Fine & Country has opened a new office in Maresme, Spain, to service the Barcelona coast, the surrounding coastal areas of Sant Andreu de Llanvaneres and the city of Mataro.Fine & Country’s new office has been established by Xavier Bourgeois, with a team of eight. Fine & Country Maresme is part of the Finques Bourgeois real estate company that has been assisting clients in Barcelona since 1950. Their knowledge of the real estate market.Xavier Bourgeois of Fine and Country Maresme says, “Our office has a wide catalogue of houses with special charm, villas with swimming pools, luxury villas, and mansions with large gardens and sea views and easy beach access. Buyers in Maresme are looking for excellence when they come to Spain, and Fine & Country Maresme intend to deliver just that.Maresme Spain Barcelona Fine & Country Spain December 27, 2017The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » Fine & Country opes new office in Maresme previous nextAgencies & PeopleFine & Country opes new office in MaresmeThe Negotiator27th December 20170393 Views
An unnamed weather system near Florida could strengthen over the next few days to become Tropical Storm Arthur and travel northward along the East Coast.A weather disturbance near Florida could possibly become 2014’s first named tropical storm within 48 hours.Forecasters predict a track for what would be Tropical Storm Arthur parallel to the East Coast of the United States but over the open water of the Atlantic Ocean.Based on early computer guidance, NBC40 meteorologist Dan Skeldon suggested on Monday that Arthur’s potential track “would mean high surf for July 4th for us, but the main impacts from any system should stay offshore.”Skeldon said the Outer Banks of North Carolina might have more of a concern.“As the dry air and wind shear diminish at midweek, there will be room for the system to organize, strengthen and drift northward,” AccuWeather Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowski said.“People heading to the beaches on the Atlantic coast from Florida to southern New England can expect a couple of days on average of rough surf.”A separate front moving across the country possibly could bring heavy rain on Thursday. See the National Weather Service briefing on both systems in the PDF below.Download (PDF, 482KB)__________Sign up for OCNJ Daily’s free newsletter and breaking news alerts“Like” us on Facebook
Recently, jam quartet Dopapod stopped by Relix‘s New York City office to offer up an electrifying live performance.The band offered up live debuts of “Live in the Dream” and “Landmines”, as well as “Test Of Time”, off of the band’s new album, Emit Time, which arrived last month. Emit Time marks the follow-up to the band’s 2017 Megagem release and the first new album from the Boston-born quartet since their year-long sabbatical in 2018.The band—comprised of guitarist Rob Compa, drummer Neal “Fro” Evans, bassist Chuck Jones, and keyboardist Eli Winderman—recorded their latest studio effort during recent sessions in Philadelphia and Denver. The writing process for Emit Time differed from Dopapod’s past efforts, with each member bringing songs into the sessions that they had individually worked on during the hiatus, creating a more collaborative writing environment. In addition, lyrics on Emit Time were a group effort for the first time in the band’s career.Watch Dopapod’s Live At Relix session below:Dopapod – Live At RelixDopapod recently announced their latest show, which will see the quartet head out to Denver, CO’s Ogden Theatre on Saturday, October 5th. Octave Cat, which features Eli Winderman along with Lotus’ Jesse Miller and Charlie Patierno, will handle the evening’s opening duties. The night prior, Friday, October 4th, the band will offer a special VIP performance down the road at Ophelia’s.Dopapod’s only other current scheduled tour dates include summer festival appearances at Disc Jam Music Festival, The Peach Music Festival, and The Werk Out Music & Arts Festival.Head to Dopapod’s website for ticketing and more information.
Like Dell EMC and Dell Technologies, Intel is transforming as a company. According to Ricardo Moreno, VP and GM of Global Partner Sales, “Intel is going through the biggest transformation in our history”. Intel Partner Connect provided the perfect opportunity to connect with Rachel Mushahwar (@RachelMushahwar) General Manager, Americas Industry at Intel.We talked IoT, Data Center, Flash technologies and client solutions, but more importantly, we talked solutions. From reducing the time it takes for an MRI to performing financial transactions 10x faster. From Intel’s 50th birthday, Moore’s Law, Intel IoT Market Ready Solutions, Drones and helping our customers transform the way they interact with their customers.Get Dell EMC The Source app in the Apple App Store or Google Play, and Subscribe to the podcast: iTunes, Stitcher Radio or Google Play.Dell EMC The Source Podcast is hosted by Sam Marraccini (@SamMarraccini)
In preparation for the upcoming 40th anniversary of Earth Day, Repower Indiana will be on campus this week encouraging students to get involved with the movement toward a more environmentally-conscious America.“Repower Indiana is a clean energy campaign, funded and organized by the Alliance for Climate Protection,” Bobbie Stewart, communications director for Repower Indiana, said. “We want to inform people about the benefits of transitioning to a clean energy economy, as well as advocating for clean energy legislation.”Repower Indiana will be organizing phone banks where students can call Indiana residents, asking them to support clean energy legislation. Phone banks will be available from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. today in room 310 of DeBartolo Hall and Wednesday in the Gold Room of LaFortune Student Center.“People will be coming by and learning more about … how they can be involved with clean energy events around Notre Dame,” Stewart said. “During the phone banks, Repower volunteers will be calling community citizens and asking them to help reach out to [Indiana Senators Evan Bayh and Richard Lugar] to pass clean energy legislation.”A clean energy bill is expected to reach the Senate floor in the near future, and Stewart said the Indiana senators’ votes in support of this legislation are far from guaranteed. “We’re hopeful, it’s really hard to tell … Lugar is at least focused on conservation,” she said. “There’s some concern amongst the legislators that it will actually cost Indiana money, which we don’t believe is the case.”Stewart said she sees student involvement in the campaign and influence over the legislature as especially crucial.“Their impact, it’s far, wide and critical. There’s a recent poll of youths asking if they believe the country should be transitioning to a clean energy economy, and the answer was overwhelmingly high,” she said. “Over 70 percent was yes.”Notre Dame students, in particular, have an important voice, Stewart said.“Their vote and their voice matter,” she said. “It’s time to stand up and exercise that voice for an issue that will be affecting you today and tomorrow.”Stewart said Notre Dame students should be invested in climate protection for the same reasons as other Americans, but that students have even more at stake as members of the younger generation.“Just like anyone else, in the state, in the country, they stand to benefit from jobs that would receive funding from a clean energy initiative,” Stewart said. “The most important reason to transition is for a clean planet for future generations to come.”“One reason students are really motivated is the question of what’s going to be left for them in 30 or 40 years,” she said.Stewart said it is important for students not to underestimate the difference they can make in the push for a cleaner America. She considers the role of Indiana residents, especially students, central to ensuring for a clean energy bill to get passed by the Senate.“Again, I’d say we’re hopeful, but a lot of it depends on Hoosier engagement, people like Notre Dame students.”
Dr. Kathryn Haas, assistant professor of chemistry and physics at Saint Mary’s, was named a 2016 Cottrell Scholar by the Research Corporation for Science Advancement in February. The Cottrell Scholar program awards $100,000 to 24 scientists to support research and teaching efforts, the program website stated.The money from the award will allow her to hire undergraduate students to work during the summer, providing them with research opportunities, Haas said.“It’ll allow me to purchase equipment and materials that I need — chemistry costs a lot of money. It’ll also help me to travel and to pay for students to travel as well,” she said. “For example, last summer I went to Stanford to use their synchrotron, and it was such a cool experience in this really awesome research environment, and I want to bring students there. This grant is going to allow me to do just that.”Haas said receiving the award has been “very validating.”“It’s amazing to be part of this community of people that are focused on science education,” she said. “I have access to some amazing mentors and networks that I would never have had without this recognition. I feel like I am part of a community that’s really changing science education in the world, and I’m doing it from Saint Mary’s College. We’re doing a lot of good things here, and it’s finally bringing light to that, so it feels really good.”Haas said her research focuses on copper’s interaction with the human body.“I studied copper in graduate school, and my background is in studying how metals interact with biological systems, particularly how they affect human health,” Haas said. “Copper is an essential element, and I just kind of fell in love with it. I’ve been studying it ever since.”Haas said she is looking forward to expanding her research and sharing her findings with the public.“We will publish our finding in journals,” Haas said. “Copper is involved with diseases, antibiotics and it’s essential for every single cell to live. So, we are trying to understand how our body works.”Haas said she hopes her continued research will shed light on how the body’s cells and proteins work to handle copper.“Copper has broader applications in things, like understanding antibiotic activity and understanding neurodegenerative diseases, but also in any kind of genetic disorder that is related to the misdistribution of copper,” she said.Tags: chemistry, copper, Cottrell Scholar, Physics, Saint Mary’s College
By By Mass Communication Specialist Seaman J. Keith Wilson, U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command & U.S. 4th Fleet Public Affairs October 29, 2018 As part of its partnership with Ecuador, the hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) hosted officials from the government of Ecuador during the ship’s medical assistance visit, October 22, 2018. Ecuadorean Minister of Defense Oswaldo Jarrin, and U.S. Ambassador to Ecuador Todd C. Chapman were among the distinguished visitors aboard Comfort for a tour of the ship’s medical facilities and a meeting with senior leadership. Both officials made remarks along with U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Sean Buck, commander of U.S. 4th Fleet, during a press conference held aboard the ship. “The U.S. Navy hospital ship Comfort begins its medical support for the people of Ecuador, our first mission stop of five, over an 11-week period, here, in the Southern Hemisphere,” said Rear Adm. Buck. “Working with health and government partners in Ecuador, the embarked medical team will provide care onboard this ship, as well as at two sites ashore.” During the conference, Ecuadorean officials and Rear Adm. Buck discussed Comfort’s mission in Ecuador. “This deployment represents the United States’ enduring promise to the peoples of Ecuador and other Latin American nations of our friendship, our partnership and our solidarity,” added Rear Adm. Buck. “This mission will enable us to strengthen ties in support of our enduring partnerships with the people of Central and South America. It is a partnership that will enhance our shared values, interests, and community, and a commitment to unity, security and stability in the region.” Comfort is on an 11-week medical support mission to Central and South America as part of U.S. Southern Command’s Enduring Promise initiative. Working with health and government partners in Ecuador, Peru, Colombia and Honduras, the embarked medical team will provide care on board and at land-based medical sites, helping to relieve pressure on national medical systems caused partly by an increase in cross-border migrants. The deployment reflects the United States’ enduring promise of friendship, partnership and solidarity with the Americas.
Microsoft offers online flu self-assessmentMicrosoft launched a new Web site today, H1N1 Swine Flu Response Center, to help patients assess flu-like symptoms and decide their next step. The self-assessment is licensed from experts at Emory University. Dr. Arthur Kellermann, professor of emergency medicine at Emory, said in a Microsoft release that the tool “can encourage those who are severely ill or at risk for serious illness to contact their doctor, and reassure everyone else that it is safe and prudent to recover at home.”http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/press/2009/oct09/10-07h1n1responsecenterpr.mspxOct 7 Microsoft news release EU approves Baxter’s cell-based vaccineThe European Commission today approved Baxter International’s pandemic H1N1 vaccine, Celvapan, for use in the European Union, the company announced. It is the first cell culture-based H1N1 vaccine as well as the first non-adjuvanted product to win European approval. The EU authorization calls for using two doses of the vaccine in adults and children; the company is awaiting trial results to determine if one dose will be sufficient in adults.http://www.baxter.com/press_room/press_releases/2009/10_07_09-celvapan.htmlOct 7 Baxter news release Oct 7, 2009 Study: Seasonal vaccine may help fight H1N1Contrary to most other evidence, a study from Mexico suggests that seasonal flu vaccine may offer some protection against the novel H1N1 virus. Researchers compared the vaccination status of 60 H1N1 case-patients and 180 control patients at a specialty hospital. The H1N1 patients were less likely to have had a seasonal flu shot. But the authors say the study is limited by its small size, retrospective design, and the high prevalence of vaccination and chronic conditions in the control group.http://www.bmj.com/cgi/content/full/339/oct06_2/b3928Oct 6 British Medical Journal study Novartis ships seasonal, H1N1 vaccines to USVaccine manufacturer Novartis said yesterday it has completed shipments of its seasonal flu vaccine, Fluvirin, to the United States after delivering 27 million doses. The Swiss company originally had said it planned to supply about 30 million doses to the US market. Yesterday the firm also said it started shipping swine flu vaccine on Sept. 27, 2 weeks after the formulation received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration.http://www.novartis.com/newsroom/media-releases/en/2009/1345850.shtmlOct 6 Novartis press release
The tender for increasing energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy sources in the service sector (tourism, trade) is open until September 21 this year, and private micro, small, medium and large private companies registered to perform activities in the service sector can apply. (tourism, trade) in accordance with the National Classification of Activities.Project proposals may include only measures related to eligible activities, provided that the activities excluded from the scope of this Call do not benefit from the support granted under this Call, which will be demonstrated during the project implementation. Applicants must act individually. Partner organizations and partnerships of any kind are not acceptable.The total available amount of grants for award under this Call is HRK 76.000.000,00, and the lowest total value of grants is HRK 220.000,00, while the maximum allowed is HRK 13.000.000,00.The purpose of the call is to support the reduction of energy consumption in companies registered for tourism and / or trade, through the implementation of energy efficiency measures (measures) and / or activities (measures) for the use of renewable energy sources that bring energy consumption to the cost of the enterprise. of at least 20% in relation to the reference delivered energy, ie in relation to the consumption of delivered energy before the implementation of measures.You can find all the details about the Competition on the official website European Structural and Investment Funds
The Info Day of the Vižula Archaeological Park project was held in Medulin, where the entire project of arranging the Vižula Archaeological Park was presented.The Vižula Archaeological Park project refers to an integrated investment in the arrangement of the Vižula Peninsula as an archaeological park for visitors, and in the development of tourist facilities, infrastructure and management and promotion systems based on cultural heritage. With this project, the Municipality of Medulin wants to position itself on the map of tourist destinations, not only as a destination of family tourism but also as a destination of cultural and archaeological tourism.The main goal of the Vižula Archaeological Park project is to contribute to the sustainable socio-economic development of the Municipality of Medulin as a recognizable destination of cultural and historical tourism through thematically related investments based on the restoration and valorization of cultural heritage – an archaeological site from antiquity.The Mayor of Medulin, Goran Buić, presented the entire project and pointed out that the implementation of this extremely valuable project will preserve and revitalize the Archaeological Park Vižula and through thematically related investments based on restoration and valorization of cultural heritage – archaeological site, contribute to sustainable socio-economic development Medulin as a recognizable destination of cultural and historical tourism. “In addition to the extension of the tourist season, by creating a brand of cultural and historical destination and revitalization of the site, the residents of the Municipality of Medulin will thus get space for spending free time, educating children and recreation and walking. The project contributes to the extension of the tourist season, promotion and valorization of cultural heritage and has multiple benefits for the local community, locals and children. All project activities end on September 1, 2019, and locals and guests will enter the park as before completely free of charge, and only events, concerts, rental of AR glasses and accompanying events will be charged.”Said Chief Buic.Photo: City of MedulinVižula is an archeological site near Medulin, inhabited from the Neolithic to the early Middle Ages. century. God. In 1969, a part of the Neolithic settlement (shrub huts, covered with earth and mud) was excavated and explored (B. Baćić). Fragments of pottery and pieces of pottery (decorated with impressions of the edge of a shell or rows of stabs) date the settlement to a younger stage of the older Neolithic.The project was reported by the Municipality of Medulin on March 07.03.2016, 19.645.579,23. Call for project proposals “Preparation and implementation of Integrated Development Programs based on the restoration of cultural heritage”. The total value of the project is HRK 16.040.624,19, of which co-financing in the amount of HRK 01 was approved from the European Regional Development Fund. The project officially starts on September 2017, 24, and the implementation activities of the project will last for 01.09.2019 months until September XNUMX, XNUMX. years.