Rafael Nadal: The Australian Open is much more important than any player

The Australian Open is more important than one player and will be a big tournament ‘with or without’ Novak Djokovic, according to Rafael Nadal. The Spaniard has made it clear on several occasions that he disagrees with Djokovic’s resistance to the Covid-19 vaccination and the extent to which his ongoing …

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Residents express concern about traffic and privacy with new developments

BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WECT) – Residents of the Waterford community of Leland have raised concerns about a new three-story apartment complex planned next to their community. Leland town leaders met with residents of Waterford on Friday afternoon to discuss their concerns and answer any questions people may have. One of …

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Closure of Redlands Sports Center in Weymouth – have your say

A public meeting is due to take place this weekend on the planned closure of the Redlands Community Sports Hub after it emerged the site is being considered for housing. Campaigners said it would be a ‘disaster’ for Weymouth if the establishment closed. A feasibility study has been carried out …

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Brittany Ferries agreement for the sale of Cap Finistère to an Italian operator

The operator Brittany Ferries has confirmed that it is in the final stages of negotiations for the sale of Cap Finistère to the Italian shipping company GNV. The development comes as the Roscoff-based company prepares to welcome its next vessel to the fleet, the Salamanca (second of five “E-Flexer” class …

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Business Loan Qualifications: How to Qualify for Financing

Getting a small business loan can be overwhelming and sometimes frustrating. Understand what is required to qualify for a business loan to facilitate the process of applying for and obtaining business financing. Most small business financing is based on three main criteria: income, credit, and time in business. Depending on …

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Man assaulted in front of a McDonald’s in Boscombe

A MAN was punched in the face in front of a McDonald’s before being assaulted and robbed again in Boscombe. Between 4 a.m. and 5 a.m. on Wednesday 29 December, it is reported that the victim – a Bournemouth man in his 20s – was punched in the face by …

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“The demand for personnel continues to grow”

Demand for personnel is increasing across the country amid a continuing decline in the number of job applicants, according to a new study. Recruiters said they are placing a record number of permanent and temporary workers in jobs. Competition for workers has driven up starting pay rates for permanent and …

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Housing growth continues in the region

Housing prices increased by up to 12% in the region in 2021 House prices have risen by up to 12% in 2021, although they are expected to moderate to around 3% in 2022, according to Michael Williams, a partner at Morris, Marshall and Poole with Aberystwyth-based Norman Lloyd. ‘We have …

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Alabama state legislature opens session with record budget, warning

Alabama could enter 2023 with the largest budgets in state history. But the message from two of Alabama’s financial officials on Tuesday was caution. In budget presentations ahead of the start of the 2022 legislative session on Tuesday, Kirk Fulford, deputy director of the Legislative Services Agency’s tax division and …

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‘Disrespectful’ leak of Prime Minister’s statement on Covid investigated

The Scottish government has opened an investigation into the leaked Prime Minister’s statement on Covid-19. Details of the statement – where the 500-person cap on outdoor events was lifted, allowing fans to attend football matches and Six Nations – were reported hours before being released to MSPs. The leak angered …

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