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"I would like to confirm at this point in time we do not believe that services are likely to be disrupted as a result of business failure." Four Seasons, which employs more than 25,000 people, said it aims to agree a restructuring plan 7 February next year and gain approval for the strategy by 2 April. The care home was bought by the private equity firm Terra Firma in 2012 for £825m, the majority of which was made up of bond debt which carries regular interest payments. H/2 Capital Partners then acquired the debt and Terra Firma subsequently offered to hand over the keys of the business to the firm. Robbie Barr, chairman of Four Seasons, said the company is "very pleased to have reached a standstill agreement with H/2". He said: "The standstill gives a period of stability for the company and its stakeholders but most importantly for our residents, patients, their families and our employees." Analysis, Alison Holt, Social Affairs correspondent At the heart of this business deal are the 17,000 vulnerable, older and disabled people who rely on the 24-hour-a-day support provided by Four Seasons' staff, whether it is helping them eat, wash or simply taking the time to talk. As lawyers and financial experts pored over the details of this deal into the early hours, they were negotiating over the future of those people's homes. This deal provides certainty in the run-up to Christmas, but it is a first step in what will have to be a major restructuring. The main creditor, H/2 Capital Partners, has investments in senior living or similar nursing homes in the US. I'm told they've not had a single foreclosure or bankruptcy and are determined to put Four Seasons on a more stable financial footing. But even without crippling interest payments, Four Seasons is operating in an extremely tough care market.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-42350415
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Mark Jones is a marine engineer, based in Perth, who has been struggling to find work in an industry using 400 visas. The Department of Immigration and Border Protection's eligibility criteria say the visa "encapsulates highly specialised skills, knowledge or experience that can assist Australian business and cannot reasonably be found in the Australian labour market". Documents seen by Fairfax Media show subclass 400 visas are sometimes approved within 24 hours with seemingly minimal oversight. In 2013-14, the visa's first full year of operation, 40,000 were granted. It peaked at 55,000 in 2015-16. The number is about half the number of 457 visas handed out when the category was axed. The department's internal guidelines urge visa approvers "to be cautious about attempts to engage overseas workers which may have more to do with reducing costs by circumventing local labour salaries and standards rather than because of the genuine non-availability of local workers". Labor MP Julian Hill went further than his frontbench colleague, calling on Mr Dutton to immediately "stop issuing visas like lollies". "You could fix this. Call them now," Mr Hill said in Parliament last week. A spokesman for the Immigration Minister told Fairfax Media earlier this month the government was "committed to ensuring that Australian workers have priority and that foreign workers are a supplement to, and not a substitute for, Australian workers".
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But by piecing together various sources of information, it is possible to conclude that Desker Road and Rowell Road came to be ground zero for brothels with transgender prostitutes, as a result of the crisscrossing of historical, geographical and socio-economic conditions. Located a short distance away from Jalan Besar area is Bugis Street, a former haven for transsexuals during the 1950s to 1980s. Its heyday was before and some time in the 1970s. The Vietnam War was raging and soldiers on leave from active duty would make their way south to Singapore to explore the fascinating oriental gender-bending antics of transsexuals and transvestites. And when there are Americans, you will also find the British. There were all forms of debauchery carried out very publicly, at a time when Singapore was very happening and the police still wore shorts. A transvestite performing a striptease in public along Bugis Street. Image courtesy of Peter Lee. A digression: For the sake of convenience, transsexuals and transvestites will be collectively referred to as “transgender”.
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