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3-day seminar on food safety opens

3-day seminar on food safety opens

first_imgThe Government Analyst-Food and Drug Department, in collaboration with Technological Solutions Limited (TSL), began its Preventive Qualified Individual (PCQI) seminar at the Herdmanston Lodge in Georgetown.The three-day course is aimed at developing food safety plans and ensuring good manufacturing practices. The programme will also feature chemical, physical, economical and biological motivated food safety hazards, preliminary steps in developing a food safety plan, resources for food safety plans and a technical assistance network (TAN) which will be beneficial to the public.TSL Manager Helen Kennedy said exporters must meet requirements of the Food Safety Modernisation Act (FSMA), which was signed into law since 2011 and was now being enforced, before exporting items to various countries.Government Analyst-Food and Drug Department Director Marlan Cole noted that the Act was to protect consumers from substandard goods.TSL Managing Director Andre Gordon said he was honoured to be working along with the Public Health Ministry and was afforded the opportunity to work with the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry earlier in the year. Gordon highlighted that he and Kennedy were certified lead instructors and were recognised by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). “For you to be certified we have to be confident that each of you understands and have demonstrated so by your dedication and the feedback that we get. I highly urge those from the Private Sector to make sure they have a copy of the manual.” He told participants that the manual would prove invaluable to them in running their respective businesses.Gordon noted that probably the most important part of the manual was under the appendices which have the regulations, technical recourse, and information.Day three will give an overall review after the programme has concluded.The entity that distributed the manuals is called the Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance.The objective of this workshop is for the public to have access to information provided for food safety.last_img read more

Ngige, Indiza lead Kenyan charge in Karen

Ngige, Indiza lead Kenyan charge in Karen

first_img0Shares0000Thika Sports Club pro Simon Ngige follows his shot during the KCB Karen masters on July 20, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 20- Mumias long-hitter Dismas Indiza and Thika Sports Club pro Simon Ngige are leading the charge for Kenyans at the halfway stage of the KCB Karen Masters which enters the homestretch on Sunday.The duo is among the five Kenyan professionals who made the cut at the Sunshine Tour sanctioned tournament at the Par 72 Karen Country Club. The five Kenyans alongside Indiza and Ngige are Mohit Mediratta of Sigona, South African based Stefan Andersen and Windsor resident pro Rizwan Charania.Ngige is the leading Kenyan on joint 19th with a total of 3 under par 141 while Indiza managed 2 under par 142 after two rounds. Mohit and Andersen wrapped up the first two days on a total of 1 under par 143 and 1 over par 145 respectively.South African Daniel Van Tonder took over the lead from compatriot Merrick Bremner after the second day.The Durban Country Club pro went to bed with a total of 11 under par 133 at the hallway stage of the event which saw 60 players make the cut. Tonder who played an impressive round of 7 under par 65 today is now holding a one shot lead from day one leader Bremner.Bremner is lying second after he fired 7 under par 65 on day one and 3 under par 69 yesterday for a total of 10 under par 134.South African Daniel Van Tonder follows his shot during the KCB Karen masters on July 20, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaJoitn third are South Africans JC Ritchie and Philip Geerts on 9 under par 135.Michael Palmer who is joint fifth made his first cut of the season yesterday after a six-under-par 66 in the second round.It will be his first weekend of action in seven attempts in the 2018-19 Sunshine Tour season, and that’s pleasing for him.“I am very happy. It has been a tough first half of the year and the validation of the persistence is good,” he said.The Bryanston Country Club player believes that playing the technical game can lead to losing your game.“Yes, it’s a downward spiral, because you work on something and you try to be perfect all the time instead of just playing golf like you know how to. I spoke a lot to my coach about the mental approach.”Ruan Conradie follows his shot during the KCB Karen masters on July 20, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaHe is planning to approach the weekend at the KCB Karen Masters a bit more aggressively than he did the first two rounds to see if that can get him his first win.“I will probably take on a few more flags and maybe play more aggressively,” Palmer said. “I wouldn’t say I am conservative over the first two rounds, but I will definitely play more into the middle of the greens early on.”He made five birdies and an eagle in his second-round 66, with just a single bogey on the card.Kenya’s Andersen who shot 69 on Thursday played 2 over par 74 yesterday but still survived the axe.“I’m very familiar with the course because I have been coming here since I was six years old,” Andersen said, adding: “I feel comfortable a little because I know where everything is but today  was simply a bad day the office.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Help Fort St. John show WestJet “It Just Makes Sense”

Help Fort St. John show WestJet “It Just Makes Sense”

first_img Hodson hopes to show that the airline will be used by everyone from families going on vacation to industry flying to Alberta. If unable to submit a video, residents are still encouraged to send in written support. “We want the community behind this presentation,” says Hodson, using the video to get as many people involved as possible. “so that when we are presenting to WestJet in Calgary, they can see that Fort St. John is a community that when they want things to happen, they band together.” To take part in the project, submit your 5 – 10 second video clip or written comments to itjustmakessense@fortstjohn.ca by June 12, 2012. In addition to information about the city and its residents, a video is also in the works. The City and the Chamber of Commerce are joining forces to create the “It Just Makes Sense” campaign, based on a comment by WestJet’s CEO Gregg Saretsky. He told Mayor Lori Ackerman at the end of the 2011 that Fort St. John “just makes sense” as a destination. Peace Region residents are encouraged to send video clips of their team, staff, family, friends and other groups yelling, singing and dancing, “It just makes sense!” The clips will be compiled and edited into a video to be shown to WestJet executives as part of the city’s 30 minute presentation. “We know that it just makes sense for WestJet to fly into the North Peace Airport,” says Mayor Lori Ackerman. “We want to show that we are a welcoming, inclusive community, we’re a young community, we’re a fun community, and WestJet wants to be here.”- Advertisement – So far groups like roller derby girls and Oilmen are signed up for videos, and a theatre full of movie-goers were filmed last night. The video will also include a Rick Mercer-style rant by Ackerman at the airport, highlighting the airport’s capabilities. “All of these submitted videos are going to be edited and put together in a five-minute video presentation showcasing our community, our facilities and our airport,” explains Chamber President Brent Hodson, “so that when we make this presentation to WestJet they get a good idea of Fort St. John and what we’re about and that the community will use WestJet.”Advertisementlast_img read more

Premier League round-up: Man United win despite Rooney red, as Costa fires for Chelsea again

Premier League round-up: Man United win despite Rooney red, as Costa fires for Chelsea again

first_img1 Manchester United survived Wayne Rooney’s sending off to secure a much-needed 2-1 victory against West Ham at Old Trafford.Louis van Gaal’s side, looking to bounce back from their calamitous defeat at newly-promoted Leicester last weekend, were cruising as Rooney swept in a Rafael cross and Robin van Persie netted his 50th goal for the club.But Diafra Sakho capitalised on a David de Gea error to reduce the deficit before Rooney was given a straight red card for recklessly kicking out at Stewart Downing.That ensured a nervy finale and West Ham had a late goal disallowed as they pressed for a leveller, but United held out to secure only a second win of the season.Diego Costa was again on target as Chelsea eased to a 3-0 victory over Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge to maintain their three-point lead at the top of the table.The Spanish striker scored his eighth goal in just six Premier League games after Oscar had put the home side ahead.Costa then turned provider for Willian to seal a comfortable win in what was Jose Mourinho’s 250th game as Chelsea boss.Southampton remain second, just three points behind the Blues, after securing a fourth successive league victory.Ronald Koeman’s side ran out 2-1 winners over QPR at St Mary’s, with Graziano Pelle netting the winner after Charlie Austin had earlier cancelled out Ryan Bertrand’s opener.Manchester City are up to third after they won a thrilling encounter with Hull City 4-2.The reigning champions stormed into a two-goal lead at the KC Stadium through Sergio Aguero and Edin Dzeko.But a nightmare ten minutes for summer signing Eliaquim Mangala saw Hull draw level, with the former Porto defender first heading into his own net before then conceding a penalty which Abel Hernandez converted.Mangala’s blushes were spared, however, as Dzeko put the visitors back in front before substitute Frank Lampard scored his fourth goal in a week to seal the victory.Crystal Palace made it back-to-back victories by beating Leicester City 2-0 at Selhurst Park.After seeing off Everton in midweek, goals from Fraizer Campbell and Mile Jedinak earned the Eagles a first home win of the season.Palace have now taken eight points in four games under Neil Warnock, who has yet to taste defeat since returning for a second spell in the dugout.Sunderland, meanwhile, are still searching for their first Premier League win of the season after being held to a goalless draw by ten-man Swansea at the Stadium of Light.Angel Rangel was given his marching orders for the visitors with ten minutes left but the Black Cats were unable to make the most of the extra man, with Connor Wickham and Steven Fletcher both missing chances to win it for the hosts.Premier League results:Chelsea 3-0 Aston VillaCrystal Palace 2-0 LeicesterHull 2-4 Manchester CityManchester Utd 2-1 West HamSouthampton 2-1 QPRSunderland 0-0 Swansea Robin van Persie celebrates last_img read more

Let our England youngsters get used to international football – Gary Pallister

Let our England youngsters get used to international football – Gary Pallister

first_imgGary Pallister has said young England players should be given a chance to make a name for themselves on the international stage. Speaking to talkSPORT’s Ian Abrahams ahead of England’s friendly against Brazil at Wembley, Pallister hinted their 0-0 draw against Germany showed some positive signs. The Three Lions fielded an experimental line-up in Friday’s friendly which saw the likes of Tammy Abraham, Jordan Pickford and Ruben Loftus-Cheek handed their senior international debuts. Pallister said: “I thought the team put up a good show against Germany. “I was watching Loftus-Cheek play against Germany and you’d think he had played 20 or 30 games for England. That was a joy to behold and hopefully more players get the chance and we can go into this tournament feeling a bit better about our England team.“We have been here before. We’ve had good youngsters coming through. We should let them develop, let them enjoy themselves and let them get used to enjoying international football.”Pallister, who made 22 appearances for England, urged followers to remain cautious ahead of the Brazil game and their chances in next summer’s World Cup.He added: “The Brazil game will be one that wets the appetite for them. This game always evokes great memories for us old players.“It’s exciting but we should be a little bit cautious as well.”“It’s a rollercoaster ride with expectation. We have been here so many times before with different generations. You don’t want to disappoint yourself by getting too excited.”last_img read more

Championship round-up: Debut defeat for Coleman, nine-goal thriller in Sheffield

Championship round-up: Debut defeat for Coleman, nine-goal thriller in Sheffield

first_img talkSPORT’s review of Tuesday’s second division action 1 Aston Villa 2-1 SunderlandChris Coleman’s Sunderland rescue mission began with defeat as the Black Cats went down 2-1 at Aston Villa. Albert Adomah and Joshua Onomah struck for Villa to condemn Coleman to defeat after he quit the Wales job to try to save Sunderland.Lewis Grabban’s 10th goal of the season was only a consolation for the Black Cats and defeat kept them rooted to the bottom of the Championship, four points from the safety line. They have won just once this season and have lost half of their games with successive relegations a real possibility. In contrast, in-form Villa moved up to fourth and are now just five points adrift of the top two after back-to-back wins. Barnsley 0-1 Cardiff CityCardiff overtook Sheffield United and moved into second place in the Championship table after a late Callum Paterson goal snatched a 1-0 victory for the Bluebirds at Barnsley.The ball fell to the Scotsman after a goalmouth scramble and he made no mistake, firing into the roof of the net to settle matters seven minutes from time.The result lifted Cardiff a point above the Blades, who lost 5-4 at home to Fulham on Tuesday evening.Brentford 1-1 Burton AlbionBrentford had to settle for a point in a dour 1-1 draw with Sky Bet Championship away draw experts Burton.Florian Jozefzoon gave the Bees the lead just after the break with a delightful curling free-kick up and over the wall that left goalkeeper Stephen Bywater rooted to his line.But Burton levelled when Joe Sbarra’s searching diagonal cross was headed home at the far post by the unmarked Ben Turner on 78 minutes.It was reward for a Burton side who parked the bus against wave after wave of Brentford attack in a largely one-sided affair that saw lone striker Marvin Sordell forced to feed off scraps up front.Bristol City 1-2 Preston North EndA goal in each half from Paul Gallagher and Callum Robinson gave Preston a surprise 2-0 win at Sky Bet Championship high-flyers Bristol City.The visitors took the lead just before the break when Jordan Hugill’s shot from inside the box was blocked by a defender. The rebound fell nicely for Gallagher, who beat Frank Fielding with a shot on the turn from 10 yards.Substitute Robinson slid in to double the advantage from Tom Barkhuisen’s left wing cross in the 78th minute and there was no denying Preston’s right to the points on the balance of play.It was not until stoppage time that City substitute Cauley Woodrow shot a late consolation with a low shot from 12 yards in a crowded box.Derby County 2-0 Queens Park RangersTom Lawrence scored his first goal for Derby in a 2-0 victory against QPR who have now failed to win away in the league since January.The Wales international struck early in the second half after Matej Vydra’s ninth goal of the season put Derby ahead in first half stoppage time.Rangers had contained Derby well up to that point but offered little as an attacking force apart from a Jamie Mackie header and a late Luke Freeman shot.Millwall 0-0 Hull CityHull ended their losing run in the capital by holding Millwall to a 0-0 Sky Bet Championship draw at The Den.In the same week the club’s owners, the Allam family, are scheduled to have their first meeting in four years with The Hull City Suporters Trust, Leonid Slutsky’s team ended a run of seven league defeats in London.They last avoided doing so at Fulham with a 1-0 victory in January 2016, but this time resisted Millwall following a fine performance from goalkeeper Allan McGregor.Nottingham Forest 1-0 Norwich CityNorwich were sunk by former Ipswich striker Daryl Murphy as Nottingham Forest edged a scrappy game 1-0 at the City Ground.Chances were few and far between the equally-matched sides and it took the introduction of Forest sub Mustapha Carayol to spark the home side into life.It was from his 77th-minute cross that Murphy prodded home the winner to seal a fourth straight Championship home league win for Mark Warburton’s side.Sheffield United 4-5 FulhamRyan Sessegnon and Leon Clarke both scored hat-tricks as Fulham edged a goal-laden game 5-4 to end a six-game drought and stop Sheffield United going to the top of the Championship.Sessegnon’s treble, in addition to two goals from Sheyi Ojo, had put the Cottagers in a seemingly commanding position at 5-2 up before Clarke completed his second successive hat-trick at Bramall Lane, after Samir Carruthers had also scored, to threaten the comeback.But Fulham held on to record their first win since the end of September and inflict just a third home league defeat of 2017 on the Blades.Aged only 17, Sessegnon’s star continues to rise after his heroics for England Under-19s in the summer and he showed the class which suggests he will go far in the game, while Clarke, at the other end of his career, is having just as much fun, taking his tally to 12 goals in 10 games.Bolton Wanderers 2-2 ReadingReading battled back with two goals inside the last 15 minutes to earn a 2-2 draw at BoltonFirst-half headed goals from Reece Burke and Darren Pratley put Phil Parkinson’s side 2-0 up as they chased just a third Championship win of the season.But Reading eventually turned overwhelming possession into goals as Liam Moore pulled one back before Leandro Bacuna scored from the spot with seven minutes left.The draw extends Bolton’s unbeaten run to seven games but they remain in the relegation zone.last_img read more

Goodyear, union agree on contract

Goodyear, union agree on contract

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: John Jackson greets a Christmas that he wasn’t sure he’d see160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. and 15,000 union workers in the United States and Canada tentatively agreed Friday to a new contract that would end a two-month strike over health care for retirees and Goodyear’s plan to close a tire factory in Texas, the union said. The third-largest tire-maker and the United Steelworkers union settled after both sides resumed talks in Pittsburgh this week. The strike began Oct. 5. The union says the deal would require Goodyear to drop plans to close the 1,100-worker plant in Tyler, Texas, immediately in return for an offer of a retirement buyout.The plant employs 1,100 workerslast_img read more

J’Neil Bennett scores first ever goal at Tottenham’s new stadium – and it’s a stunner

J’Neil Bennett scores first ever goal at Tottenham’s new stadium – and it’s a stunner

first_img Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ no dice BEST OF REVEALED Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won RANKED huge blow 11 – GOAAALLLL! The first goal at #SpursNewStadium is scored by J’Neil Bennett, who tucks a neat strike beyond the goalkeeper and into the bottom corner. ⚪️ #THFC 1-0 #SaintsFC 🔴 pic.twitter.com/0NsHIx3hMO— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) March 24, 2019It was certainly a goal worthy of the occasion, and Bennett went running off into the corner to celebrate with his team-mates.You can watch the stunning strike below… And the player who has written themselves in the history books by finding the back of the net before anyone else – J’Neil Bennett. 2 shining Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Bennett (left) and his team-mates took a selfie at the stadium before kick-off Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions And, with the first ever match played at the stadium, there was also a first ever goal. LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move ADVICE Football is finally being played at Tottenham’s new stadium REVEALED Tottenham’s new stadium hosted its first ever football match on Sunday afternoon, with their Under-18s taking on Southampton.The youth clash was the first of two Test Events the £1billion structure must hold before Spurs’ senior side can open the ground with their Premier League clash against Crystal Palace on April 3. 2 The first ever goal at our new home.⚪️ #THFC 1-0 #SaintsFC 🔴#SpursNewStadium pic.twitter.com/55RE4uputp— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) March 24, 2019The second and final Test Event at the new stadium will be held next Saturday, with a Spurs legends team taking on Inter Forever.Four days later, Crystal Palace will be the first visitors to the stunning ground in a competitive fixture, with Tottenham holding an opening ceremony before the Premier League clash kicks-off. Bennett, the 17-year-old winger, opened the scoring against Southampton after just 11 minutes, with a lovely curling finish after he cut in from the left wing. REPLY gameday cracker last_img read more

Kettlewell: I’m a young boss but ready to save Ross County

Kettlewell: I’m a young boss but ready to save Ross County

first_imgRoss County co-interim manager Stuart Kettlewell has said despite being young in managerial terms he’s ready to save the Staggies from relegation.Kettlewell and academy director Steven Ferguson have been handed the reigns in Dingwall until the end of the season after previous boss Owen Coyle resigned.The Highlanders currently lie three points adrift at the bottom of the Premiership and five points off safety having only managed to pick up 21 points so far this campaign. Former Staggies midfielder Kettlewell became the club’s development manager after hanging up his boots and made history by winning the development league title last season. While he admits he’s young for a manager at 33-years-old, Kettlewell says he’s ready for the “exceptionally hard” task at hand.He said: “It’s always something I’ve had an ambition to do.“People might look and say that at my age you are really young in a managerial sense.“But I’ve gained an awful lot of experience over the last few years working with the development squad. “When is the right time? I don’t think anyone has an answer for that. “From my point of view, I’m relishing the challenge and it’s just a case of meeting it head on and doing it our way.”He added: “Four wins in 22 shows the size of the task, it’s exceptionally hard but we need to hit the ground running and win some games to get us out of this position.“It’s very hard to switch these things on and off, but that is the task we have got and we’re hopeful we can change that.”The Under 20 development league win resulted in seven youngsters signing first team deals with County.One of the graduates, Davis Kiellor-Dunn, was full of praise for his new bosses coaching credentials.The winger said: “When I came I was quite shocked, I was training every day and even when I thought I’d done well he wanted more from us.“Towards the end of last season I didn’t know if I’d get a new contract but he told me not to worry, to keep pushing. He was the biggest factor in me getting a contract.“For me, Kets (Kettlewell) is the man for the job. His and Fergs’ (Steven Ferguson) ability to bring the best out of the kids is second to none, the best I’ve ever seen.”last_img read more

Steven Gerrard ‘can’t wait’ for first Old Firm experience

Steven Gerrard ‘can’t wait’ for first Old Firm experience

first_imgHe said: “I can’t wait for it. “This is where I wanted to be as a player and this is where I want to be as a manager. “I always want to compete against the best. “I’m going up against a top manager from my point of view and my team is going up against a good team. “We are going into a stadium that is renowned for a top atmosphere. “If that doesn’t float your boat then I shouldn’t be sitting here.”Sunday’s encounter will see a much smaller Rangers support in the away end after both clubs cut each others allocations.Gerrard said he would prefer to have more of the clubs fans in Celtic Park but said the players will still be aware of the support outwith the stands.He added: “We’d like more support there but we know we’ll have support all round the world. “We landed late last night and thousands of people were at the airport. “Even though we won’t have big numbers in the stadium the players will be well aware we will have huge support round the world.”Defender Joe Worrall signed for Rangers on loan on Friday and Gerrard confirmed the signature of winger Eros Grezda from Osijek was close to completion. He added there could yet be more signings whilst warning that no bids will be welcomed for Alfredo Morelos.The Rangers boss said: “We’ve just had the green light on a work permit for Eros Grezda. “I’m always looking [to do business]. “The window doesn’t shut till 12 so there’s plenty of time.”Asked what he would tell any suitors interested in Morelos, he said: “Don’t bother, don’t waste your time.” Rangers manager Steven Gerrard said he “can’t wait” to take on Celtic at Parkhead on Sunday.The former Liverpool captain will take charge of his first Old Firm encounter after making a positive start to life at Ibrox.Gerrard remains undefeated after eleven games at the helm and has managed to guide his charges into the Europa League group stages.He said he’s looking forward to taking on his former boss Brendan Rodgers and can’t wait to sample the atmosphere.last_img read more

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