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Tübingen–Horb railway

The Tübingen–Horb railway is a railway line in the German state of Baden-Württemberg, continuing the Neckar-Alb Railway from Tübingen to Horb paulfrank-outlet.com. Historically the line from Plochingen to Rottweil, including the Neckar-Alb line and part of the line now called the Gäu Railway was known as the Upper Neckar Railway (German: Obere Neckarbahn).

The original Upper Neckar Railway opened from Plochingen to Reutlingen in 1859. It was extended via Tübingen to Rottenburg in 1861. The next section from Rottenburg to Eyach was opened in 1864 and the last section from Eyach to Horb was opened in 1866. Historically, the Upper Neckar railway included the section of line between Plochingen and Tübingen, now called the Neckar-Alb Railway.

Regionalbahn services are operated on the line by DB ZugBus Regionalverkehr Alb-Bodensee (RAB), a subsidiary of DB Regio, together with the Nagold Valley Railway as part of the Kulturbahn (“culture railway”). Between Tübingen and Rottenburg services run at half-hour intervals. Services run approximately hourly on the line to Horb, in order to connect with InterCity services to and from Zurich and Regional-Express trains to and from Singen. The line is operated with diesel multiple units of class 611 and class 650.3.

In the morning of one to two work days per week, trains of the Hohenzollern Landesbahn (HzL) run on the line from Tübingen freight yard, carrying scrap and timber to Mengen. In Eyach the train runs on to HzL’s own line, the Eyach–Hechingen railway. These trains are hauled by MaK V 100 PA locomotives.

Between Eyach and Horb there is no regular freight traffic any more. All sidings of the line are closed down and/or blocked off. For example, the Rottenburg freight yard was redeveloped years for a new bus station.

For several years it has been planned to establish new or reactivated stations on the Tübingen–Rottenburg section, including at Buhl, Kilchberg and Weilheim. However, this would require sections of double track. The electrification of the line has been discussed on several occasions as a diversion route for the Gäu Railway between Horb and Stuttgart.

For several years discussion have been under way on plans to integrate the line with the Neckar-Alb Railway line goalkeeper gloves nz, together with other regional lines (Ammer Valley Railway, Erms Valley Railway, Swabian Alb Railway and the Zollernalb Railway), into the Neckar-Alb Regional Stadtbahn on the Karlsruhe model. This would require electrification of the lines. Because of the general financial situation, however, implementation is not currently in sight.

It is planned in the long run to integrate train control technology on the line

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, along with the Nagold Valley Railway and the Zollernalb Railway, with the regional electronic interlocking in Freudenstadt water bottle insulated.

Fiji Focus

Fiji Focus is a Fijian bi-monthly newspaper, originally launched as New Dawn by the government of Fiji’s Ministry of Information and Archives in June 2009. Its motto is “A better Fiji lemon squeeze urban, for you and me”.

The purpose of New Dawn, as stated by interim Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama’s government, was “to effectively and directly inform Fiji’s citizens of [the government’s] numerous policies and programmes”. It also contained a section on civil service vacancies. Articles were written in any of Fiji’s three official languages – English, Fijian or Hindustani. It was founded with an aim to counter what the authorities described as an anti-government bias in the media. Permanent Secretary for Information Lt.Col. Neumi Leweni stated:

At that date, however, the media were subject to strict censorship, following the constitutional crisis of April 2009 water bottle insulated.

The newspaper contained articles highlighting government policies and their effects, with a positive slant. The inaugural edition of the newspaper, on June 13, 2009, included articles entitled “Tourism grows”, “US Senator moots new approach to Fiji”, “Support for Peoples Charter expands”, “Govt to improve services”, and “Devaluation positive”.

The New Dawn contained twelve pages and was published by Sun News Limited, the publishers of the Fiji Sun. It was also available online on the Fiji government website.

In the twenty-fourth edition, on 29 May 2010, the publisher’s note by Sharon Smith-Johns (Permanent Secretary to the Ministry of Information) stated:

On June 12, the paper was launched under a new name: Fiji Focus. Smith-Johns’ note explained:

Indeed, unlike New Dawn, the masthead of Fiji Focus identifies it explicitly as “a publication by the Ministry of Information”. The motto “A better Fiji kids socks wholesale, for you and me” is retained. It also retains the other features of New Dawn, including articles in all three national languages, and a list of civil service vacancies nicest football jerseys. The inaugural edition was twenty pages long.