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March 05 Kosherpages launches 

December 05 - KP goes national.

June 06 - KP launches business networking events

January 07 - 1st B2B tradeshow

January 08 - 1st Kosher Lifestyle Show

August 08 - Parent & child networking event at the Odeon Manchester

September 08
- Launch of new film review section

September 08 - KP announces The Fed as chosen charity for this year

November 08 - Launch of new Medical Blog By Dr. Martin Harris

March 09 - Kosher Lifestyle Show Manchester

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July 10 - KosherPages expands to include Jewish communities nation wide

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November 10 - Your health matters is added to KosherPages

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January 11 - KosherPages introduces "Your Pix" to Pick of the Week

July 11 - Safety First section is added to KosherPages

November 11 - The KosherPages Facebook group reaches 1,000 members

November 11 - KosherPages introduces the monthly competition

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Finding lost items

Wednesday, 23rd January 2019

One who finds a lost item must care for it and protect it, until its rightful owner is found. Simply placing it amongst his personal items is not necessarily an adequate protection. 
The finder is responsible to take the necessary steps to ensure that the item does not get ruined due to not being used, being used improperly or due to other outside elements.

Thus, for example, one who finds woollen garments should shake them out once every thirty days, one who finds [aged] books should air them out periodically, one who finds utensils should use them in a minimal way to ensure they don't get ruined from non-use, etc.

Unless using the item is beneficial to its protection, it is prohibited to make use of the found item. This is the case even if the finder is certain that the owner would not care if his item is used, and even if he is certain that the owner would be happy when he finds out that his item was used.

If the finder was not negligent in looking after the item and it nevertheless got lost or stolen, he is not obligated to reimburse the owner for its value.


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