Вcе опасные горки в парке Павлова в Минске сегодня засыпят песком. Об этом рассказали в администрации Московского района Минска.
На днях мы рассказывали про опасную горку в парке Павлова, которая находится под мостом. Там большой угол наклона, спуск выходит на пешеходную зону, а вокруг много деревьев.
В администрации Московского района провели мониторинг местных горок, все опасные засыпят песком. Это будет не смесь с солью, а самый обыкновенный песок.
Как определяют опасную горку? Смотрят, могут ли на ней случиться столкновения — с камнем, деревом, фонарем. Спуск не должен вести к пешеходным связям, проезжей части, а угол уклона должен быть безопасным.
В районе есть два основных места, где дети катаются на горках: парк Павлова и спуск на пересечении улиц Громова и Слободская.
— Учитывая, что это парк Павлова является местом отдыха, в 2021 году (то есть, к следующему зимнему сезону. — Прим. ) будет обустроена новая горка для катания на тюбингах по подобию горки на улице Некрашевича.
В администрации рекомендуют пока кататься с горки на Некрашевича. Она обустроена по всем правилам, довольно длинная — порядка 50 метров.
— Люди просят сделать уклон выше и резче. Рядом нет деревьев, мы все разровняли, горка с ограничениями. Там катаются дети на тюбингах, некоторые люди — на лыжах.
Экспорт газа по трубопроводу «Северный поток» в 2020 году стал рекордным с начала эксплуатации. Об этом сообщает РИА «Новости» со ссылкой на оператора Nord Stream AG.
В прошлом году по газопроводу европейским потребителям было поставлено 59,2 млрд кубометров голубого топлива.
«Загрузка газопровода в 2020 году была выше показателя предыдущих лет, таким образом годовой объем транспортировки газа достиг исторически самого высокого уровня с начала эксплуатации», — рассказали в компании.
Ранее СМИ сообщили, что «Газпром», несмотря на рост цен на газ в Европе, не стал увеличивать поставки в регион. С помощью такой стратегии «Газпром» хочет заставить европейских покупателей по максимуму выбирать топливо из подземных хранилищ (ПХГ) и покупать газ дороже.
Weekend Today presenter Lauren Phillips celebrated her 34th birthday with a star-studded party in New South Wales' Byron Bay on Saturday.
The Channel Nine star was 'totally spoilt' by her famous friends in attendance, including Chris Hemsworth and wife Elsa Pataky.
The TV star shared a gallery of photos to Instagram on Sunday, which showed her celebrating with a laid-back banquet and water activities.
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'Totally spoilt by these legends yesterday,' Lauren captioned a large group photo of more than 25 people on Sunday.
Lauren's new beau, multimillionaire private jet tycoon Paul O'Brien, was likely in attendance too as they spotted stepping out for a morning walk in Byron Bay earlier this month.
Paul runs high-end aviation business AVMIN, which boasts celebrity clients including Matt Damon and Chris Hemsworth.
'A Greek feast, watermelon margaritas, a Bubble O’Bill cake and an afternoon full of love. Happy days turning 34,' Lauren said of her special day.
Looking completely in awe of her cake on the day, she gushed: 'And yes, A Bubble O’Bill cake. The cake of my dreams finally happened.'
During the low-key party, attendees enjoyed lunch, drank cocktails, tried their hand at fishing and went out on the water in kayaks and on stand-up paddle boards.
Lauren later shared a series of photos and selfies with her A-list pals, including Liam Hemsworth's model girlfriend Gabriella Brooks, 22.
Luke Hemsworth's wife Samantha, Chris Hemsworth and wife Elsa Pataky were also in attendance, as well as Chris' personal trainer and best friend, Luke Zocchi.
Among other close friends of Lauren were entertainment publicist Lucy Nettlefold, and co-owner and designer of Byron Bay's Halcyon Daze Elke Ricks - who is Lauren's mutual friend with Elsa.
Elsa appeared to let Lauren into her inner circle in November when they got tattoos together in Byron Bay.
The Fast and Furious star was tagged in a post by Weekend Today's Lauren Phillips, which showed her, Elsa and other friends showing off the new inkings on their wrists and ankles - including a shell and a paper plane.
The Channel Nine weather presenter shared the original post from their mutual friend, Byron Bay-based Elke Ricks.
While the friendship between Lauren and Elsa may have come as a surprise to many, it was not the first time the TV presenter had spent time with a member of the Hemsworth clan.
In September, Thor star Chris made a surprise appearance on Weekend Today and read the weather for Lauren - surprising hosts Richard Wilkins and Rebecca Maddern.
The moment Dancing On Ice's Denise Van Outen dislocated her shoulder during rehearsal was captured on camera in harrowing footage.
And the actress, 46, took quite the tumble in the painful-looking moment, as she's seen falling on her side on the hard rink.
Skating alongside pro partner Matt Evers, Denise is seen losing her footing and falling forward.
Matt goes to grab her, but she slips from his grasp and tumbles onto the ice.
In another shot, a few moments later, she is seen being tended to by a medic, rink-side.
Denise thanked her fans for their support after she was rushed to hospital on Thursday following the shock fall.
She took to Instagram on Sunday morning to share candid images from a medical centre after partially dislocate her shoulder, and sources say she will still make her debut on the show later in the day.
Media personality Denise also expressed her gratitude towards ITV and her professional partner Matt for 'taking care of me when I feel like crying'.
The TV star wrote: 'Thank you for all your lovely messages this morning. Told you I'm clumsy on the ice!.
'Also thank you to @themattevers for being a true friend and taking care of me and making me laugh when I feel like crying ❤️ . @dancingonice @itv #dancingonice.' (sic)
According to The Sun, Denise will perform despite her injury, with an insider claiming: 'Denise had a huge scare, but she's determined not to let a dislocated shoulder stop her from performing on the launch show.
'She's had huge support from her skating partner Matt Evers. He's going to be on hand to make sure tonight goes to plan, despite the difficult circumstances.'
In one photo, the mother-of-one appears to be inhaling air through a device, while another picture saw her flashing a thumbs down sign as she held an ice pack up to her forehead.
American pair skater Matt, 44, also posted his well wishes for his pal on social media, branding her 'the most improved star' he's worked with in the competition's history.
The sportsman, who has served as a dancer on the series since its inception in 2006, said: 'You've come a long way baby!
'Tonight @vanouten_denise is the night! Out of my 13 @dancingonice celebs over the years you get the most improved star. Proof that through hard work and dedication you can make a change and even learn to skate.' (sic)
TOWIE narrator Denise initially revealed the news to The Sun, stating: 'I've taken a few tumbles since we started training but with this one I knew immediately it wasn't good.'
The procedure revealed she had partially dislocated her left shoulder and damaged her tendons, while she was also badly bruised.
According to the publication, Denise was advised to rest in order to recover and help improve her chances of making her debut.
Denise claimed she couldn't move her shoulder much following the injury and felt it was 'touch and go' whether she could skate before Sunday, though she said she is having ongoing physio.
She added that she and Matt have changed their routine so that she doesn't put too much strain on her shoulder, if she will be able to skate.
Rather than rush her recovery, Denise explained that she and Matt are taking things 'hour by hour' and will make a decision before the show airs.
Following the news, Denise shared a post from Lady Leshurr who wished her a speedy recovery as she shared a picture of them posing in a socially distanced snap.
MailOnline has contacted Denise's representatives for comment, when approached Dancing On Ice spokespeople declined to comment.
Despite being a West End star, with professional dance training and prior experience competing in a live TV show following her appearance on Strictly Come Dancing, Denise admitted on Thursday that she's still 'petrified' of doing Dancing On Ice.
She explained: 'You would not believe it – I would fall over from standing talking but you do get used to it. I am less bruised now, which is good. I am less likely to fall than I was three months ago.
'I have always been petrified of being on the ice and having an injury and falling. I have fallen over in most of my sessions.
'I was so nervous when I was first on the ice that my whole body would tense and then I would keep falling over.
'I am trying to stay relaxed and not think about injuries so much because you can never predict what you're going to happen when you're on ice.
'I hope I can get through the competition and not be taken over by injury. It is scary.'
Stars attempting to impress with their new-found skating abilities include Rebekah Vardy, Myleene Klass, Billie Faiers, Sonny Jay and Jason Donovan.
ITV reassured fans on earlier this month that the show will be back as planned despite the UK being plunged into a third lockdown, however a few new precautions will be in place including perspex dividers between the judges and no audience.
The news came amid claims the celebs and their professional skating partners were concerned about coronavirus hitting the show and it being cancelled.
The judging panel will be sat far apart, keeping in line with social distancing measures, and perspex panels will be placed between them.
For the first time in its history the studio at Bovingdon Airfield in Hertfordshire will have no audience, a move mirroring that of Strictly Come Dancing.
The skating celebrities will also watch each other perform from socially-distanced tables to keep everyone safe from COVID-19.
Confirming the return of the hit series, ITV tweeted: 'Confirmed: Dancing on Ice returns Sunday 17 January at 6pm on ITV.
'Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby once again return to present the show and the expert Ice Panel of Torvill and Dean, John Barrowman and Ashley Banjo.'
Dancing On Ice, starts on Sunday 17th January at 6pm on ITV