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Moleson Creek

Moleson Creek

Moleson Creek

Location in Guyana

Coordinates: 5°30′N 57°15′W / 5.500°N 57.250°W / 5.500; -57.250Coordinates: 5°30′N 57°15′W / 5.500°N 57.250°W / 5.500; -57.250

Country
Guyana

Region
East Berbice-Corentyne

Moleson Creek is a community on the Corentyne River in the East Berbice-Corentyne region of Guyana, located at 5°30′0″N 57°15′0″W / 5.50000°N 57.25000°W / 5.50000; -57.25000. It is north of Orealla Mission, 10 km (6.2 mi) south of Corriverton, and approximately 90 km (56 mi) from New Amsterdam.
Since 1998, the CANAWAIMA ferry connects Moleson Creek with South Drain in Suriname.[1] This is the only legal connection between the two countries, but before the repavement of the road between South Drain and Nieuw Nickerie many travelers preferred to take a back-track route.[2]
References[edit]

^ Ministerie van Transport, Communicatie en Toerisme – De Canawaima Ferry Service Incorporated
^ Kaieteur News – Canawaima Ferry Service seeks to boost travel

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Settlements in Guyana

For the definition of city, town, etc see Settlements in Guyana.

Cities

Georgetown

Towns

Albion
Anna Regina
Bartica
Corriverton
Fort Wellington
Ituni
Lethem
Linden
Mabaruma
Mahaica
Mahaicony
New Amsterdam
Paradise
Rosignol
Skeldon
Vreed en Hoop

Villages

Adventure
Aishalton
Annai
Arimu Mine
Belfield
Beterverwagting
Better Hope
Biloku
Blairmont
Burma
Buxton
Campbelltown
Cane Grove
Charity
Clonbrook
Crabwood Creek
El Paso
Enmore
Enterprise
Esau and Jacob
Everton
Fort Washington
Good Hope
Governor Light
Hackney
Helena
Holmia
Hope
Hosororo
Hyde Park
Imbaimadai
Isherton
Issano
Isseneru
Jonestown
Kabakaburi
Kalkuni
Kamarang
Kamikusa
Kamwatta Hill
Kangaruma
Kartabo
Kartuni
Keweigek
Koriabo
Kumaka, Barima-Waini
Kumaka, East Berbice-Corentyne
Kuru Kururu
Kurupukari
Kurupung
Kwakwani
Kwebanna
Leonora
Long Creek
Lusignan
Mahdia
Maicobi
Makouria
Mara
Matthew’s Ridge
Meten-Meer-Zorg
Moleson Creek
Mora Point
Morawhanna
Moruca
New Found Out
Nonpareil
Orealla
Orinduik
Paramakatoi
Parika
Peters Mine
Pickersgill
Port Kaituma
Port Mourant
Potaro Landing
Princeville
Providence
Rockstone
Rose Hall
Santa Rosa
Saveretik
Saxacalli
Schoon Ord
Seweyo
Silver Hill
Spring Garden
St. Cuthbert’s Mission
St. Monica Karawab
Suddie
Surama
Takama
Three Friends
Timehri
Towakaima
Tumatumari Landing
Tumatumari
Tumereng
Uitvlugt
Unity Village
Victoria
Wakapau
Wandai
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Naranpanawa Karagastenna

Naranpanawa Karagastenna

Village

Country
 Sri Lanka

Province
Central Province

Time zone
Sri Lanka Standard Time (UTC+5:30)

Naranpanawa Karagastenna is a village in Sri Lanka. It is located within Central Province.
See also[edit]

List of towns in Central Province, Sri Lanka

External links[edit]

Department of Census and Statistics -Sri Lanka

Coordinates: 7°20′N 80°44′E / 7.333°N 80.733°E / 7.333; 80.733

This Central Province, Sri Lanka location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.

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Moomba Airport

Moomba Airport

IATA: MOO
ICAO: YOOM

Summary

Airport type
Private

Operator
Santos

Location
Gidgealpa, South Australia[1]

Elevation AMSL
143 ft / 44 m

Coordinates
28°06′00″S 140°11′48″E / 28.10000°S 140.19667°E / -28.10000; 140.19667Coordinates: 28°06′00″S 140°11′48″E / 28.10000°S 140.19667°E / -28.10000; 140.19667

Map

YOOM

Location in South Australia

Runways

Direction
Length
Surface

m
ft

12/30
1,718
5,636
Asphalt

Sources: Australian AIP and aerodrome chart[2][dead link]

Moomba Airport (IATA: MOO, ICAO: YOOM) is located in the gazetted locality of Gidgealpa, South Australia.[1]
Airlines and destinations[edit]

Airlines
Destinations

Alliance Airlines
Adelaide, Ballera[3]

Rossair
Adelaide, Ballera [4]

See also[edit]

List of airports in South Australia

References[edit]

^ a b “Search result for “Gidgealpa (LOCB)” (Record no SA0067064) with the following layers selected – “Suburbs and Localities”, “Place names (gazetteer)” and “Road Labels””. Property Location Browser. Government of South Australia. Retrieved 20 May 2016. 
^ YOOM – Moomba (PDF). AIP En Route Supplement from Airservices Australia, effective 10 November 2016, Aeronautical Chart
^ “Alliance wins new Santos contract”. Australian Aviation. 
^ “Cobham loses Cooper Basin FIFO contract”. The Advertiser. 

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Airports in South Australia

Public airports

Adelaide
Andamooka
Ceduna
Clare Valley
Cleve
Coober Pedy
Cowell
Kimba
Kingscote
Loxton
Mount Gambier
Naracoorte
Oodnadatta
Parafield
Port Augusta
Port Lincoln
Port Pirie
Renmark
Streaky Bay
Tumby Bay
Waikerie
Whyalla
Wudinna

Private airports

Gawler
Goolwa
Jacinth Ambrosia
Leigh Creek
Moomba
Murray Bridge
Olympic Dam
Prominent Hill
William Creek

Military airports

Edinburgh
Woomera

Related

New South Wales
Northern Territory
Queensland
Tasmania
Victoria
Western Australia
Territories of Australia

Airports in bold have scheduled service

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William Morris (Canadian businessman)

For other people with the same name, see William Morris (disambiguation).
William Morris (October 31, 1786–June 29, 1858) was a businessman and political figure in Upper Canada.
He was born in Paisley, Scotland in 1786, the son of a Scottish manufacturer. His family came to Upper Canada in 1801, where his father set up an import-export business. The business failed and his father retired to a farm near Elizabethtown (Brockville). After the death of his father, he opened a general store with his brother, Alexander. He joined the militia during the War of 1812.
In 1816, he opened a second store in the new settlement at Perth. In 1818, he was appointed justice of the peace in the area and, in 1820, he was elected to the 8th Parliament of Upper Canada representing Carleton. He represented Carleton and then Lanark until 1836, when he was appointed to the Legislative Council. He also served as lieutenant-colonel in the local militia. He was involved in setting up the first canal connecting the Tay River to Lower Rideau Lake in 1834.
Although conservative, he was not part of the elite Family Compact, due in part to his strong affiliation with the Church of Scotland. His efforts to have the church recognized as one of the two national churches in the British Empire resulted in the creation of the Synod of the Presbyterian Church of Canada. He also played a major role in establishing Queen’s College, later Queen’s University and was the first chairman of the board of trustees. He was appointed to the Legislative Council when Upper and Lower Canada were united in 1841. In 1842, he was appointed warden for the Johnstown District. In 1844, he became receiver general for the United Canadas. In 1846, he became president of the Executive Council.
He suffered a stroke in 1853, at which point, he retired from active public life; he died at Montreal in 1858.
He is the brother of James Morris (Canada West politician)
See also[edit]

John Barclay
William Bell

External links[edit]

Biography at the Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online

Authority control

WorldCat Identities
VIAF: 104526414
LCCN: no2012091414

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Ruszków

Ruszków may refer to the following places:

Ruszków, Łódź Voivodeship (central Poland)
Ruszków, Masovian Voivodeship (east-central Poland)
Ruszków, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship (south-central Poland)

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