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‘Much scope’ for Singapore, Italy to explore cooperation: President Tony Tan

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

ROME: Singapore President Tony Tan Keng Yam has said that there is “much scope” for Singapore and Italy to explore cooperation.

He spoke after meeting Italian President Sergio Mattarella at the Piazza del Quirinale on Monday (May 23), where he also received a ceremonial welcome. 545 more words

Current Affairs

Eden's Journal- 5 Months

With Ben being in Ghana for most of this last month, Eden and I have had lots of time to bond and get to know one another even more! 561 more words

Family & Baby

Geopolitical developments and tensions in Singapore, around the world

(Source: themiddleground.sg)

NEWS this morning is on geopolitical developments and tensions in Singapore, and around the world.

Following his four-day working trip to Russia – where Singapore signed a memorandum of understanding with the Eurasian Economic Community comprising Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan – Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong expressed cautious optimism for a free trade agreement between Singapore and the Eurasian Economic Union, which has a population of 180 million and gross domestic product of $5.8 trillion. 416 more words

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Aldermen Consider Tax Breaks for Downtown Projects

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – It would be the first new office building downtown since the Met Square building.

The St. Louis Board of Aldermen is considering possible tax breaks for a couple of downtown development projects. 201 more words


Music shows and happenings

How’s it? It’s been too long, but we haven’t been idling away.

April was a busy month, with a performance at the Local Motion show (you must go and check out Antenna Man on June 11th @ 8pm – Rock / Country extraordinaire!), a set on NPR’s Local Motion segment with the dear Mat Davis and the one and only DJ Kyle Long, a night at one of our favorites: New Day Mead and Cider and then the inaugural Wind + Water Festival. 351 more words


Car Batteries Are Still Toddlers, Don't Stunt Their Growth

I recently finished The Powerhouse by Steve Levine, which tells the tale of the lithium ion battery and its evolving application to electric cars. What I was somewhat shocked to learn was that although lithium ion technology has existed for decades, the lithium ion batteries that are going into the Teslas and Volts was developed in my lifetime, and for the newer generation models, within the last five years. 647 more words


Thoughts on Two Developments – Range Deal and the Price of Oil

The Range Deal With the Range’s planned purchase of Memorial Resource Development, one has to wonder if the deal will cause Range to shift some of its attention away from the Appalachian Basin to a section in Louisiana called the “Cotton Valley.” Range and other operators in the Appalachian Basin are facing challenges to many Continue reading The post Thoughts on Two Developments – Range Deal and the Price of Oil appeared first on Shale Directories. 6 more words