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The teacher pay debate took center stage at a meeting Monday afternoon in Raleigh. Wake County Commissioners are taking steps to boost the county's portion of teacher pay. On Monday, commissioners committed to working with the school system to find
Most of the NPLs are from the hire purchase business and from customers assessed qualitatively [as opposed to those assessed simply by due-date compliance]," Aphinant Klewpatinond, president and chairman of the commercial banking business of
Japan takes steps over sea leak The crippled Fukushima plant has faced water leaks and power cuts in recent months Japan says it is taking steps to prevent contaminated water from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant leaking into the sea.
Western Railway takes steps to avoid train collisions '+google_ads[i].line2 +' '+google_ads[i].line3 + ' Western Railway (WR) has decided to modify route change rules and its signalling and telecom system after a slow Borivali local collided with a
Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has already undertaken an aerial survey of the flood affected areas. He visited Morigaon, Darrang, Sonitpur, Lakhimpur and Dhemaji districts, besides the severely-affected Kaziranga National Park and the world's
The head of that government, Augusto Pinochet , died in 2006 without ever being tried for crimes against humanity, and his impunity is a source of anger for many Chileans who wanted him to face the justice system. Skip to next paragraph Recent
BISHKEK – As wheat prices soar to new highs, Kyrgyzstani authorities are taking steps to secure uninterrupted bread and flour supplies for citizens and prevent further price hikes. “Bread is the basic food product
The Passaic Valley Water Commission said Wednesday that it has begun to reduce its overtime costs by shifting the work schedules of some workers at the laboratory and treatment plant in Little Falls . Officials at the utility, who say they spent more
N.Y. (AP) — Plant pathologists are already recommending farmers and gardeners take steps to avoid another outbreak of late blight. The disease destroyed millions of dollars worth of tomatoes in the eastern U.S. last summer.