PM Golding: Government has no Designs on Nuttall Lands

first_imgRelatedPM Golding: Government has no Designs on Nuttall Lands FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail KINGSTON — Prime Minister Bruce Golding says Government has no designs or intention to take over the Nuttall lands in Cross Roads which are owned by the Anglican Diocese of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands. In response to the recent statements made by the General Manager of the Urban Development Corporation, Mr Golding said that the UDC has made proposals for amendments to the UDC Act but he clarified that those proposals have not yet been considered by the Cabinet and are still at a preliminary stage. He reaffirmed the policy of the Government to facilitate and expand public/private partnerships for growth and development. The Prime Minister underscored the importance of stakeholder consultations and said that it is regretted that statements were made which gave an incorrect impression of the Government’s policy position and intention. RelatedPM Golding: Government has no Designs on Nuttall Lands PM Golding: Government has no Designs on Nuttall Lands Office of the Prime MinisterAugust 24, 2011center_img RelatedPrime Minister Golding Announces Cabinet Changes Advertisementslast_img read more

Railway supply industry news round-up

first_imgOn April 13 Channel Tunnel operator Getlink completed an internal reorganisation of its corporate structure. Groupe Eurotunnel SE transferred its holdings in the two concessionaires France Manche SA and The Channel Tunnel Group Ltd to Eurotunnel Holding SAS, in order to ring ­fence the fixed link activities from other group operations including freight operator Europorte, electric interconnector company ElecLink and property development. Groupe Eurotunnel SE then formally changed its name to Getlink SE on April 18. On April 26 the Swedish parliament approved the Luxembourg Rail Protocol, which will therefore be formally ratified by the government in the coming weeks. Sweden would be the third state (as well as the EU) to ratify the Protocol, which needs a minimum of four ratifications to come into force.On April 25 Polish rolling stock manufacturer Pesa announced that it had agreed key conditions for development fund PFR to acquire a majority stake in the business. The Rzeczpospolita newspaper said PFR would acquire a 70% stake with the current owners retaining the remainder.German internet of things and artificial intelligence start-up KONUX has completed a US$20m series B financing round led by New Enterprise Associates, lead investors of the last capital increase in spring 2017, with participation from the MIG funds and all other existing financial investors. KONUX combines smart sensors and AI-based analytics to enable higher train punctuality and network capacity through predictive maintenance planning and optimised utilisation.Nippon Signal Co has acquired a 34% stake in signalling supplier GG Tronics India, and will develop, design and manufacturer equipment for the Indian market in collaboration with GGT.Association of American Railroads subsidiary Railinc has joined the Blockchain in Transport Alliance. ‘Blockchain presents interesting opportunities for the freight rail industry‘, said Railinc President & CEO Allen West. ‘We’re excited to identify ways to add value to our industry as part of this innovative, forward-thinking group working to advance blockchain technology and its transportation and logistics applications.‘last_img read more

Correa goal keeps Sevilla on Barcelona’s coattails in La Liga

first_img Correa’s winner came just three minutes after he’d replaced Ben Yedder.It was an ‘English’ style goal which won it, with a long kick forward from Sergio Rico flicked on by Vicente Iborra and Correa doing the rest.  Sevilla, therefore, were able to show that they can win while not being at their best.  Sevilla returned to winning ways on Sunday with a 1-0 win against Las Palmas in Gran Canaria.  sport en 12/02/2017 However, a late goal from Joquin Correa ensured they didn’t slip further behind Real Madrid and Barcelona this weekend. The three points keep them within one point of Barca and two of Madrid, who have played two games less.  Jorge Sampaoli’s side had lost to Espanyol and drawn with Villarreal in their last two outings, slipping down to third in the table . IN SPORT.ES Correa permite al Sevilla seguir la estela del Barça Upd. on 07/09/2017 at 16:10 CEST It was tough on Las Palmas who will feel hard done by to have lost the game, with huge credit due to Sevilla stopper Rico. He made a spectacular save from Jese Rodriguez, who started along with Alen Halilovic, for the first time since joining the club in January.last_img read more

Atletico Madrid interested in signing Valencia defender Jose Luis Gaya

first_img Top of the list is Jose Luis Gaya of Valencia. The Pedreguer born player is not the only one though, with Ajax defender Nicolas Tagliafico, of Argentina, also an option. Atletico Madrid are looking for a left-back in the winter transfer window who could potentially replace Filipe Lis, who wants to go to Paris Saint-Germain. IN SPORT.ES El Atlético de Madrid, tras los pasos de Gayà Albert Aubach Per Superdeporte Atletico are interested in a top level player and although the position hasn’t been a priority, now they have decided that Jonny Castro, on loan at Wolves, is not sufficient if Filipe Luis tries to force a move. Gaya, a regular in Luis Enrique’s Spain squad, has become more of a warrior under Marcelino at left-back, showing intensity, qualities Cholo Simeone likes.  RELATED STORIES “My future is here, I’m fed up of hearing my name every time they talk about a potential sale,” said Gaya. He has renewed his contract until 2023 and has a release clause of 100m euros, so a move will not be easy. 19/11/2018 Cadena SER: Real Madrid negotiating with Corinthians for Pedrinho Upd. at 19:22 CETlast_img read more

ICC Test Rankings: Youngsters Prithvi Shaw and Rishabh Pant see a significant rise

first_imgAdvertisement 7i5NBA Finals | Brooklyn VsagdWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ecsdr( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) ywWould you ever consider trying this?😱7eCan your students do this? 🌚1bfwyyRoller skating! Powered by Firework (Photo Courtesy: Indian Express)Advertisement Indian cricket team’s young duo of Prithvi Shaw and Rishabh Pant, who played significant knocks to help India win the series 2-0 vs Windies at home see themselves gain some places in the recently updated ICC test rankings for men.Advertisement Prithvi Shaw, who scored a century on his debut followed it up with 70 and 33 not out to climb up the ranks from 73rd to 60th place. Rishabh Pant started the series being placed in the 111th position. Knocks of 92 in both the first and the second test has seen him climb 49 places to 62.Among the bowlers, Umesh Yadav has entered the top 25 in the bowlers rating, joining his teammates Ashwin, Jadeja and Shami.Advertisement The Windies team has so far had a horrid tour to India. They have completely been outplayed in all departments of the game. The current ranking of some players amidst this poor performance comes as a respite to them.Captain Jason Holder has risen in charts in all departments. His haul of 5-56 in the first innings has lifted him four places to a career-best ninth position among bowlers while his first innings half-century took him three slots up to reach 53rd position. Holder has also overtaken South Africa’s Vernon Philander to third position among all-rounders.Among the other teammates, only Roston Chase and Shai Hope have seen a gain in the rankings. Overall India have gained a point from the series while Windies have lost one. But these points haven’t affected their positions and they remain afoot.Also Read:Cricket: Virat Kohli singles Umesh Yadav out of praise for his performance Advertisementlast_img read more

Dunny spat over

first_imgBusting Rotary Park users will finally get some relief when “state-of-the-art” public toilets are installed at the park. The long…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription. By Mitchell Clarke last_img