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2008

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 January 2008 #179

  • Business: China's Role in Africa
  • Business: China Investing in Africa
  • Business: The latest on Zimbabwe
  • Education & Ecology: Consequence of Global Warming
  • Immigration: Foreign Workers in the UK
  • Immigration: New Zealanders Moving to Australia
  • Immigration & Travel: Visitors Visa to the US Increased by 30 Percent
  • Travel: Airport Security Is It Necessary?

 

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 February 2008 #180

  • Business: Chinese Firms Invest in Africa
  • Business: Governmental Corruption
  • Business: Progress for the African Growth & Opportunities Act
  • Business: Saudi's Investing in South Africa
  • Business: USA Predicted Downturn now a Reality
  • Business: Zimbabwe & Pathway to Eventual Shutdown
  • Education & Health: Aids & HIV in Africa
  • Education & Travel: Exploring 20th Century London
  • Education: White Settlers in Africa
  • Immigration: Free English Lessons for Immigrants & Supported by the Tax Payer?
  • Immigration: Refugees From Africa

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 March 2008 #181

  • Business: Cape Town Film Studios
  • Business: Good News in the South African Budget
  • Business: Growth Rates in Africa
  • Business: Future Hope for Africa?
  • Business: Mass Exodus of Health Professionals From South Africa
  • Business: Trade Between China and Africa
  • Education & Environment: Going Green
  • Education: Research Articles from Harvard University
  • Education & Travel: Website for Welsh Cultural History

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 April 2008 #182

  • Business & Environment: The Future of Skyscraper Buildings
  • Business: France to Invest Heavily in South Africa, Why?
  • Business: Mining in Africa
  • Business: New Oil Refinery in South Africa
  • Business: South Africa Being Affected by Illegals from Zimbabwe
  • Education & Environment: We Must Stop This Slaughter of Elephants
  • Education: History of the Middle Ages
  • Education: Jewish American History
  • Education: The Americas
  • Education & Travel: We Are Sad to Announce the Death of David Watkin
  • Immigration: Britons Moving to Australia
  • Immigration: Visa Waiver Program
  • Immigration: Want to Live in the UK, Marry a Local?

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 May 2008 #183

  • Business: Blatant Theft of Farms in Zimbabwe
  • Business: China has now Overtaken South Africa, Are you Surprised?
  • Business: Crazy World of Zimbabwe
  • Business: Depressing Outlook for the US Economy
  • Business: Who Said the Chinese Are Poor?
  • Business: World Food Prices
  • Construction & Environment: England's Answer to the Housing Problem
  • Education & Health: Acupuncture
  • Education: Background to African Culture
  • Education: City of Chester, England
  • Education: Rothschild Giraffe News
  • Immigration: Situation of Illegal Immigration in the USA
  • Immigration: Rampant Fraud in UK Immigration & Citizen Tests
  • Travel: Avoid all Travel to Zimbabwe

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 June 2008 #184

  • Business: China is now buying up Australia
  • Business: Future of Mozambique
  • Business: Latest Report from Zimbabwe
  • Business: Investing in Brazil
  • Business & Education: History of the Modern Day Computer
  • Business: Steel Industry Report
  • Business: Now Japan Moving into Africa
  • Business: UK-India Film Industry
  • Education & Health: Hollywood Stars Help the Aids Campaign
  • Education: British Museum
  • Immigration: Many are now planning to leave South Africa, Why?
  • Immigration: Massive Increase in UK Population Will Make Life Intolerable
  • Immigration: Problems in the UK

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 July 2008 #185

  • Business & Travel: Credit Card Fraud in South Africa
  • Business: Is it Still Safe to Invest in South Africa?
  • Business & Education: Production of Quality Films
  • Business: Kenya is Looking Good for Investing
  • Business: Somalia Deteriorating
  • Business: South African Foreign Exchange Control
  • Business: University of Massachusetts Revokes Mugabe Degree
  • Education & Environment: Destruction of our Home, Planet Earth
  • Education: Lost Book Titles, Forgotten Rhymes
  • Education & Travel: American Experience The American West
  • Education: Rothschild Giraffe News
  • Immigration: Social Tensions Build in the UK
  • Travel: Visit the North West of England


The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 August 2008 #186

  • Business: France Plans Major Move into Africa
  • Business: Latest from Zimbabwe
  • Business: Latest on the South African Economy
  • Business: Nuclear Plants in Africa
  • Business: Entrepreneurs are not the solution to unemployment
  • Education & Environment: Famine in the Horn of Africa
  • Education: Journal of Online Learning and Teaching
  • Education: World of Opera
  • Immigration: Irish Illegal's in the USA
  • Immigration: Visitors from South Africa to UK

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 September 2008 #187

  • Business: Free Trade Zone in Africa
  • Business: South Africa Selling the Family Jewels
  • Education & Environment: Famine in East Africa
  • Education & Genealogy: Tracing Your Roots
  • Education & Music: The Death of Charles Worrod
  • Immigration: South Africans' Being Lured to New Zealand
  • Immigration: Scotland Needs Immigrants
  • Immigration: Widespread Fraud in the Refugee Programme to the USA
  • Travel & Immigration: Useless e-Passports are Being Used

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 October 2008 #188

  • Business: Angola's Economic Growth
  • Business: Future of Southern Africa
  • Business: Italy to Make Heavy Investments in Libya
  • Business: New Report on Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Business: Nuclear Power Stations for South Africa & China
  • Business: Business: Trade Agreements between Kenya & South Africa
  • Business: Business: Wine Industry in China
  • Education & Health: Treating Patients with Maggots
  • Education & Environment: Increase in World Poverty
  • Education: Royal Philharmonic Society
  • Immigration: Identity Cards to go ahead in the UK
  • Immigration: Research Shows Immigration Boosting South Africa Economy
  • Travel: Napa Valley in California

 

The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 November 2008 #189

  • Business:Coal Exports from Mozambique
  • Business: Investor Interest in Africa
  • Business: Mexico & South Africa to Increase Trade
  • Business & Environmental: Programme to Save Water
  • Business & Environmental: Poverty in Africa
  • Education: J B Priestley (John Boynton Priestley) Writer
  • Education: Life of a Missionary in Africa
  • Immigration: Poles are Leaving Britain in Droves
  • Immigration & Travel: Business Visitors to the UK
  • Travel: Flying for Free


The Delamere International Newsletter of 1 December 2008 #190

  • Business: Gold Mining in Zimbabwe
  • Business: Latest Report from the African Growth and Opportunity Act
  • Business & Marketing: Is it Wise to Reduce Your Marketing Budget
  • Business: New Constitution for Kenya
  • Business: Understanding Black Empowerment (BEE) in South Africa
  • Education: Art Institute of Chicago
  • Education: Ferguson Centre for African & Asian Studies
  • Education: History of the Crusades
  • Education: Last soldiers to die in World War I
  • Education: Old Maps of London
  • Immigration: Does Expansion of Visa Waiver Program Pose Threat to US Homeland Security
  • Immigration: International Migration and Human Rights
  • Immigration: Immigration: Latest on Foreigners Banned from Retiring to Britain
  • Travel: Aerial View of the Yorkshire Dales, England

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