Monthly Archives: May 2022

After Fenway Park inspired Camden Yards, Baltimore returned the favor to Boston | Baseball

Larry Cancro took his break the same way every day. During that 1989 season, the longtime Red Sox employee stood near Section 28, near the ramp leading to the third base deck at Fenway Park, as he watched Wade Boggs take what looked like 300 ground drives at third base. …

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Nursing Home Plans for Stone Replacement Pass A Bit of Stone

A Google Street View image of the current St Marys Nursing Home building in Margaret Street Stone A stone retirement home is to be demolished to make way for a new facility – and space in a nearby convent is to be converted into housing for the elderly. Plans for …

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Technology paves the way for greener pastures

Incorporating technology into your home can create a greener build and an eco-friendly living environment. From materials used in the design of the home to car charging ports in the garage, sustainable home technology comes in all innovative shapes and sizes. Webb & Brown-Neaves Innovation and New Product Designer Joseph …

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The pick-up hits the wall of the house

A driver who apparently had a seizure drove his van into the bedroom of a South Hazel Street home on Saturday, narrowly missing some of the young children living inside, according to the Pine Bluff Police Department. Nancy Holland said her daughter called her around 11 a.m. screaming and then …

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Whatever happens in Game 7, this Celtics season has been fun

Game 7. Stop biting your nails and pacing nervously. It’s supposed to be fun. I have no idea if the Boston Celtics can get to Miami on Sunday night and win Game 3 on the road against the Heat to advance to the NBA Finals for the first time in …

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Mark Barden’s son died at Sandy Hook. Now he’s talking about Uvalde

When Mark Barden received the first “thinking of you” text on Tuesday afternoon, he assumed the sympathizer had the anniversary of another horrific school shooting in mind. The end of May is ripe for them: This week marks the fourth anniversary of a high school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas, …

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Work is progressing on construction projects throughout the city of Albert Lea – Albert Lea Tribune

The Town of Albert Lea provided the following updates on various ongoing construction projects in the community on Friday: US Highway 65 Resurfacing and Flood Mitigation Replacement of the sanitary sewer and water main continued this week and will likely be completed next week. Crews also continued work on storm …

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Rishi Sunak’s helicopter drop makes life easier for the Bank of England

Placeholder while loading article actions A difficult task just got a little easier for the Bank of England, following the announcement on Thursday of Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak’s 15 billion pound ($19 billion) relief package. The measures, including subsidies on energy bills for every UK household as well …

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Wellington.Scoop » Completion of City Hall delayed by two years; additional $37 million in costs

Wellington.ScoopThe reopening of Wellington City Hall has been delayed until the first quarter of 2025. A report in DomPost says it will cost an additional $37.1 million to complete. The report quotes Wellington City Council Chief Executive Barbara McKerrow as saying a ‘complex web of risks’ with the project had …

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City adapts the priority given to the paving of streets | News

The City of Owensboro has implemented a new system to determine which streets road crews will resurface each year. City engineer Kevin Collignon said the city has contracted with Stantec, an engineering firm with offices in Louisville and Lexington, to assess the condition of city streets. Stantec scoured the streets …

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How to spot predatory lenders

Loan sharks are illegal moneylenders, often part of organized crime, who threaten and use violence to recover their money from borrowers. Although loan sharks are less prevalent with a drop in organized crime, vulnerable people are still victims of predatory lending. If borrowing money from loved ones isn’t an option, …

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Sabo OT Winner Gives Northwestern Lehigh Boys’ Lacrosse 1st District Playoff Victory

Drew Sabo scored the biggest goal in Northwestern Lehigh’s four-year men’s lacrosse history on Tuesday. The Tigers eldest got a feed from schoolmate Andrew Collins and hit the bottom of the cage to hand second-seeded Northwestern an 8-7 overtime win over third-seeded Moravian Academy in class 2A semi-finals from district …

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City of Hattiesburg paved the 100th mile of road

HATTIESBURG, Miss. (WDAM) – The city of Hattiesburg hit a major milestone Monday morning for its roads, opening the 100th mile under the Barker administration on Dewey Street. Mayor Toby Barker says addressing paving needs has been a priority for his administration and the city council. Barker says that with …

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The 7 main steps to prevent loan application fraud

As more people access the Internet and more websites emerge, hackers have more opportunities. Loan application fraud has been one of the most common scams over time. This fraud, which consists of stealing personal information from people and using it to obtain a loan, has already had devastating consequences for …

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Notre Dame’s most electric football videos on YouTube

Notre Dame’s legacy is beyond inspiration. It’s hard not to get excited when you see the combination of distinct discipline and tradition against a solid soundtrack. I’ve compiled a list of some of Notre Dame’s hottest fires on YouTube. The era of the free man The new season will mark …

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Community post: BBB warning: Formula shortage leads to potential scams

BBB warning: Shortage of infant formula leads to potential scams Shortages in the supply of infant formula are pushing new mums to find other ways to find the item they so badly need – and to risk possible online scams. The United States Food and Drug Administration has announced that …

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Baby formula on Instagram: influencers post potentially dangerous recipes

As the baby formula shortage continues, increasingly desperate parents are looking for answers on what to do when they can’t find the formula they need. One trend that concerns healthcare professionals and regulators is that people are making their own formula. the Food and drug administration and the American Academy …

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Soaring Asphalt Prices Are Forcing Tough Decisions on Region’s Paving Projects

Joe Williams Joe Williams sat at the board table on Wednesday during a working session of Oktibbeha supervisors grappling with limited options — none of them particularly pleasant. Initial estimates to pave 11 miles of Oktoc Road in his district were around $1.8 million. The low bid was just over …

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Reviews | Tressie McMillan Cottom: Write off student loan debt

They believed so much that when a degree wasn’t enough to pay off the debt, millions of people went into more debt to get more degrees. Reasonable people made decisions based on the information available at the time and all information from reliable sources pointed to “borrow”. If you didn’t …

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San Rafael panel calls for revisions to Northgate redesign

Planners for the Northgate Mall redevelopment in San Rafael have been sent back to the drawing board due to issues with density, parking and general site layout. The Design Review Board voted 4-0 on Tuesday to continue its public hearing on the mixed-use project that offers 1,320 new residences on …

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Financial literacy courses could become a requirement in Montana schools next year | Montana News

When Butte resident Mike Paffhausen graduated from Carroll College in 2009, he received a thin, purple school book that he says changed his life. It was called “Life After Graduation: Your Guide to Success”. Paffhausen then made a to-do list on a few blank pages at the back of the …

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Jon Hamm interview: “Top Gun”, “Fletch”, comedic roles

Jon Hamm has had many memorable moments in his career, especially during the seven seasons he played charismatic publicity executive Don Draper. Mad Men. But his first day of filming Top Gun: Maverick — where he plays Beau “Cyclone” Simpson, the current headmaster of Top Gun flight school and a …

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Arsonists destroy 4 paving vehicles at the Santa Cruz construction site

After waiting months for parts of Saddle Road to be restored in Santa Cruz, residents woke up this morning to find equipment used to pave the road had been destroyed by fire in an apparent arson attack. The equipment belonged to contractors Kallco Limited, who had started paving the road …

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Wildly customizable and sometimes wacky as ever

New Saints Row kicks off in the fictional town of Santo Ileso before the Saints existed as an organization. Instead, the four main characters – the player, Neenah, Eli, and Kevin – start out as roommates simply looking to make rent. The obvious solution is… well, crime. So they rob …

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Coroner’s Jury Investigating Decatur’s Shooting Death and Fatal Vehicle Crash | public safety

DECATUR — A shooting death in Decatur and a death in a car accident involving a methamphetamine-impaired driver were heard by a coroner’s jury on Tuesday. Jurors met at the Macon County Courthouse and quickly returned a verdict in the case of 32-year-old Stonee O. Adams, who suffered 10 gunshot …

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Leading Paving Contractor C&K Landscaping Announces Launch of Newly Redesigned Website

C&K Landscaping has announced that its new website is finally live. The newly redesigned website is mobile-friendly, intuitive and modern, making it easy for new and existing customers to contact the company. Trowbridge, UK – C&K Landscaping announced that the company was working on a brand new website at the …

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Daily Schmankerl: Chelsea, Liverpool, PSG all after Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski?; Bayern are still eyeing Turin’s Gleison Bremer; FC Barcelona is also targeting Joao Felix?; and more!

Paris Saint-Germain will challenge FC Barcelona over Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski: Barcelona are set to face competition from French champions Paris Saint-Germain in the race to sign Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski. According to Fichajes, Barcelona are set to face competition from PSG in their quest to sign Bayern …

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Blood Moon: How to Spot a Dramatic Eclipse in the UK | The moon

Astronomy enthusiasts will set their alarms in the early hours of Monday morning to catch a glimpse of a dramatic super blood moon. Earth will come between the sun and the moon just before dawn in Western Europe, causing the moon to appear brick red as it falls into Earth’s …

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Mom ‘finally feels sexy again’ after losing nine stones

A mum-of-three who lost her breath climbing stairs has told how she thought she was having a heart attack after gaining so much weight. Ruth Geary got the wake-up call she needed when she hit 20 and 5 pounds – and over the past two years she’s lost 9 and …

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Penny Sales Tax Needed for Road Paving | Letters to the Editor

Resurfacing maintenance on Citrus County’s 1,500 miles of paved roads is due every 20 years based on usage. Today there are 800 miles of roads in urgent need of repaving. The money budgeted for annual repaving is $3-6 million, which is well below the $123 million needed for these drastic …

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A Deal house reinvents the typology of infill houses

Light and Function Rule in This Compact Home Deal New Home in Deal by Architect Rupert Wheeler Creates a Compact Home Full of Light and Architectural Flair Occupying the empty backyard of a terraced house in the historic seaside town of Deal in southern England, this project is the brainchild …

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What other LEGO Transformers sets would we like to see

Now that we know LEGO will be releasing the Transformers Optimus Prime (10302), this opens up the possibility for Hasbro to continue the partnership with more characters. We can only speculate which characters we might see in LEGO form, but there’s no guarantee that LEGO will make any more. The …

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In first debate, Michigan GOP gubernatorial candidates pass abortion ban, Trump

HOWELL — Michigan’s Republican gubernatorial candidates found common ground in their first debate on Thursday, vowing to back a possible abortion ban, push for school choice and investigate the Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer for deaths in COVID-19 nursing homes. Several candidates have also questioned the effectiveness of the vaccine, and …

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‘Atlanta’ Recap: Is Donald Glover Going Too Far With Anthologies?

A review of this week’s “Rich Wigga, Poor Wigga” comes right after I told you why the Five Heartbeats broke up… In the last seasons of Mad Menthe weekly episode descriptions that appeared in TV schedules and DVR program guides became hilarious in their spoiler-phobic vagueness: the season six finale’s …

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State of Wisconsin child care, some industry experts say, is in ‘crisis’

(WSAW) – Say the words “childcare” and you’re almost guaranteed to hear a personal story, whether or not the person has young children. “When our daycare closed, we went on the whole waiting list,” began Kelly Hammond, who lives in Stevens Point and is a mother of two children under …

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Tribal Woman Raped, Killed in Telangana, Accused Arrested | Latest India News

Telangana police on Wednesday arrested a 25-year-old man for allegedly raping and murdering a 23-year-old tribal woman in Yadadri Bhongir district, about 40 km from Hyderabad, officials said. According to police, the incident happened on Monday evening in Toopranpet village of Choutuppal block in the district. “We took him to …

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Casa Borrega fans mourn its closure

(via Instagram) Casa Borrega, 1719 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd. Guests who enjoyed the eclectic Mexican cuisine, a variety of live music, and the occasional street parties at Casa Borrega since 2012 will unfortunately miss it. “Oh no, I can’t believe it. I was there just last week,” said a regular, …

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The city plans to start paving and laying out steamboat routes next week

Construction crews open roads in Steamboat Springs. The city plans to begin its annual paving and tracing on Monday, May 16.Town of Steamboat Springs/Courtesy Photo Next week, the City of Steamboat Springs Streets Division plans to kick off its annual paving and tracing project, which is tentatively scheduled to begin …

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Who regulates home equity loans?

A home equity loan, also called home equity loan, home equity installment loan, or second mortgage, is a type of consumer debt. Home equity loans allow homeowners to borrow against the equity in their home. The loan amount is based on the difference between the home’s current market value and …

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Burn your boats (metaphorically) and pave the way to success

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs. I’ve heard a lot of motivational speakers tell the story of how the Vikings burned their ships when they landed in a place they planned to conquer, so they had no choice but to go forward. Total commitment, right? They couldn’t just …

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CDFI has a new tool to boost minority homeownership

Q&A: How securitization could make buying a home more accessible for borrowers from black, Latino and low-income communities. Expanding access to property is crucial to closing the racial wealth gap. The Change Company, an Irvine, Calif.-based CDFI, is working to address this issue by making homeownership more accessible to creditworthy …

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In-depth analysis of the clay building materials and clay refractories market including key players Austral Brick Company, Baggeridge Brick

A new research study from JCMR with the title Global Clay Building Materials and Clay Refractories Market Research Report 2022 provides an in-depth assessment of clay building materials and clay refractories, including key market trends, upcoming technologies, industry drivers, challenges, regulatory policies and strategies. The research study provides forecasts for …

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A backpack for every outdoor activity: Stone Glacier Avail 2200 Review

He hunts, hikes, skis and travels. The Stone Glacier Avail 2200 is the ideal backpack for just about anything. I took this bag everywhere. It has been turkey hunting, deer hunting, bird hunting and shed hunting. Did I decide to make an irrational attempt to climb a melting glacier in …

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Road paving, beach improvements, $32 million budget available for Salisbury town meeting | News

SALISBURY — Electronic upgrades, street paving and the city’s budget are on the city manager’s mind as he heads into the annual town hall. City Manager Neil Harrington will ask residents to approve the $32.1 million operating budget when the annual spring town meeting kicks off at Salisbury Primary School …

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FINANCIAL LITERACY NEW LEAP A1 |

Studies have long shown that high school students are woefully misinformed about personal finances and how to manage them. But the COVID-19 pandemic, which has revealed how many American adults are living on the financial edge, has spurred ongoing efforts to make financial literacy classes a school requirement. Seven states …

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The Editorial Board: Five months after town’s demolition order, Great Northern stands defiantly standing | Editorial

News Editorial Board And, again, he is still standing. What do you know? We saw the same thing in February, when the Great Northern Grain Elevator defied the idea that it was in crisis and threatened to collapse. It was two months after the storm that tore its facade. Today, …

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Leon Valley carved stone marks a time of change

A message from nearly a century ago resurfaced last month when an inscribed rock fragment emerged during electrical work at the Huebner-Onion Homestead, a historic landmark dating back to 1858. It is the the year Austrian immigrant Joseph Huebner began building on a once-remote site that is now in the …

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A ‘super effective’ way to naturally kill weeds between paving and patios – ‘will burn them’

Patios and paved walkways add a lot to the overall aesthetic of almost any home and that makes them a most welcome addition. However, if neglected for an indefinite period of time, these patios can become overgrown with weeds. Before gardeners know it, they will appear, right and left, between …

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Paul Merson declares his prediction for Chelsea FC v Wolves

Paul Merson predicts Chelsea FC will claim a 3-0 victory over Wolves at Stamford Bridge on Saturday afternoon to bolster their hopes of finishing third in the Premier League table. The Blues have managed to win just two of their last six Premier League games to leave Thomas Tuchel’s side …

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Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month: Restaurants and businesses to support in Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — Christie Ileto, Nydia Han and Jaclyn Lee welcome Saturday’s FYI Philly with a trip to some of Philly’s best businesses to check out during AAPI Month. Chef Sam Chen shares the flavors of Taiwan at Bao Bun Studio Sam Chen has been a chef for over 20 …

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Spring cleaning: the CFPB dusts off the “dormant” authority to supervise the “risky” behavior of non-banks | Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

On April 25, 2022, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced plans to revitalize its authority to review “non-bank” financial companies that pose risks to consumers. Although the CFPB has held this authority since its creation in 2010, the agency has rarely invoked it, leaving it largely “dormant”. The CFPB’s …

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Listen to Kathleen Hanna on All-Star Benefit LP’s New Song “Mirrorball”

Kathleen Hanna sings lead vocals on a new song for the first time in nearly five years with ‘Mirrorball,’ the lead single from the upcoming benefit album Land Trust: Benefit for Northeast Farmers of Color. The self-released LP, out June 3 via Bandcamp, is the brainchild of Bikini Kill guitarist …

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Paving Equipment Market Overview 2022-2029 | Main Players – Wirtgen Group, VOLVO, Atlas Copco, CAT, FAYAT – ​​Queen Anne and Mangolia News

Latest Market Research Report Analyzes the Paving Equipment Market Demand by Different Segments Size, Share, Growth, Industry Trends and Forecast to 2028 in its Database, Which Depicts a Systematic Picture of the Market and provides an in-depth explanation of the various factors expected to drive the market growth. The Universal …

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New massive solar panel installed on an office building

Shorewood’s tallest office building is getting an eco-friendly redesign. Dominion Properties owns the seven-story building located at East Capitol Drive and North Oakland Avenue. 120 54-kilowatt solar panels,” said Andrew Holmstrom of Arch Solar. His company hangs the solar panels vertically on the side of the building. This is a …

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The CFPB will revitalize its power to examine non-bank companies

On April 25, 2022, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced plans to revitalize its authority to review “non-bank” financial companies that pose risks to consumers. Although the CFPB has held this authority since its creation in 2010, the agency has rarely invoked it, leaving it largely “dormant”. The CFPB’s …

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The logistics of touching eternity

By this point, you’ve probably struggled with the idea that the Seattle Sounders are about to make history, to do something that up until now has been all just this side of the impossible. You have read and listened to discussions on the subject, you have heard Garth Lagerwey say …

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Lotte Duty Free rekindles global ambitions with Sydney opening

The Sydney store is a “stepping stone” to better things, says Lotte Duty Free. Lotte Duty Free South Korea’s largest travel retailer, Lotte Duty Free, is set to resume its global growth plans, starting in Sydney, Australia, where the company will open its first store in the city on Thursday. …

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Announcement of a major paving project at Sturgeon Lake First Nation

“It was definitely a great experience for all of us,” he said. Ermine said the paved road, which will be completed in late fall, will help address dust-related health issues while reducing vehicle maintenance. He also acknowledged the community’s desire to pursue future developments and expand programming. “It all comes …

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Chicago makes strides to improve mental health care

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and it has never been more important than right now. It is clear from medical professionals that our country faces a mental health crisis of major proportions. Not only do we hear about it on TV news and social media, but also among family …

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Meet Vee, an aspiring transgender model leading the way for inclusivity in the fashion industry

What inspires you most about the art of visual storytelling? The freedom to be unconditionally you and true to your creativity. Where else would you find a canvas to create and own? What is the story you like to tell when you find yourself in front of the camera? Growing …

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Double brick or brick veneer – a common debate

Two-brick homes are still very predominant in Western Australia’s domestic market. Double brick has good thermal performance as a wall choice, but a major downside is the buildup of heat in the bricks when we have long stretches of hot days and hot nights that don’t allow the walls to …

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