Capital TerritoryStay current with all the latest and breaking news from Capital Territory, compare headlines and perspectives between news sources on stories happening today. In total, 4 stories have been published about Capital Territory which Ground News has aggregated in the past 3 months.
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Climate Change · Honiara
LEDS Coordinator Solomon Islands, GGGI – Honiara « Carbon Pulse
The Solomon Islands Government (SIG) is developing a Long Term Low Emissions Development Strategy (LEDS) The LEDS is to be submitted to the UNFCCC under the Paris Agreement. A suitably qualified consultant is sought to assist coordination and completion of the LEDS in the first half of 2023.See the Story
International · Capital Territory
Local gov't in Indian capital territory vows to repair roads, provide e-scooters for last-mile connectivity - People's Daily Online
NEW DELHI, Jan. 28 (Xinhua) -- Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal Saturday said the Indian caSee the Story
Africa · Capital Territory
Multiple extortions by area councils in Abuja driving up transport fare, commuters groan
Residents in the capital territory, Abuja have over the past two years experienced sharp rises in the cost of transportation. In some instances, as much as 100% increase, an investigation by DAILY POST has revealed. This sharp increase in transport fares may not be unconnected with the general inflation that has affected the prices of goods and services across the country. The situation has been further compounded by multiple daily tickets imposed by Area Councils in the FCT.See the Story
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Honiara · Honiara
China to gift Solomon Islands police with new equipment days after Australia donation
China will today donate at least two water cannon trucks and a host of vehicles to the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force. The vehicles will be handed to the RSIPF at a lengthy ceremony in Honiara with Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare and China's ambassador to Solomon Islands Li Ming. That ceremony will be held just two days after Australia handed over dozens of semi-automatic rifles and 13 vehicles to same police force.See the Story
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