In what marks a first for Quebec, a new drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination clinic will open at the Montreal’s Trudeau International Airport. The centre, which was unveiled Tuesday morning, comes as the province gradually expands inoculation access to the general population. “It’s a great initiative and it will contribute to the success of wanting to […]

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In the claim of Gray v Wagga Wagga City Council [2021] NSWDC 108, the plaintiff failed to prove negligence against the Wagga Wagga City Council after an automatic door at an airport closed and struck her, injuring her neck, left shoulder and back. Background facts On 21 September 2017, Ms Gray was accompanying her mother […]

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Assistive Technology, Universal Design, February 15 2019 Last week airport representatives announced a sponsorship agreement with the New South Wales (NSW) Wheelchair Rugby League that will see players act as accessibility consultants during development. In Australia, approximately 18.3 percent of the population has one or more disability. “We want to go over and above our legislative requirements when it […]

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Gatwick Airport re-opens with anti-drone technology

Posted on December 21st, 2018 by Best Brothers Group

Gatwick Airport re-opened following 36 hours of disruption caused by multiple drone sightings in the vicinity of the UK’s second busiest airport. While the rouge drones and their pilots remained undiscovered, the airport was able to re-open thanks to the addition of extra anti-drone technology measures to counter the threat. According to the British Airline […]

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