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Backyard bounty: Vegetables are nature’s original nutritional powerhouses

first_imgShare on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 TAGSBackyard GardensBonnie Plants Previous article5 things you can do to improve the look of your yard todayNext articleSpring Break is Over, Has Senioritis kicked in? Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom Please enter your name here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Please enter your comment! Great tips for a great backyard garden  You’ve probably heard the chatter around how a handful of unusual foods are must-eat nutritional powerhouses – and wondered how you’ll ever get your kids to try kale or chia seeds. But you don’t have to stress over how to incorporate the latest health food fads into your family’s diet in order to get powerful nutrition.The truth is, those headline-grabbers aren’t the only nutritional powerhouses. Most vegetables are packed with vitamins and minerals, so quit worrying about how to pronounce acai or where to find seaweed in the supermarket. Instead, improve your family’s diet and save some money by growing nutrition-packed vegetables right in your own backyard. Keep these tips in mind:* Growing squash is easier than finding chia seeds. Many vegetables are easy to grow in any home environment, whether it’s a large garden plot or pots on your patio. Leafy greens like lettuce, spinach, arugula and kale are full of nutrients and simple to grow, even for beginners. Transplants, like those offered by Bonnie Plants, make it even easier by helping you bypass the work of starting from seed. Plus, you’ll harvest six weeks sooner.* Healthy benefits go far beyond nutrition. Growing your own vegetables and herbs means you’ll always have a fresh supply of nutrient-rich food at home. But gardening also delivers healthful exercise, time in the fresh air, and it’s a relaxing and satisfying activity.* Gardens are good for Mother Nature. The more food you grow at home, the fewer natural resources will be needed to grow veggies in far off places and ship them to your local supermarket. Your garden is also a great opportunity to recycle household food waste as compost. Plus, when you choose Bonnie Plants in biodegradable pots, you’re saving millions of pounds of plastic from landfills. The pots decompose, add nutrients to the soil and help prevent transplant shock.* Gardening could get your kids excited about veggies – really! When kids participate in gardening, they take ownership of the plants they help grow. And with their hands in the dirt, they’re not on their cellphones or playing video games. Kids who grow veggies are much more likely to eat them, and make gardening an ongoing, healthy habit.* Save money at the supermarket. Growing your own food means you’ll spend much less money in the produce aisle. Plus, you can grow a wide variety of vegetables and herbs, even expensive, restaurant-style “foodie” greens you may not have tried otherwise.The plant pros at Bonnie recommend these nutrient powerhouses to jumpstart your garden:* Strawberries – Just one cup of berries contains 3 grams of fiber and more than a full day’s recommended allowance of vitamin C. Phenols are potent antioxidants that work to protect the heart, fight cancer, block inflammation, and they give strawberries their red color.* Sweet potatoes – Alpha and beta carotene give sweet potatoes their bright orange color, and your body converts these compounds into vitamin A, which is good for your eyes, bones and immune system. A half cup of sweet potato provides nearly four times the daily recommended allowance of vitamin A, plus vitamins C, B6, potassium and manganese.* Broccoli – This green nutritional giant delivers vitamins C, A and K (associated with bone health), folate and sulforaphane that helps stimulate the body’s detoxifying enzymes.* Tomatoes – Tomatoes provide vitamins A, C and B, potassium and lycopene – an important phytonutrient thought to help fight various cancers and lower cholesterol.* Spinach – Spinach contains more than a dozen phytonutrients, and twice the daily recommended allowance of vitamin K. These nutrients contribute to cardiovascular and colon health, better brain function, eyesight and increased energy.* Kale – Kale contains vitamins A, C and K. A cup of cooked kale gives you more than 1,000 percent of the daily value for vitamin K. It’s also high in manganese, which promotes bone density.* Cauliflower – Low in calories and carbohydrates, cauliflower is packed with a long list of nutrients, including phytonutrients. They say cauliflower is the new kale!For more information on growing nutritional powerhouse vegetables, visit www.bonnieplants.com. Bonnie Plants is the largest producer and supplier of vegetable and herb plants in North America. You’ll find their plants at Home Depot, Walmart, Lowes and 4,700 independent garden retailers. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 last_img read more

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Public Housing VPO in Ciudad Real / Rojo/Fernández-Shaw

first_img Social Housing “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/625698/public-housing-vpo-in-ciudad-real-rojo-fernandez-shaw Clipboard Spain Save this picture!Courtesy of Rojo/Fernández-Shaw+ 19 Share CopySocial Housing•Ciudad Real, Spain ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/625698/public-housing-vpo-in-ciudad-real-rojo-fernandez-shaw Clipboard Projects 2009 “COPY”center_img 2009 Public Housing VPO in Ciudad Real / Rojo/Fernández-ShawSave this projectSavePublic Housing VPO in Ciudad Real / Rojo/Fernández-Shaw Year:  Public Housing VPO in Ciudad Real / Rojo/Fernández-Shaw Architects: Rojo/Fernández-Shaw Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs Photographs:  Courtesy of Rojo/Fernández-Shaw Collaborators:Santiago Buraglía, Irene HwangProject Implementation:Santiago Buraglía, José Manuel Garrido MolinaSite Management:Sander Laheij, Itziar Vinagre, Marcia Neto OliveiraStructure:Alfonso Gomez-GaiteConditioning Environmental:Úrculo IngenierosOCT:Control Técnico y Prevención de Riesgos (CPV)Constructor:Juan Ramírez Proyectos y Construcciones (JRC)Architects In Charge:Begoña Fernández-Shaw, Luis Rojo de CastroCity:Ciudad RealCountry:SpainMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!Courtesy of Rojo/Fernández-ShawRecommended ProductsWoodEGGERLaminatesWoodGustafsWood Veneered Wall & Ceiling PanelsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsText description provided by the architects. This is a public housing project of 74 units in Ciudad Real, on one of the new development areas of the city, near where the ring road will be constructed and, therefore, at its boundary. The project is confronted to the suburban and unformed landscape that surrounds the city, half agricultural half urban.Save this picture!Courtesy of Rojo/Fernández-ShawThis is an area without homogeneous or coherent references, as it is surrounded by an office building, a school, and other housing of different types (blocks, condos, single family, etc.).Save this picture!Ground Floor PlanDue to the fact that the commission is the result of a public architectural competition, its purpose is also to explore contemporary models of domesticity and housing morphologies, as well as the construction of a suburban environment in which the structuring role of shared public spaces and a domestic iconography might play a significant role.Save this picture!Courtesy of Rojo/Fernández-ShawWe started the project taking into account issues of scale and protection against external uncontrolled conditions, rather than trying to adapt to the external circumstances. The project is planned as linear blocks. Working within the strict limits of regulation parameters, and flexing them to our advantage, the normative volumes were reinterpreted ichnographically.Save this picture!Cross SectionThe solid volumes are repeated in their morphology and disposition, however carefully differentiated due to changing conditions of orientation, access and perceptual variation. They also suffer from strategic fragmentation and formal alterations in order to increase the role of exterior spaces, interstitial relationships and the role of the ground plane.Save this picture!Courtesy of Rojo/Fernández-ShawWe believe that contemporary housing should be flexible to allow for different uses, to permit the possibility of change and transformations over time and we also understand the relation of the dwelling with the exterior space as a value that should be taken into account inside the housing at the present time.Save this picture!Courtesy of Rojo/Fernández-ShawTherefore these volumes, these homes, try to adjust to the new landscape that has been created, both interior and exterior, by way of 5 mechanisms implemented: to take into account the flexibility inside each unit, the flexibility in the combination of the different typologies, the role of intermediate spaces judged out of the volumes and the voids in between the blocks themselves and their capacity to create spaces of relationship between the dwellings.Save this picture!Courtesy of Rojo/Fernández-ShawFinally we located the parking area underground so that the space between the housing blocks may be of common use, and there is no need to worry about the car or traffic.Save this picture!Courtesy of Rojo/Fernández-ShawProject gallerySee allShow lessLight Matters: Heightening The Perception Of Daylight With Henry Plummer (Part 1)InterviewsCentral Art Depository Freiburg / Pfeifer Kuhn ArchitektenSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Calle Gregorio Marañón, Ciudad Real, Ciudad Real, SpainLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Year:  CopyAbout this officeRojo/Fernández-ShawOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcreteBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureSocial HousingCiudad RealResidentialSpainPublished on May 03, 2015Cite: “Public Housing VPO in Ciudad Real / Rojo/Fernández-Shaw ” 03 May 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Cambodian journalist jailed for two Facebook posts critical of Hun Sen

first_img Organisation The EU announced in February that it would suspend tariff-free access on more than 1 billion dollars in Cambodian exports in retaliation for the government’s unrelenting suppression of human rights including press freedom, which RSF documented in a report in 2018. The warrant was prompted by two Facebook posts critical of Hun Sen on 24 June. In the first, Ros Sokhet questioned the prime minister’s declared intention to name his son as his successor at the head of government. In the second, he questioned the lack of any government solution for Cambodians who are unable to pay their debts to banks as a result of the Covid-19 crisis. February 24, 2021 Find out more Ros Sokhet leaves Phnom Penh Municipal Court after he was questioned on June 26 regarding Facebook posts he had made earlier in the week (photo: Panha Chhorpoan / CamboJA). RSF decries Cambodian plan for Chinese-style “Great Firewall” Unrelenting crackdown Cambodian journalist gets 20 months in jail for livestream Google experiments drop Australian media from search results UpdateThe Phnom Penh municipal court on 11 November sentenced Ros Sokhet to 18 months in prison with a fine of two million riels (415 euros). RSF condemns this totally baseless sentence, and supports Sokhet’s decision to file an appeal.The latest victim is Ros Sokhet, the publisher of the Cheat Khmer (“Khmer Nation”) newspaper, who was arrested on 25 June on a warrant issued the previous day by the Phnom Penh municipal police Cybercrime Bureau for “incitement to provoke serious chaos in social security.” News “We demand the immediate release of Ros Sokhet, whose detention for two posts critical of the prime minister shows that Phnom Penh is now adopting the methods of the worst totalitarian regimes,” said Daniel Bastard, the head of RSF’s Asia-Pacific desk. “Nothing is now holding back the Hun Sen clique’s headlong rush to gag dissenting voices. For this reason, we urge the EU to toughen the trade sanctions it recently imposed on the Cambodian government.” Cambodia is ranked 144th out of 180 countries and territories in RSF’s 2020 World Press Freedom Index. June 30, 2020 – Updated on November 12, 2020 Cambodian journalist jailed for two Facebook posts critical of Hun Sen CambodiaAsia – Pacific Condemning abusesOnline freedoms ImprisonedJudicial harassment The first victim of the past three months was Sovann Rithy, the director of the TVFB news site, who was arrested on a charge of “incitement to cause chaos” on 7 April simply for reporting a comment by Hun Sen earlier that day suggesting that the government could not help everyone whose business was affected by Covid-19 epidemic.center_img to go further Help by sharing this information January 21, 2021 Find out more Receive email alerts News CambodiaAsia – Pacific Condemning abusesOnline freedoms ImprisonedJudicial harassment News RSF_en Sok Oudom, the owner and manager of Rithisen radio in Kampong Chhnang City, 95 km north of Phnom Penh, was arrested on the same charge of “incitement to cause chaos” on 13 May after broadcasting a report about a land conflict between the residents of a village and a local military official. Follow the news on Cambodia News After an additional interrogation on 26 June, Ros Sokhet was transferred from police custody to pre-trial detention. On the same day, an information ministry spokesman said the ministry was considering rescinding Cheat Khmer’s licence although it was renewed in April without any problem. On 28 June, Ros Sokhet was finally charged with “incitement to commit a felony” under Articles 494 and 495 of the Criminal Code. If convicted, he faces six months to two years in prison. December 28, 2020 Find out more Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the European Union to toughen its sanctions against Prime Minister Hun Sen’s government in Cambodia after a third journalist in three months was arrested for “inciting chaos.” last_img read more

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#Limerick woman died in ambulance after seven hour wait

first_imgPredictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Linkedin Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live TAGSAmbulanceAtheafeaturedlimerick Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” News#Limerick woman died in ambulance after seven hour waitBy Staff Reporter – March 28, 2016 1553 WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORcenter_img WhatsApp The #Limerick family questioned if their mother was hospitalised sooner could she have survivedTHE family of a #Limerick woman who died in an ambulance outside her home have questioned why it wasn’t supplied with vital life-saving equipment.Bridget O’Connor (66) Markievicz Park, Athea died shortly before 5pm on September 24 of last year in an ambulance outside her home despite the efforts of doctors and emergency technicians who performed CPR for more than 90 minutes.At the inquest into her death on Monday, West Limerick Coroner Antoinette Simon was told that Mrs O’Connor’s daughter Mary said her mother was very unsettled the night before she died and “did not look well” in the days leading up to her death.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up At 10.30 on the morning of her death, Mrs O’Connor’s GP, Davina Meredith, called for an ambulance as she required immediate hospital care due to the onset of pneumonia.An ambulance eventually arrived at 1pm but it wasn’t equipped with a blood pressure monitor. At 3pm, a second ambulance arrived and Mrs O’Connor was transferred to this vehicle outside her home.30 minutes later she went into cardiac arrest and the emergency medical technicians performed CPR in an effort to resuscitate her. Two rounds of adrenaline were administered by Dr Meredith but after 50 minutes of continuous CPR, she was pronounced dead at 4:50pm.Sergeant Gary Thompson told the inquest that Gardaí were alerted a short time later and Mrs O’Connor’s remains were brought back in to her home from the ambulance for formal identification.A post mortem examination carried out at the University Hospital Limerick found that Mrs O’Connor, who was a heavy smoker, had acute pneumonia and the early onset of lung cancer.Questioning Dr Eimear Caffrey who was giving medical evidence at the inquest, family members, including Mrs O’Connor’s daughter Mary, questioned why “the first ambulance wasn’t fully equipped”.She also asked “if she had been brought to hospital in time, could she have been saved ?”Another family member asked why the second ambulance was diverted to another call-out before arriving at the home.When Dr Caffrey said she was unable to answer those questions, Ms Simon asked that the family make contact with their GP for further possible investigations to be carried out on their behalf.In her verdict, the Coroner ruled that death was due to acute cardio respiratory failure secondary to bronchial pneumonia and the jury returned a verdict in accordance with medical evidence. Advertisement Previous articleRetired Limerick peace commissioner died in house fireNext articleGlin castle in #Limerick could be yours for a mere 6.5 million Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Twitter Email Facebook Printlast_img read more

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Yellow weather alert remains in place for low temperatures

first_imgHomepage BannerNews Motorists are advised a ‘yellow alert’ – low temperature warning – will remain in place until tomorrow morning.Temperatures dropped to as low as minus 4 degrees last tonight, but lows of minus 6 are predicted later tonight.The yellow alert began at 9pm on Saturday and is expected to continue until 10am on Monday.Road conditions across the northwest made for dangerous travel.There were a number of incidents in the Rosses area.The condition of minor roads in the area are described as “dangerous” with particular care being advised on the glen road between Loughanure and Annagry that branches off the main N56. Motorists travelling to Loughanure from Annagry are advised that the crossroads junction in Loughanure is extremely slippy with cars sliding on the the main N56.An articulated lorry has gone off the road at Crónasealg just outside Dungloe, while cars are reported off at lower Loughanure and in the wider Dungloe area.The driver of the artic lorry was treated at the scene in the early hours for shock and minor injuries. Previous articleStrabane man Pearse McCauley appears in court charged with stabbing wifeNext articleLow temperature warning remains in place as it’s to get even colder tonight News Highland Google+ 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Google+ WhatsApp Twitter By News Highland – December 28, 2014 Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Yellow weather alert remains in place for low temperatures Facebookcenter_img Facebook Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Twitter 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Pinterestlast_img read more

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School shooting suspect on FBI’s radar since 2013: Authorities

first_imgMarion County Sheriffâ??s Office(OCALA, Fla.) — The FBI had the suspect in a Florida school shooting last week on its radar since 2013, new documents show.Sky Bouche, 19, shot a student in the ankle at a high school in Ocala, according to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office.The victim, whose identity has not been released, suffered non-life threatening injuries.Approximately five years before that shooting, the Federal Bureau of Investigation contacted authorities in Florida after Bouche “[triggered] an internet alarm when he made inappropriate YouTube comments on Columbine school shooting videos,” according to a press release from the Ocala Police Department.According to the press release, Bouche posted comments such as: “I’m thinking about doing my school the same way, I have enough guns and ammo. I have been planning for months, but not sure when to do it.”Officials then interviewed Bouche, who admitted to making the comments but said he only did it to “gather attention because he felt hopeless,” according to the press release.Following the interview, officials searched Bouche’s home for firearms and located several replicas of guns, such as air-soft BB guns and pellet guns.No criminal charges were filed against Bouche in the 2013 incident, and he was referred to suicidal and violence risk assessments, according to Ocala Police.Bouche faces five charges last week’s shooting, including terrorism and aggravated assault with a firearm, according to the sheriff’s office.He is currently being held at the Marion County jail on no bond.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

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E-expenses system to save KPMG £1m a year

first_img Comments are closed. E-expenses system to save KPMG £1m a yearOn 29 Jan 2002 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. KPMG expects to save £1m a year after putting its expenses system online. The accounting company will increase productivity by reducing red tape andhalve its finance team to 10. The move has also reduced the time it takes employees to receive expenses bymore than half. It now takes only two days for expenses to appear in staff bank accountscompared with five days previously. Alan Dean, KPMG e-projects manager, believes the move has improvedproductivity. “If you empower employees you receive trust in return,”he said. “The reduction in red tape has helped increase productivity,freeing-up line managers to concentrate on added-value parts of the role.”Employees’ corporate Amex credit cards are linked directly to their Intranetexpenses account. A receipt of each transaction is printed out and a barcodesent to the finance department. If finance does not receive five consecutive barcodes, expenses are stopped.The system cost the firm between £500,000 and £1m to install. It expects tosave more than the outlay in the first year. last_img read more

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OTM challenges Rightmove to follow its lead and introduce a fees freeze

first_imgHome » News » Marketing » OTM challenges Rightmove to follow its lead and introduce a fees freeze previous nextMarketingOTM challenges Rightmove to follow its lead and introduce a fees freezePortal says it is to both not increase its fees during 2020 and also maintain its 10% discount system for agents who observe the ‘one other portal’ rule.Nigel Lewis3rd September 201901,031 Views OnTheMarket has challenged Rightmove not to increase its listings fees next year as the property market enters a challenging period following Brexit.The formerly-mutual portal has announced that it is to lead by example and will freeze its fees for agents paying the full standard tariff.This will apply to agents who entered into a five-year agreement when the portal launched on the London stock exchange in February last year.“It will be interesting to see whether or not Rightmove follows our lead on this or chooses to continue imposing double-digit percentage fee increases on the path to its stated objective of average fees per advertiser of £2,500 per month,” says its CEO Ian Springett (pictured, left).“Agents may remember how Rightmove behaved in the difficult years following the 2008 banking crash. Between 2009 and 2012, Rightmove increased its average fees per advertiser by 72%.”Pricing pledgeOnTheMarket says its ‘pricing pledge’ also means that, although it is contractually allowed to increase its fees by 5% a year, the portal has decided that agents who either opt to, or have continued to, observe the ‘one other portal’ rule can continue to enjoy a 10% discount during 2020.This includes agents who decide to convert from the former Gold and Silver agreements and commit to a one, three or five-year contract.“We recognise the challenges facing agents right now and the outlook for 2020 is a continuation of the uncertainty which is slowing the market,” says Springett.“Consistent with our commitment to sustainable fair pricing, we have decided to remove at least one element of uncertainty for the agents who have loyally backed us.”Read more about OnTheMarket and Rightmove.Ian Springett Rightmove OnTheMarket September 3, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

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Guidance: Face coverings: when to wear one, exemptions, and how to make your own

first_imgThis page explains what face coverings are, their role in reducing the transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19), the settings in which they are recommended and how they should be safely used and stored. This information is based on current scientific evidence and is subject to change.Exemption cards or badgesSome people may feel more comfortable showing something that says they do not have to wear a face covering. This could be in the form of an exemption card, badge or even a home-made sign.This is a personal choice and is not necessary in law.If you would like to use an exemption card you can use the PDF attachments on this page.Those who have an age, health or disability reason not to wear a face covering should not be routinely asked to provide any written evidence of this. Written evidence includes exemption cards.last_img read more

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Freeman triumphs at World Bread Awards

first_imgJames Freeman of Victoria Bakery has been crowned overall winner at the Tiptree World Bread Awards 2015 with his London bloomer.At a harvest festival-style ceremony in St John’s Church in Hyde Park, London, on 6 October, Freeman’s loaf was also awarded the winner of the Great British White category.Freeman said of his win: “It was a complete surprise. I never expected it at all.”Another big winner on the night was Mark Bennett of Patisserie Mark Bennett, who scooped a clutch of awards including the speciality savoury category. His success at the World Bread Awards followed being presented The Craft Business Award at last month’s Baking Industry Awards, organised by British Baker.last_img

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