American football links World Cup prize to fight for equal pay

“Until FIFA resolves this discrepancy, we really need the help of the men’s and women’s teams to help us resolve this issue. Because we cannot resolve this unilaterally. The US women’s team fight has already produced significant gains for its players in terms of compensation and bonuses, to the point that the US men’s and women’s teams are considered the two highest-paid national teams in the world. And the successes of women, and their public pressure, have led to tangible gains for women around the world. Irish Football Association recently…

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7 reasons why e-waste is more dangerous than you think

We often pay attention to how we deal with biological waste. But how do you get rid of your broken phones, tablets, batteries, calculators, TVs, and old PCs? All of these gadgets are electronic waste, also known as e-waste. Electronic waste adds a significant amount of electronic plastics, nanoparticles and heavy metals like lead and mercury to the environment. You may not have paid attention to the dangers of e-waste in the past. But here are some of its ill effects, and they are even scarier than you might think.…

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Gloucester County Government: Resources available at the Gloucester County Library – Mullica Hill Branch

September 10, 2021 Gloucester County Commissioner Director announces the establishment of a FEMA Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) at Mullica Hill Library 389 Wolfert Station Rd., Mullica Hill. “FEMA is placing the DRC in or near affected communities, in an area that offers equal access and resources to all. The DRC will be able to assist any resident affected by the September 1 tornado that affected the region. of Gloucester County, including residents of the townships of Harrison, Mantua, Deptford and the boroughs of Wenonah and Woodbury Heights. On the ground…

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ADPD condemns authorities for failures in water conservation

The ADPD called the planning authority and the Water Services Corporation “incompetent” and their failure in water conservation. ADPD candidate and Deputy Secretary General Sandra Gauci noted that following the first rains of the season, various residential areas were flooded. She added that the flooding is seriously affecting traffic and in Qormi it is causing sewage overflow. Gauci noted that millions of euros of EU funds have been spent on flood relief projects, but water is still wasted due to a lack of planning and developments that do not support…

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