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first_imgJanuary 6, 2016Its snowing north and west of us, Flagstaff reports heavy snow. Here it is raining, lots of rain last night, the dry lake bed in front of the repaired dam is slowly filling.The Soleri archive crew is working in the model storage in one of the upstairs bays in the Lab Building. We are cleaning and cataloging some of the old models.photo: Archive volunteer Leah-Ann Walker.This model is part of a set of Arcology designs that were made for a 1993 exhibition at the Scottsdale Center of the Arts in Scottsdale, AZ. photo: Archive volunteer Hildemar Cruz and archive staff Sue Kirsch.[photo by Leah-Ann Walker]The models were made out of foam core and we are dusting them before re-wrapping and putting them into storage. photo: Leah-Ann and Hildemar.last_img

Investment advice and corporate governance special

first_imgInvestment advice and corporate governance specialist Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) has advised Telecom Italia investors not to support Vivendi’s proposal to name four new board members as the French media giant looks to secure a stronger say in how the Italian operator is run. Vivendi currently controls about 20.1% of Telecom Italia. Shareholders in the Italian operator are set to meet on December 15 to consider the French company’s request to extend the company’s board from its current 13 to 17 members that will include Vivendi CEO Arnaud de Puyfontaine, COO Stephane Roussel, CFO Hervé Philippe and consultant Felicité Herzog.A group of Italian and international funds have separately already written to Vivendi chairman Vincent Bolloré asking him to clarify his purpose in making the request, which would see Vivendi over-represented on the board in relation to the size of its stake.Telecom Italia is the process of converting non-voting ‘savings shares’ to ordinary voting shares, a move that could see Vivendi’s stake diluted significantly.last_img read more

Magnificent fireworks display brought to an end to

first_img Magnificent fireworks display brought to an end to four days of Hallowe’en celebrations in Derry. PIX by NorthWest News PixHALLOWE’EN celebrations in Derry came to a stunning conclusion last night after four days of festivities.Tens of thousands of people lined the streets for a carnival which included some hair-raising costumes to mark ‘fright night’.And at the end of the parade, the sky over the was lit up with a spectacular fireworks display on the banks of the River Foyle. MAGNIFICENT CARNIVAL AND FIREWORKS DISPLAY CLOSE DERRY HALLOWE’EN CELEBRATIONS was last modified: November 1st, 2017 by John2John2 ShareTweetcenter_img Derry City and Strabane District Council tweeted: “Fantastic finale to the four day @HalloweenDS with fireworks on the Foyle – no one does #Halloween like #Derrylast_img read more

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first_img all party talksassemblycolum eastwoodDUP SINN FEINEastwood: People have sent a clear message to talks negotiatorsFOYLE MLASDLP SDLP leader Colum EastwoodSDLP Leader Colum Eastwood has said that negotiators in the all-party talks this week must listen to the clear message sent by voters – it’s time for politicians to get back to work.The Foyle MLA called on all parties to back his proposal to suspend the petition of concern and address issues of rights and equality on the floor of a reformed Assembly. Talks have been convened for Tuesday, May 7, by the Irish and British governments in a bid to get the Stormont Executive back up and running.A fresh impetus to restore devolution came in the wake of the barbaric murder of journalist Lyra McKee in Derry last month.He said: “People have used the opportunity presented by the local government election to send a very clear message ahead of this week’s talks. “The politics of division, deadlock and failure is finished. ShareTweet “It’s time for parties to come back together and for politicians to get back to work.“We have made a bold proposal to suspend the Petition of Concern for the lifetime of this Assembly and break the deadhand veto that has been used to abuse minority communities. “Issues of rights and equality could then be addressed on the floor of a reformed Assembly. “I have already had positive conversations with other party leaders and look forward to advancing the proposal during the talks.“These talks must be short, focused and productive. “We know the issues and we know the solutions. “All parties must be prepared to compromise to restore government and deal with the crisis in our health service and in our schools,” added the SDLP leader.Eastwood: People have sent a clear message to talks negotiators was last modified: May 7th, 2019 by John2John2 Tags:last_img read more