Queen’s JCR VP and Social Sec banned from College

first_imgTwo JCR committee members at Queen’s College are understood to have been temporarily banned from the college after they were caught climbing on buildings.Two JCR committee members at Queen’s College are understood to have been temporarily banned from the college after they were caught climbing on buildings. The JCR Vice-President and Social Secretary were denied vacation residence in their college rooms during Freshers’ Week as punishment for being found on the roof of a building in Queen’s last week. The responsibility attached to their positions is believed to have contributed to the level of the disciplinary measures.The JCR Vice-President and Social Secretary were denied vacation residence in their college rooms during Freshers’ Week as punishment for being found on the roof of a building in Queen’s last week.The responsibility attached to their positions is believed to have contributed to the level of the disciplinary measures.last_img read more

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Kerry Foods announces 150 jobs may go

first_imgUp to 150 jobs could be lost at Kerry Foods’ pies and savouries plant in Poole, Dorset, it was revealed yesterday.The firm, which employs 860 full-time workers at the site, said the job losses could come about in a proposed restructure. The company has begun a 45-day consultation period.Staff were told the restructure was necessary because of an increase in costs and a drop in orders.A spokesman for Kerry Foods said: “The sector has been extremely competitive and market volumes have fallen over the past year or so.Regrettable“While we have engaged with our workforce in Poole with regard to improving efficiency, and a lot of work has been carried out on-site, it is regrettable the sector remains extremely competitive and the cost of raw materials has increased.”The union Unite described the potential job losses as a “major blow to the local economy”.In its preliminary results for the 12 months to 31 December, 2013, the Irish food group unveiled a group revenue of €5.8bn (£4.5bn), off the back of a 4.6% growth in underlying sales.last_img read more

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Go back to the enewsletter Located in the heart o

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterLocated in the heart of the Swiss Alps, far from city pollution, the Leukerbad Clinic is the perfect place to regenerate. Recognised by the Swiss health authorities since 1961, the medical retreat has recently been fully modernised and now steps into the future.The multidisciplinary team is committed to protecting its patients’ health and letting them benefit from Leukerbad’s experience, with programmes designed to be fully personalised, according to each patient’s state of health. For every request, the Leukerbad Clinic sends a detailed estimate to the patient listing the different medical and hospitality services.Leukerbad offer an anti-ageing programme that has been adapted to achieve maximum effect over a shorter period. A specialty of the clinic for many years, the programme relies on different cutting-edge techniques to detoxify, revitalise and stimulate the patient at a cellular level. It offers an approach based on the use of advanced therapeutic products which strengthen the immune system and aid recovery after certain health problems. Accompanied by a special diet, it also helps to eliminate toxic substances and metabolic residues.Leukerbad offers the unique possibility for all-round detoxification, fighting toxic metabolites, unsaturated fats, heavy metals and the like. Over time, theses substances accumulate in the body and can have biochemical or cellular effects which can trigger the onset of pathologies. Their elimination is therefore essential. A medicalised detoxification treatment has been developed using synthetic products which have the ability to drain harmful substances from the body. To achieve the best possible results, medicalised detoxification should be accompanied by a detoxifying and hypotoxic diet.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img read more

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