Carrick search ends for another day with no sign of David Maguire

first_img Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Pinterest Google+ Twitter Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Search volunteers have ended another day of searching for missing Carrick man David Maguire.The father of two has been missing since New Years Day.Weather conditions were said to be terrible today, and the search was concentrated on the town area and rivers as result.Meanwhile a mass was held on the pier this afternoon which was attended by family and friends, along with searchers.PP Fr Francis McAteer says David Maguires families spirits have been uplifted by the communities response:Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Facebook WhatsApp Facebookcenter_img By News Highland – January 7, 2015 Google+ Homepage BannerNews Previous articleProperty tax deadline extended until FridayNext articlePolice appeal for information after woman seriously injured in Omagh crash News Highland Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal WhatsApp Pinterest Carrick search ends for another day with no sign of David Maguirelast_img read more

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Partnership announced to offer tenants pay-as-you-go contents insurance

first_imgHome » News » Partnership announced to offer tenants pay-as-you-go contents insurance previous nextProducts & ServicesPartnership announced to offer tenants pay-as-you-go contents insuranceTech platforms Canopy and Urban Jungle say the unique partnership is designed to improve tenant insurance options.Sheila Manchester19th March 20200643 Views Rental passport platform Canopy has partnered with insurance tech firm Urban Jungle to offer tenants pay-as-you go contents insurance from £5 a month.The product is specifically designed for tenants, who can apply via a six-step question process to get the insurance via the Canopy app and, if they are successful, are then given a £20 voucher towards the cost of the insurance.Canopy and Urban jungle are hoping to sell policies into what is considered to be a largely under-served market.Many tenants don’t take up contents insurance because, incorrectly, they often assume the property and its contents are insured by the landlord.But following a burglary or fire, tenants then find out the hard way that their belongings are not covered by a landlord’s buildings or rental protection insurance policy.Recent research revealed that £50 billion of home contents across the UK are not insured and 43% (or seven million people) don’t have home contents insurance.Young people are the most vulnerable. Half of 18-34-year-olds living in rented accommodation don’t insure their contents.“Our partnership with Urban Jungle gives tenants access to contents insurance, at affordable rates,” says Tahir Farooqui (left) Founder and CEO of Canopy. “Tenants can insure the things they love most, easier and cheaper, though our app.”Jimmy Williams, Co-Founder and CEO of Urban Jungle, says, “This partnership is a great fit for us as we are both helping tenants to manage their financial lives. Canopy is doing a great job with its RentPassport and deposit alternatives, while we focus on helping people protect their belongings.”Read more about Canopy.urban jungle Jimmy Williams Canopy contents insurance Tahir Farooqui March 19, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021last_img read more

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Georgia Lettuce

first_imgUniversity of Georgia professor Wayne McLaurin says Georgians can grow all types oflettuces except iceberg. The one exception is OK with him.”Iceberg isn’t the best lettuce when compared to the Bibbs and leaf types,anyway,” says McLaurin, an ExtensionService horticulturist with the UGA Collegeof Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.The main thing to remember about growing lettuce, he says, is you can’t plant the seed.For outside planting, place the seed on the top of the soil and just barely cover it witha fine artificial soil mix.When seeding indoors, McLaurin says, use a margarine cup or similar container, fillwith a good soil mix, add seed and just water the top. In a fine mix, it will place theseed at the right depth.Lettuce is one of the few vegetables that will grow in semishade. “Three to fourhours of sun is better, but it will tolerate the shade,” he says.Space plants 8 to 9 inches apart, depending on the cultivar. Use fertilizer inmoderation with one side-dressing.The growing season for lettuce varies with the cultivar, too. Most types are ready toharvest in about 40-plus days.The best thing about lettuce, McLaurin says, is that you can plant every 10 days andhave a fresh harvest until frost. If protected, lettuce can grow well into early winter.last_img read more

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Stepping Stone/ Masiello Group Alliance Extends Regional Presence to Vermont

first_img26th office opens in BrattleboroBRATTLEBORO, VT (April 28, 2005) Robert Ross & David Brown, co-owners of Stepping Stone Real Estate, located at 218 Main Street in Brattleboro are pleased to announce an alliance with ERA The Masiello Group, of Keene, New Hampshire. The Masiello Group, with 26 member offices in Maine, New Hampshire and now Vermont, is the largest real estate company in Northern New England.The combined company will stay at their current downtown Brattleboro location in the historic Burnham Building. Robert Ross continues as general manager and principal broker of the combined firm, and his partner, David Brown, will serve as marketing director and assistant manager. Christopher Masiello will be president and CEO of the new company.This is our first location in Vermont, and were looking forward to serving the region with our expanded portfolio of homeowner services, said Christopher Masiello, CEO. Area consumers seeking a higher level of service will enjoy our unique combination of traditional real estate offerings, a strong online presence, and fully integrated mortgage, relocation, insurance, title and closing services. Whats more, our presence in both communities strengthens the Keene/Brattleboro connection, and provides a convenient downtown location for our customers.The Masiello Group, with headquarters in Keene, NH, has been ranked the #1 independently owned ERA affiliate for seven consecutive years, and currently sits in the top 1% of the nations residential real estate companies.We couldnt be more excited by this opportunity, said Robert Ross. The extra services we can now offer our buyers and sellers are really incredible and will set us apart from our competition. David Brown echoed those comments. The proven success of Masiello and the hometown commitment of Stepping Stone is an unbeatable combination. We look forward to this expansion of our company and the ability to serve more of our community.For more information about company services, or to access our database of real estate listings for Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine, visit our web site at is external) . To speak with an agent directly about selling your current property or making a purchase, just drop in to the Brattleboro office or call (802) -257-1111.# # #last_img read more

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Marketing budgets: Where credit unions are spending in 2020

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Going into 2020 credit union marketers find themselves with an expanding list of missions to accomplish and a marketing shopping list that just seems to grow longer.As a follow-up to The Financial Brand‘s analysis of overall credit union marketing spending in 2018 compared to 2015, we reached out to a cross-section of credit unions for specifics about their 2020 marketing spending plans. We wanted to know not only how much they expected their marketing budgets to change in 2020, but where the money was going, especially where spending plans were shifting from past patterns. We also asked about anticipated spending on martech, where literally thousands of tools are out there now.Only one institution planned to reduce marketing spending, and this was because efforts had been so successful in the past that regulators wanted management to slow the institution’s growth for a bit. Most credit unions plan to hike marketing budgets in 2020, with one in the process of pushing for an increase of 25% over 2019 levels in order to support a major branding effort. continue reading »last_img read more

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