, Devin Booker went No. 13 to Phoenix, Andrew Harrison went No. 44 to Phoenix and Dakari Johnson went No. 48 to Oklahoma City. Only one of the Wildcats’ seven draft entrants went unselected: shooting guard Aaron Harrison. Following the draft, Kentucky’s John Calipari, who was in attendance in Brooklyn, tweeted about his former players. He says Aaron Harrison “will be fine.” Six guys get drafted and tie a record, four lottery picks, and another No. 1 pick – it’s been another unbelievable night.— John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) June 26, 2015I’m proud of the guys. Our job as coaches is to help these kids realize their dreams. I’m so happy that a lot of lives were changed tonight.— John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) June 26, 2015I’m disappointed Aaron didn’t get drafted, but he will be fine. He will be on a summer league team fighting for a position on an NBA team.— John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) June 26, 2015How many Kentucky players will get picked in the 2016 NBA Draft?last_img read more

first_imgGurugram: The Gurugram Metropolitan City Bus Limited (GMCBL) has come up with four new routes. These new routes of the city bus service Gurugaman was inaugurated by chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Wednesday. One of the new routes (number 119 ) of the city bus service will also cater to the residents of Faridabad as it will ply between IFFCO Chowk and NIT Faridabad. The areas which will be covered by this route include Baliyawas, Mangar, Pali zone, Sainik Colony, Masjid, RK Hospital, Metro Mor, Khushboo Chowk, Bristol Chowk, Sikanderpur metro station and MG Road. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderThe services from IFFCO Chowk will begin at 7:00 am and commence at 6:00 pm. Commuters will be able to complete the entire journey in one hour and fifteen minutes. From NIT Faridabad, the first bus will depart at 8:30am and the last bus is scheduled for 7.25pm. Similarly, another route will cover the distance between Gurugram bus stand and Palam Vihar. This route will include Sector 12 Chowk, CRPF Camp Chowk, Rajeev Nagar Chowk, Ashok Vihar 2 and 3, Park View Residency and Cosmos Executive Apartment, among others. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsThe duration of this route will be 30 minutes. The first bus will depart from the Gurugram Bus Stand at 7.45am and the last bus at 5:45 pm. From Palam Vihar, the last bus is scheduled for 6.20pm. Meanwhile, commuters will soon be able to take a bus service that will be a loop service between Rajiv Chowk, Huda City Centre and Rajiv Chowk. This route will ply through Medanta, sectors 40, 44, 46, Huda City Centre, Sector 31/40 Housing Board Colony, Jharsa, among others. The fourth bus route will cover the distance between IFFCO Chowk to Dundahera. Almost a year after its launch, on September 2018, the Gurugaman bus service hit a daily ridership of 50,000 last month. According to data shared by the Gurugram Metropolitan City Bus Limited, ridership on the service jumped 67% between May and July, going from about 30,000 passengers Presently, four important routes make up more than half of Gurugaman’s daily ridership — Route 212 (from Basai to Huda City Centre and back), Route 134 (from IFFCO Chowk to IMT Manesar), Route 112 (from Sector 56 to Gurugram Railway station) and Route 111 (from Huda City Centre to Bhondsi). In all, these have a daily average ridership of about 33,000 day to 50,000 per day.last_img read more

first_imgTV presenters Ant and Dec have announced a brand new documentary project, as they set out to spend time with HRH The Prince of Wales to mark the 40th anniversary of The Prince’s Trust for ITV and track the journey since His Royal Highness set up the organisation in 1976.As long-term ambassadors for the charity, over the next year the pair will accompany The Prince on key engagements and get more involved in the work The Trust does to support vulnerable young people in the UK. The 90-minute special will air on ITV early in 2016, the year The Prince’s Trust celebrates its 40th anniversary.Ant and Dec are a similar vintage to The Trust – both were born the year before it was founded in 1976 – and together with His Royal Highness they will reflect on the four decades that have passed since The Trust set out to improve the lives of disadvantaged young people in the UK, meeting some of those it has supported along the way and hearing their extraordinary stories.Ant and Dec will gain a close perspective as they visit courses and Prince’s Trust Centres to get an inside look at the efforts made to help 13 to 30 year olds, many of whom come from a care background, and who deal with a range of challenges such as homelessness, mental health issues, unemployment, difficulties at school and offending.Ant and Dec said: “We are hugely excited to be working with HRH The Prince of Wales on our first project of this kind. We’ve worked with The Prince’s Trust for years and know what an incredible job they do of supporting young people right across the UK.“This is a unique opportunity for us to get under the skin of a great organisation and its founder, to pose the questions we’ve always wanted to ask and to see the achievements of the young people celebrated.”Commenting last year on the occasion of the duo’s National Television Award celebrating 25 years in television, The Prince of Wales said: “I have had the great pleasure of meeting them on many occasions over the last fifteen years, as avid and generous supporters of The Prince’s Trust taking time out from their extremely busy schedules to support and inspire those young people who come to us in disadvantaged and difficult situations.“As role models, they have led by example, showing a work ethic and a dedication that I know is appreciated by, and encouraging to, the many courageous young men and women who come to my Trust seeking guidance in trying to make a better life for themselves and in turn, in some cases, their families and communities.”Martina Milburn CBE, Chief Executive of The Prince’s Trust, said: “The Prince’s Trust has made positive changes to generations of vulnerable young people since its inception and we’re really excited that Ant and Dec are going to be highlighting the work we do to mark this milestone in our history.”The documentary will be directed by award-winning director Michael Waldman for Spun Gold Productions. Filming will start early in 2015 and they are already working closely with Clarence House and The Trust to bring the story of the organisation to life.The documentary is commissioned for ITV by Richard Klein, Director of Factual and Andrew O’Connell, Commissioning Editor Factual. Andrew said: “We are delighted to be following The Prince’s Trust over a year to celebrate this landmark occasion. This special programme will see Ant and Dec spending time throughout the year with The Prince and seeing at close hand the work he does within the Trust aimed at enhancing young people’s lives up and down the country. This promises to be a major event in the schedule and a real treat for our viewers!”

Daniela Neumann, Creative Director at Spun Gold, adds: “We are so very proud to be producing such a landmark documentary to mark the 40th anniversary of The Prince’s Trust. We can’t wait to provide viewers with unprecedented access into the charity and more importantly highlight its life changing work that has touched so many lives and made a profound impact on our nation. It is always an honour to work alongside The Prince of Wales, and Ant and Dec are undoubtedly the nation’s most loved presenters. With their warmth and down to earth approach it is going to be such a moving and illuminating film.”last_img read more