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Germany-based neobank unicorn N26 is under investigation from German banking regulator Bafin after reports emerged about potential fraudulent transactions and issues with the neobank’s customer service, according to City A.M.
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Ministers say this would help councils intervene when standards are poor or if children are at risk.
I needed to curl up with a good nook. And not just any nook. I was after a comfortable place to read at home, with gentle light, proper padding and a place to rest my tired wheels. Maybe some coffee nearby, and Brahms, played at a whisper. Basically, what I wanted was a reading womb. I had tried
Bipartisan Bill Would Give Millions To Local Governments To Fight Homelessness: "bill to award local governments $750 million a year for the next five years to combat homelessness. introduced last week by Sens. Feinstein and Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Reps. Lieu (D-Calif.) and Stivers (R-Ohio)"
More than 550,000 people are homeless in the United States today, and 25 percent of them are in California. Sen. Dianne Feinstein says it’s a national crisis.
His decision to cut off one sibling forces another to make a hard choice.
As the final season gets underway, the loose ends are piling up. We run the odds on the biggest burning questions, from who Arya will kill to whether Brienne and Tormund will make ‘giant warrior babies’
Season eight of Game of Thrones has more than a few smouldering questions it needs to answer in its six bumper-length episodes. And as it’s the final season, no character is safe. Who will live, who will die – all bets are off. Which invariably means all bets are on.
It’s not all about total...
As 74 percent of Apple’s carbon footprint coming from suppliers, Apple has persuaded 15 more of its suppliers, including Foxconn and TSMC, to manufacture Apple products using 100 percent clean energy.
74 percent of Apple’s carbon footprint comes from suppliers
Counties with more trees and shrubs spend less on Medicare, finds new study from 3,086 of the 3,103 counties in the continental U.S. The relationship persists even when accounting for economic, geographic or other factors that might independently influence health care costs.
Medicare costs tend to be lower in counties with more forests and shrublands than in counties dominated by other types of land cover. The relationship persists even when accounting for economic, geographic or other factors that might independently influence health care costs, researchers report.
A total of 30 new Headspace services will be funded in Australia over seven years for a cost of $111.3 million, plus $152 million to reduce the wait list for young people seeking mental health services.