Category Archives: claim housing benefit

Abbotsford-Mission Times election questionnaire: Ed Fast – CONSERVATIVE – Abbotsford

Abbotsford-Mission Times election questionnaire: Ed Fast – CONSERVATIVE – Abbotsford The Abbotsford Mission Times has asked federal candidates in both local ridings to answer a short list of questions that embrace a few of the issues that matter most in advance of the May 2 election.

Mah Bow Tan: New HDB flats affordable to most Singaporeans

Mah Bow Tan: New HDB flats affordable to most Singaporeans Despite growing public perception that the prices of new HDB flats are becoming exorbitant for first-time home buyers, PAP Housing Minister is adamant that they are still ‘affordable’ to the majority of Singaporeans. He also lavished generous self-praise on the PAP regime’s efforts to keep … Continue reading

Debt downgrade isn’t the real issue

Debt downgrade isn’t the real issue Standard & Poor’s has a lot of people worried about the implications of a downgrade of the U.S. credit rating. The real worry is what our debt levels will do to the value of the dollar.

Sahara takes co-op route to beat Sebi, RBI bans

Sahara takes co-op route to beat Sebi, RBI bans Terms it financial inclusion, says top execs not members.

Dana Holding Corporation Agrees to Buy Commercial Vehicle Axle Business From Its Joint Venture, Axles India, Ltd.

Dana Holding Corporation Agrees to Buy Commercial Vehicle Axle Business From Its Joint Venture, Axles India, Ltd. Dana Holding Corporation announced today that it has signed a definitive agreement with Axles India, Ltd. , to acquire select assets of AIL’s commercial truck axle business. Â

Benefit fraudster must repay £5,000 claims

Benefit fraudster must repay £5,000 claims A WOMAN from Woodford Halse has received a suspended prison sentence after fraudulently claiming more than £5,000 in benefits.

Asheville-area Business people

Asheville-area Business people The N.C. Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service presented the 2011 Governor’s Award for Volunteer Service to two groups nominated by the city of Asheville.

Treasure Island plan OKd by Planning Commission

Treasure Island plan OKd by Planning Commission When a draft of the Treasure Island plan was last heard by the Board of Supervisors in 2010, it was approved unanimously, with nary a squeak of concern. But the one thing to emerge from Thursday night’s six-hour…

Get Involved

Get Involved MP for North East Fife Menzies Campbell joined local candidate Euan Robson on a tour of Oregon Timber Frame Ltd in Selkirk. Liberal Democrats want businesses like this to benefit from Regional Development Banks. Our plans mean more accessible and personalised support for businesses.

Mary Holm: Want less and you can work less

Mary Holm: Want less and you can work less Mary, just reading your last column and I saw the letter re factoring house prices against the median personal income or the median household income. The very tragic but salient point missed is that we have indeed moved from…

We must end this welfare dependency

We must end this welfare dependency The Mayor, Boris Johnson, has attacked the welfare-to-work benefit reforms, because they do not reflect the higher cost of living in London.

Inflation, failing social net pepper the political pot

Inflation, failing social net pepper the political pot Talk of politics peppered the morning’s food prep at Cowichan Community Kitchens’ Monday cook-off in Cobble Hill. Between the chopping of vegetables and sautéing of meat, the diverse group of people that make up CCK talked about the issues that matter most to them in the upcoming … Continue reading

Can Singaporeans afford to ‘gamble’ again by voting for the PAP?

Can Singaporeans afford to ‘gamble’ again by voting for the PAP? PAP Minister without portfolio Lim Swee Say issued a warning to Singaporeans lately not to ‘gamble’ their future by voting for the opposition. The question we should be asking ourselves is: can we afford another ‘gamble’ for five years of PAP rule? The PAP’s … Continue reading

Themed Meal at Roycroft Inn will Mark Play’s Opening

Themed Meal at Roycroft Inn will Mark Play’s Opening On Fri., May 13 at 6 p.m., the executive chef at The Roycroft Inn will present a themed dinner in honor of the opening night of the Aurora Players production, “The Murder Room” by Jack Sharkey.

GE 2011 : Time for change

GE 2011 : Time for change The picture above was taken by a New Paper reporter and it shows Chee Soon Juan talking to Tan Jee Say. Tan Jee Say was Goh Chok Tong’s principal private secretary from 1995 to 2000. Although Tan Jee Say has not decided whether he will be running in the … Continue reading

Work safety backlash builds

Work safety backlash builds EMPLOYERS claim the Gillard government’s proposed national health and safety laws could increase the cost of housing and delay construction projects.

New York Cares Announces First Participants for the Volunteer Impact Partnership (VIP) Program

New York Cares Announces First Participants for the Volunteer Impact Partnership (VIP) Program New York City’s largest volunteer organization to provide $750k in services to five local nonprofits over three years.

Real Estate: New FHA program offers relief for underwater homeowners

Real Estate: New FHA program offers relief for underwater homeowners Jill Perry, Northern Nevada director of Consumer Credit Affiliates, recommends those interested in the FHA Short Refinance Program talk with a housing counselor to see whether it’s the best option for them.

Easter Shopping Guide

Easter Shopping Guide Springtime is the time for new beginnings, and fashion is one of them. But not only that, this is a time for gift-giving (be it for yourself or someone else). Take a look around Jackson and find your inspiration for style.

Temple-Inland Reports First Quarter 2011 Results

Temple-Inland Reports First Quarter 2011 Results Temple-Inland Inc. today reported first quarter 2011 net income of $16 million, or $0.15 per diluted share, compared with fourth quarter 2010 net income of $27 million, or $0.24 per diluted share, and a first quarter 2010 net loss of $4 million, or $0.04 per share.