McGhee’s plans £3m bakery extension

first_imgGlasgow-based McGhee’s Bakery is investing £3m to extend its bakery, it has been revealed. The company, which was recently named Scottish Baker of the Year, said the development at the M8 Food Park in Port Dundas would be completed by next spring and will boost its production by a third.The bakery was founded in 1935 by Dugald McGhee at its original bakehouse in Oran Street, Maryhill, Glasgow and the company is famous for its crispy rolls.Managing director Gordon McGhee told the Scottish Daily Record the improvements to its bakery would expand its consumer offering, “in particular in the export market and frozen food sectors”.last_img

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Bay Shore Boy, 4, Drowns in Pool

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 4-year-old boy drowned in a pool in the backyard of his Bay Shore home on Monday afternoon.Suffolk County police said Adrian Schrone was found unresponsive in a semi-inground pool at his home on Prospect Place at 1:15 p.m.Adults in the home attempted CPR and then took him to Southside Hospital in Bay Shore, where he was pronounced dead.Homicide Squad detectives are continuing the investigation.last_img

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RHTYSC/Kares Engineering Inc. Patron’s Tournament

first_imgGrill Master crowned champions as highly successful tournament concludesA BRILLIANT all-round performance by skipper Roy Jaferally on Sunday led his team Grill Master to championship honours in the RHTYSC/Kares Engineering Inc. Patron’s Green Economy softball tournament.Played at the Area ‘H’ ground, Grill Master of Canje crushed Prophecy Boys of Port Mourant by 131 runs to take home the first prize of $500 000, and the beautiful Green Economy Trophy donated by Kares Engineering Inc., and the Ministry of the Presidency respectively.The tournament was organised by the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club, in honour of its Patron, on his 72nd birth anniversary, His Excellency President David Granger.The Grill Master team pose with Minister Joseph Harmon and sponsors of the tournament.Prophecy Boys won the toss and surprisingly opted to field first. The powerful Grill Master batting lineup took full advantage of batting first, and blasted their way to an impressive 271-6, with Jaferally top-scoring, 65, including seven massive sixes, while Vishal Phillips 48, David Looknauth 55 and Kevin Gangaram 34 not out offered vital support.Arjune Marimootoo was the only bowler to escape with decent bowling figures – 4-32.In reply, Prophecy Boys were dismissed for 141 in 16.3 overs. Michael Romalho 38, Navindranauth Ramnauth 20 and Madhan Budhan 28, were the principal scorers.Jaferally completed a fine all-round performance with 4-27, while Keon Sinclair took 2-21.In the semifinals Grill Master easily disposed of Jai Hind of Albion by nine wickets, while Prophecy Boys defeated Hard Knock of Manchester by 79 runs.In the third place playoff, Hard Knock defeated Jai Hind by 17 runs.At the presentation ceremony RHTYSC Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster hailed the tournament as a massive success, and a perfect tribute to President David Granger on his 72nd birth anniversary.The club, he stated worked overtime to organise a tournament of the highest standard, and praised the numerous sponsors.Minister of State Joseph Harmon, who represented President Granger, congratulated the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club for honouring its Patron with a well-organised cricket tournament.The minister also spoke broadly on the impact of Climate Change, and the reasons why the government was striving to establish a Green Economy.Minister Harmon urged the club to maintain its outstanding work, and committed the government’s support to assist with programmes associated with Climate Change.Mahadeo Panchu of KSM Investment and Kishore Persaud of Kares Engineering also made brief remarks at the presentation ceremony.last_img read more

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