The Indonesian Embassy in Wellington, New Zealand has decided to limit consular services following the country’s recent move to increase the alert level against the COVID-19 pandemic to 4.The New Zealand government started a month-long nationwide lockdown on Wednesday to fight the COVID-19 coronavirus. The country recorded 262 confirmed cases by Thursday. With the move, the Indonesian Embassy followed suit by adjusting the operations of its services for Indonesians living in New Zealand.”The Indonesian Embassy in Wellington will stop some of its services from Thursday,” Indonesian Ambassador to New Zealand Tantowi Yahya said as reported by kompas.com, adding that the situation would persist until further notice. Some staff members would take turns standing by at the office to serve only the urgent needs of Indonesian citizens in the country.”Indonesian nationals who need urgent help can first contact us via a WhatsApp hotline at +6421713167,” Tantowi said.The embassy also provided links to those wanting to get updated information on the COVID-19 situation in both Indonesia and New Zealand. They can access safetravel.id or covid19.go.id. The website covid19.govt.nz offers the latest information on the spread of the coronavirus.He called on Indonesian nationals staying in New Zealand to remain at home and follow regulations issued by the New Zealand government. (vny)Topics :
February 09, 2018 Governor Wolf Announces Transportation Investment to Support City of Coatesville Infrastructure, Press Release, Transportation Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today announced that a transportation investment he’s making in the City of Coatesville is a key step in making the Coatesville Gateway Redevelopment revitalization project a reality.The nearly $1.3 million grant to DEPG Coatesville Associates, LP will kick off intersection improvements to Route 82 (First Avenue) and multimodal enhancements to Route 82/3070 (E. Lincoln Highway) and E. Diamond Street that will improve traffic flow, efficiency and safety.“Transportation investments are key to economic growth, and I am proud to help the City of Coatesville realize its full potential,” Governor Wolf said. “The community is invested in this revitalization project and these traffic improvements will make travel easier and safer as the city grows.”The overall gateway redevelopment project is an estimated $23 million investment in this key entrance to the city, which is anticipated to bring additional development and reinvestment.The announcement builds on previous investments the Wolf Administration has made in the city’s revitalization efforts, including the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s partnership with the city’s Redevelopment Authority to build the new Coatesville Train Station. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
Batesville, In. — First-time applications and renewal forms for the Nora E. Wonning Scholarship are now available online or at the Batesville High School (812-934-4384)or the Oldenburg Academy(812-934-4440). Students living in the Batesville Community School Corporation limits are eligible to apply.Renewal applicants must be full-time students and have maintained a 2.5 g.p.a. on a 4.0 scale.Completed, typed applications, with required attachments (transcript & essay), are due to Mr. Andy Allen, Principal of Batesville High School, no later than 4:00 p.m., April 18, 2019.