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READING, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 26: Jebb Sinclair of London Irish in action during the AVIVA Premiership match between London Irish and London Wasps at the Madejski Stadium on November 26, 2011 in Reading, England. (Photo by Ben Hoskins/Getty Images) Starting XV:15. Delon Armitage14. Topsy Ojo13. Jonathan Joseph12. Daniel Bowden11. Sailosi Tagicakibau10. Adrian Jarvis9. Ross Samson1.Max Lahiff2. James Buckland3. Faan Rautenbach4. Nick Kennedy (Captain)5. Matt Garvey6. Declan Danaher7. Richard Thorpe8. Jebb SinclairReplacements:16. Brian Blaney17. Clarke Dermody18. Paulica Ion19. Kieran Roche20. David Sisi21. Tom Homer22. Jonathan Spratt23. Darren Allinson Sinclair returns to start after a hand injuryLondon Irish has named a relatively unchanged team from the side that faced Northampton Saints last weekend for tomorrow afternoon’s Aviva Premiership match against London Wasps at Adams Park (kick-off 3pm).Nick Kennedy will again captain the side from the second row with Canadian Jebb Sinclair coming into the back row.London Irish head coach Toby Booth said: “Although the result didn’t go our way last Sunday, it was a fantastic contest, we put in a strong performance and we were focused. We need to show the same intent tomorrow to come away with a result.” LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS
You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Love is officially in the air. Why not celebrate the season with a few easy, inexpensive crafts that the whole family will enjoy. These crafts are all upcycled from old moving boxes, meaning all you really need is craft paper, glue, and stickers, and you’re ready to go. Below are four easy, do-it-yourself Valentine’s Day craft tutorials!Kid’s Valentine’s Day card boxPersonalize your child’s Valentine’s Day card box for their school party by using one of our Truckie’s Treasure Chest boxes. These boxes are simple to assemble and have handles to make for easy transportation to and from school.Supplies:1 Truckie’s Treasure Chest boxCraft paperStickersHot glue gunBox cutterScissorsStep 1: Assemble your box and place the handles into the open spaces on the side. Next, use a box cutter to make a slot on the top for Valentines to be dropped in.Step 2: Have your child cover the box in craft paper of their choice. Use a hot glue gun or tape to secure the paper to the box.Step 3: It’s time to personalize! Let your child personalize their card box with stickers, paper hearts, ribbon, and anything else they wish.Sweetheart garlandSpruce up your home by creating a classic conversation heart garland to hang in your home. I’m in love with how this turned out!Supplies:1 small boxAcrylic craft paintSponge paint brushesRed stickers or a red markerRibbonBox cutterHole punchHeart stencilsPencilStep 1: To make this simple, we decided to do a quick online search and print heart stencils. Trace as many hearts as you’d like to have on your garland and use your box cutter to carefully cut them out.Step 2: Now that your cardboard hearts are cut out, it’s time to paint. We stuck to the classic candy heart colors but your options are endless! Also, I would recommend doing two coats of paint for the best results.Step 3: After the paint is fully dry, use your hole punch on each side of the heart. String your ribbon through the holes and behind each heart to put your garland together. At the back of the first and last heart, tie a knot in the ribbon to keep them from slipping off.Step 4: Use your creativity and think of fun sayings to put on each heart! We used red stickers for accuracy and to save time but a red permanent market can work just as well.Valentine’s Day door wreathGreet your guests with love by creating a paper heart door wreath!Supplies:1 small boxCraft paperSticker lettersRibbonHot glue gunPencilScissorsBox cutterStep 1: Trace a large circle onto your box with a second circle inside it. Use your box cutter to cut out the inside circle as well as the large circle, leaving you with a base for your wreath. Keep in mind this does not have to be perfectly shaped and it is okay to have jagged edges as you will be covering it up.Step 2: Cut out various sized hearts from your craft paper and begin gluing them down to your cut out circle. Continue doing this until you are satisfied with your wreath.Step 3: We added a “LOVE” banner to the top to make it extra festive. After you are happy with the look of your wreath, use your hot glue gun to secure ribbon to the back of your wreath.Valentine’s Day dessert toppersDress up dessert by creating heart shaped toppers. We chose to go with cupcakes, but they’ll work great with almost any treat!Supplies:CardboardCraft paperToothpicks or small dowel rodHot glue gunScissorsStep 1: Cut out cardboard hearts. Tip: If you have a heart-shaped cookie cutter, use it as a stencil for perfect heart shapes.Step 2: Cover the cardboard with craft paper. We selected a variety of designs to make our cupcakes more playful.Step 3: Push your toothpick into the bottom of the cardboard heart. You may need a small amount of hot glue to secure it in place.Step 4: Pop them into the tops of your dessert and enjoy!Haven’t had enough DIY-ing yet? Check out even more Valentine’s Day crafts here, where we share homemade sweetheart garland, door wreaths, and the ultimate Valentine’s Day card box for your children’s school party! Please enter your name here Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom Please enter your comment! UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter TAGSBoxesCraftsValentines Day Previous articleFour great apps to use while traveling with kidsNext articleThe Man Behind Black History Month Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/310570/levels-house-bak-architects Clipboard Projects Levels House / BAK Architects 2011 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/310570/levels-house-bak-architects Clipboard CopyThe locationThe ground on which we should intervene, forested with maritime pines of great size, has a slope of about 3 m in its front. In connection with the street, one end thereof is elevated while the opposite has a depression that some large acacias hide the view from the street.Save this picture!Courtesy of BAK ArchitectsRecommended ProductsWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsWindowsAir-LuxSliding Window – CurvedWindowsJansenWindows – Janisol PrimoWoodAccoyaAccoya® Cladding, Siding & FacadesThe assignmentThe order of the client was a house of exposed concrete, to be used much of the year, for a blended family. It was important the social areas to be of a large size, and the master bedroom could function as a sector of great independence and be equipped as not to depend of the rest of the house. It was expressly required the house to have multiple places of saved because the idea is to live there for the three summer months continuously.Save this picture!Courtesy of BAK ArchitectsThe proposal The particular highlight of the lot, its relationship to the street and the requirement of a large program solved in sectors with some independence, are the issues that make this house a singular one, with a constructive proposal aesthetic, similar to the others built by the studio in Mar Azul.Save this picture!Courtesy of BAK ArchitectsHousing was designed resolved into four sectors connected to means levels on a single ladder. This decision allowed us to reduce the circulation areas to a minimum and go accommodating the various uses, following the natural slope of the lot and even burying part of them, reducing in this way, part of the built. The ladder of course becomes the organizer, not only functional but spatial, as a nexus between spaces that need to be integrated. With this volumetric arrangement and taking care to maintain as much vegetation, we were able to provide the house of the variety and flexibility of required spaces, without losing their independent use between them and proposing to them all, a clear integration with the landscape through openings that frame it.Save this picture!SectionProject gallerySee allShow lessProspective Photo Essay: Kimbell Art Museum & Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth / Amit…ArticlesZaha Hadid Seeing Double in ChinaArticles Share “COPY” Area: 187 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeBAK arquitectosOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesMar AzulWoodHousesArgentinaPublished on January 02, 2013Cite: “Levels House / BAK Architects” 02 Jan 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Penthouse ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/584280/pano-aad Clipboard Save this picture!© Piyawut Srisakul+ 18 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/584280/pano-aad Clipboard Thailand PANO / Ayutt and Associates designSave this projectSavePANO / Ayutt and Associates design Projects ArchDaily CopyAbout this officeAyutt and Associates designOfficeFollowProductGlass#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingPenthouseInterior DesignHousingInteriorsBangkokResidentialThailandPublished on January 06, 2015Cite: “PANO / Ayutt and Associates design” 06 Jan 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Brazil Lake House / Cadas ArquiteturaSave this projectSaveLake House / Cadas Arquitetura “COPY” Photographs: MCA Estudio Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Photographs Year: “COPY” Area: 1200 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/930343/lake-house-cadas-arquitetura Clipboard Projects 2014 Lake House / Cadas Arquitetura ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/930343/lake-house-cadas-arquitetura Clipboard ArchDaily CopyHouses•Itaipava, Brazil Houses Arquitetos: Cadas Arquitetura Area Area of this architecture project Save this picture!© MCA Estudio+ 28Curated by Matheus Pereira Share Manufacturers: Castro e Merlin, Chauffage, Francisquinho, Marmoraria Colonial, Punto, Serpa, Stephane JavelleEngineering:PH de Aquino ConstrutoraLightning:Maneco QuinderéCity:ItaipavaCountry:BrazilMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© MCA EstudioText description provided by the architects. When watching the spring bubbling up and running into the Itaipava site, we had the idea of damming it and creating a natural pool with running water, but with a cement bottom, good for swimming. When built, it resembled a lake. Above it, there is a glass annex where you can enjoy the landscape. With chilling lounge, steam room, gym, bike repair room and a jacuzzi. The celling is very high and the roof overhang resembles an old-fashioned small town railway station: there are no pillars supporting the overhang, only those walls mounted brackets.Save this picture!© MCA EstudioSave this picture!PlanSave this picture!© MCA EstudioThe house is further up the hill, and from it, you can see the depth of the property, the garden, the river and the lake. It´s something special, a huge house on one level. We created a set of roofs to add fluidity to the design, a sprawling house, connected by a raised deck that extends towards the river.Save this picture!© MCA EstudioAt the very end, there is an open-air fireplace. Inside, a home theatre is integrated into the living room, arranged around a fireplace finished in a slate strips. The same slate strips were also used on the wall of the gourmet kitchen, with forms a unique setting with the dining room. It turned out that the execution attended our client’s entire request.Save this picture!© MCA EstudioProject gallerySee allShow less Share CopyAbout this officeCadas ArquiteturaOffice•••ProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesItaipavaBrazilPublished on December 21, 2019Cite: “Lake House / Cadas Arquitetura” [Casa do Lago / Cadas Arquitetura] 20 Dec 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed .
PalestineMiddle East – North Africa Reporters Without Borders said it was extremely worried by the kidnapping of Emilio Morenatti, a Spanish photographer with the US news agency Associated Press, in the Gaza Strip this morning.“We firmly condemn Morenatti’s abduction and we call on the Palestinian authorities to do everything possible to get him released quickly,” the press freedom organisation said. “He is the eighth journalist to be kidnapped in the Gaza Strip since the start of the year. All were freed safe and sound but no investigation has ever been concluded and none of the kidnappers has been punished.”Reporters Without Borders added: “Journalists have become a favourite target of the armed groups that operate in Gaza with a disturbing degree of impunity.” The organisation wrote to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in August voicing alarm about the climate of violence for journalists in Gaza and demanding effective measures to ensure their safety.Morenatti, 37, was kidnapped by four masked gunmen as he left his home in Arrimal, in the western part of Gaza City. His assistant, Majid Hamdan, said they stuck a gun to his head as he waited for Morenatti in an Associated Press car outside, taking his keys and mobile phone. Then they drove off with Morenatti in a white car. No group has so far claimed the kidnapping. Help by sharing this information News News June 3, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders voiced relief today after learning that Spanish photographer Emilio Morenatti was freed yesterday evening, after being held for less than a day by the gunmen who kidnapped him outside his Gaza City home yesterday morning. The authorities have not revealed the identity of his kidnappers. The press freedom organisations called for a transparent investigation.“Journalists are not bargaining chips for use in settling scores,” Reporters Without Borders said. “Eight journalists have been kidnapped in the Gaza Strip since the start of the year, so it is vital that the authorities send a clear message by arresting Morenatti’s abductors.”Morenatti, who works for the US news agency Associated Press, was taken to a small room and held there for four hours by his kidnappers, who never removed their masks. He was then transferred to another location, dressed as a woman in a long veil. The Palestinian security services meanwhile contacted his kidnappers and got them to release him shortly before midnight. ————————————————————— 24.10.2006 Spanish photographer kidnapped by gunmen in Gaza WhatsApp blocks accounts of at least seven Gaza Strip journalists Spanish photographer Emilio Morenatti was freed late last night in Gaza. Reporters Without Borders calls on the Palestinian authorities to conduct a transparent investigation into his abduction. PalestineMiddle East – North Africa RSF asks ICC prosecutor to say whether Israeli airstrikes on media in Gaza constitute war crimes October 25, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Spanish photographer released on same day he was kidnapped Receive email alerts Follow the news on Palestine Israel now holding 13 Palestinian journalists to go further News News May 28, 2021 Find out more Organisation RSF_en May 16, 2021 Find out more
Email A MAJOR four-year plan outlining the future economic development and marketing of the Lough Derg area as a tourism destination has been launched by Minister Alan Kelly, Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Fáilte Ireland’s Plan for Lough Derg, entitled ‘A Roadmap for Experience Development and Destination Marketing 2014-2017’, includes the provision of marina and tourism related developments along the shoreline of Lough Derg as well as the appointment for the first time of a designated Tourism Co-ordinator for Lough Derg.Minister of State Alan Kelly said the primary purpose of the plan is to maintain and improve tourism visitor services, recreational facilities and environmental amenities around the lake and River Shannon with a view to creating a ‘Lough Derg’ experience.He continued: “We simply have to unlock Ireland’s hidden secret, which is Lough Derg. Doing this requires a vision that all parties can buy into as well as a will to get things done and this approach is the way forward.This comprehensive strategy will develop Lough Derg as a key destination for superb water based activities combined with a range of very high quality walking, cycling, heritage, culture and food experiences that will entice the domestic and international visitors to stay longer. This will be achieved through joint co-operation of all tourism stakeholders in the development and marketing of their area under the Lakelands – Lough Derg identity.”“Lough Derg is one of Ireland’s most valued tourism assets but it is also a vulnerable landscape, which is why it is imperative that it is the subject of an extensive development strategy. Fáilte Ireland and the Lough Derg Marketing Strategy Group (LDMSG), in conjunction with the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport and the local community, have delivered a strategy that will ensure that an appropriate balance is established, with development in the most appropriate locations and the protection of vulnerable areas,” added Minister of State Kelly.The key tourism attractions being targeted in the new blueprint include the development of a waterpark at the University of Limerick Activities Centre (Clare), Lough Derg Canoe/Kayak trail, a masterplan for an eco-park in Portumna (Galway) and a Discovery Point and Trailhead at the Portroe lookout (Tipperary). Meanwhile, a designated Tourism Co-ordinator for Lough Derg is expected to be appointed during the coming week. The position will be co funded by the TRAP INTERREG IVC European Union project and the Lough Derg Marketing Strategy Group (LDMSG). A key element of this position will be to engage with and support the existing tourism trade and businesses surrounding Lough Derg and ensure the effective implementation of the Plan.According to Paul Keeley of Fáilte Ireland: “The collaborative approach adopted in the development and planned roll-out of this Plan will be key to its success. Previous experience from other parts of Ireland show that such an approach does deliver results and Fáilte Ireland looks forward to working with members of the LDMSG and the Tourism Coordinator to improve existing facilities and amenities and provide additional new facilities. Furthermore, Fáilte Ireland will play a central role in the development of a unique and marketable Lough Derg brand that will ultimately lead to an increase in visitors to the region.”Mr. Joe MacGrath, LDMSG Chairperson, noted that work undertaken by the group in recent years to expand the tourism offering in Lough Derg will assist the delivery of the new plan.He explained: “The Group has for a number of years delivered its own Action Plan to develop Lough Derg as a key destination for superb water-based activities combined with a range of very high quality walking, cycling, heritage and culture and food experiences aimed at enticing the domestic and international visitor to stay longer. This objective is further strengthened through the launch of this new Plan which ensures the joint co-operation of all tourism stakeholders in the development and marketing of their area under the Lakelands – Destination Lough Derg identity.”For more on the Fáilte Ireland’s Plan for Lough Derg visit www.failteireland.ie. 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WhatsApp Pictured at the Primary School Robotics Competition is Evan Meehan, Gaelscoil O Doghair, Castletoy Limerick.IT WAS the battle of the giants, waged by little people. More than 100 primary school students went head to head and big body to big body with their self- designed sumo wrestling robots at the fourth annual Analog Devices Primary School Robotics Competition.And last stranding in the Sumo ring were students from Killoughteen N.S. who were crowned the 2018 Analog Devices Primary School Robotics Champions at the challenge which took place in Limerick this weekend.Supported by ON Semiconductor, the competition saw teams of 10 to 12 year olds from 30 schools across Limerick city and county pit their rival robots against each other.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Parents, family and friends were all in attendance to support the children during the highly competitive finale which saw the teams attempting to force each other’s robots out of a circular ring.Pictured at the Primary School Robotics Competition is Rachael Irwin, Christ the Saviour National School, Cloontemple, Ballingarry, Co. Limerick.William Ahern, Evan Broderick and Jack Kelly from Killoughteen National School won the overall competition and Noah Connell, Anna Gleeson and Nikolay Stioakine from Monaleen National School were runners up.The day-long competition started with an Advanced Robotics Workshop where teams of three or 4 students designed and built their own innovative robots for a sumo wrestling style competition.The theme and game objective was only announced during the workshop allowing for the teams to be scored for their teamwork, design and innovation. In the afternoon, each team played 4 matches with the top 16 teams going forward to tense and exciting knock-out rounds where the final points were allocated.The aim of the hugely popular competition is to promote STEM amongst primary schools students by giving them the opportunity to design, build and program their own robots. It encourages team work, creativity and facilitates learning STEM principles in a fun environment. Year-on-year Analog Devices has expanded the competition to cater for the demand from schools wishing to participate.More local news here. Advertisement St Patricks NS win battle of the bots at Limerick’s Analog Devices Primary School Robotics Competition MIC awarded €350k towards next-generation STEAM initiative Facebook Email TAGSAnalog Devices Primary School Robotics Competitiongiantsprimary school studentsSTEM Limerick schools urged to get involved in STEM challenge Previous articleApprenticeship evening for schoolsNext articlePublic urged to consider all care options as high volumes presenting at UHL Bernie Englishhttp://www.limerickpost.ieBernie English has been working as a journalist in national and local media for more than thirty years. She worked as a staff journalist with the Irish Press and Evening Press before moving to Clare. She has worked as a freelance for all of the national newspaper titles and a staff journalist in Limerick, helping to launch the Limerick edition of The Evening Echo. Bernie was involved in the launch of The Clare People where she was responsible for business and industry news. [email protected] competition to go online for Limerick students RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Print Colaiste Nano Nagle leading the way for girls in STEM – preparations underway for Teen-Turn’s SciFest 2020 Twitter Linkedin NewsLocal NewsBig battle of the little robot-buildersBy Bernie English – March 12, 2018 1123 Regeneron advises students to focus on STEM subjects