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Proposals to demolish a garage court to make way for a two-storey block of flats have been approved subject to conditions.
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Both though are deemed repairable, which is why they often get filtered back into the used market via traders who purchase write-offs from insurance companies. Some cars are repaired and some are not but all are listed at a discounted price compared to that of a crash free example. Can you repair a Cat D car? Addressing what might look like superficial damage can incur an arm and a leg’s worth of bills if pursued through approved manufacturer repairers. Adopting a more creative approach to righting all the wrongs gives you a chance to keep a lid on costs and get behind the wheel of something exciting for a steal! Keep your eyes peeled on owners forums and auction sites for used or surplus parts and have them fitted by a trusted, local garage with low labour rates. Breakers' yards and junk cars can be a goldmine for certain hard-to-get parts, too.
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Immigration experts said there are still some internal guidelines to be checked case by case. The country of 1.3 billion approved just 1,576 Chinese "green cards" allowing permanent residency in 2016, up 163 percent on the previous year, according to a report by the state-owned English newspaper China Daily. "If we want to stay in China, we need policies that can make it easier for us, especially visas and residency, and children's education, social insurance and medical care," said Ammar. "I have been thinking about Europe, but since we have lived in China for so long, and we are used to the life here now, so it is hard for us to move to another continent." New way of life Mike, a 24-year-old actor from Syria, who goes by his professional name, is a newcomer to Yiwu. In 2012, a year into Syria's civil war, Mike fled his home city of Damascus.
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Plans to extend the historic Kent and East Sussex railway could hit the buffers after it was revealed farmers along the route are refusing to sell land needed for the scheme.Supporters of the line which currently runs from Tenterten to Bodiam want to revert to its original route increasing it by three and half miles to Robertsbridge. And last month their scheme, which involves a level crossing over the A21, was approved by planners at Rother District Council.But farmers say bringing back...
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It gave way so much more easily than I ever dreamed it would, recalled Lamm, now 81, in an interview with The Associated Press. But all abortions still had to be approved by three-doctor panels at participating hospitals and were only permitted during the first 16 weeks of pregnancy. Instead of ending his newfound political career, Lamm went on to serve three terms as the state's governor. He is currently the co-director of the University of Denver's Institute of Public Policy Studies. Lamm said recently that when he introduced the legislation, the women's movement was just starting to take off and the concept that citizens should have more personal freedom was becoming more important in society. At the time, abortion was not one of the Colorado Republican Party's most pressing issues and there was no organized opposition in the state to abortion rights because the idea was so new, Lamm said.
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of her clothing got the patent is approved in China. There is the questions about conflicts of interest. She has created more distanced by her father has two business interests but a company.
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Plans for a major expansion to Bluewater have cleared their first major hurdle, after an outline planning application was approved by council bosses.Multiple expansions to the shopping centre would mean more than 30 square kilometres of extra retail space could be created if the final plans are fully approved bringing 2,300 new jobs to the area.The largest part of the proposals refers to a major expansion of the West Village section of the centre, near to Pizza Express, reconfiguring the...
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Thailand's top defense official says the government has approved the purchase of its first submarine in more than half a century, calling the $393 million deal with China necessary and a bargain
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"This is not our idea of a properly functioning Free Trade Agreement," Ross said. Following these emergency measures, the Commerce Department said it will conduct a thorough investigation and confirm its position by September 27. If confirmed, the tariffs would then have to be approved by the US International Trade Commission (USITC). Ross said that he and the Canadian ministers "tried to negotiate a settlement but we were unable." Canada "has put forward a number of reasonable proposals to the current US administration that is responsive to views expressed by US industry," the statement from Canada's Freeland and Carr read. "We remain confident that a negotiated settlement is not only possible but in the best interests of both countries." Trump has said he believes too many US industrial jobs have gone abroad, especially to Mexico, and that the United States is the victim of unfair trade practices by both of its NAFTA neighbors.
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to the staff that, and all those who work in approved premises around the country. They do a great job. The accommodation of ex-offenders when they leave approved premises is an important issues. We are working with the Department for communities, but also the local government Association to work out ways in which we can improve this, including statutory guidance. My constituent was the victim of a road crash which left him paralysed.
Lincolnshire Echo
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A campaign group says the east coast has too many caravans and are now urging councils to restrict the expansion of the sites. Plans have recently been approved for a £9.5m holiday village at Hardys Animal Farm in Ingoldmells - but there are fears about such sites creeping into surrounding areas of countryside. The plans include a 40-bed hotel, a family pub, petrol station and leisure facilities such as a gym and swimming pool. READ MORE: Plans for major new £9.5 million holiday...
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BENGALURU, Apr 25(PTI) The National Confederation of Unites (NCU) today said the CAI should look into the US government's accusation that top Indian IT firms are "unfairly" cornering the lion's share of H-1B visas by putting extra tickets in the lottery system. The Competition Authority of India (CAI) should probe the allegations, since the voices of IT employees are not heard by Nasscom and IT companies, NCU Chairman JSR Prasad told PTI. The NCU, founded to protect the workers in IT/ITES in India, is a registered National Federation that supports IT/ITES workers in different states. "CAI should probe the allegations and tell whether these companies (Infosys and TCS) have done something wrong or something right..." he said. Yesterday, Nasscom had come out in defence of its members, TCS and Infosys, saying the two accounted for only 8.8 per cent of the approved H1B visas in 2014-15.
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While that may sound like a recipe for populist appeal over editorial control, Wales says the core of the site is a dedication to facts. “We want to bring some of that fact-based, fact-checking mentality that we know from Wikipedia to news,” Wales told Wired . “Humans havent fundamentally changed from the way we were 100 years ago or 500 years ago. People have a thirst for quality information.” There is also a focus on transparency, with full reporter’s transcripts, video and audio of interviews open to readers. Contributors will be able to suggest edits to any articles that are published, but these will need to be approved by a member of staff before going live. Wales says he hopes this mixture of outsourced fact checking with a donation-based business model will leads to journalism “that’s not about chasing clicks”. The impulse for establishing Wikitribune came in the wake of Donald Trump’s election, Wales said.
Politico
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Putin was personally involved in approving a loan from the bank to Eclipse, according to court records. “The Eclipse project is one of the top priority to be funded and has been approved by Prime Minister Putin,” the minutes of an Eclipse board meeting Feb. 16, 2009, said, referring to ETIRC’s planned purchase of Eclipse. But the funding apparently never materialized, and the sale didnt go through. Instead, Alptekin and partners bought the old company’s assets for $40 million and formed a company called Eclipse Aerospace . When the company sought bankruptcy protection, it had declared assets valued at almost $1.1 billion. “I think it was a good deal,” Alptekin said in his interview with POLITICO. Alptekin acknowledged ETIRC’s negotiations with the bank chaired by Putin, but said he never interacted with any Russian officials. There are no Russians involved in the new company, he said.
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