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Click here to get access to our presentation, and learn how to get the name of this ‘double agent’! 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. Enter Your Email Address Image source: Getty Images. The Lloyds (LSE: LLOY) share price was one of the hardest hit among FTSE 100 blue-chips in 2020. Banks are highly geared to the health of the wider economy, so the awful performance of Lloyds’ shares wasn’t a great surprise. After all, the UK suffered its worst economic contraction in centuries last year.Is there cause for greater optimism this year? I reckon so. Indeed, I can see three reasons why the Lloyds share price could smash the FTSE 100 in 2021. First, let me briefly put the stock’s performance last year in the context of the index.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…Lloyds share price versus the FTSE 100Lloyds’ shares ended 2020 at 36.44p. This was a whopping 41.7% below the 62.5p level at which they started the year.The FTSE 100 also suffered an annus horribilis, but nowhere near as bad as Lloyds. Having started 2020 at 7,542.40 points, it closed on New Year’s Eve 14.3% lower at 6,460.52 points.Lloyds could lead the FTSE 100 higherThe short-term outlook for the Lloyds share price is doubtful, simply because the short-term outlook for the economy isn’t great. Indeed, in an interview with the BBC’s Andrew Marr yesterday, Boris Johnson said Covid restrictions are “probably about to get tougher.” This is due to the fast-spreading new variant of the virus.However, an initial study of the variant suggests it’s neither vaccine-resistant nor causes more severe disease. If so, as mass vaccination is rolled out, we can expect economic activity and business confidence to rise through 2021.Just as stocks in the sectors most highly geared to the UK economy — like Lloyds — were hardest hit last year, so they could lead the FTSE 100 higher as economic activity begins to recover this year.Dividends back on the agendaIt wasn’t only the performance of the Lloyds share price in 2020 that hurt investors. Dividends were suspended at the request of the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA). The PRA warned it was “ready to consider use of our supervisory powers should your group not agree to take such action.”There’s better news for 2021. The PRA announced last month that it’s permitting banks to “recommence some distributions should their boards choose to do so.” Dividends were a big attraction for Lloyds investors before the pandemic. A resumption of payouts should lead to rising demand for the stock among income seekers.Lloyds share price versus net asset valueIn the wake of Lloyds’ post-financial-crisis resumption of dividends, its share price reached a high of 89p in May 2015. This was 1.6 times the bank’s tangible net asset value (TNAV) per share of 55.8p.Lloyds current share price of 36.44p is a mere 0.7 times its last reported TNAV of 52.2p. I don’t see the shares re-rating to 1.6 times TNAV in the near term. But it shows the potential for a large rise, as an economic recovery gains traction.What am I waiting for?For the three reasons discussed, I think it’s possible the Lloyds share price could smash the FTSE 100 in 2021. Nevertheless, the stock remains on my watchlist for the moment.With a new chairman just installed, and a new CEO on the way, I’m keen to see if the dividend is reinstated in the full-year results on 24 February, at what level, and the policy on future payments. I’m also keen to see the new management team’s strategy for taking the bank forward in the medium term.
Wales 13-6 GeorgiaWales started brightly, making bursts in midfield, fizzing the ball wide and with Rhys Priestland pulling the strings at ten, so when Hallam Amos crossed in the 19th minute it looked promising for the hosts. But then, as Dan Lydiate described it, “we got dragged into an arm wrestle” and it looked like Georgia might level the scores in the final minutes when they won a penalty and Tomas Francis was sin-binned. With starting tighthead Leon Brown injured, though, it went to uncontested scrums, the visitors opted for a five-metre lineout and, after several phases, conceded a penalty that brought an end to the game.The end of the game was farcical. The confusion caused around the move to uncontested scrums went on for several minutes and the crowd grew restless. Eyebrows were certainly raised over the decision given that Leon Brown was seen on the touchline appearing to warm up. Yet Warren Gatland said Brown was suffering cramp when he came off, even though it wasn’t why he was substituted, and that the cramp had got more severe while he was on the sidelines. “I can promise you there wasn’t anything from our point of view in terms of trying to manipulate the laws,” said the Wales coach.A single highlight: Hallam Amos of Wales( far right) celebrates his scoreMilton Haig, the Georgia coach, was confident his team would have scored had a contested five-metre scrum in the closing minutes gone ahead given that Wales were a man down and said: “We would have backed ourselves for sure.” After all, ten minutes earlier they had a series of scrums five metres out from the Wales posts and looked close to being awarded a penalty try, before Wales won the penalty at the fourth scrum.The whole series of events raised several questions. Aside from the uncontested scrums, Georgia changed their decision as to what they wanted to do from that final penalty after the referee had signaled for a scrum, which is another issue altogether. World Rugby said: “All matches are reviewed, including match official, performance reviewer and coach feedback. It would be inappropriate to comment until the facts have been obtained and the review has been undertaken.”FOR THE LATEST SUBSCRIPTION OFFERS, CLICK HEREMoving on from the controversy at the end, this was not a good game of rugby, yet Georgia showed how good a side they are. It’s not just their physicality up front that stood out; they were organised in defence and had a decent kicking game too. As Haig said, they will have benefited from this experience of playing a Tier One team.As for Wales, there were glimpses early on of what they were trying to do, but their penchant for throwing miss-passes wasn’t always effective as the slow movement of the ball allowed Georgia’s defence to move across and tackle the receiver.Happy chappy: Danny Care of England scores a a try to punish AustraliaEngland 30-6 Australia So close: Stuart Hogg very nearly sparked a winner against the All Blacks Scotland came so close to achieving history. With the last play of the game Stuart Hogg, the eventual man of the match who worried defenders every time he touched the ball, sliced through and looked for the outside edge. With Beauden Barrett zeroing in on Hogg, play moved ever closer to the Kiwi line. As Barrett just managed to reel in Hogg he looked to pass inside with one hand to the crowd pushing forward. But it was forward and the game ended, so tantalisingly close to a first-ever win for the hosts.This match had an incredible atmosphere. So often light displays, noise and videos can be confusing, distracting and ill-judged. However, this was pitched just right, and with Doddie Weir coming out with his family to present the match ball after the haka, there was a sense of something special.The game also helped. It swayed from end to end, fizzing with all the energy of a proper Test. Scotland carried well and built phases, with Huw Jones and John Barclay shining throughout. Finn Russell and Ali Price shifted play and kicked smartly, while Hogg got the crowd on his feet.New Zealand were by far the better scrum throughout. In the changing rooms after the match, assistant coach Mike Cron heaped praise in his pack, with a seven-man shove repelling the Scots so near their own line. The savage, cutting edge was also there for the All Blacks. Their three tries were clean and sharp, but Barrett’s try was one to remember – from a scrum, Sonny Bill Williams got it on the front foot. He offloaded out the back door to a motoring Damian McKenzie, who made a simple pass to the fly-half for the try.Scotland’s game was all the more impressive as they suffered so many injuries in this game. In the first half Hamish Watson went off with a bad back. Luke Hamilton did well in his first cap, but then suffered an ankle injury. Hooker Stuart McInally moved into the back-row with Georg Turner coming on, but there were more problems. At half-time Zander Fagerson was replaced by Simon Berghan and early in the second, Alex Dunbar went off for Pete Horne.Moment of brilliance: Beauden Barrett finishes a breathtaking moveThe All Blacks discipline was lacking. Waisake Naholo benefitted from leniency from the officials when a yellow card for tackling Hogg in the air was downgraded to just a penalty as Price initially stood in his way. But they received two yellows – one for Sam Cane and one for Wyatt Crockett – for murdering Scottish ball near the line. If they hadn’t done it, Scotland could have manufactured more than one burrow-over score like Jonny Gray’s, but they did what they could to cling on.After this one some were wondering if the close nature of this game had a greater significance. Asked about that, All Blacks coach Steve Hansen said: “Rugby’s in a good place. Everyone back home was telling us that they were getting bored of us being dominant. Well, they’ll just have to go away and have a cup of tea and think about that.”Back to form: Cian Healy was one of a few standouts against FijiIreland 23-20 New ZealandIreland had to squeak by in this contest where Fiji were full of ambition but the hosts never clicked. They threw away a 17-3 lead, with the Fijians drawing level at the start of the second half.With 13 changes to the Ireland team that defeated South Africa the week before, it is no surprise that things didn’t click. It did not help that young Joey Carberry went off in the second with a suspected arm fracture, but while Darren Sweetnam shone on one wing, but the centres looked understandably like strangers and the pack were caught out at the ruck time and again.Ian Keatley was eventually the man to ensure Irish victory, doing the business from the tee with two crucial penalty kicks.The return to form of Cian Healy is at least one shining light.Leone Nakarawa and Nemani Nadolo combined to create a fine try for Henry Senilolo – these players and Ben Volavola need to be acknowledged for their fine play. Nakarawa in particular must be in discussions whenever current world bests are discussed. This was a game with so many marginal calls to be made by the officials – with 28-year-old referee Ben O’Keefe at the centre of it all – and Australia continually fell on the wrong side of the decisions. The most notable call were to chalk off a Marika Koroibete score due to a perceived obstruction by replacement hooker Stephen Moore as Chris Robshaw tried to tackle and then hold up the ball. Elliot Daly also scored a try where the kick ahead tickled the touchline but was judged to have remained in after several replays. Considering there were two yellow cards (one for Michael Hooper and one for Kurtley Beale) and Hooper also had a try disallowed just after the opening quarter because Hooper was ahead of play, you can understand why head coach Michael Cheika was less than thrilled with what was happening on the field.The score-line looks flattering for England, but the English ran away with it in the closing stages of the match. With Australia looking like they wouldn’t get the rub of the green, England’s backs must get credit for their ruthlessness. If Daly’s try was fortuitous, Jonathan Joseph’s score from a Danny Care box kick looked smart and Jonny May’s score from a sneaky Care grubber looked confident. When the replacement scrum-half finished off a move for England’s fourth try, after May collected his own chip, it all looked so impressively clinical from England.On the hoof: Jonny May breaks clearOwen Farrell has been credited with talking round referee O’Keefe as the TMO was showing replays of Koroibete’s grounding. The fly-half was heard asking about Moore’s line, and despite frame after frame of new angles on the grounding, O’Keefe finally made the call of obstruction. Mind you, several Australian spectators were left questioning whether Robshaw had actually been offside a few phases before anyway.England’s locks were incredible. Joe Launchbury buzzed with activity and Courtney Lawes was a punishing force. With Maro Itoje an early substitution for Sam Underhill, seeing him charge around only highlighted the frightening competition for places in the English boiler house.Almost there: The Scotland players realise they won’t win at the endScotland 17-22 New Zealand Scotland almost pulled off a miraculous win over New Zealand, England capitalised on their luck against Australia while Wales and Ireland just inched to wins – we look at the big talking points from the second week of autumn Internationals TAGS: Highlight LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS
Year: Projects 2014 “COPY” CopyHouses•Geoje-si, South Korea Photographs Contractor: photographs: Kyungsub ShinPhotographs: Kyungsub Shin “COPY” Knot House / Atelier ChangSave this projectSaveKnot House / Atelier Chang South Korea 2014 Thekujo Area: 403 m² Area: 403 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/537803/knot-house-atelier-chang Clipboard HOM Architects: Atelier Chang Area Area of this architecture project ArchDaily Year: Structure Design: Local Architect:K20Art ArchitectsDesign Team:Soohyun Chang, Federica Russo, Ryan Day, Hyunwoo ChungCity:Geoje-siCountry:South KoreaMore SpecsLess SpecsText description provided by the architects. Five white, sculptural buildings rest on a cliff of the southern coast in Geoje Island, South Korea. The white walls fold in themselves to create a private ocean view from each house. Tall pine trees that grow between the buildings and the sea form occasional view frames. This is the second resort for the hospitality group called “House of Mind.”Save this picture!© Kyungsub ShinRecommended ProductsWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornThe two-storey Knot House at the top is a clubhouse as well as the owner’s residence. At the border of the clubhouse, a V-shaped infinity pool merges with the ocean afar. Four other one-storey Knot Houses host six guest rooms. The narrow and long strip of the building site provided an initial challenge to fit maximum number of units while maintaining privacy and ocean view. Atelier Chang suggested a layout to turn each house by 40 degrees toward the sea. This staggering allows an unrestricted ocean view for the guests and produces niches of private zones. Simulta¬neously, it amplifies the dynamic outline of the roofs where the visitor can read the continuity of the white angular masses forming mountainous peaks.Save this picture!© Kyungsub ShinThe knot’s folding and unfolding creates different aperture in and outside the building. Where the knot unfolds in the front, 3 to 5 meter full height windows open toward the ocean view. In the rear, it tightens up and provides complete enclosure for privacy. Save this picture!© Kyungsub ShinWhere the knot gets most loose, an intimate experience of bathing manages to escape out to the exterior garden. The boundary between the inside and outside seems blurred at this moment. It may feel ironic to be sitting in a Jacuzzi looking out to the ocean and garden on either side of the tub. The strategic manoeuvre of the knot aimed at providing such a unique experience while maintaining privacy. The knot continues as an interior intervention on a wooden strip. It demarcates a private zone for bed and tub sitting in the open living room.Save this picture!Floor PlanDuring the concept phase of the project, a key question was how to achieve seamless spatial connection between outdoor landscape and indoor living space through architecture. To answer that question, one had stop separating the building from the ground. Instead Atelier Chang imagined a surface made of landscape, which eventually folds into a knot to create an enclosure. The wild landscape floods into the terrace, generates patterns of herb garden, and gradually reaches the interior in continuous manner.Save this picture!© Kyungsub ShinThe initial design was conceived for providing three typologies that mimic different knots. Like choosing a product from a catalogue, an interested client can choose and combine multiple typologies, then form a unique master plan to suit the site. Also the project brings multiple advantages from the real-estate point of view. At first, multiple units can be built for hospitality to generate immediate income. Years later, they can be converted and sold as residential units. The design itself took account of adaptability throughout the life span of the building from a guest unit to a fully functioning residence. Save this picture!DiagramProject gallerySee allShow lessBOX 298 Building / Andrade Morettin Arquitetos AssociadosSelected ProjectsCurucura House / Unoencinco ArquitectosSelected Projects Share Houses Save this picture!© Kyungsub Shin+ 34 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/537803/knot-house-atelier-chang Clipboard Knot House / Atelier Chang CopyAbout this officeAtelier ChangOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesGeoje-siHousesWoodSouth KoreaPublished on August 20, 2014Cite: “Knot House / Atelier Chang” 20 Aug 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
</p><section><h2>Which live act are you most excited to see this semester?</h2></section><section><h2>Jenny Slate</h2></section><section><h3>Chris Lane</h3></section><section><h3>Mein Shaft Murder Mystery Dinner</h3></section><section><h3>Chord Overstreet</h3></section><section><h3>Adam Devine</h3></section><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>Quiz Maker – powered by Riddle ReddIt Facebook Oscars: Where to watch each Best Picture nominee ahead of Sunday’s show TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Linkedin Previous articleHoroscope: February 4, 2018Next articleTCU works to alleviate stress through meditation groups Michelle Carter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR printThe spring semester is underway and with it comes a new lineup of activities and events to attend on campus.The semester’s entertainment is provided by theEnd, an organization within Student Activities providing events Friday and Saturday nights.Kelly Lee, the Student Activities Coordinator and advisor for theEnd, explained that the events go beyond just the activities.“We try and create a culture for all our students to connect and have fun and where they can just get to enjoy an experience that they may not have anywhere else,” Lee said. “We hope to create a safe environment where people can meet each other, get to know each other, but also enjoy the talent that’s there, whether it’s a comedian, music or variety act.”Demetri Martin performs at TCU on January 26, 2018. (Photo courtesy of theEnd)Demetri Martin kicked off the spring event calendar on Jan. 26 and Jenny Slate performed Feb. 2. The lineup continues with:Feb. 9: Chris LaneFeb. 16: Mein Shaft Murder Mystery DinnerMarch 2: Chord OverstreetApril 6: Adam DevineAnother live act will be announced soon.The movie lineup includes:Jan. 27: Daddy’s Home 2Feb. 3: Blade Runner 2049Feb. 10: Justice LeagueFeb. 17: Thor: RagnarokMarch 3: CocoMarch 24: Pitch Perfect 3April 7: JumanjiApril 14: Star Wars: The Last JediFirst-year students Maddie Thompson and Victoria Diaz attended the Demetri Martin show last week.“We loved it,” said both about the show.When asked about future shows, Thompson was quick to point out Adam Devine.“I’m excited to see him especially,” she said.To get more information on all theEnd events happening during the semester, visit what2do.tcu.edu.Also, make sure to check What2Do’s social media; you might be able to win a meet and greet with the artists! Michelle Carter World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Michelle Carterhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/michelle-carter/ Twitter Linkedin Michelle Carterhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/michelle-carter/ The Class of 1969 marks 50 years Review: Netflix’s ‘Triple Frontier’ is ambitious, but soft Facebook Welcome TCU Class of 2025 From Horned Frog to Broadway spark TAGStheEnd Twitter Which show are you most excited about? Tell us below! + posts Michelle Carter, a senior of the class of 2019, is a journalism major from Santiago, Chile. She’s a film and TV junkie, and when she’s not reporting, you can find her bingeing the latest on Netflix or catching up on her favorite podcasts. ReddIt Michelle Carterhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/michelle-carter/ Demetri Martin performs at TCU on January 26, 2018. (Photo courtesy of theEnd) Michelle Carterhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/michelle-carter/
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WhatsApp Pinterest Google+ Facebook Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH By News Highland – May 20, 2010 Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey Pinterest Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Previous articleIMPACT official has no doubt about the HSE’s Lifford plansNext articleDeputy McGinley says broadband coverage not good enough News Highland LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Twitter Twitter WhatsApp Newsx Adverts Google+ Senator Brian O’Domhnaill is calling on the HSE to update the local community on how the proposed new Primary Health Care Centre in Glenties is progressing.Raising the issue in the Seanad last night for the second time in three months, Senator O’Domhnaill said that at a recent meeting in the area the local parish council demanded progress.However when pressed for a progress update, Minister Sean Haughey, who spoke on behalf of the health minister, was not able to offer any new information on the project.Senator O’Domhnaill told the Seanad that’s not good enough:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/00brian.mp3[/podcast] Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR O’Domhnaill demands progress report on Glenties Health Centre Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also Facebook
AudioHomepage BannerNews Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows By News Highland – May 31, 2020 Twitter Twitter Google+ Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Pinterest Facebook 66 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Ireland Google+ Facebook Another 2 people with Covid-19 have died in the Republic – a drop from 9 yesterday.Latest figures from the National Public Health Emergency Team show there are 66 new confirmed cases.There are now a total 1,652 Covid-19 related deaths and the total number of people infected is 24,990Data as of midnight on Friday, shows 7,963 cases are associated with healthcare workers.Professor Mary Horgan, consultant in infectious diseases at Cork University Hospital, says the trends are going in the right direction:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/virus-Lead-6pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleSean McBride lands an Albatross at Ballybofey and Stranorlar Golf ClubNext articleDoherty calls on caravan park owners to desist with legal letters News Highland DL Debate – 24/05/21 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Pinterest Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic WhatsApp WhatsApp Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme