Breitbart News: Apple Education Store closes after ‘dire situation’

Apple has announced it will close down the popular retail outlet in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, and will reopen a separate store in the city.

According to Apple, it is “deeply saddened” by the “dire” situation in which the Apple Education store was forced to close.

The outlet was closed for two days in early March after a fire broke out at the store.

The company has also announced that it is closing three Apple stores in the Twin Cities and Bloomington.

Apple’s decision comes after the company had to close two other locations in Chicago, after a similar fire broke under the same roof at a similar Apple store in May.

The Apple Education outlet in Minneapolis will remain open through March 15, the company said in a statement on Monday.

The two stores in Bloomington will remain closed through March 23.

What to expect at 99 cent stores this weekend

What to watch out for on Sunday night: The 99 cent store in West Auckland is the first retail outlet in the city to open since the city council voted to rezone the area around the store as a heritage site.

The new retail site, which is to be named “The 99 Cent”, will include a small park and parkland, with shops and services including a laundromat, an ice cream shop and a cafe.

Tiger’s Corner store, which opened in 2017, is the second-largest in Auckland.

It is located at the intersection of Wairarapa Street and Wellington Street in the North End.

Cafe Zara opened in March, with a cafe, lounge and kitchen.

Kiwi Shop, which has been a regular fixture in the West End for nearly 50 years, is expected to open by the end of the week.

Waimakariri will also be getting a major makeover with the addition of a second floor, including a cafe and lounge.

New restaurants and entertainment venues are also expected to come online this weekend, including the recently opened Café Pongo and the newly opened Bully Bar.

In addition to the new retail store, there will be a new Kaitaia store and the second floor of The 99 Cent will be converted into a cafe area, with new eateries and cafes set to open this week. 

The Auckland Council is currently in discussions with the owner of Tiger’s Corner and the developers of the rest of the West Auckland site, to find out what will happen to the retail area and what to expect during the redevelopment.

You can follow the latest developments on the WestEnd Auckland website.

West Auckland will be rezoning the area surrounding Tiger’s corner from residential to heritage and is expected by the summer to see the opening of a new shopping centre.

Source: Newsroom The Auckland Housing Board has said it is looking to build a new multi-storey apartment block in the area, as part of its long-term plan to revitalise the city centre.

It has been reported that the block is expected for construction later this year, with an expected completion date of 2019.

“The redevelopment of the CBD area is the key to making the city more vibrant, resilient and accessible for the community,” a Housing Board spokesperson said.

Auckland’s housing affordability crisis was highlighted earlier this year when the Auckland Housing Agency reported that Aucklanders living in private rented accommodation had the highest rate of rent increases in New Zealand, while the city’s population was experiencing a particularly high level of house price inflation.

How to get a good deal on women’s clothes online, a new study finds

We’re all used to the idea of buying a bag of laundry detergent to wash your clothes, but the truth is there are many more reasons to consider buying women’s style clothes online.

“It’s an incredibly important part of the modern wardrobe,” says Sarah McBride, co-founder and co-owner of online shop Temptress, which specializes in selling women’s and men’s styles online.

“A lot of people are finding that online shopping is really a way to bring together brands that are so similar.”

The goal, McBride says, is to “bring out the best in people.”

Temptress has a particular focus on womenswear, and has grown its online sales nearly fivefold in the past year, bringing in $100 million a year in revenue.

But that’s just one way online retailers are taking advantage of women’s fashion trends.

A recent study found that women’s shopping habits have grown faster than men’s over the past three years, which suggests that women are more likely to shop for women’s brands than for men’s.

And as women become increasingly aware of the importance of clothing, they’re also starting to embrace their own style, which can make shopping online an easier, cheaper, and more personalized way to buy clothing than ever before.

Some of these changes, McBrien says, are simply the result of the increased accessibility of technology.

It used to be that a designer would have to travel to a store in person to have the chance to showcase their work, but that’s no longer the case, she says.

“People now have access to the best brands online.”

But McBride cautions that online retailers need to keep in mind that women also tend to shop at more limited price points.

She advises consumers to be wary of online stores that “tend to go out of their way to make their products more expensive than what they actually sell for.”

If you’re shopping online for a women’s or men’s brand, she adds, you should always check the store’s site first.