June 5, 1999Arcosanti community synergy to install East Crescent electrical line. Will, George,Dario spool out electrical cabling into the EastCrescent heat duct tunnel, as David, Paul, and Herb lube and feed cablinginto pipe. At the other end of the tunnel (not pictured), Sparks, Mike, and Roboperate the winch that is pulling the cabling.
The Slovakian government is to sell off its 49% stake in Slovak Telekom via an IPO on the Bratislava and London stock exchanges.The government body that holds Slovak Telekom shares, the Property Fund of the Slovak Republic, will offer all of its stake in the form of shares to be listed in Bratislava and Global Depository Receipts and shares to be listed in London.Slovak Telekom, which is 51% owned by Deutsche Telekom, has 1.163 million fixed line subscribers, including a pay TV base of 468,000 customers and a broadband base of 422,000 customers. Slovak Telekom has a fibre-to-the-home network that passes 364,000 homes. The operator also has an extensive base of mobile customers. The share sale will prioritise retail investors in Slovakia who submit early orders, who will also qualify for a 5% discount.Deutsche Telekom is not offering any shares as part of the IPO.Citigroup and JP Morgan are acting as joint global co-ordinators and joint bookrunners and Erste Group and Wood & Co. are acting as joint lead managers.“By integrating services across our own fixed and mobile networks we have transformed Slovak Telekom into one of Central Europe’s most exciting telecommunications companies and Slovakia’s only truly integrated quad-play provider,” said Miroslav Majoroš, CEO of Slovak Telekom.“Through significant capital investment, improved efficiency and enhanced capability we now have an integrated offering enabling us to deliver higher value services and premium content through triple and quad-play bundles. The IPO will mark an important next step in our development and bring greater visibility to the value we intend to create.”
Polish broadcaster TVN’s new online-only series Web Therapy, which premiered on the Player.pl platform on October 21, has attracted over 300,000 views, breaking the company’s record to date.Fremantle Media-produced Web Therapy, starring Polish Oscar-winning actress Agata Kulesza, is the first of a series of online productions unveiled by TVN at MIPCOM last month.Piotr Ochalski, Player.pl programing director, said: “TVN’s original online productions are developed specifically for today’s young media consumer. Unusual interest in ‘Web Therapy’ is a confirmation for us that producing content exclusively for player.pl is what our viewers expect. We will not stop at this one production. We are already working on next online original productions including a polish version of the hit show ‘Lip Sync Battle,’ and the first Polish reality show dedicated to the online audience, ‘Start U Up!’”
AN initiative to help remove prescription and illegal drugs from local streets by providing drug disposal bins at eight locations across the Derry City and Strabane District Council area has been launched in Castlederg.The RAPID (Remove All Prescription and Illegal Drugs) is a joint initiative between the Derry City and Strabane District Council PCSP, the PSNI, the Public Health Agency (PHA)and the local Drug and Alcohol Coordination Team Connections Service.The locations of the bins are Bishop Street Community Centre, Old Library Trust, Gasyard Centre, Hamilton’s Spar Castlederg, McKenna’s Spar Sion Mills, Northside Shopping Centre, the Shantallow Community Residents Association and the HURT offices on Clarendon Street. Anonymous drugs disposal bins launched in Derry and Strabane areaDERRY AND STRABANEMayor John Boylerapid ShareTweet “Items can be deposited discreetly and anonymously by anyone be it parents, young people or anyone in possession of drugs.“I would like to congratulate the community and statutory agencies who have worked closely to roll this project out across our Council area and I hope the scheme will help protect the public from the dangers or misusing prescription, illegal and new psychoactive substances.”Denise McCallion Health and Social Wellbeing Improvement Senior Officer with the Public Health Agency said: “Alcohol and drug misuse is a common issue and sadly causes suffering and tragedy to individuals, families and communities.“This is a simple but powerful health intervention and we very much welcome the installation of the new RAPID bins in the Derry and Strabane area.“All of the partners are keen that the RAPID initiative is further developed and expanded over coming years with further bins installed, enabling more people and communities to learn more about the risks and dangers of drug misuse and to dispose of unwanted drugs easily and discreetly.”RAPID has three aims:Removal of prescription, illegal and new psychoactive substances. Provision of information and support to individuals, families, local businesses and community organisations to raise awareness of the effects and risks of using/misusing illegal and/or prescription drugs. Bringing together community and statutory agencies, local businesses and the general public under the RAPID initiative to work towards making their local community a safer place to live.A spokesperson for DACT Connections Service said: “We are delighted to be involved in the RAPID partnership and we welcome the further roll out of the bins in the Derry and Strabane area. I have no doubt they will be a great success.”For more information on existing RAPID bins and/or how to contact your local Drug and Alcohol Coordination Team (DACT) and/or Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) to express an interest, visit www.drugsandalcoholni.info/RAPID.Anonymous drugs disposal bins launched in Derry and Strabane area was last modified: September 19th, 2018 by John2John2 Tags: RAPID was initially piloted in 2010 and due to the success of the joint health and community safety initiative, further bins have been installed throughout Northern Ireland in partnership with key statutory, community and voluntary groups.Since 2010, over 100,000 tablets have been deposited in Belfast RAPID bins alone, 90% of which were prescription or over the counter medicines but illegal drugs were also deposited.The agencies involved have been working closely with communities and businesses within their catchment areas to benefit from taking part in the initiative and having a RAPID drug disposal bin installed.Welcoming the initiative, Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council, Councillor John Boyle said:“ I am pleased to see this initiative launched and I would urge the public to take advantage of the opportunity to dispose of any legally or illegally held drugs at one of the seven locations across our Council area.