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Email Previous article‘Campaign of intimidation’ leads to two jailed for five yearsNext articleTractor drove too slow on motorway admin RENTS in Limerick fell by 3.2% to an average of €688 per month, according to a recent survey by property website, Daft.ie.Nationwide they fell by just over half a percent (0.6%), over the course of 2010.The fall compares with a drop of 15% during 2009. The average rent nationwide now stands at €830, 27% below the 2007 peak.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Advertisement Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Linkedin In Cork and Galway, rents were largely unchanged over the year. In Waterford and Limerick cities, rents fell by between 3% and 4% over the course of 2010.In Munster, rents fell by an average of 1.9% in the final three months of the year, having fallen by 1.1% between June and September.The average rent in Limerick city in the third quarter of 2010 was €690, a fall of €230 from peak levels in 2007. In the rest of the county, rents are €615 on average, down €185 from the peak.Average rents in the cities, Q4 2010Dublin: €1080, up 0.3% during 2010Cork: €824, down 1.9% during 2010Galway: €804, down 0.3% during 2010Waterford: €645, down 4.1% during 2010 Print NewsLocal NewsRents in Limerick average €688 per monthBy admin – February 9, 2011 550
Find out which associations have received the support of the Ministry of Tourism in the attachment. ATTACHMENT: DECISION ON SELECTION OF THE PROJECT / Public tender for co-financing projects of professional associations in tourism and / or catering in 2019. These funds are intended for co-financing projects that contribute to raising the quality of human resources in tourism and hospitality, ie professional training and development realized through seminars, workshops and other forms of acquiring new knowledge and skills for employees and members of associations, as well as workshops for the general public. . “In the past four years, the Ministry of Tourism has co-financed a total of 60 projects of professional associations in the amount of eight million kuna in order to raise the quality of human resources and strengthen the competitiveness of the tourist offer. Professional associations are partners of the Ministry of Tourism that prepare and implement professional development and training projects that encourage further development of innovation and quality destination management in order to strengthen the Croatian tourism product and its visibility on the international market, ” pointed out Tourism Minister Gary Cappelli. With the aim of raising the competitiveness of Croatian tourism by strengthening professional associations in tourism and catering, the Ministry of Tourism awarded a total of 1,7 million kuna to professional associations and their partners for sixteen selected projects based on this year’s public tender for co-financing projects of professional associations in tourism and / or catering.
Thai oil and gas company PTTEP has made a gas and condensate discovery at the Orchid-1, the first exploration well in Permit AC/P54 located in the Timor Sea, Australia.Spudded in January 2019, the drilling of the Orchid-1 was undertaken to a total depth of 2,925 meters.The well encountered gas and condensate with the net pay thickness around 34 meters.“The result is in line with PTTEP’s expectation and will be incorporated into development planning of Cash-Maple field which contains 3.5 TCF of resources,” PTTEP said.The well was reportedly drilled by Transocean’s GSF Development Driller I semi-submersible drilling rig.AC/P54 is an exploration permit under PTTEP Australasia project which comprises Permits AC/L3, AC/RL4, AC/RL5, AC/RL6, AC/RL7 (Cash-Maple field), AC/RL10, AC/RL12 and AC/P54 in the Timor Sea off northern Western Australia.According to data on PTTEP Australasia website, the project is currently in the preliminary concept stage, which includes considering both conventional Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) options. Full development of the gas fields will require a multi-billion dollar investment. Offshore Energy Today Staff