Qantas has advised its former chief execuive and non-executive director, James Strong passed away over the weekend, after suffering lung complications following surgery.According to Mr Strong’s family, he passed away peacefully in Sydney, The Brisbane Times reported.Qantas chairman Leigh Clifford said Mr Strong was an “exceptional business leader” and would be “greatly missed”.“James was well liked and respected by Qantas employees and his Board colleagues,” Mr Clifford said.“On behalf of thousands of friends at Qantas, I extend our deepest condolences to James’ family, colleagues and friends. Mr Strong held the chief executive role at Qantas from 1993 to 2000 and was made non-executive director in 2006. The former Qantas CEO also sat as chairman of Insurance Australia Group between 2001 and 2010.e-Travel Blackboard sends its condolences to Mr Strong’s family and friends.Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J. The passing of James Strong. Image: Saxton.com.au
May 28, 2002 Metal shop managerRonChandler andworkshop apprentice Malcolm Sutherland are working on the railingoutside Paolo’s apartment. [Photo: T & text: RL] All metal work onsite is custom made. This swooping curve railing took a tremendousamount of energy to manufacture and install. [Photo: T & text: RL]
Categories: Bollin News,News 19Feb Rep. Bollin applauds House Republican Action Plan State Rep. Ann Bollin, of Brighton Township, joined colleagues today to unveil the 2019-20 Michigan House Republican Action Plan, titled “Leading the Way for an Even Better Michigan.”The policy plan highlights the key areas to focus on for the current legislative term and will build on recent successes to create an even better Michigan for our children and grandchildren.“Fixing our roads, lowering auto insurance rates, and protecting the most vulnerable will lead to an even brighter tomorrow,” said Bollin. “We will work hard to ensure Michigan taxpayers get the best possible return on their investments.“I look forward to working together with all of my House colleagues to prioritize policy that will build Michigan’s future and lead the way for future generations,” Bollin said.Rep. Bollin served as a member of the Policy Action Plan Committee to develop the plan.The 2019-2020 House Republican Action Plan may be viewed at http://gophouse.org/leading-the-way/###
This year’s ANGA COM exhibition in Cologne recorded 17,000 participants by the end of the show, with visitor numbers up 1.5% year-on –year and congress attendees up 15% to over 2,000.This year saw ANGA COM team with state-supported regional media conference the Medienforum NRW to create a joint offering. Other partners include industry associations Bitkom, Breko, Deutsche TV-Plattform, DVB, SCTE, VATM, VPRT, and ZVEI.Next year, ANGA COM will be held from June 9-11 at the Cologne Messe.