A83 closed by landslide at Butterbridge

‘From first light BEAR Scotland’s specialist geotechnical team will be on site to carry out a full technical survey to establish the status of the slope. The road will remain closed whilst these technical assessments of the slope are undertaken with the safety of road users being the absolute priority.


30-Year Mortgage Rates: Conventional Home Loans and Refinance Rates at Citi Mortgage for February 22

Please, bear in mind, that the current mortgage interest rates may vary without prior notice from the bank and are subject to change based on location, geography and other terms and conditions. The annual percentage rate calculations were made based on discount points, origination fees, average loan fees and closing costs.

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US, Canada sign pact to halt Caribbean tax evasion

FATCA seeks to obtain information on accounts held by US taxpayers in other countries. It requires US financial institutions to withhold a portion of certain payments made to foreign financial institutions (FFIs) that do not agree to identify and report information on US account holders.

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Youth centre goes green after getting grant

Since receiving the grant Worcester Renewables have been busy fitting the new equipment in the youth centre, including new loft insulation for one half of the building, PV Solar panels on the roof and Air Source Heat pumps to replace the very old and inefficient gas heaters.

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Distributors or sales people: Which to pick?

<p>Nothing happens until someone sells something. But choosing the best someone to sell your products or services will vary by industry, cost and profit margin built into each sale.</p><p>"Selling our products through good, qualified, value-added distributors is the most economical way to satisfy the varied customer needs," says Bill Zoller, national sales manager for Sarasota's Sun Hydraulics, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance screw-in hydraulic cartridge valves and manifolds.</p><p>Even though Sun has about 5,000 customers worldwide, Zoller says that "most are relatively small in annual purchase of Sun products." What's more, Sun's profit margin per unit is thin and ... Continue Reading