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The ICE is looking for papers for a special edition of its Municipal Engineer journal planned for June 2004 on Leisure - realising the dream.

It will explore recent developments, government policy, the relationship with health, demand for the use of scarce resources, and impact on the environment. Papers are invited from professionals engaged in the research, provision or management of leisure in all its forms. Email Kathleen. hollow@ice. org. uk.

Corporate members have voted 5,662 to 234 in favour of amending the ICE bylaws and disciplinary regulations, as proposed by Council to ensure that its disciplinary and admission procedures comply with the Human Rights Act 1998. The amendments to the disciplinary regulations are therefore approved. The amendments to the bylaws must now be submitted to the Privy Council for agreement.

The ICE is calling for papers on the subject of 'Risk and variability in geotechnical engineering'. The papers will be printed in the February 2005 issue of GÚotechnique and feature in a symposium to be held in London in May 2005.

For more information contact Mary Henderson (020) 7665 2240 or email mary. henderson@ice. org. uk.

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