Category: News

Supreme Court Ordered Reading To Pay Damages To Power Company Worth $53,000

Damaging an electrical component is not a negligible crime as shown by the previous ruling given by the Supreme Court in the City of Reading. This is why many cities in countries all over the world are taking note especially in Bangkok where they value electricity the most because of tourism thus their components must…



Demand For More Gold Coast Building Inspection On The Rise

Buildings, regardless of how tall they may be, are needed to be managed professionally to make sure that they will remain intact and healthy against all sort of problems including the pest problems. You see, when building are clean and the structural worthiness remains untarnished, your building will be safe to use by tenants and…



Things To Do In Luang Prabang Luxury Hotels

Laos is a mesmerizing country found in Southeast Asia. It is a predominantly Buddhist country which was previously colonized by the French forces. In its northern area, the ancient provincial capital of Luang Prabang can be found with all its Luang Prabang luxury hotels. There are so many things you can do at a Luang…



Bristol Entrepreneurs Set Up Website For Rating Landlords

Bristol is currently having some issues with their renting and housing market, with comments about terrible landlords, and bad letting agencies driving an issue in the housing market that leads to rents spiraling out of control, with inadequate supply for the current demands, and with tenants facing the near-constant risk of eviction. This housing market…



U.S. President And VP Subjected To Annual Auditing

In the past decade alone, the number of audits conducted by the IRS has been at its lowest level but there are two people in the United States that are sure to be audited yearly – the president and the vice president. It is guaranteed that each year, the president along with the vice president…



New Zealand In Need Of More Hotel Rooms For Travelers

Last month, there was a group of American tourists consisting of 53 elderly passengers that were caught up in a delayed flight from Auckland going back to the United Stated. They end up staying at a meeting house with traditional Maori set up because all of the hotels located in the city are already fully…



Tulsa History In Photographs Saved By Former Mayor

Dewey Bartlett got the official title as Mayor but what most people won’t know is that he is also considered as the preserver of history of the town. It was only recently that the mayor of Tulsa from the year 2099 until 2016, decided to show to visitors the historical treasures of the town through…



Coal Mines Open After The Disastrous Market Collapse

Opening a mine is a rarity these days but Corsa Coal Corp is doing it. The company that is based in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania will starting operations this coming May and it will be joining Romaco Resources Inc which will start operating its first mine in West Virginia in December. Two more mines are scheduled to…



Northland Pest Control Received Additional Funding

An additional funding was provided to the Department of Conservation for an amount of $380,000 which will be used for pest control. This will be allocated for the Northland forest because according to the conservationists, the forest is almost collapsing. The announcement was made by Maggie Barry, the conservation minister, while he was standing on…



Legal Action Against Building Owner And Manager For Health Risks To Tenants

Following the discovery that several units were unfit for human habitation, the manager and owner of a low-cost apartment building downtown face 377 charges under the Housing Regulation and Public Health Act. Last Monday, Alberta Health Services had to resort to legal action against the manager of owner of MacDonald Lofts after undertaking 100 health…