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New BillerudKorsnäs products meet growing demand for paper bags and carriers

With the European Parliament voting to significantly cut plastic bag use by 2019, BillerudKorsnäs has launched two new families of paper for use in carriers for the food and retail sectors. The products offer outstanding value, quality, and flexibility and are produced from renewable raw materials. The fact that they are biodegradable means they pose far less of a threat to waterways than plastics BillerudKorsnäs has launched two new paper product families, aimed at meeting growing demand for paper bags and carriers within the retail and food sectors. The Xpression and Basix product lines

University of Hertfordshire researchers take their science to Parliament

Two researchers from the University of Hertfordshire are attending Parliament to present their science to a range of politicians and a panel of expert judges as part of SET for Britain on Monday 17th March. Dr Nick Kassouf, 37, from Wembley in London, and Tony Dawkins, 22, from Loughton in Essex, were shortlisted from hundreds of applicants to appear in Parliament and present their research. Both will present posters about their research areas and be judged against dozens of other scientists’ research in the only national competition of its kind. Nick and Tony’s research has been entered

The Riksbank transfers SEK 3.3 billion to the Treasury

The General Council of the Riksbank has, in accordance with the Sveriges Riksbank Act, submitted a proposal to the Riksdag (the Swedish parliament) regarding the allocation of the Riksbank's profits for the financial year 2013. The General Council proposes that SEK 3.3 billion be transferred to the Treasury. The amount of the proposal has been calculated in accordance with the guidelines applied for the transfer of the Riksbank's profit since 1988. According to these guidelines, 80 per cent of the average profit over the last five years – following certain adjustments – is transferred to the

Security committee in Swiss Parliament votes “yes” to Gripen E procurement

Earlier today, the security committee of the National Council (Nationalrat) in the Swiss Parliament debated and voted “yes” to the procurement of Gripen E.

Real estate agent Chris Allen attends conference on economy, riding redistribution and real estate

Chris Allen, vice president of the Scarborough-Guildwood Conservative EDA (Electoral District Association), recently attended the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) EDA Presidents Meeting to discuss the coming riding redistribution and other matters. Mr. Allen, of Slavens & Associates Real Estate inc., attended to represent the people in his Scarborough-Guildwood district and to learn more about what Parliament has planned so he could share that with clients and residents alike.

A New Interactive Dining Experience Takes Over Atlanta

Atlanta, Georgia (April 25, 2012) – Green Frog Entertainment, an Atlanta-based full service production company responsible for creating some of the best commercials and graphics in the entertainment industry, gives interactive dinner theater a new twist. This spring, Atlantans will have the opportunity to channel their inner detective as they encounter intrigue, mystery, and scandal during “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Senate” at various restaurants around town.

A New Interactive Dining Experience Takes Over Atlanta

Atlanta, Georgia (April 25, 2012) – Green Frog Entertainment, an Atlanta-based full service production company responsible for creating some of the best commercials and graphics in the entertainment industry, gives interactive dinner theater a new twist. This spring, Atlantans will have the opportunity to channel their inner detective as they encounter intrigue, mystery, and scandal during “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Senate” at various restaurants around town.
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