Nickelodeon Universe (originally Knott's Camp Snoopy, later known as The Park at MOA) is the seven-acre (28,000 m²) amusement park located in the center of the Mall of America (MOA), in Bloomington, Minnesota, USA. On August 18, 2009, Nickelodeon and Southern Star Amusement announced that the second Nickelodeon Universe would be located in New Orleans, Louisiana and have a tentative opening date around the end of 2010.
The Geelong Ring Road (formerly known as the Geelong Bypass and the Geelong Outer Freeway) is a freeway ring road under construction. Sections one and two were officially opened December 14, 2008. The ring road will extend for 25 km beside Geelong's western suburbs from the Princes Freeway at Corio to the Princes Highway at Waurn Ponds. The road will also connect to the Midland Highway to Ballarat, and the Hamilton Highway. Proposals for a road along this route date back to October 1960.
Malmö Arena or Hyllie Arena is a multi-use indoor arena in Hyllievång, a new section to the city of Malmö, Sweden. Ground was broken on January 10, 2007 for construction and the building was inaugurated on November 6, 2008. It will be used mostly for ice hockey matches, and will have seats for 12,500 spectators during sport events, and for concerts a capacity of 15,000. Hyllie Arena is the new home arena for the Malmö Redhawks, replacing the old Malmö Isstadion.
Vuosaari Harbour (Vuosaaren satama in Finnish; Nordsjö hamn in Swedish) is a seaport facility in Helsinki, Finland, opened in November 2008. The harbour, located in the suburb of Vuosaari in East Helsinki, handles goods traffic for the Greater Helsinki region, while passenger services remain in Helsinki city centre.
BELAM is a defunct plan for a rapid transit system in Belgrade. It was due to begin construction in 2008. It was intended to relieve Belgrade's growing traffic congestion issues, with the first stretch of line opening in 2012. The first line has an estimated cost of 450 million euro, taking some 5 years to complete..
The Bay Islands Conservation Association (BICA) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization founded in 1991 by the people living in the Bay Islands in order to initiate and coordinate efforts in protecting the Islands’ fragile natural resources. BICA’s operation and projects are funded through the support of local individuals, businesses and national and international agencies. BICA has two chapters – one in Roatan and one in Utila.