The Falklands Islands Public Works Department (PWD) has announced that road works are soon to resume on the MPA Road to the international airport, in preparation for the asphalting to be undertaken this coming season. Work is expected to start on Thursday 31 August 2023.
Due to essential repair work to the runway at RAF Brize Norton, the South Atlantic Airbridge connecting with the Falkland Islands will temporarily fly into, and out of East Midlands Airport (EMA). The final SAA flight into RAF Brize Norton prior to work commencing is scheduled to be the northbound service TOW 2233 due to depart MPC on Saturday 12 Aug. The following TOW 2230 service on Monday 14 Aug will depart from East Midlands Airport.
The government of city-state Singapore, in Southeast Asia, intends to participate in the concession process for Brazil's largest terminal, the Port of Santos (SP), as part of the greater trade negotiation with the Mercosur block.
By Teslyn Barkman (*) - In March 2013, Falkland Islanders took to the polls in an internationally observed referendum in which 99.8% of voters, on a turnout of 92%, voted in favor of remaining a self-governing Overseas Territory of the UK. We spoke for our future.
The European Union countries recovered their beer output levels to almost those preceding the pandemic years, producing nearly 34.3 billion liters of alcoholic beer in 2022, Eurostat said on Thursday.
NASA's Administrator Bill Nelson said Monday while visiting the Teófilo Tabanera Space Center (CETT) of the National Space Activities Commission (Conae), in the town of Falda del Cañete in the Argentine province of Córdoba, that an astronaut from the South American country might soon be traveling to the International Space Station.
For the first time in 30 years Panama is no longer the world’s largest ship registry. Rival Liberia has overhauled the Central American nation in terms of gross tonnage in new data issued by Clarksons Research.
The Brazilian Association for the Development of Inland Navigation (Abani) requested the Brazilian Foreign Ministry takes steps after the Argentine decision to seize a vessel of a Brazilian company in Greater Rosario due to debts in the payment of tolls for using the Paraná River waterway, it was reported.
Argentina in an official release has complained bitterly what it describes as UK's unilateral activity, for having awarded a new license for gold and other minerals exploration to Warrah Resources in the Falkland Islands.
Uruguayan authorities have announced plans to build a prison for transgender offenders, it was reported in Montevideo. Uruguay is the country with the highest per capita incarceration rate in South America, with four out of every 1,000 inhabitants behind bars.