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19 Sep 2016

Federal Government pursues Chinese funding to bridge housing scarcity

To meet the country’s housing insufficiency, The Federal Government has appealed to the China-Africa Development Fund (CADFund) to support Nigeria with reasonable finances. Mrs. Winifred Oyo-Ita ,Head of the Civil Service of the Federation (HoS), made the appeal at the weekend when an eight-man delegation of CADFund paid her a

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19 Sep 2016

U&I appointed to develop 850m Mayfield Quarter urban regeneration project

On Monday, Mixed-use property regeneration company U&I announced that it has been appointed by the Mayfield Partnership to develop the 850m Mayfield Quarter urban regeneration project in Manchester. The London-listed firm said, “It will commit up to 20m equity to the project, with an ambition to submit an outline planning

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16 Sep 2016

The University of Alaska Board Of Regents OK bonds to finish stalled UAF engineering building

On Thursday, The University of Alaska Board Of Regents permitted a $37.5 million bond package to complete the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ engineering building, which was originally set to open for classes last year. Approval of the bond sale at the regents’ meeting in Juneau means the building could be

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16 Sep 2016

More resources needed for EU chemical replacement

Recognizing very hazardous substances in European products and supply chains, and substituting them with safer alternatives, requires more staff and other resources in the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA), EU member states and industry, new research suggests.   According to the study, “Commissioned by ECHA from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell

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16 Sep 2016

Invest More to Defeat Killer Diseases, President Uhuru Kenyatta Tells African Nations

On Thursday, Uhuru Kenyatta, The President of Kenyan said, “Ending diseases like AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria in Africa was within reach if countries spent more on healthcare which would ensure their people stayed healthy, and boost their economies”. In an exclusive blog for the Thomson Reuters Foundation, Kenyatta credited international

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15 Sep 2016

Speakers highlight importance of PPP during dedication of U.S. Bank pocket park

During the Wednesday dedication of downtown Topeka’s newest pocket park, in front of U.S. Bank located at 719 S. Kansas Ave., speakers emphasized the importance of public-private partnerships. The park, featuring a fountain and a seating area, is the latest to be unveiled along four blocks of Kansas Avenue enhancements

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15 Sep 2016

Federal Government unveils plan to stimulate housing sector

The Federal Government will de-risk lending to developers and provide guarantees and credit improvement to stimulate growth in the housing sector. Babatunde Fashola, The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, made the disclosure yesterday at the 32nd Annual Conference and General Meeting of the African Union for Housing Finance (AUHF)

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15 Sep 2016

Private healthcare providers have been invited to run and redevelop five regional hospitals across NSW.

The state government says it’s seeking to partner non-government operators to help upgrade Maitland, Wyong, Goulburn and Shellharbour hospitals, and support delivering services at Bowral Hospital. Jillian Skinner Health Minister said on Thursday, “Patients attending those public hospitals will continue to receive free treatment”. “The desire of the government is

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