Archive for October, 2018

Europe, Innovation, Technology, Travel

Valletta Harbour Malta

Ports as Energy Centres 

DP World Column During the age of coal, huge bulk carriers and colliers crisscrossed the globe, transporting anthracite and lignite. Of course, as the world weans itself off coal – with more and more sources […]

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Road Repairs

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Chris Evans, deputy managing director at Rolton Group, reacts to the Chancellor’s announcement to deliver £420-million to tackle Britain’s roads.

“The Chancellor’s commitment to deliver £420-million to tackle Britain’s decrepit roads is a mere drop in the ocean of what needs to be ring-fenced to deliver a capable sustainable transport infrastructure. Announcing measures to tackle […]

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Interview, Oxford

STUART PEARCE MBE

STUART ‘PSYCHO’ PEARCE DRIVES MILITARY TANK AND CHATS ENGLAND GLORY WITH  FORCES RADIO BFBS

Former England captain Stuart ‘Psycho’ Pearce MBE is a force to be reckoned with when taking on a military vehicles skills test for a new radio programme, ‘On Track with Forces Radio BFBS’   After a glorious […]

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Lifestyle, Oxford

PEPE PULL ALONG

Pepe Pull Along Puppy

Pepe Pull Along Puppy Pepe the Puppy is ready for a walk with his new best friend – you, of course! It’s an absolutely brilliant toy.  Take Pepe on a walk around his new home, […]

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Energy Lawyers

LEADING EMERGING MARKETS TEAM OF TOM TRIMBLE AND JOHN BRYANT JOINS WINSTON, EXPANDING REACH IN AFRICA AND LATAM

LEADING EMERGING MARKETS TEAM OF TOM TRIMBLE AND JOHN BRYANT JOINS WINSTON, EXPANDING REACH IN AFRICA AND LATAM

London (October 23, 2018) –Winston & Strawn LLP is pleased to announce the addition of leading emerging markets attorneys Thomas B. (Tom) Trimble as partner and John David Bryant as counsel in the firm’s Washington, […]

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Going Out, Opera, Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford University, Oxfordshire, Theatre

Jersey Boys come to Oxford’s New Theatre in December

Jersey Boys come to Oxford’s New Theatre in December

Jersey Boys tells the true life story of four boys from the wrong side of the tracks who wrote their own songs, invented their own unique sound, and sold 175 million records worldwide. Featuring hit […]

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Business, Energy, Technology

CONTIGO SAYS FAST AND EFFECTIVE ETRM IMPLEMENTATIONS CRUCIAL IN A CHALLENGING ENERGY MARKET

CONTIGO SAYS FAST AND EFFECTIVE ETRM IMPLEMENTATIONS CRUCIAL IN A CHALLENGING ENERGY MARKET

In a challenging and fast-changing energy market, it is more important than ever for businesses to be using systems and processes that provide efficiencies and help maintain a competitive advantage. However, research by UK based, […]

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Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Business, Gloucestshire, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford University, Oxfordshire, Poland

Waste Recycling Infographic Vector Concept.

Britain’s relationship with China on plastic waste

The author of the article is Richard Walker, who is the marketing manager at Reconomy. As of January 2018, China has placed a strict ban on the import of plastic waste. This has had a […]

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Europe, Going Out, Julia Gasper, Opera, Oxford

Prokofiev’s WAR AND PEACE by Welsh National Opera at New Theatre, Oxford.

Prokofiev’s WAR AND PEACE by Welsh National Opera at New Theatre, Oxford.

A review by Julia Gasper It was a daunting undertaking to make an opera out of Tolstoy’s epic novel, both because of its gigantic scale and its immense reputation and prestige. Prokofiev started it in […]

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Going Out, Theatre

Rossini’s LA CENERENTOLA by Welsh National Opera at New Theatre, Oxford.

Rossini’s LA CENERENTOLA by Welsh National Opera at New Theatre, Oxford.

A review by Julia Gasper There is no opera in the entire repertoire that is more fun than Rossini’s La Cenerentola (Cinderella) yet it is rarely performed because it requires so much virtuosity from the […]

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