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Crystal Reports is a business intelligence application used to design and generate reports from a wide range of data sources. Several other applications, such as Microsoft Visual Studio, bundle an OEM version of Crystal Reports as a general purpose reporting tool. Crystal Reports became the de facto standard report writer when Microsoft released it with Visual Basic. Continue reading
There is a great news for student visa holders and for future students in Australia. The Department of Immigration will introduce new post-study work arrangements in early 2013. These new arrangements are likely to operate as a new Post-Study Work stream of the existing Temporary Skilled Graduate (subclass 485) visa. If approved by the Governor- General the subclass 485 visa will be renamed the Temporary Graduate (subclass 485) visa. By implementing these changes the Australian government is aiming to attract a higher number of foreign students to Australia.
This new post-study work visa may be granted to graduates of an eligible Australian Bachelor degree, Masters by coursework degree, Masters (extended) degree, Masters by research degree or Doctoral degree, provided they meet all the other eligibility requirements for this visa. These new arrangements will help international students to remain in Australia and look for further career opportunities after they finish their course of study. Continue reading
Abuja, Nigeria 07. February 2012 — Consistent with the policies and promises of President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan’s Administration, and underpinned by the yearnings of the people of Nigeria for transparency in the Petroleum Industry, the Honourable Minister of Petroleum Resources has set up a Petroleum Revenue Special Task Force designed to enhance probity and accountability in operations of the Petroleum Industry. The Petroleum Revenue Special Task Force, whose membership is listed below, is charged with the following terms of reference:
Terms of Reference
1. To work with consultants and experts to determine and verify all petroleum upstream and downstream revenues (taxes, royalties, etc.) due and payable to the Federal Government of Nigeria; Continue reading
Leading consumer data specialists, Tracesmart, have begun to integrate and make available the first tranche of the 2012 Electoral Roll. The information offers the largest and most accurate summary of the UK population, and ensures Tracesmart’s customers benefit from the most current and authoritative residency data available in the country.
The information exists in two formats, the ‘full’ Electoral Roll which has qualified and conditional usage and the ‘edited’ Electoral Roll; these are key datasets utilised by a growing range of Tracesmart’s products and services. Continue reading
Peak Workforce, a recruiter with its own mature workforce initiative, speaks out about Default Retirement Age (DRA) abolition regulations that could see local employers fall foul of the law.
Although scheduled for abolition in October 2011, new guidelines set out by the Government and ACAS could leave local employers confused and even acting unlawfully if not adhered to. Although previous guidance issued by ACAS was that the last date for retirement dismissals would be 30th September 2011, the new guidelines stipulate that employers hoping to use the DRA process before it is abolished to dismiss an employee for the purpose of retirement are still required to provide at least six months notice to any individual whose 65th birthday falls on or before the 30th September this year. The retirement can come into effect at any time before April 5th 2012. Continue reading
An overwhelming 83% of senior financial and legal professionals believe private sector growth over the next 2 years will not be enough to support the influx into the labour market caused by public sector spending cuts, according to a recent survey by FRP Advisory LLP, the restructuring, recovery and insolvency specialist.
The firm surveyed more than 100 senior managers and partners in July from banks, commercial lenders and law firms.Commenting on the results, Simon Glyn, partner at FRP Advisory, said: ”he experience of advisers is that clients are still wary of expanding too quickly and do not envisage significant levels of growth over the next couple of years. Forecast growth would have to be exceptionally high among privately-held businesses to absorb the 40% public sector cuts ” which equate to thousands of jobs, and that simply isn’t the case.” Continue reading
BU TINAH CAMPAIGN TAKES TO THE AIR AND THE ROAD Buses throughout the UAE feature huge calls to vote for Bu Tinah Island; Travelers at Abu Dhabi airport also encouraged to participate in global race
Zurich/Switzerland, July 30, 2010—Residents of and visitors to the United Arab Emirates are being encouraged to discover the fascinating Bu Tinah marine biosphere reserve, home to rare wildlife such as dugongs, sea turtles and dolphins. At the Abu Dhabi airport, travelers can cast their vote for the Official New7Wonders of Nature Finalist between checking in and boarding thanks to eye-catching voting booths set up around Terminal One. People on the road will be sure to stare at the colorful Bu Tinah-decorated buses driving around Abu Dhabi and other cities in the Emirates. Continue reading
22 July 2010 – The President of the European Parliament Jerzy Buzek welcomed the advisory opinion of the International Court of Justice in The Hague on the declaration of independence of Kosovo.
“The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has shown its strong commitment to promoting international peace and stability, with regard to what the EU perceives to be a sui generis case. Continue reading
Hindus have criticized His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI for charging for mass on his upcoming Glasgow (United Kingdom) visit. One should not be charged to listen to the “word of God”, Hindu statesman Rajan Zed stated in Nevada (USA) today.
Rajan Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism, argued that it could be a real burden on a devotee who had a large family. Continue reading
Speaking at the start of the European Parliament plenary session in Strasbourg on Wednesday, European Parliament President Jerzy Buzek said on the fifth anniversary of the bombings on London’s public transport system:
“Today marks the fifth anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the public transport system in London which killed 52 people and injured nearly 800.”