Houses Projects Area: 600 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Kiel Steel House / BLK2 ArchitectsSave this projectSaveKiel Steel House / BLK2 Architects “COPY” Manufacturers: Siedle, Wicona, Windows, horizAlOther Participants:LRW Architekten und Stadtplaner, Projektgesellschaft Alte Feuerwache Kiel mbH & Co. KGCity:KielCountry:GermanyMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Ralf BuscherRecommended ProductsWindowsStudcoSteel Window Reveal – EzyRevealWindowsAir-LuxSliding Window – CurvedEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreWindowsVEKAWindows – SOFTLINE 82 ADText description provided by the architects. The Kiel-Steel-House is part of a new housing development on a former parking lot area in the town center of the city Kiel at the german baltic coast.Save this picture!© Ralf BuscherSave this picture!Ground FloorSave this picture!© Ralf BuscherSave this picture!SectionSave this picture!© Ralf BuscherAdjacent to the historic house and town museum “Warleberger Hof”, the saddle roofing house with two exclusive apartments and a business unit on the ground floor is completely clad with Cortensteel. It forms an independent accent and marks the urban access to the new quarter with multi-family houses, townhouses and a student house.With a cafe on the ground floor, the steel house will become the small center of the new brick district. The saddle roof as a sign of classic, traditional house typology stands for a connecting piece of the quarter with the structure of the old town centre. The steel material, with its rough and industrial character, is also reminiscent of the tradition of the shipbuilding industry of the city of Kiel.The steel-house-apartments are designed as loft apartments with large glass sliding windows and an open living space. The upper apartment as a maisonette offers a two-storey living room with steel staircase and a gallery level under the saddle roof. From the masterbedroom on the gallery the view leads to the main street of the new neighbourhoodSave this picture!ElevationProject gallerySee allShow lessHow to Build A Tiki Bar in 18 Easy-to-Follow StepsArchitecture NewsFabrizio Barozzi on Barozzi/Veiga’s Obsessions, Process, and Position Within the Arc…Architecture News Share 2016 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/875923/kiel-steel-house-blk2-architects Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/875923/kiel-steel-house-blk2-architects Clipboard Kiel Steel House / BLK2 Architects Save this picture!© Ralf Buscher+ 16 Share ArchDaily “COPY” Year: Germany Photographs Architects: BLK2 Architects Area Area of this architecture project CopyHouses•Kiel, Germany CopyAbout this officeBLK2 ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductSteel#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesKielGermanyPublished on July 18, 2017Cite: “Kiel Steel House / BLK2 Architects” 18 Jul 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Field Day to Focus on Cover Cropping SystemsA special field day is coming up next week that will focus on helping growers add cover crops into their operations. The field day on Tuesday, June 25, will feature demonstrations of different cover crops, their benefits, and how farmers can fit them into their operations. Roger Wenning will host the event on his Decatur County farm which will also feature new research on the benefits of using cover crops. Lisa Holscher, CCSI soil health program manager, says research is discovering that cover crops can do more than just improve soil health, “The main focus on the field day will be on soil health, but we will also feature research on how cover crops can be used to suppress weeds and also help with insect pest control.” She added that some of the heavy rains this spring have revealed that cover crops can help with water control in fields, “We have seen two fields side by side, one using cover crops and other not. The cover crop fields held together so much better even with extremely heavy rains.” Facebook Twitter Holscher said many of the farmers who will be leading some of workshops have tips on how to begin to integrate cover crops into an existing cropping system, “We will have a number of soil pits so you can see what these systems are doing to the soil, how the cover crops are improving the soil structure and breaking up hardpan.” Home Indiana Agriculture News Field Day to Focus on Cover Cropping Systems Field Day to Focus on Cover Cropping Systems The day concludes with dinner. The event is free, but registration is required for dinner counts. Register online or call (812) 663-8685, or contact your local Soil and Water Conservation District for assistance. The agenda also includes cover crop supplies and sources, aerial seeding, rain simulation, and looking at CCSI strip trials and hub farm reports. “This is a great opportunity to educate producers on the effectiveness of cover crops as a management tool,” says Wenning, who has won state and national awards for his conservation efforts. “We’ll get to the basics and show results by digging soil pits. Farmers will see how continuous no-till, combined with cover crops in a conservation farming system has really worked.” One of the keynote presenters is Dr. Dale Mutch, Michigan State University professor of plant, soil and microbial sciences, cover crop Extension specialist. “Dr. Mutch has a large body of research in the use of cover crops in weed and pest management in organic systems,” says Holscher. “We’re talking about concepts that are readily translated into non-organic crop production. I’m looking forward to learning more about how we can add the use of cover crops as a crop protection product.” Facebook Twitter SHARE SHARE Previous articleCrude Oil Prices Hit 9 Month PeakNext articleStutzman Add to Pile of Amendments for House Farm Bill, White House Threatens Veto Gary Truitt By Gary Truitt – Jun 17, 2013
RSF_en August 6, 2007 – Updated on January 20, 2016 All communications can now be intercepted under new law signed by Mugabe September 1, 2020 Find out more Reporters Without Borders regrets that the Interception of Communications Act was finally signed into law by President Robert Mugabe on 3 August. It enables the government to intercept phone calls, emails and faxes with the declared aim of protecting national security.“The promulgation of this law is further evidence of Mugabe’s desire to keep news and information under close control,” the organisation said. “Zimbabwe had already given itself one of the world’s most repressive legislative arsenals as regards press freedom. Now all forms of communication have been placed under surveillance.”—————–15.06.2007 – Parliament’s lower house approves bill for intercepting communications Reporters Without Borders voiced concern today about the Zimbabwean House of Assembly’s approval on 13 June of a draft law that would allow the government to intercept mail, phone calls and email without having to seek a court order. The government submitted a similar bill to parliament last year but withdrew it after complaints from national and international organisations.“This bill is evidence that the government is determined to have strict control over information,” the press freedom organisation said. “The fight against terrorism is constantly used by oppressive regimes as a pretext for cracking down on freedoms. We appeal to the senate, which is due to consider the bill soon, to reject it.”If adopted, the law will expose journalists, NGOs and human rights activists to the possibility – a real one in Zimbabwe – of being accused of representing a threat to national security. Reports November 27, 2020 Find out more ——————————————- 31.07.06 – Bill for monitoring e-mail and mobile phone calls submitted to parliamentReporters Without Borders condemned the Interception of Communications Bill that was submitted on 26 July to the Zimbabwean parliament. It would allow the authorities to intercept and read e-mail messages and listen to mobile phone calls without needing to get permission from a judge.“We deplore this new proposed law, which would clearly violate every citizen’s privacy, the freedom of expression and opinion, and the right of journalists to protect the confidentiality of their sources,” the press freedom organisation said.“Although not on the front line of the fight against terrorism, the regime is clearly using this as a pretext for silencing its critics in the press and political opposition, and we therefore call on the parliamentary legal committee, parliamentarians in general and, if it gets that far, the supreme court, to reject the bill,” Reporters Without Borders added.The parliamentary legal committee is currently examining the bill to determine if it conforms to the constitution. If approved, it will be go before the entire parliament.—————————–09.05.2006 – Serious threat seen in proposed law on intercepting communicationsA bill presented to the Zimbabwean parliament at the end of March will give the government a free hand to intercept its citizens’ phone calls, e-mail messages and letters without providing any credible safeguards, Reporters Without Borders said today after obtaining a copy of the bill, the text of which is now available on the organisation’s site (www.rsf.org).“We fear the worst,” Reporters Without Borders said. “This bill will allow the authorities to place journalists and opposition politicians under surveillance without any control from the courts. It also directly threatens the local contacts of international media and NGOs. The government will have new tools to ensure that no embarrassing news or information crosses its borders.”The organisation added: “This proposed law is all the more worrying as it will give full powers to transport and communications minister George Charamba, who said at the end of last month that press freedom was just an ‘auxiliary right’.”The bill envisages the creation of an Interception of Communication Monitoring Centre (ICMC) staffed by “experts” able to spy on every kind of data. It says that telecommunications companies such as Internet Service Providers will have to install interception software and set up a direct connection to the ICMC to allow real-time monitoring. Company executives who refuse to comply could face up to three years in prison.The proposed law says the ICMC would provide technical assistance to companies but does not specify what software would be used. However, a South African online newspaper reported in May 2005 that the Zimbabwean government has discussing the acquisition of communication interception technology with China. At the same time, Zimbabwean sources say Chinese equipment is already being used to jam independent radio broadcasts.The bill envisages that the chief of the Defence intelligence, the Director general of the President’s department of national security, the Commissioner of the Zimbabwe Republic Police and the Commissioner-General of the Zimbabwe Revenue authority would all able to submit requests for phone taps and other forms of communications interception to the transport and communications minister. This minister is the only official authorised to issue an interception warrant, which he can do if he thinks a “serious offence has been or is being or will probably be committed” or if there is a “threat to national security”.The warrant issued by the minister will be valid for three months, but he will be able to renew it as often as he likes if he thinks there is “good reason.” And he is not subject to control by any court. It is also alarming that the bill says that an interception request can be made orally in “the case of emergency or the existence of exceptional circumstances.” ————-Create your blog with Reporters without borders: www.rsfblog.org The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa ZimbabweAfrica News Zimbabwean court must free imprisoned journalist who is unwell November 12, 2020 Find out more News Receive email alerts Follow the news on Zimbabwe Zimbabwean journalist Hopewell Chin’ono denied bail Organisation Help by sharing this information ZimbabweAfrica Related documents Interception of Communications BillZIP – 3.57 MB News to go further
Facebook Fianna Fáil TD Niall Collins appointed as Minister of State Decision to enter Phase 4 of reopening Ireland deferred to August 10 Linkedin TAGSAlan JacquesfeaturedFianna Fáilhomelesshomelessnesshousing crisisHousing Minister Eoghan MurphylimerickNovasWillie O’Dea TD WhatsApp No vaccines in Limerick yet Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Previous articleWith GECAS Shannon side is the global hub for aviation finance todayNext articleCLÁR capital investment programme in Limerick and Mid-West Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Print Advertisement FIANNA Fáil Spokesperson on Social Protection Willie O’Dea has described the Government decision to abandon targets for re-housing homeless families in Limerick from hotels into suitable temporary accommodation as a “shocking indictment of Fine Gael’s value system”.There are currently in the region of 40 families living in B&B accommodation in Limerick and Deputy O’Dea believes that the decision to abandon targets clearly de-prioritises the welfare of homeless families and their children living in hotels in Limerick and across the country.“It hasn’t taken long for the new Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy to show his true colours with this decision. These hotels and B&Bs are simply not suitable and have lacked the necessary inspections to ensure that they are safe and suitable for families with children,” O’Dea told the Limerick Post.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “Since December 2014, child and family homelessness has trebled and there are currently 1,300 homeless families including 2,708 children. We now have a generation of children who know nothing other than growing up in hotels.“While the Department has decided not to release figures on the number of new families becoming newly homeless, we know that every month, an additional 90 families become newly homeless in the capital – a tripling in the last three months to May.”“It says a lot about this Government’s value system that it does not consider re-housing these families as a critical priority. A child’s development, their ability to access educational or primary health facilities, or simply being able to eat a cooked meal is being hampered by living in this unsuitable hotel spaces.“It is time for Tusla to step in, and call a halt to this harmful scenario. No matter the cost, this has to end, and the Government can no longer shirk their responsibilities,” he said.Novas, the largest provider of homeless services in the Mid-West, say there are currently in the region of 40 families living in B&B accommodation in Limerick.“This situation is unprecedented in the city,” Novas communications officer, Una Burns commented.“This type of accommodation is wholly unsuitable to family wellbeing, with children often a considerable distance from their school, their friends and their known environment. There are no washing or cooking facilities and families sleep, wash and play in one room.”Novas’ Intensive Family Support service has a dedicated B&B worker in collaboration with Limerick Homeless Action Team who supports families living in this type of accommodation with homework clubs, transporting children to school, accessing long-term accommodation, life-skills and money management.“Due to the unprecedented nature of the arrangement, the extent of trauma experienced by children living in hotels is yet to unfold and will have a significant impact on a generation of children who have no place to call home. Novas urge government to address this issue with urgency. Our existing built environment offers an opportunity to provide homes through accessing vacant properties in our local communities. In Limerick city 10 per cent of all property is vacant,” Ms Burns claimed.Meanwhile, Minister Murphy has indicated that dealing with the homeless and housing problems are an absolute priority for Government and he will continue to implement the various objectives as set out in Rebuilding Ireland, Action Plan for Housing and Homelessness.“The Minister has commenced an immediate review of the Action Plan which will be completed in the next three months. Rebuilding Ireland, provides that by mid-2017 hotels/ BBs will only be used in limited circumstances to provide emergency accommodation for families,” a spokesman for the Department of Housing explained.“The Minister has stated recently that Local Authorities nationwide and the DRHE in Dublin will continue to roll out the various programmes designed to deal with homelessness. He has acknowledged that it will not be possible to have all of the families out of hotels/ BBs by the middle of the year. The majority of families will be either accommodated or be informed of their future accommodation arrangements. A small number of families because of their particular needs will remain in hotels until specific accommodation can be sourced.”by Alan [email protected] NewsLocal NewsGovernment commitment to Limerick homeless children will not be honouredBy Alan Jacques – June 30, 2017 986 Twitter Email Top Fianna Fáil councillor will reject Green coalition deal RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Limerick TD says GLAS payments welcome but ‘much more action’ needed to support Agri-sector
NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Donegal Deputy Charlie Mc Conalogue is pledging that the education needs of the county will a priority if Fianna Fail is elected into Government.Deputy Mc Conalogue, the party’s Education Sppkesperson says that under the current Government, certain aspects of education have diminished over the years, and it’s Fianna Fail’s intention to counteract that if successful in the upcoming General Election.He’s also pledged that local education issues in Donegal will be addressed……..Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/charlieeducation.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Facebook Previous articleWest Donegal councillor questions claims of economic recoveryNext articleDeidre Mc Gloin is named Donegal Person of the Year 2016 admin By admin – January 20, 2016 Google+ WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR GAA decision not sitting well with Donegal – Mick McGrath Facebook Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Pinterest Nine Til Noon Show – Listen back to Wednesday’s Programme Pinterest Twitter Google+ WhatsApp Homepage BannerNews Mc Conalogue says education in Donegal will be a priority for FF Twitter Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published
Facebook New National Public Health Emergency Team figures show there are 17 new confirmed cases. There were no new confirmed cases in DonegalThe total number of people infected since the outbreak broke out here is 25,628.The death toll has reached 1,746.The country’s Acting Chief Medical Officer Dr. Ronan Glynn says this virus is still out there and it only needs the smallest window of opportunity to become a major problem again. By News Highland – July 12, 2020 Pinterest Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows DL Debate – 24/05/21 Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp 17 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the Republic WhatsApp Google+ Homepage BannerNews Previous articlePolice in Strabane appeal for witnesses following reports of assaultNext articleDonegal Mountain Rescue respond to call on Mount Errigal News Highland Twitter Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme
razyph/iStock(WASHINGTON) — A 16-year-old migrant boy from Guatemala traveling without his parents has died in Texas after being held in U.S. custody, a spokeswoman with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said Tuesday.It is the third death of an undocumented minor in government custody since last fall as the U.S. faces an unprecedented influx of families and children arriving at the Mexico border.U.S. officials have declined to identify the boy or the shelter where he was held for one night before being sent to the emergency room with “fever, chills and a headache.” The teen was eventually transferred to a children’s hospital in Texas where his brother and Guatemalan consular officials were allowed to visit.“Following several days of intensive care, the minor passed away at the hospital on April 30,” according to a statement released by HHS spokeswoman Evelyn Stauffer.Bacterial infections were to blame for the deaths of two other young migrants in U.S. custody last December, according to those autopsy reports. Those children – 7-year-old Jakelin Caal Maquin and 8-year-old Felipe Gómez Alonzo – were both traveling with their fathers from Guatemala and fell ill while in custody of U.S. Customs and Border Protection.The older teen who died Tuesday would have been one of some 12,650 children and teens in HHS custody, referred to as “unaccompanied alien children” because they arrive at the border without guardians. These are typically older children and teens who traveled in large groups with other migrants in the hopes of eventually being placed with other relatives already living in the United States.The massive influx of unaccompanied minors in recent months has put a big strain on the government, which has had to turn to privately run shelters to care for the children. The White House on Tuesday said it needs another $4.5 billion to handle the surge of undocumented migrants at the border, with 2.8 billion of that amount going toward providing shelter to unaccompanied children and teens.Tornillo, a tent camp in Texas that at one point housed some 2,800 migrant teens, closed earlier this year, while another shelter — Homestead in Florida — has since ballooned to some 2,200 minors.Since the deaths of the two younger migrant children, Jakelin and Felipe, U.S. authorities have said they’ve ordered additional medical personnel to remote parts of the border and stepped up screenings of young children that enter into government custody.According to HHS, the 16-year-old boy who died was transferred into its custody by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on April 20 with “no health concerns” observed. The next morning, “the minor became noticeably ill including fever, chills and a headache” and was brought to a hospital emergency department. That hospital treated him and released him later that day.“The minor’s health did not improve after being transferred back to the shelter so on the morning of April 22, 2019, the minor was taken to another hospital emergency department via ambulance,” Stauffer said. “Later that day the minor was transferred to a children’s hospital in Texas and was treated for several days in the hospital’s intensive care unit” before dying on April 30.The “family who resides in the home country received frequent updates from hospital staff,” Stauffer said.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Evgen_Prozhyrko/iStock(ELKMONT, Ala.) — A 14-year-old confessed to shooting and killing his entire family at their Alabama home late Monday night, including his 5-year-old sister and two brothers, who were 6 years old and 6 months old, police said.The victims also included his father, John Sisk, 38, and Mary Sisk, his 35-year-old stepmother, the spokesman for the Limestone County Sheriff’s Office, Stephen Young, said at a press conference Tuesday.The teenager called authorities late on Monday to say he had heard gunshots while in the basement, prompting a police response. When police arrived at the home in the town of Elkmont, the boy, who has not been identified, said he had run out of the home after hearing the gunshots.However, investigators later discovered “enough discrepancies” in his statement, and called him in for further questioning.The teenager then confessed to killing all five members of his family with a 9mm handgun, according to Young.The teen is facing five counts of juvenile murder charges, but could eventually be charged as an adult.The shooting happened around 11 p.m. Three of the family members were found dead at their home, while two others were airlifted to a local hospital in critical condition, where they later died, according to the sheriff’s office.The teen assisted investigators in recovering the handgun, which authorities say he tossed after the killings. Later on Tuesday, investigators said they had located the handgun by the side of a road.It was not immediately clear who the gun belonged to or how it had been obtained. Young said the handgun was in the home illegally.Officials at Elkmont High School asked for prayers for the school and community.Young called the killings a “tragedy.”“Unfortunately we are here to discuss a tragedy on a scale that we are not used to here in Limestone County,” Young said at the press conference. “It’s important that you understand this is a community that has a lot of healing to do right now.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.