On Tuesday, HBO premiered the teaser trailer for their upcoming David Bowie documentary, David Bowie: The Last Five Years, which focuses on the particularly fertile years of creativity leading up to his death on January 10th, 2016 following a largely secret 18-month battle with liver cancer. The film will premiere on HBO and its various mobile platforms on January 8th, the day on which the iconoclastic artist would have turned 71 years old.However, while Bowie was battling cancer, and in the years right before his diagnosis, he had ramped up his creative production considerably. In his last five years on Earth, Bowie released two albums, The Next Day and Blackstar (released just days before his death, featuring eerily prophetic themes about death and the after-life) as well as oversaw the creation his stage musical, Lazarus. HBO acquired the U.S. rights to the documentary from the BBC.In the newly released teaser trailer, you can hear Bowie speak about the concept of creativity and his approach to exploring it. As he explains, “Always go a little further into the water than you feel you’re capable of being in and when you don’t feel that your feet are quite touching the bottom, you’re just about in the right place to do something exciting.”You can watch the new trailer for David Bowie: The Last Five Years, below, courtesy of Billboard:David Bowie: The Last Five Years, directed and produced by Francis Whately, follows Whately’s 2013 documentary, David Bowie: Five Years which covered Bowie’s career from 1970 to 1975 in addition to taking its title from the opening song on Bowie’s 1972 classic, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars.For further information about the soon-to-be-released new David Bowie documentary on HBO, or to set a reminder about its release date, head to the network’s website.[h/t – Billboard]
Image source: MGNOver the past few months, the MGN CIVIL Pty Ltd team – supported by Caldme – has been repairing and upgrading a number of breakwaters and revetments in both Hay Point and Mackay Harbor in the wake of TC Debbie for North Queensland Bulk Ports. “Currently we are working on the Middle Breakwater, Western Revetments and the Northern Breakwater,” the company said in their latest announcement.“Once complete in August, we will have placed over 50,000 T of rock ranging from 1.0 T to over 20.0 T in size with all rock sourced from the Gromac Blue Mountain and Hatfield Quarries.”The team has had to adopt several rock placement techniques to complete the various projects.Image source: MGN
Settled towards the rear by Kevin Manning, the top weight made stealthy headway before striking the front at the furlong pole. Jim Bolger’s 5/1 chance came clear, and though Magnolia Beach sneaked up the inner to mount a serious challenge in the closing stages, Chance To Dance was too strong, scoring by half a length. Chance To Dance produced an excellent weight-carrying performance to land the valuable Irish Stallion Farms EBF ‘Nasrullah’ Handicap at Leopardstown. Bolger said: “There’s a little race at Naas on Wednesday for him (Michael Higgins And Co. Race), then I’ll apologise to him and give him a break. “He will be okay as he has been turned out quickly before and we can’t pass up an opportunity. “We will school him for the Champion Hurdle after that! I think he could be the real deal over jumps. “He goes on any ground and six furlongs to a mile and a half is all the same to him. All my horses jump and he’ll be no different.” Press Association
BC Hydro burns debris that cannot be removed, mulched or chipped. BC Hydro states burning is carefully planned and monitored. This includes the timing, size and location of the woodpiles, and the amount of smoke emitted. South bank of the Peace River roughly 3.5 km SE of Bear FlatPeace Canyon Road, south side of the Peace River, approximately 6 km SW of Hudson’s HopeTrapper Main FSR, approximately 8 km SE of Hudson’s HopeMedicine Woman Road, approximately 16 km NNW of Moberly Lake and 33km NNW of ChetwyndBoucher Lake Road, approximately 16 km N of Moberly Lake and 34 km N of Chetwynd410 Road, approximately 18 km SW of Fort St. JohnIcebridge Road, approximately 12 km S of Fort St. John BC Hydro will be conducting controlled burning of debris as part of the Site C project from Saturday, November 16th, 2019 to Tuesday, November 19th, 2019 in the following location: FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – BC Hydro will be conducting controlled burning of debris as part of the Site C project. – Advertisement -To view regulatory requirements and the Site C Smoke Management Plan, CLICK HERE. BC Hydro shares burning can only occur in the fall and winter months during a specific weather condition, known as a venting window. A venting window means that there is enough positive atmospheric pressure and airflow to disperse the smoke.