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Gov. Sam Brownback said creating a new rural housing program may be on Kansas legislators' agenda next year because communities see it as important to attracting new workers. Brownback said during a meeting of economic advisers that as he's traveled
Are there eco villages or sustainable communities (rural or urban) in the Northwest Arkansas area? Continuing our exploration of urban and rural sustainable communities in Northwest Arkansas, there are some options in the countryside.
PKR leaders and the party's adviser should be responsive to the Selangor people's opinion that the pay hike for the state's representatives are too high, said Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin. "The money is from the people and when they
Bill's amendment good news' for rural communities The passing of the Medicines Amendment Bill allowing Nurse Practitioners to be authorised prescribers within their scope of practice is appropriate recognition of their skills and training, and good
November 2013 Telecom's expanding mobile network connects locals in Bay of Plenty Locals and visitors to Bay of Plenty will have a choice of mobile provider, with Telecom announcing today that it will invest more than $175,000 on improved coverage
Pat Farry Rural Health Education Trust Travelling Scholarship has been awarded to two worthy recipients with interesting careers in rural health ahead of them...We need providers who are well rounded and experienced, who are able to work expertly
When dollars spent on programs do not appear to correlate directly to our well-being or our personal welfare, it is easy to determine that they are an unnecessary expense...There are several misconceptions about crop insurance, one of the greatest
Creating Dialogue for Change forum was organised by NGO Live and Learn for Tavakubu. The forum, which was held in Lautoka last week, was attended by about 40 men and women. Talks also focused on the need to establish dialogue on women's development
However, Wang, who is deputy director of the ministry's social welfare and charity promotion department, said many families struggle to meet the demands in caring for elderly relatives and that the government aims to respond to that situation.
One sign of the dysfunction in Washington, D.C., these days is that the conversations there have completely detached from the ones happening in kitchens and living rooms across Colorado and the country. Throughout the past few days, we traveled the