Three go to Dorset: Change of fortune for a trio of neglected donkeys

Laura, Snowy and Big Ears were left in the care of The Donkey Sanctuary, requiring the attention of a vet and a farrier. © The donkey sanctuary A trio of neglected donkeys, who were found suffering from severely overgrown hooves and living in a field with poisonous plants, are now …

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The Brick Closes $8.5M Seed to Enable Open Funding Across Southeast Asia – TechCrunch

Financial apps are proliferating across Southeast Asia, making it easier to keep books or get a loan online. But that means fintechs need access to large amounts of data that they can use to verify customer identities, creditworthiness, or aggregate online account information. Brick wants to simplify the process with …

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Council and residents’ reaction to Bournemouth congestion

TRANSPORT bosses have pledged to reduce congestion after Bournemouth was named one of the world’s worst places for traffic jams. And they say the solution is not to build new roads by “bulldozing thousands of homes”, but to get more people to walk or cycle. With dozens of road works …

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Championship betting tips, odds and free bets

The EFL Championship kicks off on Wednesday with a new round of fixtures, with Bournemouth hosting Birmingham City at the Vitality Stadium. Match information: To start up: 00:45 Dated: tenand February 2022, Vitality Stadium Bet £10 Get £50 in betting credits Visit the site Minimum deposit requirement. Free bets are …

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Crab sculptures appear in Hope Square, Weymouth

NEW sea-themed sculptures that have mysteriously appeared in Hope Square in Weymouth have caused a stir. The two larger-than-life bronze crabs can now be seen “dancing” above Portland stone barrels that have been set up outside the abandoned Brewers Quay building. The public art installation appeared outside the old brewery …

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Online lender sued by DC attorney general to pay nearly $4 million in settlement

A company accused of offering predatory online loans with interest rates up to 42 times the legal limit in DC has agreed to pay DC residents nearly $4 million in a settlement announced by DC Attorney General Karl Racine. A company accused of offering predatory online loans with interest rates …

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£44m of dormant asset funding released for charities and social enterprises

Funding will help tackle youth unemployment, support communities in deprived areas and give people in need access to finance New government bill could unlock an extra £880m for good causes Communities and good causes across England have received an additional £44million through the Dormant Assets Scheme. The funding will be …

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2021 negotiation exceeds ‘wildest expectations’

After a slump in 2020 largely due to the COVID pandemic, mergers and acquisitions in Texas in 2021 hit record highs, both in number and value. Energy, technology and manufacturing companies led the wave of M&A activity last year. And M&A experts say they expect the same for 2022. Texas …

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Maison Sax business to be liquidated after Covid hits trade

Maison Sax, in Ashley Cross, has been a victim of the Omicron crisis, according to the firm which will be appointed to liquidate the company. Maison Sax was the trading name of La Cave Dorset, which is due to appoint liquidators this week. The restaurant’s founder, David Sax, left as …

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Dorset’s 10 cheapest places to live revealed – with property prices below £180,000

The cheapest places to buy property in Dorset have been revealed. Analysis of Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures shows where homes in the county are most affordable, on average. The general trend is for property prices to soar, especially as the coronavirus pandemic has triggered a desire to relocate …

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The sergeant grabbed the Met officer’s face and kissed her, the misconduct hearing heard

Police met stock image A Metropolitan Police officer has recalled the ‘horrifying’ moment an older male colleague allegedly grabbed her face and kissed her. Sergeant George Panayi, who is part of the Eastern Area Command Unit, is accused of kissing and pinching the female officer’s cheek – without her consent …

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The five most viewed homes in Dorset on Rightmove in January with two ideal family homes

Rightmove announced its five most viewed properties in Dorset last month, and most are in the millions – but not all. While some people enjoy looking at pictures of their dream home, many of us need to focus on practical options. In Dorset’s January 2022 list of most viewed homes, …

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Manchester United star Ethan Laird suffers another injury awaiting his Bournemouth debut

Manchester United right-back Ethan Laird’s hopes of making his debut for loan club Bournemouth against Boreham Wood in the FA Cup on Sunday night have been dashed by yet another injury setback. The 20-year-old, who is held in very high regard by the locals at Old Trafford, joined Bournemouth on …

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Book aims to shed light on Romania’s role in the Holocaust

BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Maksim Goldenshteyn recounts a story his grandmother once told him, how, at age 4, she snuck out of a Jewish ghetto during World War II to recover her favorite dolls that were left behind when her family was forcibly evicted from their home in occupied Soviet …

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Hundreds of child drug crimes in Dorset

CHILDREN have committed hundreds of drug-related offenses in Dorset in less than a decade, figures show. Thousands of child drug offenses are recorded by police every year in England and Wales – but critics of drug prohibition warn that giving a youngster a criminal record can have a negative impact …

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Poole Lifesaving Station makes 6,000 calls after two people were rescued in Dorset

Poole’s lifeboat station passed the 6,000 call mark as volunteers helped rescue two people from a Dorset harbour. Poole’s two lifeboats were launched by the UK Coastguard at 11.40pm on Friday February 4 to report that two people were in difficulty in the water at Bournemouth Pier. Poole Coastguard Rescue …

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Tesla submits request for former Ferndown Porsche site

Electric vehicle manufacturing giant Tesla has filed a planning application to take over a former Porsche garage in Ferndown. Tesla presented plans on January 19 to convert the New Road site, Ferndown, into a large showroom and service center with electric vehicle superchargers. If approved, the site would be the …

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Football fan admits racially abusing Rio Ferdinand

A football fan has admitted to racially abusing former England defender Rio Ferdinand after the Euro 2020 final. Robert Whippe, 54, pleaded guilty at St Albans Magistrates’ Court to two counts of sending a grossly offensive message to Mr Ferdinand about his Wembley final comment, said the Crown Prosecution Service. …

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Dorset charities are struggling during the pandemic

Charity Funding DORSET Charities say it could take more than a year for their funds to recover from the Covid pandemic – with demand for their services hitting an all time high. Charities across the county spoke about the challenges they faced during the pandemic and the impact it had …

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Vancouver’s Olympic cauldron will be lit to celebrate Canadian athletes

The iconic Vancouver 2010 Olympic Cauldron at Jack Poole Plaza will be re-lit on the evening of Friday, February 4 to celebrate Canadian athletes competing in the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games. Vancouver Convention Center and Pavco said the cauldron will be reignited between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. In …

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How to protect your financial information

Data breaches hit an all-time high last year, which means the risk of having your personal information stolen is also increasing. According to IBM’s annual global study, the average data breach costs businesses $4.24 million. This is the highest in the 17-year history of IBM’s report. This research and similar …

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Arlington entrepreneur takes advantage of the cold – CBS Dallas/Fort Worth

CEDAR HILL, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – When the weather turns cold, Kerry Poole’s business heats up. The Arlington entrepreneur delivers “comfortable by the cord.” “Crazy busy,” Poole shares as he unloads another delivery of firewood. “So busy, I ignore about 90% of my calls because I just can’t keep up!” Poole …

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What is the upgrade strategy?

Michael Gove has finally drawn up plans to “level” the country and reduce the great disparities facing the UK. But what are the details of the 330-plus-page white paper that was released by the Leveling Up Secretary on Wednesday. – What is upgrading? It was a key slogan of Boris …

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Water company tells bathers visiting Bournemouth beach to ‘swim with your mouth closed’ to avoid SEWAGE

A water company told bathers they had to “swim with their mouths closed” to avoid swallowing sewage. Ruth Barden, environment manager for Wessex Water, sparked fury when she made the suggestion at a council meeting in Bournemouth, Dorset. Environment Agency director Ian Withers has also been criticized for saying reports …

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Punxsutawney Phil predicts six more weeks of winter

There will still be six weeks of winter, Punxsutawney Phil predicted as he emerged from his burrow to complete his Groundhog Day chores. Thousands of people from across the country and other countries gathered at Gobbler’s Knob in Pennsylvania as members of the famous animal’s ‘inner circle’ summoned him from …

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Automotive Lending Services Market Size, Share, Growth Overview, Competitive Analysis

New Jersey, United States,- This detail Automotive Lending Services Market The report outlines the growth development and analysis of the industry, which plays an important role for new market players entering the market. The new players in the market can get a comprehensive overview of the main aspects that control …

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‘Nothing to do, nowhere to go’: what happens when elephants live alone

Few laws or regulations prevent elephants from isolating themselves. The AZA requires that zoos with female elephants must “have a minimum of three females (or space to have three females)” – meaning a zoo can retain its accredited status even if it has an elephant , as long as the …

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Boris Johnson ‘should be very worried’, warns former Tory leader

William Hague said the Prime Minister had a chance to deliver real change in response to Sue Gray’s report and squandered it. Writing in The Times, Mr Hague said the Prime Minister had plenty of time to draft a comprehensive and substantive response which gave his critics “pause to think” …

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Longer school day tested in Wales

A trial to extend the school day in Wales has started, the Welsh government has said. Education Minister Jeremy Miles said 13 primary and secondary schools and one college will take part in a pilot scheme, adding five extra hours a week for groups of pupils. A total of 1,800 …

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Hong Kong airport appoints Tommy Leung as chief executive

(Jan 31, 2022) Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) has appointed Tommy Leung as Executive Director – Third Runway, effective February 1, 2022. Tommy, who currently works as Assistant Manager – Third Runway Project Management, succeeds Kevin Poole who will retire on the same day. Tommy Leung As Executive Director, Tommy …

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Two more Covid deaths recorded in Scotland

Scotland has recorded two new coronavirus-related deaths and 6,185 new cases in the past 24 hours, according to the latest figures. This brings the death toll of people who tested positive for the virus in the previous 28 days to 10,311, although weekend figures tend to be lower as registration …

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Clobber vintage sees growing demand for second-hand fashion

AN INDEPENDENT vintage boutique has seen its popularity grow as the demand for sustainable fashion continues to grow. As other retailers struggle to close or move online, one store in Bournemouth remains relevant by offering individual and sustainable fashion solutions. Vintage Clobber in Christchurch Road, Pokesdown has seen a surge …

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Boris Johnson accused of abandoning his promise to increase broadband

The Prime Minister’s 2019 Tory manifesto pledged to bring ‘full fiber and gigabit broadband’ to every UK home and business by 2025 – but within months he quietly scrapped the plans . ( Image: Pool/AFP via Getty Images) Boris Johnson has been accused of abandoning his promise to boost broadband …

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Padstow’s booming prices are due to ‘old world feel’ and celebrity charm

There are plenty of inspiring places across Cornwall with a pretty character surface, but there is one particular place that has long claimed the hearts of those looking to call it home. The crazy property boom of the past two years has not been kind to Padstow. Its desirability skyrocketed …

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How is technology changing the digital lending landscape? Board 2022

This tutorial is about how technology is changing the digital lending landscape?. We will do our best for you to understand this guide. I hope you will like this blog How is technology changing the digital lending landscape?. If your answer is yes, please share after reading this. Check How …

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Home Secretary Approves Autonomy Founder’s Extradition to US

Home Secretary Priti Patel has approved the extradition of a British tech tycoon to the United States to face criminal fraud charges. It comes after Dr. Mike Lynch lost a multibillion-dollar fraud suit on Friday over the sale of his software company Autonomy to Hewlett Packard (HP) in 2011. He …

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Appeal to establish the circumstances surrounding the deaths of teenagers in Dorset

Police are appealing for information to try to establish events leading to the deaths of two teenagers found at a Dorset beauty spot. The bodies of a 17-year-old girl and an 18-year-old boy were found at Bothenhampton Reservoir, near Bridport, on the morning of January 25. The deaths are being …

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How Bournemouth Airport became a ‘great British success story’

Robert Courts MP, Minister for Aviation, visit to Bournemouth Airport. Left to right: Andrew Bell, General Manager of Regional and Municipal Airports; MP Robert Courts; Paul Stoddart, CEO of European Aviation; Stephen Gill, MD of Bournemouth Airport and Philip AVIATION Minister Robert Courts visited Bournemouth Airport on Thursday to witness …

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Real estate prices increased in November throughout the BCP

HOME prices continued to rise in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole in November, according to the latest figures. Average prices increased by 1.5% across the metropolitan area, which saw house prices in the area reach annual growth of 9.3%. The average house price in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole in November was …

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Two people found dead in Bothenhampton Nature Reserve

POLICE are investigating after two youths were found dead in a nature reserve. Officers were called to Bothenhampton Nature Reserve in Bothenhampton near Bridport on Tuesday morning, where sadly the bodies of a man and a woman were discovered. Dorset Police say there are no suspicious circumstances. The families have …

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Two teenagers found dead in Bothenhampton Nature Reserve

POLICE are investigating after two teenagers were found dead in a nature reserve. Officers were called to Bothenhampton Nature Reserve in Bothenhampton near Bridport on Tuesday morning, where sadly the bodies of two youngsters were discovered. Dorset Police say there are no suspicious circumstances. The families have been informed and …

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Sandbanks Community Group wants the area to have ‘first class’ facilities

A COMMUNITY group said it wanted Sandbanks to have ‘world-class’ facilities to match the destination, as long as it was ‘done the right way’. Sandbanks Community Group said its vision is for Sandbanks to be safe and enjoyable for everyone who lives in and visits the area. Previously accused of …

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Explanation of the construction work of the Royal Bournemouth Hospital

Residents of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole (and beyond) will have noticed the giant crane which is currently in place at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital (RBH) hospital site. Along with the main hospitals in Poole and Dorchester, the RBH serves residents of both Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole and Dorset Council. The …

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Hamworthy Rec 3-0 Balti Sports: Managers punish Balti mistakes

BALTI Sports succumbed 3-0 to runaway leaders and reigning Jewishon Dorset Premier League champions Hamworthy Rec. Rec claimed their 19th victory in 21 games, extending their lead over Merley to eight points, but not without a fight as Balti acquitted himself well despite rarely troubling the hosts’ goal. A shot …

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The notoriety factor drives up real estate prices by more than 100%…

Property portal, MoveStreets, has released new data that reveals how the notoriety factor can boost property prices by up to 117% when it comes to areas frequented by the rich and famous. What the research found MoveStreets analyzed the average house price in postcodes popular with celebrities in four areas …

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The Wendel investment group acquires ACAMS

French investment group Wendel has reached an agreement to acquire the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) in a deal that values ​​ACAMS at $500 million. “ACAMS is the global leader in training and certification for professionals in the fight against money laundering (“AML”) and financial crime prevention,” Wendel …

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Wholesale lender lays off 348 workers

The development is a far cry from January 5, 2021, when Guaranteed Rate announced the acquisition of Stearns with palpable excitement about the future. “The pending acquisition comes at a time of strong momentum for Guaranteed Rate, which recorded its best year of production in 2020,” the company said in …

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Man dies after being punched in the head at social club

A man has died after a single punch to the head at a social club near Manchester. Greater Manchester Police (GMP) say Paul Ologbose, 57, was allegedly struck once in the head following an altercation at a venue on Kensington Drive in Leigh shortly before 1.55am on Sunday. A man …

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The sustainable development success stories of the week

As part of our Mission Possible campaign, edie brings you this weekly roundup of five of the week’s top sustainable business success stories from around the world. Published weekly, this series shows how companies and sustainability professionals are striving to achieve their “Mission Possible” through the campaign’s five key pillars: …

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Six RSPCA West Dorset Branch bunnies looking for forever homes

If it’s too cold to consider ice cream right now, here are some varieties of hugs to warm your heart. All of these cute bunnies with food and drink names are up for adoption at the RSPCA West Dorset branch – Taylors Rehoming Centre. The center is open by appointment …

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Beach cafe and terrace plan for Canford Cliffs approved

PLANS for the redevelopment of the Canford Cliffs Pavilion into a seaside cafe as part of a multi-million pound scheme have been approved. The existing shelter will be transformed into a café with outdoor terraces, including a terrace on the beach. The BCP Council plan will see the levels of …

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The most borrowed books of 2021 revealed

The Shetland Library has released lists of the most popular books of 2021. The most borrowed adult fiction book won the Booker Prize Shuggie bath by Douglas Stewart, the story of a boy who grows up in Glasgow with his alcoholic mother. He beat the runaway bestseller The Thursday Murder …

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Russian minister accepts invitation to meet Defense Secretary Ben Wallace

The Russian Defense Minister has accepted an invitation to meet British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace amid tensions over Ukraine, according to the PA news agency. Mr Wallace invited his Russian counterpart, Sergei Shoigu, to visit London to discuss mutual security earlier this week. Shoigu instead offered to meet in Moscow, …

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Dorset’s seven best kept secrets – which ones did you know?

Dorset is famous for many things – Durdle Door, Jurassic fossils and more – but there is perhaps more that the county is unknown for. Classic books have been written here, secret tunnels have been dug, and famous kings have left landmarks as their legacy. Read on to discover seven …

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Rural cops issue warning against online fraud | Kochi News

Kochi: Ernakulam Rural Police have issued a warning against online fraud. The Rural Police said cases were being reported of scammers making fake loan offers online and raising the credit limit to duped customers. Calls on behalf of banks to steal money using OTP are also on the rise, police …

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Patrick Bamford’s return to Leeds delayed by foot injury

Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa has revealed striker Patrick Bamford has suffered yet another setback in his bid to regain full fitness. Bamford, one of at least eight injured first-team players set to miss Saturday’s Premier League home game against Newcastle, suffered a foot problem. Bielsa said: “(Adam) Forshaw and (Junior) …

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Ottoman Kebab House launches at Lynch Lane Trading Estate, Weymouth

A NEW takeaway kebab and pizza shop has opened near a holiday park in a busy shopping area of ​​Weymouth, bringing with it 15+ jobs to follow this summer. The Ottoman Kebab House opened on Monday evening January 17 on Lynch Lane Trading Estate to the delight of those who …

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Studland named Dorset’s poshest village – here’s why people will be surprised

A village in part of Dorset, known for its nudist beach and nature reserve, has been rated as one of Britain’s swankiest. In the TelegraphIn the list of Britain’s 54 poshest villages, Studland on the Isle of Purbeck has been selected as Dorset’s poshest village. Not only is the average …

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The notoriety factor drives up property prices by more than 100%

MoveStreets, the property portal designed for the mobile generation, has revealed how the notoriety factor can drive property prices up to 117% when it comes to areas frequented by the rich and famous. MoveStreets analyzed the average house price in postcodes popular with celebrities in four areas of the UK …

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Goldman Sachs fourth-quarter profits fall 13% as compensation costs soar

Goldman Sachs said its fourth-quarter profits fell 13% from a year earlier, largely because the bank prepared to pay hefty payouts to its well-paid employees. This is the latest sign that wages are rising sharply, especially on Wall Street. Most of the big banks that have released their results so …

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Losses due to illegal schemes, loans reach US$8.2 billion in 2011–2021

Palu, C Sulawesi (ANTARA) – Losses from illegal investment schemes and loans involving millions of victims reached 117.4 trillion rupees or approximately $8.2 billion in the decade of 2011- 2021, said the Financial Services Authority (OJK). According to Wiwit Puspasari, Deputy Head of OJK’s Investment Warning Task Force, losses due …

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Souvenirs from the Terminus Hotel in Weymouth

Another pub is in the spotlight this week as we continue our journey down memory lane. This is a January 1984 photo of ‘haggis arriving at the Terminus Hotel’ in Weymouth. The pub was supposed to be getting ready for Burns Night back then! The photo is believed to feature …

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Supply upgrade as PCO Board prepares for government funding

BCP COUNCIL aims to be on the starting blocks for the government’s next “race to the top” funding round. The council says some local areas are just as deserving as those in the north – although it also admits some of the wealthiest places in the country. The new white …

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Coffs Harbor homelessness advocate faces own rental struggle

A Coffs Harbor man who has devoted much of his professional life to advocating for the homeless is now struggling to find new accommodation himself. Key points: After years of campaigning, Dean Evers faces his own struggle in the rental market Median rental prices in Coffs Harbor are between $420 …

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Neil Robertson dominates Barry Hawkins to claim second Masters title

Neil Robertson claimed his second Masters title with a 10-4 win over Barry Hawkins at Alexandra Palace. The 39-year-old Australian, a 2012 champion, dominated after Hawkins suffered a bout of bad luck in the fifth period with the score at 2-2. Hawkins fouled the green with his sleeve and Robertson, …

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Red House, Dorset: the form of post-post-postmodernism? | Architecture

JTwenty years ago, an architectural bomb exploded in Hackney, east London. It was a small and charming bombshell, with no casualties, in a color between baby blue and sky blue, with curious shapes – old Dutch gables inspired by an Amsterdam postcard, silhouette of a tree, idea of child of …

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Nell Nolan: Sugar Bowl President’s Dinner, Jazz Museum Gala, Good Shepherd School | Parties/Society

Community capers Sweeten the bowl The Sugar Bowl President’s Dinner brought fans together two nights before the big game at Caesars Superdome. Teamed up to face off the Baylor Bears against the Ole Miss Rebels. The former players came out on top (21-7) in the Allstate Sugar Bowl, but a …

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‘It’s just crazy’ – People struggle to cope with soaring rents in Manchester city center

Manchester city center continues to be a popular location for people who aspire to live the ‘city life’. With its vast supply of work, shopping, entertainment and dining, our bustling city is attracting a growing population of millennials year on year. But with soaring house prices and the constant difficulty …

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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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Online loans via Ipass launch loan consolidation service

Ipass Loans is a website dedicated to reducing the time and frustration of getting a short term loan, even if the borrower has bad credit references. The website contains links to a range of lenders who work with borrowers who may have difficulty securing a traditional loan. Ipass Loans is …

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Call to end mass testing and vaccinations after recall campaign

Covid testing and mass vaccination should be halted for all but the most vulnerable once the recall campaign is over, the former chairman of the UK Vaccine Task Force said. Dr Clive Dix called for an overhaul of the government’s current strategy in the coming months, saying the impact of …

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13-year-old caught driving electric scooter during ‘Bible rain’ on Dorset’s A road

Dorset Police specialist road crews shared a disturbing image of a rain-soaked electric scooter they caught driving on an A-road near Sherborne. Posting on the Dorset Police road pages without excuse, the team say: ‘The rain was sometimes biblical yesterday, with flash floods and very low visibility it was not …

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Boosters 90% effective against hospitalization by Omicron for those over 65

Vaccine boosters are 90% effective against hospital admission of the Omicron variant for those over 65, new figures show. Figures from the UK Health Security Agency show this level of protection three months after those over 65 received the booster. Meanwhile, protection for people taking two doses fell to about …

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Josh Warrington wins world title with Kiko Martinez

Josh Warrington will look to become a two-time world champion when he fights Kiko Martinez for the IBF featherweight crown in Leeds on March 26. Warrington defeated Martinez by majority decision in May 2017 on his way to becoming the world champion and will face him again at the same …

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Online Loans Market Size, Reach, Forecast to 2029

New Jersey, United States, – The latest report published by Verified Market Reports shows that the Online loan market should experience a sustained pace in the years to come. Analysts looked at market drivers, restrictions, risks and openings in the global market. The online loan report shows the likely direction …

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Automotive Loan Services Market Size, Scope, Forecast to 2029

New Jersey, United States, – The latest report published by Verified Market Reports shows that the Auto Loan Services Market should experience a sustained pace in the years to come. Analysts looked at market drivers, restrictions, risks and openings in the global market. The Auto Loans Services report shows the …

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Thom Yorke unveils debut single from new band The Smile

By Press Association 2021 Thom Yorke at Radiohead Roundhouse concert – London Thom Yorke has released the first single from his new band The Smile. The Radiohead frontman has teamed up with teammate Jonny Greenwood and Sons Of Kemet’s Tom Skinner for the new music project. The track, You Will …

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Tax on luxury residences? New report suggests it for Canada

TORONTO –A new report on housing affordability calls for a surtax on homes worth more than $ 1 million to curb soaring house prices and fund affordable housing projects. The report was published by Generation Squeeze, a Vancouver-based non-profit organization, and received funding from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation …

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Dorset pig farmer shocked by falling prices for cull sows

A Dorset pig farmer is urging government and supermarkets to do more to support producers struggling with low prices and rising input costs. Robert Lasseter spoke out after revealing on Twitter that he sold seven sows for £ 4.51 each before Christmas – while before Brexit the animals were making …

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The mortgage shakes! Meet the lenders taking on the big banks in 2022

Australian borrowers looking for lower rates, faster approval processes and flexible loan terms are seriously deserting the big banks for more competitive lenders. But with so many different options available, which competing lenders really stand out from the crowd? Aussie-owned Loans.com.au is en masse for bank borrowers who are fed …

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Elizabeth Holmes convicted of fraud on start-up Theranos over “blood tests”

Elizabeth Holmes has been convicted of fraud for turning her blood testing start-up Theranos into a sophisticated sham. The scheme tricked billionaires and other unwitting investors into supporting a seemingly revolutionary company whose medical technology never performed as promised. A jury convicted the 37-year-old man on two counts of wire …

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Under the Stars: Can’t Stop Music with Pamela Z, The Residents, Sis, more

Under The Stars is back from the backcountry for 2022. Happy New Year! It’s good to get together with all of you, virtually, once again. It’s true people. This week our near-weekly column featuring new music releases, upcoming shows, and a number of other adjoining articles bids a sad farewell …

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The town of Dorset is no longer considered one of the worst places to live in the UK and here’s why

A beloved town in Dorset that was previously considered one of the worst places to live in the UK is, and rightly so, no longer on the list. We reported that Boscombe was on a list compiled by ilivehere.co.uk in which pollsters ranked the city as the 33rd worst place …

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Florida University Pledges To Learn In-Person In The Midst Of Omicron As Others Move To Distance Learning

Dozens of universities are returning to online courses or delaying the spring semester amid an increase in omicron cases nationwide. David Armstrong, president of St. Thomas University, said the school’s Miami Gardens campus would be “absolutely” open for in-person classes on Jan. 10 to welcome students again. “We are committed …

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The groups are holding a commercial exhibition of the film January 7-8 in Slidell

Getty Images SLIDELL – The Northshore Cultural Economy Coalition and the Town of Slidell present “The Art of Film: Louisiana Film Industry Expo” on Saturday January 8 at the Slidell Municipal Auditorium. Free entry. The hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The presenters’ lineup includes Ed and Sue …

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Professor Erin-Marie Legacey, a mainstay in Texas Tech’s history department

The western corner of Holden Hall’s basement seems a dismal place. Identical office doors line a dead-end corridor, distinguished only by replaceable red and black plaques listing the names and degrees of professional occupants. At the end of the room is a name apparently marked by fate: Legacey. A single …

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England’s preparations for fourth ash test hit by more Covid issues

England’s preparations for the fourth ash test fell victim to greater Covid chaos on Sunday, local net bowlers were pulled from their last training session after details of a positive case came out emerged. The latest drama came just hours after the tourists’ plans to recruit former captain for a …

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PM instructs ministers to draw up ‘robust’ workplace absence plans

Boris Johnson instructed ministers to develop ‘robust contingency plans’ for workplace absences, as the government has recognized that high levels of Covid could hit businesses hard in the coming weeks. Public sector leaders have been urged to prepare for the worst-case scenario, with up to a quarter of staff on …

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Revealed: Dorset residents honored by Queen in 2022

The former Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner and the Managing Director of Bournemouth and Poole Hospitals have been recognized in the Queen’s New Year’s Honors. Martyn Underhill, who received an MBE for mental health awareness and support services, and Debbie Fleming, who received an OBE for NHS services, were among …

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Police are looking for wanted man Christopher Spelman

POLICE seek to locate a man who has connections to Poole and who has been recalled to jail for three weeks. Merseyside Police officers are appealing to the public in Dorset for help in locating a 62-year-old man who failed to comply with his license release conditions. Christopher Spelman, from …

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Buy now, pay later loans may soon play a bigger role in credit scores

Francis Creighton, president and CEO of the Consumer Data Industry Association, a professional group for the credit reporting industry, said it was important for late payment loans to be reflected on credit reports in order to that lenders can get a true picture of the overall situation of a loan …

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Dorchester Sports v Wareham Rangers: team news and manager interview

DORCHESTER Sports manager Ashley James is aiming for a 12th straight win when Wareham Rangers visit Avenue Stadium tomorrow at 4pm. Sports are aiming for a 10th straight victory for the Jewishon Dorset Premier League, adding to the Dorset Senior Trophy triumphs over the Under-23s of Poole and Blandford United. …

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Muslim hikers receive massive support in response to racist comments

The founder of a group of Muslim backpackers said he received an “overwhelming response in terms of solidarity from the wider community” after racist comments on Facebook. One hiker, who shared photos of the group on a Christmas Day walk, said he saw a comment “comparing the walkers to the …

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Dorset Properties: Cheapest County Roads & Average House Prices

With so many beautiful homes in Dorset it can sometimes seem difficult to find affordable accommodation. However, alongside the more expensive homes in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council area, accommodation in the Dorset Council areas is just as amazing, but at a more affordable cost. We’ve brought you the …

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Secured Or Unsecured Online Loans For Bad Credit

LOS ANGELES – December 29, 2021 – (Newswire.com) iQuanti: borrowers with poor credit have available loans that fall into two broad categories: secured and unsecured loans. Many of these loans offer online applications, so you may be able to apply from the comfort of your own home. This is how …

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Beginning of the cycle path repair program

Dorset Highways will launch a cycle lane repair program in the new year to support active travel in the Weymouth area. Examples of damage requiring repair Many sites suffer from severe cracks, warping and sagging – longitudinal defects posing a particular problem for cyclists, where the wheels could get stuck …

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CURO completes the acquisition of Heights Finance

WICHITA, Kansas, December 28, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – CURO Group Holdings Corp. (NYSE: CURO) (“CURO”), a technology-based omnichannel consumer finance company serving unprivileged and privileged consumers in the United States and Canada, today announced that it has completed its previously announced the acquisition of Heights Finance, a consumer finance company …

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Multiple challenges kept Telangana police on their toes in 2021

From traffic fatalities to cybercrime, this year’s criminal records are littered with various but nagging incidents Succeeded in suppressing left-wing extremism (LWE), but struggles to strike similarly in other areas of the police. This puts Telangana Police’s performance in perspective this year, which is drawing to a close. By neutralizing …

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Richard Carr: The man behind the Sandbanks and Salterns Marina hotels

“MARMITE Character” Richard Carr is the man behind many of the area’s greatest developments. Mr Carr’s company, Fortitudo, is spearheading the development of the Salterns Marina, Glen Fern Road and the controversial Sandbanks three hotel projects. Work has already started on the £ 150million development of a hotel and apartment …

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