Consider Residential Staining For A More Attractive Home

Read An Opinion On: Lake Macquarie Painters byadmin Many people will agree, having a beautiful home is always important. Unfortunately, it will require a great deal of work that may be too much for the average person to take on themselves. Therefore, it is beneficial to hire someone who specializes in getting the job done […]

Baby in California born with 12 functioning fingers and toes, in a rare case of polydactylism

Tuesday, February 3, 2009 A six-pound infant born in San Francisco, California has six perfectly formed and functional fingers and toes on his hands and feet, so that it isn’t considered a disability or deformity, say doctors at Saint Luke’s Hospital who were amazed by the oddity. In a medical rarity, super baby Kamani Hubbard […]

Canadian city announces first Studios of Brampton tour

Thursday, August 25, 2005 Created by the Brampton Arts Council and the City of Brampton, the Studios of Brampton studio tour will allow residents a chance to view works by dozens of local artists at twelve locations. The tour will run October 1 & 2 from 10 pm until 4 pm ET. On the tour […]

Category:July 14, 2010

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7 Costly Workers’ Comp Mistakes To Avoid!

Read An Opinion On: Employee Management Submitted by: Robert Elliott Workers Compensation is not a fixed cost of doing business as many CEOs, CFOs and business owners think. It is actually a controllable expense. These seven mistakes employers make can drive workers compensation costs up as much as 20 percent to 50 percent. Learn how […]

Australian Government to introduce IR reforms next week

Monday, October 24, 2005 Wikinews Australia has in-depth coverage of this issue: Australian industrial relations legislation, 2005 In an industrial relations conference in Melbourne this week, Minister Kevin Andrews has released that the government’s new industrial relations (IR) legislation is likely to be introduced sometime next week in the Australian lower house. The Senate employment […]

ACLU commemorates anniversary of US Supreme Court decision on student free speech

Saturday, February 28, 2009 On Tuesday, the non-profit organization the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) released a video and press release commemorating 40 years since the landmark Supreme Court of the United States decision involving freedom of speech in the case Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District. The Tinker case was decided on […]

International exhibit of chair art starts in Canada

Monday, November 21, 2005 The international entry mail art show SAT: An Exhibit of Chairs was put on display Friday in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. Held in the Fridge Front Gallery at the Shoppers World Brampton mall, SAT is a diverse collection of artworks focusing on a generally mundane object, the chair. Works in the show […]

California meat packing firm recalls 143M pounds of beef

Sunday, February 17, 2008 I am dismayed at the in-humane handling of cattle that has resulted in the violation of food safety regulations at the Hallmark/Westland Meat Packing Company. In a press release today, California-based Hallmark/Westland Meat Packing Co. indicated that it has voluntarily recalled just over 143 million pounds (65 million kilograms) of raw […]

Oil spill in Gulf of Mexico reported to have reached coast; offshore drilling ban announced by Obama administration

 Correction — August 24, 2015 This article incorrectly describes BP as ‘British Petroleum’. In fact, such a company has not existed for many years as BP dropped this name when becoming a multinational company. The initials no longer stand for anything.  Sunday, May 2, 2010 As reports came out yesterday that the oil spill caused by […]