TV tonight: Kathy Burke explores our obsession with money | Television & radio

[ad_1] Kathy Burke: Money Talks 10pm, Channel 4 The beloved comic Kathy Burke fronts this two-part documentary examining our peculiarly British relationship to money. Burke starts off by reuniting with her longtime comedy pals Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse to discuss the Thatcherite politics that provided the backdrop to their early sketches, before she goes … Read more

Inside Housing – Insight – The pandemic and mental health: what are the next steps for building a wellness strategy?

[ad_1] Sponsored by HomeLINK A discussion hosted by Inside Housing, in association with HomeLINK, explores the lessons learned over the past year and how they should guide wellness strategies moving forward. Illustration by Neil Webb Sharelines Research by @MindCharity found 1 in 3 social housing residents experience mental health issues. An @InsideHousing roundtable explores the lessons … Read more

Corporate travel rebound signals first signs of recovery in decimated sector

[ad_1] Corporate travel is beginning to rebound as coronavirus restrictions ease in many parts of the world, signalling the first signs of recovery for an industry decimated by the pandemic. Hotels, airlines and travel companies all report a rise in corporate bookings over recent weeks as executives return to the road following months of virtual … Read more

Education notebook: Morrison teacher one of eight in America to win agriculture award | Education

[ad_1] The National Excellence in Teaching About Agriculture Award is presented annually by the National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization to teachers that incorporate agricultural concepts to cover other subjects, such math, art, reading or, in Tammy Will’s case, science. Courtesy, Morrison Public Schools National recognition: Morrison High School’s Tammy Will is one of eight … Read more

Leeds mum made redundant in pandemic launches sustainable kids clothing brand at White Rose

[ad_1] Maria Masud launched the Kool Kiddos kiosk at White Rose Shopping Centre on Saturday, after the success of her online store which launched earlier this year. The brand sells colourful clothing for children aged 5-10 with slogans around sustainability and saving the planet. Her second collection, Hoodify, will market children aged 12-15. Sign up … Read more

How wireless access control enhances the security of the education sector

[ad_1] Educational security With a combination of duty of care, valuable equipment and personal data, the education sector presents one of the biggest security challenges. Choosing the right access control solution is important. Is wirelessization an option? ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions certainly believes so. The ideal access control solution for a school, university, or university … Read more

Incentives For Auto Industry: FBR Issues Details

[ad_1] The Federal Board Of Revenue (FBR), Friday, Issued The Details Of The Incentives Provided To The Auto Industry Through Finance Act 2021. The Federal Board Of Revenue (FBR), Friday, Issued The Details Of The Incentives Provided To The Auto Industry Through Finance Act 2021. According to the FBR’s budget instructions issued to the Collectors … Read more

Rs 82,000 cr lying in unclaimed bank a/cs, life insurance, mutual funds, PF: How to get your money back

[ad_1] When its flagship equity scheme completed 25 years, a fund house wrote to investors who had remained invested in the scheme for more than two decades. But the note of congratulation led to a completely unexpected outcome. Over the next few weeks, there was a perplexing flurry of redemption requests from many long-time investors. … Read more

New education minister planning 5-day school week for grades 7-12

[ad_1] New Education Minister Yifat Shasha-Biton plans to shrink the school week for middle school and high school students in Israel from six to five days starting next year. The new schedule will supposedly come into effect after the summer vacation, which kicked off on June 20 and will end on September 1. Schools will … Read more

Coronavirus latest: Consortium makes $17bn bid for Sydney Airport

[ad_1] Russian higher educational institutions are expected to allow foreign students who have been inoculated with any vaccine to study in the country. “Universities will have a common policy on this issue. I think we will accept any vaccine,” said Pavel Shevtsov, deputy head of Rossotrudnichestvo, a foreign ministry agency overseeing students. Brazil’s top prosecutor … Read more