Monthly Archives: July 2022

China’s youth reject the country’s hyper-competitive school and work culture

When 27-year-old Lily, from central China’s Henan province, left her hometown for Hong Kong five years ago, she was full of hope for her future. A Big Four accounting firm had offered her a job in their Hong Kong office, located in an elegant building in the city’s busy financial …

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Nagpur: Contractor starts illegal construction in public garden | Nagpur News

The contractor had brought 10 booths (kiosks) to open stores. He had also started work on a ground floor restaurant in the garden NAGPUR: In another case of encroaching on public space, a private contractor has set up 11 commercial kiosks and a giant iron frame for a proposed restaurant …

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Los Padres plans to reintroduce fire as a means of forest management; public comments welcome | local news

Los Padres National Forest officials are proposing a plan that would transform the forest’s ecology and reintroduce fire as a method of forest management, and the public is invited to comment on the scope of the environmental assessment. The Los Padres National Forest ecological restoration project, proposed for four of …

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Aboriginal healing garden unveiled at Alberta Children’s Hospital

Breadcrumb Trail Links news local news “This is our corner as tribal peoples, but it’s also our corner to show others who we are and come together in spirit.” Elder Marilyn Shingoose, Foodscape’s Heather Morigeau and Aboriginal Hospital Liaison Georgina Bird pose at the new Indigenous Healing Garden on Thursday. …

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Fenton Twp. Contractor faces jail, fine for possible counterfeiting

FENTON TWP., Michigan (WNEM) – From the outside, Harbor Landings in Fenton looks like a nice place to put down roots. Drive through the front of the neighborhood and you’ll see solid red brick homes and well-manicured green lawns. But if you venture a little further, you see new constructions …

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‘Hijrah’ moment: Coming out of the dark side of payday loans – Universities

Sri Rahayu Hijrah Hati (The Jakarta post) PRIME Jakarta ● Fri, July 29, 2022 Indonesia has become a promised land for the development of the mobile payday loan market (locally known as Pinjol). Based on data from the Financial Services Authority (OJK), in April, 122 companies provide legal payday loan …

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The strong US dollar is changing the competitive landscape

Darren415 By Jeff Less It’s not often that the markets offer currency moves that lead us to look at pre-Plaza exchange rates. The 1985 agreement of representatives from Germany, France, Great Britain, Japan and the USA came about because the Super The strong dollar in the mid-1980s confounded the US …

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Cultivating solutions to the hunger of families affected by conflict – Democratic Republic of the Congo

By MARGARITE CLAREY Communications and Advocacy Consultant, Mercy Corps DRCand CHRISTIAN MUHINDO Multimedia Communications Officer, Mercy Corps DRC At just 24, Grace Ganisikale knows what it’s like to start your life from scratch. In April 2021, violence broke out in her native Nyankunde, forcing Grace and thousands of others to …

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Historic Pitmedden Garden gets ready for Scotland’s changing climate

Chris Wardle (left) Chris Breadshaw (centre) Phillip Long (right). (Image: Michal Wachucik) The conservation organization has worked with renowned garden and landscape architect Chris Beardshaw to redesign the upper parterres of Pitmedden, one of Aberdeenshire’s most famous gardens. Pitmedden Garden has a history dating back to the 17th century and …

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Hampshire County sheriff candidates compete in the first forum

EASTHAMPTON — Candidates for sheriff are conducting an active campaign, criss-crossing Hampshire County, to introduce themselves to voters as part of a public education push aimed at boosting interest in sheriff’s races nationwide. The Easthampton Democratic City Committee will host a mask-optional candidate forum on Thursday, August 4 from 7-9 …

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WVU researchers come out of their tank to help endangered turtles | WVU today

Wood turtles, or Glyptemys insculpta, are North America’s only semi-aquatic primary terrestrial species. Donald Brown, research assistant professor at WVU’s Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design, is leading a study examining how oil and natural gas activities affect forest turtles. (WVU Photo/Donald Brown) How oil and natural gas …

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Six new things to know about Adelaide this week – 26 July 2022

An acquisition at Magill Estate KitchenHousewarming Series is a new monthly event at the Magill Estate Kitchen (MEK) that will feature 12 guest chefs from across the country over the next 12 months. It kicks off this Thursday, July 28 with Jake Nicolson of Brisbane’s acclaimed Sichuan and Cantonese-inspired diner …

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Bridgepayday has been rebranded as Kashpilot

To better serve its customers, BridgePayday.com has rebranded itself KashPilot.com. KashPilot is committed to providing consumers with a fast, easy, and convenient way to get online loans quickly. With over seven years of experience in the payday loan industry, KashPilot is well positioned to provide borrowers with competitive rates and …

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Lottie Scott’s big green house in downtown Norwich is now resplendent in bright blue

Lottie Scott at her home in Norwich, Friday July 22, 2022, which had been painted green for decades but was recently painted blue. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Lottie Scott lays flowers in the backyard of her Norwich home on Friday July 22, 2022. Scott’s house was painted green for decades, but …

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The organic fertilizer granulator market is expected to grow

Seoul, South Korea, July 25, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Fact.MR, a provider of market research and competitive intelligence, says the Global market for organic fertilizer granulators is expected to reach $874 million in 2022 and grow at a decent rate of 5.2% between 2022 and 2032. With the increasing emphasis …

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Use this app to keep your plants thriving and growing

Discover startups, services, products and more from our partner StackCommerce. New York Post may receive compensation and/or an affiliate commission if you purchase through our links. Would you like to connect with nature? Gardening is a great way not only to get to know nature better, but also to make …

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Vacaville City Council considers funding improvements to Trower Park – The Vacaville Reporter

Trower Park is one of six parks in Vacaville whose improvements will be funded by Measure M under the city’s 2022-23 fiscal year budget. The city council will decide on the allocation of funds at its meeting on Tuesday. Named for a family who lived near the site in the …

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$6.1 million project to build Jamaica’s resilience to climate change and protect livelihoods

A total of 6 million euros ($6.1 million) will be spent on a project that aims to increase Jamaica’s resilience to the impacts of climate change and reduce poverty by protecting livelihoods. The project, titled A Jamaican Path from Hills to Ocean, is being funded in conjunction with a €4.9 …

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How to Use a Car Equity Loan When You Need Money

Photo: fongbeerredhot (Shutterstock) The past few years have been a wild ride for almost everyone, with just about every aspect of our lives transformed in ways big and small. This kind of chaos is hard enough when you’re short on cash, but when cash is tight, inflation is skyrocketingand an …

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Laois Nationalist – SOLAS – French success, good food and fame at last

Sponsored Post The first ‘SOLAS French Festival’ was a huge success – beautiful weather, huge crowds, wonderful French music, history lectures and of course the unveiling of a new 440 square meter mural by Julien Bouchez, Counselor at the French Embassy. SOLAS co-owner David Maher explains: “The Saturday of the …

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Sanitary sewer cleaning, inspections July 25-30

Residents on the streets listed below can see vehicles, work crews, and small equipment. The work crews wear high-visibility vests and appropriate identification. Certain conditions may cause this schedule to change. West Hickman 5 Council Districts 3 and 5 former dr camino dr Cero Cir Cottage Grove Ln galaxy dr …

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I have a lot of debt: can I still retire on time? | Smart Change: Personal Finances

(Kailey Hagen) Even for those with a regular salary and few financial obligations, saving six or seven figures for retirement is no small feat. But for those with crippling debts, retirement may seem impossible. However, this is not always the case. While everyone’s situation is different, some people with debt …

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Featured Project: Little Island, NY

Small islandNew York, New York, United States104,544 sf intensive green roof(Video) Greenroofs.com Featured Project July 20, 2022 Efficient stormwater management is badly needed in our highly developed, low-lying cities in many areas around the world, and nature-based solutions offer many attractive benefits. Such is the case with our current Featured …

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More Doctors Seek Unions Amid Changing Landscape, COVID-19

dr Monique Hedmann, a general practitioner at Harbor-University of California, Los Angeles Medical Center in West Carson, works with patients from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. But her day doesn’t end there. The third-year resident calls patients and writes clinical notes until environmental service staff tell her to go. Then …

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Carley J Roth | Seward independent

Carley June Roth was born on a farm near Milford on July 27, 1941 to Lawrence and Bernice (Klopfenstein) Hauder. Carley died in Lincoln on July 12, 2022 at the age of 80. From an early age, Carley accepted Christ as her personal Savior. Carley attended country school before transferring …

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Bomb Balls and Blockchain | gasoline ga

Blockchain may be central to national security in the future. After the crypto crash, we must not overreact and over-regulate the still new and potentially revolutionary technology Cryptocurrencies have had a bad few months. As Bitcoin’s price fell below the significant psychological threshold of $20,000, shares of one of the …

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Photographer Erieta Attali explores glass architecture in an exhibition at the Greek Monument

Photographer Erieta Attali explores glass architecture in an exhibition at the Greek Monument TadaoAndo. Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth Dallas, USA. Image © Erieta Attali Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/985563/photographer-erieta-attali-explores-glass-architecture-in-exhibition-held-in-greek-monument Hardly any other material can convey an architectural atmosphere as well as glass. Because of …

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Disaster Management Market-​a comprehensive study of key players: Honeywell International Inc, Metric Stream, Rockwell Collins, Motorola Solutions, ESRI, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Intergraph, Frequentis AG, Intermedix

The Global Disaster Management Market: 2022 was recently published by the Mr Accuracy Reports. The report provides an innovative overview of the Disaster Management Marketthat helps business strategists make the best investment evaluation. The Disaster Management Market industry report provides details about the historical analysis of the Disaster Management Market …

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – The farmers market in Hancock attracts newcomers

Monadnock Ledger Transcript Published: 07/18/2022 12:36:04 Modified: 07/18/2022 12:35:40 The Hancock Farmers and Artisans Market, which has just returned after an eight-year hiatus, is attracting new vendors. For some, Thursday’s market was the second of the season, the first ever. “This is the first time we’ve hosted a farmers’ market …

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Cryptocurrency is a peril for the black community

“The future is crisp! states a digital recreation of a young LeBron James in the ubiquitous TV ad promoting Crypto.com. That is, the hype. Savage. Exciting. Cryptocurrency is trending, especially for African Americans. I’m still trying to understand. The Oxford Online Dictionary defines “cryptocurrency” as “a digital currency in which …

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Building a greener Singapore, byte by byte

Much has been made of Singapore’s verdant surroundings, and foreign visitors to the city-state often describe it as a ‘garden city’ – to the point where the characterization has become almost a cliché. In reality, Singapore’s green credentials involve much more than just being one of Asia’s best tree-endowed cities. …

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Greenhouse at Village Square Alabang wins at 17th Retail Asia Awards

THE Greenhouse at Village Square Alabang, the first shopping mall in the Philippines developed by Megaworld Lifestyle Malls, has been recognized for its innovation, winning Brand Transformation of the Year-Philippines at the recently concluded 17th Retail Asia Awards. Recognizing the growing demand for plants and gardening supplies and the need …

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5 privacy imperatives for business leaders

We look forward to presenting Transform 2022 in person again on July 19 and virtually from July 20 to 28. Join us for insightful conversations and exciting networking opportunities. Register today! Due to the disruptive nature of the digital natives who survived the dot-com bubble and are thriving, business leaders …

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News of July 16, 1894

THE IONIA DAILY WATCHMAN. IONIA, ME. MONDAY, JULY 16, 1894. LOCAL LACONIC. Several highway contractors are in town to bid for the West Main Street job. It was raining just a little bit this morning at 1am. Warm, dry and dusty weather. Rain is badly needed. The Tribute Report of …

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How is your garden growing?

Simple steps to promote beauty and sustainability As the sustainable gardening movement continues to grow, static courtyards with tightly trimmed lawns and razor-sharp box trees give way to wilder spaces where bees hum, butterflies flutter and insects squirm beneath a musky-scented carpet of rotting leaves. Thanks in part to recent …

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Outlook for the global asset performance management market to 2030

DUBLIN, July 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “Global Asset Performance Management Market Size, Share, & Trends Analysis Report by Category (Predictive Asset Management, Asset Reliability Market), by Deployment (On-Premise, Hosted), by Vertical, and Segment Forecasts, 2022 -2030” report has been added ResearchAndMarkets.com Offer. The size of the global Asset Performance …

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Sharon McCurdy obituary – Oklahoman

Sharon McCurdy was born on March 15, 1942 to Eugene and Anna Jane McCurdy in Springfield, MO. She died peacefully on July 8, 2022 at the age of 80 after a brief battle with pancreatic cancer. Before her death, she was invited to a celebration of her 80th birthday with …

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Paristown Pointe Village Market is opening soon

One of Paristown Pointe’s most anticipated construction projects finally has a completion date: next month. The Village Market has been under construction since January, according to officials behind the project, and they plan to open the renovated complex across from the Stoneware Art Building in August. According to Paristown Food …

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Angry skaters prepare for a symbolic groundbreaking to demand action at City Hall

Supporters of Portland’s skate scene will take to the streets today to draw attention to the delay in building a planned skate park near the west end of the Steel Bridge. The park, which was designed by Dao Construction and would occupy 30,000 feet on the west side of Naito …

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Jeanne (Jean) Abraham Totah | obituary

Jeanne (Jean) Abraham Totah Jeanne (Jean) Abraham Totah was born on July 12, 1929 to Joe and Dora Abraham in Dallas, TX. She graduated from Merici (Ursuline) High School as a salutator and was a member of the Phi Theta Kappa sorority. She attended Springfield Junior College, where she was …

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Surcharge for the transport of organic bulk goods

THE City of Greater Geelong has selected a trio of contractors from across the G21 region to transport large household and green organic produce across the community by July 2025. Newcomb Sand and Soil (which operates in both Torquay and Moolap), Green Care Mulching (in Moolap) and Wettenhalls (based in …

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Whales in the Japanese countryside: proud thieves in search of the riches of the sea

Fourth of 5 parts Part 1: Whales in the Japanese Landscape: Natural Resources and Production Root Part 2: Whales in the Japanese Landscape: The Power of the Warrior Spirit Third part: WHales in the Japanese Countryside: A Test of Character, Past and Present The Japanese have hunted whales since ancient …

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After Roe V. Wade’s ouster, some turn to economic protest

Jane Long, 33, typically spends a little over $700 on groceries every two weeks. Previously, she spent that money at Walmart. But after the Supreme Court overturned the constitutional right to an abortion, Long — who works as a housewife and lives hours away from the nearest personal protest — …

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The comprehensive plan for the development of the Humber area is a recipe for a new city: dense, colorful and chaotic

Ally & Morrison/Handout A woman is walking down a street towards the bakery. To her left rise the knobbly bricks and rust-red painted railings of a tenement; another building on the right scatters the sun with white awnings. Two men sit in the shade of a ginkgo tree and talk. …

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Learn how to remove grass for drought tolerant landscaping

Once upon a time, the grounds surrounding the Maryknoll sisters’ home in Monrovia comprised 6.5 acres of lush green lawns and trees. They’ll never be the same again – not since water is so scarce and expensive these days – but the Maryknoll Sisters of St Dominic’s retired nuns, some …

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Climate activists are concerned after Biden released a review of the Alaskan oil project

Comment on this story comment The Biden administration released a new environmental assessment of a controversial oil project on Alaska’s North Slope on Friday, but declined to do so to reveal whether it was inclined to approve a project that has met fierce opposition from environmentalists and some Alaska Natives …

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Obituary for Earl Timothy Arena – Burlington County Times

On July 3rd, 2022, the world lost a truly unique, one of a kind individual, the Earl Timothy Arena. Earl loved spoiling his kids, taking care of our animals, swimming in the ocean, riding motorcycles, talking to his boyfriend, meeting his family, collecting, going to flea markets, modern art, to …

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Best short term personal loans with no prepayment penalty

Many traditional short-term loans offer quick cash in exchange for extremely high interest rates and fees. As an alternative, some people turn to a personal loan. Personal loans are generally repayable in equal monthly installments over a long period. You also have the option of prepaying the loan to free …

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Practical and pretty courtyards are the stars of the Portland Landscape Architecture + Design Tour on July 16

Has your garden lost its charm? Get inspired as six outstanding outdoor spaces from the rugged to the sophisticated are showcased at the 2022 Portland Landscape Architecture + Design Tour on Saturday, July 16. Ticket holders ($30 each, or two for $50, mads.media/2022pdxoutdoor) meet landscape architects and builders ready to …

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Koshinski Asset Management Inc. Increases Position in SiteOne Landscape Supply, Inc. (NYSE:SITE)

Koshinski Asset Management Inc. increased its position in shares of SiteOne Landscape Supply, Inc. (NYSE:SITE – Get Rating) by 28.7% in the first quarter, HoldingsChannel reports. The company owned 596 shares of the industrial products company after purchasing an additional 133 shares during the quarter. Koshinski Asset Management Inc.’s interests …

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Portal pirates stole my online purchases, but now I have a secret weapon – and her name is Norma | Arwa Mahdawi

EEvery time I decide to do something useful with my life, the universe conspires against me. For example, last week I decided that I’m going to get into gardening. Growing stuff seemed like a healthy way to deal with the crumbling of American democracy and the rapid decline in civil …

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Echo of the Sea / Tongyi Architects

Echo of the Sea / Tongyi Architects roof ramp. Image © ZUZO VISION + 40 Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/984566/echo-of-the-sea-tongyi-architects north facade. Image © ZUZO VISION The “Echo of the Sea” is located in the Rongcheng Ailian Bay Scenic Area surrounded by Swan Lake. Swans travel …

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Private Wealth and Family Offices – Navigating Complexity in a Changing Landscape – Wealth & Asset Management

Family wealth management is becoming increasingly complex. The options available to families continue to increase, as do the number of personal factors to consider. We examine how the trends highlighted by this year’s Global Business Complexity Index are affecting those who manage family wealth and connected offices. As we emerge …

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“One King Alone” by Rachel Kushner

The woman in the picture was the man’s wife, George assumed. Just how the picture was composed and how he’d said “she.” The point isn’t her. George had been married three times. He and his first wife, Jenny’s mother, had planned to inhabit the world together, a small world shaped …

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Newport Beach City Managers Update: 4th of July Celebrations and Safety Information

Grace Leung, City Manager of Newport Beach By Grace Leung, City Manager of Newport Beach On Tuesday, June 28, I had the pleasure of joining residents, city council members and city employees in celebrating the opening of Peninsula Fire Station 2 with a ribbon cutting ceremony and public open house. …

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Marge Hols, St. Paul’s gardener and columnist, dies aged 86

Discussing plants with Marge Hols often led to a tour of the expansive, exquisite gardens surrounding her Summit Avenue home. And talking perennials? For more than one gardener, that led to Hols insisting they take a few home. A plant from Hols had a backstory written in careful script: its …

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How is Durant’s trade request impacting the NBA landscape?

The NBA offseason is always a crazy, dramatic ride, and this year was no different when superstar Kevin Durant requested a trade from the Brooklyn Nets. There is no league like the NBA where the players are constantly changing and the stars are always trying to combine into strong super …

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Tiptree Garden Center unveils new look with local MP

Priti attended the dedication ceremony along with owner Tom Gregan and his wife Nikki. Submitted by the office of Priti Patel Witham MP Priti Patel recently paid a visit to a newly renovated farm shop and garden center to show her support for the local business. Tom’s Farm Shop and …

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More UK households are turning to high-cost lenders, charity says | Borrowing & debt

Struggling British households are increasingly turning to high-cost lenders as the cost of living crisis prevents them from paying their bills, anti-poverty charities have warned. It comes as subprime lender Amigo, which agreed to pay compensation to customers sold unaffordable loans, revealed plans to launch using a new brand called …

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California’s Nanny State is invading household kitchens

Not surprisingly, every top search result for “Senate Bill 1383 Food Waste” returns links to cheap, upbeat summaries of what’s going into every California home kitchen. For example, by CalRecycle, under the heading “Recycle organic materials into new products” there is a photo of two women in the kitchen, one …

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The park on Presidio Parkway is about to open

Students, teachers and parents watch try out the playgrounds at the new Presidio Tunnel Tops Park between Presidio and Crissy Field in San Francisco, California on Thursday, June 30, 2022. (Alan Dep/Marin Independent Journal) Five-year-old Ethan Duran, left, and Adrian Curran-Huberty, both from San Francisco, play with sand and water …

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