Research Councils

21 Jul 19
Chemical Dependency Versus Drug Dependency

https://www.prweb.com/releases/sunshine_coast_health_centre_announces_financial_aid_options_for_drug_rehab_and_alcohol_treatment_in_british_columbia/prweb16424227.htm create by-Adcock Abdi Any entrepreneur that comprehends when and also just how to take dangers with his dependency therapy and counseling service can wind up making a great deal of money doing something they take pleasure in. Before you make the commitment to develop your very own organisation, you are going to have to […]

21 Jul 19
SDN -- Science & Digital News

By EDD K. USMAN, SDN, Twitter @edd1819, Instagram @bluestar0910, Facebook: SDN — Science, Digital & Current News WORLD TRADE CENTER, Pasay City (SDN) — FISHERMEN of CARAGA, or Region XIII, in Northeastern Mindanao, netted the top catch on Sunday, July 21, at the National Science and Technology Week (NSTW) 2019. The Mangagoy Fishermen Multi-purpose Cooperative (MAFISCO), […]

21 Jul 19
Ace News Services

#AceNewsReport – July.21: Cuba’s Council of State took the decision based on prisoners’ behaviour, time served, the nature of their crime and whether they were afflicted by illness, according to the ruling Communist Party newspaper Granma: It favored women, youths and elderly people while excluding those convicted of murder, rape, child abuse and drug trafficking, […]

21 Jul 19
Flowers For Socrates

July 21st is ASPCA No Pet Store Puppies Day Crème Brûlée Day Legal Drinking Age Day National Junk Food Day Lowest Recorded Temperature Day * _____________________________________ MORE! Kay Starr, Robin Williams and Althea Gibson, click

21 Jul 19
Newsy Today

WASHINGTON – The lack of trust between the United States and China has delayed China's steady cash flow to America, and China's investment has fallen by nearly 90 percent since President Trump entered office. The fall, which is widely relied on throughout the economy, stems from tighter regulatory scrutiny in the US and from a […]

21 Jul 19
The Viral

Thousands of protesters withstood sweltering heat in Hong Kong Sunday for the seventh consecutive week of mass demonstrations that have plunged the city into a political crisis and galvanized resistance to Beijing’s growing influence in the China-ruled territory. Since early June, organizers say millions have marched in a series of demonstrations against a now-suspended bill […]

21 Jul 19
ONLINE ARTICLES

[ad_1] Set up in 2011, IIM-Udaipur saw an average salary offering of Rs 13.20 lakh during placement this year. Udaipur:  The Indian Institute of Management Udaipur will introduce a new programme to let students work efficiently in the fast-changing world of technology, a top official has said. Simultaneously, the institute is also laying out plans […]

21 Jul 19
Outside The Know

Thousands of protesters withstood sweltering heat in Hong Kong Sunday for the seventh consecutive week of mass demonstrations that have plunged the city into a political crisis and galvanized resistance to Beijing’s growing influence in the China-ruled territory. Since early June, organizers say millions have marched in a series of demonstrations against a now-suspended bill […]

21 Jul 19
The Richardsonian

Thousands of protesters withstood sweltering heat in Hong Kong Sunday for the seventh consecutive week of mass demonstrations that have plunged the city into a political crisis and galvanized resistance to Beijing’s growing influence in the China-ruled territory. Since early June, organizers say millions have marched in a series of demonstrations against a now-suspended bill […]

21 Jul 19
World Best News

    Thousands of protesters withstood sweltering heat in Hong Kong Sunday for the seventh consecutive week of mass demonstrations that have plunged the city into a political crisis and galvanized resistance to Beijing’s growing influence in the China-ruled territory.   Since early June, organizers say millions have marched in a series of demonstrations against […]

21 Jul 19
Current News Vista

Hillary Leung / Hong Kong Thousands of protesters withstood sweltering heat in Hong Kong Sunday for the seventh consecutive week of mass demonstrations that have plunged the city into a political crisis and galvanized resistance to Beijing’s growing influence in the China-ruled territory. Since early June, organizers say millions have marched in a series of […]

21 Jul 19
technopc

Thousands of protesters withstood sweltering heat in Hong Kong Sunday for the seventh consecutive week of mass demonstrations that have plunged the city into a political crisis and galvanized resistance to Beijing’s growing influence in the China-ruled territory. Since early June, organizers say millions have marched in a series of demonstrations against a now-suspended bill […]

21 Jul 19
The Richardsonian

Thousands of protesters withstood sweltering heat in Hong Kong Sunday for the seventh consecutive week of mass demonstrations that have plunged the city into a political crisis and galvanized resistance to Beijing’s growing influence in the China-ruled territory. Since early June, organizers say millions have marched in a series of demonstrations against a now-suspended bill […]

21 Jul 19
TIME

Weeks of protests have plunged the city into political turmoil

21 Jul 19
Girl Moves Abroad

You’ve gone through your whole PLAB journey for one and one reason only: to get fully registered with the GMC and start practising in the UK. But sometimes we forget to check the GMC requirements before embarking on this journey. So, first things first: The pre-requisites: Your Medical School and University should be recognised by […]

21 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
PLANS to rid new-build developments of doors, walls and playgrounds that segregate between the rich and the poor have been drawn up by the government. Communities secretary James Brokenshire says he is “appalled” to hear that some complexes have separate doors for social tenants. The Baylis Old School complex in South London had separate playgrounds for social tenants – this one pictured was for the homeowners’ kids While play areas for children are also split apart. The Sun reported earlier this year how parents were left fuming after social housing children were banned from the play park on a multi-million pound development in Lambeth, South London. Developer Henley Homes had sent letters to social housing families on the Baylis Old School complex warning them to stay off the posh playground and built a wall to segregate the kids – sparking uproar. It later U-turned on its decision, saying kids from the social housing block would be able to play on the grassy area for the homeowners’ kids. Kids at the Baylis Old School complex are now able to play in all areas of the development following outcry for them being segregated The government believes its new “design manual” will help to bridge this divide by setting out “clear expectations” on how future developments should look. It adds that planning guidance will also be “toughened up” to prevent this segregation in new developments. But these aren’t hard and fast rules that developers have to follow; instead they’re guidelines that developers need to consider when applying for planning permission. It will then be down to local authorities to enforce the guidelines, and they could ultimately refuse planning permission on sites deemed unacceptable. Mr Brokenshire said: “I’ve been appalled by stories of segregation and tenants being denied access to certain shared facilities such as playgrounds. “We want to end that real sense of stigma social housing residents have experienced, and these new measures show our commitment to stamping it out, before it can begin.” Social housing, which tends to be provided by councils and housing associations, is cheaper to rent than privately rented accommodation and usually provides a long-term tenancy, giving renters the chance to put down roots. [article-rail-topic title=”More on renting” term_id=”7817″ posts_number=”6″ /] Experts said earlier this month that a tough new watchdog is needed to crackdown on dodgy estate agents and slap them with fines. While the government also announced plans to give renters access to its database of dodgy landlords. It comes as research recently revealed that half a million working families rely on housing benefit to pay their rent. [bc_video video_id=”5999532724001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Good Samaritan landlord left with £15,000 bill after desperate family he let stay rent-free trash home leaving it riddled with blood, needles and worms”] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online Money team? Email us at money@the-sun.co.uk
21 Jul 19
The Sun
PLANS to rid new-build developments of doors, walls and playgrounds that segregate between the rich and the poor have been drawn up by the government. Communities secretary James Brokenshire says he is “appalled” to hear that some complexes have separate doors for social tenants. The Baylis Old School complex in South London had separate playgrounds for social tenants – this one pictured was for the homeowners’ kids While play areas for children are also split apart. The Sun reported earlier this year how parents were left fuming after social housing children were banned from the play park on a multi-million pound development in Lambeth, South London. Developer Henley Homes had sent letters to social housing families on the Baylis Old School complex warning them to stay off the posh playground and built a wall to segregate the kids – sparking uproar. It later U-turned on its decision, saying kids from the social housing block would be able to play on the grassy area for the homeowners’ kids. Kids at the Baylis Old School complex are now able to play in all areas of the development following outcry for them being segregated The government believes its new “design manual” will help to bridge this divide by setting out “clear expectations” on how future developments should look. It adds that planning guidance will also be “toughened up” to prevent this segregation in new developments. But these aren’t hard and fast rules that developers have to follow; instead they’re guidelines that developers need to consider when applying for planning permission. It will then be down to local authorities to enforce the guidelines, and they could ultimately refuse planning permission on sites deemed unacceptable. Mr Brokenshire said: “I’ve been appalled by stories of segregation and tenants being denied access to certain shared facilities such as playgrounds. “We want to end that real sense of stigma social housing residents have experienced, and these new measures show our commitment to stamping it out, before it can begin.” Social housing, which tends to be provided by councils and housing associations, is cheaper to rent than privately rented accommodation and usually provides a long-term tenancy, giving renters the chance to put down roots. [article-rail-topic title=”More on renting” term_id=”7817″ posts_number=”6″ /] Experts said earlier this month that a tough new watchdog is needed to crackdown on dodgy estate agents and slap them with fines. While the government also announced plans to give renters access to its database of dodgy landlords. It comes as research recently revealed that half a million working families rely on housing benefit to pay their rent. [bc_video video_id=”5999532724001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Good Samaritan landlord left with £15,000 bill after desperate family he let stay rent-free trash home leaving it riddled with blood, needles and worms”] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online Money team? Email us at money@the-sun.co.uk