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The trust also expects to be able to maintain its long-term record of increased annual dividends, according to Edison.Murray Income Trust has delivered a strong overall performance recently. For the year to 31 May, its NAV fell just 3.3%. By contrast, its benchmark, the FTSE All-Share index, fell 11.2%.Meanwhile, the trust paid out dividends of 34p per share for 2019, which equates to a trailing yield of 4.5% at the current share price. Again, there’s no guarantee investors will see that level of payout this year. I’m confident the payout will be attractive though.
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A large multinational protest chanted while mostly white men — “suits” — entered the New York Hilton Jan. 21 for a realtors’ event. The Real Estate Board of New York’s 120th annual banquet began with a $1,100-a-plate dinner and featured New York Mayor Bill de Blasio as guest speaker. A statement distributed by the Citywide Alliance Against Displacement tells of whole communities being evicted and destroyed, small businesses losing their livelihood and working-class families losing grocery stores: “We denounce the underhanded deals between developers and NYC elected officials who receive large campaign contributions from them. We reject Mayor de Blasio’s zoning plan for NYC that promotes luxury development, … displacing more people of color and working families, and eliminating more affordable units than it claims to create. We call on all New Yorkers to join in a grass-roots alliance to stop Mayor de Blasio’s developer-led zoning plans.”The protest demands called for protection against displacement. Unity was strong and expressed in three languages. For more information on follow-up plans, visit contact [email protected]e thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Print This Post June 4, 2015 1,333 Views in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, News The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Tagged with: Department of Justice disparate impact claims Representative Scott Garrett U.S. Supreme Court Related Articles Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Bill Passes House With Amendment Barring DOJ From Funding Disparate Impact Claims Previous: Judge Rules JPMorgan Chase Is Not Responsible For WaMu’s Pre-September 2008 Liabilities Next: Bipartisan Bill Introduced In Congress Aimed At Preventing Fed Bailouts Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Brian Honea’s writing and editing career spans nearly two decades across many forms of media. He served as sports editor for two suburban newspaper chains in the DFW area and has freelanced for such publications as the Yahoo! Contributor Network, Dallas Home Improvement magazine, and the Dallas Morning News. He has written four non-fiction sports books, the latest of which, The Life of Coach Chuck Curtis, was published by the TCU Press in December 2014. A lifelong Texan, Brian received his master’s degree from Amberton University in Garland. The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / Bill Passes House With Amendment Barring DOJ From Funding Disparate Impact Claims While mortgage industry stakeholders and lawmakers await the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on whether or not so-called disparate impact claims are allowed under the Fair Housing Act, the U.S. House of Representatives passed an amendment barring the Justice Department for using funds to bring about such claims.Representative Scott Garrett (R-New Jersey), Chairman of the House Financial Services Capital Markets and Government Sponsored Enterprises Subcommittee, proposed the amendment to H.R.2578, known as the Fiscal Year 2016 Commerce, Justice, and Science Appropriations Act, sponsored by Representative John Abney Culberson (R-Texas) and introduced on May 27. The act, including Garrett’s amendment, passed largely among party lines by a vote of 242 to 173 on Wednesday with only 12 Democrats voting in favor and only 10 Republicans voting against.The disparate impact issue has become a heated one in the last few years, particularly in housing. The rule allowing disparate impact claims, which are allegations made based on neutral practices that may have a discriminatory effect, was passed by the Obama Administration in February 2013. In early November 2014, U.S. District Judge Richard Leon struck down the disparate impact rule, saying that only claims of direct, intentional discrimination could be made under the Fair Housing Act.A case involving a disparate impact claim, Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. The Inclusive Communities Project, Inc., was argued in the U.S. Supreme Court on January 21, 2015. The case centers on allegations that tax credits were awarded to real estate developers who own property in low-income minority dominated neighborhoods and denied to developers who own property in predominantly white neighborhoods. The Supreme Court is expected to make a ruling in July.”While everyone agrees that discrimination has no place in the lending practices of any respectable institution, the application of disparate impact theory has had devastating impacts on law-abiding businesses who have diligently maintained fair and consistent lending standards,” Garrett said Wednesday after H.R. 2578 passed along with his amendment. “The federal government should be encouraging sound business practices, not punishing those that utilize them. I thank my colleagues for taking a stand for small businesses and reinstating equal protection under the laws as guaranteed in our Constitution by the Fourteenth Amendment.”With the Obama Administration backing the disparate impact rule, the bill is likely to meet opposition from the White House if it passes the Senate.The purpose of H.R. 2578 is to provide “FY2016 appropriations to: the Department of Commerce; the Department of Justice (DOJ); science agencies, including the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the National Science Foundation (NSF); and several related agencies.”Click here to see a video of Garrett discussing the amendment. Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Department of Justice disparate impact claims Representative Scott Garrett U.S. Supreme Court 2015-06-04 Brian Honea Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Share Save About Author: Brian Honea Subscribe
Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire News Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Google+ Previous articleMen arrested in dissident probe released without chargeNext articleGAA – Lacey Hoping For Aussie Inclusion & Third All Star News Highland 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Twitter 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Twitter Facebook Google+ WhatsApp County Development Board moves to market Donegal as a Cultural County Pinterest A conference has been told that Donegal’s Culture and Heritage is a major selling point for the county, and a resource which can be used more effectively.Representitives from the arts and culture field addressed the Donegal County Development Board conference in Ballybofey last evening, aliong with representitives from Failte Ireland, the Western Development Commission and the Culture Company in Derry.The spin off from Derry’s UK City of Culture designation in 2013, was addressed, with plans being put in place now for Donegal to achieve maximum benefit from it.Conferencer organiser Aideen Donnelly says the challenge is to market what already exists………[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/aedin1pm.mp3[/podcast] Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th WhatsApp Pinterest Facebook By News Highland – October 5, 2011
News Updates[Covid-19] “Police Has Also Become Complacent”: Allahabad High Court Expresses Displeasure Over Non-Adherence To Mask Rule In UP Akshita Saxena24 March 2021 2:04 AMShare This – xThe Allahabad High Court has expressed strong displeasure over reports of people not adhering to the “mask rule” amid the Covid-19 pandemic. On noting the meagre number of people who were penalized for violating the Covid-safety guidelines in the city of Prayagraj, a Division Bench comprising of Justices Siddhartha Varma and Ajit Kumar observed, “This small number of penalisation…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Allahabad High Court has expressed strong displeasure over reports of people not adhering to the “mask rule” amid the Covid-19 pandemic. On noting the meagre number of people who were penalized for violating the Covid-safety guidelines in the city of Prayagraj, a Division Bench comprising of Justices Siddhartha Varma and Ajit Kumar observed, “This small number of penalisation shows that the police has also become complacent.” The Bench has called for strict implementation of its order dated March 1, issuing several directions to be observed all across the State. the Bench had observed therein that failure to follow such directions would attract strict action under the Epidemic Diseases Act, and other relevant laws such as the Disaster Management Act. ‘People Forgetting That They Have To Protect Themselves From Deadly Covid-19 Virus’: Allahabad High Court Reiterates Directions; Seek Strict Enforcement On Monday, the Bench was informed by the Advocate Commissioner, appointed by the Court to look after implementation of Covid-safety guidelines in the city, that almost nobody is wearing mask. Further, the Police Department told the Bench that they had challaned 1192 persons for not wearing mask in the city of Prayagraj, from the date of its order. Dissatisfied with the ground report, the Bench has sought for appointment of a “responsible police officer” to apprise the Court as to why steps are not being taken to implement its directions contained in the March 1 order. The Bench has also sought response from the counsel appearing for the High Court as to what steps are being taken to make sure that Covid-safety guidelines are observed within the High Court premises. The matter is fixed for hearing on Friday, March 26.Related NewsThis is not the first time that the Allahabad High Court has pulled up the UP Police for its failure to enforce Covid-safety guidelines. In September last year, when the virus was at its peak, the High Court had asked the UP Police to make sure no person moves outside his/ her house without a mask on his/her face. The Court had observed that the Police and the Administration cannot get away by saying that people are to be blamed for not wearing the masks. They cannot say that despite their best efforts, masks are not being worn. In another order, the Bench had pulled up the administration for tuning the social distancing norm into an “empty shibboleth”. “Neither the Government is looking interested in implementing the rule that two individuals should remain two yards away and wear masks nor the people of our State are interested in following the above rule,” the Division bench had remarked. Case Title: In-Re Inhuman Condition At Quarantine Centres… Click Here To Download Order Read OrderNext Story
Google+ WhatsApp A new all-weather RNLI lifeboat, which will be permanently based at Clifden in Connemara, will proudly carry the names of up to 10,000 people, placed on it by their loved ones. The honour of the first name on the new lifeboat will go to a young lifeboat volunteer, Lee Early (26), from Donegal, who tragically lost his life last year when he was involved in an accident on Arranmore Island.The Shannon class all-weather lifeboat, which will be built in the RNLI’s All-Weather Lifeboat centre, is the second such lifeboat to be part of the charity’s ‘Launch a Memory’ fundraising campaign and the first to be based in Ireland.Through the ‘Launch a Memory’ campaign, members of the public and supporters of the charity will be able to commemorate a loved one by making a donation online and submitting that person’s name.The name of each person being remembered will be featured within the lifeboat’s letters (RNLI) and numbers, or decal, displayed on the vessel’s hull in lettering 3-4mm in height. The first Launch a Memory lifeboat is due to go on service in Invergordon, Scotland.Lee was the Deputy Coxswain at Arranmore RNLI and a Skipper of the local ferry, who loved the sea and the charity that saved lives at sea.In a tribute to him, that charity will put his name as the first one on the new lifeboat, contained in the letters RNLI, alongside others whose loved ones want to commemorate them.Lee’s father Jimmy Early, Arranmore RNLI lifeboat Coxswain said, ‘I am so proud that my son’s name will be on the Clifden lifeboat that will be stationed off the west coast of Ireland. We live on an island off a larger island and so the sea is in our blood. I am very proud to be a lifeboat Coxswain, and I was so proud of Lee when he followed in my footsteps. He is with us always. Every time we launch the lifeboat, we think of him, and this is a very meaningful way to commemorate him.’‘I know his name will be joined by thousands of others whose loved ones want them remembered in such a special way. That lifeboat will launch many times in its lifetime and bring many people to safety. I couldn’t think of a better way for someone to be remembered.’RNLI official Owen medland has been liaising with Arranmore Lifeboat for several years……..Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/owenrnli.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Arranmore’s Lee Early remembered in RNLI’s ‘Launch a Memory’ campaign Facebook Facebook By News Highland – July 6, 2020 Pinterest Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Twitter News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Previous articleCity of Derry Airport increased flight schedule takes offNext articleNew jobs on the way to Donegal as Dealz to open new store News Highland Homepage BannerNews
ABC News(NEW YORK) — Hurricane Dorian made landfall along Cape Hatteras, N.C., Friday as those on the state’s low-lying islands battled ferocious rain and braced for flash flooding and dangerous storm surge.Hundreds may be trapped on Ocracoke Island where the deadly storm “is raging” and “waters are rising quickly,” North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said Friday.“I don’t think rescue crews can get in at this point, but they are ready to go as soon as they possibly can,” Cooper said.The Hyde County Sheriff’s Office called the flooding on Ocracoke Island “catastrophic.”Leslie Lanier, who lives on Ocracoke Island, said some residents had to climb into their attics to escape the water.Lanier is OK but “nervous and worried,” she told ABC Raleigh station WTVD.“Hatteras Island is literally drowning… the flooding is insane,” Outer Banks resident Sarah Ashley, who evacuated inland but said her husband stayed behind, told ABC News via email. “We’re praying that these winds die down before high tide [Friday afternoon].”The governor urged those in Dare and Hyde Counties to move to the highest point in their homes as the fierce waters rise.At least four people have died in the Southeast as a result of Dorian, according to The Associated Press, including an 85-year-old man who fell off a ladder in North Carolina while preparing his home for the storm.At least 379,000 homes and businesses were without power across the Carolinas and Virginia on Friday as a result of the storm, now a Category 1 hurricane.Dorian is expected to dump up to 8 inches of rain in northeast North Carolina through Saturday, with as much as 15 inches of total rainfall in some spots.The combination of downpours and storm surge as high as 7 feet could cause life-threatening flash floods.South Carolina has already seen more than 10 inches of rain since the storm barreled up the coast on Thursday.At least 20 tornadoes were reported in the Carolinas on Thursday. One tornado ripped through Emerald Isle, N.C., upending mobile homes and strewing debris across the roads.Another tornado was reported in Little River, S.C., where one resident told ABC Florence affiliate WPDE that they heard what sounded “like a large airplane or a large train coming through.”By Friday afternoon and evening, Dorian’s gusty winds and heavy rain will move out to sea, but the storm is still set to bring heavy rain and up to 4 feet of storm surge to southern Virginia.Even the Northeast will see impacts from Dorian when the storm grazes the coast with heavy rain Friday night into Saturday morning.A coastal flood advisory was issued for parts of New Jersey, New York and coastal Connecticut, while a tropical storm watch was issued for Cape Cod and eastern Maine.Before approaching the United States, Dorian slammed into the Bahamas on Sunday afternoon as a Category 5 hurricane, making the strongest Atlantic hurricane landfall on record.At least 30 people have died in the Bahamas due to Dorian, but the country’s health minister told a local radio station Thursday that the final death count will be “staggering.”The storm hovered over the archipelago’s northern islands for nearly two days, flattening homes, submerging roads and flooding an international airport.Bahamian Prime Minister Hubert Minnis said Dorian left “generational devastation” across the Abaco Islands and Grand Bahama, which are both in the archipelago’s northern region, east of southern Florida.“Everybody’s, like, in a state of shock right now. We lost everything,” one woman said. “So right now we’re in survival mode.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) is pressing employers to tighten upon job-related driving safety before new laws in December make employerspotentially liable if employees use mobile phones at the wheel. Driving at Work: Managing Work-related Road Safety has been developedjointly with the Department of Transport to remind employers of their legalresponsibilities under health and safety law towards staff driving in worktime. It stresses the importance of having and communicating policies and givesadvice on carrying out risk assessments to ensure employees are adequatelyprotected. However, research suggests that British motorists may still be taking majorrisks while driving. More than one in four admit using their mobile phone tomake or receive calls while driving, according to a report by ContinentalResearch. And 10 per cent admit to keying-in a text message when ‘in control’of their vehicle. Continental Research’s James Myring said: “Turning off phones whiledriving may be the only way to resist the urge to answer the phone and resistprosecution.” Firms urged to lead mobile safety driveOn 1 Oct 2003 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.
Home » News » Housing Market » Savers investing an average of £25 a week in ISAs previous nextHousing MarketSavers investing an average of £25 a week in ISAsMillennials are surprisingly engaged in regular investment, but will it build a deposit to buy a home?Sheila Manchester21st March 20180823 Views Moneybox has surveyed 90,000 of its investors in the 17/18 ISA season to ascertain what type of savings provision people are making for the future.After analysis, it was found the average weekly saving was £25, with those in London the biggest ISA contributors(£36 every week), and the people of Sunderland and Belfast saving the least, investing £19 every week.When it came to attitudes, savers in the South had a more daring approach to financial risk, with just over half (50.7%) opting for Moneybox’s ‘adventurous’ global equity-heavy product when investing their weekly savings. This compared to 48.6% of Northerners.Drilling down to town and city level, savers in Southampton are the most adventurous, followed by those in Edinburgh and Sunderland. In contrast, those investing money in Hull are the most risk-averse.What’s particularly encouraging is the number of people getting into the habit of investing every single week.”The Moneybox research also goes some way to dispelling the myth that Millennials spend all their money on cold pressed coffee and avocados. The company – whose average customer age is 31 – said that micro-investing was capturing the attention of younger people. The observation follows the company’s drive to get people saving their spare change to help provide for the future.The trend for small, regular savings dovetails with industry advice that suggests tenants can help accumulate a deposit for their first home by giving up small indulgences and treats. One agent, Strutt & Parker, recently said that giving up six luxuries, such as takeaways and a weekly night out, could save renters more than £6,000 per year.Ben Stanway, co-founder of Moneybox, commented, “What’s particularly encouraging is the number of people getting into the habit of investing every single week. Contrary to popular belief, this proves that Millennials are absolutely willing and able to plan towards their future and are already taking smart steps to make it happen.”millennials investment investments savings savers Moneybox survey Moneybox research Ben Stanway March 21, 2018The NegotiatorWhat’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 2021