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01 Jun 2018

Cork Harbour gets €500,000 boat tour connecting city with Cobh

Seasonal cruise service will offer visitors a whole new perspective on the harbour There’s more to the Cork Harbour than cruise ships, you know. A new, 72-seater tour boat has launched for the summer season, thanks to a €500,000 investment from Ocean Escapes. The Cork-based company will operate daily guided

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01 Jun 2018

‘Big Australia’ should be an opportunity rather than a threat, says IPA

Australia’s strong population growth – which could result in an extra 20 million residents by the 2050s – should be seen as an opportunity to build world-class infrastructure rather than as a threat, according to the peak infrastructure industry body. But with infrastructure in the three biggest cities, Sydney, Melbourne

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01 Jun 2018

Kenya Airways could merge with the Kenya Airports Authority

Kenya’s national carrier, Kenya Airways (KQ), may soon be merging with the Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) as part of a recovery plan for the struggling airline. The strategy aims to deepen KQ’s recovery and reposition Nairobi as a transport hub for the region. The plan is outlined in a policy

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30 May 2018

DIA breaks ground on $1.5 billion gate expansion project that will extend all three concourses

Work will add 39 new gates in next three years as first of several major projects to kick off A flurry of construction that will significantly expand the capacity of Denver International Airport kicked off Tuesday as crews broke ground on a $1.5 billion gate expansion project. In the next three

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30 May 2018

Twenty-Five companies globally express interest in Ghana-Burkina rail project

Twenty- five companies globally, have expressed interest to build the railway to connect Ghana and Burkina Faso after the close of the international competitive tender for potential contractors submitted bids. The companies included; Power China Sino Hydro, M and J group, Frontline Capital Advisors, African Global Development, Geo Service Limited,

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30 May 2018

Public-private partnerships seen as best bet to expand rural broadband

Rural communities need to band together and pool government and private funding to extend broadband internet service to their homes and businesses, experts said Tuesday. Broadband access was the first issue addressed during the annual Rural Day conference in Raleigh, and all agreed the future of many North Carolina counties –

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30 May 2018

El Paso’s Public-Private Partnership: An Exemplar, or Another Cautionary Tale in the Making?

Imagine that your nonprofit has tied itself irrevocably into a collaboration, but the partner on the other side is organized to turn over its top leadership and allegiances every four years or so. That’s the situation for a lot of locally supported cultural organizations; years down the line, contemporary administrations

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28 May 2018

Romanian Govt. adopts list of projects to be implemented in public-private partnership

The Romanian Government adopted on Thursday, May 24, a list of strategic partnerships to be carried out in public-private partnership. The list includes three highways and a large medical complex near Bucharest. The three highways to be built in partnership with private investors are the Ploiesti-Comarnic-Brasov highway, the Targu Mures-Targu

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