PUBLIC NOTICES: Search for missing landlord, garage extension and removing antennas – Yahoo News UK

PUBLIC NOTICES: Housing extensions, goods vehicle licences, and a search for missing landlord All of the recent public notices issued to Swindon Borough Council. CASTLE EATON Applications can be viewed using the Public Access system via the website http://pa.swindon.gov.uk/publicaccess and by entering the application number into the search box. Any person who wishes to make

Evening headlines: Meath man missing in Los Angeles has been found dead; Michael Lynn tells trial he saw gay prisoner beheaded – Independent.ie

Here are the main headlines of the evening. Meath man Gary Reilly (28) who was missing in Los Angeles has been found dead Gary Reilly (28), from Ballinlough, between Kells and Oldcastle, was last seen on a midnight bus on May 5 travelling from Bakersfield to LA in California, a journey of two hours’ length.

European stocks rise despite some worries over inflation data – The Irish Times

European stocks rose for a second day running despite US figures showing inflation heated up last month. DUBLIN Dealers said shares lost ground on unexpectedly high US consumer price data, but bounced back later on. Ryanair Holdings climbed 2.36 per cent to €13.655 as holiday business TUI, and budget accommodation booker Hostelworld, signalled a strong

European stock rise despite some worries over inflation data – The Irish Times

European stocks rose for a second day running despite US figures showing inflation heated up last month. DUBLIN Dealers said shares lost ground on unexpectedly high US consumer price data, but bounced back later on. Ryanair Holdings climbed 2.36 per cent to €13.655 as holiday business TUI, and budget accommodation booker Hostelworld, signalled a strong

Queen's Speech – Landlord Reactions – Property118

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Landlord, 53, jailed in first ‘sex for rent’ case in UK – Yahoo News UK

Christopher Cox (ITV) A landlord who is the first person to be convicted for “sex-for-rent” offences in England and Wales has been jailed for 12 months. Christopher Cox, 53, “targeted vulnerable young women” who needed a place to stay including one female who was homeless, “unwell and desperate”, Guildford Crown Court heard. Cox previously pleaded

All The New Legislation Set Out In The Queen's Speech – PoliticsHome

The Queen’s Speech at the state opening of Parliament was delivered by Prince Charles this year (Alamy) 13 min read3 hr The Government promised to “grow and strengthen the economy and help ease the cost of living for families” in this year’s Queen’s Speech, but announced no new measures to tackle the crisis. The Queen,

Queen's Speech at a glance: The key pledges as Prince Charles sets out Government's agenda – The Telegraph

There are 38 bills in this year’s Queen’s speech, up from 30 last year, and they cover a wide range of government policies for the upcoming session. It includes several bills that have been “carried over” from the previous session of Parliament because they have not yet received royal assent, giving ministers a packed timetable

The mouldy misery of Wellington's rental market – Stuff

How a hamstrung Tenancy Tribunal and weak rental laws are leaving tenants at the mercy of landlords who won’t fix run-down rentals. Massey University journalism students Mary Argue, James Pocock and Lucy Revill report. There has been a steady downpour in Wellington for the past three days. It is immediately obvious touching the windowsill in

The mouldy misery of Wellington’s rental market – Newsroom

Housing How a hamstrung Tenancy Tribunal and weak rental laws are leaving tenants at the mercy of landlords who won’t fix run-down rentals. Massey University journalism students Mary Argue, James Pocock and Lucy Revill report.  There has been a steady downpour in Wellington for the past three days. It is immediately obvious touching the windowsill in