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Electronic Health Records Should Facilitate Better Care, but Often Don’t

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The introduction of electronic health records (EHRs) was accompanied by a great deal of fanfare. Such systems, which replace old paper-based charts in doctor’s offices and hospitals, were designed to make patient data more accurate, safer and more accessible. It was also claimed that they would make it easier for doctors and other health professionals to monitor […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

5 Simple Tricks to Get Rid of Irritating Nighttime Leg Cramps

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Leg cramping during vigorous exercise is one thing, but leg cramping in the middle of the night is something else entirely. It’s perplexing, it’s painful, and it keeps you awake! Poor sleep causes a poor mood and low functionality the next day, so this is a no-brainer; it’s essential to figure out how to get […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Subiaco developer guns for WA's most expensive ever apartment sale

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The Subi markets site developer has released further details of pre-sales at the landmark location, including a potential sale of two whole floors to one buyer. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Bat poo no longer blights church and interrupts service, as worshippers rejoice over new scheme

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Bat poo no longer blights church and interrupts service, as worshippers rejoice over new scheme Enticing the next generation through their ancient doors, keeping donations topped up and ensuring that the organ is tuned usually rank high among any church’s list of priorities. For one congregation in Leicester, however, their problems have been somewhat more ungodly. For years, members of All Saints Church in Braunston-in-Rutland have been plagued by faeces dropping from the ceiling where a 500-strong colony of bats now reside.  This has meant that instead of praying or enjoying the 1,000-year-old church building, parishioners have been slipping on its floors, art and furniture has been covered in sheeting and volunteer wardens have spent hours scouring pews and floors of bat excrement. Now, however, the congregation remains clean and dry. Following a pioneering new scheme, entitled the Bats in Churches project, work has been done to fill the gaps in the ceiling to prevent faeces and urine soaking through without harming the animals. It is illegal to stop bats - which are a protected species - from reaching their roost, leaving many churches unable to patch up holes in their walls and doors which bats use for access. As a result, many congregations across the country have often found themselves at the receiving end of their sporadic, plunging excrement.  Gail Rudge at All Saints Church at Braunston in Rutland, where bats have roosted and caused damage  Credit: ./Photo Copyright John Robertson, 2017.  All Saints Church was one of the first to benefit from £3.8million of Heritage Lottery Funds to reduce the impact of bats on the buildings across the UK. It is one of around 100 churches, which hosts a large bat roost, which is now reaping the rewards of clean floors and clean congregants.  Sue Willetts, church warden, told the BBC: "Before, we had covers down on the floors to collect the droppings. "We had to clean the pews every time, it took an hour before every single service. Now we use the church how its meant to be." Mrs Willetts said that the bat problem “snowballed” five years ago when an old chimney in the village collapsed, prompting its residents to move into the church instead. She added that after signing up to the scheme, ecologists found gaps between the roof and the church and it was possible to block these gaps without harming the bats. She estimated that the church has received £100,000 worth of scaffolding, building, and ecological study works since applying for funding from the project. Rosemary Riddell, from the Bat in Churches project, said work at All Saints Church "has enabled us to sort of roll out solutions to other churches similar to Braunstone and it's really helped us to learn from their experiences". "[The church] was one of our guinea pigs and we're grateful for their engagement and involvement," she added. More than 100 churches have applied for the Bats and Churches Partnership, which monitors bats to see whether church managers could be allowed to take action to protect their historic buildings. It is funded by a multi-million-pound National Lottery grant.  All Saints Church at Braunston in Rutland, Credit: ./Photo Copyright John Robertson, 2017.  During the General Synod earlier this summer, The Telegraph reported that bats in the belfry were being mooted as a potential “tool for mission”.  Bishops visiting York were asked to answer more than 100 questions involving an array of controversial topics such as reporting abuse during confession, non-disclosure agreements and ethical investments in large technology companies; and one was on bats.  The Archdeacon of Lincoln, the Venerable Gavin Kirk, asked for an update on the progress of the Bats in Churches project, and “how those afflicted by bats may find out more about it?”  Sir Tony Baldry, chair of the Church Buildings Council, responded: “A number of projects involve volunteers from the community in managing and even exploiting the presence of bats, for school projects and the like. Bats might even prove to be a tool for mission, if we can get them to behave politely.” Asked how bats may prove to be tools for mission, Sir Tony told the media: “We have to work out how to encourage them out of the belfry to roost in bat boxes in churchyards. “They could then be of interest for projects for schools and A-level students studying the life cycles of bats and so on. They are part of God's creation and are interesting mammals. “There are serious challenges. They poo and urinate over large parts of the church, it i Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Bat poo no longer blights church and interrupts service, as worshippers rejoice over new scheme

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Bat poo no longer blights church and interrupts service, as worshippers rejoice over new scheme Enticing the next generation through their ancient doors, keeping donations topped up and ensuring that the organ is tuned usually rank high among any church’s list of priorities. For one congregation in Leicester, however, their problems have been somewhat more ungodly. For years, members of All Saints Church in Braunston-in-Rutland have been plagued by faeces dropping from the ceiling where a 500-strong colony of bats now reside.  This has meant that instead of praying or enjoying the 1,000-year-old church building, parishioners have been slipping on its floors, art and furniture has been covered in sheeting and volunteer wardens have spent hours scouring pews and floors of bat excrement. Now, however, the congregation remains clean and dry. Following a pioneering new scheme, entitled the Bats in Churches project, work has been done to fill the gaps in the ceiling to prevent faeces and urine soaking through without harming the animals. It is illegal to stop bats - which are a protected species - from reaching their roost, leaving many churches unable to patch up holes in their walls and doors which bats use for access. As a result, many congregations across the country have often found themselves at the receiving end of their sporadic, plunging excrement.  Gail Rudge at All Saints Church at Braunston in Rutland, where bats have roosted and caused damage  Credit: ./Photo Copyright John Robertson, 2017.  All Saints Church was one of the first to benefit from £3.8million of Heritage Lottery Funds to reduce the impact of bats on the buildings across the UK. It is one of around 100 churches, which hosts a large bat roost, which is now reaping the rewards of clean floors and clean congregants.  Sue Willetts, church warden, told the BBC: "Before, we had covers down on the floors to collect the droppings. "We had to clean the pews every time, it took an hour before every single service. Now we use the church how its meant to be." Mrs Willetts said that the bat problem “snowballed” five years ago when an old chimney in the village collapsed, prompting its residents to move into the church instead. She added that after signing up to the scheme, ecologists found gaps between the roof and the church and it was possible to block these gaps without harming the bats. She estimated that the church has received £100,000 worth of scaffolding, building, and ecological study works since applying for funding from the project. Rosemary Riddell, from the Bat in Churches project, said work at All Saints Church "has enabled us to sort of roll out solutions to other churches similar to Braunstone and it's really helped us to learn from their experiences". "[The church] was one of our guinea pigs and we're grateful for their engagement and involvement," she added. More than 100 churches have applied for the Bats and Churches Partnership, which monitors bats to see whether church managers could be allowed to take action to protect their historic buildings. It is funded by a multi-million-pound National Lottery grant.  All Saints Church at Braunston in Rutland, Credit: ./Photo Copyright John Robertson, 2017.  During the General Synod earlier this summer, The Telegraph reported that bats in the belfry were being mooted as a potential “tool for mission”.  Bishops visiting York were asked to answer more than 100 questions involving an array of controversial topics such as reporting abuse during confession, non-disclosure agreements and ethical investments in large technology companies; and one was on bats.  The Archdeacon of Lincoln, the Venerable Gavin Kirk, asked for an update on the progress of the Bats in Churches project, and “how those afflicted by bats may find out more about it?”  Sir Tony Baldry, chair of the Church Buildings Council, responded: “A number of projects involve volunteers from the community in managing and even exploiting the presence of bats, for school projects and the like. Bats might even prove to be a tool for mission, if we can get them to behave politely.” Asked how bats may prove to be tools for mission, Sir Tony told the media: “We have to work out how to encourage them out of the belfry to roost in bat boxes in churchyards. “They could then be of interest for projects for schools and A-level students studying the life cycles of bats and so on. They are part of God's creation and are interesting mammals. “There are serious challenges. They poo and urinate over large parts of the church, it i Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Bat poo no longer blights church and interrupts service, as worshippers rejoice over new scheme

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Bat poo no longer blights church and interrupts service, as worshippers rejoice over new scheme Enticing the next generation through their ancient doors, keeping donations topped up and ensuring that the organ is tuned usually rank high among any church’s list of priorities. For one congregation in Leicester, however, their problems have been somewhat more ungodly. For years, members of All Saints Church in Braunston-in-Rutland have been plagued by faeces dropping from the ceiling where a 500-strong colony of bats now reside.  This has meant that instead of praying or enjoying the 1,000-year-old church building, parishioners have been slipping on its floors, art and furniture has been covered in sheeting and volunteer wardens have spent hours scouring pews and floors of bat excrement. Now, however, the congregation remains clean and dry. Following a pioneering new scheme, entitled the Bats in Churches project, work has been done to fill the gaps in the ceiling to prevent faeces and urine soaking through without harming the animals. It is illegal to stop bats - which are a protected species - from reaching their roost, leaving many churches unable to patch up holes in their walls and doors which bats use for access. As a result, many congregations across the country have often found themselves at the receiving end of their sporadic, plunging excrement.  Gail Rudge at All Saints Church at Braunston in Rutland, where bats have roosted and caused damage  Credit: ./Photo Copyright John Robertson, 2017.  All Saints Church was one of the first to benefit from £3.8million of Heritage Lottery Funds to reduce the impact of bats on the buildings across the UK. It is one of around 100 churches, which hosts a large bat roost, which is now reaping the rewards of clean floors and clean congregants.  Sue Willetts, church warden, told the BBC: "Before, we had covers down on the floors to collect the droppings. "We had to clean the pews every time, it took an hour before every single service. Now we use the church how its meant to be." Mrs Willetts said that the bat problem “snowballed” five years ago when an old chimney in the village collapsed, prompting its residents to move into the church instead. She added that after signing up to the scheme, ecologists found gaps between the roof and the church and it was possible to block these gaps without harming the bats. She estimated that the church has received £100,000 worth of scaffolding, building, and ecological study works since applying for funding from the project. Rosemary Riddell, from the Bat in Churches project, said work at All Saints Church "has enabled us to sort of roll out solutions to other churches similar to Braunstone and it's really helped us to learn from their experiences". "[The church] was one of our guinea pigs and we're grateful for their engagement and involvement," she added. More than 100 churches have applied for the Bats and Churches Partnership, which monitors bats to see whether church managers could be allowed to take action to protect their historic buildings. It is funded by a multi-million-pound National Lottery grant.  All Saints Church at Braunston in Rutland, Credit: ./Photo Copyright John Robertson, 2017.  During the General Synod earlier this summer, The Telegraph reported that bats in the belfry were being mooted as a potential “tool for mission”.  Bishops visiting York were asked to answer more than 100 questions involving an array of controversial topics such as reporting abuse during confession, non-disclosure agreements and ethical investments in large technology companies; and one was on bats.  The Archdeacon of Lincoln, the Venerable Gavin Kirk, asked for an update on the progress of the Bats in Churches project, and “how those afflicted by bats may find out more about it?”  Sir Tony Baldry, chair of the Church Buildings Council, responded: “A number of projects involve volunteers from the community in managing and even exploiting the presence of bats, for school projects and the like. Bats might even prove to be a tool for mission, if we can get them to behave politely.” Asked how bats may prove to be tools for mission, Sir Tony told the media: “We have to work out how to encourage them out of the belfry to roost in bat boxes in churchyards. “They could then be of interest for projects for schools and A-level students studying the life cycles of bats and so on. They are part of God's creation and are interesting mammals. “There are serious challenges. They poo and urinate over large parts of the church, it i Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Bat poo no longer blights church and interrupts service, as worshippers rejoice over new scheme

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Bat poo no longer blights church and interrupts service, as worshippers rejoice over new scheme Enticing the next generation through their ancient doors, keeping donations topped up and ensuring that the organ is tuned usually rank high among any church’s list of priorities. For one congregation in Leicester, however, their problems have been somewhat more ungodly. For years, members of All Saints Church in Braunston-in-Rutland have been plagued by faeces dropping from the ceiling where a 500-strong colony of bats now reside.  This has meant that instead of praying or enjoying the 1,000-year-old church building, parishioners have been slipping on its floors, art and furniture has been covered in sheeting and volunteer wardens have spent hours scouring pews and floors of bat excrement. Now, however, the congregation remains clean and dry. Following a pioneering new scheme, entitled the Bats in Churches project, work has been done to fill the gaps in the ceiling to prevent faeces and urine soaking through without harming the animals. It is illegal to stop bats - which are a protected species - from reaching their roost, leaving many churches unable to patch up holes in their walls and doors which bats use for access. As a result, many congregations across the country have often found themselves at the receiving end of their sporadic, plunging excrement.  Gail Rudge at All Saints Church at Braunston in Rutland, where bats have roosted and caused damage  Credit: ./Photo Copyright John Robertson, 2017.  All Saints Church was one of the first to benefit from £3.8million of Heritage Lottery Funds to reduce the impact of bats on the buildings across the UK. It is one of around 100 churches, which hosts a large bat roost, which is now reaping the rewards of clean floors and clean congregants.  Sue Willetts, church warden, told the BBC: "Before, we had covers down on the floors to collect the droppings. "We had to clean the pews every time, it took an hour before every single service. Now we use the church how its meant to be." Mrs Willetts said that the bat problem “snowballed” five years ago when an old chimney in the village collapsed, prompting its residents to move into the church instead. She added that after signing up to the scheme, ecologists found gaps between the roof and the church and it was possible to block these gaps without harming the bats. She estimated that the church has received £100,000 worth of scaffolding, building, and ecological study works since applying for funding from the project. Rosemary Riddell, from the Bat in Churches project, said work at All Saints Church "has enabled us to sort of roll out solutions to other churches similar to Braunstone and it's really helped us to learn from their experiences". "[The church] was one of our guinea pigs and we're grateful for their engagement and involvement," she added. More than 100 churches have applied for the Bats and Churches Partnership, which monitors bats to see whether church managers could be allowed to take action to protect their historic buildings. It is funded by a multi-million-pound National Lottery grant.  All Saints Church at Braunston in Rutland, Credit: ./Photo Copyright John Robertson, 2017.  During the General Synod earlier this summer, The Telegraph reported that bats in the belfry were being mooted as a potential “tool for mission”.  Bishops visiting York were asked to answer more than 100 questions involving an array of controversial topics such as reporting abuse during confession, non-disclosure agreements and ethical investments in large technology companies; and one was on bats.  The Archdeacon of Lincoln, the Venerable Gavin Kirk, asked for an update on the progress of the Bats in Churches project, and “how those afflicted by bats may find out more about it?”  Sir Tony Baldry, chair of the Church Buildings Council, responded: “A number of projects involve volunteers from the community in managing and even exploiting the presence of bats, for school projects and the like. Bats might even prove to be a tool for mission, if we can get them to behave politely.” Asked how bats may prove to be tools for mission, Sir Tony told the media: “We have to work out how to encourage them out of the belfry to roost in bat boxes in churchyards. “They could then be of interest for projects for schools and A-level students studying the life cycles of bats and so on. They are part of God's creation and are interesting mammals. “There are serious challenges. They poo and urinate over large parts of the church, it i Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Bat poo no longer blights church and interrupts service, as worshippers rejoice over new scheme

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Bat poo no longer blights church and interrupts service, as worshippers rejoice over new scheme Enticing the next generation through their ancient doors, keeping donations topped up and ensuring that the organ is tuned usually rank high among any church’s list of priorities. For one congregation in Leicester, however, their problems have been somewhat more ungodly. For years, members of All Saints Church in Braunston-in-Rutland have been plagued by faeces dropping from the ceiling where a 500-strong colony of bats now reside.  This has meant that instead of praying or enjoying the 1,000-year-old church building, parishioners have been slipping on its floors, art and furniture has been covered in sheeting and volunteer wardens have spent hours scouring pews and floors of bat excrement. Now, however, the congregation remains clean and dry. Following a pioneering new scheme, entitled the Bats in Churches project, work has been done to fill the gaps in the ceiling to prevent faeces and urine soaking through without harming the animals. It is illegal to stop bats - which are a protected species - from reaching their roost, leaving many churches unable to patch up holes in their walls and doors which bats use for access. As a result, many congregations across the country have often found themselves at the receiving end of their sporadic, plunging excrement.  Gail Rudge at All Saints Church at Braunston in Rutland, where bats have roosted and caused damage  Credit: ./Photo Copyright John Robertson, 2017.  All Saints Church was one of the first to benefit from £3.8million of Heritage Lottery Funds to reduce the impact of bats on the buildings across the UK. It is one of around 100 churches, which hosts a large bat roost, which is now reaping the rewards of clean floors and clean congregants.  Sue Willetts, church warden, told the BBC: "Before, we had covers down on the floors to collect the droppings. "We had to clean the pews every time, it took an hour before every single service. Now we use the church how its meant to be." Mrs Willetts said that the bat problem “snowballed” five years ago when an old chimney in the village collapsed, prompting its residents to move into the church instead. She added that after signing up to the scheme, ecologists found gaps between the roof and the church and it was possible to block these gaps without harming the bats. She estimated that the church has received £100,000 worth of scaffolding, building, and ecological study works since applying for funding from the project. Rosemary Riddell, from the Bat in Churches project, said work at All Saints Church "has enabled us to sort of roll out solutions to other churches similar to Braunstone and it's really helped us to learn from their experiences". "[The church] was one of our guinea pigs and we're grateful for their engagement and involvement," she added. More than 100 churches have applied for the Bats and Churches Partnership, which monitors bats to see whether church managers could be allowed to take action to protect their historic buildings. It is funded by a multi-million-pound National Lottery grant.  All Saints Church at Braunston in Rutland, Credit: ./Photo Copyright John Robertson, 2017.  During the General Synod earlier this summer, The Telegraph reported that bats in the belfry were being mooted as a potential “tool for mission”.  Bishops visiting York were asked to answer more than 100 questions involving an array of controversial topics such as reporting abuse during confession, non-disclosure agreements and ethical investments in large technology companies; and one was on bats.  The Archdeacon of Lincoln, the Venerable Gavin Kirk, asked for an update on the progress of the Bats in Churches project, and “how those afflicted by bats may find out more about it?”  Sir Tony Baldry, chair of the Church Buildings Council, responded: “A number of projects involve volunteers from the community in managing and even exploiting the presence of bats, for school projects and the like. Bats might even prove to be a tool for mission, if we can get them to behave politely.” Asked how bats may prove to be tools for mission, Sir Tony told the media: “We have to work out how to encourage them out of the belfry to roost in bat boxes in churchyards. “They could then be of interest for projects for schools and A-level students studying the life cycles of bats and so on. They are part of God's creation and are interesting mammals. “There are serious challenges. They poo and urinate over large parts of the church, it i Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Bat poo no longer blights church and interrupts service, as worshippers rejoice over new scheme

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Bat poo no longer blights church and interrupts service, as worshippers rejoice over new scheme Enticing the next generation through their ancient doors, keeping donations topped up and ensuring that the organ is tuned usually rank high among any church’s list of priorities. For one congregation in Leicester, however, their problems have been somewhat more ungodly. For years, members of All Saints Church in Braunston-in-Rutland have been plagued by faeces dropping from the ceiling where a 500-strong colony of bats now reside.  This has meant that instead of praying or enjoying the 1,000-year-old church building, parishioners have been slipping on its floors, art and furniture has been covered in sheeting and volunteer wardens have spent hours scouring pews and floors of bat excrement. Now, however, the congregation remains clean and dry. Following a pioneering new scheme, entitled the Bats in Churches project, work has been done to fill the gaps in the ceiling to prevent faeces and urine soaking through without harming the animals. It is illegal to stop bats - which are a protected species - from reaching their roost, leaving many churches unable to patch up holes in their walls and doors which bats use for access. As a result, many congregations across the country have often found themselves at the receiving end of their sporadic, plunging excrement.  Gail Rudge at All Saints Church at Braunston in Rutland, where bats have roosted and caused damage  Credit: ./Photo Copyright John Robertson, 2017.  All Saints Church was one of the first to benefit from £3.8million of Heritage Lottery Funds to reduce the impact of bats on the buildings across the UK. It is one of around 100 churches, which hosts a large bat roost, which is now reaping the rewards of clean floors and clean congregants.  Sue Willetts, church warden, told the BBC: "Before, we had covers down on the floors to collect the droppings. "We had to clean the pews every time, it took an hour before every single service. Now we use the church how its meant to be." Mrs Willetts said that the bat problem “snowballed” five years ago when an old chimney in the village collapsed, prompting its residents to move into the church instead. She added that after signing up to the scheme, ecologists found gaps between the roof and the church and it was possible to block these gaps without harming the bats. She estimated that the church has received £100,000 worth of scaffolding, building, and ecological study works since applying for funding from the project. Rosemary Riddell, from the Bat in Churches project, said work at All Saints Church "has enabled us to sort of roll out solutions to other churches similar to Braunstone and it's really helped us to learn from their experiences". "[The church] was one of our guinea pigs and we're grateful for their engagement and involvement," she added. More than 100 churches have applied for the Bats and Churches Partnership, which monitors bats to see whether church managers could be allowed to take action to protect their historic buildings. It is funded by a multi-million-pound National Lottery grant.  All Saints Church at Braunston in Rutland, Credit: ./Photo Copyright John Robertson, 2017.  During the General Synod earlier this summer, The Telegraph reported that bats in the belfry were being mooted as a potential “tool for mission”.  Bishops visiting York were asked to answer more than 100 questions involving an array of controversial topics such as reporting abuse during confession, non-disclosure agreements and ethical investments in large technology companies; and one was on bats.  The Archdeacon of Lincoln, the Venerable Gavin Kirk, asked for an update on the progress of the Bats in Churches project, and “how those afflicted by bats may find out more about it?”  Sir Tony Baldry, chair of the Church Buildings Council, responded: “A number of projects involve volunteers from the community in managing and even exploiting the presence of bats, for school projects and the like. Bats might even prove to be a tool for mission, if we can get them to behave politely.” Asked how bats may prove to be tools for mission, Sir Tony told the media: “We have to work out how to encourage them out of the belfry to roost in bat boxes in churchyards. “They could then be of interest for projects for schools and A-level students studying the life cycles of bats and so on. They are part of God's creation and are interesting mammals. “There are serious challenges. They poo and urinate over large parts of the church, it i Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Bat poo no longer blights church and interrupts service, as worshippers rejoice over new scheme

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Bat poo no longer blights church and interrupts service, as worshippers rejoice over new scheme Enticing the next generation through their ancient doors, keeping donations topped up and ensuring that the organ is tuned usually rank high among any church’s list of priorities. For one congregation in Leicester, however, their problems have been somewhat more ungodly. For years, members of All Saints Church in Braunston-in-Rutland have been plagued by faeces dropping from the ceiling where a 500-strong colony of bats now reside.  This has meant that instead of praying or enjoying the 1,000-year-old church building, parishioners have been slipping on its floors, art and furniture has been covered in sheeting and volunteer wardens have spent hours scouring pews and floors of bat excrement. Now, however, the congregation remains clean and dry. Following a pioneering new scheme, entitled the Bats in Churches project, work has been done to fill the gaps in the ceiling to prevent faeces and urine soaking through without harming the animals. It is illegal to stop bats - which are a protected species - from reaching their roost, leaving many churches unable to patch up holes in their walls and doors which bats use for access. As a result, many congregations across the country have often found themselves at the receiving end of their sporadic, plunging excrement.  Gail Rudge at All Saints Church at Braunston in Rutland, where bats have roosted and caused damage  Credit: ./Photo Copyright John Robertson, 2017.  All Saints Church was one of the first to benefit from £3.8million of Heritage Lottery Funds to reduce the impact of bats on the buildings across the UK. It is one of around 100 churches, which hosts a large bat roost, which is now reaping the rewards of clean floors and clean congregants.  Sue Willetts, church warden, told the BBC: "Before, we had covers down on the floors to collect the droppings. "We had to clean the pews every time, it took an hour before every single service. Now we use the church how its meant to be." Mrs Willetts said that the bat problem “snowballed” five years ago when an old chimney in the village collapsed, prompting its residents to move into the church instead. She added that after signing up to the scheme, ecologists found gaps between the roof and the church and it was possible to block these gaps without harming the bats. She estimated that the church has received £100,000 worth of scaffolding, building, and ecological study works since applying for funding from the project. Rosemary Riddell, from the Bat in Churches project, said work at All Saints Church "has enabled us to sort of roll out solutions to other churches similar to Braunstone and it's really helped us to learn from their experiences". "[The church] was one of our guinea pigs and we're grateful for their engagement and involvement," she added. More than 100 churches have applied for the Bats and Churches Partnership, which monitors bats to see whether church managers could be allowed to take action to protect their historic buildings. It is funded by a multi-million-pound National Lottery grant.  All Saints Church at Braunston in Rutland, Credit: ./Photo Copyright John Robertson, 2017.  During the General Synod earlier this summer, The Telegraph reported that bats in the belfry were being mooted as a potential “tool for mission”.  Bishops visiting York were asked to answer more than 100 questions involving an array of controversial topics such as reporting abuse during confession, non-disclosure agreements and ethical investments in large technology companies; and one was on bats.  The Archdeacon of Lincoln, the Venerable Gavin Kirk, asked for an update on the progress of the Bats in Churches project, and “how those afflicted by bats may find out more about it?”  Sir Tony Baldry, chair of the Church Buildings Council, responded: “A number of projects involve volunteers from the community in managing and even exploiting the presence of bats, for school projects and the like. Bats might even prove to be a tool for mission, if we can get them to behave politely.” Asked how bats may prove to be tools for mission, Sir Tony told the media: “We have to work out how to encourage them out of the belfry to roost in bat boxes in churchyards. “They could then be of interest for projects for schools and A-level students studying the life cycles of bats and so on. They are part of God's creation and are interesting mammals. “There are serious challenges. They poo and urinate over large parts of the church, it i Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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1; V Kremlu komentovali myšlenku obnovit G8. Dmitrij Peskov poznamenal, že jsou známy postoje pouze dvou zemí. 2; Speciální skupina ukrajinské armády se neúspěšně pokusila projít přes frontovou linii. 3; Rozsáhlé pátrání bylo ukončeno. V nižněgorodském lese byla nalezena pohřešovaná pětiletá dívka. Velmi dobře zkoordinovaná součinnost účastníků pátrání vedlo ke kýženému výsledku. 4; Ukrajinci si
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Otázka – Odpověď V.V. Pjakina ze dne 05.08.2019

Irena 22.08.2019, 11:17

Ruský analytik odpovídá ve svém pravidelném pořadu na otázky z těchto témat: Jak kvalitní reportáž Russia Today z protiputinovského mítingu v Moskvě pomohla rozkrýt antiruskou povahu protestů, masové střelby v USA jako příznak hroucení společnosti v USA, jak nové protiruské sankce pomáhají Rusku zbavit se napojení na USA, jak jsou Mexiko a zeď mezi Mexikem
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Otázka – Odpověď V.V. Pjakina ze dne 29.07.2019

Irena 22.08.2019, 10:58

Ruský analytik odpovídá ve svém pravidelném pořadu na otázky z těchto témat: Problémy vedení Ruska při výměně neschopných proamerických kádrů za schopné vlastenecké, jak Putinův telefonát se Zelenským pomohl snížit napětí mezi obyvatelstvem Ruska i Ukrajiny, proč Ukrajina zadržela ruský tanker, jak správně postupovat proti nepravostem státních činitelů v Rusku, proč by revoluce v Rusku
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Přehled zpráv – RusVesna, RusNext 21.8.2019

Božena W. 22.08.2019, 10:16

1; Mazaný tah. Strana Sluha národa si pro sebe zabrala nejlepší místa v jednacím sále Nejvyšší rady v blízkosti řečnického pultu. Na opozici zbyly vzdálenější lavice. 2; Na ukrajinském ministerstvu zdravotnictví navrhují vydávat metadon narkomanům ve věznicích. 3; Zrušit a rozčlenit. U Zelenského vysvětlili, co je třeba dělat s monopolními společnostmi. Proti návrhu zní hlas:
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S MUDr. Jonášem o zdraví - 12. díl

Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 08.12.2016, 12:37

MUDr. Josef Jonáš, jeden z nejznámějších českých badatelů v oblasti přírodní a celostní medicíny, radí jak pečovat o své tělesné a vlastně i duševní zdraví.
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S MUDr. Jonášem o zdraví - 11. díl

Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 28.11.2016, 15:53

MUDr. Josef Jonáš, jeden z nejznámějších českých badatelů v oblasti přírodní a celostní medicíny, radí jak pečovat o své tělesné a vlastně i duševní zdraví.
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Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 23.11.2016, 01:35

MUDr. Josef Jonáš, jeden z nejznámějších českých badatelů v oblasti přírodní a celostní medicíny, radí jak pečovat o své tělesné a vlastně i duševní zdraví.
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Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 16.11.2016, 13:26

MUDr. Josef Jonáš, jeden z nejznámějších českých badatelů v oblasti přírodní a celostní medicíny, radí jak pečovat o své tělesné a vlastně i duševní zdraví.
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S MUDr. Jonášem o zdraví - 8. díl

Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 08.11.2016, 11:57

MUDr. Josef Jonáš, jeden z nejznámějších českých badatelů v oblasti přírodní a celostní medicíny, radí jak pečovat o své tělesné a vlastně i duševní zdraví.
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Tomio Okamura

Tomio Okamura: Ministrem kultury má být Zaorálek - komentář Tomia Okamury.

Tomio Okamura 22.08.2019, 20:53

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VI. Celostátní konference hnutí SPD

Tomio Okamura 29.07.2019, 21:54

Podívejte se na záznam projevu předsedy hnutí SPD Tomia Okamury z konání VI. celostátní konference hnutí.
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Tomio Okamura: SPD představilo program v oblasti sociální politiky.

Tomio Okamura 23.07.2019, 13:26

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Tomio Okamura: Česká televize se chová jako utržená ze řetězu.

Tomio Okamura 15.07.2019, 11:20

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Tomio Okamura: Vlastenectví je hrdost, čest a odvaha - Tisková konference.

Tomio Okamura 15.07.2019, 10:50

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Česká televize

REPORTÉŘI ČT - Macháček David - Přelet nad řepkovými lány

Česká televize 22.08.2019, 13:02

V jednom případě převládá žlutá, v druhém jde o strakaté obdélníky, které propůjčují krajině pestrý ráz. Nemá to jen estetický efekt, ale je to zpráva o zacházení s ornou půdou. Proč nejsou Rakušané v období kvetoucí řepky zaplaveni žlutým mořem, zjišťoval David Macháček. https://www.ceskatelevize.cz/porady/1142743803-reporteri-ct/219452801240017/0/65804-prelet-nad-repkovymi-lany/
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REPORTÉŘI ČT - Macháček David - Hon na živnostníka

Česká televize 22.08.2019, 13:02

Smí se mluvit o zločinech padesátých let? Smí, ale bez uvádění jmen těch, kteří jsou pod nimi podepsáni. Takovou zkušenost udělala paní Vévodová z Valašského Meziříčí, která do místních novin v Bojkovicích popsala příběh svého otce. Redakční rada rozhodla, že vzpomínky otiskne, ale bez jmen komunistických funkcionářů, kteří se postarali o její rodinné neštěstí. Říká se tomu ošklivým jménem - cenzura. Více v reportáži Davida Macháčka. https://www.ceskatelevize.cz/ivysilani/1142743803-reporteri-ct/218452801240030/obsah/648922-hon-na-zivnostnika
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REPORTÉŘI ČT - Macháček David - Správce z Kremlu

Česká televize 22.08.2019, 13:02

Jak už to chodilo za minulých časů, československý stát postavil v Praze pro sovětský diplomatický sbor bytový komplex se dvěma sty byty. Patří sice stále našemu státu, ale spravuje je ruská ambasáda. Jmenovitě jistý Alexandr Těrentěv, diplomat, který se chlubí úzkými vazbami na prezidenta Putina. Od chvíle, co v roce 2015 dorazil na svou pražskou misi, zavládl v bytovém komplexu rozruch a strach. Nájemníci si stěžují, že pan Těrentěv používá nevybíravé metody, aby je z bytů vystěhoval a mohl je pronajímat lukrativnější klientele. Na případ upozornil Deník N. Natáčel David Macháček. https://www.ceskatelevize.cz/ivysilani/1142743803-reporteri-ct/219452801240011/obsah/684027-spravce-z-kremlu
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REPORTÉŘI ČT - Neumannová Jana - Strnadová Tereza - Miliardový pozemek

Česká televize 22.08.2019, 13:02

Tohle je novinářský objev, který by před pár lety zaručeně vzbudil obrovskou pozornost. Smlouva, která může stát připravit o stovky milionů korun. Jde o prodej státních pozemků v lukrativní části Prahy nedaleko Hradu, který se má uskutečnit bez soutěže, předem známé firmě. Nápadné přitom je, že za stát smlouvu vypracoval právník, jehož kancelář sídlí v domě budoucího kupce. Může se také pochlubit blízkými vztahy s místopředsedou hnutí ANO Jaroslavem Faltýnkem. Natáčely redaktorky Jana Neumannová a Tereza Strnadová. https://www.ceskatelevize.cz/ivysilani/1142743803-reporteri-ct/218452801240030/obsah/648921-miliardovy-pozemek
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A/Z Toulavá kamera

Česká televize 26.07.2019, 14:46

Túlavá kamera nás roky seznamuje s krásami a zajímavostmi této země. A/Z news horlivě přináší pravidelné kulturní zpravodajství. Nyní vás hlavní moderátoři Iveta a Laďa a terénní reportérka Beky ruku v ruce nalákají jak na cínové vojáčky a sirné prameny, tak i na těžkopádný Brutal Assault a odvěký Slovácký rok.
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Koptův snář | KOPTASHOW

Česká televize 17.06.2019, 10:00

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Česká televize 13.06.2019, 10:25

REPORTÉŘI ČT - ZÁHADA PRO HNUTÍ ANO: Nikdo neví, čí je Agrofert.

Česká televize 11.06.2019, 11:29

ZÁHADA PRO HNUTÍ ANO: Nikdo neví, čí je Agrofert. Podívejte se na bonusové video k našemu dnešnímu vysílání. Reportéři ČT pondělí 10.6.2019 Celý díl pořadu Reportéři ČT: https://www.ceskatelevize.cz/porady/1142743803-reporteri-ct/219452801240021/ #reporterict #anketa #agrofert #zahada #babis #dotace #kauza
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Tomáš Klus a Indie | KOPTASHOW

Česká televize 03.06.2019, 10:00

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Politická agitace? Státní univerzita čelí hněvu Okamury. Za vše může tento její počin

25.08.2019, 21:41

Předsedu hnutí SPD Tomia Okamuru doběla rozpalují praktiky státní Univerzity Hradce Králové související s tím, že před volbami podle jeho slov „politicky agituje proti SPD na sociálních sítích, aby ovlivnila studenty“. Na sociální sítí Facebook neváhal sdílet příspěvek to dokazující. Současná vláda je podle jeho slov „hluchá a slepá“, když nemá dostatečný zájem na tom, aby školy byly odpolitizované, a učinila v tomto smyslu změny. Lidé mu dávali za pravdu, přišel však i výsměch za nafukování problému.
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Babiš udeřil na televizi. Zprudka. Tanky, Zeman, Zaorálek, všechno špatně

25.08.2019, 20:52

Premiér Andrej Babiš (ANO) se ve svém týdenním facebookovém hlášení „Čau lidi“, s nímž obohacuje veřejnost o přehled svých politických aktivit za uplynulý týden, tentokrát také pustil do médií za to, jak informují o vládní krizi a situaci na resortu kultury. Nebo za to, že připomínku srpna 1968 jistá televize vykreslila tak, jako by příjezd ruských tanků v roce 1968 způsobil on sám. Rozepsal se také o konkrétních změnách, se kterými v příštím roce plánují přijít někteří ministři.
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Ilona Švihlíková varuje: Nesplatitelné dluhy. Euro vyvolává krize, jakmile ho máte, je jedno, kdo je u vlády. Kdybychom ho teď přijali...

25.08.2019, 21:26

ROZHOVOR „K prosperitě se nelze proškrtat na základě chorých dokumentů, k prosperitě je nutno se proinvestovat. Euro je spjato se škrtací politikou, takže země zatížené větším dluhem z něj nemohou vyrůst, protože dluh je nesplatitelný,“ vysvětluje ekonomka Ilona Švihlíková. V rozhovoru pro ParlamentníListy.cz popsala měnu euro jako nástroj neskutečně omezující manévrovací schopnost státu. S eurem je prý skoro jedno, kdo je u vlády, protože omezení jsou tak velká, že nelze dělat prakticky nic.
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Chystá se bomba na září. Co má ECB v plánu, chrlení dalších peněz? Němečtí ekonomové ji zažalovali, marně. Německo už možná v krizi je, varuje Šichtařová

25.08.2019, 16:52

INVENTURA MARKÉTY ŠICHTAŘOVÉ Spojené státy jsou tváří v tvář blížící se recesi v nesrovnatelně lepší startovní pozici než eurozóna, kterou do nezáviděníhodné situace dostala Evropská centrální banka svou vlastní blbostí. Tak glosuje Markéta Šichtařová odlišná východiska americké a německé ekonomiky v časech zpomalující ekonomiky. Chvalozpěvům na kroky ČNB ze strany bývalého člena její bankovní rady Mojmíra Hampla oponuje tvrzením, že intervence české ekonomice ublížily a bez nich by se nemovitosti nestaly tak nedostupné. Dodnes je pro ni nezodpovězenou otázkou, co centrální bankéře k tak mohutným intervencím přimělo.
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Milion chvilek? Snaha přivlastnit si „samet“. V otázce migrace EU selhává. Zkušený diplomat Koukal se dívá na dnešní Evropu

25.08.2019, 19:03

ROZHOVOR Z demonstrací proti Andreji Babišovi čiší snaha přivlastnit si sametovou revoluci. Vládní nestabilita je mýtus a Andrej Babiš má de facto dvě koalice – jednu vládní a druhou společně s KSČM a SPD, myslí si někdejší pražský primátor a dlouholetý velvyslanec ČR v Rakousku Jan Koukal. V Bruselu podle Koukala dnes hrají prim druhořadí politici, kteří nedokázali uspět na domácí scéně. „Celý systém správy a vládnutí dnešní EU právě v otázce migrace totálně selhává,“ míní zkušený diplomat. „Příběhy z politických soubojů vládních stran s opoziční AfD, zatajování, kriminalita, překrucování skutečností si moc nezadají s totalitními praktikami,“ hodnotí Koukal příkře situaci v sousedním Německu. Češi jsou podle něj díky předchozím zkušenostem na podobné věci citlivější. Ohledně pozitivních změn je ale Koukal skeptický. Jako důvod uvádí současnou českou reprezentaci v europarlamentu.
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Poslední západní impérium?

The Saker 26.08.2019, 01:26

„Přes samé stromy nevidět les“ je výstižná metafora, pokud se podíváme na většinu komentářů, popisujících zhruba posledních dvacet let. Toto období bylo pozoruhodné, neboť došlo k celé řadě skutečně tektonických změn, které mezinárodní systém prodělal. Vše začalo během období 30. srpna - září 1995, o němž osobně smýšlím jako o „Křišťálové noci mezinárodního práva“, kdy impérium zaútočilo na bosenské Srby a naprosto tím porušilo všechny nejzákladnější principy mezinárodního práva.
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Budou-li oblasti Ukrajiny obývané Rusy, budou vyhlášeny sférou zájmů Ruska...

Dmitrij Sedov 24.08.2019, 01:10

S nástupem prezidenta Ukrajiny Vladimíra Zelenského do funkce se obrysy práce USA proti Rusku z ukrajinského území staly jasnějšími. O zdrojích Ukrajiny se ve Washingtonu uvažuje z pohledu jejich využití jako o odrazovém můstku pro podvratnou činnost „v ruském směru“.
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Téměř žádní spojenci: Proč se Německo stále více odvrací od USA

E. Coachman 23.08.2019, 01:10

Americký velvyslanec v Berlíně Richard Grenell uvedl, že pokud Německo nezvýší své příspěvky do rozpočtu NATO, Washington stáhne americkou armádu do Polska, takže Němci nebudou chráněni proti „ruské hrozbě“. Proč byla reakce Německa nečekaná a k čemu to povede?
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Pomalé zabíjení Juliana Assangeho

Stephen Lendman 22.08.2019, 01:10

Od 11. dubna, kdy byl nezákonným způsobem odvlečen z velvyslanectví Ekvádoru v Londýně do zajetí, Assange strádá v tvrdých podmínkách britského žaláře na příkaz Trumpova režimu, který ho chce v USA postavit před soud za „zločin“, kterým je pravdu hlásající žurnalistika. Více o tom níže.
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Ukrajina bude rozprodána

Alexandr Dudčak 21.08.2019, 01:20

Pro Monsanto, Cargil a DuPont je vyjednávání o tom, komu patří ukrajinská černozem, nepřípustné. Debaty o vhodnosti prodeje ukrajinské černozemě se chýlí ke konci. Před našima očima se odehrál posun od nemyslitelného a radikálního k přijatelnému a rozumnému. Brzy se stane prodej zemědělských pozemků na Ukrajině platnou normou. A to bez ohledu na výsledky společného sociologického průzkumu KMIS (1), Razumkovova centra (2) a sociologické skupiny Rating (3), kteří informují o tom, že 72 % obyvatel Ukrajiny nesouhlasí s prodejem zemědělských pozemků. Ovšem veřejné mínění obyvatelstva není bráno v potaz. „Je důležité připravit lidi a vysvětlit, že jim nikdo zemi nebere, to je hlavní problém“, - prohlašuje Zelenský.
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EU a zdravý rozum

Autor neuveden 21.08.2019, 01:10

S obavami sleduji kroky nové šéfky EU Usruly von der Leyen. Respektive ani ne tak její, ale děsí mne ústupky, kterými musela zaplatit za své mimořádně těsné zvolení do čela Evropské komise radikálním frakcím v Europarlamentu. Zejména Zelených, kterým ovšem ani její závazky, ohledně snižování emisí skleníkových plynů do roku 2030 a cílovou neutralitou v roce 2050, nestačily a stejně jí hlas nedali, ačkoli se dostáváme daleko za hranici racionality.V představách jak Ursuly von der Leyenové,tak především evropských zelených fanatiků.
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Co bude Litvu stát energetická nezávislost

Anatolij Ivanov 20.08.2019, 01:20

Oficiální Vilnius se domnívá, že dosáhne plné energetické nezávislosti na Rusku, pokud se vyčlení z jednotného systému BRELL – energetického okruhu Běloruska, Ruska, Estonska, Lotyšska a Litvy. Úředníci litevského Ministerstva energetiky se vzápětí obrací k politikům: „spínač BRELLU byl umístěn v moskevském dispečinku“…
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Srpen 1969 – konec nadějí

Vlastimil Podracký 20.08.2019, 01:10

Potlačením demonstrací 21. srpna 1969 skončily veškeré naděje na reformu komunistického režimu v jakékoliv, byť omezené formě. Toto potlačení jen demonstrovalo obrovský tlak Sovětů, kteří se nesmířili s žádným kompromisem a požadovali absolutní korektnost ke svým požadavkům.
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