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Vancouver Activity Sends Building Permits Soaring in April By Yolowire.com

Vancouver Activity Sends Building Permits Soaring in April By Yolowire.com

yolowire.com – Canada saw a significant increase in the total value of building permits in April, up 20.5 percent. The sharp spike was due to construction intentions in the residential sector, which increased 21.0 percent,…

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Why Labour and the Conservatives think they can improve the country without raising taxes – and why it’s a gamble

Why Labour and the Conservatives think they can improve the country without raising taxes – and why it’s a gamble

Both the Conservatives and Labour have made the same pre-election promise not to increase taxes on working people. They’ve also made many other promises to improve the NHS, crack down on illegal immigration, build more…

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Melissa Caddick mystery shows we need more research of a rare kind – marine forensics

Melissa Caddick mystery shows we need more research of a rare kind – marine forensics

The disappearance of 49-year-old Melissa Caddick in November 2020 captured Australia’s attention. At the time, Caddick was being investigated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission for alleged financial misconduct, with dozens of people defrauded…

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Oil prices dip but still set for positive week on OPEC hopes By Investing.com

Oil prices dip but still set for positive week on OPEC hopes By Investing.com

Investing.com– Oil prices fell in Asian trade on Friday as traders locked-in some profits at the end of a positive week, with crude prices set for their first weekly gain in four on hopes of…

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Supreme Court sides with Starbucks in labor case that could hinder government’s ability to intervene in some unionization disputes

Supreme Court sides with Starbucks in labor case that could hinder government’s ability to intervene in some unionization disputes

The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Starbucks in a case that could make it harder for a federal agency to enforce labor laws in disputes that can arise during organizing campaigns. On June…

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Russia slowing down in Kharkiv area after lifting of arms restrictions, says Austin By Reuters

Russia slowing down in Kharkiv area after lifting of arms restrictions, says Austin By Reuters

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Russia’s advance in the Kharkiv area is slowing and the frontline is stabilizing after some allies lifted restrictions on Kyiv’s use of donated weapons on Russian territory, U.S. Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin…

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South Australia’s enigmatic pink sand was born in ice-covered Antarctic mountains, new research shows

South Australia’s enigmatic pink sand was born in ice-covered Antarctic mountains, new research shows

In parts of South Australia, long stretches of beach are often blanketed in large patches of pink sand. Strong swells can dump drifts of reddish grains of garnet along the shore – but the origin…

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How secure are banking apps? Here are some key steps all banks – and users – should be following

How secure are banking apps? Here are some key steps all banks – and users – should be following

These days, banking apps have become integral to financial transactions. As a result banks are finding that ensuring the security of their apps is more critical than ever. Cybercriminals have evolved and so financial providers…

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ECB appoints three senior officials to supervisory board

ECB appoints three senior officials to supervisory board

Eurotower, Frankfurt, home to ECB banking supervision The European Central Bank (ECB) appointed senior officials from France, Ireland and Portugal as its representatives to its supervisory board on June 5. Central Bank of Ireland deputy…

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Oil slips on US growth worries, ample crude supply By Reuters

Oil slips on US growth worries, ample crude supply By Reuters

By Georgina McCartney (Reuters) – Oil prices fell in early trade on Thursday as investors digested news that the U.S. Federal Reserve has opted against cutting interest rates in the near future, while ample and…

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