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Canada - Weary Residents Ask Federal Agency To Mediate In Go Transit Noise Dispute
Friday, 19th June 2009

"Toronto residents who live near Dupont Street and Dundas Street West have asked the Canadian Transportation Agency to mediate in a dispute over noise with GO Transit."


Australia - Delegation From Wodonga
Friday, 19th June 2009

"A delegation from Wodonga is on its way to Canada to showcase a new dispute-resolution strategy."


USA - City, Teamsters Reach Contract Negotiations Impasse
Friday, 19th June 2009

"Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service Commissioner Jim Rucks from Bakersfield will meet with city and union representatives Wednesday and Thursday. The mediation service is provided at no cost to the city or the union."


Jamaica - Tower Hill Added To Community Justice Tribunal Pilot Project
Friday, 19th June 2009

"Tower Hill in St. Andrew has been added to the list of communities to benefit from a pilot project for the development of Community Justice Tribunals, as the Government moves forward with the implementation of the restorative justice policy."


USA - City Still Aims For Poultry Plant Sale
Friday, 19th June 2009

"Judge Michael Lynn of the North Texas Division of U.S. Bankruptcy Court ordered Pilgrim's Pride, the El Dorado investor group and another group trying to buy a sister plant in Douglas, Ga., back into mediation on the sales."


Malta - Health Dept Invites MAM To Refer Dispute For Conciliation
Friday, 12th June 2009

"The director general for Health John Cachia said that the Health department was ready to participate in a reconciliatory meeting if the Medical Association of Malta (MAM) would suspend the threat of strike action."


UK (Scotland) - Cut In Young Offenders Welcomed
Friday, 12th June 2009

"Consultant Ian Chapman, a lecturer in restorative justice at Ulster University, presented the Grampian Police statistics as part of his 2008 Moray Youth Justice report."


Canada - African Prison Chaplains Study Canadian System
Friday, 12th June 2009

"Four prison chaplains from Africa are touring Canada to see how restorative justice is handled here."


USA - Service Dispute Heads To Mediation
Friday, 12th June 2009

"Suwanee Mayor Dave Williams, a leader in the negotiations said the issues, which revolve around services such as police and transportation and how residents are taxed, were not resolved Wednesday."


Qatar - 35 Percent Decline In The Number Of Notices Of Strike
Friday, 12th June 2009

"NCMB data also showed that cases of preventive mediation went down from 189 last year to 167 this year, but the number of affected workers rose from 43,076 to 49,555."


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