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A man killed in the highway 237 accident has been identified; HS students help

Here are the most recent news that you might have missed in San José. San José police manufacture multiple weapons, drug arrests San José police report making several arrests for weapons and narcotics offenses over a six-day period, May 3-6. Read the full story on NBC Bay Area. Authorities Identify …

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Plane crash in Kerala: Air India Express B737 passes Kozhikode airport on landing, falls into valley and breaks in two | Business News in India

NEW DELHI: At least 17 people on board a Air India Express flights of Dubai were killed when the Boeing 737 passed the Kozhikode / Calicut airstrip on landing at 7:41 p.m. Friday. The plane, with 190 people on board, “fell” off the runway into a 35-foot-deep valley and split …

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Schools take more virtual field trips during COVID-19 pandemic

GREEN COUNTY, Wisconsin (WMTV) – Taking an entire group of students on field trips is not easy during a pandemic, but some schools are finding creative ways to make it work, by organizing field trips in the classroom. “Field trips are an integral part of the learning process,” said Monroe …

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Canada and Alberta announce funding for Indigenous housing

EDMONTON, AB, March 16, 2021 / CNW / – Every Canadian deserves a safe and affordable place to call home. That is why the governments of Canada and Alberta fund four housing projects designed, implemented and owned by and for indigenous peoples. Today, the Honorable Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Families, …

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Fed and Treasury agree to extend PPP, 3 additional loan facilities until March 31

UPDATE: February 2, 2021: The Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery (SIGPR) is investigate Former Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin’s November decision to recover unused funds the CARES Act set aside for the Federal Reserve’s emergency lending programs, according to a quarterly report released Monday. The watchdog also examines what role …

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Defends the findings of the responsible lending inquiry

Consumer advocates and law academics have castigated support for a government-led probe to cut responsible lending, which they say would expose more everyday Australians to debt and debt. ‘crippling’ exploitation. Although the proposed changes ignore the first recommendation of the Hayne Royal Commission, the report of the Senate Economic Affairs …

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Changes: Beyer joins Independent Bank

Gary Beyer joined Independent Bank as Vice President of Commercial Lending for the West Michigan Lake Shore market. Previously, he worked at Chase Bank, for a total of over 30 years of experience in commercial banking and wealth management. Beyer also sits on the board of Good Samaritan Ministries in …

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ABC publishes paper on tackling financial abuse

A new research paper has highlighted how financial institutions can provide better support to those affected by economic and financial abuse through intimate partner relationships. The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA), in partnership with the Gendered Violence Research Network at the University of New South Wales, released the document to …

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GAO Reports on Equitable Loans, Access and Retirement Security

GAO reported on racial and income disparities in access to financial services and financial security in retirement. Based on information gathered over a decade, GAO asserted that: racial and income disparities exist in access to financial services and the availability of credit, particularly for (i) women and minority farmers seeking …

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Account opened to ensure appropriate financing for exporters: ICC-B

Open-account credit-conditional shipments will help exporters access the appropriate financing and the consequential payment would be settled upon receipt of the final payment when due, ICC-B President Mahbubur Rahman said. The open account credit policy is a modified version of factoring and supply chain financing to exporters against their export …

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