House of Lords Committee on International Agreements reopens call for evidence on Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) membership negotiations – Technology

UK: House of Lords Committee on International Agreements reopens call for evidence on Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) membership negotiations To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. Following the launch of the UK membership negotiations and the government publication of its strategic approach (see point above), …

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100 years of Moto Guzzi – Dossier

Italians are known for a lot of things, one of them being the creators of ridiculously pretty and powerful motorcycles. Moto Guzzi has been involved, in a significant way, for a little over 100 years now. It’s no simple task, but Moto Guzzi is no ordinary business either. The story …

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Those responsible for asset management move

Ryan Taylor has left his role as Director at ZEDRA to join Suntera Global as Fund Manager for Jersey. In his new role, Taylor will develop the company‘s client base and establish its funds business in Jersey, with overall responsibility for developing and managing the new fund administration team in …

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The heyday of Newry, Dundalk & Greenore Railway

One of the most important chapters in the history of rail and sea communications between Great Britain and the Carlingford area was the Dundalk, Newry and Greenore Railway, which closed seventy years ago. The railway was designed in the 1860s to connect Dundalk and Newry to the London and North …

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What is your child’s daycare worth? |

Print and digital download photos available not everyone appreciates child care the same as sitting in an office moving money Most of us, if asked to name the most precious thing in our life, would say without hesitation, “Our children”. So how come the preschool child care industry – and …

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Quick Read, July 11, 2021

Something for everyone this week: the classic perfection of a Moto Guzzi cafe racer, a stealth R18 commissioned by BMW and a slender CB650R from Honda’s European dealerships. Plus a glimpse of the very, very radical new CE 04 from BMW. Moto Guzzi California 1100 EV by Bernd and Robin …

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Dunlop sets its sights on the joy of Kirkistown

Motorcycle racing kicks off today in Northern Ireland with the first meeting of the year in Kirkistown, County Down, where a group of top riders are entered. Allymoney’s Michael Dunlop is the most prominent name on the entry list for the Belfast and District Club President’s Cup event, where the …

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LIVE: Goodwood Festival of Speed

A treasured collection of motor racing’s most famous cars, motorcycles, drivers and racers will once again be on display as they race the famous Goodwood Hill Climb in front of spectators as the crowds return to the Sussex site. This year’s event will honor the career of American racing giant …

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Another candidate for Douglas Est |

Pierre Gilmour Print and digital download photos available Another candidate ran for the constituency of Douglas East. Information technology professional Peter Gilmour says he has worked for clients in the online gaming industry, specializing in data engineering and data science. Peter, who lives in Douglas, is one of four generations …

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A look back at the 2001 Ducati MH900e

the Ducati The MH900e not only sported a beautiful exterior, but it also had a powerful engine and fantastic performance. However, the unique aspect of the bike was its rather odd but attractive bare design. The MH900e debuted as a concept bike in 1998 and turned heads. Ducati produced this …

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Strong growth under PNoy Aquino and tax cuts under Duterte

TIt follows last week’s article, “The Economic and Energy Legacy of PNoy Aquino” (June 28). Also good opinion pieces on the administration of the late President Benigno “PNoy” Aquino here at Business world are “PNoy and Inclusion” (June 27) by Dr Raul Fabella, and “PNoy’s Little-Known Contribution: Rapid Industrialization” (July …

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Isle of Man TT scammer doomed

A crook who scammed a TT fan for £ 1,210 has been sentenced to 120 hours of community service by magistrates. Craig Philip Teare offered to rent bogus accommodation to a woman in the UK after telling her he was part of the island’s TT Homestay program. Teare took £ …

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Douglas-Liverpool Fast Ferry Crossings CV

Ferry & Car Ferry News The Irish Sea ferry industry is like any other sector of the shipping industry, in that it is made up of a myriad of ship operators, owners, managers , charterers who all help provide a network of routes operated by a variety of vessels designed …

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Modification of Mountain Road closures

A six-week closure planned for Mountain Road this summer has been postponed to March 2022. Transport bosses had offered to close the main road in August to do essential maintenance ahead of TT 2022. However, in a statement released today (Thursday), the government said it revised the schedule after “stakeholder …

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Houlder wins design contract by Marine Scotland

Houlder, a leading design and engineering consultancy, has won two new contracts with Marine Scotland, the Scottish Government branch responsible for the integrated management of the Scottish Seas. The two-vessel design contracts provide support for the design and construction of two new vessels that will have enhanced vessel capabilities and …

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Broadway at The Basie coming this fall

The Count Basie Center for the Arts has announced an upcoming performance series this fall titled “Broadway at the Basie.” The series will debut with “Rain-A Tribute to the Beatles” on October 24; tickets for this show are on sale now. After this show will be “Beautiful: the Carole King …

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With video: New border procedures explained

Print and digital download photos available The Isle of Man is taking its biggest step backwards towards normalcy since the pandemic began next week. The authorities are keeping their fingers crossed that the new border controls operate smoothly. The first crossing to the island under the new rules will leave …

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Biden administration’s proposal to regulate handgun stabilizer orthodontic appliances criticized by Republicans

Almost the entire Republican Senate caucus on Thursday signed a letter demanding the withdrawal of a proposed ATF rule that would regulate certain handgun stabilizer orthodontic appliances. The rule, which was proposed on June 7, would reclassify many pistols used with stabilizer slings to short-barreled rifles, which require a federal …

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Let’s legalize cannabis for recreation

Bob Comish from Ballamaddrell Farm in Grenaby – Print and digital download photos available A farmer wants cannabis to be legal for recreational use on the island. This comes after the opening of license applications for the production, distribution and export of medicinal cannabis from the Isle of Man. Tynwald …

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10 things everyone forgot about the Honda VFR750R

In the mid-1980s, Honda took a good look at their successful racing program and realized that in these times of hedonistic excess the point had come to take whatever made their track bikes untouchable and put everything under the saddle of a street bike. Taking a clearly open checkbook approach, …

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No 1. John Sisk & Son –

IRISH OPERATIONS 2019 was marked by a number of flagship projects. In Ireland, Center Parcs in Longford Forest was officially opened following a rapid construction process to build 446 lodges and 30 apartments, as well as restaurants, administration buildings and a subtropical paradisiacal pool and spa. Sisk also completed the …

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