The government is not responsible for all roads | Tech Reddy

in All News / By: BVI News on November 30, 2022 at 6:29 AM / Fraser Third District Representative Julian Fraser sought to set the record straight by reminding residents that roads on private property are not the government’s responsibility. Fraser said that the government has no responsibility to maintain these roads, which he called … Read more

The growth of the US economy was stronger than expected in the third quarter | Tech Reddy

new york CNN Business — The US economy grew much faster than expected in the third quarter, according to the latest gross domestic product report, which showed that GDP increased by an annualized rate of 2.9%. That’s an improvement from the government’s initial reading in October that showed 2.6% growth in economic activity, and better … Read more

The growth of the US economy was stronger than expected in the third quarter | Tech Reddy

new york CNN Business — The US economy grew much faster than expected in the third quarter, according to the latest gross domestic product report, which showed that GDP increased by an annualized rate of 2.9%. That’s an improvement from the government’s initial reading in October that showed 2.6% growth in economic activity, and better … Read more

Traditional Rulers Laud Wike Over Akpabu-Omudioga Link Road | Tech Reddy

A university Don, Professor Fayeofori Gbobo Bob-Manuel, has called on the Federal and State Governments to focus more attention on the Fisheries and Aquaculture value chain through the establishment of large-scale fish farms throughout the country because of its potential economic benefits to the nation. .Professor Bob-Manuel made the call during the 43rd inaugural lecture … Read more

Government seeking feedback on electric buses – The Royal Gazette | Tech Reddy

Created: Nov 30, 2022 07:45 AM Thirty electric buses, built by Golden Dragon Bus Company in China, are on the roads of Bermuda (Photo by Akil Simmons) Passengers were asked to give their opinion on how the introduction of 30 electric buses will work. Wayne Furbert, the Minister of Transport, said that $50,000 has been … Read more

The UK takes a joint stake in the Sizewell nuclear project • The Register | Tech Reddy

The UK government confirmed today that it will take a joint stake in the Sizewell C nuclear power station, allowing China General Nuclear to “exit from the project”, which it said was “prostituted to generate reliable electricity and clean for 6 million UK homes.” The United Kingdom will spend £700 million ($843 million) on Sizewell, … Read more

290 graduates in professional education | Tech Reddy

Mariner Tupou, Lahaina Tatafu and Samuela Tatafu received their Certificates in Engineering (TMPI). Nuku’alofa, November 30, 2022 A combined graduation ceremony for two government tertiary institutions saw 290 students receive vocational education certificates today, in Nuku’alofa. The Tonga Institute of Science and Technology (TIST) awarded trade certificates to 215 students, in welding, light automotive vehicles, … Read more

Pakistani Taliban have ended a ceasefire with the government, and it is bad news for Pakistan | Tech Reddy

Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) group, also known as the Pakistani Taliban, ended the indefinite ceasefire with the Pakistani government and decided to launch a series of attacks across the country. On Monday (November 28), the TTP ended the ceasefire with the Pakistani government that was called in June 2022. Interestingly, the fallout between the Pakistani … Read more

Pakistani Taliban have ended a ceasefire with the government, and it is bad news for Pakistan | Tech Reddy

Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) group, also known as the Pakistani Taliban, ended the indefinite ceasefire with the Pakistani government and decided to launch a series of attacks across the country. On Monday (November 28), the TTP ended the ceasefire with the Pakistani government that was called in June 2022. Interestingly, the fallout between the Pakistani … Read more

The research shows an average increase in energy bills for households in Stevenage | Tech Reddy

Research by economists at the University of Warwick found that the average household in Stevenage could see their energy bills rise by £986 per year, even with existing government support in place through the Guarantee of the Energy Price (EPG). Without the EPG, the average energy bill would rise by up to £1,705, the research … Read more