Berbatov Pogba has nothing to prove at Man United

first_imgA world champion like Paul Pogba doesn’t need to prove anything to anyone, says former Manchester United striker Dimitar BerbatovThe French midfielder was left out of United’s 4-1 win over Fulham in the Premier League on Saturday after making a 15-minute cameo against Arsenal last week.However, United manager Jose Mourinho confirmed Pogba will be recalled to the starting line-up for their final Group H game at Valencia tonight in the Champions League.The 25-year-old has endured a frustrating start to the 2018/19 campaign, but a strong performance at the Mestalla could lead to further starting opportunities.Although Berbatov doesn’t believe the pressure is on Pogba to perform.“Pogba does not need to show how good he is because we know he’s a good player, he’s a world champion,” Berbatov told BT Sport.harry maguire, manchester UnitedMaguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…“Obviously people expect a lot from him, sometimes maybe too much, and he can’t do it all by himself.“He’s got nothing to prove but hopefully he can get his game going and I don’t think this is a sign that means he definitely won’t play against Liverpool. Maybe it is, but I don’t know.“Sometimes even if you play a lot of games in a row you can still feel good. Say for example, Pogba scores twice against Valencia what does that mean for the Liverpool game?“Personally I would like to see him do well in the Champions League, not just him but the whole team, and then play against Liverpool.”Berbatov also added that Leicester City defender Harry Maguire would be an ideal January signing for his old club.The Valencia-United game will begin at 21:00 (CET) tonight.last_img read more

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Marcelo Its obvious Ronaldo is missed at Real Madrid

first_imgReal Madrid full-back Marcelo admits Cristiano Ronaldo is missed at the club after a difficult start to the seasonThe Portuguese superstar left Real in the summer for Juventus after a trophy and goal-laden nine years.While Ronaldo has since excelled in the Serie A, Real have struggled to adapt to life without their record goalscorer leading the attack.Los Blancos have already lost five of their opening 15 La Liga games this season and suffered their biggest ever European home defeat to CSKA Moscow on Wednesday at 3-0.Marcelo reckons it should come as no surprise to anyone that Real would miss the world’s greatest player, but added that the Spanish giants will always go strong regardless of who comes and goes.Franck Ribery, FiorentinaFiorentina owner: “Ribery played better than Ronaldo!” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Fiorentina owner Rocco Commisso was left gushing over Franck Ribery’s performance against Juventus, which he rates above that of even Cristiano Ronaldo’s.“He is a player who as well as being my team-mate is my friend, as he is with Sergio [Ramos] and Luka [Modric],” Marcelo told Club del Deportista.“It’s obvious that when the best player in the world isn’t in your team you’re going to miss him.“But I don’t want to say that we don’t have the best players in the world in every position.“Any team would like to have Cristiano with them, but Madrid will continue to be Madrid despite players coming and going.”Real will host 19th-place side Rayo Vallecano today at the Santiago Bernabeu in La Liga with kick-off set for 18:30 (CET).last_img read more

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County Board of Supervisors extends local emergency proclamation for Lilac Fire recovery

first_img Categories: Local San Diego News, Wildfires Tags: Lilac Fire FacebookTwitter Updated: 3:56 PM Posted: January 9, 2018 KUSI Newsroom County Board of Supervisors extends local emergency proclamation for Lilac Fire recoverycenter_img SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — The county’s estimated cost of cleanup and erosion control in areas affected by the Lilac Fire stands at $3.9 million, officials said Tuesday as the Board of Supervisors voted to extend a state of emergency in connection with last month’s massive and destructive blaze.San Diego County could recoup about half that cost from a federal grant. Officials are requesting additional state and federal reimbursement that would cover efforts beyond initial erosion control, road repair, debris removal and other cleanup.By the county’s count, 113 homes were destroyed and 55 were damaged in the Lilac Fire, which broke out in Pala Mesa on Dec. 7. Driven by Santa Ana winds, the blaze that scorched 4,100 acres in North County over several days also destroyed two business structures and damaged another five. Ninety other buildings, such as sheds or barns, were destroyed and 18 were damaged, according to the county.The county has overseen the removal of more than 14,500 pounds of hazardous waste from areas burned by the fire; repaired 1,300 feet of guardrail along Old Highway 395; replaced 15 road signs and posts that were damaged; and removed 15 trees that toppled in public areas.The overall cost of the fire response has not yet been calculated. January 9, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, last_img read more

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Man Dies after Lifeguards rescue him in Ocean Beach

first_img KUSI Newsroom, Updated: 10:01 AM January 9, 2019 Posted: January 9, 2019 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Lifeguards rescued a beach-goer Wednesday who was swept into the ocean at the mouth of the San Diego River after chasing his dog into rough surf.The man, identified as Gregg Owens, was admitted to the hospital’s intensive care unit, where he was later pronounced dead, the Medical Examiner’s Office said Thursday.The man, a visitor from Nevada believed to be in his mid-50s to early 60s, entered the water in northern Ocean Beach to retrieve his pet shortly before 2 p.m., according to the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department.A short time later, bystanders noticed that the tourist was face-down in the surf and being dragged out to sea by strong currents, SDFRD spokesman Jose Ysea said.Lifeguards arrived within several minutes, by which point the man was roughly 75 yards from shore. The personnel used a personal watercraft to rescue the victim, finding him unconscious and not breathing.The lifeguards performed CPR on the man on the beach prior to the arrival of an ambulance crew, which took him to UCSD Medical Center in unknown condition.The victim’s dog made it back to shore unharmed, Ysea said.A roughly 36-hour period of dangerously high surf began this morning, prompting authorities to issue beach-area safety warnings and temporarily close Ocean Beach Pier as a precaution. center_img KUSI Newsroom Man Dies after Lifeguards rescue him in Ocean Beach Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

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ASAs WISHH Program Hosts First US Soy Foods Seminar in Myanmar

first_imgAsian food industry representatives gathered on Jan. 28 to gain insight into how they can offer a variety of nutritious foods made with soy and soy ingredients in Myanmar.The American Soybean Association’s (ASA) World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) program organized the seminar with support from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and North Dakota Soybean Council.The seminar is based on WISHH’s USDA-supported research in Myanmar, which is located between India and China and formerly known as Burma. The research suggests that by partnering with the local industry to improve soy processing and increase awareness of soy and soy-based foods, human consumption of soy-based foods will expand in Myanmar.“North Dakota soybean growers are pleased to work through WISHH and USDA to increase the potential for trade for soybeans,” said Art Wosick, who serves as a director of the North Dakota Soybean Council as well as on the WISHH Program Committee. “WISHH’s seminar will help Myanmar’s food processors, importers and others learn why U.S. soybeans are already so popular in foods throughout Asia and around the world.”The Myanmar Food Processors and Exporters Association and Myanmar Edible Oil Dealers Association endorsed the program. It included presentations on the nutrition and health benefits of U.S. soy, new market trends, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs—which use business values and resources to make a positive social impact—that include soy, and the latest news in production, processing and purchasing. WISHH’s program featured speakers from the U.S. Soybean Export Council, which began developing markets for U.S. soy-based aquaculture feeds in Myanmar about four years ago.The market for soy-based foods is currently small in the country that is home to more than 51 million people. Myanmar is already using soy in some foods, ranging from soy nuggets, rice-soy blends, soybean curd, soy cookies and crackers as well as soy beverages, especially in Northern Myanmar. Soy milk is increasingly popular in major cities. Myanmar consumers also use large amounts of vegetable oils for frying as well as an ingredient in sauces, soups and curries.last_img read more

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American Soybean Association Seeks Candidates for Soy Scholarship

first_imgThe American Soybean Association (ASA) wants to give a scholarship to a high school senior interested in pursuing agriculture.The Soy Scholarship is a $5,000 one-time award presented to a high school senior who plans to pursue agriculture as an area of study at any accredited college or university in the 2018-19 academic year. The scholarship is managed by ASA and made possible through a grant by BASF Corporation. High school seniors may apply online Sept. 11-Nov. 20, 2017.  Click here to apply. The scholarship is awarded in $2,500 increments (one per semester) for the 2018-19 school year. The student must maintain successful academic progress and be in good standing with the college or university to receive the full amount of the scholarship.Final selection will be made in early December during the ASA Board meeting. The student will be notified mid-December, with an official announcement made during Commodity Classic in Anaheim, Feb. 27 – March 1, 2018.In addition to the scholarship, BASF will provide the winner and one parent or guardian with a trip to attend Commodity Classic in Anaheim, Calif., where they will receive special recognition at the BASF booth on Tuesday and the ASA Awards Banquet on Wednesday night of Commodity Classic. Click here for more details!last_img read more

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Project lets Amphitheater shrink for some concerts

first_imgClark County’s Sleep Country Amphitheater is getting some renovations to make the big venue smaller for some concerts.A $1.8 million project to allow 7,900 covered seats within the 18,000-person capacity arena to be enclosed for certain shows also could boost ticket revenue by attracting entertainers who won’t risk the bad publicity of playing for a sparse crowd in the giant venue. The list includes most musical acts these days, said Justin Kobluk, executive director of the Clark County Event Center, which shares the 170-acre county fairgrounds with the amphitheater and a collection of smaller buildings west of Interstate 5 at the 179th Street exit.“No artist wants to play to an empty venue,” Kobluk said. “If you put 3,000 or 4,000 people in a space that holds 18,000, it looks empty.”Concerts were a booming industry when the amphitheater opened in 2004, Kobluk explained. Post recession, “there are very few Rolling Stones acts anymore,” he said. “The amphitheater was conceived and built at a time when the economy and live-show touring industry was huge.” Crews from Portland-based Precision Construction started work this week to enclose the open, 300-foot-wide rear end of the structure’s covered pavilion. Project manager Mike Telling expects the work to finish up before the venue’s first concert June 16, featuring country star Tim McGraw. Retractable 25-foot-tall steel panels with interlocking vertical edges will close out the amphitheater’s uncovered lawn area, which accommodates up to 10,000 people, for certain concerts.last_img read more

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EPIC program is all about afterschool fun

first_imgLearn more about East Park Impact Center at www.totallyepic.org.Shortly before 1 p.m. Wednesday, five kids spilled out of a dark-blue van into East Park Church on Northeast 18th Street. They came racing into the wing of the church building and spread out across the game room.Two boys settled in at the small bank of computers set up along one wall. Before they fired up the games they wanted to play, the two activated a timer.They were allowed 15 minutes at the screens.But despite that tight limit on their video-game time, Reyes Sanchez and Ryan Blaize, both 11, come here every Wednesday and will continue to do so, they said. Like most of the kids here, they’ve made friends, had fun and found a safe and sociable way to spend the long Wednesday afternoons.The East Park Impact Center — or EPIC — has become a haven for a small group of kids during the Evergreen school district’s early-release Wednesday. The center currently offers about 25 students a chance to play, learn and build relationships in a structured environment. Many of the students come from difficult backgrounds, but the nonprofit’s efforts appear to have helped them overcome some challenges.EPIC started about two years ago, after a couple of parents read a story in The Columbian about the Rocksolid Community Teen Center in Battle Ground.last_img read more

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Man sent to hospital after crash north of Dollars Corner

first_imgA man in his 20s was sent to the hospital Thursday morning with minor injuries after the truck he was driving was T-boned by a commercial truck north of Dollars Corner, officials said.The crash was reported at the intersection of Northeast 72nd Avenue and Northeast 239th Street just after 8:30 a.m.The passenger truck had flipped on its side and had a minor gas leak, said Clark County Fire & Rescue Battalion Chief Dean Lange. Crews contained the leak on scene and sent the truck’s driver to Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center with minor injuries, he said.The Clark County Sheriff’s Office and AMR also responded.last_img read more

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Suspected drunk driver crashes into tree in Hazel Dell remains in hospital

first_imgA suspected drunk driver remains in the hospital following a single-vehicle crash into a tree in Hazel Dell on Sunday evening. Andrew Davis, 22, of Vancouver was driving a 1988 Toyota Supra when he crashed into a tree at 918 N.W. 87th St. about 9:30 p.m. Sunday. Davis was pinned in the vehicle and extricated by personnel from Clark County Fire District 6. He was transported to PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center, where he remains in satisfactory condition. Clark County sheriff’s deputies arrested Davis on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants, driving with a suspended license, reckless driving and operating a vehicle without an ignition interlock device.last_img read more

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The Morning Press Streets pay for citys growth newcomers flock to county

first_imgA skateboarder travels along Northeast 18th Street near Evergreen High School on Tuesday. Finishing the transformation of 18th Street from a rural two-lane road to a major urban arterial with sidewalks and bicycle lanes ranks among the city’s top transportation priorities, but infrastructure funding has been scarce and the city council will be discussing a new revenue source. Check out the week’s weather forecast for Clark County here.This weekend’s top stories and news you may have missed:Streets pay for Vancouver’s growth“Boom Town,” read a headline from 1994: “Vancouver annexes more land in the ’90s than any other city in Washington, and it’s just the start.”The city’s territory had grown more in four years than it had in the past four decades. And that was before the 1997 Cascade Park annexation — the largest in state history — brought in 58,000 more residents and made Vancouver the state’s fourth-largest city.With an estimated 164,500 residents today, Vancouver remains the fourth-largest city. Its likely to stay that way.Vancouver has no plans for large-scale annexations of Hazel Dell, Salmon Creek or other areas in its urban growth boundary, even though by doing so it would become the state’s second-largest city with a population of more than 275,000 and have arguably greater clout in Olympia.Those “boom town” days are over, partly because of the impact the city’s rapid growth has had on its streets.Read the full story here.Newcomers flocking to Clark CountyClark County newcomers Michael and Sheryl Hendrix are still unpacking the boxes in their newly built Camas house. But they are already feeling at home.Since moving to the small town in June to be near their first-born grandchild and their adult children in Portland, the Seattle transplants are amazed by the friendly people in Camas.last_img read more

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Nurses license revoked in overdose rape case

first_imgThe state Department of Health has revoked the nursing license of Longview resident Ivan Pedersen, who was accused of sexually assaulting another nurse in Vancouver in December 2012 while she was unconscious from a drug overdose.The woman then died of the overdose.The criminal charge of second-degree rape against Pedersen was dismissed April 18 by Clark County Senior Deputy Prosecutor Camara Banfield because more investigation was needed to prosecute the case.The health department and Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission first suspended Pedersen’s license in spring 2013 based on those allegations. A hearing on whether to revoke his license was held March 7 and the decision was released Tuesday.Pedersen was allegedly intoxicated when the incident happened either late Dec. 26 or early Dec. 27 at the 29-year-old victim’s home in Vancouver near Pearson Field. The documents indicate Pedersen told police that he had consumed alcohol and cocaine with the victim at her residence. After she passed out or fell asleep on her bed, he allegedly raped her, the documents state. She didn’t wake up during the alleged rape, but Pedersen claimed she physically responded, according to the documents.last_img read more

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Scientific Games announces key executive appointments

first_img Load More RelatedPosts Scientific Games Corporation has promoted three key executives which it says will solidify the company’s leadership team going into 2019.Current Executive Vice President and Group Chief Executive, Lottery, Jim Kennedy, will become Chairman, Lottery; Senior Vice President Global Lottery Systems, Patrick McHugh, has been appointed the Lottery’s new Executive Vice President and Group Chief Executive; while Senior Vice President for Corporate Development, Jordan Levin, has been named the new Executive Vice President and Group Chief Executive, Digital. Scientific Games said Levin has extensive experience in interactive, digital gaming and sports betting, having led the acquisition and integration of NYX Gaming Group and previously served as President of SG Interactive. “These globally-respected leaders and longtime members of our SG family are the best people to continue our growth trajectory, deliver operational excellence and inspire our employees,” said Scientific Games President and CEO, Barry Cottle.“Pat will leverage his in-depth Lottery experience and proven success at Scientific Games to provide strong operational leadership and innovation. He will work with Jim to continue to execute our global growth strategies.“For SG Digital, Jordan’s digital experience will prove immensely valuable as he formally takes over our rapidly accelerating digital gaming and sports betting businesses.”McHugh’s new role will see him responsible for the global lottery business. He will work with Kennedy to service existing relationships and grow the lottery business in the US and around the world.According to Scientific Games, McHugh has led many of the company’s strategic industry firsts including expanded distribution channels, cashless payments, sports betting, new network technology, iLottery and other digital platforms.“I’m incredibly proud of what we have built at Scientific Games, which I believe is the number one lottery company in the world,” said Kennedy.“We provide our lottery customers the best games, products and services in the industry. I look forward to continuing to help our customers drive record growth for their states and countries as Chairman of the lottery business. Pat has been an invaluable leader in our lottery team and is respected across our industry.“His years of experience, relentless work ethic and commitment to the highest quality products and services for our customers in the US and around the world will ensure that we continue to execute our growth strategy for our existing lottery customers as well grow in new areas, including iLottery and sports betting. I look forward to working with him, the entire team, and our customers to continue to lead our industry into the future.” Gaming opportunities down but Scientific Games holds steady in 2Q19 on growth in international, online segments Marriage proposal provides unexpected highlight at third Macau After Dark Pacific Online says operators still in dark as government confirms 21,000 Philippines lottery outlets closedlast_img read more

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Top 10 most read stories this week

first_imgThe top 10 most read stories on www.employeebenefits.co.uk between 10 and 16 March 2016:EAT reverses ET decision on childcare vouchers.Government confirms plans to limit salary sacrifice.Employer contributions to public sector pensions to increase.Employee Benefits Connect 2016 speaker slides.National minimum wage to rise to £6.95.Tax-free childcare to be phased in and childcare vouchers extended.Cafe recruits cat nannies to support feline workforce.John Lewis and Waitrose employees to receive 10% bonus.Insurance premium tax to rise to 10%.The future work landscape will require a changing approach to reward.last_img read more

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Uber to pay 20m to settle misleading earnings claim

first_imgTaxi and ride-sharing organisation Uber is to pay $20 million (£16,252,235) to settle a claim that it misled prospective drivers by exaggerating how much they could earn in certain cities.The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which brought the charges against Uber, allege that in order to attract new drivers, Uber exaggerated the yearly and hourly income drivers could earn in certain cities, and misled potential drivers about the terms of its vehicle financing options.The FTC contends that although Uber advertised an annual median income of more than $90,000 (£73,230.27) in New York and $74,000 (£60,211.55) in San Francisco on its website, less than 10% of drivers earned these amounts. The FTC claims that drivers’ actual annual median income in these cities was $61,000 (£49,633.85) and $53,000 (£43,124.49), respectively.The FTC alleges that Uber also advertised hourly earnings in job listings, including on Craigslist, that are higher than the typical driver earned.In addition, the FTC claims that drivers were misled about Uber’s Vehicle Solutions Programme, which advertised that drivers could own a car for $140 (£113.91) a week or lease a car for $119 (£96.83) a week. The FTC, however, found these figures to exceed $160 (£130.19) and $200 (£162.73) respectively, with drivers receiving a worse rate on average than they would typically obtain with their credit rating.Uber has agreed to pay $20 million to settle the FTC claim. The money will be used to refund affected drivers across the country. The stipulated order also prohibits Uber from misrepresenting drivers’ earnings and auto finance and lease terms.Jessica Rich, director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection at the FTC, said: “Many consumers sign up to drive for Uber, but they shouldn’t be taken for a ride about their earnings potential or the cost of financing a car through Uber. This settlement will put millions of dollars back in Uber drivers’ pockets.”An spokesperson at Uber said: “We’re pleased to have reached an agreement with the FTC. We’ve made many improvements to the driver experience over the last year and will continue to focus on ensuring that Uber is the best option for anyone looking to earn money on their own schedule.”last_img read more

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Johnson and Johnson rolls out global parental benefits to 60 countries

first_imgPharmaceutical organisation Johnson and Johnson has rolled out a global parental leave benefit to 60 of its operating locations in order to improve its maternity, paternity and adoption provision.From 1 August 2017, the organisation rolled out enhanced parental leave in 60 countries including the UK, Malaysia, China, Australia, Belgium, Mexico, India, South Korea, New Zealand and Kenya.It introduced the first of its global parental leave arrangements in the US in 2015. The organisation’s Brazil site brought the policies into effect from May 2017, while Argentina introduced the benefits from June 2017.Between September 2017 and January 2018, Johnson and Johnson will roll out the enhanced parental leave benefits in Kazakhstan, Belarus, Georgia, Armenia, Switzrland, Israel, Russia and Germany.Under the terms of its enhanced policy, all new parents will be entitled to a minimum of eight weeks fully paid maternity, paternity or adoption leave where more extensive provision did not previously exist.For example, in Malaysia, the organisation has increased fully paid maternity leave, giving staff an additional 5.2 weeks on full pay on top of the existing six week recovery period and 2.8 weeks maternity leave. It has also extended paternity leave two days to eight weeks on full pay and introduced introduced eight weeks fully paid adoption leave, for which no previous provision was in place.The enhanced parental leave forms part of a wider global family-friendly benefits package, which includes temperature controlled breast milk delivery for nursing mothers travelling for business purposes and on-site childcare centres. In addition, US employees can access financial benefits to help with the costs associated with having a family. This includes a $35,000 (£27,342) benefit to contribute towards fertility treatments, a $20,000 (£15,624) benefit to help families adopt a child under the age of 18, and a $20,000 reimbursement per child for eligible services related to surrogacy. Speech, occupational, and physical therapy, as well as applied behaviourial analysis, is also covered for US employees.Peter Fasolo, executive vice president, chief human resources officer at Johnson and Johnson, said: “At Johnson and Johnson, we are making long-term investments in our employees, prioritising flexibility, fostering growth and sustained engagement, while meeting the needs of working families. We are proud to continually lead the way in providing progressive benefits to our employees, which in turn, creates healthier families and communities across the world.”last_img read more

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UK has a 31 pension gender gap

first_imgThe UK has a 31% pension gender gap, with an average female pension pot of £16,083 compared to the average male pension savings of £23,416, according to research by PensionBee.Its analysis of 5,098 individuals who save into PensionBee pensions also found that the gender gap in Northern Ireland is 76%, with women having average retirement savings of £4,031, compared to men’s average pension pot of £16,485.Scotland has a 32% pension gender gap, as female savers have accrued an average pension of £15,737, compared to male savers with £23,291. Wales, on the other hand, records a pension gender gap of 51%, with women able to rely on an average pension of £8,552 and men saving £17,417.Greater London has a 27% pension gender gap. Women have been able to save an average pension of £19,415, compared to men’s average pension pot of £26,538.Female pension savers aged over 50 have an average pension of £31,254 and men over 50 have an average pension of £53,449. This equates to a pension gender gap of 42%. For individuals aged between 40 and 49, the gender gap is 30%, with women saving on average £26,901 into their pension and men saving £38,384.Female pension savers under 29-years-old have saved an average pension pot of £3,309 while men have saved £4,927 into their pension. This is a 33% pension gender gap.Romi Savova (pictured), chief executive officer at PensionBee, said: “It’s not fair that a pension gender gap exists, but given the reality of lower pay as disclosed by most UK [organisations], it is important that women take action early on to stop income inequality becoming a life-long burden.“Targeted pension contributions are a great way to put women back on equal footing and something every woman should consider as part of her retirement planning.”last_img read more

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Crook steals cash from Wilton Manors cellphone repair shop

first_imgWILTON MANORS, FLA. (WSVN) – – Surveillance video captured the scene as a crook got away with fast cash at a Wilton Manors store.The footage, recorded on March 14, showed the man as he rummaged through the back office of the cellphone repair store.The crook managed to get away with cash from an employee’s wallet and a register.He then argued with the clerk outside after refusing to pay for phone repairs at the shop, which is located along East Oakland Park Boulevard and Northeast Second Avenue.If you have any information on this theft, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $3,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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Elementary school in MiamiDade temporarily evacuated

first_imgMIAMI SHORES, FLA. (WSVN) – An elementary school in Miami Shores was temporarily evacuated, Monday morning.According to Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, Hubert O’ Sibley Elementary School was briefly evacuated after reports of a gas leak.Crews investigated and gave the all-clear, but a second call was received after a student fell due to unrelated reasons.Fire rescue crews checked on the student and determined she did not need to go to the hospital.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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