Bath v Worcester live stream: How to watch from anywhere

first_imgThat’s because BT Sport has a contract-free monthly pass that allows you to get instant access to all four of their sport channels for just £25.That’s great value given they are showing every Premiership match played behind closed doors live and will also be covering the European Champions and Challenge Cup knockout stages in September and October. Plus, you can cancel at any time because there’s no contract.Get a BT Sport Monthly PassIf you’re from the UK but are overseas when Bath v Worcester takes place, you can get your normal live stream but you’ll need a VPN – see the information above.Bath v Worcester live stream: How to watch from EuropeIf you’re in Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein or Switzerland, you can watch Bath v Worcester (kick-off 8.45pm) through the live and on-demand streaming service DAZN.Bath v Worcester live stream: How to watch from the USAIf you live in the States, the official broadcaster of Premiership matches is NBC, with matches streamed on NBC Sports Gold so you can watch them anytime and anywhere.Bath v Worcester will kick off at 2.45pm EST and 11.45am on the West Coast.The NBC Sports Gold Pass for rugby is $79.99 and includes coverage of the Gallagher Premiership, European Champions and Challenge Cups, and Guinness Six Nations.Bath v Worcester live stream: How to watch from AustraliaFor those in Australia, Fox Sports have the rights to show Premiership matches and you can watch Bath v Worcester at 4.45am (AEST).The Foxtel Sports HD bundle is $74 a month – and you get 50+ other channels as well as Foxtel GO so you can watch when on the move.Foxtel Sports HD bundle Can’t get to the shops? You can download the digital edition of Rugby World straight to your tablet or subscribe to the print edition to get the magazine delivered to your door.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Bath v Worcester live stream: How to watch from New ZealandIt’s little wonder that Sky Sport NZ, with ten sports channels, including one dedicated to rugby, is the rights-holder for Premiership matches in New Zealand.If you want to tune in to Bath v Worcester from the Land of the Long White Cloud, the match kicks off at 6.45am on Thursday on Sky Sport NZ 1.It costs $31.99 a month to add Sky Sport to your Sky Starter pack ($25.99) but if you sign up for 12 months before 30 September 2020 you’ll get your first month free. Plus, you’ll get Sky Go, which allows you to watch live rugby wherever you are.Sky Sport NZ offer Winging it: Nick David of Worcester Warriors scores in February (Getty Images) Hosts Bath are well in the mix for the Premiership play-offs We recommend VPN services in the context of legal recreational uses. For example:Accessing a service from another country (subject to the terms and conditions of that service)Protecting your online security and strengthening your online privacy when abroadWe do not support or condone the illegal or malicious use of VPN services. Consuming pirated content that is paid-for is neither endorsed nor approved by Future Publishing.  Bath v Worcester live stream: How to watch the Premiership match online from anywhereBath are well in the mix for the play-off spots, sitting in fifth in the Gallagher Premiership after winning four out of five games since the restart of the league. They host struggling Worcester at The Rec after toppling Harlequins 41-27 at The Stoop on Saturday.Meanwhile Worcester went down 36-13 to Bristol last Friday night.Josh McNally captains Bath after 11 personnel changes. Will Chudley and Josh Matavesi are the starting half-backs, hooker Ross Batty returns to the matchday squad for the first time since 18 January (he’s on the bench here) and Juan Schoeman, Kieren Verden and Orlando Bailey could make their debuts too.Worcester make a whopping 14 swaps of their own. Samoa wing Ed Fidow gets a first start since January, while lock Andrew Kitchener is unavailable after being sent off against Bristol. Exciting young centre Ollie Lawrence is the only player to keep his place after the Bristol loss, while club captain Ted Hill is amongst the replacements.It was excruciatingly close las time these two met – a 22-21 Bath win in February – as Worcester came roaring in at the death, but a Chris Pennell penalty drifted painfully past the posts.Bath Rugby: Tom de Glanville; Semesa Rokoduguni, Max Clark, Cameron Redpath, Gabriel Hamer-Webb; Josh Matavesi, Will Chudley; Lewis Boyce, Jack Walker, Christian Judge, Josh McNally (Captain), Elliott Stooke, Tom Ellis, Miles Reid, Zach Mercer.Replacements: Ross Batty, Juan Schoeman, Kieran Verden, Mike Williams, Sam Underhill, Max Green, Orlando Bailey, Jonathan Joseph.Worcester Warriors: Chris Pennell, Nick David, Ollie Lawrence, Will Butler (Captain), Ed Fidow; Billy Searle, Jono Kitto; Callum Black, Beck Cutting, Richard Palframan, Justin Clegg, James Scott, Matt Cox, Sam Lewis, Tom Dodd.Replacements: Isaac Miller, Kai Owen, Joe Morris, Ted Hill, Matti Williams, Gareth Simpson, Scott van Breda, Alex Hearle.Find a reliable stream for this showdown below…How to watch Bath v Worcester from outside your countryIf you’re abroad, but still want to watch your local Premiership coverage, like Bath v Worcester, you can do so by using a VPN – Virtual Private Network.VPNs allow you to get around any geo-blocking by changing your IP address so you appear in a different location and can watch the same legal Premiership live stream you would at home.Our friends at TechRadar have tested hundreds of VPN and recommend ExpressVPN, which is easy to use, has strong security features and allows you to watch on several devices at once, including smart TVs and phones, iPads, tablets, PCs and Macs.Plus, ExpressVPN comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. You can try it out for a month for free or sign up for an annual plan and get three months free.Check out ExpressVPN Bath v Worcester live stream: How to watch from the UKBath v Worcester, which kicks off at 7.45pm on Wednesday 9 September, will be shown live on BT Sport 1 in the UK. If you don’t have a BT contract but want to watch the match, don’t worry because you can still easily watch it online. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALSlast_img read more

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Danielle Waterman opens up on trolling in new documentary

first_img Danielle Waterman opens up on trolling in new documentaryDanielle Waterman questioned whether to continue with punditry after being subjected to online trolling.The former England player and World Cup winner known as ‘Nolli’ has commentated for Channel 4 and ITV since retiring from international rugby in 2018, but she reveals in a new documentary that she considered stepping back from a media career.The “sting” of the online abuse came to a climax following an article about trolling directed at her.In a new HSBC documentary, Finding Her Voice, 36-year-old Waterman said: “The guys get loads of grief from trolls and it isn’t necessarily just about my gender. But there’s always a sting in the tail.“The way they describe me. The way they talk about what I deliver. They talk about my voice. The words they describe me (with) they would never use to describe a male pundit.“There was one comment that was made on the back of an article that was published, about the trolling around me, and it said, ‘Well, it’s her choice to be put in the limelight’. It made me stop.“It made me think about, yeah, it is my choice. That was probably when I then really asked the question, ‘Do I want to do this? Why am I putting myself through this?’ I’m getting tremendously upset about things that have been written about me. It’s upsetting my family.” Can’t get to the shops? Download the digital edition of Rugby World straight to your tablet. Subscribe to the print edition for magazine delivery to your door.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You can watch the documentary here… LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALScenter_img While Waterman contemplated taking a step back from commentary, she ultimately decided to stick with it because of the advice she gives to girls.“One of my biggest passions is inspiring young girls,” she added. “If I’m saying to them, ‘You can do anything’ I’ve got to listen to that.“The way I was brought up wasn’t that I was any different to my brothers. My parents were amazing and they made me believe that I could play a sport that was for boys because I was good at it.“But it is hard when you’re the person who’s the punchbag.” The World Cup winner considered stepping back from punditry because of online abuselast_img read more

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‘Communion Across Difference’ group continues church’s ongoing LGBTQ-inclusion conversation

first_img‘Communion Across Difference’ group continues church’s ongoing LGBTQ-inclusion conversation General Convention task force begins work to create ‘mutual flourishing’ among those who disagree on same-sex marriage Rector Shreveport, LA General Convention 2015, Rector Albany, NY The Rev. Jordan Hylden, Diocese of Dallas canon theologian, suggests that the Task Force for Communion Across Difference ought to aim to craft “a generational peace” over the church’s differences about human sexuality. Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg/Episcopal News Service[Episcopal News Service – Rosemont, Illinois] The latest chapter in The Episcopal Church’s more than 50-year-old conversation about the full inclusion of LGBTQ people in the life of the church began this week with the goal of seeking “a lasting path forward for mutual flourishing” of those Episcopalians who disagree about the church’s stance on same-sex marriage.The Task Force for Communion Across Difference’s mandate, found in General Convention Resolution A227, sets that goal and asks the group to find that path while acknowledging convention’s “clear decision” that Christian marriage can be a covenant between two people of the same sex or of the opposite sex, and that the church is committed to providing access to marriage rites for all. The resolution also affirms “the indispensable place that the minority who hold to this Church’s historic teaching on marriage have in our common life, whose witness the Church needs.”General Convention in July 2018 called for the communion task force as part of its decision to end (via Resolution B012) the church’s requirement that bishops give their permission for clergy to use the two marriage rites that the previous meeting of convention had authorized (via Resolution 2015-A054) for trial use by both same-sex and opposite-sex couples.The Rev. Susan Russell, one of the task force conveners and a priest from the Diocese of Los Angeles who has advocated for years for greater LGBTQ inclusion in The Episcopal Church, acknowledged that the members of the task force bring “two polarities” to the table. The resolution calls for the 14 members to be evenly divided between those who believe marriage is only between a man and a woman and those who hold that marriage is a covenant between two people.Russell said she believes that A227 calls on the group to find ways not only for individuals to move forward but “to create a process and a space where we can demonstrate to the wider church and then equip our church to show to a wider world what it means to mutually flourish across difference.”Tennessee Bishop John Bauerschmidt, one of the task force conveners, tells the members that he hopes the church can find some peace amid its differences. Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg/Episcopal News ServiceTennessee Bishop John Bauerschmidt, the task force’s other convener, told the group that he “was not tremendously involved in the church wars of the early part of this century and before,” but was instead a parish priest who “tried not to get too distracted” by the full-inclusion debate. Bauerschmidt opposes same-sex marriage and requires that priests who want to use the rites have the “pastoral support” of East Tennessee Bishop Brian Cole.“I have observed that we have spent a lot of time – decades’ worth – fighting in The Episcopal Church around these issues of marriage and inclusion of LGBTQ people,” Bauerschmidt said during the group’s round of introduction. “I’m really interested in, at this point, what the peace looks like.”Fred Ellis, a longtime LGBTQ advocate from Dallas, where Bishop George Sumner opposes same-sex marriage, told the task force that he once co-chaired a diocesan reconciliation group to work on the differences among Dallas Episcopalians on human sexuality.“Out of that we learned a way in the Diocese of Dallas to talk with each other, not at each other, to talk with each other and not be angry. We have come a long way in that diocese,” he said.“I think we can do this. I think we can find a way.”Anna Haeffner of the Diocese of Southwest Florida told the task force that her parish, the Church of the Redeemer in Sarasota, is a “traditional, orthodox” congregation in a diocese that also has congregations “that are not orthodox.” Same-sex marriages are happening in the diocese, “but we’ve all been able to coexist,” she said.“I’m excited when you talk about us being able to talk with each other and not at each other,” Haeffner said. “We have to stop being angry or be able to get past the anger and have a conversation and figure out how we’re going to move on because it is heartbreaking to see our brothers and sisters leave.”The Rev. Jordan Hylden, Diocese of Dallas canon theologian and an opponent of same-sex marriage, told his colleagues that he liked the resolution’s emphasis on a lasting path forward.“I think we’re charged with doing something that’s not just meant to last the next three years,” he said, suggesting that the task force ought to aim to craft “a generational peace” over the church’s differences about human sexuality.Vermont Bishop Tom Ely says other issues about authority and power underlie the debate about same-sex marriage. Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg/ Episcopal News ServiceVermont Bishop Tom Ely, who has long advocated for honoring same-sex relationships, up to and including marriage, said that work has also required attention to “the reconciliation that is necessary for that to happen.”Underlying the debate about same-sex marriage are other issues, he said, including the “deeper question of authority and power, especially that of bishops” and what they understand their role to be. In addition, he said, there is also the question of whether tradition is something that is static or if “we’re talking about something that is unfolding.” He cited such issues such as the theological and biblical understanding of racism or the earlier ban on remarriage after divorce.The church’s human sexuality conversation began in the late 1960sThe Episcopal Church has been debating human sexuality issues at least since 1967, when what was then known as the Joint Commission on the Church in Human Affairs asked the General Convention to initiate a study of homosexuality.At the commission’s recommendation, convention said in Resolution 1976-A069 that “it is the sense of this General Convention that homosexual persons are children of God who have a full and equal claim with all other persons upon the love, acceptance, and pastoral concern and care of the Church.” It also called on the church (via Resolution 1976-A089) to “engage in serious study and dialogue in the area of human sexuality, (including homosexuality) as it pertains to various aspects of life, particularly living styles, employment, housing, and education.” Bishops and deputies also passed resolutions asserting that “homosexual persons” have the right to full and equal protection of the laws and calling for a study of ordination of “homosexual persons.”Every General Convention since then has included debate on some aspect of the issue.What is ‘mutual flourishing’?Task force members this week grappled with what General Convention meant by “mutual flourishing.” Russell told Episcopal News Service that the conversations were “deep and challenging” and involved the questions of “what we [each] needed to mutually flourish, what we had to give up in order for others to mutually flourish, and what the promise was in both of those things for the church.”During a discussion about what each person needed, Hylden seemed to echo those members of the task force who oppose the church’s stance on marriage when he said, “I need to know that the traditional view of marriage has a place, to be defined later, in the teaching and polity of this church. If it didn’t, then I really probably shouldn’t be a priest of this church.”The Rev. Susan Russell, one of the task force conveners, speaks about the costs and benefits of mutual flourishing, while Christopher Wells listens. Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg/Episcopal News ServiceMutual flourishing, Russell said, means she has to give up the idea that everyone is going to accept that she is married to her wife. “And I have to be married to my wife,” Russell said. “As a baptized member of this church, I have to have full access to the sacrament of marriage, which I do.”Just as she cannot discount those with whom she disagrees as anything less than beloved of God, Russell said, neither will she allow others to be blocked from full inclusion in the church because of someone else’s theology.The Rev. Tanya Wallace, a priest in the Diocese of Western Massachusetts who is in a same-sex marriage, said for her the issue isn’t a difference of opinion; “it’s who I am.” She doesn’t want the church to become “a place where anyone has to wonder if there’s room at the table” for people like her and “for people who disagree and with whom I disagree.”“I’m willing to labor together and I’m willing to weigh cost and benefit, as long as it’s not denying the personhood of people,” Wallace said.The Rev. Scott Garno, a priest in the Diocese of Albany, said he opposes same-sex marriage but described his friendship with Wallace that began when they served together on a 2012 General Convention legislative committee. They see “each other as fellow Christians” who trust each other’s motives, he said.“For those in the minority position, it feels like the polity is pushing the policy further and further to the point where it feels like there isn’t always a place in the church for this particular minority’s voice,” Garno said. Mutual flourishing for him, he said, requires that the resolution’s idea of the “indispensable place” that the minority should have in the church must be lived out, “not just individual voices but actually living out in our politics and policy.”The members of the Task Force for Communion Across Difference spent two days in a hotel near Chicago O’Hare International Airport discussing how to help Episcopalians talk with each other about difficult issues. Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg/Episcopal News ServiceAs their meeting ended on March 21, the task force members agreed that mutual flourishing within The Episcopal Church means:“to grow together in mutual love, affection and trust, recognizing our differences;“to honor the polity of The Episcopal Church and the authority of the General Convention;“to respect the dignity of one another as we engage the challenging work of discernment and transformation, so that all members, faith communities and dioceses of The Episcopal Church may experience an equal, indispensable and unqualified place and voice in the shared Body of Christ;“to speak and listen to one another and strive, wherever wounds may exist, to do all in our power to labor together toward reconciliation, walking together in the way of love so that God’s reconciling mission may flourish; and“to pray without ceasing for one another and for God’s grace to guide us more deeply into loving relationships.”“Our hope is that the work that we’ve begun here can be a model for how other communities throughout the church can likewise engage in courageous conversations across difference, finding that the commonalities are greater than the differences and finding our path forward to truly enable all members of the body to mutually flourish,” Russell told ENS.Perhaps the work of the task force, she said, is something the church can offer “as a witness to a country and to a world that is increasingly polarized and divided.”To that end, the task force plans to offer to the church a process for groups to have the kind of conversations that it had over two days here. And, Russell said, the committee needs to fulfill its mandate to consult Episcopalians who represent the church’s diversity as well as with other Anglicans and ecumenical partners. “The scope of our work is still evolving,” she said.The communion group was one of five task forces that had their initial face-to-face meetings at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare on March 19-22. The others were the Task Force to Study Sexism in TEC & Develop Anti-Sexism Training, the Task Force to Develop Model Sexual Harassment Policies, the Task Force on Theological Education Networking and the Task Force on Formation & Ministry of the Baptized.– The Rev. Mary Frances Schjonberg is the Episcopal News Service’s senior editor and reporter. 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House 784 / Stephenson ISA Studio

first_img United Kingdom ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/386138/house-784-stephenson-isa-studio Clipboard House 784 / Stephenson ISA Studio Architects: Stephenson ISA Studio Area Area of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeStephenson ISA StudioOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesWoodHousesUnited KingdomPublished on June 13, 2013Cite: “House 784 / Stephenson ISA Studio” 13 Jun 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Read commentsBrowse the CatalogSinkshansgroheBathroom Mixers – MetrisVinyl Walls3MVinyl Finish – DI-NOC™ EffectPartitionsSkyfoldIntegrating Operable Walls in a SpaceBricksEndicottBrick Facade at the Bruce Nesbitt African American Cultural CenterBathroom FurnitureBradley Corporation USAToilet Partition CubiclesSkylightsLAMILUXGlass Skylight F100 CircularLightsLouis PoulsenOutdoor Lighting – Flindt GardenRailing / BalustradesSolarluxBalcony Glazing – SL 60eUrban ShadingPunto DesignPublic Architecture in Residential ComplexDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile Products in Palazzo VolpiChairshorgenglarusUpholstered Chair – diva 5-154Wall / Ceiling LightsHE WilliamsLED Downlight – 4DR RoundMore products »Read commentsSave世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Year:  Photographs:  Courtesy of Stephenson ISA StudioText description provided by the architects. The house is sited on a tree lined suburban road in Cheshire and was designed for a young family couple. On the road, the house types are suburban; conservative, bland and mock traditional. Our approach was to create a fresh contemporary version of the suburban house type; one that reacts to its context and is tailored to suit the specific needs of the client. The client asked us to design a four bedroom contemporary house to house their family. They also asked for a three car garage, and an independent granny flat (this later became adapted to become the children’s playroom.) Of prime concern to the client was the privacy of the living areas and the garden. They were also keen that the internal spaces felt bright and open with rooms flowing into one another; They did not want everything to be visible upon first entering the house, rather that it allowed one to meander through it; discovering places and views as one does so. During the whole design and construction process, the clients were very open to suggestions and permitted us a great deal of design freedom.Save this picture!Courtesy of Stephenson ISA StudioRecommended ProductsDoorsVEKADoors – VEKAMOTION 82DoorsStudcoAccess Panels – AccessDorWindowsVitrocsaMinimalist Window – SlidingDoorsGorter HatchesRoof Hatch – RHT AluminiumWhen commencing the design, we first looked at how the garden could relate to the internal spaces. To the front of the house, there was a large south facing garden, which in the neighbouring properties was poorly utilised due to its visual exposure to the public road. Our starting point therefore was to create extra screening along the site boundary to allow this area to become a useable private family outdoor space. As the outdoor garden space was now private, we were then able to put the living areas on the ground floor, allowing for direct access from inside to out. The privacy of the gardens also allowed us to create large window openings, providing views into the garden without the need for screening, during the day or night. We designed the house in such a way that rooms did flow into one another, with each room having its own individual relationship with the outside, creating a dramatic spatial sequence.In order to divide the vehicle and pedestrian entrance, we ran a concrete wall from the house to the site entrance, dividing the front garden up into pedestrian entrance/garden and driveway. This wall also worked to physically anchor the house into the site and its context.Save this picture!Courtesy of Stephenson ISA StudioThe actual form of the building is expressed as the meeting of two volumes; the main volume contains the house, whilst the lower stone volume’s wing contains the granny flat and garage. The solid stone block sits aligned with its neighbours whilst the higher rendered block cantilevers over it on the south elevation, creating a dramatic entrance. In a way, the whole design is about the drama of entrance; even as you move through the house the visitor is continuously entering; discovering the drama of each space sequentially.We did have a lot of opposition from the planning department and had to really struggle to get the building approved. The planning officer put the project to committee as she said that she did not understand modern architecture! We had also originally designed a canopied entrance gateway, but the planners asked us to remove this. We later submitted a separate application for this item as we felt so strongly about its importance to the design, but it was rejected at appeal.Save this picture!Courtesy of Stephenson ISA StudioAs we had to work within a tight budget, we spent a lot of time searching for good quality materials at low prices; bartering with companies to get better prices. One of the joys of working on this project was investigating the qualities of the different materials and assembling with the client an acceptable materials palette. Externally, we used a white silicone render and sandblasted Jura limestone (which we had discovered on another project. This stone could be supplied at low cost and by sandblasting it, gave it the appearance of Portland stone.) For the internal floor surfaces we primarily used the same Jura limestone on the ground floor (but from a different seam and in a different finish.) On the first floor, we used chemically treated light brown oak timber flooring. Within the ensuites, we used flamed black granite stone tiles, which we were able to purchase at an extremely low cost as it was meant to be used for street paving.The building’s structure was made up of concrete floor slabs on blockwork. The structure was initially designed and detailed as a steel frame, but it was discovered very late on that a very large saving could be made by simplifying the construction method. Again for budget reasons, we used a metal deck roof. One of the joys of working on this project was working with craftsmen, like the stone masons and the carpenters who really understood their materials and were able to pass on their knowledge and contribute to the building’s construction.Save this picture!Courtesy of Stephenson ISA StudioThe contractor turned out to be very good. Although they had never constructed a modern building before, they worked with a high level of enthusiasm, understanding and pride. But because of their novelty, they were unable to keep the programme under control and it extended significantly beyond their expected completion date.Save this picture!First Floor PlanProject gallerySee allShow lessArchitect’s Eye 2013 Competition WinnersArchitecture NewsAlfenz Bridge / Marte.Marte ArchitectsSelected Projects Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/386138/house-784-stephenson-isa-studio Clipboard Houses Save this picture!Courtesy of Stephenson ISA Studio+ 14 Share House 784 / Stephenson ISA StudioSave this projectSaveHouse 784 / Stephenson ISA Studio ArchDaily CopyHouses•United Kingdom 2007 Area:  486 m² Area:  486 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects Year:  Photographs 2007 “COPY” “COPY”last_img read more

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Plastic House II / Unit Arkitektur AB

first_img “COPY” Save this picture!© Per NadénText description provided by the architects. West of Gothenburg lies Sweden’s fourth biggest island – Hisingen. Travelling from the centre of Gothenburg towards the western side of Hisingen, you first pass Volvos industrial production units before reaching the coast and the ferry terminal which connects Hisingen to the northern archipelago. Just north of Hjulvik´s ferry terminal, a shift in the landscape occurs – from Hisingens plains (former seafloor) to Bohusläns coastal landscape with its ancient and sweeping outcrops of gneiss and granite. The last kilometre to the site winds and rises before finally you are rewarded with a great view back towards the ferry terminal. This area is called Hästevik. The clients for the Plastic house II are the same as for our first built house ten years before – Plastic house I. They have now bought this real estate, some kilometres from the old house, and wanted to complement the existing summer house with a new single-story house.Save this picture!Floor Plan 1Recommended ProductsDoorsSky-FrameInsulated Sliding Doors – Sky-Frame ArcWoodAccoyaAccoya® Cladding, Siding & FacadesDoorsECLISSESliding Pocket Door – ECLISSE LuceWindowsJansenWindows – Janisol PrimoSave this picture!© Per NadénThe family has three kids. Hästevik has, as many areas, been transformed from having mostly summer houses to become a permanent residential area. Building permits have been handed out liberally and small houses have been replaced with bigger ones. The effects on nature have been so considerable that almost no trace of the original coastal character is left. Basements have been sunken into the mountains, crevices and valleys levelled and fundaments introduced, creating terraces and lawns. The sweeping lines and the exposed mountains natural to the West coast have been blown away, bit by bit. For us, two things were fundamental during the design process of Plastic house II. First to maximize the fantastic view and second to minimize the impact on nature. We can basically demount the house and the only thing left would be the 19 holes drilled in the mountain for the pillars. To reduce the footprint further the drains have been placed above ground and covered with a layer of earth.Save this picture!© Per NadénWe strove to keep the design simple and at the same time retain a luxurious feel as in the Case Study Houses built in the early fifties in California. A kind of glamour camping. A simplicity and comprehensibility in the built structure but with generous living qualities. At the same time, we tried to build in dissonances both in the material palette and the actual geometric composition, to avoid too much of a classic modernism. The floor plan is simple – private areas facing east and the public area, with direct access to the adjacent granite rocks, facing west. The division between the two parts lies at the centre of the house, along with the longitudinal axis. The public area with kitchen and living room can be separated from the kid’s living area by means of a sliding door.Save this picture!© Per NadénThe house is supported by 19 circular 80 mm columns. Each column is placed in a drilled hole (300 mm deep) and has been fixed with an expanding plaster. The locations and the heights of the columns have been measured in on-site to enable prefabrication before the galvanization. The columns support three HEA 200 beams that support the whole house. All steelwork is galvanized and powder-coated in white. The complete steel construction was carried out in two weeks. On top of the steel, a prefabricated wooden frame was mounted in less than three weeks. The underside of the house has been covered with white perforated corrugated aluminium. Due to the exposed position, all other metalwork consists of coated aluminium. The windows have been built with Schüchos system. The facade is a development of the system we created for Plastic house I. A façade with 5 mm opaque PMMA is taped with velcro acrylic foam tape mounted on standing sheet metal studs, to avoid exposed fixings and to handle the thermal expansion. The sheets can then easily be demounted if need of replacement.Save this picture!SectionSave this picture!© Per NadénProject gallerySee allShow lessMyChelsea Boutique Hotel / Design Haus LibertySelected ProjectsHouse with a Chandelier / AB CHVOYASelected Projects Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/887597/plastic-house-ii-unit-arkitektur-ab Clipboard 2017 Projects Plastic House II / Unit Arkitektur ABSave this projectSavePlastic House II / Unit Arkitektur ABSave this picture!© Per Nadén+ 37Curated by María Francisca González Share Manufacturers: Kvänum, GLASFIBER OCH PLAST ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/887597/plastic-house-ii-unit-arkitektur-ab Clipboard Ventilation:VVS-miljö GöteborgStatics:KIB UddevallaCountry:SwedenMore SpecsLess Specs Architects: Unit Arkitektur AB Area Area of this architecture project Photographs CopyHouses•Sweden Sweden “COPY” Plastic House II / Unit Arkitektur AB Area:  200 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Lead Architects: Photographs:  Per Nadén Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Houses ArchDaily Principals Mikael Frej & Klas Moberg Year:  CopyAbout this officeUnit Arkitektur ABOfficeFollowProductsWoodPlastic#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesSwedenPublished on January 24, 2018Cite: “Plastic House II / Unit Arkitektur AB” 24 Jan 2018. 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Abduction of journalists becoming increasingly common

first_imgNews Wave of Kurdish arrests of Syrian journalists Related documents 130129_cp_syrie_ar-2.pdfPDF – 323.75 KB January 29, 2013 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Abduction of journalists becoming increasingly common Read in Arabic (بالعربية)The abduction of three foreign journalists near Aleppo for 12 hours on 22 January has reinforced Reporters Without Borders’ concern about abductions of both foreign and Syrian journalists in the course of Syria’s ongoing armed conflict.A total of four foreign journalists are currently being held by abductors, or are missing and possibly held captive.Reporters Without Borders urges their captors to release them and reminds all parties to the conflict that, under international law, they should not target journalists. It also calls on the Syrian authorities to release the 36 journalists and citizen-journalists they are currently holding.The three journalists abducted on 22 January were Mexican reporter Témoris Grecko, Hungarian reporter Balint Szlanko and Spanish photographer Andoni Lubaki. Together with a driver-interpreter and a bodyguard, they were captured by armed members of a criminal gang while heading to the northern town of Al-Ezaa, where fighting had broken out the day before, and were released after 12 hours. Read Szlanko’s account in The Daily Beast.These are the four foreign journalists who are currently captives or missing:Austin Tice – US journalist, missing for the past 170 daysA US freelancer who worked for the Washington Post, Al-Jazeera English and McClatchy, Tice went missing while reporting in a Damascus suburb on 13 August. A video showing him held by jihadis was posted online on 26 September. The only sign of life since his disappearance, it gave no indication as to where he is currently being held, exactly who is holding him and what their demands are. Ankhar Kochneva – Ukrainian journalist, kidnapped for the past 113 daysA Ukrainian journalist who has worked for many Russian news media, especially as an interpreter, Kochneva was kidnapped by a Free Syrian Army faction on 9 October. She was able to confirm by telephone the same day that she had been taken hostage. A video was released on 8 November in which she asked the Ukrainian, Russian and Syrian authorities to agree to her captors’ demands. In a second video posted online by her abductors on 29 November, she said she had worked for the Russian and Syrian intelligence services as a translator. She was almost certainly forced to make this statement.A communiqué apparently released by her abductors was posted online at the start of December. It said she would be executed if the Ukrainian, Russian and Syrian government had not met their demands by 13 December. There has been no news of her since then.Bashar Fahmi Al-Kadumi – Jordanian journalist, missing for the past 163 daysA Jordanian reporter working for US-funded Al-Hurra TV, Kadumi went missing in Aleppo on 20 August at the same time as Al-Hurra cameraman Cüneyt Ünal. After Ünal was released, he reported that Kadumi was wounded in the stomach by a shot fired by a Free Syrian Army sniper.James Foley – US journalist missing for the past 68 daysA US freelancer who works for Agence France-Presse, the GlobalPost news website, US television networks and other media, Foley was kidnapped near Taftanaz, a town in the northwestern province of Idlib on 22 November by four men armed with Kalashnikovs, who subsequently released his driver and his interpreter. After saying nothing for six weeks, Foley’s family broke their silence on 2 January, appealing publicly to his abductors. “We want Jim to come safely home, or at least we need to speak with him to know he’s okay,” his father, said. “To the people who have Jim, please contact us so we can work together toward his release.”At the same time, the Syrian authorities are currently holding at least 18 journalists and 18 citizen-journalists.Five more news providers – a journalist and four citizen-journalists – have meanwhile been killed since mid-January. The latest was sports journalist Mohamed Abd Al-Rahman, who was gunned down along with four family members in his Damascus home on 25 January. Two news activists, Amjed Al-Sayoufi and Hossein Al-Qadri, were killed by a missile on 18 January while trying to send reports and videos from a farm near Saqba, a town to the east of Damascus, Reporters Without Borders has learned.Ahmed Assaad Al-Shahab was executed by government forces when they took his village, in Homs province, on 15 January. They beheaded him and then suspended his body from a tree. Bassem Fawaz Al-Za’bi was fatally shot while covering clashes between government forces and rebels in Tafas, near the southern city of Deraa, on 13 January.At least 22 journalists and 53 citizen-journalists have been killed in connection with the gathering and dissemination of news and information since the start of the uprising in Syria in March 2011. 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Ormston house to serve Canteen Pop-up

first_imgAndrew [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A SEVEN-course tasting menu will be the treat of the week as Canteen chef owner and culinary supremo Paul Williams takes his inimitable style to the stunning surroundings of Ormston house for a unique pop-up restaurant event this weekend.Trained under the guidance and genius of Heston Blumenthal, Paul Williams has quietly, but confidently stoked the culinary fires from his Mallow Street Canteen while gathering awards and notoriety along the journey.This Saturday, Paul shakes up the service style and moves to the art-space setting of Ormston House on Patrick Street for an event that celebrates as much of the raw foodism culture as it does the artists and their work that utilise one of the city’s stunning vistas.The event aims to raise funds for the artists and to maintain the running and upkeep of the Ormston House space and all while Paul Williams tickles the tastebuds of some 40 guests.Speaking to the Limerick Post, Paul describes some of the seven dishes that will showcase  inspirations drawn from sources like the Dillisk Project in Mayo and the idea of preparing the food, straight to the plate, with little change but a maximisation of the taste.Dishes such as, St Tola’s goat cheese with peas and rocket, sloe gin cured salmon with beetroot, a carpaccio of beef with celeriac remoulade and chervil are all to proceed a handpicked black berry tasting plate.See Canteen’s facebook page or call to the Mallow Street eatery before Saturday for more details. Print Advertisement Twitter Previous articleGarda imposter sought in handbag theftNext articleLimerick people urged to help make cruelty to animals history Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie NewsOrmston house to serve Canteen Pop-upBy Staff Reporter – September 22, 2015 707 center_img WhatsApp Facebook Email Linkedinlast_img read more

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KOSTAL group in Munster is award winning industry leader

first_imgFacebook KOSTAL has had a presence in Ireland since 1981 and now has two high tech manufacturing plants located in Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick and Mallow in Cork employing almost 1000 employees.Excellence in quality is to the forefront of everything in KOSTAL Ireland GmbH. This is achieved by attracting talented individuals and then investing in their development by providing challenging opportunities to showcase their knowledge and skills.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up This approach now sees KOSTAL Ireland GmbH recognised as the centre of excellence in electronic manufacturing within the KOSTAL Group and fast becoming the knowledge hub within the group for the development of the On-Board Charger for electrically powered vehicles.This excellence in quality is also recognised by the company’s customers. KOSTAL Ireland received the ‘Supplier Excellence Silver Award’ from Jaguar Land Rover in 2017 for its outstanding performance and this year received the ‘Supplier Excellence Gold Award’ for top production performance.Group chairman and CEO Andreas Kostal attributes this success to “the engagement of all employees in Ireland and the close co-operation between Irish employees and the international KOSTAL Community”.This article is part of the Limerick Post Mid-West Industry special feature, read more articles and interviews from the feature now. Linkedin NewsBusinessKOSTAL group in Munster is award winning industry leaderBy Rose Rushe – June 30, 2018 2992 Email Twitter Population of Mid West region increased by more than 3,000 in past year TechPost | Episode 9 | Pay with Google, WAZE – the new Google Maps? and Speak don’t Type! WhatsApp Advertisementcenter_img Exercise With Oxygen Training at Ultimate Health Clinic RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Print Ann & Steve Talk Stuff | Episode 29 | Levelling Up Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow TAGSbusinessKostalMid WestMid-West Industry Special Previous articleLimerick public urged to conserve water as demand continues to riseNext articleLimerick Chamber Skillnet supporting Professional Skills for Graduate Engineers Rose Rushehttp://www.limerickpost.ieCommercial Features and Arts Editor at Limerick Post Limerick businesses urged to accept Irish Business Design Challenge last_img read more

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Regeneron reaches milestone of 1,000 employees with plans to hire more…

first_imgAdvertisement REGENERON has reached a milestone of 1,000 employees at its Industrial Operations and Product Supply (IOPS) facility in Limerick.The science-driven biotechnology company acquired the former Dell computer facility in Limerick and achieved planning approval in April 2014 for its first IOPS site outside of the United States.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The company invested more than $1 billion over the past six years to build the largest biologics manufacturing facility in Ireland and is currently recruiting for more than 60 open positions and continues to expand with construction ongoing for a new laboratory and office building.Speaking about the milestone, Daniel Van Plew, Executive Vice President and General Manager, IOPS said it is “surreal” to have more than 1000 of of the industry’s “most talented people” working at the Raheen site.“At the time we decided to set up shop in Limerick, I didn’t fully appreciate the depth of the Irish talent pool or how welcoming the community would be,” he said, adding, “It is a privilege to continue to work and grow in Limerick, and to be surrounded by so many hardworking and innovative people.”Niall O’Leary, Vice President and Site Head, IOPS said, “Employees at Regeneron work with a start-up mentality, have a strong team culture, and are passionate about the work we do.”“That has been Regeneron’s mindset for decades and we’ve brought the same attitude across the Atlantic. Since we hired our first employee in Ireland six years ago, to the 1000th employee today, we have continuously looked for people that fit our culture and this has served us very well. Our team is world-class.” WhatsApp Email BusinessNewsRegeneron reaches milestone of 1,000 employees with plans to hire more than 60 moreBy Cian Reinhardt – May 27, 2020 914 Previous articleOnline registration for Leaving Certificate Calculated Grades opensNext articleBuilding work recommences at Shannon Free Zone following the easing of restrictions 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]center_img Facebook Twitter Print Linkedinlast_img read more

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Calcutta High Court Takes Suo Moto Cognizance Of Media Reports Regarding Alleged Custodial Death Of A 15 Yr Old Boy In Birbhum [Read Order]

first_imgNews UpdatesCalcutta High Court Takes Suo Moto Cognizance Of Media Reports Regarding Alleged Custodial Death Of A 15 Yr Old Boy In Birbhum [Read Order] Sparsh Upadhyay5 Nov 2020 7:30 AMShare This – xThe Calcutta High Court has taken suo moto cognizance of the news reports regarding alleged custodial death of a 15-year-old boy at Mallarpur area in the Birbhum District.Calling the incident “serious issue concurring the violation of child rights”, the Calcutta High Court Bench comprising of Justice Harish Tandon and Justice Soumen Sen stated,”Considering the seriousness of the matter we…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?LoginThe Calcutta High Court has taken suo moto cognizance of the news reports regarding alleged custodial death of a 15-year-old boy at Mallarpur area in the Birbhum District.Calling the incident “serious issue concurring the violation of child rights”, the Calcutta High Court Bench comprising of Justice Harish Tandon and Justice Soumen Sen stated,”Considering the seriousness of the matter we direct the Superintendent of Police, Birbhum to file an affidavit disclosing the incident leading to arrest of the child, if required procedure was followed under the Juvenile Justice Act, reasons for the death of the child at the police station and also the action taken by him soon after the occurrence of the incident by 11th November, 2020.” (emphasis supplied)Notably, the order by the Calcutta High Court states that,”The matter is listed in view of news published in some of the leading English and Bengali dailies namely, The Indian Express (Kolkata Edition), The Hindu (Kolkata Edition), The Times of India (Kolkata Edition) and the Bengali daily “Anandabazar Patrika” all dated October 31, 2020 publishing news regarding alleged custodial death of a 15-year-old boy at Mallarpur area in the Birbhum District.”According to a report by ‘The Indian Express’, a 15-Year-Old Boy, who police claimed was detained in connection with theft cases, was found dead inside the toilet of the police station in Mallarpur of Birbhum on Thursday night. Primary investigation indicated that the boy hanged himself, the police claimed. “It raises a serious issue concurring the violation of child rights and procedure to be followed by the police where a child is in conflict with law”, the Court noted.In view of the importance of the matter, the Court also directed the Member Secretary of the Juvenile Justice Committee to give notice to the learned Advocate General as he was not present before the Court. The Court also observed that the West Bengal Commission for Protection of Child Rights (WBCPCR) has taken cognizance of the said incident (quoting a report by TOI).In view of the above-said, the Court directed that West Bengal Commission for Protection of Child Rights (WBCPCR) shall also file an affidavit by 11th November, 2020 .The matter has been listed for further hearing on 12th November, 2020 at 11 AM.It may be noted that in May 2020, the Patna High Court had taken suo moto cognizance of the harrowing video of a toddler trying to wake up his dead mother at the Muzaffarpur Railway Station in Bihar.In June 2020, the Tripura High Court had registered a Suo Motu Writ Petition taking cognizance of a news report that a minor girl aged about 14 years, a native of North Tripura, Unakoti District, was sold to a family in Rajasthan due to abject poverty of her familyClick Here To Download Order[Read Order]Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

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