Property of the Week: Leinster Gardens, the HQ of Andreas Papadakis’ publishing house Academy Editions goes on sale

first_imgFriday 1 February 2019 11:18 am whatsapp Melissa York View from one of the terraces“Leinster Gardens is a beautiful home with a really interesting history,” says Robert Cox, Mayfair sales manager for Harrods Estates, which is handling the sale. “Its Victorian period features have been carefully preserved and renovated, reflecting Andreas Papadakis’ appreciated for tradition.”It’s Grade II Listed, so the original white stucco has been revived, the kitchen’s delicate cornicing with a vine leaves and grapes motif has been refurbished and oak herringbone parquet flooring reclaimed throughout.Modern improvements include handmade walnut cabinets in the kitchen and a Bulthaup island worth thousands; an oak leaf chandelier and hidden speakers in the walls; a master bedroom suite across the entire second floor; and an outdoor patio area.Call Harrods Estates’ Mayfair office on 020 7409 9001 or visit harrodsestates.com Back in the 1970s, it published over a thousand influential books and magazines dedicated to architecture and the decorative arts, drawing artists like Roy Lichtenstein, David Hockney and Charles Jencks to the Bayswater headquarters of the independent publishing house. Many of the world’s most famous architects, from Daniel Libeskind to Edwin Lutyens, passed through those doors to feature in its ‘Architectural Monographs’ series.And now, that very building is on sale. Having served as the office and home of founder Andreas Papadakis, the seven bedroom property is on the market for £7.95m. Property of the Week: Leinster Gardens, the HQ of Andreas Papadakis’ publishing house Academy Editions goes on sale One of the living rooms with parquet flooringThe six-storey house in Leinster Gardens was established as the home of Academy Editions in 1974 and became a post-modernist landmark due to its exuberant colour scheme designed by architect Sir Terry Farrell. It’s also part of a famous, white stucco terrace built by Henry de Bruno Austin in 1857, which is famous for having two ‘dummy houses’ at numbers 23 and 24.They are just exterior facades with no houses attached, only the Tube line behind, because the architect didn’t want there to be an unattractive gap in his terrace. During the 1920s, it was a common prank to invite people to parties at these addresses and they also featured as a quirk in an episode of the BBC’s Sherlock Holmes series starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. Faithful followers of fashion in interior design and architecture will have heard of Academy Editions.Leinster Gardens, Bayswater, £7.95m whatsapp Historical curios aside, Greek-Cypriot born Papadakis paid great attention to preserving the period detailing, as have its current owners. Share Tags: Trading Archivelast_img read more

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras calls on Greeks to vote “no” to reforms

first_img Sarah Spickernell whatsapp Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras calls on Greeks to vote “no” to reforms Monday 29 June 2015 5:32 pm Even if Greece votes against accepting the reforms put forward by creditors, it will not be pushed out of the Eurozone, according to Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. Read more: Jean-Claude Juncker says he feels “betrayed” by Alexis Tsipras During an interview televised on the Greek ERT channel on Monday night, he called on the people of Greece to vote “no” in the 5 July referendum, so that Athens has the mandate to seek a better deal. We’re asking you to reject it with all our strength. I don’t think they want to throw us out of the Euro and they are not going to do that because the financial cost is huge. He added that the lack of a deal being reached was not the fault of the Syriza party, and criticised European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker for favouring the IMF in negotiations.  “In these five months we’ve done whatever was humanly possible to reach an agreement,” he said.  Read more: This Londoner is crowdfunding a Greek bailout fund on Indiegogo The fears that Greece may be forced out of the Eurozone are intensifying. On Sunday, the ECB capped its emergency funding, prompting the government to close all banks on Monday while it imposed capital controls.  Earlier today, Athens confirmed it would not be able to pay back the €1.6bn (£1.14bn) it owes the IMF tomorrow, leading to sharp declines in equities across the world. S&P reacted by downgrading the country’s credit rating from CCC to CCC-.  Tsipras said during the interview that he’s still prepared to negotiate, but Eurozone ministers have been adamant that Greece must meet the 11pm deadline tomorrow or else default. https://twitter.com/tsipras_eu/status/615620548148744192  Show Comments ▼center_img Share whatsapp Tags: Greek debt crisis Jean-Claude Juncker People last_img read more

JAS Kingston and St. Andrew Branch Society Launches Agrofest 2009

first_imgJAS Kingston and St. Andrew Branch Society Launches Agrofest 2009 AgricultureMay 9, 2009 RelatedJAS Kingston and St. Andrew Branch Society Launches Agrofest 2009 Advertisements RelatedJAS Kingston and St. Andrew Branch Society Launches Agrofest 2009center_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail AGROFEST 2009, the annual agricultural show and exhibition staged by the Kingston and St. Andrew Association of Branch Societies of the Jamaica Agricultural SocietY (JAS), will be staged on the grounds of Jamaica College, Hope Road, Kingston, on Saturday, May 23.The announcement was made today (May 9) by President of the JAS, Senator Norman Grant, at the official launch at the JAS head office, Church Street, Kingston.May 23 would have normally been celebrated as National Labour Day, but, because it falls on a Saturday, Labour Day will be celebrated on Monday, May 25 this year under the theme, ‘Ketch the Vibes: Volunteerism, Intervention, Beautification, Empowerment for Success.’Senator Grant said that the extended week-end would allow the farmers to stage their annual agricultural show the Saturday, then participate in Labour Day projects on the Monday, including the JAS national project, the beautification and cleaning up of the Denbigh Showgrounds, Clarendon, where its annual national agricultural show will be staged July 31-August 1.“AGROFEST will be very exciting this year, and we are hoping to double the number of patrons from 2,000 to 4,000, because we need about $1 million to underwrite the show,” Senator Grant told JIS News.“We should be able to do very well this year if we can double the number of patrons to 4,000, and I am urging the residents of the Corporate Area to come out and support the event, because everything we are doing will be to benefit the farmers and the nation,” he added.He said that the proceeds will go towards the reconstruction of the pavilion at Denbigh.AGROFEST 2009 is being held under the theme,” Grow what we eat, Eat what we grow,” and will feature over 70 agricultural and horticultural displays, a farm queen competition, mounted police exhibition, Guardsman’s canine display, farmers’ market and a small ruminant display. RelatedJAS Kingston and St. Andrew Branch Society Launches Agrofest 2009last_img read more

Afternoon Brief, October 21

first_imgFacebook Trending Story:Wineries Sue Insurers for $20 Million in Smoke Taint LossesKunde and Vintage Wine Estates (VWE) have filed suit against their insurers at Sonoma County Superior Court collectively seeking approximately $20 million in losses. The wineries claim their insurers wrongfully refused to pay for smoke taint damages caused by the October 2017 Northern California wildfires …Today’s News:Despite Public Concerns, Napa County Approves a ‘Remote’ Winery on a Mountain RoadHard Six Cellars winery can be built amid the forests and volcanic soils of Diamond Mountain southwest of Calistoga, despite concerns among opponents about the remote location …Close to Home: Farmworkers and the Wealth of Wine CountryThe contribution of Sonoma County’s farmworkers to creating Wine Country wealth is rarely acknowledged. Now that the grape harvest is wrapping up, it is appropriate to consider the wages and working conditions of vineyard workers …Sustainable Packaging Likely to Become Battleground for Premium Alcohol Producers, Says GlobalDataAs ethical credentials become increasingly prominent markers of quality, sustainable packaging is likely to become a battleground for premium alcohol beverage brands, says GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company …Viticulture Briefs: Bill to Fight Pierce’s Disease in Vineyards Signed by Governor NewsomDecision on Fate of Walt Ranch Could be Determined by San Francisco Appeals CourtBipartisan Congressional Resolution Acknowledges Importance of American Viticultural AreasAugmented Reality Connect Consumers to Wine SustainabilityWhy We Should Be Talking About Open-Air WinemakingVinexpo New York Returns to the Javits Center for a Third Year, March 2-3, 2020Harvest of Angst: Early West Slope Freeze Panicked Colorado Growers, but Didn’t Ice the Glut of Wine Grapes on the VineUS and EU Spirits Groups Call for End to Tariffs: ‘There Are No Winners in a Trade War’Bordeaux’s 2019 Vintage a Split DecisionNatural Wine Takes AustraliaThe World’s Favorite Wine GrapesBlogs:Does It Matter Where a Wine Is Bottled?Case Study from Data + Wine: How to See What You Aren’t Seeing NowWhy Harvest Is a Good Time to Review Grape Disease ManagementNatural Wine-Ouch! Is It Funny Because It’s True?White Wine RisingWineIndustry.Jobs:Lab Tech in Custom Crush WineryThe Wine Foundry – Napa, CA, USATasting Room ManagerConfidential – Healdsburg, CA, USATechnical Sales RepresentativePacific Winemaking llc – Sherwood, OR, USAMore Wine Industry Jobs…Feature Your Job Listing in the Afternoon BriefPeople:Treasury Wine Estates Chief Executive Michael Clarke to Step DownDale Stratton Joins Emetry’s Board of AdvisorsTOR Napa Valley Appoints Elizabeth Robertis Director of Private ClientsRutherford Wine Company Taps Industry Veterans for Senior PositionsMeet the First Female Winemaker of Hospices de BeauneSupplier News:Attilio Scienza and Serena Imazio’s Nonfiction Bestseller About the Historical and Genetic Journey of European Grapevines Finally Published in EnglishSecond Edition of the Barolo & Barbaresco Academy Takes OffGanau Launches PhénixLearn the Benefits of Adding Tannins Before FermentationMore Supplier News…Vineyard & Winery:Jordan Winery Introduces Estate Garden PlatesFlat Top Moments Celebrate the Everyday Occasions Worth SavoringSouth African Wine Producer Promotes Benefits of CHEPFall Is a Fine Time for Virginia WineFifth Generation Farm for Sale in New Zealand Wine Country Pinterest Linkedin Advertisement Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Twitter Subscribe to the Afternoon BriefAdvertisement center_img TAGSAnauAustraliaColoradoDale StrattonElizabeth RobertisGusmerHard Six CellarsHospices de BeauneJordan WineryKaan KurturalKunde and Vintage Wine EstagesMichael ClarkeNew ZealandPacific WinemakingRutherford Wine CompanySouth AfricanThe Wine FoundryTreasure Wine EstatesUC Davis ReddIt Share Email Previous articleWineries Sue Insurers for $20 Million in Smoke Taint LossesNext articleNew Scotch and Bourbon Study & Certification Program Announced Editor Home Afternoon Brief Afternoon Brief, October 21Afternoon BriefAfternoon Brief, October 21By Editor – October 21, 2019 113 0 last_img read more

Germany gets approval to use 700 MHz for fast internet connections

first_img Related Saleha Riaz Tags Saleha joined Mobile World Live in October 2014 as a reporter and works across all e-newsletters – creating content, writing blogs and reports as well as conducting feature interviews…More Read more Author The German cabinet has approved a change to regulations which will allow frequencies in 700 MHz spectrum, currently used for television, to be used for fast internet connections in rural areas, Reuters has reported.At the moment, only 20 per cent of the country’s rural areas have access to wireless broadband.The government has also given the green light to an auction of new frequency bands.Last month telecoms regulator Bundesnetzagentur said it would auction radio spectrum in the 700 MHz band in May and June of this year, as well as re-auctioning frequencies in the 900 MHz and 1.8 GHz part of the spectrum, where licences expire in 2016.The auction could bring in as much as €4.5 billion and the government wants to use the money to invest in the expansion of broadband and digital infrastructure.Germany launched its ‘Digital Agenda’ in August, committing to provide all homes with minimum speeds of 50 Mb/s by 2018. Germany boosts 5G project funding Germany set to move on €1.1B coverage scheme AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 12 FEB 2015 Home Germany gets approval to use 700 MHz for fast internet connections Germany Previous ArticleMTN exploring Telkom acquisition – reportNext ArticleTelenor appoints new CEOs at dtac and Digi Germany stops short of 5G vendor bans in security ruleslast_img read more

Falcarragh hit with water outage yet again

first_imgAudioHomepage BannerNews Pinterest Previous articleRespite Hours for Children with Disabilities Cut across DonegalNext articleNothing found after reports of pipe bombs left in Limavady News Highland Harps come back to win in Waterford Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR A number of properties in Falcarragh will be without water for much of this morning due to yet another pipe burst. Homes, businesses and the HSE block in the town are all said to be affected by the outage.The area has suffered numerous outages in recent times, with upgraded pipe replacement works due to begin in the autumn.Local Cllr Michael Cholm MacGiolla Easbuig says the area where some of the works are to take place was only recently resurfaced and will have to be dug up again by Irish Water.He believes Irish Water could have carried out works in tandem with the resurfacing and prevent what he says is a huge waste of taxpayers’ money:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/michfjghjghjghalcarragh.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Falcarragh hit with water outage yet again Twitter Google+center_img Pinterest News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Google+ WhatsApp WhatsApp By News Highland – July 5, 2019 FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Twitter Facebook DL Debate – 24/05/21 last_img read more

SA Rugby mag’s daily quiz (Question 3)

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Democratic Debate In Atlanta: Watch Parties, Rally And More

first_img Schools Are Dropping Mask Requirements, But A New CDC Study Suggests They Shouldn’t Related Stories Last updated at 10:29 a.m. on Nov. 20Next Wednesday will be a busy day in Atlanta, thanks to the upcoming Democratic presidential primary debate to be held at Tyler Perry Studios.Already a rally is planned, and watch parties will be held throughout the city. Former President Barack Obama is also scheduled to speak live during a conference that’s unrelated to the debate.Here’s our list of events that are planned to happen in Atlanta on debate day, Nov. 20. A Rally Is Planned In Front Of The Debate VenueThe Democratic Debate PRO-LIFE Democrat Rally is planning to get together in front of Tyler Perry Studios on Nov. 20 from 5 to 8 p.m. The rally is organized by the nonprofit Democrats For Life of America. It is a part of a nationwide, anti-abortion, left-leaning group of rallies that previously stopped in Detroit and Houston.Where Debate Watch Parties In Atlanta Are HappeningAtlanta Debate Watch Party656 Sports Bar & Grille, 656 Pryor St. SW, AtlantaHost: Elizabeth WarrenCost: FreeAdmission is first-come, first-served at this watch party that Team Warren is throwing.Official Tulsi Gabbard Debate Watch PartyAtlanta Music Project, 883 Dill Ave. SW, AtlantaHost: TulsiNowCost: FreeLight refreshments and snacks will be offered to those who attend. But make sure that you RSVP before showing up, because space will be limited. Also, Gabbard plans to make an appearance after the debate.2020 Presidential Debate Watch PartyLocation Provided After Ticket Purchase, 7 p.m.Host: Democratic Party of GeorgiaCost: $20Tickets are going fast for this watch party. The only ticket that’s still available is for $20. Only those 21 and over with an ID can attend.Georgia is a Battleground State Debate Watch PartyGeorgia Beer Garden, 7 to 11 p.m.Hosts: NARAL Pro-Choice Georgia, Millennials for Progress and Millennials for Abrams Cost: FreeThis is billed as a Democratic event and doesn’t give preference to any of the current presidential candidates. The organizers welcome anyone and encourage a donation of $5 to Fair Fight Action, the advocacy group started by Stacey Abrams that focuses on voting rights. Cobb Debate Watch PartiesThree locations in Cobb County, 7 to 11 p.m.Host: Cobb County Democratic CommitteeCost: $3In Cobb County, there are three watch parties planned at The Monticello in East Cobb, Taco Mac in West Cobb and Huey Luey’s Mexican Kitchen & Margarita Bar in Acworth. Debate bingo will be played, and snacks will be provided.Gainesville Latinx Debate Watch PartyLatino Caucus of the Democratic Party of Georgia, 8 to 11 p.m.Host: Latino Caucus Of The Democratic Party Of GeorgiaCost: FreeDuring this event to be held at the caucus’ location in Atlanta, free tacos will be provided to attendees. This is one of the few watch parties that are planned by the Latino Caucus of the Democratic Party of Georgia.Gwinnett Latinx Debate Watch PartyMariscos Mazatlan, Seafood Bar and Grill, 8 to 11 p.m.Host: Latino Caucus of the Democratic Party of GeorgiaCost: FreeIn Duluth, the Latino Caucus of the Democratic Party of Georgia will be hosting a watch party that will have free appetizers available.Official Atlanta Presidential Debate “#DumpTrump2020” Watch PartyBQE Restaurant & Lounge, 8 to 11 p.m.Host: Hispanic And Hip Hop Political Action CommitteeCost: FreeThis debate watch party is centered around the single-issue cause called #DumpTrump2020. Upstairs in the event’s venue, there will be live comedy.Presidential Debate Watch Party 55th & Park Restaurant & Lounge, 8 to 11 p.m.Hosts: Black Youth Vote and Georgia STAND-UPCost: FreeTrivia, door prizes and discussions are planned for this watch party. There will also be free food at this event that is geared to those who are ages 18-35. Debate Watch PartyHudson Grille Sandy Springs, 8:30 to 11:30 p.m.Host: Mark KleinCost: FreeThis non-partisan event is inviting any campaign to join the party. It’s free to attend, but the organizer is encouraging people to sign up for tickets online to make a headcount.Obama To Deliver A Speech In AtlantaDuring the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo, Obama will give the keynote address on Nov. 20. The event brings in “green building professionals” to enable sustainability within cities, buildings and communities.The whole conference lasts from Nov. 19 to 22 at the Georgia World Congress Center. Access to Wednesday’s events, including the keynote, would cost $600 in advance or $650 onsite. This list will be updated. The Growing Power Of The AAPI Vote, By The Numbers Add to My List In My List DOJ Uses Civil Rights-Era Law To Charge Protesters And Insurrectionists Sharelast_img read more

SEC approves rule limiting use of derivatives in funds

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Hanwha Q CELLS supplies 4.5 MW project in France

first_imgHanwha Q CELLS supplies 4.5 MW project in FranceFrench renewable energy group VSB has tapped Hanwha Q CELLS modules for its solar farm in southeastern France, saying their reliability as well as Hanwha Q CELLS’ carbon certificate were decisive factors. September 24, 2013 Edgar Meza Manufacturing Markets Markets & Policy Share Hanwha Q CELLS is partnering with French group VSB énergies nouvelles on a 4.5 MW project in southeastern France.Hanwha Q CELLS, based in Thalheim, Germany, supplied 17,352 Q PRO-G2 260 Wp modules for the solar parl, located in the commune of Mazaugues, part of the Var department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region.VSB oversaw the planning and installation of the recently completed 4.5 MW project. While VSB said it chose Q CELLS panels due to their high quality and reliability, Hanwha Q CELLS also holds a Carbon Footprint certificate for France, also an important factor for VSB and the French market as a whole. Carbon Footprint certificates are a mandatory requirement to participate in French tenders for solar plants larger than 250 kW.”VSB trusts Q CELLS solar modules,” said VSB President Emmanuel Macqueron. “They are produced in Europe and have for us the important carbon certificate, which allows our customers to benefit from the feed-in tariff. 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