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NJ could bring free financial coaching to 5 cities

No lawmaker voted against it, but a bill to increase financial literacy in some of New Jersey’s poorest communities has been waiting for Governor Phil Murphy’s action since late June. The measure, which establishes a three-year pilot series of “financial empowerment centers” in select cities, would use funding received by …

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Heritage details emphasize authenticity

Follow the red brick road to 1 Corniche Way, a timeless paradise in the coastal suburb of Hillarys. Spanning two levels of cozy, yesteryear charm, the Corniche is a five bedroom, three bathroom haven, with multiple living areas and generous garden space, all spanning a vast 742 m². While every …

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Essex villages perfect for a rural break

As the end of summer approaches, you might be thinking about taking a fall break. And tourism bosses say you should look no further than the stunning villages and rural towns of Essex. The tourism organization Visit Essex invites people to consider a stay in one of the county’s many …

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Rejuvenation at Regency – Kelowna Capital News

Life at Regency Retirement Resorts is designed to be enjoyable, enriching and engaging, but in at least one recent case, it has also become rejuvenating. When Mike and Susan Allen found out their son was expecting their first grandchild, they couldn’t have been more thrilled! At the time, the Allens …

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Greater Anglia and Network Rail are rebuilding the rail network in a greener way

Minister of Railways visits sites across the Greater Anglia network to showcase their environmental work Biodiversity campaign creates greener stations, while railway crossing campaign aims to reduce emissions residents across the region benefit from an even greener railroad, better air quality and reduced congestion Rails Minister Chris Heaton-Harris visits sites …

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Unmissable events in Singapore in August 2021

With the continuing evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic, it has not been an easy year for all of us. The country has faced multiple bottlenecks, with industries showing tremendous resilience and strength to overcome the restrictions and challenges that come with increasing cases and new variants. But alas, August is …

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