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Out-Law: Zuma sets course for investment in South Africa’s ‘ocean economy’

South Africa’s president Jacob Zuma has announced plans for a range of ‘ocean economy’ projects to boost growth in infrastructure, operations and skills development across the country. 17 Oct 2014

Construction starts on Nigeria’s ‘first privately-funded power plant’

Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan has welcomed the start of construction works for the first phase of the country’s “first fully-financed private sector power plant”. 17 Oct 2014

Global data protection regulators agree on 'increased enforcement cooperation'

Data protection authorities (DPAs) around the world have agreed a framework by which they can better coordinate with one another on the enforcement of privacy rules in future. 17 Oct 2014

Waveney resolves to approve Lowestoft waterfront regeneration plans

Waveney District Council has resolved to grant outline planning permission for an 850-home mixed-scheme on the south bank of Lake Lothing in Suffolk's Lowestoft area, according to a report in the Estates Gazette. 17 Oct 2014

Lyons' Housing Commission publishes recommendations for accelerated delivery of new homes

The Lyons' Housing Commission published a report (180-page / 2.5 MB PDF) yesterday, outlining its recommendations for how the Labour Party could meet a pledge to build 200,000 homes per year by 2020, should it be returned to power in next year's UK General... 17 Oct 2014

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