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Robbers ‘pose as police’ in Johannesburg airport heist

Robbers ‘pose as police’ in Johannesburg airport heist Armed thieves masquerading as police have carried out a robbery at Johannesburg’s international airport in South Africa, reports say. The thieves are said to have driven into a restricted zone on Tuesday evening and taken containers of cash. Estimates vary but reports suggest that millions of dollars... Read More »

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Robbers ‘pose as police’ in Johannesburg airport heist Armed thieves masquerading as police have carried out a robbery at Johannesburg’s international airport in South Africa, reports say. The thieves are said to have driven into a restricted zone on Tuesday evening and taken containers of cash. Estimates vary but reports suggest that millions of dollars… Read More &raquo

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About 20,000 vehicles registered in January

About 20,000 vehicles registered in January Statistics from the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) show that 19,931 vehicles were registered in January this year, a 7.7percent increase over the 2016 figure of 18,401 for the same period. The data for January 2017 also shows that Accra recorded the highest number of 5883 vehicles, followed... Read More »

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About 20,000 vehicles registered in January Statistics from the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) show that 19,931 vehicles were registered in January this year, a 7.7percent increase over the 2016 figure of 18,401 for the same period. The data for January 2017 also shows that Accra recorded the highest number of 5883 vehicles, followed… Read More &raquo

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This Dutch town has traffic lights on the ground because people are staring at their phones

This Dutch town has traffic lights on the ground because people are staring at their phones A Dutch town has introduced an unusual way of trying to keep smartphone-addicted residents safe: Installing traffic lights in the pavement. Bodegraven, in the Netherlands, has put strip lights in the floor at a pedestrian crossing — meaning people... Read More »

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This Dutch town has traffic lights on the ground because people are staring at their phones A Dutch town has introduced an unusual way of trying to keep smartphone-addicted residents safe: Installing traffic lights in the pavement. Bodegraven, in the Netherlands, has put strip lights in the floor at a pedestrian crossing — meaning people… Read More &raquo

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Latest Newsletter (Issue 67) of CILT Hong Kong (CILTHK):  CILT HONG KONG NEWSLETTER ISSUE 67

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Ghana can become an auto hub

Ghana can become an auto hub The Country Director of Stallion Group, Mr Mahesh Mahtani, says Ghana has the potential to become West Africa’s auto manufacturing hub.He, therefore, urged the government to put in incentives that would attract auto manufacturing companies into the country, which was West Africa’s third biggest economy. In an interview with... Read More »

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Ghana can become an auto hub The Country Director of Stallion Group, Mr Mahesh Mahtani, says Ghana has the potential to become West Africa’s auto manufacturing hub.He, therefore, urged the government to put in incentives that would attract auto manufacturing companies into the country, which was West Africa’s third biggest economy. In an interview with… Read More &raquo

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Sky Taxi To Fly In Dubai ‘From July’ – BBC

Sky Taxi To Fly In Dubai ‘From July A drone that can carry people will begin “regular operations” in Dubai from July, the head of the city’s Roads and Transportation Agency has announced at the World Government Summit. The vehicle can carry one passenger weighing up to 100kg (220lbs). The passenger selects a destination on... Read More »

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Sky Taxi To Fly In Dubai ‘From July A drone that can carry people will begin “regular operations” in Dubai from July, the head of the city’s Roads and Transportation Agency has announced at the World Government Summit. The vehicle can carry one passenger weighing up to 100kg (220lbs). The passenger selects a destination on… Read More &raquo

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Reaching for the skies…will the new ‘Ghana Airways’ succeed

Reaching for the skies…will the new ‘Ghana Airways’ succeed Successive governments have expressed their desire to behold a plane bearing the flag of Ghana on its tail, an embodiment of the soul of the nation, back in the skies more than a decade after the demise of Ghana Airways. The desire is yet to bear... Read More »

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Reaching for the skies…will the new ‘Ghana Airways’ succeed Successive governments have expressed their desire to behold a plane bearing the flag of Ghana on its tail, an embodiment of the soul of the nation, back in the skies more than a decade after the demise of Ghana Airways. The desire is yet to bear… Read More &raquo

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New National Airline: Air France-KLM hints at future partnership

New National Airline: Air France-KLM hints at future partnership Jean-Marc-Janaillac, Air France-KLM Chairman and CEO, say the European-based airline group is open to partnering government in its quest to establish a viable national carrier. Ghana is seeking to establish a new national airline after the collapse of her flag carrier, Ghana Airways, a decade ago... Read More »

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New National Airline: Air France-KLM hints at future partnership Jean-Marc-Janaillac, Air France-KLM Chairman and CEO, say the European-based airline group is open to partnering government in its quest to establish a viable national carrier. Ghana is seeking to establish a new national airline after the collapse of her flag carrier, Ghana Airways, a decade ago… Read More &raquo

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Improved rail network will open up economy—GSA

Improved rail network will open up economy—GSA Deputy CEO of the Ghana Shippers’ Authority (GSA), Sylvia Asana Owu, has lauded government’s quest to revamp the rail transport sector, saying would make the country’s ports more attractive neighbouring land locked countries, and ultimately open up the economy. “An efficient rail system will open up our corridors... Read More »

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Improved rail network will open up economy—GSA Deputy CEO of the Ghana Shippers’ Authority (GSA), Sylvia Asana Owu, has lauded government’s quest to revamp the rail transport sector, saying would make the country’s ports more attractive neighbouring land locked countries, and ultimately open up the economy. “An efficient rail system will open up our corridors… Read More &raquo

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High-Flyer is new helm of CILT

High-Flyer is new helm of CILT The New Year will see a new era for The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) as Lieutenant Colonel (Ret) Kevin Byrne takes over from out-going President Paul Brooks. CILT is the leading professional body for Logistics and Transport specialists the world over. A family of over 35,000... Read More »

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High-Flyer is new helm of CILT The New Year will see a new era for The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) as Lieutenant Colonel (Ret) Kevin Byrne takes over from out-going President Paul Brooks. CILT is the leading professional body for Logistics and Transport specialists the world over. A family of over 35,000… Read More &raquo

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