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This Cupboard minister’s FOUR ovens beg the query…how elegant is YOUR kitchen?

Once it was your choice of car or the time you served your evening meal that marked you out as middle class. Today, anyone attempting to assess social status needs to look in the kitchen. For Cabinet minister James Brokenshire and his wife, Cathy, it was the sight of the two double ovens in their extended kitchen in South-East London that left no doubt they are keeping up with the Joneses. Here, ANTONIA HOYLE guides you through the minefield of acquiring those perfect accessories. Credit cards at the ready . . . Whether feeding a growing brood or wowing dinner party guests, size matters when it comes to cookers, with homeowners who have space — and spare cash, of course — splashing out on not one, but two double ovens. That’s because as the middle-classes increasingly socialise inside the home rather than go out, being able to cater for supper (note: not dinner) parties of ten or more has become a serious brag. The craze for extending also means kitchens are bigger than ever — and increasingly the social heart of the home in the way living rooms once were. Size isn’t everything, however. ‘Most popular nowadays are ovens with multi-functions,’ explains Paul O’Brien, brand direct...

The Hempcoin (THC) is down by more than 5% in the last 24 hours as the

The Hempcoin (THC) is down by more than 5% in the last 24 hours as the crypto coin reached $0.016. According to CryptoBeat, the Hempcoin (THC) can reach $0.01 if the current crypto market decline continues. Yesterday, attorney general Letitia James released order against iFinex Inc, the firm which operates […] According to BP plc (ADR) (NYSE:BP) CEO, Bob Dudley, oil prices will remain weak until next year, as production outpaces demand. Mr. Dudley was speaking at the two-day “OPEC Energy Seminar” being held in Vienna. The seminar would be followed by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) bi-annual production […] Dean Foods Co, the largest dairy processor in the U.S. posted profit for the third quarter and forecast its earnings for the fourth quarter with both topping estimates made by analysts as it has benefitted from a drop in the cost of raw milk, Earnings that excluded certain one-off items […] Campari, based in Italy, is the sixth largest world spirits company. It announced on Tuesday that it agreed to purchase Grand Marnier in a deal that values the liqueur maker based in France at 684 million euros equal to $759 million. Campari announced that it was of...

Founded in 1989, Clinton Sands is a family-owned business based in Port Clinton, Price, in South

Founded in 1989, Clinton Sands is a family-owned business based in Port Clinton, Price, in South Australia. Initially established to supply its own ready-mixed concrete business, the company has grown and expanded over the years, both in terms of product offerings and throughput. Clinton Sands now has a large customer base that includes concrete, asphalt and the civil construction industry, and it produces specialty sands for golf courses and the turf soils market. Sand is also supplied into the civil market, which includes water main, sewer, storm water and common service trench applications (eg power, gas and Telstra). Clinton Sands’ objective was to expand its business into the filter and dried sands market. With this in mind, the company commissioned a new Terex Washing Systems (TWS) customised bespoke solution. “We laid out our specific requirements of the plant,” Clinton Sands’ managing director Frank Femia said. “TWS then designed and produced a machine that was exactly what we requested. The machine arrived and was installed with ease, was quickly commissioned and was immediately producing the exact specification of material we requested.” TWS was tasked with designing ...

State action is essential to limit effects of HFCs | Featured Columnists

Thunderstorms, some heavy this evening, then periods of rain late. Low 53F. Winds SW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 90%.. Thunderstorms, some heavy this evening, then periods of rain late. Low 53F. Winds SW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 90%. The Legislature is finishing up some key actions in its final days, including completing the state budget (minor task!), reconciling House and Senate versions of a number of bills, and finalizing some bills that are summarized below. • Phasing out hydrofluorocarbons: I apologize in advance for using a few scientific terms in this article. One of the final bills of my Committee on Natural Resources, Fish and Wildlife addresses hydrofluorocarbons or HFCs (bill S.30). You may have heard of its cousin, chlorofluorocarbons, also known as CFCs. CFCs were used in numerous products such as refrigerators, air conditioners and aerosols. Back in 1987, President Reagan signed the Montreal Protocol, joining nearly 200 countries to ban CFCs, known to deplete the ozone layer of the atmosphere. That layer shields us from the harmful effects of the sun’s ultraviolet radiation. (Note that atmospheric ozone is not the same as ground-level ozone; the latter ...

Sooner or later, say goodbye to the Lansing bridge as you know it | Local

SUPER SALE: $3 for 3 months of Digital PlusThen $2.49 a week. Cancel anytime.✓ E-Edition PDF of newspaper ✓ Unlimited access on any device ✓ Skip article surveys Partly cloudy skies this evening will give way to cloudy skies and rain overnight. Low 54F. Winds ENE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 70%. Opened in 1931, The Black Hawk Bridge, which spans the Mississippi River and joins Lansing, Iowa to rural Crawford County, is due to be replaced. While the Black Hawk Bridge might be best known for its 7.18% incline, which gives motorists a rollercoaster-like feel, it’s also a historic bridge eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places. Opened in 1931, The Black Hawk Bridge, which spans the Mississippi River and joins Lansing, Iowa to rural Crawford County, is due to be replaced. While the Black Hawk Bridge might be best known for its 7.18% incline, which gives motorists a rollercoaster-like feel, it’s also a historic bridge eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places. LANSING, Iowa — When the Black Hawk Bridge connecting Lansing to De Soto, Wis., opened in 1931, some thought the new cantilever through-truss bridge over the Mississippi River ...

Thanks to the decision of Emperor Akhito to abdicate the throne in favor of his oldest

Thanks to the decision of Emperor Akhito to abdicate the throne in favor of his oldest son, Japan will be getting a new Emperor in the near future. While the ascension of Crown Prince Naruhito to the Chrysanthemum Throne on May 1st won’t result in any real political changes in Japan since the Emperor is now a mere figurehead, it will result in some real headaches for Japanese government officials and corporations: Japan is scrambling to update software, revise forms and print new calendars before May 1, when the world’s third-largest economy begins a new imperial era. For most of the rest of the world, it will remain the year 2019 when the clock strikes midnight. Across Japan, which relies internally on an ancient calendar that honors a reigning emperor, it will be the first day of the first year of the age of Reiwa. The new era, christened just weeks ago, will force the country’s sprawling bureaucracy to literally turn back the clock to Year 1. Experts compare it to Y2K, the digital threat in the lead-up to the year 2000, if on a much smaller and less consequential scale. “The change of the era name will have a huge effect on big companies that have complicated systems,” said G...

The 22 Best Concerts to See in Portland: April 25-May 8 – Music

Turnover, Turnstile, ReptaliensRead our story on Reptaliens here. (Wonder Ballroom, 128 NE Russell, 8 pm, $26.50-30, all ages) Iceage, Pelada, Public EyeIceage is a Danish punk band with a propensity for harsh, ornate music that completely subsumes the listener. Just try to tell me you’re not riled up when those horns blare on “Pain Killer,” the second track on 2018’s wildly beautiful Beyondless. Impossible! They even channel the Velvet Underground on “Catch It” without being totally annoying, which is a feat unto itself. (Doug Fir, 830 E Burnside, 9 pm, $16-18) CIARA DOLAN LSD and the Search for God, The Asteroid No. 4, The Stargazer Lillies Naming a band after a metaphysical manifesto might seem pretentious, but LSD and the Search for God’s musical output justifies their choice. The San Francisco band’s 2007 debut EP has become a modern shoegaze classic, echoing all of the ’90s forebears you’d hope it would, and their live shows have been called transcendental experiences. Nearly a decade after that debut EP’s release, the band picked up right where they left off with 2016’s Heaven Is a Place EP. Its title seems to suggest that the group’s search was successful, even if they f...

Mercedes Aráoz: “Siempre apoyaré a Kuczynski, es mi amigo”

La vicepresidenta de la República, Mercedes Aráoz, declaró que seguiría apoyando al expresidente Pedro Pablo Kuczynski por la amistad que mantiene con él. Dio estas declaraciones durante la VIII Cumbre de las Américas. En relación al naciente mandato de Martín Vizcarra, Aráoz se refirió al Gobierno de Kuczynski para mencionar que fue muy difícil trabajar con el Congreso pues, a pesar de que el oficialismo tenía intención de diálogo, el Parlamento no lo permitía. Expresó su anhelo de que esto sea diferente. “Espero que cese ese acoso y dejen trabajar al presidente Vizcarra porque así lo han prometido”, declaró. Al ser preguntada sobre las prioridades del nuevo Gobierno, Aráoz mencionó la reconstrucción del norte y la reforma del código electoral para mejorar la gestión y la clase política. Por otro lado, reiteró su apoyo al pueblo venezolano y al regreso de la democracia en ese país. “El adelanto de elecciones sin participación de partidos políticos vetados, sin participación de la oposición, no es democrático. Desde nuestro punto de vista, no hay democracia en Venezuela”, añadió. Con respecto a los atentados en Siria, expresó la necesidad de vetar el uso de armas químicas y pri...

The local, nonprofit utility announced last week it will retire coal as of March 31 -

The local, nonprofit utility announced last week it will retire coal as of March 31 – meaning as of Monday, District Energy is no longer burning the carbon-based fuel. Eliminating the use of coal will reduce the plant’s CO2 emissions by about 10,000 tons per year – the equivalent of taking 2,100 cars off the road, the announcement said. And that’s after District Energy already reduced carbon emissions for its heating system by 57 percent from 2000-17. District Energy heats 197 buildings and 300 single-family homes in and around downtown St. Paul. and cools 116 buildings in the same area. One of the ways it generates heat is by burning wood waste from the region (using a renewable-friendly “combined heat and power” plant). The utility company also uses chilled water storage and solar thermal. President and CEO Ken Smith, in the announcement, said the company has to look at new technologies that “benefit our customers and the environment.” The company has more sustainability measures to reduce its carbon footprint planned, which it hopes to announce in July of 2019. The state has put an emphasis on shifting to clean and renewable energy so...