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8 Jun 2015
Buoyed by the seeming success being achieved in housing delivery in the state, Lagos Homs board management has set to introduce different products that would attract more ownership in the metropolis. Speaking on the backdrop of the last draw where 42 beneficiaries took possession of their homes, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of LagosHoms board, Mr.…
8 Jun 2015
FACED with challenges in the implementation of the Environment Impact Assessment (EIA), the Federal Ministry of Environment has completed the review of the EIA Act in order to make it more user-friendly and remove numerous institutional bottlenecks bedeviling its smooth execution in the country. The Ministry’s Permanent secretary, Nana Fatima Mede who disclosed this at…
8 Jun 2015
IN the face of the growing operational inefficiency in the power generation and worsening electricity outage, the Department of Building, University of Lagos will on Wednesday stage a public lecture on Energy Efficiency and Healthy Building.   The lecture to be delivered by an erudite scholar and renowned academician, Prof. Chandra Sekhar of the Department of Building,…
7 Jun 2015
UN-Habitat has launched a new report “Right to Develop: Planning Palestinian Communities in East Jerusalem,” which analyzes different approaches to planning adopted by Palestinian communities who face continued restrictions on their planning rights in East Jerusalem, and who have little to no say in official city planning. In particular, the report highlights the creative and…
1 Jun 2015
MESSRS Airtel Networks Limited has lost a legal battle to forbid representatives of administratrix and administrators of late Dominic Sosu over their right to take possession of a choice landed property, located at 2/4 Abebe Village Road, Iganmu, Lagos, a Court of Appeal, Lagos Judicial Division, has rule
1 Jun 2015
A FRESH initiative that will bring succor and new lease of life to the Makoko-Iwaya Waterfront Community in Lagos has been unveiled, which may become a global example of sustainable and flood-resilient lifestyle.
1 Jun 2015
DELEGATES from more than 90 countries took the unprecedented step of voting for a global ban on pentachlorophenol – a proven toxic pesticide and contaminant found in wildlife and human biomonitoring studies worldwide.
1 Jun 2015
WORK on the text of the Paris 2015 universal climate agreement will continue in Bonn today, as a 10-day meeting to be opened by the Environment Minister of Peru and the Foreign Minister of France, in their respective roles of President of COP 20 and COP 21.
1 Jun 2015
THE urban renewal programme embarked upon by the Lagos State government received a boost last week as three new model city plans were signed, following their publicly presentation.
1 Jun 2015
IN a pivotal decision the 68th World Health Assembly passed a resolution marks the most high level health action on air pollution to date.
1 Jun 2015
FRANCE will produce its own text for a global climate change agreement if countries taking part in UN negotiations fail to cut the current 90-page document down to size.
1 Jun 2015
AS a new administration is mounting the stage; members of the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV) have advocated that public office holders should accompany their asset declaration documents from Code of Conduct Bureau with an evaluation certificate to discourage anticipatory declaration.

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Nigeria’s quest for a 10th Africa Women Cup of Nations title begins today in Rabat where they meet old foes South Africa.
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The rise in prices of building materials has constituted a major threat to the construction sector, housing development by private developers and independent builders who desire to have a roof over their head.
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So far, 48 persons have been confirmed dead following Wednesday’s attack by bandits on a mining site at Ajata-Aboki community in Shiroro Local Council of Niger State.