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Constanta, Romania Newswire

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  1. Justice Minister jeered at Gherla Penitentiary. Employees protest carrying bags of plumsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 26 | Nine O'Clock

    Justice Minister Raluca Pruna was jeered on Monday at the Gherla Penitentiary, where over 100 employees protested and demanded salary hikes. Around 50 trade union members protested at the Poarta Alba Penitentiary in Constanta too, Mediafax informs.


  2. The first Gerovital store in Bucharest, launched in Park LakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 23 | Nine O'Clock

    The Romanian cosmetics producer Farmec has opened this week the first Gerovital store in Romania, which is, in the same time, the first store of the company in Bucharest. Thus, after inaugurating the new store in Timisoara, the producer from Cluj continues to expand its own national stores network.


  3. Keysfin analysis: Romanian paradox. Economy is growing, poverty is increasingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 23 | Nine O'Clock

    In the next two years, Romanian economy is likely to achieve an excellent level of economic growth, estimated by experts at 4.4 to 4.8 percent in 2016, and at 5.2 to 5.7 percent in 2017, amid the stimulation of the domestic demand, as a result of the fiscal relaxation measures. But the paradox is that, as the gross domestic product is gaining momentum, stimulated mainly by trade, the poverty rate is more and more higher, according to the KeysFin data.


  4. Ocean Endeavor Repair CompletedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 20 | Marine News

    Harris Pye Engineering Group completed repair works during the two-stage multi-million dollar Diamond Offshore demobilization project for its semi-sub rig Ocean Endeavor from the Black Sea, which completed its contract in January 2016. The initial phase of the repair work, which started in December 2015, while the rig was offshore Constanta, Romania involved cleaning of mud, brine, base oil and skimmer tanks.


  5. Fourth round of regional consultations on education strategy on Tuesday in ConstantaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 19 | Nine O'Clock

    A fourth round a regional consultations on Romania's education and research vision and objectives will take place on Tuesday in Constanta. According to a press release of the Presidency, the debate will focus on learning results in the school educational cycle.


  6. City of Charlottetown recognizes service of HMCS Charlottetown crewRead the original story

    Friday Sep 16 | The Guardian

    ... focus on strengthening and developing common procedures for Maritime operations at sea and alongside. In Constanta, Romania, HMCS Charlottetown served as a platform for Canadian diplomacy while a NATO reception was hosted on board. In Alexandria, ...


  7. UPDATE 2-Wheat suppliers shun Egypt as more grain rejected abroadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 16 | Reuters

    ABU DHABI/CAIRO, Sept 16 Egypt was unable to garner a single offer from wheat suppliers at its state grain tender on Friday, forcing it to cancel and raising renewed questions about its ability to tap global wheat markets while maintaining a ban on ergot fungus. Friday's cancelation comes amid a flurry of cargoes either rejected or held from export since Egypt reinstated a zero tolerance policy on ergot last month and applied it retroactively to all outstanding contracts.


  8. Egypt's ergot saga deepens as wheat rejected in RomaniaRead the original story

    Friday Sep 9 | World-Grain

    Egyptian state inspectors have rejected a 63,000 tonne shipment of wheat at its Romanian port of origin after checking for ergot, the first time Egypt has rejected a cargo at source since taking a zero tolerance stance against the common grain fungus. Egypt , the world's largest wheat importer , last week reinstated its hard-line stance despite the policy having made grain purchases difficult earlier this year.


  9. Romanian Trading House Declined to Ship Egyptian Wheat Over Ergot RuleRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 8 | Marine News

    Romanian grain trading house Cerealcom Dolj said on Thursday it had declined to ship wheat to Egypt because of new rules about ergot fungus content, refuting reports that Egyptian inspectors had rejected a 63,000 tonne cargo. Traders said on Wednesday that Egyptian inspectors had rejected the wheat shipment in a Romanian port after checking for ergot, the first time difficulties with a cargo at a loading port had been reported since Egypt introduced a zero content level on ergot late last month.


  10. Children from Ferentari help transform their neighbourhood within City of Energy projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 7 | Nine O'Clock

    City of Energy, the project launched in 2011 by Enel Romania to brighten up the city with the help of urban artists, has celebrated its sixth year of existence through a special event held in Ferentari neighbourhood in Bucharest. Thus, from August 31 to September 2, children in the community had the opportunity to attend arts and graffiti workshops organized by Policy Center for Roma and Minorities.


  11. Black Sea Tall Ships Regatta to End in Bulgaria's VarnaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 7 | Sofia News Agency

    A sailing boat race begins on Thursday from the Black Sea port of Constanta, with two top-class sailing boats from Bulgaria departing from Varna. The SCF Black Sea Tall Ships Regatta , one of the world's top sailing-boat races, this year includes the ports of Varna , Russia's Sochi and Novorossiysk, and Romania's Constanta.


  12. UPDATE 2-Health ministry decision makes zero ergot Egypt's new normalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 5 | Reuters

    ABU DHABI/CAIRO, Sept 5 Egypt's health ministry banned wheat with any ergot fungus on Monday, a decision traders said signals the zero tolerance policy that wreaked havoc on the country's grain purchases earlier this year is back to stay. The decree, seen by Reuters, brings the ministry in line with an agriculture ministry decree issued last week reinstating the ergot ban, a policy that previously hampered the world's largest wheat buyer's ability to import grain.


  13. 50% higher profit in the first half of 2016 for the URBB brewer *20%...Read the original story

    Monday Sep 5 | Nine O'Clock

    The company United Romanian Breweries Bereprod , whose portfolio includes the brands Tuborg, Carlsberg, Holsten, SKOL, Guinness, Weihenstephaner Hefe WeissBier, Kilkenny, the Somersby premium cider, as well as the Granini juices, reported positive results for the first half of the year 2016, registering an increase of the turnover of 25 percent and a profit with 50 percent higher, compared to the same period of the last year. Tuborg, the key-brand in the URBB portfolio, is the most well sold international beer brand on the Romanian market, registering an increase of volume of 20 percent in the first 8 months of the year, compared to the same period of the previous year.


  14. PM Ciolos: The Netherlands hasn't conditioned Romania's...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 2 | Nine O'Clock

    Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos on Thursday said that no politician in the Netherlands has ever conditioned Romania's accession to Schengen on a possible relation between the Port of Constanta and Rotterdam. "No one has asked me for the Port of Constanta when I went to the Netherlands in order for us to join Schengen.


  15. Romanian female entrepreneurship, promoted in LisbonRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 29, 2016 | Nine O'Clock

    Because of the success with over 1300 Romanian female entrepreneur, the conference "They Have Succeed It" will cross the country borders, to promote Romanian female entrepreneurship in Portugal's capital. This international event is organised by ELITE Business Women together with the Romanian Embassy in Lisbon and Romanian Cultural Institute in Lisbon and will take place on the 28 of September 2016, at 6 P.M. This international event aims to bring together Romanian entrepreneurs from all over Europe, to introduce successful business models initiated by Romanian women and to show the benefits of diversity and exchange of know-how between men and women entrepreneur.


  16. Kuwaiti AgriMin would like a replica of the Romanian sturgeon farm in Calarasi in his countryRead the original story

    Aug 26, 2016 | Nine O'Clock

    A nursery similar to the Romanian sturgeon farm in Calarasi that is aimed at the egg production will be built in Kuwait, according to the Minister for Public Works, Agriculture and the Relations with Parliament of the Kuwait Kingdom, Ali Saleh Al Omair. The said sturgeon farm will be erected in Kuwait with support of the Romanian entrepreneurs who have one such farm in Calarasi, at Dichiseni, added the minister.


  17. Dragnea sees no chance for a PSD-PNL future government after legislative electionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 25, 2016 | Nine O'Clock

    Head of the Romanian Social Democrat Party Liviu Dragnea sees no chance that the next government, after the legislative elections at the end of the year, is the result of a coalition of the Social Democrats with the National Liberal Party . The politician made the statement on Thursday in Constanta, where he attended Social Democrat Women's Summer School.


  18. Renewable energy sources, over half of e national electricity production for second day in a rowRead the original story

    Aug 24, 2016 | Nine O'Clock

    Renewable energy sources made up over 56 percent of the national electricity production on Wednesday morning, for second day in a row, according to real-time data on national energy system published by Romanian national electricity company Transelectrica on its website. On Wednesday, at 9:30 am, wind power made up 27.10 percent of the total production , followed by hydro-power with 26.31 percent , while photovoltaic power amounted to 2.71 percent of the production .


  19. Italy's training ship Palinuro docked in Constanta Port until ThursdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2016 | Nine O'Clock

    Italy's sail training ship Palinuro arrived in Constanta Port for Romanian NCO students to take part in a new training campaign from Monday through Thursday. The Italian Embassy in Bucharest announced that the 33 NCO students currently aboard the ship are conducting a traditional training campaign at the end of their first year at school.


  20. Houston doctor rallied a global force for children with AIDSRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 21, 2016 | Chron

    Dr. Mark Kline checks out a patient's muscles ona train ride to Bucharest on morning after the dedication ceremony for the Romanian-American Center for Children in Constanta, Romania on April 7, 2001. The center is a project of Houston-based Baylor Pediatric AIDS Initiative.