Apr 24 2014

Over 400 people stopped for not wearing seatbelts

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Hampshire’s Road Safety Officer, Sergeant Rob Heard said: “It has been surprising how many people are still not wearing their seatbelts and not really understanding the risks they are putting themselves under. The devastating injuries or possible fatal injuries you can receive from not wearing a seat belt really should encourage everyone to belt up. It is just not worth risking your life and the heartache your family will feel from your loss.

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Apr 24 2014

The incredible stock-picking ability of SEC employees

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In these cases where trades were made ahead of an announcement, the vast majority were sales. Take a look at the table below comparing the actions of SEC employees compared to the entire market, in various run-up periods ahead of an enforcement action. The disparity is striking. Thirty days or less before an announcement, for instance, more than 74 percent of trades by employees were sales, versus just half in the total market.

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Apr 23 2014

Fitch Affirms Macedonia’s BB+ Credit Rating

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Thanks to a further stimulus by public investment, Fitch forecasts that growth will accelerate slightly in 2014 and 2015, to 3.2% and 3.5%, respectively. Macedonia is a standout in the ‘BB’ category in terms of ‘ease of doing business’.

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Apr 22 2014

Golfers' bid to save club which 'ran out of cash' is approved by council

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Garnant Golf Club Ltd, who ran the course near Ammanford, went into liquidation shortly after a subsidy from Carmarthenshire council had ended.

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Apr 22 2014

Where to find the best cash Isas for 2014

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Banks pay more interest the longer you agree to lock away your cash. On a one-year fixed-rate account, Britannia pays 1.85pc. Withdrawals are subject to a loss of 180 days' interest, which is fairly typical for this type of account. Transfers in are accepted but savers must invest the maximum Isa allowance to open this particular Isa.

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