Monthly Archives: January 2016

Britain enjoys mild weather as temperatures near all-time december high (from the argus)

Many parts of Britain enjoyed more warm weather today as temperatures continued at up to 10C above average for the time of year. The Met Office said it was the fourth mildest start to December across the UK since 1960.

Storm frank_ power cuts and flooding as scotland battered – bbc news

Media captionFootage showed a mobile home smashing into a bridge on the River Dee in Ballater, Aberdeenshire Power cuts, widespread flooding and landslips have been reported as Storm Frank continues to batter Scotland. Thousands of homes are without power in

2016_ more water battles, but california sees hope _ or just whiskey – watchdog. org

NOW! LOW SODIUM! One sign that California’s water politics are increasingly rational: America’s’ largest seawater desalination plant opened this year in San Diego County. The plant produces 50 million gallons of drinking water daily. By Steven Greenhut | Watchdog. org

Finding the pattern in all matter _ cosmos magazine

Symmetry is a fundamental property of nature. Credit: Anna39 / Getty Images To a physicist, the highest form of praise for a theory is to say it is “beautiful”. Such a theory is not only logical and precise, it reveals

Morgan county herald > archives > news > top stories & breaking news > mcconnelsville council hosts grant writer

home news sports obituaries classifieds public notices contact us guestbook Links Subscribe! Wednesday, December 23, 2015 Edition “I never met one village or city that didn’t have needs. Between the water and sewer, and streets and electrical, parks and recreation,

An increasingly precious metal _ the economist

Our cookie policy has changed. Review our cookies policy for more details and to change your cookie preference. By continuing to browse this site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. SQM, Chile’s biggest lithium producer, is the kind

Behold the new lasu vc – the nation nigeria

Governor Akinwunmi Ambode has appointed an environmental law expert and Director of Research at the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (NIALS), Prof Olanrewaju Adigun Fagbohun, as the eighth Lagos State University (LASU) Vice-Chancellor. Legal Editor JOHN AUSTIN UNACHUKWU profiles

Stock market slides again; worst two-week start to a year – wltz 38 _ columbus georgia regional news & community

(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan). Stock trader Gregory Rowe works at the New York Stock Exchange, Friday, Jan. 15, 2016. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan). Stock trader Robert McQuade works at the New York Stock Exchange, Friday, Jan. 15, 2016. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan). Stock

Vancouver city hall targets downtown eastside’s troubled the lion hotel over numerous heat and safety issues

Vancouver police looking for men spotted filming inside Pacific Centre mall How a B. C. man pulled off one of the most sophisticated immigration frauds in Canadian history Lawyer suggests CSIS may have had role in radicalizing accused in B.

New blm director briefs commission on oil, gas projects _ business _ casperjournal. com

Casper, WY (82601) Today Mostly sunny this morning then becoming cloudy during the afternoon. A few flurries or snow showers possible. High 29F. Winds SW at 10 to 20 mph.. Tonight Snow showers. Low 18F. Winds NE at 5 to

Noble energy confirms implementation of israel_s natural gas framework

Houston, Dec. 17, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Earlier today, Noble Energy, Inc. (“Noble Energy” or “The Company”) (NYSE: NBL) was notified that the Government of Israel acted to implement the Natural Gas Framework through execution of Section 52 of the

Kingdom, djibouti promote energy links _ arab news

Hashim Abdullah Yamani with Djibouti Minister Ali Yacoub and Ambassador Ziauddin Bamakhram in Riyadh. RIYADH: Saudi Arabia and Djibouti held wide ranging talks that discussed bilateral cooperation in the energy sector, including strategic plans devised to utilize alternative energy in

Harare residents to resist proposed increase in electricity tariffs – newsday zimbabwe

HARARE residents yesterday threatened to resist the proposed increase in electricity tariffs arguing the proposed charges would make electricity unaffordable to the majority of citizens. by VENERANDA LANGA Harare Metropolitan Residents Forum (HAMREF) spokesperson Marvellous Khumalo told NewsDay that residents