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From the deepest depths of the oceans to outer space for Marbella tourism summit

Carlos Díaz de la Lastra, CEO of Les Roches speaking on the first day of the 2021 event / JOSELE The American (NASA), European (ESA) and Japanese (JAXA) space agencies will attend the international SUTUS summit taking place on the Costa del Sol at the end of September Marbella will once again become the epicentre …

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Despite electing heavyweights, educational hub Kota years for growth

KOTA: The coaching city of Kota, despite earning thousands of crores, seems to be fearing its own demise due to the neglect by heavyweight politicians who allegedly have left no scope for the welfare and growth of the city dwellers for their own vested interests. The people who voted for these leaders have now started …

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Ontario Place redevelopment faces new hurdles after private partner exits

Ontario Place opened on Toronto’s waterfront in 1971 and closed in 2012 amid declining attendance numbers. Although some of the land remained a popular park, parts of it fell into disuse.Michelle Siu/The Globe and Mail/The Globe and Mail One of the three companies chosen to redevelop Ontario Place has pulled out of the project, raising …

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Residents asked to ‘get on board’ at this evening’s marina celebration | Daily Democrat

Residents are asked to “get on board” this evening for a public celebration and fundraiser for the Fort Madison marina project. The event 5-8 pm today will be held near the marina launch site and will include free Busch Light, along with other beers and wine sold by River Rocks. Food will be available for …

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Te Anau residents oppose Scott Farming 2012 Ltd’s bid to build four wintering barns

A dairying development planned for the edge of a national park could damage one of the last strongholds of “100% Pure New Zealand”, neighbors who oppose the project say. Te Anau tourism operator Martin Sliva said about 30 Te Anau residents and supporters had met to oppose Scott Farming 2012 Ltd’s bid to build a …

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Drilling on new geothermal project to start in Taitung, Taiwan

Coastal stretch, Taitung County, Taiwan (source: flickr/ Ken Marshall, creative commons) Taiwan Cement group is to kick of drilling for a 1 MW geothermal power project at Hongye in Taitung, Taiwan in September 2022. The Taiwan Cement Enterprise Group, which has been transformed into TCC Green Energy Group, has cooperated with CNPC to develop geothermal …

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North Country projects earn millions in funding | news

Projects around the North Country will receive hundreds of thousands of dollars in funding through the Northern Border Regional Commission. News of the funds came Wednesday when it was announced that twelve projects across the North Country and Upstate New York will share in $5.8 million of federal funding through the commission. In a press …

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McCracken County fiscal court approves first reading of sports complex agreement | news

MCCRACKEN COUNTY, KY — McCracken County leaders are starting the process to build the proposed outdoor sports complex. The group unanimously approved the first reading of an ordinance to enter into an interlocal agreement (ILA) with the city of Paducah to partner on the project. The county is pushing to get the agreement fully signed …

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War in Ukraine thrusts eastern rail extension into doubt in Finland

THE RUSSIAN INVASION of Ukraine has cast dark clouds also on a multibillion-euro railway project called Itärata in Finland, reports YLE. The Finnish government decided last year to set up a special-purpose company to oversee the project under the Ministry of Transport and Communications, following more than a decade of planning the high-speed rail connection …

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