Balluku inspects the works in the Llogara tunnel: We are moving at a fast pace

11:36 27/12/2022 The Minister of Infrastructure and Energy, Belinda Balluku, inspected the works in the Llogara Tunnel this morning. Balluku observed the construction site closely, stressing that the work has progressed at a fast pace. “We are 5500 meters in the main tunnel and 3.4 kilometers in the auxiliary tunnel. The pace of work is … Read more

Rama: Arbri Street, reality. In the Murrizi tunnel, you are walking at the pace of a turtle because you need to be careful

10:48 29/10/2022 Prime Minister Edi Rama continues the pre-electoral tour in the District of Dibra. The head of the government held a meeting with the tourist operators, where he said that this year 26 thousand tourists have visited Dibra and this is thanks to Arbri Street. He said that the Arbri Road has not yet … Read more

UK’s Covid vaccine drive set to drastically pick up pace from 15 March

Britain’s coronavirus vaccine drive should drastically pick up pace from March 15 because supplies will ‘increase substantially’, NHS bosses have revealed. The programme, which is crucial to Britain’s hopes of seeing lockdown eased over the next few months, slowed down in February due to manufacturing issues. Ministers promised March would be a ‘bumper’ month for … Read more

No10 urged to pick up the pace of its Covid vaccine drive

No10 has been urged to pick up the pace of its Covid vaccination drive because the number of doses dished out each day has dipped to below 400,000 for the first time since January.    Department of Health statistics show 371,052 jabs were administered each day, on average, last week. For comparison, it almost reached 450,000 … Read more

Coronavirus UK: Britain falls off pace in Covid vaccine rollout

England and Scotland gave out 285,000 Covid vaccines on Tuesday, official figures show, which marks the third consecutive day the UK has missed the 400,000-a-day target needed to reach 15million people by mid-February. Figures published today by NHS England revealed of the 260,307 jabs administered across the country yesterday, 259,306 were given to people receiving their … Read more

Nationwide: House prices rise at fastest pace for six years

House prices rose at the fastest pace for nearly six years last month, as the rush to beat the stamp duty holiday deadline continued to drive up the market. The average price of a home increased by 6.5 per cent to £229,721 in the year to November, according to Nationwide, adding almost £14,000 to the … Read more

Pension dashboard progressing at ‘snail’s pace’ delayed until 2023

The introduction of a new pension dashboard scheme enabling retirement savers to view details of all their pots from current and previous employers in one place is being delayed until 2023.  The dashboard was originally supposed to be launched in 2019 with the aim of helping millions of people rediscover lost pension pots in an … Read more