The Alliance for Bakery Students and Trainees (ABST), with the help of Rich Products, hosted a trial Creative Leadership/Problem Solving workshop at Tameside College on 6 December, with a view to rolling it out to the wider baking industry.Attended by a number of key figures in the bakery trade, it looked at different ways of approaching problems, and how to creatively come up with solutions and implement them, as well as the benefits and negatives of different leadership techniques.The workshop was run by Shari Rife, planning process leader within the international division of Rich Products in Buffalo, New York.l See also David Powell’s In My World column on page 13.
(Photo supplied/ABC 57) A child was killed in a shooting in South Bend on Thursday.St. Joseph County Metro Homicide is investigating the shooting, which happened shortly before noon in the 600 block of Leland Avenue.A family member of the victim transported the child to the hospital before officers arrived. The child was pronounced dead a short time later.The victim’s name and age are being withheld pending notification of the family, and an autopsy has been set for Saturday in Fort Wayne.The circumstances that led to the shooting remain under investigation. No arrests or charges have been announced. WhatsApp By Tommie Lee – June 18, 2020 0 447 Google+ Google+ WhatsApp Twitter Pinterest IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Facebook Pinterest Previous articleSouth Bend Police Department unveils latest draft of discipline matrixNext articleIUPUI Study: COVID-19 grip on Indiana loosening Tommie Lee Facebook Metro Homicide investigating a fatal shooting involving a child in South Bend Twitter
Pinterest Elkhart man arrested after spree of dine and dash incidents Pinterest Twitter Facebook (Photo supplied/Elkhart County Jail) An Elkhart man and his girlfriend are accused of dining and dashing at a string of local restaurants in recent weeks.Investigators say 39-year-old Ryan Hayes and a woman skipped out on the bill at multiple restaurants, including Dandino’s Supper Club in Goshen, where their bill totaled $128, according to 95.3 MNC’s reporting partners at The Elkhart Truth.An employee at Dandido’s posted about the pair on Facebook and heard from several other local restaurants reporting similiar stories. An alert bartender at Chili’s in Goshen spotted the two and called police who caught up to them.Hayes claimed poverty as to why they didn’t pay their bills. He’s charged with resisting law enforcement and theft.Read more details about Hayes’s arrest from The Elkhart Truth. Google+ Twitter IndianaLocalNews WhatsApp Facebook WhatsApp Google+ By Jon Zimney – September 14, 2020 2 755 Previous articleElkhart woman sentenced for rash of cell phone robberiesNext articleSuspect in deadly University Park Mall shooting still at–large Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney.
Facebook Pinterest By Network Indiana – October 23, 2020 4 389 By The White House from Washington, DC – White House Coronavirus Update Briefing, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=89217597 White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator, Dr. Deborah Birx, says it’s all about ’empowerment’ when it comes to the recent spike in coronavirus cases here in Indiana.Friday Dr. Birx joined 93 WIBC to discuss what Americans need to do in order to stop the spread of the virus. Birx says there has been a significant increase of tools and resources we now have that we didn’t have in March.Americans know at this point to wear a mask and wash their hands. Birx says the hard part is getting everyone to do it. She says if we all wear surgical-type masks, then lock downs aren’t necessary.Another element to keeping the spread of the virus to a minimum is consistent testing. As Dr. Birx and her team has discovered after touring the country, she says they learned that weekly testing within universities has truly made a difference in their numbers. The idea behind more testing, is to help those who are asymptomatic from spreading the virus. Twitter Twitter Pinterest Google+ Google+ WhatsApp CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews WhatsApp White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator on what Indiana needs to do Facebook Previous articleVictims of deadly double shooting at Waterford Glen Apartments identifiedNext articleMarshall County declares Public Health Emergency due to COVID-19 Network Indiana
Google+ By Jon Zimney – November 18, 2020 6 288 St. Joseph County Health leaders issue series of recommendations to curb COVID-19 spread WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Previous articleYoung congratulates Trump Administration for quick work on vaccinesNext articleSome Penn-Harris-Madison schools going all-virtual on Monday Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. Pinterest Facebook (Photo supplied/St. Joseph County Health Department) The St. Joseph County Department of Health has made a series of recommendations to try to slow the current spread of COVID-19. The recommendations all center on the idea of hunkering down, once again, and avoiding social gatherings large or small.The St. Joseph County Department of Health with support from St. Joseph County Unified Command, recommends the following:• Avoid social gatherings and assemblies outside your immediate family/household.• Support local restaurants through take-out rather than in-person dining.• Pivot high school classes to virtual learning until after winter break. Depending on theircircumstance, each district may choose to have middle school go virtual as well.• Pause all extracurricular activities or conduct them remotely as feasible. In the event these activities cannot be paused or done remotely, limit spectators to parents/guardians/siblings until after winter break.• Encourage employees to work from home whenever possible.• Encourage businesses and establishments to offer curbside and contactless options.• Reward businesses committed to COVID-prevention practices with your shopping dollars. IndianaLocalNews Twitter
IndianaLocalNews Man stabbed to death in Warsaw identified Google+ WhatsApp (Photo supplied/Vickie Wooldridge) The name of the man that was stabbed to death yesterday in a home near Warsaw has been released.Matthew Lucas, 42, of Warsaw died from multiple stab wounds, said the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office.Vickie Wooldridge is accused of stabbing Lucas, and two others.She was arrested on Tuesday, around noon, when she stumbled out of a field.Lucas was pronounced dead at the scene, and the two others were taken to the hospital. One was released, and the other is still hospitalized. Twitter Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp By Jon Zimney – December 17, 2020 0 621 Facebook Google+ Facebook Pinterest Previous articleFrontline Hoosier Guardsmen receive COVID-19 vaccinationNext articleForecast for Indiana’s two-year budget better than lawmakers expected Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney.
helping people facing redundancy to write CVs and find jobs providing general information about benefits helping people to find the right training and learn new skills helping with costs like travel to work expenses. We know that this is a troubling time for Carillion’s workers and businesses that were in Carillion’s supply chain.The government’s priority is to make sure all public services Carillion provided continue to run smoothly. We have put our plans into action to ensure all public sector services continue unaffected. No major disruptions have been reported and we will continue to monitor the situation. We will continue to pay workers on public sector contracts.Financial support for businessesHMRC will provide practical advice and guidance to those affected through its Business Payment Support Service (BPSS). The BPSS connects businesses with HMRC staff who can offer practical help and advice on a wide range of tax problems, providing a fast and sympathetic route to agreeing the best way forward and addressing immediate concerns with practical solutions.Working with banks to help small businessesBusiness Secretary Greg Clark, Economic Secretary to the Treasury John Glen, and Small Business Minister Andrew Griffiths, met banks on 17 January 2018 to seek assurances that they will support small businesses affected by Carillion’s liquidation.Lenders are contacting customers and, where appropriate, are putting in place emergency measures, including overdraft extensions, payment holidays and fee waivers to ensure those facing short term issues can be helped to stay on track.This ensured small businesses exposed to the liquidation of Carillion are given the support they need.Minimising disruption to apprentices’ training programmesWe are committed to funding every apprentice that has already started their apprenticeship programme through to its completion. We have taken steps to protect learners by transferring the training of Carillion apprentices to the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB), and we are grateful to CITB for helping us ensure learners can continue to gain the skills they need.We will continue to work closely with the CITB to support apprentices to remain in existing placements or to find new employment with other local organisations so they can complete their training.PensionsFor those already receiving their pension, you will continue to be paid.We know that some people will be concerned about their pensions, so if you need free and impartial advice we would recommend that you call The Pensions Advisory Service on 0300 123 1047.We’ve also set up a special additional helpline with the Pensions Advisory Service for members of Carillion’s pension schemes: 0800 7561012.Keeping public services runningOur primary responsibility has always been keep our essential public services running safely. Government is providing the necessary funding required by the Official Receiver to maintain public services. Staff that are engaged on public sector contracts continue to come to work and will continue to be paid.Worried about your job?JobCentre Plus, through its Rapid Response Service, stands ready to support any employee affected by this announcement.Support could include:
Media enquiries The UK continues to play a leading role in response to the tragedy in Syria. We have committed nearly £2.5 billion to our humanitarian response to the crisis. I am alarmed that in spite of commitments to de-escalation the regime and its backers continue to bomb and shell opposition areas in eastern Ghouta and Idlib. In recent weeks these regime offensives have killed hundreds of civilians, displaced tens of thousands, and destroyed hospitals and other civilian infrastructure. These attacks must stop. After nearly seven years of conflict and over 400,000 deaths, it is abundantly clear that only a political settlement can bring a durable end to the human suffering and the regional instability the conflict fuels. Along with our international partners, the UK supports the efforts of the UN-mediated Geneva process as we believe this is the best way of reaching a lasting political settlement to end the conflict. We commend the constructive engagement by Nasser Hariri and the Syrian opposition in the latest round of Geneva talks and call on the Syrian regime to likewise engage constructively and agree to direct talks. Follow the Foreign Office on Twitter @foreignoffice and Facebook For journalists Follow Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt @AlistairBurtUK Minister for the Middle East Alistair Burt said: Follow the Foreign Office on Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn Further information Email [email protected]
New features are available on the DSCC website when viewing and making real time amendments to information about your firm.This means it is easier to make online changes yourself rather than requesting help from call centre staff.What are the new features?You can now: acceptance rates rota slots Wider benefits of DSCC websiteThe website has been running for more than 10 years. It allows providers to securely view and make real time changes to their firm’s records within the DSCC in-house case management system. This includes: access the website from your iPhone or android mobile using link below or iPad/tablet DSCC case records accepted by your firm in past year make a rota swap – both slots can now be amended at the same time and records updated instantly opt in or out for text messages rather than be asked on each call if this is required nominate a person for own client cases which should speed up deployment contact details How can I sign up?If you have not used the site before it is easy to sign up. Contact the DSCC either by email or through the site to request your login details using links below.Further informationDefence Solicitor Call Centre Online – secure access to DSCC records for providers with registered [email protected] – to email enquiries
Media enquiries Lyme Regis, courtesy of Mattana via WikicommonsThis work is coordinated by the lead partner Dorset Coast Forum (DCF) who are hosted by Dorset County Council (DCC). DCF has a proven track record of project delivery on the Dorset coast. DCC are the accountable body for this project and the lead project delivery partners include: Lyme Forward, Bridport CCT, Dorset County Council, Jurassic Coast World Heritage Team, Bournemouth Borough Council, Christchurch Borough Council, Borough of Poole, Purbeck District Council, Dorset Wildlife Trust, The Arts Development Company, Weymouth and Portland Borough Council, Bridport Town Council, Dorset AONB, Bounce Back Arts.Follow the latest tweets from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government on coastal communities by visiting @MHCLG or searching #GreatBritishCoast Jake Berry made the announcement while visiting Bournemouth today (17 May 2018) to officially open the Pier Approach which has been completely transformed into a world-class gateway to the south coast thanks to £1.9 million of funding, part of £5.6 million granted to the Dorset Coastal Connections portfolio from the government’s Coastal Communities Fund (CCF).Later in the day, the Minister also visited Poole Harbour to officially open the new 650 foot £10 million berth. Catering for cruise and cargo ships, the new berth is set to increase revenue by £1.5 million or 10% in the first year of operation. Please use this number if you are a journalist wishing to speak to Press Office 0303 444 1209 Office address and general enquiries Coastal landmarks which have fallen into disrepair have the opportunity to have life breathed back into them by a government fund launched today (17 May) by Coastal Communities Minister Jake Berry.The £1 million Coastal Revival Fund will support the restoration of some of the nation’s most iconic and best-loved coastal architecture – including places like the Pavilion Theatre within the Grade II* Winter Gardens building of Blackpool – and Swanage’s historic Victorian pier in Dorset.The fund, now in its third year, will provide grants to at-risk coastal heritage sites to fund repairs and restoration, or support large scale projects to see them through to completion.The government is inviting bids from local communities, charities and councils to receive up to £50,000 per project from today.Coastal Communities Minister, Jake Berry, said: Email [email protected] Contact form https://forms.communit… General enquiries: please use this number if you are a member of the public 030 3444 0000 If your enquiry is related to COVID-19 please check our guidance page first before you contact us – https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-for-local-government.If you still need to contact us please use the contact form above to get in touch, because of coronavirus (COVID-19). If you send it by post it will not receive a reply within normal timescale. Social media – MHCLG Local Growth Minister Jake Berry opening the new £10m South Quay berth ready to welcome cruise and cargo ships from around the world to Poole Harbour in the Port of Poole, DorsetOver £23.3 million of government’s Growth Deal Funding has been invested in the Port of Poole by the Local Enterprise Partnership delivering new approach spans for the Poole Bridge, 25000 new homes around the Port of Poole and major improvements to the A349.Further informationThe £1 million Coastal Revival Fund is in addition to a £40 million investment in Coastal Communities announced last year as part of a government pledge to invest over a quarter of a billion pounds in coastal communities by 2020.Now in its fifth round, the Coastal Communities Fund supports the development of UK coastal communities by giving funding to create sustainable economic growth and jobs. Analysis shows this has been money well spent, with every £1 invested having the potential to create an £8 boost to our coastal economies.By 2020 the £264 million awarded by the Coastal Communities Fund is expected to have attracted around £369 million in additional funding for coastal projects giving a total investment of around £633 million.The Coastal Revival Fund grants will support communities in unlocking the economic potential of those hard-to-tackle buildings, landscapes, facilities and amusements and sustain them in the longer-term. We are therefore inviting bids from local communities, charities and councils of up to £50,000 per project. Further details and guidance on how to apply can be found at: www.gov.uk/government/collections/coastal-communities.The Bournemouth Pier Approach project involved major public realm regeneration of the principal coastal public space in Bournemouth to a world-class standard. The project included de-cluttering the street scene including investment in revolutionary semi-submerged waste bins. Beach at Pier Approach. Over £1.9 million of the £3.7 million project came from the fourth round of the Coastal Communities Fund with the remainder of the project supported by match funding.Local Enterprise Partnerships are playing a vital role in driving forward economic growth across the country, helping to build a country that works for everyone. That’s why by 2021 government will have invested over £12 billion through the Local Growth Fund, allowing LEPs to use their local knowledge to get all areas of the country firing on all cylinders. Analysis has shown that every £1 of Local Growth Fund invested could generate £4.81 in benefits. If you would like some further facts about the Fund, or the wider regeneration work going on across the country, please contact Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government press office by emailing [email protected] in the first instance to request any additional information you might need.Dorset Coastal Connections – people and places is a portfolio project connecting and coordinating 18 coastal sites across Dorset, from Christchurch to Lyme Regis. The range of projects connects our urban coastal areas to rural coastal areas works to promote and sell the Dorset coast as a whole. It is funded by the Coastal Community Fund as well as partner organisations. Twitter – https://twitter.com/mhclgFlickr – http://www.flickr.com/photos/mhclgLinkedIn – http://www.linkedin.com/company/mhclg The protection of our iconic coastal landmarks plays an important role not just in making the Great British Coast an attractive tourist destination, but in regenerating our coastal communities and supporting them to grow. The launch of this new Coastal Revival Fund today represents government’s unwavering commitment to support coastal communities and we’re investing over £250 million in our coastal areas by the end of the decade. 2 Marsham StreetLondonSW1P 4DF