Marks & Spencer (M&S), the food and clothing chain, has announced it will become the first UK retailer to start adding fibre to its entire range of pre-packed bread and rolls.From January, there will be a minimum of 3g of fibre per 100g of bread, with levels in M&S’ Supersoft White Bread increasing by 44% from 2.5g to 3.6g.The move comes six months after the company announced it would make all its bread with yeast fortified with Vitamin D, providing a minimum of 15% of daily requirement with two slices. It is also part of a trend towards increased-fibre breads, following Kingsmill’s Great White, which the company says has two and a half times the fibre of a regular Kingsmill white loaf, and Hovis launching its Good Inside breads, which contain Omega 3, wheatgerm and fibre.Jenny Galletly, product developer at M&S, said: “The days of the simple white loaf are numbered. We are now adding fibre to all our bread – including white, to make it healthier for all the family.”The company added that recent surveys had shown many people were lacking enough fibre in their diets and that it hoped to extend the fortifying of bread with both Vitamin D and fibre to its instore bakery offer from April.
Nottingham Forest drew 1-1 with Derby County 1 Nottingham Forest continued their unbeaten start to the season with a hard-fought 1-1 draw against Derby, but while the Rams will be happy with a point, Forest will view it as a missed opportunity.It was a typically feisty East Midlands derby, and after a dismal first half Britt Assombalonga’s strike sparked the match to life with 20 minutes to go, before Leon Best equalised 10 minutes later to set up a dramatic finish at the City Ground.There was a feeling of tension in the air as the match kicked-off and Stuart Pearce’s Championship leaders began the brighter of the two sides.The home side’s rhythm was disrupted though, as first captain Chris Cohen was forced off after appearing to catch his boot in the turf and twisting his knee, before wideman Andy Reid’s afternoon was ended early with another injury.The stoppages certainly didn’t help the flow of the match, but in truth there was little excitement in the first 45 minutes, with both sides fighting a war of attrition in the centre of the park.The feisty midfield battle added to the tension, but the result was a number of yellow cards and very little in the way of goal scoring opportunities for either side.The second half started very much in the same vein as the as the first, and the longer the contest continued it looked more likely to see a red card than a goal, with Forest’s Henri Lansbury perhaps a little fortunate not to receive his marching orders, as a studs up challenge on Will Hughes left the Derby youngster in a crumpled heap.However, the game really kicked into life after Assombalonga broke the deadlock with with a wonderfully taken effort. Chances were few and far between, but the Forest record signing finally managed to work himself some space with a smart turn on the edge of the box, before lashing his shot into the bottom corner.The goal forced Derby into action and almost immediately the Rams sparked into life. Launching a flurry of attacks on Forest. And soon Steve McClaren’s men were level as some questionable Forest defending left Best to poke the ball over the line.A well delivered free-kick from Hughes caused mayhem in the Forest box, and after pin-balling around, the striker pounced first to pull Derby level.Just moments later though, it was Derby who were forced into retreat as Jake Buxton was given his marching orders following a second booking. Forest sensed that the three points were there for the taking, but for all of their attempts they couldn’t find an opening and were forced to settle for a point.The result mean Forest remain top of the table, but it will be Derby who come away the happier of the two. read more
A number of homes and businesses in the Glencar and Long Lane areas of Letterkenny are without water this Tuesday due to a burst.Irish Water are working in repairs to the burst water main, which may cause supply disruptions to Circular Road, Oatfield Terrace, Muchish Avenue, Long Lane, Slieve Snacht, Errigal Road, Meadowbank, Hazelbrook, Manorview, Fairgreen and surrounding areas.Works have an estimated completion time of 5pm on 9 July. The public is advised to allow 2-3 hours after the estimated restoration time for supply to fully return. A traffic management plan will be in place for the duration of the works.Letterkenny homes without water due to burst main was last modified: July 9th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Irish Waterletterkenny read more
[vemba-video id=”van/sc/2019/05/04/bang_3bac7e3b-b016-4e4a-a0af-58cb0d965fc9″]CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile deviceSANTA CLARA — Defensive end Nick Bosa dug his gloved hands into the sod, powered off the line, counter-punched the left tackle before tossing him to the side and cutting inside the pocket.Welcome to a new era in 49ers pass rush, even if their top draft pick won’t join his full complement of teammates until after this weekend’s rookie …
Exchange a smileThere’s a brief moment that many geocachers experience but often goes unspoken. It’s the small smile shared between two cachers as they pass each other on the trail. You’ve just re-hidden a cache when you pass another person on their way there. You make eye contact, observe a phone or GPS in their hands, and you can’t help but share a smirk of acknowledgement that you’re both part of a “secret” mission.This brightspot does not have to stay limited to geocaching! When passing by others, be the first to smile. Something as small as a smile can make someone else feel seen, acknowledged, and grateful. Plus, smiling can actually make you feel happier too!Stop, look, and listenDo you ever get close to the cache, stop, and look to make sure there are no muggles nearby? This moment of pause can be applied to life outside geocaching too.Unplugging from technology to be mindful of your surroundings helps you discover what you may have otherwise missed: the chirping birds, a flower about to bloom, the sounds of the river nearby. You’ll never regret spending time soaking it all in.Whether you follow one or all three of these, each is a reminder to be thankful. Just like expressing thanks to cache owners in our logs, being thankful in our everyday lives can spread happiness, after all, that’s what geocaching is all about!How do you take your geocaching skills and apply them to your life? Share in the comments!Share with your Friends:More SharePrint RelatedCache In Trash Out® (CITO) announcement for 2019January 7, 2019In “Environmental Initiatives”CITO 2019 Season 1, Halftime ShowApril 15, 2019In “Environmental Initiatives”You’re Part of the CITO EquationMarch 17, 2014In “Cache In Trash Out” Improve the outdoors CITO (Cache In Trash Out®) helps preserve the natural beauty of cache-friendly spaces. While CITO has expanded far beyond litter removal, the overall theme is improving the outdoors.Keep in mind that you don’t have to be geocaching to make an impact! Each small step builds upon the previous step and will add up. Perhaps you can use a reusable coffee cup rather than taking a disposable one or pull a few weeds from the community vegetable garden on your walk. Next time you leave the house, try to identify one action you can take to improve the outdoors. Geocaching can teach us a lot about life: always stay curious, determined, and humble (looking at you DNF’s). But there are more ways we can take themes from our favorite hobby and apply them to the “real world.” Here are three ways to take geocaching into your everyday habits. read more
NATO’s aging eye in the sky to get a last overhaul LATEST STORIES The crucial game against the Thais will be at 8:30 p.m. Then the Philippines takes on host Malaysia at 11 a.m. the following day.“Imagine we need to go back to the hotel, it would take time. How much sleep can we get?” said Aquino.Still, team captain Raiza Rose Dy said the team is in high spirits.“Our experience in the Fiba Asia Women’s Cup was a big help, because of world class competition; we got to play against WNBA players,” said Dy. “That is something not experienced by other SEA Games countries.”The Philippines wound up fourth two years ago in the Singapore edition which was dominated by Malaysia.ADVERTISEMENT Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo DILG, PNP back suspension of classes during SEA Games Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. But head coach Pat Aquino admitted that the schedule—not just their opponents—presents a big stumbling block.“I don’t know about the schedule but it works against us,” said Aquino.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsCompetition starts Aug. 20. He said Perlas, which played in the tough Fiba Asia Women’s Cup, will play Singapore, Indonesia and Myanmar in that order.“Then we will take on (title favorite) Thailand the following day. Thailand will be coming from a break going into that game,” Aquino told the Inquirer. PH water polo gunning for podium celebration View comments Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong protesters Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo Photo by Marc Reyes/INQUIRERIt won’t be just Gilas Pilipinas shooting for a basketball gold in Kuala Lumpur.Perlas Pilipinas, the less-heralded women’s squad, will also go all out for a Southeast Asian Games crown when the biennial meet kicks off next week.ADVERTISEMENT NGCP on security risk: Chinese just technical advisers Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH03:04Filipino athletes share their expectations for 2019 SEA Games00:45Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics02:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games00:36Manny Pacquiao part of 2019 SEA Games opening ceremony MOST READ read more
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cardale jones auction cleats for parisThis past Saturday, Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones paid his respects to the victims of the Paris terror attacks by drawing the “Peace for Paris” symbol on his cleats. Monday, he took to Twitter to somewhat make a request of the NCAA.Jones openly wished that he could either auction off or donate his cleats to charity to benefit the victims of the attack. Check it out:Which there was a way I could auction off or donate my cleats to benefit the people in Paris pic.twitter.com/k9D8wB9wh1— Cardale Jones (@CJ12_) November 16, 2015Of course, it’s against NCAA regulations to auction off apparel worn by players. That being said, just last month, the organization made an exception for LSU’s Leonard Fournette regarding the flooding in South Carolina.Could the NCAA make another exception? We’ll find out. read more
“Degrassi” hasn’t killed many characters, but when it does, it’s always been in an organic way that serves the story, said executive producer Linda Schuyler. TORONTO — Erinn Hayes’s recently announced departure from the Kevin James TV comedy “Kevin Can Wait” has sparked shock and outrage among fans. Advertisement Twitter Advertisement “I was always nervous, especially after Paul (a main monitor of the clones) died too in the third season,” said Jordan Gavaris, who plays Felix on the show. “Every week there’s an actor that is not renewed, or fired,” he said in an interview when Netflix revived the series last November.“The seven-year contract that you sign when you audition is basically to protect the studio for you not to be able to leave. But it doesn’t protect you from being fired.” For some actors, going out in a blaze of glory can ease the blow. “I think it’s … built into every actor’s mentality to assume as a show wraps either an episode or a season, to think that you’re unemployed and you’ll never work again,” Maria Doyle Kennedy, who plays Mrs. S on “Orphan Black,” said on the set before the latest and final season kicked off in June. Last week, CBS announced Hayes will not be returning to play the wife of Kevin Gable, played by James, on the sitcom. Instead she’ll be killed off, paving the way for a reunion with Leah Remini, James’s TV wife for nine seasons on “The King of Queens.” “They get a week, some people get less than a week,” said Rooker. “Any death that’s happened on ‘Degrassi’ has been … to illustrate a particular issue and not to be vindictive to the actor,” she said. Receiving such news can still be devastating, not just the person who’s being axed but also their castmates. “Merle Dixon definitely went out with a bang,” said Michael Rooker, referring to his character on AMC’s “The Walking Dead.” Montreal actor Yanic Truesdale of “Gilmore Girls” said he never assumed he’d be a part of the next season until he got the official word. “Leaving can also be the best thing that happens to any actor, it’s just if you’re leaving the right way,” he said. Advertisement When Samira Wiley was told her “Orange is the New Black” character would be killed off in season 4, she said she initially took it personally. After reading the script, she understood it was a necessary part of the story, but her castmates didn’t know until a week before shooting the episode. Facebook “If you don’t feel like you’ve shown enough of your character or you’ve been able to show at least one side to your character that makes it interesting, then that is my fear — of leaving without leaving a mark.”By: Victoria Ahearn “And always, whenever something big like that would happen with a character, I would bring them into my office and we’d talk it through with them beforehand so that they wouldn’t just one day get surprised about what would happen.” Alexander Ludwig of “Vikings” sees a positive aspect to being killed off a show. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Login/Register With: But for many actors, it seems the possibility of being killed off a show is one that’s always on their minds. Rooker knew three weeks before he had to shoot his final scene, which he said is a long time compared to the notice some actors are given. “There would be characters where you felt like, ‘Yeah, these are fantastic characters. I bet we’re really going to see an arc develop for these people,’ and then you’d watch them trickle into the table read the following week … only to see on the page that their character was dead and you’re just kind of like, ‘Whoa, this is one of those shows.’” “He came in with a bang so he might as well go out. When I got the phone call I said, ‘Well, if I’m going to go out, I’m going to go out an ass-kicker.” “By the time we went and shot it, the news was very, very fresh for them,” she said in an interview. “So in a way, even though it was happening to me and I was the one who really had to bear the crux of it, I felt like I needed to take care of other people because they were so profoundly sad.” “If and when I die on this show, it needs to be extremely powerful and that serves everything I came on the show for…. To me, dying, if nothing comes of it, then that’s a problem. read more
Quebec’s museum of Civilisation is going for a new look.And it wants the help of First Nations, Innu and Inuit groups to achieve it’s goal.The permanent exhibit in the museum is the most popular draw in the province.Now officials are travelling the province asking how Aboriginal Peoples wish to be represented in the exhibit.