Posted February 11, 2019 12:41:44 | Updated February 11, 2019 16:39:44 Music festival organisers and the NSW Police lock horns over the reason for the sudden cancellation of a Central Coast event, with organisers denying it was plagued by "mismanagement". Topics: music, arts-and-entertainment, government-and-politics, local-government, police, newcastle-2300, nsw, sydney-2000, lithgow-2790, kariong-2250 Posted June 11, 2018 13:44:52Young men detained for assault, theft and drug offences are training guide dogs in a program they say is changing their lives. Topics: youth, community-and-society, animals, human-interest, kariong-2250, nsw Posted January 08, 2017 15:05:42Three juvenile justice workers are injured while trying to break up a fight between inmates at the Frank Baxter Juvenile Justice Centre on the NSW Central Coast. Topics: law-crime-and-justice, crime, kariong-2250, nsw image Posted January 11, 2016 16:12:27 | Updated January 11, 2016 17:23:44 Topics: … [Read more...] about Kariong
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Reporter Charlie Bullough looks at the impact of bus funding cuts and what can be done to improve services The Campaign for Better Transport has a blunt message about the national state of our bus services. The charity has entitled its report ‘Buses in Crisis’. Recent Government figures show the number of local bus journeys are at a 12-year low. According to the data, 1.2 billion journeys were made in Britain between April and June this year. That’s a 10 per cent dip from the peak of 2008.The statistics follow on the back of the publication of The Campaign for Better Transport’s report about bus funding across England and Wales from 2010 to 2018.It made Freedom of Information requests to all 110 local transport authorities across England and Wales to get a full picture of recent bus cuts. In short, it found local authority bus budgets in England and Wales were cut by £20.5 million in just the last year - the eighth year in a row budgets have been cut. … [Read more...] about Feature: ‘Crisis’ on the buses
This dog lover lives by the rule that you can never rescue too many schnauzers. Ali Bates - a yoga, pilates and fitness instructor, freelance marketing consultant and canine massage therapist from the Mole Valley area, near Cranleigh - is dedicated to rescuing schnauzers from puppy farms and has adopted seven of the little dogs over 14 years. She currently has four schnauzers - Minxy, Jellybean, Lola and Charlie - and two patterdale terriers, Gertie and Mally - all of whom are rescued. And if her dedication to schnauzers is not enough, she will be leading a mass schnauzer walk in Holmbury Hill on October 13 for Schnauzerfest - a series of dog walks across the country which celebrates the popular dog breed and raises money to help abused or neglected dogs. Read More Happy dog news In the past, Ali has had three other rescue schnauzers, Meg, Light and Kali, one German shepherd/collie cross called Eddie and another patterdale terrier called Tom Pickle. They have all passed away. The … [Read more...] about The fitness instructor who adopted 7 schnauzers and 11 rescue dogs
Tom Coulter Published 7:00 AM EDT Sep 16, 2018 Many of us have heard the term “HSA,” but in my experience, few people fully comprehend what’s behind the initialism. What is an HSA? HSA stands for Health Savings Account. It is a type of account into which taxpayers with high deductible health plans (HDHPs) can contribute pre-tax dollars, which remain untaxed if withdrawn to pay for qualified health expenses. Anything earned on those contributed dollars remains tax-free, too. In 2018 those individuals under single medical coverage are limited to contributing $3,450. Those under qualified family medical plans are limited to $6,900. Unspent contributions roll forward indefinitely, and those age 55 and over are allowed an additional $1,000 annually. Contributions are generally limited to those under age 65. HSAs are also investable. After meeting a threshold of cash (typically $0-$2,000 set bank by bank), the excess can be invested for growth. When you spend from the … [Read more...] about Tom Coulter: Let’s give HSAs some TLC
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