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Mäntän talopaloa epäillään tahallaan sytytetyksi – vinkistä luvassa palkkio
Poliisi epäilee Mäntässä toissa sunnuntaina omakotitalon tuhonnutta tulipaloa tahallaan sytytetyksi. Paloa tutkitaan tuhotyönä.Vakuutusyhtiö on luvannut merkittävän palkkion paloon liittyvästä varteenotettavasta vinkistä. Vihjeitä ja tietoja voi lähettää poliisille sähköpostitse osoitteeseen vihjeet.pirkanmaa@poliisi.fi...
Jyväskylän Rajakatu ja Puistokatu saavat uuden päällysteen – tietyöt vaikuttavat liikkumiseen ja pysäköintiin
Jyväskylän Rajakadulla ja Puistokadulla tehdään juhannuksen jälkeen jyrsintä- ja päällystystöitä. Vanhan päällysteen jyrsintätyöt alkavat tiistai-iltana 27. kesäkuuta Rajakadulla, josta jyrsin jatkaa Puistokadulle.Päällystystöiden on tarkoitus alkaa seuraavalla viikolla. Töiden arvioitu kokonaiskesto...
World Bank Debars B.V. Scheepswerf Damen Gorinchem (Damen Shipyards Gorinchem) for 18 Months
WASHINGTON, March 16, 2016 – The World Bank this week debarred Damen Shipyards Gorinchem (Damen) for 18 months.  The company engaged in a fraudulent practice under the West Africa Regional Fisheries Program (Phase 1). An investigation by the World Bank Integrity Vice Presidency revealed evidence that Damen engaged in a fraudulent practice by failing to disclose an agent and the amount of commissions due to the agent when it submitted its bid for the supply of a Fisheries Patrol Boat under the West Africa Regional Fisheries Program (Phase 1) in Sierra Leone in early 2013. “This case demonstrates what it takes to meet the World Bank integrity standard in terms of acknowledging misconduct, cooperating with investigators and raising the bar on compliance,” said Leonard McCarthy World Bank Integrity Vice Presidency. The sanction is part of a Negotiated Resolution Agreement. Damen has cooperated with the World Bank’s investigation and has taken remedial action, including strengthening its corporate compliance program. For these reasons the debarment period was reduced to 18 months. Under the Agreement the company will continue to cooperate with the World Bank Integrity Vice Presidency. In addition, the debarred entity is required to comply with The World bank’s Integrity Guidelines prior to their release from the debarment list. The debarment of Damen Shipyard Gorinchem qualifies for cross-debarment by other MDBs under the Agreement of Mutual Recognition of Debarments that was signed on April 9, 2010.  
Building Arusha: One City’s Journey to Better Urban Services, Access and Quality of Life
ARUSHA, August 12, 2014 – With lush green mountains draped by a spectacular blue sky and simple green spaces, Arusha is known for its natural beauty. Now, thanks to a deliberate campaign to further improve the city’s infrastructure, its allure is further enhanced by improved city streets, access to basic services and a better quality of life for its citizens. The ongoing infrastructure development in Arusha is being financed through the Tanzania Strategic Cities Project (TSCP), with funding totalling $213 million by the World Bank Group and $6 million from the Danish government. The program, which started two years ago, targets Tanzania’s growing medium-sized cities, including Arusha and six other local government authorities (LGAs): Tanga, Mwanza, Kigoma, Mbeya, Mtwara and Dodoma. 
Building Mtwara: Strengthening City Infrastructure to Meet the Population Demand
MTWARA, August 12, 2014 – Just 7km outside Mtwara’s city center, the town’s first landfill is being built atop Mangaimba Hill. Garbage trucks and tractors are the only traffic along the road, delivering nearly 31 tons of solid waste daily from different parts of the budding town. While one part of the seven ha site is being used for dumping, the rest of the area is being developed into a new, modern landfill. Mtwara is one of seven cities implementing the Tanzania Strategic Cities Project (TSCP), with funding totalling $213 million by the World Bank Group, and $6 million in co-financing from the Danish government. The TSCP is supporting cities in the purposeful planning of infrastructure development, especially in light of projections of doubling of urban populations by 2030.  
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