Ireland’s centre Keith Earls is tackled by France’s lock Bernard Le RouxReplacements doing their job. Well.Ireland took a while to get into their groove with 23-man rugby, but it’s been a critical part of their success under Schmidt – bench options have been trusted and have delivered – a fact hammered home by Brian O’Driscoll in the post-match analysis. When team leaders were leaving the pitch, there was never a sense that Ireland would be unable to cope – and, indeed, were taken to a higher level by the majority of the replacements.Ian Madigan. Take a bow.Madigan’s on-pitch emotions at the end of the game struck a chord with Irish fans (he’d spotted his parents in the crowd) – he has spent the last two years stuck behind an All Black journeyman at provincial level and had to listen to everyone telling you that he’s the ‘poor man’s Carlos Spencer’ – an extravagantly talented player who cannot control a game. No longer can that be levelled at the bequiffed one. It was his a game where he came of age in the green shirt.Coming of age: Ireland’s Ian Madigan is stopped by Benjamin KayserThe endgame Ireland fans celebrate their teams victory against France. Picture: Getty Images By Whiff of CorditeWhat about that? Ireland finally exploded into this tournament in a game that encompassed every positive from the Schmidt era – strong processes, disciplined defence and accurate rugby, all allied to proper old-school emotional highs of days of yore.Even as Ireland’s players dropped like flies, the team cranked it up to another level – as the collective desire wrought out a hard-fought win. So, what did we learn during their World Cup match?Systems, systems, systems…Joe Schmidt’s Ireland are built on a strong systemic foundation – when players step into the team, they know exactly what their role will be and what needs to happen. When Johnny Sexton went off, Ian Madigan came in and ran the game excellently, in his best performance in green. When O’Connell went off, Iain Henderson was a force of nature. When Peter O’Mahony left the fray, Chris Henry was a seemless replacement. Compare that to France, who became more and more shapeless as the game went on – Ireland, despite losing key men, had a foundation to fall back on. France had rien.Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt, talks to his players during the warm up during match between France and Ireland. Picture: LaurenceEmotional InvestmentIreland have ressembled something like a chess-playing computer under Joe Schmidt. The second-half of this game heralded a return to something like (cover your eyes) more traditional values of huge emotional energy driving a performance. The cold detatchment of the Six Nations was abandoned as Ireland responded to adversity by putting more and more energy into the game. It was spectacular to watch and be part of – and one can only hope that it hasn’t taken too much from the team. Ireland came emerged from a charged Millennium Stadium atmosphere to win a bruising battle with France ready for a quarter-final against Argentina LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Ireland ruthlessly controlled the endgame against France, making Philippe Saint-Andre’s poorly coached rabble look like…a poorly coached rabble. The challenge against Argentina is going to be replicating that while missing 252 caps of experience (Paul O’Connell, Johnny Sexton, Peter O’Mahony and potentially Sean O’Brien). The emotion-driven finale against France is likely to give way to something more calculated – that’s when the loss might really be feltFrance’s head coach Philippe Saint Andre following the team’s 2015 World Cup defeat to Ireland yesterday
Please enter your name here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 Please enter your comment! Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 Dorel Juvenile issues recall for Safety 1st Strollers due to fall hazardThe recall involves Step and Go Travel Systems sold under the Safety 1st brand and manufactured by Dorel Juvenile.The stroller has a step-to-open design that opens by stepping on the pedal. It was sold in a variety of colors along with the OnBoard 35 infant car seat. Safety 1st is imprinted on the front of the stroller tray. Model number TR314 is printed on a white label on the back of the stroller seat.About 20,000 of the recalled stollers were sold in the U.S.Dorel has received 30 reports of the front stroller tray that supports the infant car seat disengaging on one side. No injuries have been reported.Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled strollers with the infant car seat and contact Safety 1st for a free repair kit. Safety 1st can be contacted toll-free at 866-762-3036 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday. The email is [email protected] The website is www.safety1st.com.Use this link to learn more an to obtain a repair kit.Te recalled strollers were sold at Babies R Us and other retailers and online at amazon.com, babiesrus.com and Walmart.com from May 2015 through June 2016 for between $250 and $300. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply TAGSRecallStrollers Previous articleStudy: Exercise improves students’ ability to learnNext article429 lane closures this weekend – Traffic diverted to 451 Dale Fenwick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here
Courtyard House Somers / Opat Architects ArchDaily Year: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/213263/courtyard-house-somers-opat-architects Clipboard Australia ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/213263/courtyard-house-somers-opat-architects Clipboard “COPY” Save this picture!Courtesy of opat architects+ 17 Share 2006 CopyHouses•Australia Architects: Opat Architects Area Area of this architecture project Courtyard House Somers / Opat ArchitectsSave this projectSaveCourtyard House Somers / Opat Architects Projects “COPY” Text description provided by the architects. In this new home the client brief was for a low maintenance home to accommodate an expanding family with regular guests. Located on a semi-rural context, one hour from the CBD the house is designed to operate independently of public water, gas, sewerage and electricity. The design incorporates a range of outdoor spaces as an extension of the living spaces. Spaces are orientated due north and the shape of the house is designed to allow the sun to heat spaces during winter and to naturally ventilate during summer. Save this picture!Courtesy of opat architectsIn this new house the client’s brief was for a low maintenance home to accommodate an expanding family with regular guests. They wanted a playful home that would allow them to customise and grow into it over time. Located in a semi-rural context, one hour from Melbourne, the house is designed to function independently of mains water, gas, sewerage and electricity. Save this picture!Courtesy of opat architectsWe decided on a backbone concept of a tent-made-solid. We found this a conceptually, structurally, environmentally and economically appropriate response to the brief. Throughout the process good building practice created a tension with my desire to express this idea more literally. A sustainability consultant guided the selection of all materials. External walls and roof are insulated lightweight structure and finish. The fireplace and concrete floors provide the thermal mass. Ecoply is used for the courtyard surface and radially sawn Silver Top Ash for external board and batten cladding. Save this picture!Courtesy of opat architectsThe house was positioned amongst existing trees to minimise felling. The depth (north south) of the plan, height of ceilings, circulation of air, catchment of heat and controlling seasonal direct natural light were refined to optimise the passive solar effectiveness. The brief crystallized into a loose arrangement of discreet living and utility buildings. The need to avoid internal overshadowing resolved itself by arranging the buildings in a square. The spaces in-between then grew into outdoor living areas. Introducing a courtyard house to a one hectare site offered seclusion and hierarchy into an otherwise open field. Save this picture!Courtesy of opat architectsThe result is a house comprised of outdoor spaces that are an extension of living areas, the interplay of which form verandah, portico, catwalk and breezeway. All combine to offer a spectrum of indoor and outdoor experiences. The roofscape directly responds to the interior functions, monumental over the living spaces and low slung over dormitories. The roof edge is expressed as an upper layer, a cloak over the external walls that continues on to meet the ground at the rear. Save this picture!planDarker external colours integrate the house into the shadows of the surrounding bushland. In contrast the courtyard employs a lighter colour thus accentuating the courtyard as a type of interior. The architectural process revealed a design force in the study of the sun. Sciagraphy became an essential part of this scheme and continues to be an interest in my work as does the significance of the sun historically.Save this picture!Courtesy of opat architectsProject gallerySee allShow lessFarum Proposal / WE ArchitectureArticlesBIOMED – Biomedical Research Center / AND-RÉArticles Share Houses Area: 315 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeOpat ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHousesAustraliaPublished on March 05, 2012Cite: “Courtyard House Somers / Opat Architects” 05 Mar 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Save this picture!© Stéphane Chalmeau+ 23 Share France Year: CopyApartments•Guérande, France Etoile Noire / Angélique Chedemois Architect ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/607062/etoile-noire-angelique-chedemois-architect Clipboard ArchDaily Architects: Angélique Chedemois Architect Area Area of this architecture project 2012 Etoile Noire / Angélique Chedemois ArchitectSave this projectSaveEtoile Noire / Angélique Chedemois Architect ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/607062/etoile-noire-angelique-chedemois-architect Clipboard 2012 Year: photographs: Stéphane ChalmeauPhotographs: Stéphane ChalmeauSave this picture!© Stéphane ChalmeauRecommended ProductsWindowsAir-LuxSliding Window – CurvedWindowsFAKRORoof Windows – FPP-V preSelect MAXWindowsRodecaAluminium WindowsMetallicsKriskadecorMetal Fabric – Outdoor CladdingText description provided by the architects. At the edge of the salt marshes of Guerande, in the village of Queniquen , this old barn was one of the last witnesses of the artisan activity on . The project involves the restoration of the existing shed to form 4 duplex apartments ( 2 T3 and 2T4 ) and a 40m ² area to facilitate community activities.
Save this picture!SectionOver time, this village situated within the marsh was gradually transformed into an ordinary residential neighbourhood. The farmland and hillside were gradually enveloped by construction of houses in the middle of their plot of 1000m ². The aim of the project was to highlight the vast space of the building, doing so in a style faithful to the surrounding village landscape . This unusual space is highlighted by sober details and the use of matte black, accentuating the contrast with the existing surroundings.Save this picture!© Stéphane ChalmeauBlack cladding is well suited to the architectural style of Salorges, and the salt barns which dot the territory of the Guerande peninsula. This choice of color helped to reduce the visual impact of an otherwise imposing building.
The space of the barn has allowed the opportunity to make four compact duplex apartments of the same size, each with a separate entrance. The windows were aligned to conform to the layout plan of the facade, with roof drainpipes inset to be hidden from view. Save this picture!Floor PlanSave this picture!© Stéphane ChalmeauSave this picture!Floor PlanThe interior walls are of masonry, providing a fire resistance and superb soundproofing between dwellings. A wood-concrete composite floor has been provided by the company Guiheneuf framing. Ces solutions optimisent l’inertie du bâtiment en apportant de la masse à l’ensemble. The exterior walls, 220mm in depth, provides good isolation between the amounts of the structure and other 45mm isolation inside. The half- timber frame wall were prefabricated in workshop, then erected by crane on site allowing for construction in just a few days.Save this picture!© Stéphane ChalmeauTo ensure awareness of tenants on their energy costs , the heating methods were individually designed. Heating and how water for each unit is provided by a pellet stove. Choosing a stove and viewing the burning flame encourages awareness of energy not found in other heating methods. 100m ² of photovoltaic panels on the south facing roof ensures energy independence of the dwellings. Energy usage was monitored for the duration of the project, and after 1 year 20% more energy was being generated than was consumed.Save this picture!Detail Project gallerySee allShow lessUpcoming Montreal Lecture: Brendan MacFarlaneEventCarbon3D Can Grow Seamless Structures 100x Faster than 3D PrintingArchitecture NewsProject locationAddress:10 Chemin de Kerhue, 44350 Guérande, FranceLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Projects Apartments “COPY” Area: 431 m² Area: 431 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeAngélique Chedemois ArchitectOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassSteel#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsGuérandeHousingResidentialFrancePublished on March 20, 2015Cite: “Etoile Noire / Angélique Chedemois Architect” 20 Mar 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
City:UribelarreaCountry:ArgentinaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Alejandro PeralRecommended ProductsResidential ApplicationsCymat Technologies Ltd.Hudson Valley Home, USA – Alusion™ Stabilized Aluminum FoamMetallicsSculptformClick-on Battens in Ivanhoe ApartmentsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeText description provided by the architects. A single-family house located in Uribelarrea, Partido de Cañuelas, Buenos Aires. The project is implemented on a large lot (of 1 hectare) between two large poplar trees that serve as a wind barrier and as parasols in the summer. It consists of an open ground floor with service areas. Then the public and private sectors are located on the elevated floor, detaching themselves from the humid soil, thus achieving excellent views of the landscape. The functional approach is developed on a flexible floor around the vertical core (courtyard/staircase) generating a large entrance with natural lighting in the centre of the house, linking all levels to the garden terrace.Save this picture!© Alejandro PeralSave this picture!Ground FloorSave this picture!© Alejandro PeralConcept: The house is made up of two large horizontal suspended plates, pierced by the central courtyard, accompanied with vertical planes that go on to configure the envelope together with the large openings and sliding wooden panels. Conceptually, the tall volume can be completely opened to the landscape, achieving privacy and lighting control through its parasols.Program: Access to the house is achieved from the ground floor by taking the external staircase located in the central courtyard, crossing a semi-covered gallery that works as a transition between the landscape and the architecture. On the first floor, the public sector is developed oriented towards the front of the lot (north orientation) and the private sector to the east, capturing the morning sun. The workspace and kitchen are located on the sides. All spaces have a direct connection with the landscape and the internal courtyard, achieving natural ventilation in all environments, including the sanitary core. As a finish to the tour, we find the garden terrace becoming a viewpoint towards the natural landscape surrounded by green in all its extension.Save this picture!© Alejandro PeralSave this picture!Floor Plan First FloorSave this picture!© Alejandro PeralSustainability: To reduce the use of heating, aluminium frames with DVH were used. This improves the thermal comfort and acoustic insulation of the house. The utilized system was a radiant water slab with a wood-fired boiler as a heat source and a recirculating pump generating the water flow. The provision of hot water is achieved through the installation of solar panels located on the terrace. Control of the direct entry of sunlight is solved by means of sliding panels and by the natural screen generated by the existing trees located on the sides. The garden terrace together with cross ventilation play an important role in improving interior thermal comfort. Finally, the purification of domestic wastewater is achieved through a biodigester tank obtaining an organic fertilizer that improves the quality of the soil.Save this picture!© Alejandro PeralSave this picture!Transversal SectionSave this picture!© Alejandro PeralProject gallerySee allShow lessAdelfas Residential Building / Ruiz Larrea y AsociadosSelected ProjectsUniversidad Torcuato di Tella Edificio Sáenz Valiente / Josep Ferrando ArchitectureSelected Projects Share CopyHouses•Uribelarrea, Argentina Houses “COPY” Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Uribelarrea House / Estudio SSARQSave this projectSaveUribelarrea House / Estudio SSARQ Argentina Area: 110 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects CopyAbout this officeEstudio SSARQOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesOn FacebookArgentinaPublished on July 17, 2020Cite: “Uribelarrea House / Estudio SSARQ” [Casa Uribelarrea / Estudio SSARQ] 17 Jul 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
Melanie May | 27 April 2020 | News TFA Ltd’s Superhero in the Home challenge takes place tomorrow, 28 April, raising money for NHS Charities Together as well as other good causes working on the Covid-19 frontline.With 28 April National Superhero Day, Superhero in the Home asks people to show their support for those working on the frontline by wearing a superhero outfit or mask and sharing a picture, as well as donating. Superhero in the Home challenge to support frontline workers Tagged with: COVID-19 fundraising events Superhero in the Home has a range of resources on the site, and is encouraging participants to make a day of it by involving the family, and taking part in activities such as baking, poem writing, and making comic strips.TFA Ltd (The Fundraising Agency Ltd) is also hoping to set a new world record for the most people photographed in a superhero suit, for which it needs 1,581 people to email, tweet, Instagram, or post on Facebook or YouTube a photo or video of themselves with the hashtags #oursuperheroes and #oursuperheroesinthehome.The main benefitting charity will be NHS Charities Together, but Superhero in the Home also has a number of charity partners, including Age Exchange, Carers Trust, and FareShare. Each one is listed on the site, with people invited to find out more or donate to them by clicking on their logo. About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis8 392 total views, 2 views today 393 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis8 It’s easy to be a Superhero on Tues 28th April…Dress up as a SuperheroTake a picture and post online using #oursuperheroes or #superherointhehomeGet friends, family and colleagues involved to help set a #WorldRecordDonate to charityVisit https://t.co/LZ6JRhHzPN pic.twitter.com/ZUzK3eRDdJ— Superhero in the Home – 28th April 2020 (@superheroincity) April 26, 2020 Advertisement
Wichita, Kan. — At a legislative listening session on March 23 in Wichita, Kan., dozens of members from a rainbow of labor-community organizations grilled and confronted legislators on a variety of topics for two hours. The more than 40 speakers at Wichita State University’s Metroplex building made demands including the legalization of medical marijuana, the expansion and full funding of Medicaid, legalization for immigrants, complete reproductive freedom for women, an end to attacks on unions, an end to public school closings and charter schools, and many other people’s concerns.The rousing session included many rounds of loud applause and chants of approval for the people’s speakers, despite various legislators — some of whom are American Legislative Exchange Council members — saying that these responses were not allowed. Some of the biggest approval from the audience of more than 250 was for women speakers demanding, “End the war on women.”Before the forum began, members of the musical band, Shoulder-to-Shoulder, welcomed forum participants at the outside entrance with people’s songs such as “We Shall Not Be Moved” and Woody Guthrie’s “This Land Is Your Land.” The band played on despite a bitterly cold day, a snowstorm and security police attempting to move them to a “free speech zone” on the other side of the building.The March 23 forum was preceded by a similar legislative forum on March 2 in Wichita. More than 300 teachers from the United Teachers of Wichita and other labor-community members packed that event with a standing-room-only crowd.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Home Indiana Agriculture News Hoosier Appointed to Head Farm Credit Administration Jill Long ThompsonPresident Barack Obama has designated Jill Long Thompson Chair and CEO of the Farm Credit Administration (FCA) effective Nov. 27, 2012. She succeeds Leland A. Strom, who served as Chairman and CEO since May 2008. Dr. Long Thompson has served as a member of the FCA Board since her appointment by President Obama in March 2010. As Chair of FCA, Long Thompson will be responsible for policymaking, adopting regulations, and overseeing the examination and regulation of the institutions that compose the Farm Credit System (System), including the Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation (Farmer Mac). The System has $239.7 billion in assets. As of September 2011, it held approximately 43 percent of the nation’s farm business debt.Strom will remain a member of the Board pending future action by the President and theU.S. Senate. Kenneth A. Spearman, who was appointed to the Board by President Obama in 2009, serves as the third member. He also serves as Chairman of the Farm Credit System Insurance Corporation.Long Thompson has many years of leadership experience. From 1989 to 1995, she represented northeast Indiana as a Member of the U.S. House of Representatives, serving on the Agriculture Committee and the Committee on Veterans’ Affairs. As a congresswoman, she introduced one of the nation’s first pieces of legislation banning members of Congress from accepting gifts; this legislation also expanded disclosure requirements for lobbying activities. Previous articleSeed Consultants Market Watch 10:39 update with Gary Wilhelmi 11/28/2012Next articleRenewable Fuels Association Says NCCR Campaign Serves Up Half-Truths Gary Truitt By Gary Truitt – Nov 28, 2012 Facebook Twitter Hoosier Appointed to Head Farm Credit Administration SHARE SHARE Facebook Twitter
July 18, 2002 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Guardian journalist wins court victory but gets deportation order Help by sharing this information November 27, 2020 Find out more News Reports Receive email alerts ZimbabweAfrica News RSF_en Follow the news on Zimbabwe Harare court cleared Andrew Meldrum but immigration police ordered him to leave the country within 24 hours. The journalist appealed. His appeal was sent on to the Constitutionnal Court. to go further News ZimbabweAfrica Zimbabwean court must free imprisoned journalist who is unwell November 12, 2020 Find out more Zimbabwean journalist Hopewell Chin’ono denied bail 07.25.2002The trial of Daily News editor Geoffrey Nyarota and one of his reporters, Lloyd Mudiwa, for “publishing falsehood” in violation of the country’s press law (the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act) opened on 22 July. The case is the same as the one against US journalist Andrew Meldrum, local correspondent of the British daily The Guardian.The journalists asked for permission to appeal to the Supreme Court to test the constitutionality of the press law on grounds that it violates the freedom of expression guaranteed under the Constitution. Judge Sandra Nhau granted permission for this on 24 July. The trial will resume as soon as the Supreme Court has ruled on the matter_________________________________________________________________07.18.2002High Court judge Anele Matika suspended the deportation order against Meldrum and sent his appeal on to the Constitutional Court, saying he had a constitutional right to live and work in Zimbabwe that the interior minister could not revoke in what he said were “unclear circumstances”.Meldrum will argue to the Constitutional Court that his rights were violated and that the deportation order was illegal and unfounded because he was no threat to the security of the government or the country, despite what the minister implied. He said the expulsion order was “part of a plot by the government to stifle press freedom in Zimbabwe” . The Constitutional Court should hear his appeal in the next few months. In a similar case last year, the Court allowed a BBC correspondent, Joseph Winter, to stay in the country despite a deportation order. However, Winter later left Zimbabwe after the secret police broke into his house in the middle of the night._________________________________________________________________07.16.2002Meldrum today denounced the government’s order to deport him as “unjust and illegal.” “I am challenging the legality and fairness of the order to throw me out of the country soon after I had won a landmark case against the government,” he said.Meldrum’s lawyer has lodged an urgent appeal with the High Court against the expulsion order, which information minister Jonathan Moyo said was issued because the journalist had broken the terms of his permanent residence permit, though he did not say how.High Court judge Anele Matika today postponed the initial 24-hour deportation deadline by a day, until 1700h (1500 GMT) tomorrow (17 July). Meldrum sought a meeting with home affairs minister John Nkomo but the minister said he had laryngitis and could not see him.President Robert Mugabe’s government has already deported two foreign journalists and refused to renew the work permits of many others. The immigration laws give the government full powers to decide who shall be granted permanent residency. Mugabe has said the deportation order is now a matter for _________________________________________________________________07.15.2002Reporters Without Borders today denounced the Zimbabwean government’s decision to deport Andrew Meldrum, correspondent of the British daily The Guardian, as “an act of vengeance” and called on information minister Jonathan Moyo to cancel the expulsion order at once.Harare Judge Godfrey Macheyo earlier today cleared Meldrum of “publishing falsehoods” and “abuse of journalistic privilege.” But a few minutes after the court verdict, immigration officers served him with an order to leave the country within 24 hours. “The verdict in this first trial of a journalist under the new press law is a victory for press freedom,” said Reporters Without Borders secretary-general, Robert Ménard in a letter to Moyo. “but the deportation order is an act of vengeance by a government bent on targeting foreign journalists.” Meldrum, an American citizen and officially permanent resident of Zimbabwe who has lived there for 21 years, said the deportation documents were dated 3 and 5 July, showing that President Robert Mugabe’s government had taken the decision before knowing the court’s verdict. He said this was “consistent with a government that is trying to stop me reporting what is going on here.”Reporters Without Borders notes that nine other journalists from independent media in Zimbabwe are awaiting trial on similar charges under the new press law (the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act). The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa September 1, 2020 Find out more Organisation
News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of dissident republican activity By News Highland – November 23, 2018 Google+ Twitter DL Debate – 24/05/21 Previous articleAlmost €78,000 of grant increase approved for St Finian’s Hall, FalcarraghNext articleMcGeady finishes strong in Turkey News Highland Pinterest Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Facebook Homepage BannerNews Twitter Harps come back to win in Waterford RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp WhatsApp A man has been arrested in Derry today under the Terrorism Act.The 46 year old man was arrested by detectives from PSNI’s Terrorism Investigation Unit earlier today in the Cityside area of the city on suspicion of dissident republican activity, including the attempted murder of an off duty police officer in the city on 22 February 2017 after a Viable Under Vehicle Improvised Explosive Device was discovered at the home of the officer in the Ardanlee area.The suspect has been taken to Musgrave Serious Crime Suite for questioning. Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows