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Churchill Downs, Home Of The Kentucky Derby, Shutting Down In Wake Of Horse Deaths

By | 06/03/2023

A string of race horse deaths has prompted fabled Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky to suspend its racing operations beginning June 7. The suspension will ontinue throughout the Spring Meet schedule, according to a release from the racetrack. In the last month, 12 horses died at the home of the Kentucky Derby. “What has happened at… Read More »

Bank closures in your area MAP — Check if your local branch is shutting doors

By | 05/23/2023

Communities across the UK will soon have nowhere to go for in-person financial services as cost-cutting measures push banking online. The relative ease of online banking, the popularity of instant mobile services and the surging costs of operating high street locations have all been cited as a factor. In many areas, entire towns will now… Read More »

This Major Tourist Spot In Paris Is Shutting Down For 5 Years. Here’s Why

By | 05/20/2023

The building will go through major maintenance and development work. One of the most famous tourist attractions in Paris, Pompidou Centre, is closing its doors to the public for five years as it undergoes enormous renovations, as per a report in CNN. The well-known cultural centre, which houses galleries, a library and a restaurant inside… Read More »

Woman Posts Video of Her Quitting Remote Job by Shutting Off Computer After Manager Blamed Her for Scheduling Issue

By | 05/01/2023

Source: Getty A job recruitment employee ended up rage quitting in a viral TikTok after they were blamed for a scheduling issue they said was out of their hands. According to Fortune, recent surveys conducted on employed Americans indicate that a whopping 40-41 percent of them have either thought about or have already planned on… Read More »

Aboriginal legal services frozen or at risk of shutting in 17 communities across NSW and Queensland

By | 04/29/2023

Four communities in Queensland have had their Aboriginal legal services frozen and more than a dozen communities in New South Wales are at risk of losing theirs, prompting calls for urgent funding from the commonwealth government to help First Nations clients. Karly Warner, the chair of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services national peak… Read More »