It has been reported that the loss of Almaty airport meant the loss of 6 percent of the previous year’s turnover. The bad news is that this decline came in December and none of it was profit made. According to the director of the airport, the business is now doing quite well as there are only three planes that need to be repaired. The rest can probably continue on schedule. It does not sound too bad when you hear about six percent of the yearly turnover being lost due to delays.
This may affect tourism at first as many people will probably book their vacations around this time of year. In fact this could be bad news for many people as many people want to travel during the summer months and winter is also a very busy time. Traveling during these months is very popular. The best time for this type of travel is in spring and June or July.
Other news stories make news. The scandals in New Jersey and New York City are still making headlines as these things happen. These news stories are important to the public. When something happens in New York or New Jersey it affects the economy and many people lose jobs. When a good job is lost it affects other businesses negatively.
Does a news story have to be important? Not always. Sometimes a news story is simply a distraction from the way things are going in the world at that moment. Readers may find it irrelevant but some news reporters are actually very knowledgeable. They are very thorough and pay very close attention to detail.
Some newspapers are also beginning to publish news stories online. There are many websites that provide news stories free of charge. This means that a reporter can write an interesting article that can get the public attention. It may be of interest to many people but if it isn’t newsworthy to the public it isn’t going to do much for the economy.
Readers want to know what is happening around them. News readers will want to hear about unusual events. News readers enjoy knowing that politicians are making an effort to solve problems. This will help the economy. These are all things that newspapers have to keep in mind when preparing a news event.
A news story makes news because readers feel a personal impact upon it. If a story involves human activity it makes news because readers see themselves as part of something larger than themselves. News readers are used to stories where a problem affects them directly. News readers don’t like to read about things that don’t affect them directly.
There are many advantages to having news reporters in the news. They provide in-depth reporting and are available at any time. There are disadvantages to having news reporters. Some newspapers have trouble getting reporters to cover certain events. This can lead to stories becoming repetitive.