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Euro 2020 HUN vs POR LIVE: How to watch Hungary vs…

first_img ITA vs WAL Dream11 Prediction for Euro 2020 Football Match – Fantasy Tips, Captain Choices, Playing11, 20 June Latest Sports News FootballSportSport NewsUEFA Euro 2020 Facebook Twitter Tokyo Olympics Village: Organizers unveils Tokyo games athletes village to the media, check first look Football Previous articleICC WTC Final: Ian Bishop picks India bowling attack for World Test Championship FinalNext articleChris Evert says, Naomi Osaka must find ‘safe space’ to overcome issues after French Open withdrawal Kunal DhyaniSports Tech enthusiast, he reports on Sports Tech industry and writes on sports products. Tokyo Olympics: Caster Semenya running against time for Olympic qualification, misses the 5000m cut Football RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Sport News By Kunal Dhyani – June 15, 2021 Fantasy EURO 2020 Full Schedule / EURO 2020 Points Table / EURO 2020 Groups / EURO 2020 Teams / Euro 2020 Live Streaming Details / Euro 2020 Top Scorers Euro 2020 HUN vs POR LIVE: How to watch Hungary vs Portugal LIVE streaming in your country, India Football Euro 2020 Points table: Germany secure first win, Poland keep Euro hopes alive; Check Euro 2020 latest group standings center_img Euro 2020 Top Scorers: Ronaldo joins Patrik Schick at top, Lukaku remains second; Check who is leading the Euro 2020 Golden Boot race Football Football La Liga: Barcelona sign Netherlands forward Memphis Depay from Lyon Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Sport News Euro 2020 LIVE broadcast in more than 200 countries, check how you can watch Live Streaming of EURO 2020 in your country Euro 2020 HUN vs POR LIVE: How to watch Hungary vs portugal LIVE streaming in your country, India, Follow live update Euro 2020 HUN vs POR LIVE: How to watch Hungary vs Portugal LIVE streaming in your country, India – The defending champion Portugal will kick off its Euro 2020 campaign against Hungary on Tuesday night when both teams will lock horns at Ferenc Puskas Stadium in the opening fixture of Group F.Interstingly, Hungary is the only opposition Portugal has faced most times without losing. Portugal clearly holds an advantage over Hungary when it comes to head-to-head encounters. In 13 meetings between the two side, Portugal have won nine games and drawn four. The two sides last met in 2017, with Portugal beating Hungary by 1-0 with the help of a second-half goal from striker Andre Silva. 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The telecast of the same will be available on SONY TEN 2 and SONY TEN 3 (in Hindi) channels from June 11, 2021 to July 12, 2021. The live stream of the games will also be available on the Sony LIV app.Where will Euro 2020 be held?Euro 2020 will take place from June 12, 2021.When will Euro 2020 HUN vs POR be Started? – DateEuro 2020 HUN vs POR will start on June 15, 2021.What Time Euro 2020 HUN vs POR Will begin? TimeEuro 2020 HUN vs POR Will begin at 9:30 PM ISTALSO READ: Euro 2020 LIVE broadcast in more than 200 countries, check how you can Live Streaming of EURO 2020 in your countryWhat are the venues for Euro 2020? – VenueEURO 2020 – The host cities: The host cities for the Euro 2020 are London, Seville, Glasgow, Copenhagen, Budapest, Amsterdam, Bucharest, Rome, Munich, Baku and Saint PetersburgFans can find their local UEFA EURO 2020 broadcaster(s) below. Check the relevant broadcast schedules for precise details of how to watch.All information is subject to change.Afghanistan: SonyAlbania: RTSH/SuperSportAlgeria: beIN SportsAmerican Samoa: ESPN/UnivisionAndorra: TF1/Mediaset Spain/M6Anguilla: ESPNAngola: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueAntigua & Barbuda: ESPNArgentina: Direct TVArmenia: Armenia TV CJSCAruba: ESPN/NOS/Direct TVAustralia: OptusAustria: ORFAzerbaijan: AzTV/Public TV AzerbaijanBahamas: ESPNBahrain: beIN SportsBangladesh: SonyBarbados: ESPNBelarus: Belarus TVBelgium: VRT/RTBFBenin: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueBermuda: ESPNBhutan: SonyBolivia: Tigo Bolivia/Direct TVBonaire: Direct TV/NOS/ESPNBosnia and Herzegovina: Nova BH/SportklubBotswana: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueBrazil: GlobosatBritish Virgin Islands: ESPNBulgaria: BNT/NovaBurkina Faso: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueBurundi: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueCambodia: CTNCameroon: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueCanada: Bell Media/TVACape Verde: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueCayman Islands: ESPNCentral African Republic: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueChad: beIN Sports/Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueChile: Direct TVPR China: CCTV/Super SportsColombia: Win Sports/Direct TVComoros: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueCongo Republic: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueCosta Rica: Teletica Canal 7/Repretel TV/SKY MéxicoCroatia: HRT/SportklubCuba: ESPNCuraçao: Direct TV/NOS/ESPNCyprus: CyBCCzech: Republic Česká televizeDenmark: DKDR/NENT Group DenmarkDR Congo: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueDjibouti: beIN Sports/Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueDominica: ESPNDominican Republic: SKY MéxicoEcuador: Direct TVEgypt: beIN SportsEl Salvador: SKY MéxicoEquatorial Guinea: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueEritrea: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueEstonia: ERREthiopia: Star Times/SuperSportFalkland Islands: ESPNFaroe Islands: NENT Group DenmarkFiji: Digicel/FBCFinland: YLEFrance: M6/TF1French Guyana: Direct TV/ESPN/M6/TF1French Polynesia: Digicel/M6/TF1French Southern and Antarctic Lands: M6/TF1Gabon: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueGambia: Star Times/SuperSportGeorgia: GPBGermany: ARD/ZDFGhana: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueGreece: Antenna TVGreenland: NENT Group DenmarkGrenada: ESPNGuadeloupe: Direct TV/ESPN/M6/TF1Guam: ESPN/UnivisionGuatemala: RT Guatemala/SKY MéxicoGuinea: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueGuinea Bissau: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueGuyana: Direct TV/ESPNHaiti: ESPNHonduras: SKY MéxicoHong Kong SAR: PCCWHungary: MTVAIceland: Stod 2 SportIndia & Indian Sub-Continent: SonyIndonesia: MNC/Mola TV/RCTIIn-flight: IMG In-Flight UKIran: beIN SportsIraq: beIN SportsIreland: RTÉIsrael: CharltonItaly: RAI/Sky ItaliaIvory Coast: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueJamaica: ESPNJapan: WOWOWJordan: beIN SportsKazakhstan: SaranKenya: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ Afrique/KTNKiribati: DigicelKosovo: RTK/DigitAlbKuwait: beIN SportsKyrgyzstan: SaranLatvia: TV3 Sport LatviaLebanon: beIN SportsLesotho: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueLiberia: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueLibya: beIN SportsLithuania: LNKMacau SAR: TDMMadagascar: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueMalawi: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueMalaysia and Brunei Darussalam: RTM Malaysia/Astro Sports MalaysiaMaldives: SonyMali: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueMalta: PBSMariana Islands: ESPN/UnivisionMartinique: M6/TF1/ESPN/Direct TVMauritania: beIN Sports/Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueMauritius: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueMayotte: Canal+ Afrique/Star Times/M6/TF1Mexico: SKY MéxicoMidway: ESPN/UnivisionMoldova: GMGMonaco: M6/TF1Mongolia: UnitelMontenegro: SportklubMontserrat: ESPNMorocco: beIN SportsMozambique: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueNamibia: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueNauru: DigicelNepal: SonyNetherlands: NOSNevis: ESPNNew Caledonia: M6/TF1New Zealand: Sky New ZealandNicaragua: SKY MéxicoNiger: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueNigeria: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueNiue: DigicelNorth Macedonia: SportklubNorway: NRK/TV2Oman: beIN SportsPakistan: SonyPalestine (Gaza Strip & West Bank): beIN SportsPanama: SKY MéxicoPapua New Guinea: DigicelParaguay: Tigo Paraguay/Direct TVPeru: Direct TVPoland: TVPPortugal: Sport TV PortugalPuerto Rico: ESPN/UnivisionQatar: beIN SportsRéunion: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ Afrique/M6Romania: ProTVRussia: Channel One/Match TV/RTRRwanda: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueSaba: ESPN/Direct TV/NOSSan Marino: RAI/Sky ItaliaSão Tomé and Príncipe: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueSaudi Arabia: beIN SportsSenegal: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueSerbia: Nova S/SportklubSeychelles: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueSierra Leone: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueSlovakia: RTV SlovakiaSlovenia: Sport TV/SportklubSolomon Islands: DigicelSomalia: beIN Sports/Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueSouth Africa: SuperSport/South Sudan: beIN Sports/Star Times/SuperSportSpain: Mediaset SpainSri Lanka: SonySt Barts: ESPN/Direct TV/M6/TF1St Christopher: ESPNSt Eustatius: ESPN/Direct TV/NOSSt Helena & Ascension: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueSt Kitts: ESPNSt Lucia: ESPNSt Martin: ESPN/Direct TV/NOS/M6/TF1St Pierre and Miquelon: ESPN/Direct TV/M6/TF1St Vincent & the Grenadines: ESPNSub-Saharan Africa: Star TimesSudan: beIN Sports/Star Times/SuperSportSuriname: ESPN/Direct TV/Canal+ AfriqueSwaziland: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueSweden: SVT/TV4Switzerland: SRGSyria: beIN SportsTahiti: DigicelTaiwan/Chinese Taipei: Eleven SportsTajikistan: SaranTanzania: Azam Media Ltd/Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueTimor Leste: ETOTogo: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueTokelau: DigicelTonga: DigicelTortola: ESPNTrinidad & Tobago: ESPNTunisia: beIN SportsTurkey: TRTTurkmenistan: SaranTurks & Caicos Islands: ESPNTuvalu: DigicelUganda: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueUkraine: Media Group UkraineUnited Arab Emirates: beIN SportsUnited Kingdom: BBC/ITVUnited States of America: ESPN/UnivisionUruguay: Direct TVUS Virgin Islands: ESPN/UnivisionUzbekistan: SaranVanuatu: DigicelVatican City: RAI/Sky ItaliaVenezuela: Direct TVVietnam: VTV VietnamWallis & Futuna: M6/TF1Western Sahara: beIN SportsYemen: beIN SportsZambia: Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueZimbabwe: ZBC/Star Times/SuperSport/Canal+ AfriqueHUN vs POR Today Match Prediction DetailsHungary vs Portugal, Group FUEFA Euro 2020Date – 15 June 2021Time: 09:30 PM ISTVenue: Ferenc Puskas StadiumHUN vs POR Probable Starting 11HUN Starting 11Peter Gulacsi, Adam Lang, Willi Orban, Attila Szalai, Gergo Lovrencsics, Laszlo Kleinheisler, Adam Nagy, David Siger, Attila Fiola, Adam Szalai, Nemanja NikolicChristian Eriksen Health Update: Christian Eriksen confirms he had cardiac arrest, says ‘I feel better’POR Starting 11Rui Patricio, Nelson Semedo, Pepe, Ruben Dias, Raphael Guerreiro, Danilo Pereira, Joao Moutinho, Bernardo Silva, Bruno Fernandes, Diogo Jota, Cristiano Ronaldo Euro 2020- Spain vs Poland Highlights: Spain held to 1-1 draw as Lewandowski’s Poland keep Euro hopes alive TAGSEuro 2020 LIVEHUN vs POR LIVEHUN vs POR LIVE streaminghungary vs portugalHungary vs portugal LIVE streaming SHARElast_img read more

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Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc (SEPLAT.ng) HY2014 Interim Report

first_imgSeplat Petroleum Development Company Plc (SEPLAT.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Energy sector has released it’s 2014 interim results for the half year.For more information about Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc (SEPLAT.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc (SEPLAT.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc (SEPLAT.ng)  2014 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileSeplat Petroleum Development Company Plc is an oil and gas exploration company in Nigeria operating a portfolio of assets in the Niger Delta Region. This includes a 45% stake in OML 4 which covers an area of 267 square kilometres; a 45% stake in OML 38 which covers an area of 2 094 square kilometres; and a 45% stake in OML 41 that covers an area of 291 square kilometres. Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc also holds a 40% non-operated working interest in OPL 283 marginal field which is located in the northern onshore deposit-belt of the Niger Delta; a 40% non-operated interest in OML 53 that covers an area of 1 585 square kilometres located onshore in north-eastern Niger Delta; and interest in OML 55 that covers an area of 840 square kilometres located in south-eastern Niger Delta. The company’s head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchangelast_img read more

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Five things we learned about rugby – June

first_imgChanging times: Pontypridd are the dominant side in the Principality PremiershipThe Welsh Premiership is no longer about elite achievement; it is a structure that must exist to benefit the Welsh development structure as a whole. Wales’ Premiership teams no longer need to see their competition as each other, their competition is Toulon, Saracens and Glasgow. Success should be judged, and rewarded financially, by the amount and quality of players that they provide to the elite game. Without the successful pollination of players from the Premiership into the professional clubs in Wales – there will be no competitive rugby in Wales in 30 years. Unless the Premiership teams can swallow their role as feeder clubs for the regions above, Welsh rugby in its entirety may have to stomach being a feeder region for French and English club rugby. High jinks: Should the lift be used more innovately in today’s game?For example the ‘lift’ could be a potent weapon against defensive box kicks, whose telegraphed nature mean that they can be read 10 seconds before they’re actually executed – the simple lifting of a lock, by a ruck guard, would cause a significant problem for the scrum half. The propensity for low trajectory, ‘end on end’, clearance kicks could also be hampered by the use of a defensive lift. The defensive lift could also help with the collection of box kicks where the relative predictability of the ‘target zone’ means that a lifter could be employed in the same way as it is in a restart. Food for thought in the build up to the Rugby World Cup.The All Blacks’ announce their ‘wider’ squad.The last four weeks have seen all of the major players announce their training squads. But whilst Wales, South Africa, Australia, England, Ireland etc have announced wider squads, it was the All Blacks that announced a ‘deeper’ squad. The 41-man training man squad has such depth that it can only be fully appreciated from a naval submarine. The All Blacks haven’t merely named a squad; they have named two XV’s that could make the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup.Strength-in-depth: Aaron Smith is one of many world-class players in the ABs wider squadIt’s a group which doesn’t look like a list of personal bests in the gym or players reliant on body mass – it’s two buses full of players who have the most effective skillsets in the world. The ultimate blend of technical specialism, handling, speed and power. If you have a moment, try and imagine which players from your nation would actually fit into the All Blacks’ squad – they will be few and far between. The All Blacks are the overwhelming favourites for the Rugby World Cup and don’t let anyone tell you any different.Welsh Premiership revampedThe Welsh Premiership’s revamp was confirmed on the final day in June. From 2016/17 the number of clubs in the Premiership will be increased from 12 teams to up to a total of 16, plus the LV Cup and British and Irish Cup will now feature ‘select’ teams from each region. But whilst the restructure is obviously important, it is the wider issue of the Premiership’s change in role that must remain the focus. The legendary clubs of Welsh rugby such as Pontypridd, Swansea, Neath etc now exist in a rugby landscape that can longer afford to place glorious histories at the expense of fragile futures. Sonny Bill Williams needs to stop switching.June saw speculation that Sonny Bill Williams will once again make another career change. The ‘Mr Ben’ (gratuitous Eighties reference) of Southern Hemisphere rugby could join Liam Messam as part of New Zealand’s 7s squad for the Rio Olympics – adding to a resume that includes rugby union league and boxing. But while this decision would reinforce his reputation as one of the most versatile athletes in the world, he risks becoming the ‘World Buffet’ of sport. The personification of those restaurants which serve up Chinese, Indian, Italian, American and Thai cuisine in one lukewarm serving. The sort of joint where you wander around picking at an initially mesmerising offering, but where the individual elements aren’t quite up to scratch.Loyalty card: Israel Folau has just committed to the Wallabies for the next three-yearsIn contrast, Israel Folau has signed a three-year extension with the Australian Rugby Union and will continue what has been a remarkable switch from Rugby League and Australian Rules to rugby union. Whilst both players entered union as code hoppers, Israel Folau has become a genuine force in Australian rugby. His performances in this year’s Super Rugby have been exemplary and his ability under the high ball, stunning lateral movement and meticulous offload game have resulted in him being guaranteed a starting spot for the Wallabies – SBW mean while finds himself looking at a bench position, at best, with the All Blacks. SBW needs to decide if he wants to be Chateaubriand or a chicken curry pizza.Super Rugby dream finalJune saw Super Rugby secure the final that everyone wanted. Whether you’re from South Africa, South Island, New South Wales or the original South Wales, no one can argue that the Hurricanes and the Highlanders aren’t the best teams in this year’s competition. Waisake Naholo, Aaron Smith, Ma’a Nonu and Nehe Milner-Skudder have played the simplest, yet most exquisite rugby of the season. The Hurricane’s backline have taken passing to an almost ‘arcade-like’ level deserving of inclusion in the Android remake of NBA Jam.Different level: The Hurricanes and the Highlanders are deservedly in the Super Rugby finalWhilst the Highlanders’ forwards have demonstrated an offload game that Northern Hemisphere backs are rarely capable of. But above all, both teams make a mockery of this notion that Super Rugby teams don’t complete enough tackles. They simply redefine the idea of a missed tackle. The manner in which both the ‘Landers and ‘Canes attack space and pass before contact, particularly behind the gain line, means that tackles aren’t missed – they are merely unable to me made. Roll on Saturday.Should rugby make more use of ‘lifting’?The season has already seen the world’s elite rugby coaches push, tweak and bend rugby’s laws in remarkable ways. This year’s innovations have tended towards the contact area and the issue of engagement with regards to the offside rule – the Chief’s (NZ) have been particularly impressive in this this area. Yet one aspect which still seems to remain unexploited is the ‘lift’. Whilst the effectiveness of lifting players at restarts and lineouts is obvious, its application in other areas of the game remain largely untapped. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALScenter_img This month we’re discussing Sonny Bill Williams, Super Rugby excitement, All Black strength-in-depth and lifting in rugby… Jack of all trades: Is Sonny Bill spreading himself too thin in his quest for silverware? last_img read more

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Convention to consider position on proposed Anglican Covenant

first_imgConvention to consider position on proposed Anglican Covenant The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Featured Jobs & Calls Tags Bruce Marshall says: Rector Shreveport, LA Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET General Convention 2012 The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Rector Pittsburgh, PA Marc Kivel says: John-Albert Dickert says: Rector Bath, NC Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET April 27, 2012 at 5:15 pm Reject the Covenant! We are not now nor have we ever been a Covenant Church. Our union is based upon the Book of Common Prayer and the Apostles’ and Nicene Creeds. Our growth will rest not upon rigidity but rather flexibility of thought and expression. Marc Kivel says: John-Albert Dickert says: Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Virtual Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course Online Course Aug. 9-13 Rector Martinsville, VA Katherine Clark says: April 29, 2012 at 8:26 pm Prof. Bronk makes a solid analysis in re Bishop Douglas’s proposal to come up with a nonjuridical, noncannonical approach….I would note, though, that the use of Anglican vs. Episcopal arose because of foreign intervention into Episcopal provinces in North America… April 29, 2012 at 8:21 pm It seems to me that perhaps the more relevant set of statistics would be:Of the people leaving TEC, how many go to another Anglican community?How many go to non-Anglican communities?How many drop out of Christianity all together?How many stop going to church but do not officially drop their affiliation?Finally, how many of these folks are actually interviewed and their feedback on TEC and their decision making calculus captured? Thoughts? Curate Diocese of Nebraska An Evening with Aliya Cycon Playing the Oud Lancaster, PA (and streaming online) July 3 @ 7 p.m. ET Course Director Jerusalem, Israel AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis May 7, 2012 at 8:09 pm We in the New Zealand/Pacific Islands context of the Communion are an independent Province of the Anglican Communion which helped the Church of England to understand and initiate the ethos of a three-House Synod – which permitted the faithful laity and well as the clergy to become part of the governance of our Church. We also, together with TEC, have helped the Church of England to understand the importance of Women’s Ministry in the Church – which the C.of E. is still struggling to implement at the level of the episcopate.Without our joint and independent action, our Mother Church may never have entered into the modern world understanding of these important matters of Ministry and mission. To tie ourselves to a juridical Magisterium-type relationship would be like taking a step backwards – like Rome and its movement away from the liberation of Vatican II. TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab Director of Music Morristown, NJ Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ May 4, 2012 at 5:22 pm Thank you Lauren Gough+! I too hope that the upcoming General Convention will vote to end the debate over the Anglican Covenant. Several of the foregoing comments spell out additional reasons for doing so, but the most obvious one is that its rejection by the Church of England (together with the refusal of the GAFCON group) renders the covenant a dead letter. Canon Kearon’s opinion notwithstanding, there is nowhere left for it to go. It is time to get this albatross off our necks and get to work on the real challenges facing the Church. Just vote it down. Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI Anglican Communion, By Matthew DaviesPosted Apr 27, 2012 Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Comments are closed. Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Submit an Event Listing April 30, 2012 at 2:05 am Thank you, Matthew, for this story and background. As a Deputy to General Convention, I will have to decide among the various resolutions. You’ve done a great job in presenting them and explaining the background, and I am grateful. Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET April 27, 2012 at 5:10 pm I am glad to see that there will be further discussion around the Anglican Covenant. Bishop Douglas’s proposal respects the work that has been done without endorsing the “juridical, canonical” approach to the means by which we express the nature of our Communion: a community of autocephalic churches.I do wish that ENS would stop using language such as ‘Episcopalians and Anglicans’. It is both ungrammatical and logically wrong. In philosophy we refer to it as a ‘category mistake’ similar to writing ‘oranges and fruit’. ‘Episcopalian’ is a subcategory of ‘Anglican’ not a comparative term. Please! April 27, 2012 at 6:16 pm To the House of Bishops: I am distressed that this proposed Covenant is becoming another cause for division among us. Our founding theologians (Richard Hooker, Jeremy Taylor, Launcelot Andrewes in particular) took pains to insure that Anglicanism would be spared the lock-step uniformity of Rome and of some of the emerging Protestant groups. Based on our own ecclesiastical history, many question the need for a Covenant beyond the binding force of Sacraments, Scripture, and the Book of Common Prayer. Within that framework, individual interpretation has always found a certain sanction, particularly within the Provinces.Even so, the idea of the Covenant came out of the controversy of Gene Robinson’s elevation to the episcopate. I know and understand the difficulty this has caused internationally. If the Anglican Communion had been encouraged to allow its diverse provinces to move ahead or lag behind on this issue depending on their culture and their understanding of the faith that binds us, much of the difficulty might have been resolved. However, this is not what happened.The issue over gays being allowed full participation in the Body of Christ seems to me a clear matter of faith and doctrine. Any argument or debate needs to address it first of all from this point of view. The Incarnation is our hallmark doctrine. If we as a whole church persist in denying baptized homosexuals full participation in Christ’s Body, many believe we are saying that the Church is claiming the right to determine who is included in Christ’s humanity and who is not. If the Church believes that the Purity Code in Leviticus binds gay practice to the sphere of abomination, then obviously we could not even baptize homosexuals since they would be living in an unrepented sin. Thank God we have not taken that route. At least so far. As long as a person is baptized, then by our own theological position, that person automatically has the capacity to receive every other Sacrament. (Barring some circumstance other than that person’s very identity!)If we as a church adopt this Covenant as it stands, especially Section 4, then we run the real risk of alienating this entire generation of young adults, many of whom are already stunned at the church’s hesitancy on this issue. If we truly want to preach the Good News, then we as a church need to think very seriously about the implications of our course of action regarding the life of homosexuals within the Body of Christ. This is not an issue that will disappear. Other Christian denominations have already moved formally toward inclusion, something that could well give us pause. “Pray for the Church!” Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Kieran Conroy says: Rector Collierville, TN Lisa Fox says: Kenichiro Kira says: April 28, 2012 at 4:50 pm Well Said. If we truly believe that we are to follow Jesus’ example and “love our neighbour as ourselves, and if we believe his answer when asked who is “our neighbour”, then can finally understand it is not up to us to determine who can come and who cannot come to receive the blessing offered by Jesus through the church.Jesus did not try to form an organized religion or a church, rather he tried to form a community of people who loved God and were in relationship with one another. Those people came from all aspects of society and were welcome to participate in the joy of worship and service to God and to the people of their day.Am I comfortable with diversity in our church? Not always, but that stems from my own inability to place myself in another’s shoes. Do I try to embrace those who are different? Yes, because as a disciple of Jesus that is my calling.My children cannot understand what the fuss is all about and the longer it goes on the more they are disappointed in the church. Are we the body of Christ or are we not? I shudder to think what Jesus would think of us if he walked into some or our churches today. We have a lot of work to do too build up the body of Christ, the church in the world, and I wonder why we are wasting time and money on this issue when there are people to feed, clothe, provide shelter for and to bring justice to.It’s hard to walk humbly with our God when we are busy making ourselves gate keepers of the church. I am tired of talking about and doing nothing about moving forward on this issue. In recent months I feel refreshed and spiritually fed when I go to a church which welcomes all believers whatever their background. The United Church in Canada dealt with this issue long ago and are moving forward in ministry. I love going to church there at times just to feel surrounded by a truly inclusive christian community and see the work of ministry being done in terms of justice and outreach. Can we please get on with the work of ministry??? Press Release Service Submit a Press Release Episcopal Church releases new prayer book translations into Spanish and French, solicits feedback Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs Comments (15) Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Rector Belleville, IL Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem May 8, 2012 at 3:59 am Dear Kieran,I get weary when people talk about maintaining a continuity with ecumenical connections and ancient Christian traditions which by the way subjugate both men and women and are ruled by absolute monarchs. Especially when it is those very institutions you are referring to which look upon us as incompatible as equals. As far as preserving the riches of 2,000 years of Christianity , I will go with those who tried to maintain the poverty of Christ. What was the parable about putting new wine in an old wine container about? And I never knew Jesus to do anything in the middle way, so to speak. As a matter of fact he was quite radical. No my friend I am not castigating you or your opinions. You have as much right to them as I do to mine. But I am not going to insist you join in a covenant that gives me the right to punish you because we have divergent opinions. That is why I can love you as an equal. Because of those divergent opinions. But then again that must be the Protestant in me. Wink. Don’t you love being an Episcopalian!!!! Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest April 30, 2012 at 6:56 pm Bishop Douglas is a wise man I was blessed to study under just before his election at Episcopal Divinity School. While recent Church of England moves, GAFCON rejections, and Archbishop William’s resignation seem to pose real challenges, joining other Provinces around the world who are trying to take the Covenant seriously and remain committed to this dialog seems vital. I like his idea of strongly affirming what we can, and being honest about where there are still challenges.As a cradle Roman Catholic I have seen the other side of TOO much ecclesiastical authority-recent crackdown’s on our countries devoted Religious women being one example. But I also fear any moves within my new Anglican home that good intentions throw vital eccumenical connections and ancient Christian traditions “out with the bathwater.” That does not mean hesitating to stand with those in need with “Radical Welcome” (as my Angli-merging friends at the Crossing, Boston would say), but it does mean considering the deep impact of our actions on centuries of history with Christians around the world. Deeply drawn to our tradition for its respect for the full dignity of women, minorities and LGBT folks, I still sometimes wrestle with the fact “progressive” actions taken uncritically can be more about feeling good than making a more lasting impact in the world. The ability of Anglicans to preserve our Catholicity alongside our Protestant heritage, to give people space to wrestle with hard issues, but preserve the riches of 2,000 years of Christianity, and above all show the diverse but beautiful face of Christ to the world is a very high stake indeed.What balance is needed between binding authority and freedom of local conscience/pastoral need to keep us along the Middle Way, not just solving our problems but in seeking peacemaking, world changing relations not just within our own borders around the world? For example, the important influence our membership in the Anglican Communion has on voiceless LGBT folks in more hostile places, and the vital influence the voice of Christians of many races and cultures has on us? What happens to our solidarity with LGBT folks around the world, for example if their Provinces refuse to be in any relationship with us? I struggle with these things.An eye cannot say “I do not need you” to a hand (1 Cor 12:21), as Paul says well. I don’t see easy answers, but will be keeping our brothers and sisters in the General Convention- including those from my own communities- in prayer this summer.Grace and Peace,Kieran Conroy, MDiv (Harvard Divinity School)Omaha Ressurection House AlumniSt. Andrews Omaha and Alegent Health Chaplain Resident John Greco says: May 4, 2012 at 3:14 pm I would like to see the Gen. Con. vote down the Covenant all togehter . The purpose of the Covenant was to ‘discipline’ those churches of the Communion that went against Lambeth deliberations. Lambeth has never had legislative power and shouldn’t have. What the Covenant would do is change the unique character of our Communion into a single Church rather than the Communion of churches that have their discreet histories and discreet missions.What Anglicanism provides for the Universal Church is an approach to Christianity that does not require coercion to be in communion with one another. The Via Media can still be strong and important to churches and nations that are terribly polarized. And if Via Media is going to be viable it must start within the Communion. It requires us to be able to find Christ in one another while the Covenant does not. Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Marc Kivel says: The Rev. Lauren Gough says: Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Rector Hopkinsville, KY April 29, 2012 at 8:30 pm I concur, Gloria…we need to get on with mission and ministry…. Rev. Prof. H. R. Bronk says: Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Rector Albany, NY Rector Smithfield, NC Associate Rector Columbus, GA Anglican Covenant, Submit a Job Listing Rector Washington, DC Featured Events In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 Youth Minister Lorton, VA Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Rector Knoxville, TN General Convention, Rector Tampa, FL April 30, 2012 at 11:46 am Thank you for your sharp and fair comment, Prof. Bronk.The term of Episcopal, ironically, has been stood out ever since Presiding Bishop Jefferts Schori pushed “her own humanism” too much. Regardless of different theological interpretation among the Anglican Communion, it is hard to erase the image Jefferts Schori created, which is “mere humanism” rather than “theology tacked with ecclesiology. I feel bad for the the U.S. Anglicans (Episcopalians). Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL May 8, 2012 at 3:08 am Time to put this at peace. I think it is time to let the Anglican Communion be what it wants to be and let us be who we are. We disagree fundamentally on what full-inclusion means. So be it. The tactic of waiting till those who disagree with you drop dead is not only degrading but unkind for those who wish to move on in the light of full equality. And to be honest even when we do say good-bye and go our own way we will still have issues which need to be resolved. Such as moving to one Sacrament of Marriage, and quit deluding ourselves into thinking that a Sacred Union and Marriage are equal. They are not and should be. There is much to be done in the Kingdom of God. Father Ron Smith says: New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET [Episcopal News Service] The Anglican Covenant has been variously rejected, affirmed, approved and subscribed to by some Anglican Communion provinces, and even been given an “amber light” by one. The Episcopal Church will soon consider its own formal response to the document which supporters say offers a way to bind Anglicans globally across cultural and theological differences.At present, three resolutions, each calling for partially different responses to the proposed covenant, will be proposed to the 77th General Convention when it meets July 5-12 in Indianapolis, Indiana.The Episcopal Church’s Executive Council announced last October that it would submit a resolution (A126, found on page 590 of the Blue Book) to convention that would have the church say it is “unable to adopt the Anglican Covenant in its present form.”In recent weeks, two additional resolutions — from different groups of bishops — have been submitted to convention. Those two resolutions will be posted here soon.One resolution proposed by Bishop John Bauerschmidt of Tennessee and endorsed by 10 other bishops would commit the church to affirming and adopting the covenant. Another, proposed by Bishop Ian Douglas of Connecticut and backed by two other bishops, would encourage a more via media approach, “embracing” the preamble and first three sections of the four-section document, urging continued study, and committing the church to ongoing participation in the covenant process.The document’s fourth section, which outlines a disciplinary method for resolving disputes in the communion, has largely been the covenant’s sticking point.The Executive Council and the Douglas-sponsored resolutions are identical in the first three resolves, saying that the church will “recommit itself to dialogue with the several provinces when adopting innovations which may be seen as threatening the unity of the communion”; and commit to “continued participation in the wider councils of the Anglican Communion” and dialogue “with our brothers and sisters in other provinces to deepen understanding and to insure the continued integrity of the Anglican Communion.”The Bauerschmidt-sponsored resolution calls on the Episcopal Church to “affirm … and commit itself to adoption” of the covenant “in order to live more fully into the ecclesial communion and interdependence which is foundational to the churches of the Anglican Communion.”The Anglican Covenant first was proposed in the 2004 Windsor Report as a way that the communion and its 38 autonomous provinces might maintain unity despite differences, especially relating to biblical interpretation and human sexuality issues. The report came in the wake of the 2003 election of Gene Robinson, an openly gay priest, as bishop of New Hampshire, a development that caused some provinces to declare broken or impaired communion with the Episcopal Church.The covenant also was a response to some church leaders crossing borders into other provinces to minister to disaffected Anglicans and a decision by the Diocese of New Westminster in the Anglican Church of Canada to authorize a public rite to bless same-gender unions.Following five years of discussion and several draft versions, the final text of the covenant was sent in December 2009 to the communion’s provinces for formal consideration.Douglas told ENS in an April 24 telephone interview that the Episcopal Church has participated “at an extremely high level” in considering each draft of the covenant. He also said that Executive Council and its D020 Task Force on the Response to the Anglican Covenant “have done an incredibly good job in helping the Episcopal Church construct a response that is broadly inclusive of the diverse perspectives” in the church.His only reservation about Resolution A126, he said, is in the final resolve that urges the Episcopal Church not to adopt the covenant in its present form. “My concerns about a straight non-adoption are that it doesn’t allow for letting the Episcopal Church embrace what is in the first three sections,” he said, noting that a straight “no” vote would remove the Episcopal Church from the covenant process entirely.“I’ve never been a strong advocate of this particular covenant process. But participating in the discussion is still very important. And I don’t want to preclude the opportunity for us to be at the table,” he said.Bauerschmidt wrote in an April 25 e-mail to ENS that he thought it would be a good thing if the Episcopal Church had the opportunity at this convention clearly to affirm and commit to adoption of the covenant.“A communion that is committed to dispersed authority needs some means for seeking a common mind and expressing a common life,” he said. “The covenant provides the means for this. We ought to decide together the things that concern us all, or we will soon face being of little concern at all to each other.”General Convention may decide in July whether to pass, amend and pass, or reject any resolutions it considers.First, the 40-member legislative committee on World Mission will consider the Anglican Covenant resolutions and may decide to rework or consolidate them before any draft legislation is sent to whichever of the two houses (deputies and bishops) of General Convention has been chosen as the so-called house of initial action. The committee, which will begin meeting on July 4, is co-chaired by Douglas and Canon Rosalie Simmonds Ballentine, who also chaired the D020 Task Force that released its report along with its proposed Resolution A126 in October 2011.The Standing Commission on Constitution and Canons determined in a June 2011 report requested by the D020 Task Force that adoption of the current draft Anglican Covenant “has the potential to change the constitutional and canonical framework of TEC, particularly with respect to the autonomy of our church, and the constitutional authority of the General Convention, bishops and dioceses.”All three proposed resolutions call for the creation of a new task force that would explore the canonical changes needed if the church were to adopt the covenant in its entirety.The 76th General Convention in July 2009 asked the dioceses, via Resolution 2009-D020, to study the Anglican Covenant during the 2010-2012 triennium. It also asked Executive Council to prepare a report, along with proposed draft legislation, to the 77th General Convention this year. That resolution led council to create the D020 Task Force.Some Episcopalians and Anglicans, including the Executive Council, have raised concerns about the covenant being used as an instrument of control, questioning in particular the fourth section and its dispute-resolution process. Some critics have warned that adopting the covenant could result in a two-tier communion.“I don’t find section 4 helpful,” Douglas told ENS. “I think it moves the covenant from a document that is relational to one that is more juridical. I do think the first three sections are relational and missional.”The D020 Task Force said in its report (available for download here) that the rationale for advocating its “unable to adopt” resolution was based on its belief that the church’s unity is “best expressed in our efforts to be a church that fully welcomes those who have not always been welcomed.”The Episcopal Church seeks to be faithful to that unity, the report continues, “by honoring the diversity of ministries in the Episcopal Church in multiple forms: our tradition of empowerment of all orders of ministry in governance; our identification of the interpretation of Scripture as the work of all Christian communities; and our heeding of the work of the Spirit in new understandings of how we are called to be in community and relationships.”“This understanding of who we are as a church does not allow the Executive Council to support any covenant that might jeopardize this vocation,” the task force members said in the report. “The covenant consistently ignores the importance of the role of the laity and their full expression of ministry in all spheres of the life of the church.”The task force members included those who were on the “extremes” of opinion in the church about the covenant, as well as people in the middle of that spectrum, Ballentine told the council Oct. 24.She said that the task force purposely used the language of “unable to adopt in its present form” rather than suggesting that convention “reject” the covenant or “refrain” from adopting it.“We still have hope for our continuing relationship, our continuing conversations, our continuing efforts to live in community and for us to move forward as part of the Anglican Communion,” she said.Throughout the Anglican Communion, the seven provinces that have approved or subscribed to the Anglican Covenant are Ireland, Mexico, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, South East Asia, Southern Cone of America, and the West Indies.The Anglican Church of Southern Africa has adopted the document pending ratification at its next synod meeting later this year.In March, it became clear that the Church of England could not adopt the covenant in its current form when a majority of its dioceses voted the document down.The Church in Wales on April 18 gave the covenant “an amber light, rather than a green light.” The church’s governing body said it feared the recent rejection of the covenant by the Church of England jeopardized its future and clarifications about that were now needed before a decision could be made. It sent questions on the matter to the Anglican Consultative Council, the church’s main policy-making body, which meets later this year.Episcopal Church in the Philippines bishops have formally rejected the covenant although the Anglican Communion Office confirmed that it had not yet received a formal notification from that province. Maori action in the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia rejecting the covenant last November means that it may be rejected when it comes before the province’s General Synod in July.During a recent visit to England, Bishop Mary Gray-Reeves of the San Jose, California-based Diocese of El Camino Real, told ENS that international partnerships, such as the one that her diocese shares with Gloucester and Western Tanganyika in Tanzania, are the “antidote to the Anglican Covenant.”Douglas agrees. “Communion is fundamentally about relationships — relationships across our differences in service to the mission of God — and not some kind of juridical or contractual or ecclesiological statement,” he told ENS.Many conservative Anglicans also have rejected the covenant, saying that it does not go far enough to bring into line provinces that have taken steps towards the full inclusion of gays and lesbians in the life of the church.“While we acknowledge that the efforts to heal our brokenness through the introduction of an Anglican Covenant were well intentioned we have come to the conclusion the current text is fatally flawed and so support for this initiative is no longer appropriate,” a group of conservative Anglican primates, or archbishops, have said.— Matthew Davies is an editor/reporter for the Episcopal News Service.In Spanish: http://bit.ly/IoJMJl Gloria Penwell says: last_img read more

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Merricks House / Wood/Marsh

first_img Projects Australia “COPY” Merricks House / Wood/Marsh Photographs:  Jean-Luc Laloux , David GossText description provided by the architects. The site overlooking the Mornington Peninsula is approached by a long winding drive through an established vineyard. On approach, the house gives little away, presenting an abstract, modest façade as it appears from behind a break in a large hedge. Save this picture!© Jean-Luc LalouxRecommended ProductsSkylightsVELUX CommercialLonglight 5-30° – Modular SkylightsWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsMetallicsTECU®Copper Surface – Classic CoatedEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornEntering between tall earth walls, a long corridor curves beyond view as the timber ceiling drops into the distance. Upon reaching the lowest point of the corridor, large windows slice through the earth walls to reveal a dramatic view south across the vines to the ocean beyond, to the north a dark strip of water cuts through a courtyard reflecting the sky. Save this picture!© Jean-Luc LalouxFurther along the central spine, the ceiling arcs up and the view unfolds as two large living spaces intersect the corridor. A staircase ascends beyond, and appears to hover above the vines. A discreet opening accesses a further volume beyond. Containing main bedroom, ensuite and private terrace, the elevated space affords views over the hilltop to the valley beyond. Save this picture!© Jean-Luc LalouxPrimarily a holiday and weekend residence, three bedroom wings are accessed through discreet openings in the central corridor. Allowing autonomy between visitors, this layout assures the house doesn’t appear empty when not fully occupied. Save this picture!© Jean-Luc LalouxThe brief called for a large, flexible family home of a high quality with a sense of solidity and materials that age well with minimal upkeep. The scope of work also included building new facilities for the property managers. Save this picture!© Jean-Luc LalouxSix bedrooms accommodate a growing family with a range of spaces that can be enjoyed in differing weather conditions. As such a range of terraces and courtyards appear between, or within the timber volumes, providing varying degrees of shelter. A basement cellar provides storage for wine including that produced on the property. Save this picture!© David GossA restrained palette of textures and colours echo the burnt timbers and sun-bleached earth of a harsh Australian environment, contrasting against the verdant manicured vineyard. The bold charcoal and off-white exterior gives way to a warmer more neutral interior palette to complement the client’s substantial art collection. Save this picture!© Jean-Luc LalouxThe structural engineer and rammed-earth contractor were involved early in the design process to ensure the seamless integration of services, openings and frameless glazing with the rammed earth. A landscape plan was developed that, when implemented will add further complexity to the act of concealing and revealing views through and across the landscape. Save this picture!© Jean-Luc LalouxTimber pergolas and external blinds are used as screening devices, mediating sunlight as it moves across the house. Thickened walls allow deeply recessed windows, shaded from the summer sun and provide opportunity to recess window frames to achieve a thermal break. Save this picture!© Jean-Luc LalouxNatural materials with a low embodied energy rating are used throughout the building. All spaces are cross ventilated and each building volume can be heated and cooled independently depending on how the house is occupied. The building utilises the insulation properties of rammed earth. Save this picture!PlanThe property is not connected to mains water, all rain water is harvested and used throughout the house. Water collected in the dams is used for irrigation. All sewerage is treated on site.Project gallerySee allShow lessAD Classics: Jewish Museum, Berlin / Studio LibeskindArchitecture ClassicsSingapore University of Technology and Design / UNStudio + DP ArchitectsArticles Share Merricks House / Wood/MarshSave this projectSaveMerricks House / Wood/Marsh Save this picture!© Jean-Luc Laloux+ 18 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/91017/merricks-house-woodmarsh Clipboard Houses Architects: {:text=>”Wood/Marsh Pty Ltd Architecture”, :url=>””}; Architects:  Wood/Marsh Pty Ltd Architecture Photographs CopyAbout this officeWood/MarshOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHousesAustraliaPublished on November 25, 2010Cite: “Merricks House / Wood/Marsh” 25 Nov 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021. 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Rumah Srengseng / MASSI

first_img Indonesia Projects “COPY” Save this picture!© Aththur Ardian+ 22Curated by Hana Abdel Share CopyHouses•West Jakarta, Indonesia Manufacturers: Toto, Conwood, QuadraLead Architects :Edward Budi LesmanaDesign Team :Edward Budi Lesmana,Aththur ArdianCity:West JakartaCountry:IndonesiaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Aththur ArdianRecommended ProductsWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensPorcelain StonewareCosentinoSurfaces – Dekton® Chromica CollectionFiber Cements / CementsEQUITONEFiber Cement Facade Panel NaturaSituated in a dense housing complex in Srengseng, Jakarta; this 700 sqm site feels tighter despite its size. This pushed the architect to create a workable solution for this family of 4. Client’s first brief was to limit land usage for building as to provide maximum outdoor landscape capacity and the ease at which future development can be planned. The presence of indoor landscape was also deemed to be of a necessity, due to client’s affinity towards plants and greenery in general.Save this picture!© Aththur ArdianSave this picture!Ground Floor PlanSave this picture!© Aththur ArdianThe architecture concept emphasizes openness while taking into account the importance of privacy for this family. The house is divided into 3 levels with the first floor being used only as a service area. Living area was deliberately located to occupy the second and third floor in order to maximize privacy.Save this picture!© Aththur ArdianThe house privacy is further maintained by the placement of several large windows that are strategically placed to face the side and back landscape, while the house front end only has three much smaller windows divided between second and third floors. A planter box, which is used as a sound buffer from the crowded surrounding, is placed directly in front of the window at the third floor.Save this picture!© Aththur ArdianSave this picture!First Floor PlanSave this picture!© Aththur ArdianThe living area layout design revolves around an open dry garden area that maximizes direct sunlight into the house. Dry garden area is also used as the staircase placement. In the near future, a tall tree of 2 levels height is planned to be planted in the planter box placed in the middle of the dry garden, making it one of the numerous house features. The third floor has a void looking directly into the dry garden. White wall paint finish was selected because it helps to absorb and reflect daylight which then makes the rooms brighter and reduces the use of lighting during daytime.Save this picture!© Aththur ArdianThe facade is composed of several orchestrated boxes with combination of wood and stone to blend the house to the lust landscape surrounding it. The wood feel is achieved by using fiber-cement panel and galvanized steel screen attached to a black painted wall. The use of wood and natural stones from local suppliers was chosen to evoke calmness and serenity needed as an escape from the bustling surrounding.Save this picture!© Aththur ArdianProject gallerySee allShow lessNantou Public Toilet / Edge StudioSelected ProjectsHangzhou Pule Kindergarten Yangjiadun Branch / goaSelected Projects Share Rumah Srengseng / MASSI 2020 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/942949/rumah-srengseng-massi Clipboard ArchDaily Area:  550 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project center_img Photographs:  Aththur Ardian Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Year:  Architects: MASSI Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/942949/rumah-srengseng-massi Clipboard “COPY” Rumah Srengseng / MASSISave this projectSaveRumah Srengseng / MASSI Houses Photographs CopyAbout this officeMASSIOfficeFollowProductsStoneConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesWest JakartaOn FacebookIndonesiaPublished on July 06, 2020Cite: “Rumah Srengseng / MASSI” 05 Jul 2020. 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Police try to hush up shooting of community radio station’s president

first_img Follow the news on Honduras RSF begins research into mechanisms for protecting journalists in Latin America Reports Organisation April 27, 2021 Find out more La Voz de Zacate Grande, a community radio station based on the southern island of Zacate Grande, has again been the target of persecution for siding with local peasant groups in their land disputes with biofuel manufacturer Miguel Facussé Barjum.In the latest aggression, Franklin Meléndez, the president of the board that oversees the station, was shot in the leg on 13 March by two critics of its editorial policies. The World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC) said Meléndez was hospitalized for the gunshot wound to his leg and was in a stable condition.The police and judicial authorities have taken no action in response to the shooting, although the identity of the assailants is known, and neither Meléndez nor the staff of La Voz de Zacate Grande have been given any protection. Worse still, the police called the station and asked it “not to make a fuss.”“Military occupation, a ridiculous control order on two of its correspondents, repeated acts of intimidation and now a shooting that is deliberately left unpunished,” Reporters Without Borders said. “The failure of the authorities to act is clearly the result of bias rather than negligence. They never acted on the station’s complaint against Miguel Facussé and continue to defend his interests in violation of fundamental freedoms including media freedom.”The press freedom organization added: “Such a flagrant breach of constitutional principles demands an urgent reaction from the government in Tegucigalpa and the highest judicial bodies. Facussé and his allies must be made to answer publicly for this persecution of a rural community and its radio station.”Meléndez was with two of the station’s reporters and the representative of a recent international human rights observation mission when two men, Jorge Sánchez and Porfirio Medina, accosted him and criticised his support for the attempts by peasant groups to recover land from Facussé. Sánchez made a death threat then Medina pulled out a gun and shot him. Relatives of Medina subsequently called the station several times and threatened its staff.Community radio stations are very exposed to the possibility of reprisals by local despots, who often have support in high places. The political violence that followed the June 2009 coup d’état increased the dangers. In order to defend media pluralism, Reporters Without Borders will continue to support community radio stations such as La Voz de Zacate Grande and Radio Faluma Bimetu, a Garifuna (Afro-Honduran) radio station on the Atlantic coast that is also known as Radio Coco Dulce.Reporters Without Borders again points out that no concrete measures have been taken to protect opposition radio and TV stations or stations regarded as sympathetic to the opposition. Media such as Radio Uno, Radio Globo and Canal 36 continue to be the targets of attacks, sabotage or censorship attempts. The protective measures for Radio Progreso’s journalists that were ordered by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights were never implemented.Reporters Without Borders also deplores the hostility which Arturo Echenique Santos, commissioner of the Institute for Access to Public Information (IAIP), recently displayed inside the parliament building towards a journalist working for the news website Revistazo, whom he threatened with prosecution. Revistazo is another media that has been in the government’s sights ever since the coup. RSF_en News May 13, 2021 Find out more News Help by sharing this information center_img HondurasAmericas March 16, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Police try to hush up shooting of community radio station’s president RSF’s 2020 Round-up: 50 journalists killed, two-thirds in countries “at peace” News 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies Receive email alerts to go further HondurasAmericas December 28, 2020 Find out morelast_img read more

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Permian Basin rig count rises, national count soars

first_img Baker Hughes logo 2 The rig count in the Permian Basin increased by one in the week ending Friday, the latest count by Baker Hughes shows, with 444 rigs active in the region.Nationally, the oil and gas rig count increased by 10 to a total of 1,003 rigs. A year ago, 839 rigs were active. The count shows that 808 rigs sought oil, an increase of 11 from the previous week, and 194 explored for natural gas, no change from the previous week. The U.S. rig count peaked at 4,530 in 1981. It bottomed out in May of 2016 at 404.The regional benchmark Plains-West Texas Intermediate Posting ended Thursday at $58.50 per barrel, down $3 from last Thursday’s close. National benchmark West Texas Intermediate crude ended at $62.06 per barrel, down $2.88 from the previous week.ON THE NET: Baker Hughes rig count. Twitter Facebook By admin – April 6, 2018 Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp Permian Basin rig count rises, national count soars Pinterest Local NewsBusiness Twitter WhatsApp Previous articleDAILY OIL PRICE: April 6Next articleOPD searching for Kent Kwik burglary suspects adminlast_img read more

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Karnataka High Court Issues Notice On PIL Challenging Amendment To BDA Act To Regularize Illegal Constructions

first_imgNews UpdatesKarnataka High Court Issues Notice On PIL Challenging Amendment To BDA Act To Regularize Illegal Constructions Mustafa Plumber18 Dec 2020 1:54 AMShare This – xThe Karnataka High Court on Thursday issued notice to the State Government and in a petition challenging the state amendment to the Bangalore Development Authority (Amendment) Act, which came into force on July 10, 2020 and the Karnataka Town and Country Planning (Fourth Amendment) Act KTCP Amendment Act which came into force on July 31, 2020. The BDA Amendment Act seeks to…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 Karnataka High Court on Thursday issued notice to the State Government and in a petition challenging the state amendment to the Bangalore Development Authority (Amendment) Act, which came into force on July 10, 2020 and the Karnataka Town and Country Planning (Fourth Amendment) Act KTCP Amendment Act which came into force on July 31, 2020. The BDA Amendment Act seeks to inter alia, legalize the illegal occupation and construction on lands owned by the Bengaluru Development Authority. A division bench of Chief Justice Abhay Oka and Justice S Vishwajith Shetty issued the notice returnable on January 28, 2021 and directed the respondent to file their statement of objections before January 25, 2021. The petition filed by Vijayan Menon states that “The BDA Amendment Act, like the Akrama Sakrama Scheme, is prima facie violative of Articles 14, 21 and 243ZE of the Constitution of India and is also contrary to the existing provisions of the Bengaluru Development Authority Act, 1976.” Senior Advocate Harish Narasappa appearing for the petitioner submitted that: “The state had, in 2014, sought to amend several state legislations in order to regularize and legalize several unauthorized and illegal constructions in Karnataka and the said scheme was commonly referred to as the Akrama Sakrama Scheme. Matters challenging the scheme are pending before the Supreme Court and by way of interim relief by order dated May 04, 2017 the court has stayed the implementation of the Scheme.” The plea states that “The implementation of the BDA Amendment Act would render infructuous the current challenge to the Akrama Sakrama Scheme. The BDA Amendment Act detrimentally affects the residents of Bengaluru as the said Amendment Act incentivises land grabbers to illegally occupy government lands as the said illegal occupation would later on be legalized and regularized as a result of the said Amendment Act. The KTCP Amendment Act seeks to allow an increase in the floor area ratio for buildings by mere payment of premium charges to the Government.” It is further said that “The BDA Amendment Act, prospectively penalizes jurisdictional officers for their failure to prevent unauthorised constructions/occupations on BDA land from the date of the commencement of the BDA Amendment Act. In effect, the same amounts to excusing the jurisdictional officers for failure to prevent the unauthorized constructions/occupations on BDA lands prior to the date of the commencement of the BDA Amendment Act.” It is also claimed that The BDA Amendment Act has been enacted without due public consultation and the BDA Amendment Act has been enacted without having been brought to the notice of the Bangalore Metropolitan Planning BMPC which is a constitutional body set up under Section 503-B of the Karnataka Municipal Corporation Act, 1976 in accordance with Article 243ZE of the Constitution of India. The plea says that if urgent interim reliefs and / or measures are not passed, it would result in irreversible damage to the urban landscape of the Bengaluru Metropolitan Area as several unauthorised constructions will be rendered legal. The petition prays for a declaration that the BDA Amendment Act, the KTCP Amendment Act and the KTCP Amended Rules Notification as violative of Articles 14, 21 and 243ZE of the Constitution of India. It seeks to call for records from the respondents with respect to any action they may have taken in connection with the BDA Amendment Act, the KTCP Amendment Act and the KTCP Amended Rules Notification. By way of interim relief it has sought for direction to the respondents and their officials restraining them from entertaining any applications for allotment under the BDA Amendment Act or from entertaining any applications for grant of permission for utilization of premium floor area ratio during the pendency of the petition.Click Here To Download Judgment[Read Judgment]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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Donegal workplaces recognised by Irish Heart Foundation

first_imgNews Facebook Previous article34 public WiFi zones to be created across DonegalNext articleGAA Preview: Red Hughs not taking Dunedin Connollys lightly ahead of All-Ireland Quarter-Final News Highland Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further Pinterest WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA By News Highland – December 7, 2018 Donegal workplaces recognised by Irish Heart Foundation Twitter Twittercenter_img Google+ WhatsApp Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Google+ Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Two workplaces in Donegal have been received Irish heart Foundation Awards.Letterkenny University Hospital has been awarded a silver Happy Heart Eating Award by the Irish Heart Foundation for prioritising their employees’ heart health.Meanwhile, LYIT’s School of Tourism in Killybegs was also among the 98 companies nationwide being awarded a bronze at the annual Irish Heart Foundation Happy Heart Healthy Eating and [email protected] Awards in the Gibson Hotel, Dublin.Companies have been recognised for their efforts to increase employees’ physical activity levels at work. As research shows Irish adults are spending on average 7.3 hours every day sitting down.Tim Collins, CEO of the Irish Heart Foundation, said: “Workplaces represent an ideal setting in which to support people to make healthy changes to their diet and lifestyle and it is heartening to see so many companies across the country prioritise their employees’ heart health.” Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Facebook Pinterest Renewed calls for full-time Garda in Kilmacrennanlast_img read more