Zambia Bata Shoe Company Plc (BATA.zm) listed on the Lusaka Securities Exchange under the Retail sector has released it’s 2005 annual report.For more information about Zambia Bata Shoe Company Plc (BATA.zm) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Zambia Bata Shoe Company Plc (BATA.zm) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Zambia Bata Shoe Company Plc (BATA.zm) 2005 annual report.Company ProfileZambia Bata Shoe Company plc. manufactures and markets a wide range of smart and casual footwear and other leather and plastic products for the fashion sector in Zambia. Products in its accessories range include handbags and belts. The footwear company operates in three markets: retail, wholesale and export. The company has a national footprint with 50 modern stores located in the major towns and cities of Zambia. In addition to its own Bata brand, the company is an agent for popular shoe brands such as Marie Claire, Makuba, Toughies, Power, Tommy Takkies, North Star and Bubble Gummers. Zambia Bata Shoe Company was established in 1937 and is a subsidiary of Bafin (Nederland) BV. Zambia Bata Shoe Company is listed on the Lusaka Securities Exchange
Photographic retailer Jessops has achieved its 2005 fundraising target for CLIC Sargent, its charity of the year.Chris Langley, Chief Operating Officer for Leicester-based Jessops, which has 280 stores nationwide, said: “We are delighted to have banked more than £70,340 for CLIC Sargent.”The money was raised by Jessops’ staff, suppliers and customers. Advertisement Jessops reaches £70,000 target for its charity of the year Howard Lake | 29 January 2006 | News 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. 26 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Tagged with: corporate Research / statistics AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 This is the second year that Jessops has fundraised for the charity. In 2004 Jessops’ ‘Click for CLIC’ campaign raised £50,000.Fundraising events included a Jessops-sponsored Parliamentary Photography Competition in which MPs and Peers submitted photographs that they have taken during their Parliamentary duties.CLIC Sargent will continue to be Jessops’ charity of the year for 2006 and the company has set itself the target of £80,000.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 http://www.foundation.ie/2016/04/new-philanthropy-news-ireland-ezine-communities/ Tagged with: community foundations Funding Ireland 46 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 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. Community Foundation offers new philanthropy publication 45 total views, 1 views today Advertisement Howard Lake | 29 April 2016 | News The Community Foundation for Ireland (CFI) has published a new online ezine which will provide information on a range of philanthropy events.‘Philanthropy News Ireland’ was sent out to CFI’s 4,000 members for the first time this month. Philanthropy News Ireland says it will inform all community and voluntary sector stakeholders of upcoming grants and events, grants spotlight and general CFI news.The Community Foundation for Ireland was established in 2000 with the intention of helping to grow a philanthropic ethos within Ireland and building a perpetual fund to support charitable causes and communities in Ireland and overseas.This endowed fund has grown to more than €40 million today. By the end of 2015, cumulative grantmaking from the Foundation to charities in Ireland had reached €25 million.
Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL Previous articleFive Limerick players named in Ireland World Cup squadNext articleLimerick kidnapper jailed for not engaging with Probation Services Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie First Irish death from Coronavirus Print Linkedin NewsLimerick Father and son died in murder suicide crashBy Staff Reporter – July 26, 2017 2447 No vaccines in Limerick yet Marco VelocciTHREE-year-old Alex Velocci sat on his father’s lap in the driver’s seat of a car as it sped into an oncoming truck killing them both.That was the shocking evidence given at Limerick Coroner’s Court on Tuesday when an inquest returned verdicts of death by suicide in the case of Marco Velocci (28) of Hillside View, Oola and death by unlawful killing in the case of his son.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Mr Velocci’s former partner Josephine ‘Jodie’ Power gave evidence of the tragic events of July 19 last and the days leading up to the murder suicide crash outside Oola.She told of how she and Marco were childhood sweethearts before their on/off relationship saw the birth of baby Alex in 2013.Little Alex Velocci was killed instantly in the head on collisionIn a statement to Gardaí, she said that they parted as a couple but remained connected as they wanted to be good parents for Alex.She had another child from another relationship and Marco had been dating mother-of-two Noelle Heffernan for two years.However, he had told his mother that he still had feelings for Jodie and wanted to make a go of their relationship again.Ms Power said that Marco had been acting strangely in the lead up to July 19. He was afraid that people were watching him and felt under threat from other forces.He had panic attacks and appeared to be paranoid about the so-called Islamic State militant group (ISIS) and about Muslims taking over the world. A relative had recently converted to Islam and this heightened his concerns.After long talks and periods of “ranting”, Marco agreed to see a doctor for a checkup.Joan Velocci said that her son was always in good form but she had also noticed a change in his behaviour.Marco, Alex, Jodie and her newborn son Patrick spent time together the day before on July 18 and witnesses stated that they looked “happy and normal”.However, Ms Power said that on the following morning she saw that Marco had a “glazed look on his face”.“It was like he was looking through me,” she said.She also saw that he had a knife in his hand.In the course of a struggle, she suffered a knife injury to her arm along with blows to her body and head.As she recovered from the attack, she saw Marco leave with little Alex who was sitting on his lap in the driver’s seat as the car left Ms Power’s home.She phoned 999 and only learned of what happened while she was being treated in hospital later that day.Marco phoned Noelle Heffernan and told her that he had stabbed Jodie.He then he drove his Audi estate car on the wrong side of the road and into the path of an oncoming truck and trailer.Ms Heffernan said that she heard the bang as Marco’s car smashed into the truck and ended up in the ditch facing the opposite way.Stephan Hehir, a truck driver for more than 40 years, said he could see Mr Velocci’s car coming over the white line just before it crashed into him at Brooks Bridge outside the village of Oola.Witnesses said that the collision, which Mr Hehir could do nothing to avoid, was like an “explosion” that spread debris and a cloud of smoke around the road.A motorcyclist who was travelling on the road to Limerick was narrowly missed by the out of control lorry as it careered towards the ditch.Mr Hehir said that immediately after the impact he could see the motorbike coming and feared the worst.The motorcyclist was uninjured and returned to help at the scene along with a number of motorists, including two nurses who were finishing night dutyThe inquest heard distressing medical evidence which concluded that Alex and Marco Velocci died from multiple traumatic injuries consistent with a high speed crash.The little boy was thrown from the car into a ditch and died instantly.The jury returned verdicts of suicide in accordance with the medical evidence in relation to Mr Velocci, and death by unlawful killing in accordance with the medical evidence in respect of Alex.Coroner John McNamara described it as a very difficult and harrowing case for the families and all involved.See more Limerick news hereIf you have been affected by the contents of this article, contact Samaritans at 116123 or visit Samaritans.org WhatsApp Advertisement Facebook Shannondoc operating but only by appointment TAGSAlex VeloccifeaturedinquestJodie PowerLatinlimerickLimerick coroner’s courtMarco VelocciMonardOolaTipperary Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended Email Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April
Previous articleThe love story of Thomas HardyNext articleShannon Group – the sum of all parts add up well for region and country Cian Reinhardthttp://www.limerickpost.ieJournalist & Digital Media Coordinator. Covering human interest and social issues as well as creating digital content to accompany news stories. [email protected] Limerick Twenty Thirty chief executive David Conway (left) and Chairman Denis Brosnan surveying the Opera Site.The special purpose vehicle established last year to deliver over €500m worth of investment infrastructure across four strategic sites in Limerick City will formally submit a Part 8 planning application to Limerick City and County Council this Friday to develop the hugely anticipated Opera Site.. Picture: Alan PlaceTHE vision of a dynamic new Limerick, as envisaged in the 2030 Economic and Spatial Plan, may have been blurred by the settling dust of the economic crash, but five years on it’s starting to shine.The word ‘renaissance’ was used to describe what would unfold in Limerick over the next 17 years. It’s a word loaded with expectation but it is more than being fulfilled.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up More than 12,000 jobs have been announced since the 2030 Plan was launched in 2013 with more than €1.6 billion invested by new or existing companies. The city is now one of the fastest growing Irish regions for foreign direct investment outside of Dublin.The redevelopment of the city centre is also well underway thanks to the establishment of Limerick Twenty Thirty Strategic Development DAC. Focussed initially on city projects like the Opera Site and its already underway Gardens International sister-site, it will ultimately deliver a city and county programme of investment that amounts to the biggest commercial property play undertaken outside Dublin. Master planning is continuing for the Cleeves site.Innovate Limerick, which is helping to drive innovation across the city and county has already claimed a number of major wins. These include the development of a 35,000 sq ft Innovation Hub at Roxboro, and Engine in the city centre, where it will co-locate FDI companies and provide shared workspace along with a Production and Digital Skills Hub, ensuring that the skills required for film production are available in Limerick.Troy Studios is creating a completely new industry in Limerick and has currently just finished production for George RR Martin’s ‘Nightflyers’ a major new international series for Netflix.The Limerick 2030 Plan has also given rise to a new Investment Office as part of the local authority’s Economic Development Directorate to with other key agencies to attract investment.The list of new arrivals in Limerick in recent times includes Uber, Northern Trust, ACI Worldwide, Virgin Media, Optel Vision, Ernst & Young, Ripplecom, Fazzi Healthcare Services, Stats, Ortec Inc and Teckro.A new Tourism Development and Marketing Strategy 2017-2023 has been designed to revitalise the tourism industry, double the number of visitors, capture key opportunities that exist for growth and highlight priority action areas to unlock the significant benefits that a thriving tourism industry can bring.The renaissance has also been energised by the local authority’s determination to take advantage of digital technologies. This will help to double the number of digital start-ups in Limerick, double the number of SMEs trading online, double the use of data and create equal opportunities for all citizens.Limerick is the first city in Ireland to appoint a Chief Digital Officer to lead a digital strategy that will lay the foundation for the Smart Limerick Region.One manifestation of this is Limerick.ie, an award winning platform that enables locals and visitors instant access to information on some 2,000 attractions and 1,000 events across the city and county each year. The digital strategy will enable vast real-time engagement across the Internet of Things, delivering huge environmental and security enhancements for all citizens, young and old.The local authority is seeking to develop a coherent brand strategy for Limerick, by coordinating its own marketing activities, and by taking a lead role in leveraging the marketing activities of its key strategic partners.It is the latest move by the Council to lead the transformation of the city into an urban centre that is delivering as a key national catalyst of growth and helping to deliver balanced regional development on the island of Ireland.It comes off the back of a record period of growth for Limerick across the past five yearsThe creation of a new brand identity is the latest initiative in an ongoing marketing drive under the Economic and Spatial plan that has played a key role in the economic regeneration of the city.A range of marketing initiatives have supported the wider plan with a strong emphasis on digital technology innovations and digital marketing campaigns run through the hugely successful Limerick.ieHead of Marketing and Communications Laura Ryan told The Limerick Post that Limerick has been revitalised over the past five years beyond expectations.“The genesis of this was undoubtedly the launch of the Limerick Economic and Spatial Plan in 2013. We’ve had huge gains since and now we want to go again, at all levels, including through this brand identity initiative. Limerick is now, thankfully, in a place that it can make a bold and creative declaration that it is a hugely attractive and competitive location to work live and play.”Ms Ryan explained that the confidence has been hard earned and down to a confluence of success across the region.“The ‘Limerick Charter: Commitment to Cohesion and Convergence’ was initiated and signed up to by all key stakeholders in the region, leading to a level of collaboration across these stakeholders that has been critical also in the development of the region. Those stakeholders, Shannon Group, Shannon Foynes Port Authority, Limerick Chamber, University of Limerick, Mary Immaculate College, and the Limerick Institute of Technology, have all enjoyed huge growth so we have a real platform to shout from.”The competitive brand identity will be used to support the development of Limerick as a vibrant economic and visitor destination, as well as a unifying stimulus for all city and county stakeholders.In addition to defining the brand, the successful agency will be asked to develop an implementation programme that will include an action orientated plan to guide the process from brand launch to its strategic development including a five-year implementation programme for adaption by Limerick City and County Council.The Council is continuing to work with Retail Excellence Ireland to improve the retail offering in Limerick City. A new strategy including support for retailers and a new Investment Prospectus for Limerick with a view to attracting new and existing retailers to locate in the City is being developed as well as a programme of training and development for retailers in Limerick.The multi-million euro project to revitalise O’Connell Street (LUCROC) is continuing which will add new impetus and vitality to the city centre.Work is also beginning on a new Development Plan for Limerick to plan for and futureproof Limerick’s development.It’s in keeping with the new sense and exciting sense of ambition in Limerick today. The delivery on that ambition in four short years has seen the narrative completely transformed nationally and internationally about Limerick – a city and county now recognised as a vibrant place to live, study, play and invest in.This article is part of the Limerick Post Mid-West Industry special, to read more article, interviews, and editorials from the special feature, click here. 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Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago in Featured, News May 2, 2016 1,325 Views A House Win for State Insurers Xhevrije West is a talented writer and editor based in Dallas, Texas. She has worked for a number of publications including The Syracuse New Times, Dallas Flow Magazine, and Bellwethr Magazine. She completed her Bachelors at Alcorn State University and went on to complete her Masters at Syracuse University. Tagged with: Fannie Mae Flood Insurance Freddie Mac House Financial Services Committee Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Share Save The House Financial Services Committee unanimously passed a bill this week that lifts certain restrictions placed on insurance companies by the federal government and gives states more flexibility to license and regulate private flood insurance.The H.R. 2901, the Flood Insurance Market Parity and Modernization Act, authorizes state insurance commissioners to approve flood insurance policies for Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and other federally-backed mortgages. In addition, the bipartisan bill encourages the development of a robust private flood insurance market that offers homeowners more pricing and coverage options.The bill is co-sponsored by Reps. Dennis Ross (R-Florida) and Patrick Murphy (D-Florida) and passed on a 419-0 vote.Ross stated in his House floor speech that regulatory restrictions along with the bias of regulators favoring National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) policies have prevented the development of a private flood insurance marketplace, and this was “an unintended consequence.”“While the NFIP is limited in what its policies cover, the private sector is not. The private sector is also in a better position to provide stronger incentives for property owners to invest in mitigation and resiliency. Ultimately, this increased emphasis on mitigation will benefit homeowners and taxpayers alike,” he said.Although the bill is specifically for Florida homeowners, Ross stated that homeowners all over the U.S. could benefit from flood insurance reform.“Floridians and all Americans across the country would greatly benefit from more choices when it comes to flood insurance policies, and private competition in this market will lead to greater innovation and more affordable and comprehensive policies for consumers,” Ross stated.Murphy added, “This bill is a win-win for Florida families, giving them more options for flood insurance coverage and bringing down the cost of policies. It was great to see our legislation pass with unanimous support, and I urge the Senate to swiftly follow suit.” Fannie Mae Flood Insurance Freddie Mac House Financial Services Committee 2016-05-02 Brian Honea Previous: Affordability Muted by Rapid Home Price Growth Next: Did the Government Set the GSEs Up for Trouble? About Author: Xhevrije West Home / Featured / A House Win for State Insurers Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Print This Post Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Related Articles Subscribe Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Is Rise in Forbearance Volume Cause for Concern? 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago
Homepage BannerNews Twitter Pinterest By admin – May 16, 2015 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Google+ Google+ Facebook WhatsApp Cllr Patsy KellyCalls have been made to challenge the Department of Regional Development following the news that ratepayers could foot the bill of ₤6.4 million pounds for the restoration of Derry’s Queen’s Quay.Due to the formation of the new Derry and Strabane Super Council, ratepayers from both areas are being expected to pay for maintenance and upkeep that may not necessarily be in their own townland.SDLP Cllr Patsy Kelly says the DRD are handing over things that are not fit for purpose and is asking the council to challenge them on the matter:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/patsy12.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleFinn Harps look to extend lead in CobhNext articleInternational Managers take charge of Mark Farren Fund Match admin Pinterest WhatsApp Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released Twitter Ratepayers could foot the bill of 6.4 million for restoration of Derry’s Queen’s Quay Facebook HSE warns of ‘widespread cancellations’ of appointments next week PSNI and Gardai urged to investigate Adams’ claims he sheltered on-the-run suspect in Donegal Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry
Top StoriesDisputes Which Are To Be Adjudicated By DRTs Are Not Arbitrable: Supreme Court Overrules 2012 Delhi HC Judgment LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK14 Dec 2020 9:47 PMShare This – xOverruling a Full Bench decision of Delhi High Court, the Supreme Court has observed that the disputes which are to be adjudicated by the Debt Recovery Tribunal [DRT] under the DRT Act are non-arbitrable.To hold that the claims of banks and financial institutions covered under the DRT Act are arbitrable would deprive and deny these institutions of the specific rights including the modes…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginOverruling a Full Bench decision of Delhi High Court, the Supreme Court has observed that the disputes which are to be adjudicated by the Debt Recovery Tribunal [DRT] under the DRT Act are non-arbitrable.To hold that the claims of banks and financial institutions covered under the DRT Act are arbitrable would deprive and deny these institutions of the specific rights including the modes of recovery specified in the DRT Act, the bench comprising Justices NV Ramana, Sanjiv Khanna and Krishna Murari observed while overruling Delhi High Court judgment in HDFC Bank Ltd. v. Satpal Singh Bakshi.Delhi HC JudgmentAccording to the High Court, a judgment/decision of the Debt Recovery Tribunal deciding a particular claim can never be “right in rem‟ and is a „right in personam‟ as it decides the individual case/claim before it with no elements of any public interest. “A claim of money by the bank or financial institution against the borrower cannot be treated as “right in rem‟. Each claim involves adjudication whether, on the facts of that case, money is payable by the borrower to the bank/financial institution and if so to what extent. Each case is the decision on the facts of that case with no general ramifications”, it was held by the Full Bench then headed by Justice AK Sikri. To hold that such disputes are arbitrable, the court had also observed that the Debt Recovery Tribunal is supposed to apply the same law as applied by the civil courts in deciding the dispute coming before it and is enforcing contractual rights of the Banks.There is a prohibition against waiver of jurisdiction of the DRT by necessary implicationIn the judgment delivered on Monday (14 December 2020), court was answering a reference from a two judge bench which had doubted the dictum laid down in Himangni Enterprises v. Kamaljeet Singh Ahluwalia (2017) 10 SCC 706 that landlord-tenant disputes governed by the provisions of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882, are not arbitrable as this would be contrary to public policy.Referring to Transcore v. Union of India, the bench observed that the DRT Act is a complete code by itself as far as recovery of debt is concerned. The bench added that the doctrine of election to select arbitration as a dispute resolution mechanism by mutual agreement is available only if the law accepts existence of arbitration as an alternative remedy and freedom to choose is available. The bench observed:”When arbitration cannot enforce and apply such rights or the award cannot be implemented and enforced in the manner as provided and mandated by law, the right of election to choose arbitration in preference to the courts or public forum is either completely denied or could be curtailed. In essence, it is necessary to examine if the statute creates a special right or liability and provides for the determination of each right or liability by the specified court or the public forum so constituted, and whether the remedies beyond the ordinary domain of the civil courts are prescribed. When the answer is affirmative, arbitration in the absence of special reason is contraindicated. The dispute is non-arbitrable.”Disagreeing with the High Court ruling, the bench observed that there is a prohibition against waiver of jurisdiction of the DRT by necessary implication. It said:”Decision in HDFC Bank Ltd. holds that only actions in rem are non-arbitrable, which as elucidated above is the correct legal position. However, non-arbitrability may arise in case the implicit prohibition in the statute, conferring and creating special rights to be adjudicated by the courts/public fora, which right including enforcement of order/provisions cannot be enforced and applied in case of arbitration. To hold that the claims of banks and financial institutions covered under the DRT Act are arbitrable would deprive and deny these institutions of the specific rights including the modes of recovery specified in the DRT Act. Therefore, the claims covered by the DRT Act are non-arbitrable as there is a prohibition against waiver of jurisdiction of the DRT by necessary implication. The legislation has overwritten the contractual right to arbitration” CASE: VIDYA DROLIA vs. DURGA TRADING CORPORATION [ CIVIL APPEAL NO. 2402 OF 2019 ]CORAM: Justices NV Ramana, Sanjiv Khanna and Krishna Murari Also Read : Allegations Of Fraud Arbitrable When They Relate To Civil Dispute: Supreme Court Overrules ‘N Radhakrishnan’ JudgmentLandlord-Tenant Disputes Under Transfer Of Property Act Arbitrable Except When Covered By Rent Control Laws : Supreme CourtExpression ‘Existence Of Arbitration Agreement’ In Section 11 Of Arbitration Act Includes Aspect Of Validity Of Agreement : Supreme CourtClick here to read/download the judgmentRead Judgment Next Story
Robert Lovell FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY — After a year experimenting with voluntary clear bags at University of Utah athletic events held in Rice-Eccles Stadium and the Huntsman Center, a clear bag policy to enhance public safety and make access more efficient has been officially enacted for 2018-19.The first event under the mandatory clear bag policy will be the annual Red Zone Fan Fest on Saturday, Aug. 18 from 6-8 p.m. in Rice-Eccles Stadium.The University of Utah adopted this policy in order to provide a great game day experience by making the stadium access more efficient. This proactive measure will enhance security inside and outside of the athletics venues and speed up the security screening process for all fans.The approved clear plastic bag size is a maximum of 12 inches x 6 inches x 12 inches or a one-gallon clear plastic bag. Each ticketed guest can carry one (1) large clear bag, along with a small clutch for privacy.A variety of options are available, including a clear 12” by 6” by 12” bag with no commercial identification or an inexpensive Ziploc bag. In addition, fans may carry their own small clutches. For fans wishing to purchase team logo bags, they are available at URedZone.com.Guests wishing to bring in cameras, binoculars, smart phones or tablets, may carry these into the stadium as long as they are not in a bag or case. For example, while binoculars and cameras are allowed, the binocular/camera case is not allowed.Only approved seat cushions (18” in width or less) may be carried into the venue. Large traditional seat cushions that have pockets, zippers, compartments or covers are not permitted. Seat cushions and seat backs without pockets, zippers, compartments or covers are permitted.Guests may also bring blankets and jackets into the venues by tossing them over a shoulder or arm. Items that are folded must be opened and inspected in order to gain entry into the venue.Guests carrying medically necessary bags or equipment into a venue will be required to have their bag inspected by security. Diaper bags are permitted but will be subject to search. Guests must have the infant(s) present for which the diaper bag is being carried when the diaper bag is searched.Prohibited bags will be turned away. Guests carrying a prohibited bag will not be permitted into the venue and will need to return their bags to their vehicle.A complete list of approved and prohibited bags are below. Fans can also access Utah’s clear bag policy and FAQ page by visiting www.stadium.utah.edu/clearbag.Approved items:Clear plastic bags (no larger than 12″ x 6″ x 12″)Seat cushions and chair backs (no larger than 18”; no pockets, zippers or covers)Non-transparent clutch purses (no larger than 4.5″ x 6.5″)One-gallon clear bags (re-sealable)Approved family care/diaper bags (must have infant present; bag will be subject to search)Prohibited items:BackpackSolid print plastic bagFanny packPurseMesh bagDuffel bagLarge tote/computer bagCamera/binoculars caseCinch/drawstring bagGrocery bag August 9, 2018 /Sports News – Local Utah Athletics Introduces Clear Bag Policy Written by Tags: Clear Bag Policy/Utah Utes