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About 662,000 workers filed claims, a 2 percent drop from a year earlier, the Council for Disability Awareness said in a report based on data from 2008 through 2012. Still, total claims payments grew to $9.4 billion in 2012, the fifth straight year
Speaking yesterday at the sod-turning for the expansion of the Chaguaramas Boardwalk and the launch of ZIP-TT Adventure Tours on the Chaguaramas Board Walk, Williams Bay, Tewarie said the work that has been done by the Chaguaramas Development
MAY 2013 has seen a profusion of voices speaking out, both in pain and in outrage, against the blatant disregard for children and their inherent rights. Newspapers, television stations and radio shows have showcased the voices of those children who
The Salt Lake Tribune Ogden The Weber County Commission approved a consulting contract Tuesday with Bonneville Research to develop a project area plan and budget that could allow future tax revenues to flow back into the Summit Mountain Holding Group'
A new draft law is being weighed by the Dubai government that will require social care facilities to be licensed by the Community Development Authority (CDA) in order to operate in the emirate, including free zones, said a senior CDA official.
As if stone crushers had not caused a significant destruction to the tail-end of the Margalla Hills, citizens of Islamabad have also started gnawing and causing environmental damage to the pristine setting. A private individual has cleared acres of
Foundation (SJF) kick-started Child-Month activities on Wednesday with its second in a series of training for staff at the Child Development Agency (CDA). The workshops aim to foster awareness on issues surrounding child sexual abuse and play therapy.
Sunday April 28, 2013 Tyrone Reid, Senior Staff Reporter Jamaica's Corporate Area-based Foster Parent Association has declared that the State-sponsored programme designed to aid children in need of care and protection is failing...She called for a
Soon after the dismissal of Pervez Musharraf's plea for bail, the Supreme Court on Thursday directed the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to demolish illegal constructions in the former president's farmhouse. Hearing a case against agriculture
Islamabad has seen many new fancy stores emerge lately that provide more variety of choice to customers and are appreciated, but the residents are inconvenienced by the encroachment of parking spaces and sidewalks due to the emergence of these new