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Mortgage rates: A ‘Calculator’ Declining Trend?

It appears that mortgage rates will not rise further in the near future after the Bank of England Governor, Mark Carney, changed his “forward guidance” earlier this week, indicating that rates would remain low despite a fall in unemployment. David Hollingworth of London & Country said: “His remarks took the worry out of some of the talk of near-term increases …

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Missing Malaysian Flight MH370 passengers may still be alive

Believe it or not! The 239 people on board Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 may still be alive. This stunning realization is now supported by considerable emerging evidence. Also, the “vanished” Boeing 777 may just be in a hanger in Iran right now, being retrofitted with nuclear weapons and turned into a suicide bomb to be deployed over a major city …

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Almost 4,000 Canadian visas booked up in 11 minutes

A lot of young Irish people will be disappointed as 3,850 Canadian Working Holiday Visas were just snapped up in less than 11 minutes after their release last night at 8pm. The 24-month visas to Canada will expectedly overtake Australia in the coming years as the go-to destination for those looking for work and pastures. The low unemployment rate and …

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Missing Malaysian Flight MH370 doubles scale, pilots being probed

Malaysia transport minister says they have asked US, China, France and various other countries for further satellite data and thus 25 countries in total were now involved in the search of the Malaysian airline MH370 that went missing last week. While addressing a news conference, he said that the probe was now re-focusing on passengers, crew and the ground staff. …

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Canada Visas for All

Canada has upgraded its single-entry visa to multiple-entry for Chinese visitors so that they do not make repeated applications and pay processing fees each time. The new policy applicable since 6th February also allows qualified visitors to stay in Canada for up to six months at a time for a maximum of 10 years. “The government of Canada is committed …

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Missing Malaysian plane mystery — Suicide possible motive

No trace of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has been found since it vanished on March 8 with 239 people aboard. Airline chief executive Ahmad Jauhari Yahya told a news conference on Monday that it was unclear exactly when one of the plane’s automatic tracking systems had been disabled, contradicting comments by government ministers at the weekend. Police have searched the …

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Thai radar saw ‘unknown aircraft’ after Malaysian plane MH370 vanished

Thai air force has now provided yet another clue in the case of the missing Malaysian plane MH370 : It’s radar picked up an “unknown aircraft” just minutes after the plane flight last transmitted its location According to Air Marshal Monthon Suchookor, the information emerged during checks of radar logs on Monday — nine days after the Malaysia Airlines jet …

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Australia Investigating Possible Debris of Malaysian Flight MH370

SYDNEY/KUALA LUMPUR – Looks like the best lead pointing towards the discovery of the missing aircraft MH370 is here: Australia is reportedly investigating two objects seen floating on satellite images in the southern Indian Ocean that could possibly be debris from the Malaysian jetliner. Australian officials said on Thursday that the objects were spotted four days ago, around 2,500 km …

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Canada visa immigration for wealthy Chinese, admits immigration Chief

Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris admitted yesterday that the flouting of residency rules by mainlanders was definitely one of the reasons why its investor visa scheme was axed though it was not the major reason and Chinese migrants would still find Canada’s door open for them. To the despair of many Mainland investor applicants, Canada scrapped its investor visa …

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Missing Malaysian plane MH370: China checks new ‘debris’ image

Malaysian officials say that China is investigating a new satellite image of debris in the southern Indian Ocean, potentially from missing flight MH370. Malaysia’s acting transport minister read out the news as he was handed it during his daily briefing. This new image from 18 March shows an object 22m by 13m, 120km from the first site and was taken …

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