Income Baskets

Kudat weavers resume their activities

Farnie Loboi with one of her Lygodium (climbing fern) baskets. KOTA KINABALU (January 30): After a year of extreme isolation and economic decline due to the pandemic, most artisans are unemployed. In Kudat, weavers who supplied their Lygodium (climbing fern) baskets to hotels and tourism-related businesses have earned next to …

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For 3 Hispanic Women, Entrepreneurship Dreams Survived COVID-19

WIMAUMA — Three Hispanic women started their businesses before the pandemic with help from nonprofit organization Wimauma. Their progress over the next two years, in the face of unprecedented challenges for would-be entrepreneurs, is a story of perseverance, adaptability, creative thinking and, for the most part, success. Josefina Martínez, Magda …

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Valkyrie Launches Bitcoin Miners ETF

The appetite for Valkyrie and its customers for ETFs in the crypto world, it continues to grow. After theBitcoin ETFs launched by the group – and the attempt to approve a physical replica – has again just funded a passive management which will focus on the world of minor. It’s …

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Full Covid economic impact on South West town centers revealed

The Covid-19 pandemic has cost the largest cities in the South West more than six months of potential revenue and led to store closures, a new report reveals. The Cities Outlook 2022 report – the Center for Cities’ annual economic assessment of the UK’s largest urban areas – finds Bristol …

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Brighton and Hove News » Pandemic response costs Brighton high street shopkeepers six months of lost income

Coronavirus restrictions have cost traders in Brighton and Hove the equivalent of more than six months of lost revenue. The estimate appears in a new report released today (Monday, January 24) by a policy and research institute called the Center for Cities. The loss of revenue amounted to 28 weeks …

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The local church offers “An unforgettable night” with dinner, music

November 13, 2021 “Although you have made me see many and bitter sorrows, you will give me life again: from the depths of the earth you will bring me up again.” Psalm 71:20 Teachers are overwhelmed with questions. Questions about missions, social expectations, life, spirituality and everything else spice up …

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Rural women open new leaves – Gaonconnection

At an age when most of her friends decided which course to enroll in college, 20-year-old Vijaya Kumari had to shoulder the burden of managing her family of five. Having lost her parents at a young age, she chose not to continue her education and became the sole breadwinner. Initially, …

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Pamplin Media Group – Crook County Rodders changes name

The local auto club changed from a non-profit club to a social club and changed the name to Central Oregon Rodders The local car club visible in Prineville at multiple events is changing its name. The Crook County Rodders are now the Central Oregon Rodders. The Crook County Rodders club …

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2 High Yield Dividend ETFs to Buy Today

Image source: Getty Images Dividend investment is a gift that keeps on giving, provided you invest in the right income-generating assets. Choose the right one high quality dividend stocks and maintaining an income-generating portfolio is not something everyone can do. This carries a considerable degree of risk, even with the …

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Warming trends: Americans’ alarm grows over climate change, plant-based diet packs double carbon and makes hay from plastic India

CULTURE Growing alarm over climate change The number of Americans alarmed by global warming now exceeds the number of Americans who disdain it three to one. That’s according to a biannual opinion poll by Yale’s Climate Change Communication Program and George Mason University’s Center for Climate Change Communication. The latest …

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