Saturday, 19 April 2014

Latest News

  • There's reason for concern about housing affordability

    20:26 | 19/4/14
    Regina Leader-Post
    I recently attended the Canadian Home Builders' Association (CHBA) National Conference in Whistler. Each year the Conference brings together leaders from the housing industry, different levels of government, and home builder associations from across ... more»
  • Ten chambers to participate May 1 in area's largest business networking event

    20:15 | 19/4/14
    Vallejo Times-Herald
    The Solano Community College Educational Foundation, in association with First Northern Bank hosts Solano Business Connections, from 5 to 7:30 p.m. more»
  • In Brief ...

    19:52 | 19/4/14
    Brattleboro Reformer
    On April 27, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," a night of sweets and magic; on May 25, "Julie & Julia," come on a cooking adventure with Julia Childs; on June 22, "Food Inc" explores the realities of our global food system; and on July 27, "Chocolat ... more»
  • Now Wright might spill his story

    19:35 | 19/4/14
    The Telegram
    Rumour has it that he will head back to the private sector at Onex Corporation. He went to work for Harper on a leave of absence from Onex and it looks like he may return, even though the company is not obligated to take him back. more»
  • TOTTENHAM vs. FULHAM Live Stream FREE Online: 2014 Premier League ...

    19:18 | 19/4/14
    Sports World News
    Two clubs in opposite ends of the Premier League table will do battle today in a league match between Tottenham Hotspur and Fulham. more»
  • Sterling-Umpqua union official

    19:05 | 19/4/14
    The Spokesman Review
    Davis said that in 2004, after Umpqua acquired Humboldt Bancorp in Eureka, Calif., the company's career center helped more than 100 laid-off workers find new jobs. more»
  • Chesapeake Energy leasing rigs to former CEO McClendon

    18:56 | 19/4/14
    Tulsa World
    Chesapeake Energy Corp. is back in business with its former CEO, the company revealed in its annual proxy statement. more»
  • Mutual funds increase bets on banks, dump IT

    18:45 | 19/4/14
    Times of India
    Patil said he prefers private banks as there are concerns over the asset quality of public sector banks. Non-performing assets (NPAs) and standard restructured assets of banks have seen a sharp rise. The gross NPAs of public sector banks, which account ... more»
  • China releases list of companies planning to list after IPO drought

    18:22 | 19/4/14
    Reuters UK
    Ltd., which makes motors for electric fans. But it is unclear ... Sixteen of the companies on the list are applying for the main board of the Shanghai Stock Exchange, 8 for the ChiNext Board and four for Shenzhen's small- and medium-sized enterprises ... more»
  • Living in the New York Times World

    18:16 | 19/4/14
    American Thinker
    I could ignore a story, which would convey a lack of relevance to the issue: if inquiries were made, I'd note that there are many newsworthy events in our city, nation and world but we have woefully limited space. ... It matters little that I, as ... more»
  • Confusion as to when to charge a surcharge

    18:16 | 19/4/14
    3News
    The Commerce Commission is warning restaurants and bars this weekend to stop illegally charging customers over the Easter holidays.  more»
  • Federal renewable energy review leaves investors nervous

    18:11 | 19/4/14
    ABC Local
    The former head of Hydro Tasmania and current chair of the International Renewable Energy Alliance Peter Rae is confident there will not be any major changes made to the scheme. more»
  • AT THE LIBRARY

    18:11 | 19/4/14
    Seacoastonline.com
    Tuesday, April 22, at 6:30 p.m.: Bob Fogg and New Hampshire's Golden Age of Aviation." New Hampshire author Jane Rice presents a slideshow based on her book, which covers Bob Fogg and the seaplane base at the Weirs on Lake Winnipesaukee between 1923 ... more»
  • Milling history saw Burnley punch above its weight

    18:11 | 19/4/14
    Pendle Today
    The mill was also known as King's Corn Mill because, from 1399, it was the property of the Crown. The building was leased to both the Towneleys and Shuttleworths and was sub-let to millers who paid a small rent for the use of the mill. more»
  • New stake presidents

    18:10 | 19/4/14
    Deseret News
    LOGAN UTAH YSA 5TH STAKE: (March 2, 2014) President - Jeffrey Scott Job, 58, diagnostic radiologist; succeeding David G. Adams; wife, Rebecca Rae Strong Job. more»
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