Traynor added that he expected private equity firms of all sizes and sector specialties to continue to thrive, especially as they vie with big public firms to buy companies. Have a real advantage in doing deals and, thanks to our compensation plans, in attracting management, he said. Can move more quickly than public companies, and we don have to worry about 10% of the shareholders barking at us.

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Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas, a Republican running for governor, said Wednesday he hopes it can be a model for other cities on the front lines of the state’s opioid crisis. Dubbed Safe Station, the program will allow addicts to visit any of 10 firehouses that are open around the clock. Addicts will then be put in touch with experts who can help them with treatment options..

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Getting around the cities is fairly cheap. Local bus fares vary for each city, but prices are generally around 3 NZD for an adult or less if you purchase a metrocard. The intercity bus system is quite inexpensive and the Naked Bus (Don be put off by the name) has promotional fares for 1 NZD if you book far in advance.

Since mid 2016, Laikipia’s local landowners, who are predominately Maasai, have accused the politicians of a rival tribe, the Samburu, of trying to push the Maasai off their lands, in part through illegal cattle rustling. Clashes have caused 10 deaths and the displacement of 10,000 others, while local language media have been used as platforms for hostile exchanges between Members of Parliament representing Maasai and Samburu communities. The story has now making international news.