The E Tron GT’s appearance is true to the concept with only minor changes, such as smaller mirrors and the inclusion of door handles. Its sleek, four door coupe form is also functional, with a slippery drag coefficient of 0.24. Where the sloping roofline terminates in the rear lives a deployable spoiler with two positions, called Eco and Dynamic.
Customers who belong to Amazon’s grocery service can use the Dash, which scans bar codes or takes voice commands, to restock their refrigerator and cabinets.Imagine the Dash set free on the world, and you have Amazon’s long term hopes for a phone. Sam Hall, an Amazon mobile executive, succinctly set forth the agenda in an interview a few years ago: “We’re trying to remove the barrier between ‘I want that’ and ‘I have it.'”An Amazon spokesman declined to comment on Wednesday’s event. There is always the possibility, of course, that all the rumors about a phone could be an elaborate head fake, and that the event will be something else entirely perhaps a kiss and make up ceremony between Amazon and its suppliers, with several of which it has drawn swords.No matter what, the event has more hoopla than any Amazon release within memory, indicating something big.
Media, News PremiershipsRace Diary InformationNSW Race ClubsIndustry Forms Stakes PaymentRules, Policies WHSGuide to RacingSummary of Racing NSW policy information regarding Bookmakers, Bookmaker Companies, Bookmaker Clerks and their combined services and operationsThe following information, relating to the various licensing, regulation and policy requirements of Racing NSW (RNSW) that apply to bookmakers in NSW, is issued as a guide for bookmakers and punters.Bookmakers, Bookmaker Companies, Bookmaker’s Clerks must be licensed by RNSW in order to operate in NSW. The definition in the RNSW Local Rules of Racing reads:”Bookmaker” means a natural person or eligible company licensed in accordance with section 14A of the Thoroughbred Racing Act 1996, and a person acting as a bookmaker’s agent and/or bookmaker’s remote clerk.Bookmakers operate at race meetings, in approved auditoriums or betting premises during pre determined hours.Wagering (on racing and approved betting events) in New South Wales is conducted by TAB Limited and licensed bookmakers.TAB Limited is licensed under the Totalizator Act 1997 to conduct totalizator (pari mutuel) and fixed odds wagering on racing and approved betting events.Bookmaker licensing in New South Wales is the responsibility of the relevant controlling bodies of racing.Responsibilities of the Minister and the DepartmentThe Minister for Better Regulation and Innovation is the responsible Minister with respect to the governing legislation in the case of the relevant controlling bodies of racing:Hence Liquor Gaming NSW has an important role in the provision of racing and wagering policy advice to the Minister on the above legislation. Additionally, Liquor Gaming NSW has comprehensive regulatory responsibilities over TAB Limited’s wagering activities.Liquor Gaming NSW is responsible for regulating various aspects of bookmaker activities in these spheres..