Man auctions his life

Man auctions his life
SYDNEY (Reuters) – A man in Australia is auctioning his life — his house, his job, his clothes and his friends — on eBay, after his marriage broke up, saying he wants to start a new life.[Lees verder]

Enticing elderly to give up driving
TOKYO (Reuters) – Tokyo businesses are to start offering benefits to elderly people who give up their drivers’ licences, backing a police effort to cut back on the ballooning number of traffic accidents caused by drivers over 65.[Lees verder]

Dollars tough to sell
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – The U.S. dollar’s value is dropping so fast against the euro that small currency outlets in Amsterdam are turning away tourists seeking to sell their dollars for local money while on vacation in the Netherlands.[Lees verder]

Lloyd’s insures winemaker’s nose for $8 million
LONDON (Reuters) – The Lloyd’s of London insurance market has insured the nose of a leading wine maker and taster for 5 million euros ($7.9 million), covering the Bordeaux producer against the loss of his nose and sense of smell.[Lees verder]

Man auctions his life
SYDNEY (Reuters) – A man in Australia is auctioning his life — his house, his job, his clothes and his friends — on eBay, after his marriage broke up, saying he wants to start a new life.[Lees verder]

Enticing elderly to give up driving
TOKYO (Reuters) – Tokyo businesses are to start offering benefits to elderly people who give up their drivers’ licences, backing a police effort to cut back on the ballooning number of traffic accidents caused by drivers over 65.[Lees verder]

Dollars tough to sell
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – The U.S. dollar’s value is dropping so fast against the euro that small currency outlets in Amsterdam are turning away tourists seeking to sell their dollars for local money while on vacation in the Netherlands.[Lees verder]

Lloyd’s insures winemaker’s nose for $8 million
LONDON (Reuters) – The Lloyd’s of London insurance market has insured the nose of a leading wine maker and taster for 5 million euros ($7.9 million), covering the Bordeaux producer against the loss of his nose and sense of smell.[Lees verder]

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