LAHORE: To establish new friendly business ties, the Egyptian government delegation visited the project site of CBD Punjab. Lahore Central Business District Development Authority (LCBDDA) CEO Imran Amin, Chief Operating Officer Brigadier Mansoor Janjua (Retired), LCBDDA Board Members and Chief Executives of the LCDBDA welcomed the delegates. The delegation wasRead More →

news, latest news, Industrial action planned by staff at the CopRice factory in Cobden has been postponed. United Workers Union spokesman Tom Czech said staff met with company representatives last week. “Negotiations are progressing and as a result members voted to delay industrial action,” Czech said. “It’s a positive stepRead More →

Plans have been submitted for a brand new community-owned solar farm in Plymouth, which could power almost 4,000 homes a year. After launching the scheme this summer and undertaking extensive community consultation, Plymouth City Council and local charity Plymouth Energy Community (PEC) have submitted a joint planning application to developRead More →

The site of a former coal-fired power plant in Somerset will be transformed into Massachusetts’ first offshore wind turbine manufacturing plant, the governor announced Thursday. Governor Charlie Baker and Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito visited the old Brayton Point Power Station to celebrate the plans. The state’s last coal-fired power plant,Read More →

Last month’s strike by 8,000 workers at the King Soopers grocery store in Colorado is an important strategic experiment for the working class. Once again, a powerful strike movement has been isolated and betrayed by pro-business unions, demonstrating the need for new organisations. Workers at King Soopers, which is ownedRead More →

Both Ford and General Motors announced double-digit $1 billion profits for 2021 in their annual earnings reports released last week. Even as the pandemic continued to rage, sickening and killing countless workers and accelerating with the emergence of the Omicron variant, automakers raised massive sums for their big investors. FordRead More →

25 years ago: Constitutional coup deposes Ecuador’s president On February 6, 1997, Ecuadorian President Abdala Bucaram was ousted by a congressional vote accusing him of “mental incapacity”. During the week, three different people claimed to be rightfully in charge of the South American country. Rosalea Arteaga, who succeeded Abdala BucaramRead More →

newsletters, editors’ selection list, Training to Save Lives Vigilance and Service, the honored tradition of surfer rescue, spoke well on Saturday afternoon at Flynns Beach, as many young men prepared for their homework before earning the medallions of bronze, which signify their ability to act if necessary to save livesRead More →

Co-living company Collective – which went bankrupt last summer due to the pandemic – sold its 330,000 buildable square foot development site to 555 Broadway in Williamsburg, Brooklyn for $54 million, saving a lender from foreclosing the property’s mortgage. While the cohousing society managed to repay some of its debt,Read More →

A request to build nine new homes on a ‘dreadful’ site in Brockenhurst has been approved by the national park authority despite concerns over a lack of affordable housing. Permission was granted in 2018 to transform the derelict Redmayne engineering land at Station Approach with a mix of commercial buildingsRead More →

Reza Merchant and 555 Broadway (Google Maps, LinkedIn) Bankrupt cohousing company The Collective sold its Williamsburg development site for $54 million, helping it avoid foreclosure and even withdraw a small amount of cash. A joint venture of Loketch Group, Joyland Group and Meral Property Group purchased the site at 555Read More →

Through PTI PARADIP: The site of JSW Steel’s proposed factory in Jagatsinghpur district of Odisha turned into a battleground on Friday as villagers clashed with police over the demolition of betel vines. Villagers said at least 40 protesters, including children and the elderly, were injured as police charged them withRead More →

CADILLAC – At the end of February, the future of the vacant Cooley School could be revealed. On Monday, the Cadillac Area Public Schools School Board discussed and approved the RFP and developer qualifications for the Cooley School and its annex. The district worked with the civil engineering firm ofRead More →

Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi said face-to-face learning “will continue to be the expected norm” in England Secondary schools in England have been asked to provide capacity for Covid testing on site before students return to class this week. The government has said it wants students aged 11 to 16 toRead More →

Protesters supporting the sovereign indigenous tribes of the Kabi First Nation state made a picket in front of the main roads building just after the professional protesters were withdrawn from the Rocky Ridge site which they have dubbed Djaki Kundu. The site was subsequently developed as part of the CooroyRead More →

(Photo courtesy of World of Concrete / Informa Markets.) The Concrete World returns to Las Vegas from January 17-20, 2022 and will showcase the latest technologies for concrete applications, special events and its robust concrete education program. WOC 2022 hosts a variety of outdoor competitions to put your skills toRead More →