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Christian Street House / James Russell Architect

first_imgShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/634127/christian-street-house-james-russel-architect Clipboard Area:  280 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Australia Houses Manufacturers: PGH BricksDesign Team:James Russell, John EllwayEngineer:Grant Rosbrook, STA Consulting EngineersCity:ClayfieldCountry:AustraliaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Toby ScottRecommended ProductsDoorsSaliceSliding Door System – Slider S20DoorsSky-FrameInsulated Sliding Doors – Sky-Frame ArcWoodEGGERLaminatesDoorspanoramah!®ah! PivotText description provided by the architects. We are fortunate to live with a benign subtropical climate. Christian Street House in Clayfield, an inner north suburb of Brisbane, sits on the east side of a rolling hill, opening its face to the morning sun and bay breezes. It’s back is buried in the hill, protected from the harsh summer sun, storms and winter westerlies.Save this picture!© Toby ScottHigh gables make a patio to street, a covered arrival and gathering place with barn doors to living behind. Cars participate without becoming a barrier between street and life within.Save this picture!Lower Floor PlanThere are many ways to move around this place. Journey from street can take you across patio, down outdoor stairs and around garden to meals, living and water. The boys can sneek in from street via a grungy service lane, they can come and go independently. Their rooms have a more public side to garden and gathering. Retreat for Kate and David is more like attic, accessed across patio or up a secret stair.Save this picture!© Toby ScottThe ground plane steps from cave spaces bunkered in to the hill, hidden spaces for bathing and sleep, down to garden and meals, then further down to lounge, the morning sun and prospect.Save this picture!© Toby ScottChristian Street House is made from brick, timber and concrete. Timber is prescribed in the local council code. It references timber and tin architecture that pervades most areas of the inner suburbs, but not Clayfield. We use timber for the loftier structure that opens to the street, our verandah and barn. Inviting familiar structure with a shorter life than the masonry ruin.Save this picture!SectionTimber sits on a heavy concrete and brick base making cave spaces that are cut in to the ground towards the rear of the site. Masonry is used to hold back earth, make a quiet space for retreat and sleep, but opens directly onto garden. Brick and concrete makes these spaces, a structure resilient to termites and requiring minimal maintenance.Save this picture!© Toby ScottMaterial and craft is on display, it is clear how it is made and materials enjoy getting older as they patina.- 20,000l Water storage for landscape, productive garden and toilets.- North facing 10kw solar system returning to grid. A system that covers the needs of the occupant.- Structure is the finished surface throughout the house. Minimal waste and maintenance.Save this picture!© Toby Scott- Low profile self-spanning cold room panel roof provides high R value and reduces material usage.- Locally sourced pre-stressed hollow core concrete panels gave large spans with minimal material.- Brick uses local clay and manufacture.Save this picture!© Toby ScottProject gallerySee allShow lessMade to be Moved / ArcgencySelected ProjectsHouse with Four Courtyards / Andrés Stebelski ArquitectoSelected Projects Share Architects: James Russell Architect Area Area of this architecture project Projects Save this picture!© Toby Scott+ 20 Share CopyAbout this officeJames Russell ArchitectOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteelBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesWoodHousesClayfieldAustraliaPublished on May 26, 2015Cite: “Christian Street House / James Russell Architect” 25 May 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Public would give more if charities spent less on admin, says survey

About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Tagged with: Giving/Philanthropy Research / statistics Public would give more if charities spent less on admin, says survey AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 24 March 2005 | News Nearly a third of the UK population would prefer to donate money to charities if 100% of their contribution went directly to the cause, according to research out today from Lions Clubs International, the world’s largest service club organisation.The study, launched today to mark the start of Lions Awareness Week, shows that the public still does not believe that charities are sufficiently resourceful and efficient with their administration costs.The research also found that almost a third of respondents are more likely to help a charity closer to home rather than abroad, as they feel they are able to give something back to their local community. Over half of all respondents said that they already support local events in their local communities. Advertisement  22 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Other findings include:more women (20%) recognise that charity work adds to the quality of their life, as well as others, compared to men (16%) 61% of 24-35’s donate money and goods on a regular basis but 90% of this age group say they do not have enough spare time to volunteer more 55-65 year olds volunteer than any other age group and 33% are more likely to support local events and charities close to their home, whereas younger people are more likely to take part in sponsored events 35% of 25-34’s will choose a charity if they can personally identify with the cause respondents believed that David Beckham would make the best volunteer, especially the 18-24’sLions Club International of course can point out that it does not deduct anything from charitable donations it receives, and that about 85-90% of money its members raise is donated to their local communities. John Goodchild, Chairman of Lions Clubs International, British Isles and Ireland said: “People are sceptical as to whether every penny they donate actually reaches the intended cause. However, as one of a few charitable organisations that does not deduct an administration cost from donations, people who volunteer to become Lions can be assured that all money they raise will always goes directly to the cause.” Psychologist Donna Dawson studied the results of Lions’ research and commented: “The survey… reveals that most people could be persuaded to help with a local cause, especially if they could be sure that all of the funds raised, reached the nominated charitable cause.”Lions Clubs International is launching its awareness week, which runs between 25 March and 4 April 2005 across the British Isles and Ireland, to promote its work and attract new volunteers.Following Lions Awareness Week, Lions Clubs International will be involved with providing support for the ‘Kellogg’s Cornflakes Great Walk 2005’. Lions Clubs International is the Official Volunteer Partner for the Kellogg’s Corn Flakes Great Walk 2005 and is currently responsible for recruiting marshals and administering applications to volunteer at the 54 10K events across the British Isles and Ireland.ICM interviewed a random sample of 1,003 adults aged 18+, by telephone between 7 and 9 March 2005. Interviews were conducted across the country and the results have been weighted to the profile of all adults. read more

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State Reopens Discussions For Posey County Fertilizer Plant

first_imgPence went on to says that following Indiana’s withdrawal of support for this project, U.S. officials have reported that the government of Pakistan and Fatima Group have provided an unprecedented level of cooperation and transparency in addressing the concerns that precipitated the withdrawal of state support.  “Specifically, U.S. Department of Defense officials have confirmed that an experimental formula is being developed by Fatima Group to be more inert and less-detonable to limit its usefulness to extremists and terrorists. This week, the State of Indiana was informed that our defense experts completed the second series of tests on the experimental formula and described Fatima Group’s efforts to improve the safety of its fertilizer as “commendable.” In addition, U.S. officials have reported that the government of Pakistan and the Fatima Group have implemented several positive measures to make it more difficult for extremists and terrorists to obtain the company’s products in the region.”  Facebook Twitter State Reopens Discussions For Posey County Fertilizer Plant SHARE Previous articleAdvanced Biofuels Focus of Senate Ag Committee HearingNext articleIndiana Food Survey Shows Consumer Prices Decline from 2013 Gary Truitt Home Indiana Agriculture News State Reopens Discussions For Posey County Fertilizer Plant By Gary Truitt – Apr 8, 2014 “With these assurances from the U.S. Department of Defense, we believe it is appropriate for the State of Indiana to reopen our discussions regarding state economic incentives for this project. With continued cooperation on the part of the government of Pakistan and Fatima Group, we remain hopeful that the State of Indiana will be able to renew our support for this important economic development project with the confidence that we have done so in a manner that put the interests of our soldiers and their families first,” Pence said. Facebook Twitter On Tuesday, Governor Mike Pence issued the following statement regarding the Midwest Fertilizer Company and the Fatima Group’s project in Posey County, “In May of 2013, the State of Indiana withdrew our support for the Midwest Fertilizer Company and the Fatima Group’s project in Posey County based upon concerns expressed by U.S. Department of Defense officials over the company’s lack of cooperation in preventing its fertilizer produced in Pakistan from being used to harm U.S. forces in Afghanistan. Economic development is important, but the safety and security of our soldiers in harm’s way is more important.”  SHARElast_img read more

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Harvest Forecast: Harvest Window About to Reopen

first_img Planting Forecast Sponsors How Indiana Crops are Faring Versus Other States Previous articleClosing CommentsNext articleGreen Stem Syndrome Ryan Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR SHARE And, a look at the potential big front late in week 4: Harvest Forecast: Harvest Window About to Reopen By Ryan Martin – Oct 13, 2017 Facebook Twitter Home News Feed Harvest Forecast: Harvest Window About to Reopen SHARE Battle Resistance With the Soy Checkoff ‘Take Action’ Program Facebook Twitter Precipitation (green: above normal, brown: above)Temperatures (blue: below normal, orange: above)Week 4Precipitation (green: above normal, brown: above)Temperatures (blue: below normal, orange: above) An absolutely fantastic harvest forecast is ahead of us this morning. After a little rain to start things off, we are going to put together a week’s worth of dry weather over the state. That dry stretch will be headlined by temperatures that climb to above normal levels once again.A Strong wind will be seen for Saturday as we start things off. Thes winds will average 12-25 mph out of the southwest ahead of a frontal boundary that comes in for Sunday. The winds, along with the sunshine, will increase our evaporation rates and lead to good dry down statewide and should be conducive to fieldwork. The southwest winds will push temps back to above normal levels.Our ONE chance of rain in the nearby harvest forecast comes Sunday. A strong front is tracking into the state early, with rains starting in the morning, perhaps even racing sunrise for an arrival time. However, the front is moving rather quickly, and that means rains should be done in most locations by late afternoon or evening, ahead of sunset. Rain totals from this system will be around .25”-.75” over about 75% of the state, but we also think that many areas will stay to the lower end of the range. Our thought process there is twofold: 1) the front looks like it may want to move faster, allowing for shorter duration rains in most places, and 2) we look to miss out on most thunderstorm development – those seem to be limited to areas farther west in the corn belt.  The map above shows thoughts of cumulative rains for the event through Sunday evening.That brings us to the heart of the harvest forecast today. We have a completely dry week coming as high pressure settles in Monday morning and holds all the way through at least this coming Saturday. We will have some cooler air in to start the week behind our Sunday front, but we should not see the lingering clouds and dampness that we saw this past week. Sunshine will help temps bounce quickly and the will see them climb to mostly above normal levels by late in the week, if not by midweek. Evaporation rates will be near maximum by midweek and will hold through the end of the period as well, thanks to strong high pressure. A new wrinkle may need to be watched, as a minor front tries to push into the state around the 22nd into the 23rd. Rain totals there likely stay under .4”, with coverage less than 60% the way things look right now.Extended PeriodIn the extended period, we have a front early on, around the 24th, that can bring up to .75” of rain to about 80% of the state, but it is followed up by another strong upper-level high-pressure dome. This will allow for some drying, but also cooler air to come in as we finish the month of October. We could see a second front around the 29th into the 30th that has half to 1.5” rain potential. However, the best rains from that front may stay farther west and northWeeks 3 & 4:Cooler air comes in for week three with temps mostly below normal. However, we see near normal precipitation and no fronts that are exceptionally exciting. Week 4 brings temps that are back to normal and above normal levels, and precipitation that is near normal. However, we do see a strong front toward the end of week 4 that has the potential to take precipitation and push it well above normal. The front is large, should have excellent moisture potential and will feature a massive cooldown behind it too. So, early November is a period really to watch, in our opinion this week.Week 3 Minor Changes in June WASDE Report last_img read more

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Five men arrested in connection with Ronan Kerr murder released

first_img By News Highland – July 28, 2011 Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry All five men arrested in connection with the murder of Catholic police officer Ronan Kerr in Co. Tyrone were released last night.A 23 year old woman remains in police custody.Northern Ireland’s Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness has hit out at the investigation into the dissident republican murder of Constable Kerr.The Sinn Fein representative was among the senior figures who led cross-community condemnation of the killing in April.In a response, the PSNI said it carried out its investigations to the highest standards “without fear or favour in accordance with the law”.Constable Kerr was killed when a booby-trap bomb exploded under his car outside his home in Omagh on April 2nd. Five men arrested in connection with Ronan Kerr murder released 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers center_img Twitter News Pinterest Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR PSNI and Gardai urged to investigate Adams’ claims he sheltered on-the-run suspect in Donegal HSE warns of ‘widespread cancellations’ of appointments next week Google+ Previous articleLetterkenny athlete wins Youth Olympics goldNext article62-year-old Derry man admits carrying out sex act on 15-year-old girl News Highland Facebooklast_img read more

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Foraging white-chinned petrels Procellaria aequinoctialis at risk: from the tropics to Antarctica

first_imgIn the Southern Ocean white-chinned petrels Procellaria aequinoctialis form the majority of the bird bycatch in longline fisheries. Satellite tracking of breeding birds from the Crozet islands and from South Georgia indicates that during incubation they have the longest mean foraging ranges ever recorded for a seabird, 2390 and 2190 km. Crozet birds travel to the coast of South Africa at 3495 km, into subtropical waters as well as to Antarctic waters. South Georgia birds reach the northern Patagonian shelf. In all these areas birds are potentially in contact with fisheries. These results indicate that conservation measures limited to Antarctic waters are insufficient to protect seabirds with such extensive foraging ranges.last_img

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Indian Navy’s Third LCU Launched at GRSE

first_img View post tag: Indian Navy Authorities Indian Navy’s Third LCU Launched at GRSE View post tag: third January 19, 2015 View post tag: launched View post tag: GRSE View post tag: Naval View post tag: Navycenter_img Indian Navy’s third Landing Craft Utility, Yard 2094, was launched at Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers Ltd (GRSE), Kolkata, on 16 January 2015.The vessel, which was named ‘LCU L53’, is the third vessel in the series of eight Landing Craft Utility Ships being built by GRSE for the Indian Navy. The first LCU was launched on March 12, and the second on September 23, last year. These ships will play a significant role in transportation of Main Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles and Troops of the Indian Army during amphibious operations.The ship will be fitted with an advanced Integrated Platform Management System for remote control of propulsion, auxiliary and power generating equipment. Two CRN-91 indigenous 30 MM guns to provide fire support during operations will also be fitted onboard. The ship can be deployed for maritime roles like maritime security, beaching/un-beaching, humanitarian relief operations and evacuation from distant islands, search and rescue operations and peace-keeping missions.[mappress mapid=”14900″]Press release, Image: Indian Navy View post tag: LCU View post tag: India View post tag: asia View post tag: News by topic Back to overview,Home naval-today Indian Navy’s Third LCU Launched at GRSE Share this articlelast_img read more

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Alleged House of Prostitution at Ocean City Massage Spa

first_imgA woman at L&G Massage Spa in Ocean City was arrested in connection with alleged prostitution at the business. An Ocean City woman is under arrest for allegedly running a house of prostitution out of the L&G Massage Spa in Ocean City.Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland and Acting Ocean City Chief Jay Prettyman announced Monday the arrest of Grace Li, 61, the spa’s operator, on prostitution-related charges.A joint investigation revealed customers could purchase sexual acts from women inside the spa, which is located at 508 E. Ninth Street, according to a press release from the Prosecutor’s Office.Authorities began looking into the spa in July of 2018 when Ocean City police received information of prostitution occurring inside the business, the release said.As a result of the investigation, on Dec. 13 a search warrant was executed at the L&G Massage Spa. Li, of the 500 block of Ninth Street, was charged with managing a house of prostitution, a crime of the third degree. Li was processed and released on a summons, pending further court proceedings. If convicted of a third degree crime, she faces three to five years in state prison, Sutherland said.Attempts to reach Li for comment were unsuccessful. Detectives with the Ocean City Police Department, Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office, and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) worked on the investigation.Sutherland said there is an ongoing investigation and additional charges may follow. Anyone who has information relating to this investigation is urged to contact the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office at 609-465-1135 or the Ocean City Police Department at 609-399-9111.Tips may also be reported anonymously through the Cape May County Sheriff’s Tip Line at cmcsheriff.net and click on anonymous tip, or through the Cape May County Crime Stoppers, 609-465-2800.Exterior of the spa on Ninth Street in Ocean City. (From L&G Massage Spa website)last_img read more

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Pladis hires former Unilever exec as new finance head

first_imgMcVitie’s owner Pladis has hired a former Unilever stalwart as its chief financial officer (CFO).Sridhar Ramamurthy, who stepped into the role today [23 July], will report into CEO Salman Amin and focus on driving innovation to increase revenues, improve operating capabilities, capture productivity and enhance profitability.During his 30-year international finance career with Unilever, Ramamurthy held key positions, including finance controller for Asia and Africa – Unilever’s largest region – and chief financial officer for Hindustan Unilever, the largest FMCG company in India.In the UK, he held senior finance responsibilities for Unilever PLC, including group treasurer and executive vice president, Enterprise Solutions, where he was responsible for shared services, covering finance, HR, supply chain and workplace.Ramamurthy will now assume responsibility for leading Pladis’ financial management and other related functions spanning financial planning and forecasting, audit, tax, treasury and shared services, covering all categories and geographies of the company.“I am excited to join Pladis at a pivotal time,” he said. “The company’s strong portfolio of heritage brands has unlimited potential. I look forward to bringing my financial and market knowledge to the company and being a part of a team that will introduce our beloved brands to even more consumers across the world.”Amin, who took up the role of CEO in February, described Ramamurthy as a “seasoned and respected financial executive who brings a deep and wide-ranging array of consumer product expertise and experiences to Pladis’ as it continues with its ‘strategic transformation to grow our company”.“He has earned a reputation as a strong and versatile leader, who has consistently demonstrated the financial and business acumen that makes him uniquely qualified to be our CFO,” Amin added.Ramamurthy replaces Mustafa Tercan, who remains CFO of Yildiz Holding, Pladis’ parent company.last_img read more

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Financial institutions must become digital innovators

first_imgFor decades, the products offered and the channels used to deliver financial solutions have changed very little. There was small risk to being complacent, because the consumer was modestly satisfied with what the industry provided. With little competition, the only time a banking relationship was “in play” was when a consumer moved or was in the midst of a major lifestage change.Modern digital technology has disrupted this legacy banking model on all levels. First, it has dramatically altered the balance of power between consumers and their financial institution(s). In a relatively short period of time, consumers have more insight and choice at their fingertips. The competitive playing field has expanded exponentially, with thousands of new non-traditional organizations leveraging consumer insight and digital channels to create entirely new financial solutions. Finally, digital technology has drastically improved the economics of banking (at least for those organizations not saddled with legacy infrastructure).The result is an increasing need for financial institutions of all sizes to become digital innovators. Without a constant reinvention of both the products offered and channels supported, banks and credit unions run the risk of losing their most valuable relationships in a “digital moment,” with a click on a mobile device. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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