Work begins on £ 5million boutique hotel program in Chester

Wildes Hotel Group has announced that work has started on a multi-million pound project to transform a historic site in the North West of England into a luxury hotel, restaurant and spa. The town of Chester, famous for its Roman walls and medieval rows, is preparing for the arrival of a stylish new hotel. Reinventing a historic site Wildes Hotel ...

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NIHF Industry Report Highlights Sector Resilience

The impact of Covid-19 on the Northern Ireland hotel sector will be on the 2021 Hospitality Exchange agenda, but the focus will be firmly on the future and support to restore the industry to pre-pandemic levels. Taking place at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on October 12-13, the two-day conference program will be a combination of analysis, advice and support for ...

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Most of the homeless in the Oceanside voucher program returned to the streets after leaving the hotel

Sea side – As part of the hotel voucher program launched by the City of Oceanside in April, more people have been returned homeless than finding housing and services to keep them off the streets. Deputy City Manager Michael Gossman said 147 people participated in the program, 23 of whom were still at the Mission Avenue hotel. Of the 124 ...

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Maharashtra MHT CET 2021 Result date announced, check here

Announcement of Maharashtra MHT CET 2021 result (representative) Image Credit: Shutterstock Maharashtra CET result date: The date for the 2021 Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT CET) results has been announced. The Maharashtra State Joint Entrance Testing Cell (CET cell) said the results of the entrance exam will be reported no later than October 28. MHT CET results for the PCB ...

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Live markets, Monday, October 11, 2021

Considering all the revolving announcements coming from the Sunshine State, maybe they should rename it Greensland? In the wake of Twiggy Forrest’s renewable hydrogen projects, fertilizer and chemical manufacturer Incitec Pivot announced a study into the feasibility of green ammonia production. This is an environmentally friendly product, not the color. Incitec Pivot and Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) announced today that ...

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There’s phantom inflation happening all around us

Inflation rose in 2021, with various official measures of consumer prices rising faster than they have for years. But in one crucial respect, the data can underestimate things. Many types of businesses facing supply disruptions and labor shortages have addressed these issues not by raising prices (or not just raising prices), but by taking actions that could offer their customers ...

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Reviews | How “opportunity zones” became a tax loophole for the rich

Congress inserted a provision into the 2017 tax bill that led to the creation of 8,764 tax havens across the United States, called “opportunity zones.” With a capital gains tax break sold as a way to get the rich to invest in poor neighborhoods, opportunity zones appear to offer more opportunities for the rich to reduce their taxes than to ...

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A celebrity-favored casual wear brand and a pop singer who sings fluently in Punjabi, Kannada

When it comes to dressing, many people preferred to wear stylish clothes rather than comfortable ones. However, that is about to change. With people staying indoors due to COVID-19, the definition of dressing changed in 2021, where comfort with a flair reigns supreme. This has led many brands to adapt to the new expectations. One such brand is the handcrafted ...

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State’s New Health Care System Will Bring Changes to Napa’s Homeless Service System | Local News

“It was an opportunity for the jurisdictions, usually run by counties, to really see what was working to handle high-acuity Medi-Cal clients and to link directly to the savings in the healthcare system,” said Rattigan. “So the upstream services would hopefully lead to savings in the downstream health system. “ Incoming CalAIM system retains the option for Medi-Cal to pay ...

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COVID-related conference and event cancellations have taken $ 39 million from Anchorage’s economy this year

Dena’ina Civic and Convention Center in downtown Anchorage on Tuesday, October 5, 2021 (Bill Roth / ADN) As Alaska faces a wave of COVID-19 that has swelled in recent weeks, several local groups have canceled or postponed conferences and meetings during Anchorage’s generally busy fall convention season. As the coronavirus continued to hamper international travel, an international group also canceled. ...

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