BP and others are charged over Gulf oil spill

BPRecently a civil lawsuit is filed by US aligned with British Petroleum and nine other companies. This is because of oil spill off in the countries which is worst-ever in the Mexican Gulf. It has caused extensive environmental damage and moreover it has badly affected the wealth of the coastal states.

Increase in the Mine protection

Pike RiverThe union is repeating to discover in favour of increased safety measures in mines. This is indicated to Pike River miners.

From November 19 there was a number of explosions and near about twenty-nine men died in the West Coast mine. The mine ruins closed with their bodies were intent inside though a fire burns.

No job cuts at KiwiRail

Jim-Quinn-kiwirailEmployees working with KiwiRail can take a breadth of relief since the CEO of the firm, Jim Quinn has revealed a decision as per which making of big trains given to China are not going to hamper the job situation for now.

Earlier there were rumors that by giving deal for the engineering workshop, the management has paved way for job reductions.

Private prison conditions very bad in Australia

Private-prisonA union of prison guard's has said that the government by privatizing the prisons is doing more bad than good. At present the Australian government is trying to privatize the Auckland Central remand Prison.

And for the deal, they have shortlisted Serco which is a British company.

Market still in favor of buyers

home-salesThe not so strong housing market has not yet come out of its in-favor-of-buyers phase, in spite of the prices jumping up to 1.9 percent last month and home sales volumes coming back from the extremely low levels during winter, as told by economists.

Akld Airport in $50m Star Trek themed redevelopment

Len-BrownA structure most similar to the Starship Enterprise is the main piece of a retail redevelopment worth $50 million at the Auckland International Airport's departures region which got inaugurated today.

The lit-up structure all covered up with fabric stands up from a tiled trunk and is targeted at becoming one memorable feature for the 13 million passengers who go via the terminal.

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