1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » As Tropical Storm Barry hits the Gulf Coast, the NCUA urged credit unions in its path to be safe and take precautions. There are a number of resources available to credit unions and consumers affected by natural disasters; NAFCU stands ready to help credit unions in need of assistance as they and their members recover from the storm.These resources can also be used by credit unions that were impacted by recent earthquakes in California and Washington state.NAFCU has prepared specific resources and information for credit unions affected by disasters – including a guide for credit unions to support disaster relief.The NCUA also has resources available on its Hurricane and Disaster Information page. The agency’s Credit Union Resources and Expansion office can provide urgent need grants of up to $7,500 per year to low-income credit unions that experience sudden costs to restore operations interrupted by a disaster.The CFPB has available a financial management guide to help those consumers preparing for, recovering from or rebuilding after a natural disaster.
The Bachelor 2016 Richie Strahan has reportedly split from the woman he gave his rose to, Alex Nation. Picture: Justin LloydHEARTBROKEN Bachelor Richie Strahan is set to start afresh after saying goodbye to Alex Nation – as well as giving away the title to the new house he built.The rope technician had put his four bedroom new build on the market on August 10 just five days before the one-year anniversary of he and Ms Nation’s hook-up.Richie Strahan and Alex Nation in May this year. Picture: Wrights/Hyundai. The master bedroom has its own courtyard. Alex Nation being comforted by her friend Meagan Luxa after being injured during a Frankston Bombers versus Warragul game. Picture: Mark Wilson.In the days following however, news emerged of Mr Strahan and Ms Nation splitting, with reports that the mother-of-one was seeing someone else.Mr Strahan had caused major fan backlash last year when he chose to give his rose to Alex Nation over the highly popular Nikki Gogan.The Bachelor 2016 star had moved to Melbourne to be with her, and put his Perth property up for rental.Richie Strahan’s new build kitchen. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour agoA picture taken in happier days off Richie Strahan’s Instagram page. Picture: Instagram/Richie Strahan He put in a spot for a barbecue.He had bought a large 1,039sq m block with an existing house that he renovated for rental. He also built a new four bedder on the block which was what sold for $560,000 on August 29, according to CoreLogic records.The property was marketed as a family home “or your very own BACHELOR Pad”.It had three bathrooms, a double garage, ducted reverse cycle airconditioning, a stylish kitchen with stone benchtops, dishwasher, multiple living areas and a massive master bedroom with its own courtyard.
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Tiger Woods’ 2019 tournament schedule is a little lighter after his abrupt withdrawal from the Arnold Palmer Invitational due to injury.Woods assured his fans and followers he decided to skip the event because of a neck strain, entirely unrelated to the chronic back issues that nearly ended the 14-time major champion’s career, and is hopeful to be ready for the Players Championship next weekend. MORE: Watch the Arnold Palmer Invitational live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)The Arnold Palmer Invitational has been an annual staple for Woods, an eight-time champion, held in his home state of Florida at Orlando’s Bay Hill Club and Lodge. This year’s field is decidedly less interesting in his absence but still includes 2018 winner Rory McIlroy, the odds-on favorite to repeat, Brooks Koepka, Justin Rose and Rickie Fowler. Follow scores from the 2019 Arnold Palmer Invitational below with our live leaderboard.Arnold Palmer Invitational leaderboard, live scoresLeaderboardArnold Palmer Invitational6 – 9 March 2019Pos.Player NameNationalityScoreRound 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Total1Francesco MolinariItaly-12697073642762Matthew FitzpatrickEngland-10707067712783Tommy FleetwoodEngland-9696676682793Rafa Cabrera BelloSpain-9657570692793Sungjae ImSouth Korea-9716971682796Sung-hoon KangSouth Korea-8697271682806Matt WallaceEngland-8716969712806Rory McIlroyNorthern Ireland-8727066722806Keith MitchellUSA-87168756628010Adam LongUSA-77471696728110Jason KokrakUSA-77073687028110Lucas GloverUSA-77071716928110Byeong Hun AnSouth Korea-77272696828110Luke ListUSA-77072687128115Chris KirkUSA-67173667228215Charles Howell IIIUSA-67467697228217Henrik StensonSweden-57766697128317Chesson HadleyUSA-57171717028317Aaron BaddeleyAustralia-57070697428317Bubba WatsonUSA-56872717228317Ryan BlaumUSA-57372706828317Brendan SteeleUSA-57071727028323Marc LeishmanAustralia-47270727028423Ian PoulterEngland-47368737028423Jhonattan VegasVenezuela-46970757028423Kevin KisnerUSA-47069707528423Kiradech AphibarnratThailand-47170727128423Roger SloanCanada-47069747128429Carlos OrtizMexico-37271707228529Adam SchenkUSA-37073717128529Hudson SwaffordUSA-37074736828529Tyrrell HattonEngland-37075667428533Adam HadwinCanada-27075687328633Johnson WagnerUSA-27172727128633Martin KaymerGermany-27269707528633Sam HorsfieldEngland-27469746928633Sam RyderUSA-27469746928633Ryan MooreUSA-27172737028633Hideki MatsuyamaJapan-27270717328640Zach JohnsonUSA-17071767028740Aaron WiseUSA-17270747128740Viktor HovlandNorway-17470737028740Scott StallingsUSA-16974737128740Hunter MahanUSA-17669746828740Rickie FowlerUSA-17471717128746Joaquin NiemannChilePar7171767028846Patrick RodgersUSAPar6873737428846Bryson DeChambeauUSAPar7570746928846Keegan BradleyUSAPar6768757828850Billy HorschelUSA+16871737728950Brandt SnedekerUSA+17371747128950Pat PerezUSA+16973727528950Patrick ReedUSA+17070767328954Graeme McDowellNorthern Ireland+26875697829054Sam BurnsUSA+27669737229054Scott PiercyUSA+27470707629057Eddie PepperellEngland+37268797229158Kevin StreelmanUSA+47072717929258D.A. PointsUSA+47271747529258Steve StrickerUSA+47569767229258Beau HosslerUSA+47666737729258Jimmy WalkerUSA+47071817029263Justin RoseEngland+57170777529363Sam SaundersUSA+57368747829363J.J. SpaunUSA+57170757729366Martin TrainerUSA+67071797429466J.T. PostonUSA+67172737829468Harris EnglishUSA+77669727829569Anirban LahiriIndia+87469807329669Tim HerronUSA+872707678296Click here if you don’t see scores or results above.