Sorting out your car insurance can be stressful. Once you've decided what kind of cover suits you, you need to choose whether you want to insure your car for an agreed or the market value. So, what's the difference?
Kiwis are an enterprising bunch. It's been estimated that there are over 460,000 small businesses here in New Zealand. Many of those started, and continue to be run, right from home. But what elevates the computer nook in your home to an actual office - and how does the difference affect your insurance?
Print this page Email article In what has become a depressingly regular occurrence, major UK banks are once again recovering from IT system outages that left customers unable to access their online accounts. Cue the standard gnashing of teeth, enraged tweets and apologetic, red-faced bank reps citing "complex technical issues".
Health fears for Trafford residents have been quelled after the council last night rejected proposals for a biomass power plant in Davyhulme. Planning committee members voted unanimously against the plans by Peel Energy, stating the plant would not be far enough from homes and would potentially have an adverse impact on the regeneration of the area.
HIV is still the cause of shocking levels of ignorance and discrimination in British society, says the George House Trust. The Manchester based charity's words come after last week's announcement from the Department of Health that there would be a consultation on relaxing restrictions on HIV positive healthcare workers.
A vicar who fought against apartheid in South Africa is looking to Manchester for ideas on how to bring his own community in Cape Town closer together. Last May, the Very Reverend Michael Weeder was installed as Dean and first rector of St George's Cathedral - a church which has come to be known as 'The People's Cathedral' due to the unifying role it played during the country's struggles.
Increased activity in the Exploration and Production (E&P) sector will be the primary driver in pushing oil and gas capital expenditure (capex) to an enormous $1,039 billion for 2012, states the latest report by natural resources experts GlobalData.
Mobile health (mHealth) solutions that allow patient consultation and monitoring, among other benefits, are surging in popularity as the spread of smartphones and tablets expands, says healthcare industry analysts GlobalData in a new report.
An insatiable manufacturing industry, a surging economy, and supportive government policies have already made India a polymers superpower, but the best is yet to come, states a new report by business analysts GlobalData.
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