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One of Australia

The Daily Mail 29 Feb 2024
One of Australia's biggest banks has cut another 132 jobs with some of these roles being sent offshore to companies in India and the Philippines ... Some of the roles are being offshored to companies in India and the Philippines.
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St. Johns County is offering St. Augustine residents Skywarn Storm Spotter Training

staugustine.com 21 Feb 2024
Augustine, along with counties in southeast Georgia and northeast and north central Florida; the Atlantic coastal waters up to 60 nautical miles offshore ... Augustine’s Northeast Florida Regional Airport.
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Second group of asylum seekers wanders into Australian town - after 30 turn up on an

The Daily Mail 17 Feb 2024
Advertisement ... A Nauru Airlines plane left the Curtin base mid-morning, arriving at Broome International Airport shortly after, where it remains. Australia has an offshore immigration detention centre at Nauru ... IndiaPakistanWestern Australia. .
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Gaza's economy could take decades to recover, says UN

The National 01 Feb 2024
To foster growth, the UN trade body suggests key initiatives such as reviving the Gaza International Airport, constructing a seaport and enabling the development of offshore natural gasfields by the ...
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Shannon Airport records impressive 29% growth in ‘23 welcoming over 1.95m passengers – best year ...

TravelDailyNews 16 Jan 2024
Shannon Airport had a strong growth surge in 2023 with 1.958 million passengers welcomed to the airport, a 29 per cent increase on 2022 activity. This strong performance saw the airport achieve its ...
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Shannon Airport passenger numbers up 29% in 2023

RTE 15 Jan 2024
Shannon Airport has today reported a 29% increase in passenger numbers for 2023 - its best year since 2009. The airport said it saw a total of 1.958 million passengers during the year with growth in air services across all its markets.
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BlackRock strikes $12.5 bln deal for Global Infrastructure Partners

CyprusMail 15 Jan 2024
Founded in 2006, GIP manages more than $100 billion in assets and has a portfolio including Britain’s Gatwick airport, the Port of Melbourne and major offshore wind projects.
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BlackRock buys Global Infrastructure Partners in $12.5bn deal

Business Day 12 Jan 2024
Founded in 2006, GIP manages more than $100bn in assets and its portfolio includes Britain’s Gatwick airport, the Port of Melbourne and offshore wind projects ... BlackRock also announced several management changes ... Profit beat  ... Reuters. .
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BlackRock makes huge bet on infrastructure with $12.5B deal as ESG flounders

New York Post 12 Jan 2024
... to airports ... Founded in 2006, GIP manages more than $100 billion in assets and has a portfolio including Britain’s Gatwick airport, the Port of Melbourne, and major offshore wind projects.
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Sale of UK assets to world’s largest money manager means huge payday for bankers

The Observer 12 Jan 2024
Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP), which boasts a $100bn (£79bn) collection of companies including Gatwick airport and the Suez wastewater group, has been sold to the US investment firm BlackRock in a $12.5bn deal.
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How do we create peace in Gaza? Give it protectorate status under the Abraham Accords.

The Hill 05 Jan 2024
In the past, Israel proposed a Gaza with an offshore airport, marina and seaport, with a connecting road and rail bridge to the mainland ... borders, ports and airports, by Egyptian and Israeli police.
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Japan quakes kill 30, soldiers being deployed for rescue, relief operations

Anadolu Agency 02 Jan 2024
Videos and pictures broadcast by the NHK showed many houses across the Ishikawa province collapsed while small boats had capsized in the waters offshore.
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Japan quake death toll rises to 48 as troops join rescue, relief efforts

Anadolu Agency 02 Jan 2024
Videos and pictures broadcast by the NHK showed many houses across the Ishikawa province collapsed while small boats had capsized in the waters offshore.
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2023 a very productive year for the Senate—Zubiri

Manila Bulletin 27 Dec 2023
Early in January 2023, the Senate also conducted an inquiry into the technical glitch that hit the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) that affected thousands of passengers and flights on New Year’s Day.
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Milei’s Argentina Prepares the Next Geopolitical Front at Brazil

Brazzil 01 Dec 2023
... down and bootstrap industry, with ship and oil rig building, regional jet construction, infrastructure and airport logistics in addition to upping the ante in offshore oil drilling and agribusiness.
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