Monthly Archives: September 2022

Quadrise in co-development agreement with Vertoro

Quadrise in co-development agreement with Vertoro | International Biofuels Magazine Cookies are required to use this site. Please activate them! This website requires javascript to be enabled. Sep 21, 2022 Quadrise has announced a joint development agreement with Vertoro, a specialist in lignin-based biofuels. Vertoro is a supplier of …

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Gorey Youth Needs Group focus on life at event to mark World Suicide Prevention Day

A life-focused community event was organized recently by Gorey Youth Needs Group to mark World Suicide Prevention Day. People of all ages gathered at the center to participate in meditation sessions led by Eileen McGrath and to listen to music performed by a host of local artists. As the suicide …

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U.S. Department of Commerce invests $2.5 million to boost tourism and outdoor recreation in Valdez

City of Valdez. Juneau, Alaska (KINY) – On Tuesday, U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo announced that the Department’s Economic Development Administration is providing a $2.5 million grant to the town of Valdez to boost tourism by supporting the development of infrastructure and outdoor leisure facilities in Meals Hill. The grant …

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Business News | Happay Unveils Corporate Travel Card With Zero Forex Markup

Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India]September 20 (ANI/BusinessWire India): Fintech startup Happay, which was acquired by CRED, recently launched its World Travel Card specifically designed for the modern workforce. After making major inroads into the corporate card landscape with its award-winning EPIC card, Happay has entered the travel card market at the most …

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Royal fans camp out ahead of Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral: NPR

Groups of people camp outside Buckingham Palace in London. Europa Press via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Europa Press via Getty Images Groups of people camp outside Buckingham Palace in London. Europa Press via Getty Images On the eve of Queen Elizabeth’s funeral, in the shadow of Big Ben, …

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Special tourist train will run on ‘Ambedkar circuit’: Union minister

Union Tourism and Culture Minister G Kishan Reddy on Sunday announced a special tourist train to cover the “Ambedkar circuit”. Opening a three-day conference of state tourism ministers in Dharamshala, Reddy said: “As many as 3,000 special railway carriages have been reserved for the promotion of tourist tours. Like the …

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Baggage Claim: What Delta’s Customer Experience Manager Always Packs on Business Trips

Allison Auband began her career with Delta Air Lines in 1985 as a flight attendant. Over the past 37 years, she has steadily risen through the ranks at the Atlanta-based carrier, including leading more than 20,000 Delta flight attendants as Senior Vice President of Inflight Service as well as Vice …

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Governor Inslee continues to fundraise for the campaign

Since Governor Jay Inslee was re-elected for a third term in 2020, his campaign operation has not ceased, or even hibernated. He continued to send out regular and urgent fundraising appeals for a potential candidacy for a fourth term in two years. The usual refrain is something like: Friends, please …

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Tucson veterans slam U.S. Senate candidate Blake Masters

A group of Tucson veterans hit back at Blake Masters’ inflammatory comments about the military this week, saying he was not a good representative for more than half a million veterans in the state. “A man like Blake Masters, who has no respect for our service – he has nothing …

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Sex tourism: This African nation is fed up with British grandmothers looking for little boys

Since the 1990s, The Gambia has become a preferred destination for European women seeking sexual pleasure with available African boys. It all started when international travel agencies from the UK launched cheap travel packages to this small West African country. After more than 30 years of receiving thousands of middle-aged …

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Schiphol CEO resigns after summer chaos

Schiphol Airport CEO Dick Benschop has resigned after a chaotic summer season that saw numerous airport delays, flight cancellations and the introduction of passenger capacity limits at the Amsterdam hub. The airport’s supervisory board accepted Benschop’s resignation on Thursday (September 15th), but he will remain in office until a successor …

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The Untold Truth of NCIS: New Orleans

Gary Glasberg left big shoes to fill after his death, and according to The Wrap, initially longtime “NCIS: New Orleans” producers George Schneck and Frank Cardea took over. The two had worked as writing partners since 1977, and co-wrote a plethora of episodes for the show before Glasberg’s passing. However, …

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PM Modi to release cheetahs and visit self-help group event in Madhya Pradesh on his birthday

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on his birthday on September 17, will release cheetahs into Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh. PM Modi around 10:45 a.m. Saturday, will release cheetahs in Kuno National Park and shortly after, around noon, he will participate in the Sammelan Self-Help Group (SHG) with female SHG …

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California, tribal leaders announce new tourism initiative

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — In a state with the second most federally recognized Indigenous tribes in the country, California officials and tribal leaders announced an initiative on Wednesday to boost tourism in Indigenous communities. initiative, Visit Native California, and its accompanying website are funded by a $1 million grant from the …

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Democratic Governor Dan McKee to face 4 challengers in Rhode Island: results

Rhode Island holds primary elections on Tuesday, the last day of primaries in the 2022 election cycle. Polls in most states close at 8 p.m. local time. Follow the results live. American house Rhode Island has two congressional districts, both occupied by Democrats. Both districts are up for grabs in …

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The group behind Jantar Mantar organizes a hate event in November in Delhi | Latest Delhi News

Save India Foundation (SIF), a group which had organized two protests – in Jantar Mantar (in August 2021) and Burari Hindu Mahapanchayat (in April 2022) – sparking a controversy over alleged hate speech by some speakers, announced a march to Delhi in November. The group’s self-proclaimed chairman, Preet Singh, who …

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Tourism summit planned for Woodward | New

“The Oklahoma Travel Industry Association (OTIA) offers many opportunities for education, networking, and entertainment! Our committees work hard to plan events featuring top speakers, timely topics, and broad appeal,” said the Oklahoma Travel Industry Association. One of those events — Lt. Gov. Matt Pinnell’s Tourism Summit — will take place …

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20 new Australian hotels for the rebound in southern summer travel

Calm still early morning soft sunlight over Sydney’s major city landmarks around harbor waters … [+] and the shores between CBD and lowe North Shore. Getty As the Southern Hemisphere moves closer to spring and summer, the reopening of Australia’s borders is triggering a huge visitor boom to the country. …

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Girls dream up engineering solutions to ‘hack’ human colonization of Mars

SAN DIEGO- Once the stuff of science fiction, a human landing on Mars is something many scientists today might see before they retire. On Saturday, local teenagers turned to the next challenge: keeping human colonists alive on the inhospitable Red Planet. On Saturday, around fifty high school and college girls …

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Denmark’s Sun-Air restarts regular operations for the first time since 2020

Danish carrier SUN-AIR has resumed scheduled passenger flights after a long hiatus due to the COVID pandemic with the return of its Billund-London City Airport service. The carrier will offer six flights a week and has not revealed whether its other mothballed European routes will return. SUN-AIR relaunches Billund-London flights …

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100-year-old agricultural research center in Virginia Beach could move

For more than a century, the Hampton Roads Agricultural Research and Extension Center has served those interested in growing crops. Farmers from all over and sometimes beyond the region come to the 70-acre property on Diamond Springs Road in Virginia Beach to drop off seeds and plants for free testing. …

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Belitung government promotes tourism among G20 delegates

Many G20 delegates asked about tourist destinations in Belitung Island. They want to know how to get there and if they can get there by taxi. Belitung, Babel Islands (ANTARA) – In an effort to attract international tourists, the provincial administration of the Bangka Belitung (Babel) Islands is intensively promoting …

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Wyndham expands reach with acquisition of $44 million Vienna home

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts has acquired the Vienna House brand in a $44 million deal with HR Group, a European hotel operator and longtime partner, the company announced Thursday. HR Group will continue to lease, own and operate existing Vienna House properties under long-term franchise agreements. The deal adds nearly …

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ATC Healthcare appoints Scott Nichols as Vice President

Scott Nichols LAKE SUCCESS, NY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ATC Healthcare, the industry leader in medical personnel franchising, today announced that it has brought on a seasoned franchise executive Scott Nichols as Vice President of Franchise Development. Nichols has 30 years of experience in franchising and development roles, including Senior Vice President of Franchise …

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Fakenham and Wells bands provide update on Christmas lights events

Published: 06:48 September 7, 2022 Plans are in place to ensure the Christmas lights continue to illuminate our downtowns this festive season. Festive lights officials in Fakenham and Wells said plans were in place to light up towns in 2022, despite fears that soaring energy bills could leave towns in …

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Positive first season for Tourism Wells Gray – Clearwater Times

As summer draws to a close, the Wells Gray Information Center was happy to welcome many tourists and visitors this season, after a hiatus of a few years. Under the management of Tourism Wells Gray, which took over from the previous owners earlier this year, the tourist information center has …

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TransPennine Express cuts its timetables

British rail operator TransPennine Express is to cut services between the North West of England and Scotland by almost 25% from next week. TransPennine becomes the second major UK rail company to drastically cut its timetable due to staffing issues, following a similar move by Avanti West Coast last month. …

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SAC, others do not make the final cut of the ARPA fund

September 02, 2022 Two schools of thought regarding downtown Mount Airy – a need to plan for the future versus a sense of “leaving Main Street alone” – collided head-on during a heated public hearing Thursday night. And after listening to more than an hour from 18 speakers – those …

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Actual efficacy of anti-interleukin-23 antibodies in chronic plaque psoriasis patients from the Austrian Psoriasis Registry (PsoRA)

This 197-patient study is one of the largest registry studies conducted to date to examine the efficacy and safety of real-world patients receiving IL-23p19 inhibitors, as well as the impact of prior biological exposure on these parameters. The rate of off-label dosage changes was relatively low, i.e. 1.0% in this …

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Croatia has received 15 million tourists so far this year

Croatia has had a successful tourist season, as 91% of arrivals and 96% of overnight stays of 2019 levels have been achieved so far this year. According to data from the eVisitor system, 15 million tourists arrived in Croatia from January to August 2022, spending 86.6 million nights, reports SchengenVisaInfo.com. …

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British Airways launches sale | TravelPulse

Like many airlines, British Airways has been plagued by problems this spring and summer with an overstaffing, luggage piling up at its home base at Heathrow International Airport and canceled flights. . What should an airline do? THE ADVERTISEMENT trendy now Make a sale! Until September 20, British Airways is …

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Religious destinations top India travel charts, bookings set to rise in coming months

Well-known hotel chain property in Katra is seeing 100% appreciation in room rates and sold out inventory, even attracting celebrities this year. After a two-year lull, religious and spiritual destinations are topping the charts of travel platforms and hotel chains, with many hoteliers keen to expand their pipeline into these …

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Men’s golf set to start the fall

History links COLUMBIA, Mo. – The University of Missouri men’s golf team is back in action this weekend to kick off their 2022-23 season at their annual Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate event held in upstate New York at from Sunday 4 September. The competitive roster includes 11 …

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Tourism Awards: Meet the Judges of Big and Small Attractions

Published: 08:00 am September 3, 2022 The East of England Tourism Awards 2022-2023 are open for registration. Here we talk to the judges and sponsors of the Big Tourist Attraction of the Year and Small Tourist Attraction of the Year awards. Major tourist attraction of the year Joanna Nicholls, Partner …

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Many Americans still do not come to Canada. Is the ArriveCAN app to blame?

After the pandemic, tourists returned to Niagara Falls. But something is missing — plenty of Americans, even though Ontario’s popular tourist destination sits just across the US border. “It’s devastating,” said Anna Pierce, Vice President of Niagara Helicopters, which offers rides over the falls. Pierce says bookings are down 35% …

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White nationalist groups gather for Nazi MMA match

On August 21, members of two white supremacist groups, Rise Against Movement (RAM) and Patriot Front, met for a mixed martial arts (MMA) event in Southern California. It was, in the words of a Hyphen Report blog post, a showcase of the strength of the “fabric of nationalism in America …

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What is “fuel tourism” and why is it becoming a travel trend?

One of the side effects of the Russian invasion of Ukraine is rising fuel prices, which have skyrocketed in recent months. Some countries have taken measures to cap prices and those who live near a border are taking advantage of this. People have started going to certain places just to …

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