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In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations.And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. Renowned stock-picker Mark Rogers and his analyst team at The Motley Fool UK have named 6 shares that they believe UK investors should consider buying NOW.So if you’re looking for more stock ideas to try and best position your portfolio today, then it might be a good day for you. Because we’re offering a full 33% off your first year of membership to our flagship share-tipping service, backed by our ‘no quibbles’ 30-day subscription fee refund guarantee. Prior to the coronavirus crisis, FTSE 250 Europe-focused airline Wizz Air (LSE: WIZZ) had been shaping up as a decent investment for many shareholders. And I think the stock is an interesting proposition right now.However, since mid-February, the share price has plunged by more than 50%, which isn’t surprising given the grounding of around 85% of its air fleet. And the directors said on 23 March the entire fleet could end up being stationary. We’ve yet to hear about the halting of operations in Romania, Hungary and Bulgaria. Planes were still in the air a week ago when we last heard from Wizz.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Strong balance sheetBut any future good news – such as the lifting of airline travel restrictions – will surely see the immediate re-start of operating activities and an upward surge in share prices for airline firms such as Wizz.However, the unknown factor is whether such companies can remain solvent for the duration of the crisis with near-zero revenues. Of course, the UK government’s promise to take care of 80% of the payroll for companies, and other measures, will likely help with costs. And Wizz flew into the crisis with a decent-looking balance sheet. Last November’s half-year report revealed cash and equivalents of around £1.6bn, offset by borrowings close to £2bn.Investment banker Berenberg thinks Wizz will be a survivor in the industry. The firm recently put out a brokers’ note elevating its recommendation on Wizz from ‘hold’ to ‘buy’, saying the near-term survival of the business will benefit from “high starting liquidity, a larger proportion of variable costs (than some of its competitors) and an ability to win supplier concessions.”I wouldn’t pin all my hopes on the opinion of just one broker. Instead, I’d do my own research. But Berenberg makes an interesting point about the difference between fixed and variable costs. As implied, fixed costs usually remain ongoing whether a company is turning over business or not. Whereas variable costs rise and fall along with the levels of business a firm is undertaking.Confident directorsLooking ahead, the Wizz directors reckon the “ultra-low-cost business model” will help the firm survive even a prolonged grounding “substantially beyond” the current estimates for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic in Europe.I’m keen on this share and see it as having huge potential to rise as soon as the crisis starts to improve. But it’s also a risky stock right now. Conditions could deteriorate further, and the crisis may extend for longer than we can currently imagine. Therefore, the Wizz share price could move lower than today’s 2,130p.So, I’ve got this one on my watch list for the time being and will be looking out for improving general economic news flow. Of course, I’d be unlikely to catch the bottom of the share price move with such a strategy. But the insurance of a little more clarity about future operations would be worth the ‘cost’ to me. 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TAGS: Fiji The 2015 Rugby World Cup kicks off with the hosts England taking on Fiji – a team the Red Rose has never lost to in five previous encounters.Previous meetingsNovember 2012: England 54 Fiji 12, TwickenhamOctober 1999: England 45 Fiji 24, Twickenham (RWC QF 1999)July 1991: Fiji 12 England 28, SuvaNovember 1989: England 58 Fiji 23, TwickenhamJune 1988: Fiji 12 England 25, SuvaLast encounterNovember 10, 2012 at Twickenham during the Autumn Internationals. England won 54-12.Try scorersEngland:Sharples 2, Penalty try, Monye, Johnson, Tuilagi 2Conversions: Flood 4Penalties: Flood 3Fiji:Matawalu, Kalou. Conversion: MatavesiPlayers who played in 2012 who also feature on FridayEnglandStuart Lancaster’s match day squad includes 12 players who fronted up against the Fijians at Twickenham back in 2012.Lancaster has opted with the tried and tested in his pack. Joe Marler, Tom Youngs, Dan Cole, Geoff Parling and Chris Robshaw all start tonight as they did in 2012.Tom Wood retains his spot in the squad. He starts tonight but featured on the replacements bench in 2012.In the back line, the only familiar starter is centre Brad Barritt. Ben Youngs and Mike Brown were substitutes in 2012 but start the game tonight. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS By David Marsh Dan Cole against Fiji at Twickenham in 2012 (Getty Images) England’s substitution bench also looks familiar to the 2012 match with Mako Vunipola, Joe Launchbury and Owen Farrell all named on Lancaster’s replacements bench this evening.FijiAlthough the Pacific Islanders have a new head coach at the helm, John Mckee has stuck with a number of the same players that former coach Inoke Male used during his time in charge.Seven of the starters from 2012 have retained their starting berth for tonight’s fixture as they hope to assuage the anguish of a heavy defeat the last time they faced England at Twickenhem.>>> Four Fiji players to watch in Rugby World Cup opener against England (videos)Fiji have stuck with the lock pairing from 2012 match of Apisolame Ratuniyarawa and Leone Nakarawa. They are joined in the pack by Manasa Saulo and Akapusi Quera, both of which also started at Twickenham in 2012.Centre Vereniki Goneva retains his starting spot on the Fijian midfield and Metuisela Talebula also featured as fly half in 2012, but starts at fullback tonight.Ospreys man Josh Matavesi is included again on the replacements bench, as he was in 2012. Total number of caps in starting XVsEngland: 444Fiji: 373Average age of World Cup squadEngland: 26.0 yearsFiji: 28.4 years
Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/286357/chalet-c7-nicolas-del-rio-max-nunez Clipboard Projects Chalet C7 / Max Núñez + Nicolas del Rio 2008 Chile Photographs: Erieta AttaliText description provided by the architects. Chalet C7 is located in the Andes Mountains at 2900 meters from the Portillo Hotel and a few miles from Mount Aconcagua. The land is characterized by a steep and rocky topography which faces the Inca Lagoon and the “Tres Hermanos” peaks.Save this picture!© Erieta AttaliThe house is hidden in the slope in order to interfereas little as possible with the view of the lagoon.Save this picture!© Erieta AttaliThe interior has two levels. A base level, built with rocks taken from the same hill, protects from snow in the winter . This wall defines the first floor, anchoring the building to the ground; the bedrooms and private spaces of the house are located behind it. These areas, whose dimensions vary according to domestic needs, are open to the outside.Save this picture!© Erieta AttaliOver the main floor is a second level completely open to the landscape and the northern lights. In this open-plan space the objects are organized in a flexible way. A robust structure of metal beams defines the tectonic quality of space and allows this open space. The exposure of the large beams, unusual in a domestic space, makes gravity visible.Save this picture!ElevationProject gallerySee allShow lessLido Line Competition Entry / [Y/N] StudioArticlesAD Recommends: Best of the WeekArticles Share CopyAbout this officeMax NúñezOfficeFollowNicolas del RioOfficeFollowProductsStoneConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHousesLos AndesChilePublished on October 29, 2012Cite: “Chalet C7 / Max Núñez + Nicolas del Rio” 28 Oct 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Architects: Nic Owen Architects Area Area of this architecture project Year: Australia CopyAbout this officeNic Owen ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesClifton HillHousesAustraliaPublished on August 21, 2013Cite: “Clifton Hill House / Nic Owen Architects” 21 Aug 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
ArchDaily Utopia Arkitekter Reinterprets Stockholm’s Vernacular ArchitectureSave this projectSaveUtopia Arkitekter Reinterprets Stockholm’s Vernacular Architecture ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/621274/utopia-arkitekter-development-puts-a-modern-spin-on-stockholm-s-vernacular-architecture Clipboard Apartments Save this picture!Intersection of Tengdahlsgatan and Barnängsgatan. Image Courtesy of Utopia ArkitekterWritten by Holly Giermann Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/621274/utopia-arkitekter-development-puts-a-modern-spin-on-stockholm-s-vernacular-architecture Clipboard Projects Utopia Arkitekter Reinterprets Stockholm’s Vernacular Architecture Sweden CopyA new housing development called Söderkåkar in Stockholm is aiming to provide a modern interpretation of the area’s 19th century vernacular architecture. Designed by Utopia Arkitekter, the residential structures impose the contemporary emphasis on sustainability and function within the traditional all-wood construction of the past, fitting into the existing infrastructure while maintaining a distinct character. Save this picture!Site PlanDeriving its name from the area’s architectural history, Söderkåkar refers to the vernacular red wood shacks of the old Södermalm district. Speaking to this, the development utilizes a similar timber construction method while modernizing the structures through a dynamic “corkscrewed” form. As another nod to the past, Söderkåkar is treated with the traditional Swedish red paint.Consisting of three houses occupying what is currently a parking lot, the project provides 50 apartments ranging in size from three to five rooms, as well as a kindergarten, restaurant, and café at ground level. The buildings vary in height from four to seven stories in response to their immediate context, with the shorter houses facing the old district and mirroring its compact scale. In contrast, the tallest building faces an urban area and emulates its lofty, modern character.Save this picture!ElevationTo maximize benefits to the community, Söderkåkar dissolves the development into three distinct structures. Individualization diversifies the character of the district, while the space between the houses counteracts density and provides areas for private gardens. The spacing also contributes to the maximization of views and natural daylighting via bay windows and balconies for each apartment.In terms of sustainability, the traditional wood construction utilizes a renewable resource, while the roofs are outfitted with solar panels to power the development. A 42-space underground parking garage accommodates residents’ transportation needs while keeping emissions away from the occupied space.Construction is expected to begin within the next few years.ArchitectsUtopia ArkitekterLocationTengdahlsgatan, SödermalmClientFolkhemProject Year2012PhotographsCourtesy of Utopia ArkitekterLocationTengdahlsgatan, SödermalmProject Year2012PhotographsCourtesy of Utopia ArkitekterProject gallerySee allShow lessNJIT Graduates Create A Biodegradable Pavilion For Sukkahville 2014Architecture NewsArchiculture Interviews: Jess ZimbabweArchitecture News Share “COPY” “COPY” CopyAbout this officeUtopia ArkitekterOfficeFollowProductsWoodStone#TagsProjectsUnbuilt ProjectResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsStockholmSödermalmApartmentsWoodHousingResidentialSwedenPublished on April 19, 2015Cite: Holly Giermann. “Utopia Arkitekter Reinterprets Stockholm’s Vernacular Architecture” 19 Apr 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Manchester City shirts turned into children’s hospital gowns Just last month, as part of a new pilot project in collaboration with the Manchester Fashion Institute at Manchester Metropolitan University and Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS), new hospital gowns made from City shirts were designed, created and donated to the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital. Manchester City donated laptops and IT equipment to local schools MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – MAY 23: Fernandinho of Manchester City lifts the Premier League Trophy, as Manchester City are presented with the Trophy as they win the league following the Premier League match between Manchester City and Everton at Etihad Stadium on May 23, 2021 in Manchester, England. A limited number of fans will be allowed into Premier League stadiums as Coronavirus restrictions begin to ease in the UK. (Photo by Tom Flathers/Manchester City FC via Getty Images) About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Etihad Campus Tagged with: corporate fundraising football City midfielder, Phil Foden, said: Manchester City commits £400k to second year of Cityzens’ Giving Campaign (11 December 2015)Manchester City kicks off its third annual Cityzens Giving initiative (18 November 2016) Other donations “It’s really special that while we’ve been training at CFA, the NHS have also been helping so many people on the Etihad Campus. We are really proud to play for a Club with such a strong connection with our community here in Manchester and our communities all around the world.” City shirts as children’s hospital gowns In March 2020, the Club partnered with the NHS and the Council which which saw the Campus’ facilities deliver a wide range activities stewarded by Manchester City, including testing facilities. The Campus continues to operate as an NHS vaccination centre. How Manchester City supported its community during the past year The team moved into the Etihad Stadium in 2003. It now sits on the wider Etihad Campus, which includes the City Football Academy, a performance training and youth development facility located in the heart of East Manchester. Advertisement Cityzens Giving for Recovery Manchester City has finished its latest Premier League Season with its fifth title in 10 years. But the past year has seen the football club provide extensive off-the-pitch support for its wider community. While the impact of COVID-19 has emptied stadiums across the UK, Manchester City’s work with its local and wider community has contributed to this past year’s emergency and recovery needs. More than 350 nursing staff working across Manchester, including within local community care and children’s settings, were trained at the Etihad Stadium. The Etihad Campus has been transformed to support the NHS. The Club has also supported other community efforts, ranging from food bank donations and vouchers for local schools, to free education resources and gifts for children in care. Virtual hospital visits: Patients at four hospitals received calls from players including those at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Wythenshawe Starlight, The Christie and Francis House Children’s HospiceFood donations: Food intended for Premier League matches at the Etihad Stadium was donated to local foodbanks. The Club made a financial donation of £50,000 to the Trussell Trust Food bank Group for their Manchester operations, and donated 500 three-course meals to local families.Every day essentials: 45,000 everyday essential items were donated to 10 charities across the city to distribute to those most in need.Gifts to the local community: 5,500 gifts were given to children in East Manchester and the foster care network and 550 presents given to patients at four hospitals in Manchester.Education resources for school children/young adults: 260 laptops and data packs were provided for local primary school children to ensure they could access remote learning and keep up with their education.Gift packages for over 70s fans: Gift packages were delivered to supporters over the age of 70. These included books and City-related gifts.Letters to local care homes: Academy U15 players wrote to residents in three local care homes to let them know the Club was thinking of them. 313 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis In June 2020 the club launched the ‘Cityzens Giving for Recovery’ initiative to support those in need across the city and around the world. So far more than £1 million has been raised via crowdfunding across the City Football Group, for targeted projects near each of the Group’s ten clubs across the globe. Howard Lake | 24 May 2021 | News
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Reid Miller, right, with his mother Megan Miller with their family dog Bella Thursday at their home in Odessa. Facebook WhatsApp By admin – January 4, 2018 Midessa Music Fest is in July Local NewsEntertainment Odessa native headed to Sundance Festival Twitter Country crooner featured at Rolling 7’s A small white and tan dog chimed in with the ring of a doorbell and inside an Odessa home, tucked in the back of a winding housing addition, lighted Christmas decorations cast a warm glow in the living room. As everyone got comfortable on cozy couches and chairs, the Millers seemed like just another family enjoying their Christmas break.But the Millers aren’t your average Odessa family and 18-year-old Reid Miller isn’t your average Texas teenager. Some days he works up to 12-hour days in Los Angeles to pursue his dreams.Reid started acting at the age of 13, graduated high school at the age of 15, and for the past four years has been traveling back and forth from Odessa to Los Angeles to build a career in Hollywood. And his mother, Megan, has been there to support him along the way—whether it’s to help negotiate contracts or help set up headshots for a portfolio.Later this month Reid will be heading to the 2018 Sundance Film Festival after the short film “WYRM” was selected, in which he plays the leading role. Reid Miller, right, with his mother Megan Miller with their family dog Bella Thursday at their home in Odessa. Pinterest Reid Miller, 18, graduated high school at the age of 15 and for the past four years Reid has been traveling back and forth from Odessa to Los Angeles to build a career in Hollywood. Reid is home for the holidays and then headed to Sundance festival in January. Megan said out of the 40,000 films that were submitted, only 60 are chosen in three categories, so in Reid’s category only 20 films were selected.“So the fact that they picked it out of that big of a pool is a big deal and it’s really exciting,” Reid added. “And what’s also really exciting is that a lot of big stars are gonna be there so I’m hoping I get to, like, meet some of my heroes like Robert Downy Jr., (or) any of the Avengers.”Reid said he has always wanted to go to the Sundance Film Festival, but they wanted to have a reason to go because it is costly. But this year it was in the back of their minds, he said, because they knew “WYRM” turned out “fantastic.”“It’s gonna be a new and awesome experience,” he said.This year has been Reid’s busiest year since he began, starring as Pete Hickey on Play by Play, a TV series on Verizon’s mobile channel Go90, and having minor roles in other TV Series including The Fosters and Training Day. He has also filmed a pilot for the TV Series Rounds this year; has been a part of the feature film F.R.E.D.I., which will have a soft premiere in May; and has a starring role in short film “A Love Deed.”With more than 20 IMDb credits, Reid said he feels like each year he has progressed and he has a feeling this year will be a really good year.His acting career began after taking part in an Applause Rising Talent Showcase, but the opportunity was really more like a door that was waiting to be opened.“It wasn’t just a thing that was spur of the moment, like ‘I should be an actor. I should be in the movies.’ There’s always been that creative drive to create stuff,” Reid said.His father, Shawn Miller, said from the time Reid was very small he always showed an intense interest and passion for making films and telling stories. From creating small stop-motion films to drawing tons of comics, Reid’s passion just continued to build.“It wasn’t like a passing phase like I wanna be a movie star or that kind of thing,” Shawn said.Now Reid spends more time writing than drawing and more time coaching, training and auditioning then he does making stop-motion films, but his passion remains the same.His biggest goal is to one day be an action star like Tom Cruise, or portray a superhero when he gets older. His biggest motivation and why he really loves acting, he said, is because he loves to play other people.“I love to step into the shoes of someone I would have never been and never have the opportunity to be and it’s like I get to live kind of different lives and get paid to do it. That’s why I especially love the Sci-Fi genre, because it’s like I — to be able to play out those scenarios and live in that world is like, you’re getting paid to play make-believe. You really are and that’s like the best job. I love that so much,” he said.While Reid and his mother have spent more time in L.A. than they have Odessa this year due to a busier schedule, when they are able to come back home they recognize the slower pace.“…It definitely feels like a vacation anytime I visit because I can actually sit down and breathe,” Reid said, as he drew in a deep breath. “L.A. is like hustle-bustle. It’s so fast and it never really slows down and the people never slow down. It’s always: go, go, go.”He also has some interesting conversations with friends when he visits home, which is a good break from the constant networking he does when he’s in California. Reid recalled one of his friends asking him who he met this year and whether he’d met any stars.“It’s just different because someone like a big star could walk down the street in L.A. and no one’s going to notice,” he said.Reid’s friend Dawson Shrum, who he met through a local homeschooling group called IGNITED, said it’s pretty cool to have a friend in the TV and movie industry. For Shrum, it’s a neat experience to watch his best friend on a TV show and hear about the projects he works on.Shrum said Reid is a hard worker, never gives up on anything and although it may seem like Hollywood and Odessa are two completely different worlds, Reid knows he’s just another person and “doesn’t act crazy.”“At the end of the day, I know if I really need him, help be there. Even if he’s crazy busy, he’ll be there for me,” Shrum said. “It’s like we’re brothers almost.”Although at 18 years old, Reid is officially an adult, he and his mother have agreed that she will be there for him as long as he wants her there. Reid said due to the fact he looks more like 15 than 18, people may try to take advantage of him and think he’s naïve.“If I do another season of my show Play by Play, I probably wouldn’t need her with me because I’m so close with everyone on set. Like with all the other actors and the crew and there’s no weird anything, so that would be fine. But doing something new, or if I had to go out of the country, she would come with me and I would want her to because you never know what’s gonna go down,” he said.Those interested in following Reid’s career can like his Facebook page, Reid Miller Actor, or follow him on Instagram @therealreidmiller. 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Pinterest Twitter GOOD NEWS: Sul Ross students win awards in TIPA Competition Previous articleMASTER GARDENERS: Celebrate Easter in your garden with the ‘long-flowered lily’Next articleREUNIONS: April 1, 2018 admin Facebook By admin – April 1, 2018 WhatsApp GOOD NEWS: Sul Ross students win awards in TIPA Competition ALPINE Sul Ross State University student journalists received 18 awards from the annual Texas Intercollegiate Press Association (TIPA) convention, held March 22-24 in Dallas.Sul Ross won seven first-place awards, four in yearbook competition, including best cover design and overall excellence for The Brand. Vashti Armendariz, Marfa, won both first and second place in two categories, feature page/spread design and inside news page design.In newspaper competition (The Skyline), Noah Fields, Newnan, Ga., won first place in the environmental portrait category. Jesus H. Guerrero, El Paso, won first place in sports page/spread design. Andrew Smith, Houston, was a first-place winner in the sports column category.Kacey Barton, Midland, placed second in both static graphic information and cartoon strip panel categories, and received an honorable mention in illustration competition. Magaly De Leon, Houston, received a second-place award in general news photo and third in sports feature photo competition.Malyssa Reed, Katy, placed third in critical review competition; Andrea Bode, Georgetown, was third in general news column; and Rainey Miller, Hico, placed third in general news photo. Susanna Mendez, Temple, received an honorable mention in the sports action photo category.All awards were received in previously-published categories.With the original 1909 meeting at Baylor, the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association (TIPA) became the oldest state collegiate press association in the nation and has grown into one of the largest and most respected collegiate groups in the country.Contests have grown from three initial competitions to contests in general magazine, radio, television, online, two divisions of yearbook, two divisions of literary magazine and four divisions of newspaper, plus more than a dozen on-site contests during the annual convention. Facebook WhatsApp Twitter Local News Pinterest