Allied Bakeries this week relaunched its Kingsmill Everyday bread range in new packaging and renamed three lines, in a bid to increase impact on consumers.The “simplified” packaging has clearer branding and adopts the Kingsmill ‘Fresh from the Bakery’ seal, first introduced on Kingsmill Gold in November 2005. Allied has also renamed Kingsmill Sandwich as Kingsmill Square and Kings-mill Soft White as Kingsmill Round Top. The Kingsmill Wholemeal and White product becomes Kingsmill Wholegrain and White. The name changes will make it easier for the consumer to understand each product’s attributes, according to Allied. In the case of Kingsmill Square and Kingsmill Round Top, this is the shape of the loaf rather than the usage occasion, it says. For Kingsmill Wholegrain and White, the unique selling point is that it is the only white bread to use the whole of the grain (where others only use part of the grain), it said.The new look will be applied across the portfolio, including Tasty Wholemeal and Toastie. New packaging will also signpost slice thickness – one of the key elements in the consumer deci-sion process, according to Allied.Kingsmill is being supported by £12 million marketing spend over the next 12 months, including a £7m advertising campaign to drive awareness and trial of the range. Kingsmill Wholegrain and White will kick off the 2006 TV campaign in January, followed by trial and loyalty drives. Lawrence Trist, commercial development leader at Allied Bakeries, said: “The re-launch of Kingsmill’s Everyday range is designed to ensure that consumers recognise the quality of our products and come back again and again to Kingsmill.”
Email [email protected] Amit Gupta of St Philips Chambers appeared as Counsel for the Insolvency Service and Christopher Snell of New Square Chambers appeared as Counsel on behalf of the defendant.A disqualification order has the effect that without specific permission of a court, a person with a disqualification cannot: Press Office Notes to editorsDaljit Kaur Dhillon is of Sutton Colefield and her date of birth is June 1975.Company registration numbers: Media Manager 0303 003 1743 Daljit Dhillon set out specifically to mislead members of the public who were in a vulnerable financial position for her own considerable personal gain. The court’s decision to disqualify her shows the seriousness with which this type of cynical financial service activity is viewed. Office currently closed during the coronavirus pandemic. Repossession Management Bureau Ltd – 08710372 RMB Assets Ltd – 09185563 OM Payments Ltd – 08190869 This service is for journalists only. For any other queries, please contact the Insolvency Enquiry Line.For all media enquiries outside normal working hours, please contact the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Press Office on 020 7215 1000. Daljit Kaur Dhillon (42), from Sutton Coldfield, appeared at the High Court in Birmingham on 13 September 2018 where an order was made to disqualify her from being a company director for nine-and-a-half years. She was also ordered her to pay costs of £12,000.Known by a variety of names, including Kareena Kapoor, Lisa Dhillon and Daljit Kaur, Ms Dhillon was the director of three companies: Repossession Management Bureau Ltd, RMB Assets Ltd and OM Payments Ltd.The companies offered financial assistance to people with mortgage arears but clients complained that they were unaware of the exorbitant fees they charged and following an investigation by the Insolvency Service, the companies were wound-up in the High Court in September 2015.Investigators found the companies were formed after a previous business, Red2Black Ltd, ceased trading following an investigation by another government agency . This investigation led to the director of Red2Black, Gurpreet Singh Chadda (the former husband of Daljit Dhillon), being given a Final Notice and record fine of nearly £1m.The companies targeted people facing the threat of having their homes repossessed and under the guise of ‘protecting’ the equity, they would take out a charge on the properties. However, the companies failed to adequately inform clients of the amount of fees being charged or that the charge secured the indebtedness of the client. And when the property was sold, the companies would use the charge to extract grossly excessive fees for which no record was maintained to support the amount of work that had purportedly been undertaken. In addition, there was a lack of transparency in that representatives of the companies used false names, which prevented clients from determining who they were dealing with.Investigators found that Repossession Management Bureau and RMB Assets held charges worth just under £4 million over properties belonging to 97 clients. Together, the two companies had a trade income of more than £1.2 million of which just over £1.1 million was paid out for the benefit of Daljit Dhillon.The companies were also found to have charged VAT on invoices despite submitting nil VAT returns to the authorities.Daljit Dhillon was declared bankrupt in June 2016 on the petition of the Official Receiver as liquidator of the three companies, after she failed to repay £353,550 worth of void transactions back to the companies. As a result of further claims made in his capacity as liquidator, the Official Receiver has lodged debts of over £1.5 million in Ms Dhillon’s bankruptcy and has recouped a further £40,000 from a former sales agent.Helen Morten, Deputy Official Receiver for the Insolvency Service, said: act as a director of a company take part, directly or indirectly, in the promotion, formation or management of a company or limited liability partnership be a receiver of a company’s property Persons subject to a disqualification order are bound by a range of other restrictions.The Insolvency Service administers the insolvency regime, investigating all compulsory liquidations and individual insolvencies (bankruptcies) through the Official Receiver to establish why they became insolvent. It may also use powers under the Companies Act 1985 to conduct confidential fact-finding investigations into the activities of live limited companies in the UK. In addition, the agency authorises and regulates the insolvency profession, deals with disqualification of directors in corporate failures, assesses and pays statutory entitlement to redundancy payments when an employer cannot or will not pay employees, provides banking and investment services for bankruptcy and liquidation estate funds and advises ministers and other government departments on insolvency law and practice.Further information about the work of the Insolvency Service, and how to complain about financial misconduct, is available.
Read Full Story Ninety-three students spent April 26-28, 2013 learning how to rapidly respond to a refugee crisis while being faced with a host of stressful distractions from confrontational child-soldiers to rogue journalists. It was all part of the annual disaster simulation organized by The Lavine Family Humanitarian Studies Initiative, the flagship training and professional development program of the Humanitarian Academy at Harvard. The group included graduate students from Harvard School of Public Health, MIT, and Tufts University, and humanitarian professionals who attended as part of the academy’s two-week Humanitarian Response Intensive Course.For the weekend, Harold Parker State Forest in North Andover, Mass., was transformed into a Sub-Saharan border region beset by extreme weather, food shortages, and militia violence. Students were assigned to teams representing nongovernmental organization such as CARE and Save the Children, and worked to develop a plan to provide services for the region’s refugees. The goal of the simulation exercise is to prepare students to work in crisis situations such as the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.
The White House announced a new program on Monday that aims to address urban problems in cities across the country, including New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles — and South Bend.David Murphy, director of the ESTEEM graduate program and associate dean of entrepreneurship in engineering and science, said Notre Dame and South Bend were selected to participate in the MetroLab Network, a program that enables universities and local governments to work together to find innovative ways to address cities’ needs.“The interesting thing about the South Bend-Notre Dame relationship is we really are kind of punching above our weight in terms of city size,” Murphy said. “We are clearly the smallest city, so we feel blessed and fortunate to be a part of the MetroLab Network. We also feel we have a lot to contribute and are excited to learn from what some of the bigger cities are doing with their university partners.”Santiago Garces, South Bend’s chief innovation officer and Notre Dame class of 2011, said the MetroLab Network is part of the White House’s “Smart Cities” initiative, which focuses on using technology and science to help communities tackle local challenges.“The MetroLab Network is a collection of city-university partnerships that are developing the framework to share expertise and share resources, trying to figure out how we can create solutions to problems using new technologies and new approaches,” Garces said.The MetroLab Network will examine problems such as crime, traffic, air quality, water quality, sewage and education, Murphy said.Murphy said because Notre Dame is one of the premier research institutions in the country, it could impact communities all over the world by sharing its results.“The research here at Notre Dame is always ongoing, always challenging, always exciting,” he said. “The question’s going to be how to harness that [research] and direct it to address pressing problems in this city and in other cities.”As part of the MetroLab Network, Notre Dame and South Bend will get access to expertise and resources they may not otherwise have, Garces said. The program aims to share urban solutions with other cities across the nation.“As we start confronting some bigger issues, including sustainability, engagement and inclusion of different residents … we will probably benefit a lot from being able to share ideas and share approaches in looking at the entire collection of cities and laboratories that are trying different methods to confront these big questions and big problems,” he said.Murphy said Notre Dame and South Bend have a rich history of successful collaboration. EmNet, a South Bend-based company that designs and produces technology to control overflow in city sewage systems, is just one example of the effectiveness of this partnership.According to Murphy, Notre Dame research labs produced a sensor that was eventually installed in South Bend sewer systems, allowing the city to open and close gates and direct the water flow away from areas in danger of flooding. EmNet commercialized this product.“That’s a great example of technology coming out of research labs at Notre Dame that can be deployed in a very practical setting, in this case the city municipalities,” Murphy said. “We then look to how we can share this technology with other cities.”Murphy and Garces traveled to Washington D.C. on Monday to attend the “Smart Cities” forum, where South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg announced the MetroLab Network with Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto at a White House event. South Bend was chosen to be one of seven cities on the program’s steering committee, Murphy said.Michael Yu | The Observer Garces said he believes the program has the potential to help generate a sense of civic pride and create economic benefits in South Bend.“I think that, for South Bend in particular, this opportunity of continuing to redefine itself and make use of our strengths as a city can give us the opportunity to build pride in the city,” Garces said. “We can build a bridge for people that have gone to Notre Dame that are researchers and students and Ph.D.s who might want to stay and work and solve these very exciting problems by developing exciting solutions.”According to a University press release, Notre Dame and South Bend have chosen four projects on which to focus. The projects will include new methods of cleaning the water in the St. Joseph River, assessments of local neighborhoods, a community-based research course and a downtown wireless network.Murphy said he believes the MetroLab Network will help Notre Dame fulfill its duty to serve humanity by sharing its innovative ideas with the rest of the world.“We feel like we are on the cusp of something very cool, in the sense of what this could mean, not just for our cities, but for the world,” he said.Garces said he is excited to see the partnership between Notre Dame and South Bend continue to produce solutions that could now help solve problems in cities across the country.“From our perspective, we’re the smallest city in the Network, and the Network grants us access to a level of expertise and a level of visibility that we wouldn’t have otherwise,” he said. “It’s an incredible opportunity for our community.”Tags: Mayor Pete Buttigieg, MetroLab, South Bend, White House
Home Minister Tito Karnavian said the size of entourages would be limited to prevent COVID-19 transmission.“Candidates are strongly discouraged from inviting a large number of supporters, as well as from organizing entourages. The candidates are only allowed to be accompanied by a small team to prepare the administrative paperwork for the registration,” Tito said as quoted by kompas.com on Thursday.Tito added that the attendance restrictions were enumerated in Article 5 of the KPU Law on regional elections during the COVID-19 pandemic. Traditionally, candidates are accompanied by large groups of supporters as they register with the KPU office.On Dec. 9, 270 regions will hold simultaneous elections, including 9 provinces, 224 regencies and 37 municipalities. (dpk)Topics : The government has strongly urged regional electoral candidates to avoid bringing large entourages to register with the General Elections Commission (KPU).The KPU will accept registrations for the 2020 simultaneous regional elections from Friday to Sunday.
Advertisement Comment Arsenal beat Vitoria Guimaraes two weeks ago at the Emirates (Picture: Getty Images)Arsenal are back in European action on a Wednesday night this week, but they have not made a magical return to the Champions League, it is simply down to Portuguese traffic.The Gunners travel to take on Vitoria Guimaraes in the Europa League, but with the unusual kick-off time of 3.50pm on Wednesday, rather than Thursday evening.Guimaraes is near Braga, in northern Portugal, and they are also playing at home in the Europa League this week, so Guimaraes’ fixture was moved for safety reasons and to reduce traffic.The two stadiums are less than half-an-hour apart, so it is understandable, and Braga vs Besiktas will remain on Thursday at 8pm.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityThe afternoon kick-off is due to the fact that Europa League fixtures cannot clash with Champions League contests, and there is a full set of those on Wednesday.This means that there is no problem with televising the fixture, though, with Guimaraes vs Arsenal being shown on BT Sport 2, with coverage starting at 3.30pm.The reverse fixture was a memorable contest as they came from behind to pinch a 3-2 win, thanks to two fantastic Nicolas Pepe free-kicks.Arsenal would usually return to Premier League action on the Sunday after a Thursday fixture, but are instead travelling to take on Leicester City at 5.30pm on Saturday.MORE: Chris Wilder better option than Jose Mourinho or Max Allegri for Man Utd or Arsenal, says Tony CascarinoMORE: Unai Emery slammed for starting Arsenal outcast Mesut Ozil against Wolves Advertisement Why is Vitoria Guimaraes vs Arsenal in the Europa League on Wednesday at 3.50pm? Metro Sport ReporterMonday 4 Nov 2019 1:58 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link47Shares
Telegraph (UK) 16 July 2012…As a doctor, I am sick of seeing the emotional fall-out of feuding parents, the children being innocent conduits for their bitterness and resentments. I accept that sometimes relationships don’t work out. People change. Their circumstances and their responses to them change, too. I also accept that it is far better for children to be brought up by separated parents than to have to endure a tempestuous home life in the presence of both. The steady creep of family discord, of parent pitched against parent, can have devastating effects on youngsters. Even so, the potential for damage in acrimonious divorces is considerable.It is not just the process of divorce that impacts so negatively. The post-divorce period, when parents are attempting to assemble a new life for themselves, is no less fraught or stressful and may have long-term consequences. It seems that once divorced, people have a capacity to act with myopic selfishness. ”I’ve given the best years of my life to my kids, now it’s my time,’’ is the mantra, as they scour singles bars and internet dating sites for someone to make them feel better about themselves.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/children_shealth/9400670/A-child-is-for-life-not-just-for-a-few-years.html
NewsTalk ZB 1 May 2019Family First Comment: “Several submitters, including the Law Society and the Police Association, told the committee that the wording in the bill would effectively decriminalise all drug use and possession because it would be easy to argue in court that every user would benefit more from a therapeutic approach than a prosecution. Association president Chris Cahill told the committee that the bill was effectively telling police to move from a default presumption to prosecute to one of non-prosecution for all drug users, which would lead to a “dramatic” decline in police charges…. it was an issue that should have wider public debate rather than be “slipped in” to a bill that was primarily about synthetic drugs.”#SoftOnDrugsThe Government says its bill to make drug use a health issue is not default decriminalisation, even though a select committee was told today that prosecutions for drug use or possession will seldom if ever be brought under the bill.And while there appears to be broad support for a health focus, Parliament’s health select committee was told that there would be no point without a massive injection of resources for heath and addiction services across the whole country.The Misuse of Drugs Amendment Bill, currently before the committee, is the Government’s response to the synthetic cannabis crisis and would classify synthetic drugs AMB-FUBINACA and 5F-ADB as Class A drugs; dealers of Class A drugs face a lifetime in prison.It would also codify police discretion into law, clarifying that a prosecution for drug use or possession – regardless of which drug – should only be pursued if it was in the public interest, taking into account whether a “health-centred or therapeutic approach would be more beneficial”.Several submitters, including the Law Society and the Police Association, told the committee that the wording in the bill would effectively decriminalise all drug use and possession because it would be easy to argue in court that every user would benefit more from a therapeutic approach than a prosecution.Association president Chris Cahill told the committee that the bill was effectively telling police to move from a default presumption to prosecute to one of non-prosecution for all drug users, which would lead to a “dramatic” decline in police charges.While the association did not have a position for or against decriminalisation, he said it was an issue that should have wider public debate rather than be “slipped in” to a bill that was primarily about synthetic drugs.READ MORE: https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/on-air/larry-williams-drive/audio/chris-cahill-police-association-not-pleased-with-discretionary-approach-to-drug-use/Drug law change ‘goes too far’ – Police AssociationRadio NZ News 1 May 2019https://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/388222/drug-law-change-goes-too-far-police-association
Drilon initiated the construction ofthe Sen. Benigno S. Aquino Jr. Avenue and the President Corazon Aquino Avenue duringthe Aquino administration. They now serve as main gateways to Iloilo City,easing traffic congestion. MIGEDC was created to formulate,coordinate and monitor programs, projects and activities for the accelerationof the economic growth and development of its member local government units,namely Iloilo City, the municipalities of Oton, San Miguel, Pavia, Leganes, andSanta Barbara in Iloilo province, and Guimaras province. However, the rapid rise of Iloilo andthe influx of tourists, Drilon acknowledged, caused traffic congestionsparticularly during rush hours (from 6:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. and from 5 p.m. to7:30 p.m.). The flyover at the intersection of theSen. Benigno S. Aquino Jr. Avenue and President Corazon Aquino Avenue inBarangay Ungka II, Pavia is one of four that DPWH is building to ease trafficcongestion on mayor points leading in and out of Iloilo City. A rerouting of vehicles could ease thetraffic bottleneck there, according to Jeck Conlu, head of the Public Safetyand Transportation Management Office of the city government. Private vehicles may be made to takealternative routes, he said during yesterday’s meeting of the Metro IloiloGuimaras Economic and Development Council (MIGEDC). ILOILO City – This December theDepartment of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) may start constructing a flyoverat the intersection of the Sen. Benigno S. Aquino Jr. Avenue and the14-kilometer President Corazon Aquino Avenue in Barangay Ungka II, Pavia, Iloilo.It may worsen the traffic congestion in the area albeit temporarily. Ilonggo senator Franklin Drilon wholobbied for these flyovers said, “We have to move quickly to solve this trafficcongestion which irks drivers, commuters and tourists. We must prevent beingcompared to Metro Manila and Cebu City in terms of the gravity of traffic. Itwill not be good for the image of the city that we have worked hard on forseveral years.” The 10-lane, 15-kilometer Sen. BenignoAquino Jr. Avenue serves as the main thoroughfare from Iloilo City to theIloilo Airport in Cabatuan, Iloilo. The three others are at the junctionof Sen. Benigno Aquino Jr. Avenue and Felix Gorriceta Jr. Avenue in BarangayAganan, Pavia; in Barangay Jibao-an, Pavia going to Mandurriao district ofIloilo City; and at the intersection of the national highway and PresidentCorazon Aquino Avenue in Barangay Buhang, Jaro district. “We will address the trafficcongestion in the area. While traffic is a sign of development, we cannot letit continue as it will affect our reputation as one of the few livable citiesin the country, as well as our bid to make Iloilo a MICE destination,” Drilonsaid The roads are now a commercial strip,dotted by new hotels and business establishment. Conlu heads the MIGEDC transportationtask force. He had been tasked to prepare a traffic rerouting plan. The Ilonggo senator was referring tohis campaign, together with the Department of Tourism, to position Iloilo aspremier destination for meetings, incentives, conventions, and exhibits orMICE./PN
By GabboT [CC BY-SA 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia CommonsGreensburg, In. — On Monday, Honda of Greensburg announced the start of mass production of the all-new 2019 Honda Insight in Indiana, announcing $61.5 million in new capital investment in Indiana and Ohio for production of the latest in Honda’s growing portfolio of electrified vehicles. The launch of the stylish and sophisticated Insight at Honda Manufacturing of Indiana (HMIN) reflects Honda’s increasing investment in the production of electrified vehicles in America.Honda previously announced its intention that two-thirds of its global auto sales will be electrified by around 2030. Under this Honda Electrification Initiative, the company plans to introduce electrified powertrains to virtually all of its core models in the years ahead.“The new Honda Insight exemplifies our growing investment in the production of electrified vehicles in America and our associates in Indiana are proud to play a key role in this initiative,” said Isao Matsuzaki, president of Honda Manufacturing of Indiana. “As the lead plant for Insight production globally, we are committed to delivering the quality and reliability that our customers expect.”HMIN will build all Insight models for the North American market and has invested $32.5 million to support production of the new Insight. Three Ohio plants contribute the Insight’s powertrain. Honda Transmission Manufacturing of America (HTM), in Russells Point, Ohio, has invested $29 million for production of the Insight’s twin electric motor unit, which is the heart of the Insight’s innovative gas-electric hybrid powertrain. The Insight’s hybrid battery pack is assembled at the company’s Marysville, Ohio auto plant, where Honda also produces the just-launched 2019 Accord Hybrid. The Insight’s 1.5-liter Atkinson-cycle gasoline engine is produced at the company’s Anna, Ohio engine plant.1Among the changes made to the Indiana plant for Insight production is a new 19,200 square-foot building expansion to accommodate in-house subassembly of the vehicle’s front-end module. This modular approach to the construction of the vehicle’s front frame and associated components, such as the radiator and cooling fan, was first introduced on the 2016 Civic and is now employed for the Accord and CR-V as well. The new Insight marks the first time the Indiana plant is subassembly the front-end module in-house. Other new processes for Insight include the installation of electrified vehicle systems such as high-voltage wiring, the battery unit and power control system.HMIN will now produce the Insight, Civic and CR-V on the same production line. This is not the first time that HMIN has demonstrated the flexibility to manufacture multiple vehicles and hybrid models. From April 2012 to November 2014, the plant was the exclusive manufacturing home for the Acura ILX hybrid, which was transferred to Marysville, Ohio in 2015. HMIN also previously produced the Civic Natural Gas, at the time, the only mass-produced natural gas-powered passenger car in America.The 2019 Honda Insight, launching at Honda dealerships nationally early this summer, is a stylish and sophisticated hybrid sedan positioned between Civic and Accord in Honda’s U.S. lineup. The Insight offers comfortable seating for five with leading-edge technology, including standard Honda Sensing® safety and driver-assistive technology, Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ integration. Powered by the third generation of Honda’s innovative and efficient two-motor hybrid system, Insight’s 151 net system horsepower combines with a lightweight structure to deliver the best power-to-weight ratio in its class along with helping it receive up to a projected 55-mpg rating2 in the city.The Insight is the fifth electrified Honda model launched in the past 18 months, following the introduction of the Clarity Series – Clarity Fuel Cell, Clarity Electric and Clarity Plug-In Hybrid – and the just-launched 2019 Accord Hybrid.