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first_img Area:  45 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Architects: Standard Studio Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/793871/the-little-house-in-the-campo-standard-studio Clipboard Save this picture!© Youri Claessens+ 17 Share Spain Photographs The Little House in the Campo / Standard Studio Year:  “COPY” Houses ArchDailycenter_img Projects “COPY” The Little House in the Campo / Standard StudioSave this projectSaveThe Little House in the Campo / Standard Studio Photographs:  Youri Claessens Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Manufacturers: COCO-MAT, Eginstill, Etoffe Unique, Modern Vintage, Vroom & VarossieauProject Team:Jurjen van HulzenInteriors:Ibiza InteriorsProject Management:Ibiza InteriorsCity:IbizaCountry:SpainMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Youri ClaessensText description provided by the architects. On a mountain in the rugged north of Ibiza, lies this beautiful casita. What formerly served as stables and storage, is now transformed into a contemporary dream house. The owners of Ibiza Interiors developed this 200 year old finca into their showroom and guesthouse.Save this picture!© Youri ClaessensTo keep the character of the original building, basic materials are used. The beautiful authentic ‘sabina beams’ have been preserved, just like the original ancient stone walls in the kitchen and bathroom. The architects only used materials that were used traditionally on the island, like the iroko window frames, concrete and white chalk plastered stone walls.Save this picture!© Youri ClaessensThe building had been unused for years, and was in very poor condition. Therefore only the walls, and parts of the roof could remain. Electricity, water and sewage were not present, the architects had to add all these things to make it work as a contemporary home. Water comes from a private well and there are solar panels installed for hot water, floor heating and electricity. The cottage is consequently completely independent of the grid operation and is thus self-sustainable.Save this picture!Floor PlanFor the interior the designers used a number of brands and partners, where they often worked with in their hometown Amsterdam. So there are Coco-mat beds, made from natural materials and there’s art from the gallery Vroom & Varossieau. The upholstery is Etoffe Unique and all the other furniture, lighting and carpets are from their partner shop Modern Vintage. The beautiful steel designer kitchen with marble top is from Eginstill. The owners Jurjen and his wife Selina represent these brands and the architectural firm Standard on the island through their new company Ibiza Interiors.Save this picture!© Youri ClaessensThe result is a fantastic contemporary residence where contrast plays a big role; old and new, sleek and rustic, light and dark. At the same time there’s a certain balance as well, and everywhere you look something is happening. With an incredible view from the mountain, a yoga platform above the house and many fruit trees and a vegetable garden, this is truly a piece of paradise. Here you really get into another world and you can relax and unwind. The nice thing is that everything is for sale, so except the house itself, you can take everything home!Save this picture!© Youri ClaessensProject gallerySee allShow lessStudents at EASA 2016 Transform Nida in Lithuania With Series of InstallationsArchitecture NewsReiulf Ramstad + Dualchas Unveil Plans for St Kilda Center in a Remote Area in ScotlandArchitecture News Share CopyAbout this officeStandard StudioOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesIbizaSpainPublished on August 28, 2016Cite: “The Little House in the Campo / Standard Studio” 28 Aug 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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first_imgArchDaily AT&L Civil Engineers Houses Australia Year:  Civil Engineer: Manufacturers: Abbey, Cronulla, Swadlings Timber, The Roofing Group Power Lane House / CHORDstudio “COPY” Sydland Constructions ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/799211/power-lane-house-chordstudio Clipboard Structural Engineer: Contractor: Power Lane House / CHORDstudioSave this projectSavePower Lane House / CHORDstudiocenter_img 2016 Projects CopyAbout this officeCHORDstudioOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesSydneyAustraliaPublished on November 12, 2016Cite: “Power Lane House / CHORDstudio” 11 Nov 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Architects: CHORDstudio Area Area of this architecture project Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project “COPY” Area:  255 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/799211/power-lane-house-chordstudio Clipboard Dennis Bunt Consulting Engineers Save this picture!© David Yeow+ 34 Share Chord Studio Team:Amy Clark, Rutger Pasman, Ooi Wei YapBuilding Certifier:Malouf Building ConsultantsArchitect In Charge:Amy ClarkCity:SydneyCountry:AustraliaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© David YeowText description provided by the architects. Power Lane House is an upper level extension to a heritage family home in the inner coastal suburbs of Sydney and includes a rear laneway garage. The growing family wanted a space for the parents to retreat and additional storage for their large collection of outdoor sporting goods.Save this picture!© David YeowThe ChallengeThe design challenge was to create additional space whilst maintaining and celebrating the authenticity of the original heritage house, particularly as viewed from the front street. Additionally, the owners wanted the garage at the rear to ‘tie in’ with the new upper level extension and for light and sun exposure to be a priority throughout the property.Save this picture!Ground FloorSave this picture!Upper FloorCHORDstudio PrinciplesAlong with addressing the client’s brief, we believe a project should consider the context of the site and contribute to the neighbourhood character in a meaningful way. This was achieved by considering and responding to views from multiple points around the site that included the front street, side laneway, rear laneway and rear commercial shopping strip as unique opportunities.Save this picture!© David YeowSave this picture!© David YeowThe ResolutionThe challenge was resolved by creating a habitable upper level structure for the extension which sits behind the ridgeline of the existing heritage house and angles away from the street, effectively obscuring its view from the front. Additional space is created under the new roof, and adequate ceiling height is achieved, by folding the ridgeline towards the backyard. The same ridgeline is picked up again on the garage to create continuity between the two new built forms. The garage wall which faces the house is angled back as if it is looking up at the new extension, further enhancing the connection between the two new forms. By minimising overshadowing, the form of the garage addresses the client’s wish to maintain light and sun exposure in the pool and outdoor entertaining areas and maintains enough storage area for the outdoor sporting equipment including five sea kayaks.Save this picture!© David YeowThe structural design continues the design intent to separate the new from the old with a steel portal frame which sits over the top of the existing house, not touching any of the existing walls.Save this picture!© David YeowThe interior design of the upper retreat captures light and sun by peeling the roof back to expose a deck and large windows. The retreat can open to create one large space which includes a deck, lounge and sleeping area and close by using large sliding doors to restrict the early morning sunlight in the sleeping area.Save this picture!© David YeowLight and connection to the outdoor world continues in the ancillary spaces where a double skylight sits over the hallway and is fed into both the hall and adjacent bathroom by folding a timber bulkhead on itself. The bulkhead runs north­/south along the ridgeline, directing light, holding services and as the carpenter on site described it, “looks a bit like a kayak”.Save this picture!© David YeowProject gallerySee allShow lessWindward HQ / Roy David StudioSelected ProjectsJade Apartment / Ryan Lai ArchitectsSelected Projects Share CopyHouses•Sydney, Australialast_img read more


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first_img WhatsApp blocks accounts of at least seven Gaza Strip journalists Help by sharing this information RSF joins Middle East and North Africa coalition to combat digital surveillance News RSF_en News to go further Receive email alerts News Middle East – North Africa Organisation center_img Middle East – North Africa June 3, 2021 Find out more June 8, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders activists gathered outside the Syrian embassy in Paris at 11 a.m. today, World Press Freedom Day, to protest against the Syrian government’s crackdown on the media.Chanting “Huriyat Al-Sahafa fi Suriya!” (Freedom of the press in Syria), the demonstrators threw buckets of blue paint at the embassy’s perimeter walls and used the paint to write: “It is ink that should flow, not blood.” Police detained 30 of the press freedom organization’s activists for a few hours.“Syria is the country that worries us most at the moment,” Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Jean-François Julliard said. “No one knows what is going on there. How many of the demonstrators have been killed? How many have been wounded? No one knows because journalists are being prevented from working. Foreign reporters cannot get visas to go there and local journalists are all being jailed or forced to remain silent.”Julliard added: “Defending freedom of information in Syria above all means defending the Syrian people’s right to know what is going on in their own country. The government must end this news blackout. Acts of violence are almost certainly taking place at this very moment in Syria but nothing is being reported because the media are banned from going there. This is unacceptable.”Reporters Without Borders hails the release of Khaled Sid Mohand, an Algerian journalist who had been detained in Syria. It shows that all the demonstrations on his behalf in France and Algeria paid off. Journalists nonetheless continue to be targeted in Syria, as they have been since the start of the wave of protests there. Arrests, physical attacks and deportations are all being used to ensure a complete news blackout.The crackdown is continuing. Yesterday, the Syrian writer and journalist Omar Koush was arrested on arrival at Damascus airport after participating in a conference in Turkey, while Al-Jazeera announced that it had lost contact with one of its journalists, Dorothy Parvaz (who has US, Canadian and Iranian citizenship), since her arrival in Damascus on 29 April. Al-Jazeera previously announced on 27 April that it was suspending all activities throughout Syria until further notice because of the many threats and acts of intimidation against its crews.Three other journalists are currently known to be held by the Syrian authorities. They are Fayez Sara, a Syrian journalist and writer who was arrested on 11 April; Mohamed Zaid Mistou, a Norwegian journalist of Syrian origin, who was arrested on 7 April; and Kamal Sheikhou, a Syrian blogger who was arrested on 15 March. At the same time, there has been no news of the journalists Akram Abu Safi and Sobhie Naeem Al-Assal since 24 March. As part of its actions marking World Press Freedom Day, Reporters Without Borders today released the 2011 version of its list of Press Freedom Predators, this one with 38 heads of state and warlords who sow terror in the media. The most important changes in this year’s list have been in North Africa and the Middle East, where dramatic and sometimes tragic events have taken place in recent months. News Follow the news on Middle East – North Africa June 9, 2021 Find out more Iran: Press freedom violations recounted in real time January 2020 May 3, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Reporters Without Borders protests against crackdown on media in Syrialast_img read more


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first_img Human rights groups warns European leaders before Turkey summit RSF_en TurkeyEurope – Central Asia News Follow the news on Turkey April 2, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information April 2, 2021 Find out more April 28, 2021 Find out more Receive email alerts Newscenter_img News Journalists threatened with imprisonment under Turkey’s terrorism law Turkey’s never-ending judicial persecution of former newspaper editor TurkeyEurope – Central Asia Organisation News June 18, 2010 – Updated on January 20, 2016 New weapon against independent press? to go further Reporters Without Borders condemns the Turkish judicial system’s continuing harassment of local and national newspapers. Six journalists have just been or are probably about to be sentenced to pay disproportionate amounts in damages as a result of libel actions. The size of these damages awards shows that the intent is to silence outspoken media.The most disturbing case if that of Mustafa Koyuncu, a journalist with Emirdag, a newspaper in the southwestern town of Emirdag, who is facing a six-year jail sentence on a libel charge under article 125 of the criminal code for an article published on 12 March 2007 about harassment, mistreatment and sexual attacks on persons in police custody.When the case is tried on 29 August, Koyuncu will also face the possibility of being ordered to pay a total of 44,000 lira (22,000 euros) in damages, as 44 police officers claim to have been the target of the article and each of them is demanding 1,000 lira.Reporters Without Borders calls on the court to dismiss the charges and points out that a damages award of this size would force a small newspaper like Emirdag to close. Founded in 1975, it has a print run of 500 copies and would take 11 years and eight months to pay off such a large amount.On 6 May, an Ankara court ordered the daily Vakit (Time) to pay 624,000 lira (312,000 euros) to 312 army generals who brought a libel action over a column published on 25 August 2003. The newspaper has filed an appeal, claiming that only two generals were targeted by the article, not 312.The columnist and poet Ataol Behramoglu is facing the possibility of being sentenced by an Ankara court to pay 20,000 lira (10,000 euros) in damages to Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan for criticising the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) during a programme on the 24-hour news channel CCN Türk on 2 January.On 9 June, the court rejected a request by Behramoglu’s lawyer for the charges to be dropped on the grounds that his comments, made during a debate on the question “Are we going towards democracy or dictatorship?”, were admissible under the right to free expression.Finally, Reporters Without Borders deplores the fact that an Ankara court has convicted journalist Nazli Ilicak of the daily Sabah (Morning) for a second time over the same article. On 31 March, she was given a suspended sentence of 11 months and 20 days in prison under article 125 of the criminal code for allegedly defaming judge Osman Kaçmaz in a 25 May 2009 article headlined “The president’s immunity.” This time she has been ordered to pay 5,000 lira (2,500 euros) in damages. The newspaper’s owner, Ahmet Calik, was also convicted.last_img read more


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first_img Alarm after two journalists murdered in Brazil February 12, 2007 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Freelance photographer gunned down in Rio de Janeiro Reporters Without Borders voiced dismay today on learning that freelance photographer Robson Barbosa Bezerra was gunned down on the evening of 8 February as he was returning home in Rio de Janeiro. The organisation expressed its condolences to the family and urged the police to investigate the possibility that he was killed in connection with his work.“If it is confirmed that the motive was linked to his work, Barbosa will be the eighth journalist to be killed in connection with their professional activity since 2002,” the press freedom organisation said. “Brazil continues to be dangerous for independent, local journalists. While not ignoring his police record and personal conflicts, we urge investigators not to rule out a professional motive. Barbosa believed he was under threat and his murder looks like a contract killing.”Barbosa, 41, was killed at around 8 p.m. as he was returning to his home in the north Rio de Janeiro district of Abolição. He was parking his car when gunmen fired eight times, hitting him in the head. Police found 1,600 reals (600 euros) in cash, a gold-plated ring and his watch on the body, as well as his credit card and personal documents including a National Federation of Journalists (FENAJ) membership card. This rules out theft as a motive.Barbosa had reported receiving threats and being attacked a few days before his murder. While not so far ruling out that it was connected to his journalistic work, the police have pointed out that he had a police record. In December, he was arrested in the course of physically attacking his former wife, Renata Mathias. As well as being prosecuted for conjugal violence, a complaint was a lodged against him after a recent altercation with a colleague.The O Globo newspaper reported that police inspector Carlos Gomes questioned his mother, his sister, the caretaker of the building where he had his office, and a fourth person who has not been identified. Help by sharing this information News Follow the news on Brazil Receive email alerts to go further Organisation Reports BrazilAmericas center_img 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies May 13, 2021 Find out more April 27, 2021 Find out more News RSF begins research into mechanisms for protecting journalists in Latin America RSF_en BrazilAmericas News April 15, 2021 Find out morelast_img read more


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first_imgNews UpdatesKarnataka High Court Refuses To Quash Corruption Case Against Yediyurappa; Deprecates Laxity In Investigation Mustafa Plumber22 Dec 2020 8:30 PMShare This – x The Karnataka High Court on Tuesday refused to quash a criminal complaint registered under the Prevention of Corruption Act, against Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa, who is alleged of de-notifying parcels of land and allotting it to entrepreneurs, during his tenure as the Deputy Chief Minister of the state, between February 2006 and October 2007. A single bench of Justice…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?Login The Karnataka High Court on Tuesday refused to quash a criminal complaint registered under the Prevention of Corruption Act, against Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa, who is alleged of de-notifying parcels of land and allotting it to entrepreneurs, during his tenure as the Deputy Chief Minister of the state, between February 2006 and October 2007. A single bench of  Justice John Michael Cunha refused to quash the FIR dated 21.12.2015 registered by the Karnataka Lokayukta Police for the offence under sections 13(1)(d) read with 13(2) of Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988, based on a private complaint filed by Vasudeva Reddy. The bench pulled up the police for delay in investigation against Yeddyurappa. It said “The circumstances clearly indicate that the delay is intentional and deliberate.” However, it refrained from saying that “Respondent No.1 has succumbed to the pressure of the petitioner, who has been holding the position of the Chief Minister of the State of Karnataka.” The court opined “Respondent No.1, being an independent and impartial body entrusted with the duty to investigate into the misconduct of the public servants objectively cannot give rise to an impression in the mind of the general public that it is playing into the hands of the political bigwigs.” It added “In the circumstances of the case, having regard to the fact that the investigation is still in progress, I refrain from directing any action against the Lokayukta Police entrusted with the investigation, lest it would prejudice the investigation. However, the laxity in conducting the investigation in the instant case is deprecated and the Lokayukta Court is directed to keep watch over the investigation ordered by the Criminal Courts in respect of the misconduct of public servants and MPs and MLAs involved in the commission of criminal offences.” Senior Advocate C V Nagesh appearing for Yeddyurappa had contended that, in respect of the very same FIR, accused No.1 Raghunath Vishwanath Deshpande had preferred W.P.No.8885/2015 and the High Court vide order dated 09.10.2015 quashed the FIR and in view of this order, investigation against the petitioner based on the very same FIR is illegal and amounts to abuse of process of court. The court rejected this ground stating that “From the reading of the complaint, I find that distinct and separate allegations are made against the petitioner. This allegation prima facie discloses a cognizance offence insofar as the petitioner is concerned which needs to be investigated.” Further it was contended that order of reference is bad for non-production of sanction under section 197 Cr.P.C., and section 19 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988. The bench held that this also does not merit acceptance. It said “Petitioner having ceased to hold the office of Deputy Chief Minister which he was holding as on the date of commission of the alleged offence, there is no requirement of obtaining prior sanction. This view is resoundingly reiterated in Abhay Singh Chautala vs. Central Bureau of Investigation (2011) 7 SCC 141. In the light of this settled legal position, the argument of the learned Senior Counsel for petitioner that the order of reference made by learned Special Judge is bad for non-production of sanction under section 19 of Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 is rejected.” The court relied on the judgement passed in the case of H.D.KUMARASWAMY vs. STATE OF KARNATAKA, By Lokayukta Police, and rejected the contention raised by the petitioner that requirement of sanction under section 197 Cr.P.C., was not followed. The court said “Insofar as the requirement of sanction under section 197 Cr.P.C., is concerned, the section bars cognizance and not the investigation. This plea, therefore, is liable to be rejected outright as premature.” Case Details: B S YEDDYURAPPA And STATE OF KARNATAKA Case NO: WRIT PETITION NO.5043 OF 2019 Coram: JUSTICE JOHN MICHAEL CUNHA Date of Order: December 22, 2020 Appearance: Senior Advocate C.V.NAGESH, A/W Advocate SANDEEP PATIL for petitioner. 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first_imgNews UpdatesAfter Bombay High Court’s Intervention, Centre Increases Maharashtra’s 10-day Remdesivir Allocation To 4,35,000 Vials Sharmeen Hakim28 April 2021 2:25 AMShare This – xA day after the Drug Controller General of India (MoHFW) interacted with the Nagpur Bench of the Bombay High Court, Maharashtra’s Remdesivir allocation for April 21-30, 2021 was increased by 1,66,000 vials; from 2,69,000 vials to 4,35,000 vials, by the Central Committee, on April 24.However, the State’s counsel informed the bench, on Tuesday, that they hadn’t received even 1/3rd quantity of the allotted vials from pharma companies despite placing a purchase order, based on the allocation.The division bench of Justices Sunil Shukre and Avinash Gharote orally noted that these claims were missing from the State’s affidavit and then directed them to file a detailed response on the efforts taken by them to procure the drugs from manufacturers, following MoHFW’s revised allocation.The Central Government’s order is specific, and it ought to be followed in its letter and spirit by all the States, in particular the State of Maharashtra. It is in this regard that we would like to have specific information from the State of Maharashtra, which for the present, is not forthcoming.The State Government, through its Nodal Officer, would be required to place on record a detailed affidavit as to the steps taken by it in pursuance of the directions given by the Central Government in its communication dated 21st April 2021.”The Central Committee (MoHFW) order requires the State to immediately appoint a State Nodal Officer who would be responsible for the unrestricted and timely movement of Remdesivir drug within the State of Maharashtra and coordinate with the Centre. Other directions include placing purchase orders with individual manufacturers based on revised allocation.A Nodal officer is already appointed, the State informed the Court.The bench also directed the State, through the Nodal officer, to issue a revised circular, on the allotment of Remdesivir to different districts within the State, if not already done.Unless and until such a revised district-wise allocation order is issued by the State Government, it would not be possible for any of the districts to ascertain as to whether or not it is being supplied Remdesivir vials in numbers matching with the drug quota allocated to that district. Therefore, we direct the State Government to also place on record information in this regard along with a copy of the latest district-wise allocation of Remdesivir drug.On April 23, the bench had interacted with the Drug Controller General of India (DGCI), VG Somani, via video conferencing to discuss issues related to the supply of Remdesivir drug for the State of Maharashtra. Somani informed the Court that the allocation of Remdesivir was done by a Central Committee, adding, the allocation can be increased if a specific request with proper justification is received from Maharashtra.The Court then directed the State to request for an increased allocation if found fit, following which a request was made by the State and allocation was increased. During the hearing on Tuesday, the bench also passed several other directions. Import of Remdesivir for MaharashtraState Counsel Ketki Joshi informed the bench that the State wants to import Remdesivir from other countries such as Bangladesh, Hong Kong and Singapore. But the Central Government has still not responded to the Chief Secretary of State of Maharashtra’s letter dated 22nd April 2021, seeking permission for the same.The bench then requested ASGI U.M. Aurangabadkar, to seek instructions from the Central Government on this subject and inform the Court as to whether or not the Central Government has granted permission to the State of Maharashtra for importing Remdesivir. Government Medical College allowed to reduce 120 beds (20%) Oxygen beds, use them as a contingency.During the hearing, GMC’s Dean Sudhir Gupta cited a letter from Brain Trusters, Hospital Project Management Consultancy Services firm, in charge of the maintenance and upkeep of their oxygen storage plant, advising GMC to earmark 20 % of its oxygen beds as contingency beds on the ground that there has been a sudden increase in demand of oxygen and on another hand, supply of oxygen is erratic and, therefore, a situation may arise that on a given day there is not available sufficient storage of oxygen, which may lead to the collapse of entire distribution system leading to endangering of lives of all patients.The bench said the apprehension was reasonable, and, therefore, reduction of oxygen beds by 20 % as advised by the consultant can be accepted and we do accept it.This would mean that 20% of the total 600 oxygen beds would not be permitted to be occupied by any patient and these beds would exist only to meet any contingency of an unforeseen nature like tripping of oxygen storage plant. In the circumstances, we grant permission to G.M.C., Nagpur to reserve 20 % of the total 600 oxygen beds as contingency beds, the bench observed.During the hearing, the bench took note of the fact that all 600 beds were currently occupied and directed PSUs to use CSR funds to set up oxygen plants in the Government Hospitals.Click Hear To Download/Read OrderTagsBombay High Cour t Nagpur Bench Remdesivir Maharashtra Justice Sunil Shukre Justice Avinash G Gharote Next Storylast_img read more


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first_img Criticism after crashed car is burnt out in Ballymagroarty Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By News Highland – March 22, 2018 Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic DL Debate – 24/05/21 Twitter WhatsApp FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Facebook AudioHomepage BannerNews Twittercenter_img Investigations are continuing after a car crashed through a fence in the Ballymagroarty area of Derry and was subsequently burned out.Local Councillor Eric McGinley says the incident was ‘reckless’.The incident happened at the junction of Northland Road and Branch Road in the early hours of this morning.Cllr Mc Ginley says such actions threaten the lives of those involved, as well as passersby who be in the vicinity……………….Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/ericcar.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. WhatsApp Pinterest Google+ Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction Pinterest Google+ News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Previous articleHIQA highlights inadequate Garda vetting concerns at three Donegal residential centresNext articleOllie Horgan wants Harps to improve on Wexford record News Highland Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population growslast_img read more


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first_img Google+ GRA welcome Gardai wearing masks from this week By News Highland – May 20, 2020 AudioHomepage BannerNews Google+ Gardai in Donegal and elsewhere have begun wearing masks this week in situations where they cannot maintain social distancing.The majority of Gardai will be wearing the masks in patrol cars, shops or in someone’s home from now on.But they haven’t been deemed necessary for open air policing, such as foot or bike patrols or on checkpoints.Vice President of the GRA Frank Thornton says it’s a move they’ve been waiting for for some time:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/FRGFHGFHGFHANK1PM.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Twitter Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows center_img News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th WhatsApp Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Previous articlePetition launched opposing plans for asphalt plant at BurnfootNext articleHouse broken into and ransacked in Bready News Highland DL Debate – 24/05/21 Facebooklast_img read more


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first_imgkali9/iStockBy BILL HUTCHINSON, ABC News(NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J.) — All it took was 15 seconds for four gunmen to kill two people and injure six others at a house party near Rutgers University, a surveillance video of the attack shows.New Brunswick police released the video of the shooting that unfolded early Sunday outside a house party just two blocks from the south side of the Rutgers campus.The footage shows a car pulling up to a house at 1:18 a.m. and four gunmen jumping out with guns blazing and aimed at about 100 people gathered outside the residence, where a birthday party was taking place.In just 15 seconds, more than two dozen shots were fired before the team of gun-wielding perpetrators got back in the car and sped off.Two men mortally wounded in the shooting were taken to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, where they were pronounced dead. The six other people who suffered bullet wounds were taken to multiple hospitals in the area.While many Rutgers students live in off-campus housing in the neighborhood where the shooting occurred, authorities said the investigation shows that no students or staff affiliated with Rutgers were injured in the shooting or had any affiliation with the targeted house party.Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the gunmen, who left the street littered with shell casings and casualties. As of Monday morning, no arrests had been made.Witnesses told ABC News station WABC in New York that prior to the shooting a fight broke out at the house the gunman appeared to target.Jacob Beacher, a Rutgers University student, who lives nearby, told WABC that following the eruption of gunfire, he rushed out of his residence to see wounded victims lying in the street.“I ran up to one young man and I’m saying, ‘I’m here man,’ and he’s gargling blood, so I flipped him over so he won’t choke or suffocate, checked for a pulse,” Beacher said.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more


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