BEREC announce long awaited “decoupling method” for new EU roaming regulations.

The Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) today (27/09/12) revealed full details of their chosen “decoupling method” as EU roaming regulations move closer to fruition. Continue reading

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Manchester City 1 v 0 Manchester United: The Aftermath

So it’s finally over. After all the build up, hype and predictions was it what everyone expected?

Whilst it may not have been the most entertaining fixture in terms of goals, goals and red cards it was, I thought a tactically excellent game. From the manager mind games of this week right through to Yaya Toure and Gareth Barry’s magnificent performances in the middle on the night. Continue reading

Severe flooding puts the Queensland property market on a slippery slope

LUXURY PROPERTY PRICES in Queensland have plummeted by over 50%, one of the biggest drops in the global market.

Despite being Australia’s fastest growing city Brisbane has seen the price of properties drop by an average of 42% after another year of January flooding.

Heavily hit suburb Ipswich and luxury estates North Booval and Gold Coast saw the biggest drop in the country with prices reduced by 46%-51% on 2010. Continue reading

Weekly Mumble 26th Feb 2012

    So, this is probably something I should have started months ago but as they always say better late than never. Rather than attempt to keep on top of a daily blog. Which as you can tell has failed in spectacular fashion I’ve decided to do a weekly review of events in my life and things that have interested me. Almost a column if you will. However being a columnist does usually infer that someone has hired you to write it for a specific audience whereas I’ve hired myself and my audience is the four people who looked at this website this week (always thinking of my fans, cheers guys). So this week….

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