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All of the elements chosen to adorn the outdoor setting were "simple and elegant," Van Skiver says.
Based in Newport Beach, CA with an office in Atlanta, GA, Skiver Advertising is an uncomplicated ad agency that draws from a depth of knowledge and talent in digital and traditional advertising to deliver simple messaging with strong results.
During the current debate on benefits, I've not heard a single Minister deride the unemployed as skivers.
50 each, creative and production for 20,000 printed units (not including postage); Ad agency: The Skiver Group, Irvine, Calif.
Darlington favourites SKIVER will be on the bill playing their anthemic indie pop alongside the ever so quirky SHRUG who are fronted by our own intrepid live review man Robert Nichols.
IT'S not hard to work out why the Newcastle players have nicknamed Marcelino"The Spanish Skiver.
BEAST: Sick Tobin, left, killed Vicki in 1991 PAY recycles father-in-law birthday party pagE 3 Skiver Tobin's bid for more p r is ANGRY: Michael Hamilton
Lead singer Jonny has a strong, powerful voice and his onstage banter with bandmate Dave only made for an even more entertaining evening, helped also thanks to support from Mosaics and Darlington-based Lifetime Skiver.
Played by actor Steve Halliwell, craggy skiver Zak will find a lump in one of his testicles and then agonise about seeing a doctor.
The annual bill for salaries, expenses and pension contributions for the Stormont skivers is about PS14million.
SICK NOTE SKIVERS EXPOSED Channel 5, 9pm Documentary featuring stories of people who have been signed off sick when in fact they were fit as fiddles, including sprinter Matthew Thomas, who was exposed as a fraud after racing in national competitions and coaching young athletes while he was on sick leave from his job as a payroll officer with Newham Council.
BENEFITS Street star White Dee has been labelled a "poster girl" for skivers, a Labour MP claimed.
TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady said: "The British workforce is often unfairly portrayed as a nation of skivers and shirkers, but the reality is exactly the opposite.
These aren't the fabled skivers - they're in work, trying to make ends meet as costs soar all around them.
I wonder if the prime minister will still call carers the "unsung heroes of society " "those who have done the right thing for their family " will he still ask us to turn around for the customary "pat on the back" or, as Osborne has done, place a knife between our shoulder blades, are carers, now to be classed as scroungers & skivers.