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Budget Waste Inc.
Budget Waste Inc. Adds Additional Services to Meet the Demands of the Growing Calgary Construction Market
CALGARY, Alberta, March 23, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- BWI (Pink Sheets:BDWT), a premier roll-off waste hauling company in the Calgary area, has expanded their services to include portable toilets, vacuum trucks, temporary fencing and front load bin services to meet the demands of the growing Calgary construction market. These services will provide BWI with a competitive advantage by enabling BWI to provide a single source for complete waste services solutions. The response from BWI's existing clients has been very positive with their clients recognizing the potential cost savings associated with not having to manage a number of contracts for individual waste services. These expanded services are part of the BWI strategy of working with their clients to provided unmatched services to meet their clients' changing requirements.
Netherlands Board of Tourism & Conventions
Anne Frank -- Her Life in Letters
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, March 23, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- Anne Frank - her life in letters is about Anne Frank as a correspondent. We know that Anne Frank wrote her diary in the form of letters. Less well known is that, prior to the diary, she often wrote postcards and letters to family and friends. Some twenty of these letters have recently been made available to the Anne Frank House by Anne's cousin Buddy Elias and the Anne Frank-Fund in Basle specially for this exhibition. This is the first time that the original letters will be shown to the public. Like her diary letters, Anne's childhood correspondence tells the tale of a girl who - against the backdrop of a wartime city - grew from a letter-writer in the Rivierenbuurt, a district in south Amsterdam, into a world-famous author.
U.S. Third Circuit Court Reverses and Remands Judgment Regarding Stolt-Nielsen Amnesty Agreement with Antitrust Division
LONDON, March 23, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- Stolt-Nielsen S.A. (Nasdaq:SNSA) (Oslo Stock Exchange:SNI) announced today that a two-judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has reversed and remanded a District Court injunction blocking the U.S. Department of Justice's Antitrust Division from indicting the Company, its officers, directors and employees in connection with alleged antitrust violations in the parcel tanker industry. The District Court injunction was based on an amnesty agreement between the Company and the Antitrust Division.