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Glan Llyn

Glan Llyn is the name of a mixed-use community development, in the east of Newport, south Wales on the heavy end of the former Llanwern steelworks, at the edge of the Caldicot Moors. The moors have a wealth of buried archaeology of international importance, including prehistoric and Roman landscapes which have been protected and preserved over the years by alluvial deposits; the steel production section of Llanwern steel works closed in 2001, leading to the loss of 1,300 jobs. A finishing plant still remains in operation today. After the closure of steel production, Corus Group started the process of finding a redevelopment partner, choosing St. Modwen Properties, who in 2004 bought a 600-acre package of land; the redevelopment process started with the clearing of the former steel works buildings, making the site environmentally safe. This allowed the site to act as a Park & Ride facility for the 2010 Ryder Cup event at the Celtic Manor Resort. Up to 400,000 tonnes of concrete from the former steel works will be used in the redevelopment of the site.

St Modwen have set out a £1Bn mixed-use redevelopment plan for the site, which it is envisaged will take 20 years to complete, in circa 2026–28. The new community plan includes the construction of 4,000 homes, with a supporting infrastructure that includes schools, a police station, pub/restaurant, community centre as well as a number of open spaces that will include two new lakes and a water theme park, new access roads, a GPs' surgery plus health and leisure facilities; the first phase was approved in April 2010 by Newport City Council, which will create 1,330 homes, the district centre, a primary school and the west lake. After gaining specific planning permission in April 2011, Persimmon plc started work on the construction of the first 307 homes in September 2011; the Persimmon/Charles Church developments were completed in 2016. St Modwen is building houses around the Pools and Lakeside Parks areas of the development, Bellway Homes commenced work on building further houses adjacent to the St Modwen site at Monk's Meadow in autumn 2016.

There are plans for a small railway halt at the far end of the development. Due to its proximity to the M4 and the Second Severn Crossing, low property prices it has proved to be popular with commuters working in Bristol, its popularity has risen in recent years following the abolition of the tolls on both motorway bridges at the end of 2018. Glan Llyn is home to the mechanical clock known as "In the Nick of Time" created by sculptor Andy Plant; the clock was commissioned and paid for by Newport Council at a cost of £100,000, as part of Ebbw Vale Garden Festival. On the hour, the structure would open to reveal the hidden characters inside. After the festival event the clock was relocated to John Frost Square, where it remained until the redevelopment of the area into Friars Walk. After seven years in storage it was relocated to the "Mynedfa" roundabout at Glan Llyn; the clock is a popular landmark in the area. The development has two main parks - Pools Park and Lakeside Park, both of which include man made lakes, are home to an extensive range of wildfowl.

Pools Park was original home to the Spencer Steel Works Angling Club, was located just inside the main entrance to the steel works. The parks are popular with local residents, as well as visitors to the nearby Newport Retail Park. Central Park, a smaller park for younger children, is located in the centre of the development at Sgwâr Brinell; the development is close to a number of popular tourist attractions, including the RSPB reserve at the Newport Wetlands and the world-famous Newport Transporter Bridge. Glan Llyn is part of the Llanwern electoral ward, which itself is part of the Newport East UK parliamentary constituency. Glan Llyn is situated within the catchment area for Lliswerry High School. A new English medium primary school is under development at the western end of the site, it is anticipated that this will be opened and established by the mid 2020s. Llanwern Llanwern A. F. C. Glan Llyn development website Celtic Business Park www.geograph.co.uk: photos of Llanwern and surrounding area BBC Wales video report on master plan approval, April 2010

Batara Guru

Batara Guru is the name of a supreme god in Indonesian Hinduism. His name is derived from Sanskrit Bhattaraka which means “noble lord", he has been conceptualized in Southeast Asia as a kind spiritual teacher, the first of all Gurus in Indonesian Hindu texts, mirroring the guru Dakshinamurti aspect of Hindu god Shiva in the Indian subcontinent. However, Bhattara Guru has more aspects than the Indian Shiva, as the Indonesian Hindus blended their spirits and heroes with him. Bhattara Guru's wife in Southeast Asia is the same Hindu deity Durga, he is considered as a form of Rudra-Shiva, a creator god in mythologies found in Javanese and Balinese Hindu texts, in a manner similar to Brahma-related mythologies in India. He is supreme in Hinduism in Indonesia, much. Batara Guru in the mythologies of the island of Sumatra, states David Leeming, is a primal being, creator of earth and first ancestor of human beings, he is conceptualized quite similar to the creator deity found in Central Asia and Native North America.

According to Martin Ramstedt, Batara Guru in other parts of Indonesia is sometimes identified with Shiva, elsewhere as transcending "Brahma, VIshnu and Buddha". Batara Guru, or Bhattara Guru, is derived from Sanskrit Bhattaraka which means “noble lord", it refers in Indonesian Hinduism. According to Rachel Storm, the Indian god Shiva was known as Batara Guru outside of islands now part of Indonesia, Batara Guru was the name for Shiva in rest of Southeast Asia. According to John Crawfurd, the word Batara is derived from avatara, both in "sense and orthography" and is a prefix to connote any deity. Batara Guru in Luwu, Indonesia has been conceptualized as formless, potent and unlocatable, states Shelly Errington. Batara Guru does not answer to anyone else because he is everything, without boundary, without center, without edge, without emptiness. Batara Guru, states Errington, is considered one without form, everything, everywhere all the time. Batara Guru is one of the Debata na Tolu, he and his brothers - Debata Sori Pada and Debata Mangala Bulan - were born from three eggs hatched by a divine giant hen, Manuk Patia Raja, an avatar of Debata Asi Asi.

He married a goddess has two sons and two daughters. Siboru Deak Parujar married Siraja Odap Odap and bore children who became the ancestors of the human beings that inhabit Banua Tonga. According to Sureq Galigo, Batara Guru was a god, the son of Sang Patotoqe and Datu Palingeq, sent to earth to cultivate it as human being, his divine name was La Togeq Langiq. He had at least ten children from his five concubines, but only one son from his beloved consort, We Nyiliq Timoq, he is the father of Batara Lattuq and grand father of Sawerigading, the main characters in the Bugis myth Sureq Galigo. He is the father of Sangiang Serri, the goddess of rice and fertility in Bugis mythology; the children of Batara Guru are: We Oddang Nriuq by We Saung Nriuq, his concubine La Pangoriseng by We Leleq Ellung, his concubine La Temmalureng by We Saung Nriuq La Temmalolo by We Saung Nriuq La Lumpongeng by Apung Talaga, his concubine La Pattaungeng by Tenritalunruq, his concubine We Temmaraja by Apung Ritoja, his concubine La Tenriepeng by We Saung Nriuq La Temmaukkeq by We Leleq Ellung La Sappe Ilek by Apung Talaga La Tenrioddang by Tenritalunruq Batara Lattuq by We Nyiliq Timoq, his beloved consort According to Javanese mythology, Batara Guru is a dewa that rules kahyangan, the realm of the gods.

He is an avatar of Shiva that gives revelations and abilities. Batara Guru begat some children. In wayang kulit, Batara Guru is the only character whose feet face forward, with four hands, pointed canine teeth, a blue neck and paralyzed legs, he always rides his vahana, Nandini the cow, is known by several names including Sang Hyang Manikmaya, Sang Hyang Caturbuja, Sang Hyang Otipati, Sang Hyang Jagadnata, Trinetra, Girinata. Batara Guru has Sang Hyang Antaga and Sang Hyang Ismaya, their parents are Sang Dewi Rekatawati. One day, Dewi Rekatawati laid a shining egg. Sang Hyang Tunggal transformed the egg using his powers, its shell turned into the firstborn. The egg white turned into Sang Hyang Ismaya, its yolk turned into Sang Hyang Manikmaya. Sang Hyang Tunggal appointed the two elder gods to descend to earth and look after the descendants of the gods. Sang Hyang Antaga looks after the giant race, Sang Hyang Ismaya looks after humans Pandava, while Batara Guru led the gods in kahyangan. Batara Guru offspring in Javanese mythologies include Batara Sambu, Batara Brahma, Batara Indra, Batara Bayu, Batara Wisnu and Batara Kala.

Shiva Indonesian mythology Bathala Leeming, David. A Dictionary of Asian Mythology. Oxford University Press. P. 79. ISBN 0195120531. Leeming, David; the Oxford Companion to World Mythology. Oxford University Press. Pp. 47, 201, 279. ISBN 0195156692. Skeat, Walter William. Malay magic: being an introduction to the folklore and popular religion of the Malay Peninsula. Macmillan and Co. p. 86. Http://batakone.wordpress.com/perjalanan-spiritual-ke-tanah-batak/cerita-dulu/

Fran├žois-Xavier Malhiot

François-Xavier Malhiot was a merchant and political figure in Lower Canada. Malhiot was born François-Xavier-Amable Malhiot at Verchères, Quebec in 1781, the son of François Malhiot. Malhiot joined the Royal Canadian Volunteer Regiment as an officer and became a lieutenant-colonel in the militia, serving during the War of 1812. In 1804, with one of his brothers, he took over the family business. In 1805, he married Julie Laperière and inherited land in the seigneury of Contrecoeur after the death of his father-in-law in 1807. In 1814, he purchased land in the seigneury of Saint-Ours. Malhiot was elected to represent Richelieu in the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada in an 1815 by-election held after an earlier election was declared invalid. In 1828, he was elected for Surrey in a by-election held after Louis-Joseph Papineau, elected in two different ridings, chose to sit for Montreal West. In 1828, Malhiot was dismissed from his position in the militia by Lord Dalhousie after he supported resolutions critical of the governor's behaviour.

He was elected to represent Verchères in 1830 but resigned his seat in 1832 after he was named to the Legislative Council. Malhiot did not support those who took up arms against the authorities during the Lower Canada Rebellion, he sold his seigneury in 1846 and retired to Boucherville, where he died in 1854. His son Charles-Christophe became a member of the Canadian Senate. "Biography". Dictionnaire des parlementaires du Québec de 1792 à nos jours. National Assembly of Quebec. "François-Xavier Malhiot". Dictionary of Canadian Biography. University of Toronto Press. 1979–2016