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Emirates Airlines is bringing forward its first daily A380 service to Germany by serving Munich from November 25, nearly five weeks earlier than expected.
The carrier said it will cancel 40 flights and delay 24 services by up to three and a half hours while bringing forward 14 flights on Monday with the union holding four hour strikes in the afternoon in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney.
JR Books is bringing forward the paperback release of its 2010 title 'Furious Love: Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton and the Marriage of the Century'.
However, regeneration is not simply about turning brownfield locations into desirable new communities, or bringing forward development sites to create employment opportunities.
HOSPITAL bosses said last night they are bringing forward work to remove asbestos at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd.
He said: "You can see in a majority of cases that local authorities agree with us that bringing forward spending now means direct support for local small businesses, as well as the schools buildings.
THE recent pre-Budget statement by the Chancellor Alistair Darling included two announcements with significant implications for the Tees Valley - one on bringing forward funding for important projects and the other on plans to devolve more responsibilities to City Regions.
It was disappointing that the Government didn't use the Pre-Budget Report to give pension saving a boost by bringing forward plans for automatic enrolment.
What I actually said was: "The government is committed to bringing forward specific proposals in improving short breaks for disabled children and their families.
Besides bringing forward the deadline for a total ban on mercury exports by one year, the Committee also insists that mercury recovered from the chlorine and caustic soda industries should not be re-injected into the market but stored at secure sites for progressive disposal at facilities using electrolysis cell technology.
She said that the funding order will provide the bookstore with a realistic way of bringing forward a case which is in the public interest.