first_imgMonday 18 February 2019 12:34 am Almost 90 per cent of UK companies have divestment plans in next two years Read more: UK tipped to remain attractive location for M&A in 2019A survey of 900 executives by audit firm EY found streamlining operations and reinvesting capital were the main motivators to sell.Over the next year, 77 per cent of UK executives expect to see more large-scale transformational deals, up from 50 per cent in 2018.Charles Honnywill, transactions partner at EY, said: “Divestments remain high on the UK corporate agenda. An uncertain or fluid market outlook can hinder deal activity, but can also make a disposal an imperative as companies adjust their portfolios to new realities.”Over three-quarters of UK companies said Brexit may influence their plans to divest within the next year. Share Almost 90 per cent of UK companies plan to divest some shares in the next two years, with 72 per cent intending to make a disposal in the next year.Although the disposal intentions of UK companies remain high, above the global figure of 84 per cent and up from a UK figure of 46 per cent in 2015, they have weakened since last year when 97 per cent of firms planned to make divestments. James Booth center_img whatsapp whatsapp More than 60 per cent of UK respondents said macroeconomic and geopolitical factors would influence their divestment decisions, compared to 52 per cent globally.Read more: UK M&A value soars in 2018 as number of mega-deals increasesHonnywill said: “Despite the geopolitical uncertainty, there is still the underlying need to streamline operating models, which remains the most compelling reason for UK companies to divest.“A weaker pound has also made UK assets more affordable – especially for US buyers, bolstered by the stronger dollar and US tax reform – but there is still the big question of what comes post Brexit. Disposal deals directly triggered by Brexit are yet to come.” More From Our Partners Matt Gaetz swindled by ‘malicious actors’ in $155K boat sale boondogglenypost.comBrave 7-Year-old Boy Swims an Hour to Rescue His Dad and Little Sistergoodnewsnetwork.org980-foot skyscraper sways in China, prompting panic and evacuationsnypost.comAstounding Fossil Discovery in California After Man Looks Closelygoodnewsnetwork.orgFlorida woman allegedly crashes children’s birthday party, rapes teennypost.comA ProPublica investigation has caused outrage in the U.S. this weekvaluewalk.comNative American Tribe Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Agogoodnewsnetwork.orgRussell Wilson, AOC among many voicing support for Naomi Osakacbsnews.comPolice Capture Elusive Tiger Poacher After 20 Years of Pursuing the Tags: Brexitlast_img read more

first_imgCommunity | Government | Juneau | Local GovernmentCity begins taking public comment on fireworks ordinance tonightOctober 19, 2016 by Lakeidra Chavis, KTOO Share:Tonight Juneau residents will be able to voice their opinions regarding a proposed ordinance to restrict the use of fireworks.The City and Borough of Juneau is hosting two public meetings within the next week.The ordinance would restrict the use and purchase of fireworks to certain times of the year, like New Year’s and the Fourth of July.The current draft would limit the use of fireworks to Dec. 31 to Jan. 2, and July 3 to July 5, between 10 a.m. and 1 a.m.Penalties could be as a high as a $300 fine.City Clerk Lauri Sica said the city has received emails for almost a year about the issue.Juneau residents will be able to voice their opinions on the most recent draft tonight at the Assembly Chambers starting at 6 p.m.There will be another public meeting regarding the issue 6 p.m. next Monday, Oct. 24, at the Mendenhall Valley Library.Share this story:last_img read more

first_imgGardentalk | OutdoorsGardentalk – Planting and seed startingApril 11, 2019 by Matt Miller, KTOO Share:Cucumber and pumpkin starts as seen under an LED grow light. (Photo by Matt Miller/KTOO)If you haven’t done so already, now would be the perfect time to start planting some of your garden vegetables. Hardy vegetable bulbs or seeds could go straight into the cool ground now, while other veggie plants need to be started indoors before they are strong enough for transplanting outside.Master Gardener Ed Buyarski had some planting advice and answered some questions sent in by listeners during the latest edition of “Gardentalk,” which airs on KTOO’s “Morning Edition” every Thursday.This week, Ric from Auke Bay writes:“My garlic is already 4 inches high. When can I plant onion bulbs in my garden? How far apart for green onions? … Do shallots do well in Juneau? Where is the best source for a small bulb to plant?” Listen to the April 11 “Gardentalk” segment on starting seeds and hardening off your starts before you plant them outside in the soil.Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Buyarski said shallot and onion bulb sets can go into the ground now, and the cool, moist soil will stimulate root growth. Green onions can be planted thick — about half an inch to 1 inch apart — and then be thinned during the season until they are 3-4 inches apart. Onion plants should go in later when the ground warms up more.Along with leeks, Buyarski recommends protecting shallots and onions from the onion root maggot by covering with Reemay horticulture fabric.“They will burrow into the roots or bulbs of these things, and you end up with rotten little plants, which is what you don’t want,” Buyarski said.He suggests leaving them covered with the fabric, either as long as possible into the summer or until the plants start lifting up the fabric.Indoors, Buyarski said he just started tomato seeds, and soon he’ll start cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli. He’ll wait until the soil gets warmer before starting cucumber and zucchini seeds, since transplanting them usually occurs only 3-4 weeks after germination.He recommends reading the back of seed packets to check seed timing and plan ahead for replanting outside in the garden. Do you have a garden question for Ed? Fill out the form below, and he’ll answer your question in an upcoming segment.Listen to past episodes and subscribe to the podcast on the “Gardentalk” page, so you’ll never have to worry about missing Thursday’s live radio broadcasts.Share this story:last_img read more

first_imgAdvertisementDC Young Fly knocks out heckler (video) – Rolling OutRead more6 comments’Mortal Kombat’ Exceeded Expectations Says WarnerMedia ExecutiveRead more2 commentsDo You Remember Bob’s Big Boy?Read more1 commentsKISS Front Man Paul Stanley Reveals This Is The End Of KISS As A Touring Band, For RealRead more1 comments RELATEDTOPICS AdvertisementRecommended ArticlesBrie Larson Reportedly Replacing Robert Downey Jr. As The Face Of The MCURead more81 commentsGal Gadot Reportedly Being Recast As Wonder Woman For The FlashRead more29 comments Advertisement“So we have lots of operations right now. If everything comes together we’ll go from two to three thousand vaccines a week to over ten thousand,” Dr. Joe Pepe said. “The other is that with the lower case numbers, the big concern is that people are not going to want to get vaccinated because they don’t feel there’s an urgent need to do so.”Dr. Pepe said no matter which supplier, if you have a chance to get the shot you should. Infection wise, the positivity rate in Charlotte County has remained below ten percent. FOOTAGE: Casual candle thieves nab $1,200 in merchandise June 14, 2021 Advertisement One arrested, two on the run in blundered Charlotte County burglary June 16, 2021 Security camera captures moment 2 Charlotte County burglars realized they were on tape June 16, 2021 Mobile pediatric clinic provides COVID vaccines for children 12+ June 15, 2021 FORT MYERS, Fla.– Vaccine doses are increasing and infection rates are falling for COVID-19 in Charlotte County. The county is preparing to open up two additional vaccine sites tomorrow.Officials report more than 40% of the 65 and older population in Charlotte County has at least one shot. With two vaccine sites opening tomorrow, experts said operations are changing.The county received nearly three times the number of COVID-19 vaccines this week, 7,000 total, not including the Johnson and Johnson rollout or pop up sites.  “I think a lot of it has to do with the way we’re spread out a little bit more here between the condo communities. We’re not such a big city. No one right on top of each other living,” Gary Huber said. Even though new cases are dropping, Pepe said the end isn’t in sight quite yet.“When we start to see our COVID numbers drop below normal levels for what we would see for flu and some other type of viruses then we start to recognize we’re entering into a completely different phase of this outbreak,” Pepe said. Over the last 14 days, Charlotte County went from 47 new cases in a day to just 14. AdvertisementTags: Charlotte Countycovid-19 vaccine Advertisementlast_img read more

first_img Ten Laois based players named on Leinster rugby U-18 girls squad Community By Sean Hennessy – 15th July 2018 Facebook Home News Farming Property Watch: Five pieces of agricultural land currently for sale in Laois NewsFarmingProperty WhatsApp WhatsApp Rugby Property Watch: Five pieces of agricultural land currently for sale in Laois A holding of circa 25 acres of land for sale in Boley, Abbeyleix, Co Laois. The property is located off the Abbeyleix to Ballacolla Road, approximately two miles from the picturesque town of Abbeyleix. The land is of good quality with road frontage. It is connected to the mains water supply with clearly laid out boundaries, and the land is well fenced. Attached to the lands is a crush and collecting pen, providing on site livestock handling facilities.Guide Price: €270,000Farnans, Newtown, Crettyard, Co. LaoisThe property comprises c.40 acres of agricultural land all in one block. The land is regular in shape, currently in grass with mature trees and hedgerows throughout. There is substantial road frontage with the lands. The land is located about three kilometers from the N78 between Athy and Castlercomer on a county road which links the surrounding towns and villages.idThe surrounding area is predominantly agricultural with development being restricted to single one off housing. The land would make an ideal out-farm or for the construction of a future residence subject to the necessary planning permission.Guide Price: €300,000Knocklead, Timahoe, Co. LaoisA very attractive c.32 acres holding of agricultural land with a derelict residence for sale in one lot. The lands have extensive road frontage on two sides. The land is currently in grass and divided into three fields. The house offers huge potential to redevelop or to build a new house which would be subject to acquiring planning permission. This property would be ideally suited for a small farming enterprise or to expand an existing holding. The property is located approximately five kilometers from the Timahoe village.Guide Price: €275,000SEE ALSO – Stradbally Steam Rally gearing up for its 54th year RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twittercenter_img TAGSAbbeyleixBallickmoylerBallyfinCrettyardFarms for saleproperty watchTimahoe Pinterest Previous articleLaois housing estate to be auctioned online this weekNext articleCare urged on roads as rain leads to dangerous driving conditions Sean HennessyA former Knockbeg student, and is currently a student in the University of Limerick trying to scrape a BA in History and Politics. A marquee player in the goals for Annanough, but well capable of doing a job in full-forward and has the knack to turn his hand to any sport (except running). Only starting out in his journalistic career but already the specialist farming and property reporter. Happiest when Liverpool and Laois are winning! Irey, Ballyfin, Co. LaoisThe circa 50 acre farm has been placed on the market in Irey, Ballyfin, Co Laois. The property is Located just under a mile off the Portlaoise to Ballyfin road, about three miles Portlaoise and one and a half miles Ballyfin. The lands are in one division, and is presently in grass and tillage, as the lands are predominantly arable/heavy, with good fertile soil which is well maintained. The farm yard contains two open hay/lean-to sheds combined with small slatted tanks, silage apron and dung stead along with a number of smaller sheds. Also attached to the property is a 3/4 bedroom dormer style bungalow, which is well maintained and ready for use.Guide Price: €400,000Ballickmoyler, Co. LaoisApproximately 46 acres of good quality agricultural land in Ballickmoyler, Co. Laois. Excellent investment opportunity for anyone looking for fine grazing land or other agricultural use. There are nine plots of land, separated by mature hedges. One of the plots is surrounded by neighbouring mature forest. There are some sheds on one of the sites, which can be used as storage. This land is located just between Balllickmoyler and Crettyard, both less than five minutes away with an easy access to N80.Guide Price: €500,000Boley, Abbeyleix, Co. Laois Pinterest Five Laois monuments to receive almost €200,000 in government funding Facebook Twitter Community Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’last_img read more

first_img News Le plongeur du Nord, devenu mascotte d’un village de pêcheurs News Hamhung man arrested for corruption while working at a state-run department store Ordinary Pyongyang residents have not received government rations since mid-April Facebook Twitter « A l’armée où nous étionssous-nourris, j’essayais d’être autonome en allant pêcher moi-même manourriture. J’ai pensé qu’en Corée du Sud il y aurait aussi besoin de plongeurs,et j’ai fuit le Nord en 2006 pour venir m’installer ici, dans le village deDaejin, commune de Goseong, dans la région de Gangwon, où il reste quelques plongeurs-pêcheurstraditionnels. » Park Myeong Ho, venu au Sud plein d’espoir,monte encore sur son bateau à l’aube. Il exerce son activité deplongeur-pêcheur pendant 7 heures. Il serpente les eaux cotières pour récolterles poulpes, concombres de mer, figues de mer, etc.Sa venue au Sud partait d’une idée différentedes autres.Selon Monsieur Park, leplongeur-pêcheur, aussi appelé « plongeur des abysses », est un homme quiporte une épaisse combinaison de cuir et un lourd casque de bronze (un total de50kg d’équipement sur les épaules) pour fouiller la mer. Le résultat d’un durtravail sans aucun jour de repos prouve l’ardeur de Monsieur Park : premièrementil a acheté une maison seulement 3 ans après son installation au Sud, etdeuxièmement il est devenu patron d’un petit buisiness en employant troisautres plongeurs-pêcheurs.Monsieur Park dit : « Je ne suispas parfaitement stable mais j’ai quelques employés, une maison et un bateauqui m’appartiennent… Que demander de plus ? Ce qui me fait le plusplaisir est que les habitants du village me considèrent tous comme un membre duvillage, sans distinction ». Monsieur Park pense toujours que sadécision d’abandonner son appartement en location pour venir s’installer dansun village de pêcheur était la bonne. Pour les réfugiés, il est plus facile de s’installerdans les villages agricoles ou les villages de pêcheurs que dans une grandeville où la concurrence est rude.Monsieur Park nous livre son intention :« Il y a beaucoup de réfugiés qui viennent me trouver après avoir entendumon histoire. J’ai pu trouver un travail à certains d’entre eux. Si mon affairese stabilise, j’aimerai moi aussi pouvoir employer mes camarades réfugiés ».Il n’y a d’ailleurs pas que des réfugiés qui viennent réquisitionner son aide,mais aussi de simples voyageurs qui passent par Daejin car ils ont vu Park à latélévision. Il est ainsi devenu l’emblême du village de Daejin.Monsieur Park semble ne rien à attendre deplus car il a acquis une réputation dans son travail, mais il veut en fait seconcentrer sur un autre métier. En exerçant parallèlement en tant queprofesseur, il assume des responsabilités et veut contribuer à l’améliorationde la sécurité nationale. Monsieur Park dit : « Je pense que lafuite de Nord Coréens vers le Sud est devenue un problème essentiel pour leNord comme pour le Sud. Il est évident qu’il est de mon devoir de partager avecles gens d’ici mon savoir pour la sécurité nationale. Bien que je sois trèsoccupé, je n’oublie jamais de donner ces cours une fois par mois. J’ail’intention de continuer jusqu’à ce que la situation de la sécurité entre lesdeux Corées se soient améliorée».Il conclue en disant : « Je vaisredoubler de forces jusqu’à ce que notre savoir concernant la sécuriténationale soit plus élevé, et pour que davantage de réfugiés puissents’installer tranquillement dans des villages de pêcheurs ». RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORcenter_img News North Korea tries to accelerate building of walls and fences along border with China AvatarDaily NKQuestions or comments about this article? Contact us at [email protected] By Daily NK – 2015.04.07 4:51pm SHARE News last_img read more

first_imgwoman with a laptop 123rf Related news Share this article and your comments with peers on social media The number of deals also fell from 281 in H1 2018 to 240 in H1 2019 — a 15% decrease.“The really bright spot for the Canadian ecosystem is the seed-stage where deals increased significantly, now making up 49% of deal share,” Anand Sanwal, co-founder and CEO of CB Insights, said in a release. “In addition, less-active regions, such as Waterloo and Ottawa, saw a strong start to 2019.”Indeed, those two cities rounded out the top five cities for VC investment. Waterloo (ranked fourth) raised $131 million — up from $58 million in H1 2018. Ottawa (ranked fifth) raised $122 million — up from $26 million the same time last year.The top three cities for VC investment were Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal, which respectively raised $555 million, $355 million and $206 million.Certain sectors that had strong showings a year ago didn’t fare as well in the first half of 2019, the report found.In H1 2018, cannabis companies raised a total of $224 million over 51 deals. In H1 2019, they raised $42 million across 18 deals. Investment in AI companies also plummeted from $249 million in H1 2018 to $100 million in H1 2019.The largest deals of the half were Hamilton, Ont.-based Fusion Pharmaceuticals raising $105 million, Toronto-based Vena Solutions raising $87 million and Vancouver-based PDFTron Systems raising $71 million.Read the full report from PwC and CB Insights. Venture capital (VC) investment in Canadian companies was down in the first half of 2019 — although certain cities had a strong start to the year.A new report from PwC and CB Insights found that Canadian VC-backed companies raised $1.65 billion (all figures in U.S. dollars) during the first half of the year. That’s down 13% from the same time last year. Canadian venture capital investments totalled $4.4B in 2020 Tech sector drove strong global VC investment in 2020: KPMG B.C. dominates Canadian VC funding in Q1 IE Staff Keywords Venture capitalCompanies PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP Facebook LinkedIn Twitterlast_img read more

first_imgAdvertisements RelatedJBI Continues Research on Soil Productivity on Reclaimed Mined-Out Lands FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail The Jamaica Bauxite Institute (JBI) continues its research on soil productivity on reclaimed mined-out lands in the parishes of St. Elizabeth, Manchester, Clarendon, St. Ann and Trelawny.As set out in the JBI’s 2005/06 annual report, which was tabled in the House of Representatives earlier this week, the primary objective of its Soil Assessment and Productivity Project is to increase the yield of these lands, and consequently, the income of farmers. To this end, the JBI in 2005 established a nursery at its Hope Gardens premises in Kingston, as part of the effort to control the quality of seedlings, which are supplied to farmers in mining communities. “The JBI has a vested interest in seeing that all the crops being cultivated in the nursery are appropriate for the type of soil found in the reclaimed bauxite areas. Research has shown that the crops currently being produced – scotch bonnet pepper, West Indian pepper, nutmeg, and pimento – are ideal for farming on reclaimed mined-out bauxite land,” the document states. Meanwhile, there was an increase in the demand for analytical services of the JBI in 2005, particularly in the areas of processability and quantitative and qualitative mineralogical analysis. The Institute received samples for testing from countries, including Ghana, Guinea and Brazil, and has recently been approached by Suriname. To assist with the increased volume of testing, the report says, the JBI installed an automated alumina analysis machine, which allows for the testing of more samples in a shorter period of time than was possible annually.The Institute also continued work with a transnational company in the development of processing additives for the alumina processing industry, using its pilot plant facility. The JBI also continued to monitor bauxite alumina facilities, inclusive of mining, processing and shipping operations. The programme focused on air quality management, water quality management and waste management. This was achieved through site visits, regular environmental reviews, audits and independent sampling. The effect of hurricanes was also monitored. Personnel made regular visits to all bauxite and alumina facilities throughout the year to verify checks and to ascertain the level of progress made with regard to the implementation of measures for improving environmental quality. In addition, steps were taken to minimize dust emissions at the source and these included the use of dust suppression techniques in the mining areas as well as the installation and upgrading of dust control equipment at the alumina plants. Measures were also taken to control the frequency of episodic releases through the implementation of programmes of preventive maintenance and pollution control.Verification monitoring of water resources continued at sample points agreed on by the Water Resources Authority. This was done on a quarterly basis, with results generated by the JBI comparing favourably with the data submitted by the companies. On air quality management, the report states that, “the bauxite and alumina facilities have generally complied with the air quality standards and where there were breaches, the JBI requested and received action plans”.The impact of the industry on the health of communities located close to mining operations is being investigated through health impact assessments, while the terms of reference for the Environmental Health Unit are being developed, facilitated by the JBI. JBI Continues Research on Soil Productivity on Reclaimed Mined-Out Lands UncategorizedOctober 28, 2006center_img RelatedJBI Continues Research on Soil Productivity on Reclaimed Mined-Out Lands RelatedJBI Continues Research on Soil Productivity on Reclaimed Mined-Out Landslast_img read more

first_imgApiculture Project in Faith’s Pen on Target UncategorizedMarch 13, 2008 RelatedApiculture Project in Faith’s Pen on Target FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Manager of the St. Ann branch of the Rural Agricultural Development Authority (RADA), Pedro Worghs, has reported that the Jamaica Bauxite Institute/RADA Faith’s Pen apiculture project is well on target.The project, which was implemented at a cost of over $450,000, is geared towards encouraging young people to become involved in bee-keeping.“This project was planned to train and give equipment and bees to a total of 10 farmers in the Faith’s Pen/River Head area of St. Ann. To date, five farmers have completed training and were each given two boxes of bees and equipment,” Mr. Worghs told JIS News.He added that the remaining five farmers would also receive equipment and bees after their training is completed.Mr. Worghs informed that RADA officers were carrying out assessments and monitoring the farmers to ensure that they grasped the concept of proper bee-keeping.”Bee-keeping is a specialized area of agriculture and farmers cannot go into production without proper training,” he said, noting that honey production was fairly profitable and the bees assist other crops in the pollination process.Mr. Worghs is encouraging farmers who have an interest in bee-keeping to contact the RADA offices in their area or get in touch with the Bee Farmers’ Association in the parish. Advertisementscenter_img RelatedApiculture Project in Faith’s Pen on Target RelatedApiculture Project in Faith’s Pen on Targetlast_img read more

first_imgPerth-Fremantle Principal Shared Path extension to commence Fremantle Line Principal Shared Path to extend a further 2.1 kilometres to North Fremantle StationNew path will improve safety and accessibility for pedestrians and cyclists Work will commence early 2021 and is expected to be completed by mid-2021 Part of McGowan Government’s $220 million investment in cycling infrastructureA further PSP extension from North Fremantle Station and across the Swan River is  part of the Swan River Crossings project, with community consultation underway A $5.1 million contract has been awarded to local company Advanteering Civil Engineers to construct a further extension of the Principal Shared Path (PSP) between Perth to Fremantle.The 2.1 kilometre section will run along the Fremantle rail line, from Victoria Street Station to North Fremantle Station, and will improve safety for cyclists and pedestrians.The new four-metre wide section of PSP will provide a continuous, off-road path for people walking and riding along Curtin Avenue.It will build on the success of the McGowan Government’s three-kilometre extension of the Fremantle Line PSP from Grant Street to Victoria Street in mid-2019, which more than doubled the amount of cyclists using the Fremantle Line PSP.Construction on the Victoria Street Station to North Fremantle Station section is due to commence in early 2021 and will support 36 direct and indirect jobs.New access points will also be constructed to Victoria Street Station, North Fremantle Station and the Leighton Beach Boulevard with further works to include:upgrades to pedestrian crossing facilities on Curtin Avenue providing safer access to Mosman Beach and Leighton Beach car parks; andconstruction of a concrete path connecting the PSP to The Beehive Montessori School. Funded by the McGowan Government’s Principal Shared Path Expansion Program, construction will be completed by mid-2021.Consultation is also underway on the Swan River Crossings project (Fremantle Traffic Bridge replacement), which will deliver the next stage of the path ensuring an uninterrupted journey for people walking and riding from North Fremantle down to, and across, the Swan River, while creating hundreds of local jobs and improving safety.As stated by Transport Minister Rita Saffioti:“This Victoria Street to North Fremantle PSP is part of the McGowan Government’s $220 million cycling investment and commitment to completing gaps along our current path network to provide safe and continuous facilities.“The extension of this path provides a safe option for bike riders and pedestrians of all ages and abilities.“In the six months after the Grant Street Station to Victoria Street Station PSP was completed, we saw the number of people riding and walking on the path more than double, so I am confident this extension will be warmly welcomed by the community.”As stated by Fremantle MLA Simone McGurk:“Fremantle has a huge cycling community as it is, and these projects will only get more of us on our bikes.“These sorts of projects are fantastic for commuters, but they will also benefit cycling tourism and provide a safe network for families.“Improving cycling connections in and around Fremantle has been a long-held commitment and we’re proud to be investing record funding toward it.” /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Australia, beach, community, cycling, Fremantle, Government, infrastructure, Investment, Minister, Mosman, Pedestrian, Perth, project, Safety, school, Transport, Victoria, Western Australialast_img read more