Singapore is a relatively young gambling location, given that the nation’s government first authorized and implemented appropriate laws for gambling in 2005.
The island city-state draws throngs of affluent foreigners, mostly from neighbouring Asian countries like China and Indonesia. They inject millions of Singaporean dollars into the local economy every year despite their lack of expertise in the field.
Thanks to the latest advances in technology, the world of computers only seems to get bigger and better, particularly when it comes to hard drives.
However, despite improvements over the past several years, no matter how large the hard or solid-state drive you have in your computer, the time will always come when you will run out of available space.
Hull City Council is giving away 2,400 bags of compost to thank residents for using their brown bins to recycle food and garden waste.
As part of the “food waste in the right place” scheme, which started in 2019, black bins across Hull were fitted with tags reminding people that all cooked and uncooked food waste should be put in the brown bin.
Residents in the East Riding are being reminded that Household Waste Recycling Sites remain open, but to consider whether their visit is essential.
Many sites across the East Riding have seen an increase in residents using the centres over the most recent lockdown which has led to long waits to use the sites, and queues developing on the highways leading up to the entrances.
Mobile phone recycling is something that we all should be doing in the UK. Over the years the mobile phone has become the device most people can not live without.
Gone are the days when a mobile phone was used for just making calls and sending text messages. Now, these devices which fit in our pocket can be used for everything from entertainment to also keeping track of your finances.
Work to improve Hull’s cycling infrastructure will begin this month.
Plans will include widening existing cycle lanes in areas including Freetown Way and an introduction of additional cycle lanes in roads including Holderness Road, Spring Bank, Anlaby Road and Beverley Road.
A city-wide programme to clean Hull’s cycle tracks has commenced.
Hull City Council workers have been busy trimming shrubs and grass verges, litter-picking, sweeping and removing large items from last week, in a bid to encourage more cyclists to use the designated cycle routes.
Hull’s Robert Murray has so far received more than £1,400 in pledges for NHS charities as he puts his final plans in place for a post-Coronavirus Lockdown charity cycle ride from Edinburgh to Hull.
Restrictions and social distancing measures allowing, Rob, 30, aims to hit £3,000 making the 265-mile two-day ride with two close friends, Spencer Sharkett and Shane Spenceley, who also want to do something to show their appreciation for the country’s front line health workers.
Staff, clients and visitors at a business centre in Hull have launched the final push in their campaign to collect unwanted Christmas presents in support of Dove House Hospice.
The team at The Deep Business Centre are urging members of the public to join them in the effort to donate as many items as possible by the end of this month to help Dove House build a stock of prizes for raffles and tombolas.
Local Transport Projects (LTP) has celebrated 15 years in business during which time it has grown from small start-up offices in Beverley into one of the country’s leading independent transport planning and traffic engineering practices.
Founded in 2004 by co-directors, Tony Kirby and Andy Mayo, LTP has since worked with over 770 different clients completing nearly 3,000 jobs, including 565 transport assessments and 545 road safety audits, while expanding from a team of two to more than 20 employees today.