Monthly Archives: July 2014

Woolworths trademark maps out financial services ambition

Eager to not fall behind arch rival Coles as it pushes deeper into offering a suite of financial services to shoppers, Woolworths has mapped out its own ambitious plan for its Woolworths Money brand by securing new trademarks across a … Continue reading

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BBA figures reveal UK’s personal loan debt hotspots

Seventy years ago last month, allied leaders including Winston Churchill, President Eisenhower and Charles de Gaulle met on a train in the Hampshire village of Droxford to discuss the imminent D-day invasion. But now it has emerged that Droxford has … Continue reading

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Junior roller derby is coming to town

Roller Derby comes to Byron Bay this Friday when teams from Byron’s own Bay Rollers, the Beach Babes and the Hillbilly Hotties go head to head at the Byron Sports Complex. Featuring skaters from The Bay Rollers with members of the Tweed … Continue reading

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Can I Get a Credit Card with Poor Credit?

Dear Credit Card Adviser, I have been applying for secured and unsecured credit cards as a way to rebuild credit. I keep getting denied because of unpaid medical bills. Are there credit cards that someone with poor credit can qualify … Continue reading

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Design for State High School Project Expected by Mid-2015

A timeline for the State College High School renovation project is taking shape, with the design team reviewing a planned calendar with the school board Monday night. Ed Poprik, director of physical plant for the district, says since voters approved … Continue reading

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Sainsbury’s Bank slashes the rate on its personal loans in flash sale – making …

Sainsburys Bank has slashed loan rates to 3.9 per cent on amounts between £7,500 and £15,000 in a temporary loan sale lasting until 3pm on Tuesday July 22. The supermarket giant has become the first lender to open up the … Continue reading

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Best personal loan rate drops below 4pc

The unprecedented rates war on personal loans has seen the best buy drop below 4pc for the first time.

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Funding secured for Woking’s Victoria Arch

Fundings been secured for a scheme to improve Wokings Victoria Arch. Itll include the construction of new pedestrian and cycle tunnels either side of the arch, allowing for the carriageway to be widened from two to three lanes. Its part … Continue reading

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Make Sure to Dodge These 6 Retirement Dangers

A lot of families end up going one of two routes: either spending freely on many things they perhaps denied themselves before–such as expensive trips, dining out frequently and shopping trips–or remaining focused on building up their nest eggs to … Continue reading

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Council staff sacked for credit card misuse

At least three Wellington City Council staff have been dismissed for fraudulently misusing council-issued charge cards – and one case of fraud has been referred to police. However, the council has deemed it unnecessary to conduct a full audit of … Continue reading

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