Irwin’s strikes Guinness deal

first_img“Irwin’s bakery of Ireland, in partnership with the beer brand Guinness, has created a new Guiness bread, following two years of pro-duct research and development.Made by Irwin’s at its Portadown bakery, the new wholegrain bread contains 17% Guinness. Michael Murphy, Irwin’s business development controller said that the product had already secured key UK and Ireland listings with major retailers such as Tesco.last_img

Brazilian Air Force Helicopters Will Be Part Of The Humanitarian Aid In Chile

first_img According to him, the Brazilian Air Force personnel are especially prepared to help with cases of broken bones and drowning. “We are still unsure what we will encounter, but we are prepared. Because this involves earthquakes, we are carrying supplies for immobilization and first-aid kits, as well as rescue equipment for coastal areas,” he said, emphasizing that it is a source of pride to participate in such missions. “It’s very rewarding to be able to help someone get back to a normal life. Every human being feels good being able to help others, Brazilians or not.” “We are not sure how much time we will spend there, because we know that many people need help. We all want to get there soon and see what we need to do and take action, regardless of the number of days that will be necessary or the amount of rest we will have,” explains a member of the Manaus Special Aviation Infantry Battalion (BINFAE-MN), Lieutenant Renan Antunes. Above 10,000 meters, extra sources of oxygen would be necessary. The aircraft will be part of the humanitarian aid, including search and rescue efforts, in the regions affected by the earthquake and tsunamis. The Black Hawks can also be used for the transportation of food and medicine to isolated areas. center_img During the trip there, which included crossing Argentina and the Andes mountain range, studies were made of the climatic conditions in the lower-altitude area. By Dialogo March 08, 2010 I read about the humanitarian relief that Brazil is providing by the decision of the President. This is how all of us brothers should help and support each other. Nature does not choose by the color of our skin or by what religion we practice. This could happen to all of us. We must all start from that principle. I am happy to know that my country could help its neighbours because nobody is so poor that can’t help the others. The two H-60L Black Hawk helicopters from the 7th Squadron of the 8th Aviation Group of the Brazilian Air Force are already in the city of Concepción, in Chile. last_img read more

Dunkin’ offers sweet treats for Valentine’s Day

first_img“Being the busiest day of the year, they need to staff it accordingly. They’ve been planning their orders now for the last couple weeks to make sure they have plenty of heart-shaped doughnuts to appeal to everybody,” said Stensland. “You share the love with your favorite somebody, it goes a long way. So you’re going out whether you’re getting chocolate, you’re getting balloons, you’re getting flowers, buying heart- shaped doughnuts, man, that makes a statement,” said Stensland. JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — It’s a day of love and lots of customers for Dunkin’ locations. “You could share with your kids classrooms, your favorites over at the office, but again, it’s all about a great week to share some love,” said Stensland. Offering a variety of heart-shaped doughnuts and pink velvet drinks, like lattes and macchiatos. Appealing to the eye, and to the heart. Whether you’re at the drive-thru, or inside, you can bet you’ll be waiting on a bit of a line, no matter the time of day. Stores have been getting ready for Valentine’s Day for weeks.center_img “We’re busy in the morning, but if you’re anything like me, you might be that person on the way home, you want to grab something for that someone special, stop in at Dunkin’ for some heart-shaped doughnuts, they really bring smiles to your kids faces,” said Stensland. Dunkin’ says Valentine’s Day is one of the busiest days of the year. “Valentine’s Day is a huge day for Dunkin’ second to national doughnut day pretty much,” said integrated marketing manager Eric Stensland. And romance isn’t a requirement! Doughnuts are a great gift for anyone in your life. Dunkin’s Valentine’s Day products have been offered since the beginning of February and are available while supplies last.last_img read more

VAR confusion could blight World Cup – Southgate

first_imgSouthgate added that he is against the use of technology, as in England’s Premier League, despite the huge financial considerations wrong decisions can affect.“I prefer referee’s decision is final. It’s sport and we shouldn’t be talking abut how much money it’s cost or lost.” England were on course to back up their 1-0 win over the Netherlands on Friday and draws against World Cup favourites Germany and Brazil back in November thanks to Jamie Vardy’s 26th-minute opener.“Generally over the two games I’m really pleased,” added Southgate.“In the last four games we’ve played four of the biggest countries in the world, at different levels of progression, and been competitive in every one.”Insigne’s equaliser was the first goal England have conceded in six games.However, the hosts could have been punished far earlier for a lackadaisical start but for some poor finishing from Ciro Immobile. The Lazio striker has scored 34 goals this season, but twice failed to get his shot away in time after pouncing on a pair of errors by John Stones inside the first three minutes.Immobile’s best chance came 10 minutes later when he met Antonio Candreva’s enticing cross unmarked at the back post, but again failed to find the target as his header drifted over.Share on: WhatsApp Pages: 1 2center_img London, United Kingdom | AFP | England manager Gareth Southgate believes a lack of clarity over the video assistant referee (VAR) system could blight the 2018 World Cup.Southgate’s side were denied another impressive World Cup warm-up friendly result as Lorenzo Insigne’s penalty three minutes from time salvaged a 1-1 draw for Italy at Wembley on Tuesday.However, the visitors were only awarded a spot-kick after German referee Deniz Aytekin overturned his initial decision not to give a penalty when substitute Federico Chiesa tumbled under the challenge of James Tarkowski using VAR.“I’m glad it’s not the World Cup just yet,” said Southgate. “I think the ruling is ‘clear and obvious’ and it’s not. It’s one you can debate all day.”last_img read more