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Blues owners 'have no intention to sell'
Birmingham City's Chinese owners have no intention to sell the Championship club, says director Edward Zheng.
County puts millions toward increasing wages for election workers - Austin Monitor
Friday, January 21, 2022 by Seth Smalley
Everett Lee, Who Broke Color Barriers on the Conductor's Podium, Dies at 105
He was known as the first Black conductor on Broadway and the first to conduct a white orchestra in the South. Mr. Lee went on to a successful career in Europe.
Ex-banker NHS chair must 'get up to speed' on social care, MPs warn
The new chair of the NHS must get up to speed on social care, MPs have warned as they approved the banking chief's appointment.
Toronto 911 operator says 'people are being hurt' by being put on hold for 2-10 minutes | CBC News
A baby not breathing, a drowning and a person suffering from a gunshot wound.
Care home staff vacancy rate almost doubled since April, says regulator
More than one in 10 care home staff positions in England were unfilled at the end of 2021, figures suggest.
Bus driver who lost job for 'being too short' reinstated after appeal
A woman who was dismissed from her job as a bus driver for "being too short" has been reinstated, the bus operator said.
Dezeen Jobs posted a record 3,600 vacancies in 2021 as the recruitment market booms
Happy new year from Dezeen Jobs! Last year we helped 1,760 companies with their recruitment needs, confirming our position as the world's most vibrant architecture and design jobs board.
Manchester bus driver dismissed for being 'too short' given job back after appeal
A woman who was dismissed after she flagged that she was "too short" to drive safely due to a bus redesign has been reinstated, the bus operator has said.
Recruitment of veterans by extremists may increase, top Democrat warns
A top US lawmaker who heads a congressional committee investigating the targeting of veterans by extremist groups has warned that the problem is a serious one and could get bigger unless it is effectively combated.