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2002
  • Education: African National Congress
  • World News: Nelson Mandela sends out an SOS on the AIDS pandemic
  • Business: Update on Money Laundering in South Africa
  • Business: Are you due any tax refunds?
  • Business: Credit Card Fraud and Stealing Identities
  • Business: Benefits from incorporating off shore
  • Business: Off shore tax haven, Monaco
  • Business: Nurses wanted in England
  • Education: The Works of Edgar Allen Poe
  • Education: A great way to review books and manuscripts
  • Education: Who is history's greatest Briton
  • Global Trade: An Opinion on the Changes in South Africa
  • Global Trade: The death throes of a once vibrant country
  • Immigration: The issue of dual citizenship
  • Immigration: A new online tracking system introduced by the INS
  • Immigration: Report show that the INS lacks the equipment and staff to monitor visitors
  • Immigration: Muslims protest against new U.S. Restrictions of entry
  • Immigration: The cost of Immigration to the USA
  • Immigration: The New Department of Homeland Security
  • Travel: Time up for dual passport holders
  • Travel: A visit to Scotland for the New Year

     

The Delamere-International Newsletter of 30 November 2002 # 117

  • Immigration: The Green Card Lottery
  • Immigration: Services Provided by the INS
  • Education: American Jewish Historical Society
  • Business: Investing in Art
  • Business: Warning on Off Shore Investing
  • Business: Dell Computers helping the needs of education in South Africa
  • Global Trade: Mission impossible? Is aid to Africa actually producing results?
  • Global Trade: Poverty, AIDS and Children's Schooling: A Targeting Dilemma
  • Global Trade: AIDS in Africa, What is the Answer?
  • Global Trade: South Africa Launders as much as $8 billion each year
  • Global Trade: China On the Rise
  • Marketing: Keep your marketing and customer target up to date with market research.
  • Travel: Depressing News for the Travel Industry
  • Travel: The Castles of Wales
  • Travel: A day in the life of a flight attendant

     

 

  • Immigration: Do developing countries gain or lose when their brightest talents go abroad?
  • Immigration: 'Hotel ship' scheme to house 500 UK asylum seekers
  • Immigration: Refugees wary of entry limits
  • Education: The History of Urban Planning
  • Education: History of the Workhouse
  • Environment: Global Award goes to the Solar Electric Light Fund (Self)
  • Business: Avoid the "Nigerian Scams"
  • Business: How to prevent fraud in your business
  • Business: Unemployment in South Africa now at 41 Percent?
  • Global Trade: World Mining cuts 3m jobs in five years
  • The move is on again for the Legalization of millions of illegal immigrants living in the US
  • Education: Fitzwilliam Museum at the University of Cambridge
  • Teachers of the English language Required
  • Travel: London to Cape Town Special


  • Travel News: Air travel has become a nightmare for many
  • Immigration News: Amazon and Microsoft Demand H-1B Visa Workers
  • Immigration News: An unlucky immigrant shown the golden door
  • Immigration News: Visa Lottery Comes Up Again Amid Fears Over Terrorism
  • Global Trade: Problems in Africa
  • Global Trade: Investing in Africa
  • Global Trade: The Booming Oil Industry in Angola Looking Positive
  • Business: Isle of Man, Zero Tax Rate Looks Attractive
  • Construction: Homelessness in the United States?
  • Report on the World Summit in Johannesburg



  • Immigration News: Visitors to the USA
  • Immigration News: Visas For Business Owners & Professionals
  • Immigration: Dual Citizenship
  • Global Trade: Telecommunications in Africa
  • Global Trade: Zimbabwe Report
  • Global Trade: Is Africa benefiting from "AGOP"
  • Global Trade: Investing in South Africa
  • Travel: International Drivers Licenses
  • Travel: Visitors to the US Coming From Ireland
  • Travel: The "Air Rage" Blacklist
  • Internet: A Part of History
  • Internet: Online Education
  • Internet: E-Learning Conference Scheduled in US
  • Education: A Gift from Microsoft. Thank You!
  • Environment: Air Pollution in England
  • Environment: Solar Power in England?

  • Immigration News: British overseas citizens to get right to live in UK.
  • Immigration News: Visitors to the USA.
  • Education: False Degrees are on the Increase.
  • Education: How much is a college degree worth?
  • Education: Canada Funds E-Learning Research Project.
  • How to Manage Being Retrenched.
  • It's official - the rich get richer and the poor get the picture.
  • Global Trade: NEPAD must not fail say African leaders.
  • Global Trade: PM Tony Blair's statement.
  • Global Trade: New Development in South African Mining Rights
  • Business: New Laws Proposed in the UK to benefit small business.
  • Internet: Surfers Still Guided by Search Engines
  • Internet: UK increasingly adopts Internet.
  • Internet: Tourism companies urged to "Go for IT."
  • Environment and the UK Countryside
  • Books of the Month
  • Education & Learning Online.
  • A warning to our British clients about off shore tax havens.
  • Is Gibraltar a Money Laundering Haven?
  • World Conference on Money Laundering.
  • Seminar about the Internet
  • Slow Internet Growth Will Hinder Growth of Developing Countries?
  • A New service To Protect Internet Payments Against Fraud
  • Book of the Month Global Trade with Africa
  • Interview with Tony Blair.
  • How Do You Start Your day?
  • News Release Regarding the Issuing of US Passports.
  • Moving Money Between Countries is not so Straightforward?
  • How to remain anonymous while still holding an off shore account.
  • South Africa is a great place for money laundering.
  • Canadian firm to begin Titanium mining operations in Kenya.
  • Victory for the Whales.

  • Business - Currency: The Almighty Dollar?
  • Have you got what it takes to Run Your Own Business?
  • Latest Immigration News.
  • Enter Our Free Photo Competition.
  • Book Review of "Living and Working in Australia or New Zealand."
  • A visit to South Africa at a price you can afford?
  • Property: Large Scale Flower Farm for Sale.
  • The Latest in Gold & Precious Metals Markets.
  • Global Trade News. How you can help?

  • U.S Visa Waiver programme in jeopardy, Argentina is the first country to be excluded.
  • This week the INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service) published new regulations imposing significant restrictions on foreign visitors and students in the US. These regulations take immediate effect.
  • Business - Employment.
  • Latest Immigration News.
  • What You Can Do With Old PC.
  • Construction- Sick Building Syndrome.
  • Never mind Horoscopes?
  • Global Trade-The Great Debate, Loans or Handouts?
  • Business
  • Marketing
  • Global Trade
  • Internet
  • Real Estate
  • Travel
  • Education
  • Construction
  • Business: How Accurate is Your Credit Report?
  • Education: Choosing the Right Career for Your Aptitude and Personality.
  • What can you do with your old PC?
  • Election Time in Africa.
  • USA Increases Aid to South Africa.
  • Book of the Month.

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