Synchronica, the Aim listed provider of mobile messaging services, has agreed to pay $25m for a similar US business owned by Nokia.The deal counts as a reverse takeover so the company's shares have been suspended at 17.25p. Nokia's operator branding messaging business - which came to the company as part of a Canadian purchase - provides white label mobile email and instant messaging services to operators in North America such as ATT, Verizon and Sprint, and has 6m active users. It gives Synchronica Read more [...]
Planning granted for Dartford development
30 June 2011
Dartford Borough Council has approved plans to transform the Stone House Hospital site, with 290 new homes set to be built on the land.Of the properties, 167 will be newly-built houses and apartments, while the remainder will be in a conversion of the former hospital, which is a listed building.Ward Homes, PJ Livesey Group, Moat and the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) are working in partnership on the Read more [...]
Experimenting with Richard Wiseman - Sunday 14 AugustPsychologist and best-selling author of Paranormality: Why We See What Isn’t There, Richard Wiseman invites you to take part in a series of increasingly weird and wonderful psychic experiments. Are you able to read another person's mind? Predict the future? Bend metal with the power of your mind? Sceptics and believers are invited to come along and have a fun time exploring the more mysterious side of the human psyche.
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The overall Lake Forest home market -- older parts of the city, Foothill Ranch and Portola Hills -- had 280 residences listed for sale as of June 23 with 111 new deals opening in the past 30 days.
That means, by one theory, it would take 2.52 months to sell all inventory at current pace of new escrows in Lake Forest vs. 3.72 months countywide. So, by this math, Lake Forest housing is currently moving 32% faster vs. O.C.
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Finco Holdings, which held 80.98 percent of Orient Garments, sold 10,983,400 shares of its holding constituting 20 percent of the apparel exporter's issued capital at an average price of 28.07 rupees a share.
Orient Garments shot up 21.30 percent or 4.90 rupees to close at 27.90 rupees on its trading debut Wednesday, from its reference price of 23 at which a stake had been sold in a private placement earlier.
Altogether 15 million shares changed hands Wednesday, hitting a high of 40 rupees Read more [...]
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This fascinating Grade II listed house right on the seafront at
Sandwich Bay is now on the market for £1.35m.
Kentlands was believed to have been built in about 1920 by the
architect CH Biddulph-Pinchard from two 17th century houses near
Dover, along with timbers from dismantled barns.
As well as the main house, also on the plot is an annexe Read more [...]
Jump to it ... there's plenty on at the snow this season.
The Australian ski season is well under way and with the opening of Coronet Peak, Mt Hutt and Snowpark this week the New Zealand season is finally starting thanks to the wonders of man-made snow technology. Have faith our Kiwi cousins, we are all doing a snow dance for you.
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Brighton’s Grade II listed pier has been put up for sale for the first time in 25 years.
Noble Group, the leisure and amusements operator, is to sell the pier after having spent £35m since 1984 renovating the pier.The company will sell the pier within its holding company, the Brighton Marine Palace Pier Company, which was established by an act of parliament in 1888 to develop and operate the pier.David Biesterfield, Noble’s development director, said: “Over eight million visitors Read more [...]
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APThe economy may be struggling, but there is still a solid market out there for five-bedroom houses with a solarium, pond, and putting green in the Cincinnati area.
The sale of Carson Palmer’s house, originally listed for $2.1 million, closed on Wednesday according to Channel 9 in Cincinnati.
It is hard to imagine Palmer returning to the Bengals now after everything that has happened this offseason, but we’ve seen too many offseason player-team wars end with a peace accord to assume anything Read more [...]