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Have we lost the connection between food producers and consumers?

Have we lost the connection between food producers and consumers?

Opinion

09 June, 2018 – 07:00

Open Farm Sunday at Shotford Hall Farm in Harleston.
Archant Norfolk Photographic © 2016

In the week of Open Farm Sunday, Norfolk farmer KIT PAPWORTH asks whether food producers have lost the battle to explain prove…

Retailers warned after reports of fake £20 notes

Retailers warned after reports of fake £20 notes

PUBLISHED: 14:21 11 May 2018
Harriet Orrell [1]

Do you recognise this person? Police are seeking information after fake £20 notes were used in south Norfolk. Photo: Norfolk Police
Archant

Retailers are being warned to be extra vigilant after a sp…

Road safety appeal over reversing cars in Harleston

Road safety appeal over reversing cars in Harleston

17:51 11 March 2016 By Anthony Carroll 1 Norman Hart, chairman of Harleston s Future, being run over by Carol Wiles to promote the road safety resolution Archant A road safety campaign in Harleston has issued its latest warning to residents and motorists by reminding them about the dangers of reversing cars. Harleston s Future and the town s police force have teamed up to help drive forward a community resolution to make streets safer for everyone. In January Harleston s Future launched a new year resolution looking at community issues, starting with road safety.

And now the latest part of the Think For Each Other Community New Year s Resolution had been unveiled as Harleston s Future has teamed-up with the police to take the spirit of the resolution through the rest of year. The new year launch was followed in February by the first general message, Pedestrians Think for Drivers Drivers think for Pedestrians . And now the resolution is highlighting the dangers of people trying to beat reversing cars by nipping across behind them, especially in car parks.

To show the dangers of walking behind reversing cars a mock accident was created with Norman Hart, chairman of Harleston s Future, being run over by Carol Wiles. Mr Hart said the mock accident was designed to emphasise just how hard it is for drivers going backwards, especially in car parks, if pedestrians and other drivers nip behind them at the last minute. He said: In tight spaces, it s very important to be patient and give drivers room to complete their manoeuvre.

PC Jim Squires, beat manager for Harleston police, has given his seal of approval to the campaign. He said: When a vehicle is reversing people should wait as the driver has a lot to look out for. Thinking about the other person s position goes a long way to make our streets safer and a more friendly and pleasant experience.

Harleston s Future is a community group concerned with the social, economic and environmental well-being of the town and its community.

It launched its original resolution message to coincide with the New Year s Eve celebrations in Sydney.

References ^ By Anthony Carroll (www.dissmercury.co.uk)

Investec Women's Hockey League and Vase results, March 6 2016 …

Investec Women's Hockey League and Vase results, March 6 2016 …

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Sandy Springs' purchase of Hammond Drive lots raises concerns …

Sandy Springs' purchase of Hammond Drive lots raises concerns …

The Sandy Springs City Council on March 1 approved spending almost $840,000 to buy two more Hammond Drive properties as placeholders for a long-planned street widening. A Google Earth image of the house at 521 Hammond Drive from the city of Sandy Springs documents about the purchase. The burst of land purchases for a road project that is years away, if it happens at all, is making local residents extremely concerned, said Councilman Graham McDonald.

He and Councilman Tibby DeJulio were slated to meet with residents March 2. Councilman Andy Bauman suggested maintaining a house involved in the latest deal as affordable rental housing for Sandy Springs police officers or firefighters. McDonald said the city promised to tear down any such homes, but Trisha Thompson, president of the Sandy Springs Council of Neighborhoods, spoke in support of Bauman s idea.

In February, the city authorized spending $375,000 to buy a residential lot at 590 Hammond. City Manager John McDonough called it a protective buy to secure right of way as infill housing makes property costs skyrocket. McDonough said at the time that the city might make more such purchases.

Now the city will acquire residential properties at 372 Hammond and 521 Hammond following a unanimous March 1 council vote. The roughly half-acre lot at 372 Hammond, at the intersection with Harleston Road, is the midst of a tear-down redevelopment for what city officials say is a $979,000 house. The city negotiated to buy the property for a half-million dollars.

The site will be cleaned up and maintained as a grassy lot, council members said. The 521 Hammond house is on the market, listed at $350,000, city official said, adding that it can be acquired for $338,000. Bauman suggested renting that house in the meantime to police officers or firefighters.

The council previously discussed the general issue of such public safety officials being unable to afford living in the city they served. The council s vote was only about purchasing the properties, not their future uses. We don t want to make this a dormitory, Bauman said, but added, Is there a way we can find a police family?

We got a house in good shape I m not ready to authorize tearing it down. McDonald replied that the city previously made assurances to the surrounding neighborhood that we would be tearing any purchased houses down. But Thompson said she believes the community is concerned about lower-quality rental houses.

I do think Mr.

Bauman should have had more support for his public safety housing idea, she said.

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Sandy Springs seeks to buy 2 more Hammond Drive lots for road …

Sandy Springs seeks to buy 2 more Hammond Drive lots for road …

The Sandy Springs City Council on March 1 will consider spending almost $840,000 to buy two more Hammond Drive properties as placeholders for a long-planned street widening. A Google Earth image of the house at 521 Hammond Drive from the city of Sandy Springs documents proposing to buy it for $338,000. Earlier this month, the city authorized spending $375,000 to buy a residential lot 1 at 590 Hammond.

City Manager John McDonough called it a protective buy to secure right of way as infill housing makes property costs skyrocket. McDonough said at the time that the city might make more such purchases. Now the city is eyeing residential properties at 372 Hammond and 521 Hammond, according to the City Council s meeting agenda 2 .

The roughly half-acre lot at 372 Hammond, at the intersection with Harleston Road, is the midst of a tear-down redevelopment for what the city says is a $979,000 house. The city s report says it can buy the property for a half-million dollars. The 521 Hammond house is on the market, listed at $350,000, the city reports, adding that it can be acquired for $338,000.

Facebook Comments: comments References ^ buy a residential lot (www.reporternewspapers.net) ^ meeting agenda (sandyspringsga.gov)

Penis Power Dominates Billboard Music Heavy List — Australia's …

Penis Power Dominates Billboard Music Heavy List — Australia's …

Having a dick is as important as being in the male dominated music business. Only 11 of the Top 100 power brokers in the music industry are women, according to Billboard. For the second consecutive year Billboard has named Lucian Grainge, Chairman and CEO of Universal Music Group, the top dick, leading the brand s annual Power 100 list of music s most powerful executives.

There were no women in the Top 10 yet newbie music exec Trent Reznor, who has only worked for Apple since April 2015 came in at equal number 3. This year s Power 100 details how Grainge s Universal Music Group dominates the market, with UMG artists sweeping the 58th GRAMMY Awards category for Album of the Year, and the label accounting for seven of the top 10 best-selling albums of 2015. Billboard announced its highly anticipated Power 100 rankings tonight in Beverly Hills, at an event that recognized 39 first-time honorees representing heavyweights from record companies, music publishers, managers, talent agencies, and digital consumer brands.

The influential Power 100 has long been considered the definitive list by which industry executives view their annual achievements, evolving legacies, and their standing in the ever-shifting music business. Its selection determines who s ruling the business of management, publishing, and representation. Among those influencers recognized: 31 labels, 16 management companies, and seven publishers.

Lucian on the most basic level consistently lives and breathes his mantra: break new artists, said Janice Min, co-president and chief creative officer of The Hollywood Reporter-Billboard Media Group. But more than that, he is as forward-thinking as any executive out there, looking not to preserve broken business models but lead the transformation of a once old-fashioned record business into a huge cutting-edge entertainment business, with the rights of artists and the value of content made a priority. Billboard Power 100 top ten: 1.

Lucian Grainge, Chairman/CEO, Universal Music Group 2. Michael Rapino, President/CEO, Live Nation 3. Eddy Cue, Senior VP, Internet & Software Services, Apple; Jimmy Iovine, Executive, Apple; Robert Kondrk, VP, Media Apps & Content, Apple; Trent Reznor, Executive, Apple 4.

Doug Morris, CEO, Sony Music Entertainment 5. Martin Bandier, Chairman/CEO, Sony/ATV Music Publishing 6. Irving Azoff, Chairman/CEO, Azoff/Madison Square Garden Entertainment 7.

Coran Capshaw, Founder, Red Light Management 8. Len Blavatnik, Vice Chairman/Owner, Warner Music Group 9. Rob Light, Partner/Managing Director/Head of Music, Creative Artists Agency 10.

Daniel Ek, Co-Founder/CEO, Spotify No.

11 Bob Pittman No.

12 Michele Anthony & Boyd Muir No.

13 Stephen Cooper No.

14 Rob Stringer No.

15 Avery & Monte Lipman No.

16 Marc Geiger No.

17 Steve Barnett No.

18 Jody Gerson No.

19 Jay Marciano No.

20 Craig Kallman & Julie Greenwald No.

21 Guy Oseary No.

22 Scott Borchetta No.

23 Tom Corson & Peter Edge No.

24 Michael Mahan & Allen Shapiro No.

25 John Janick No.

26 Arthur Fogel No.

27 Jennifer Breithaupt No.

28 Tom Poleman & John Sykes No.

29 Mike Dungan No.

30 Scooter Braun No.

31 Jon Platt No.

32 Marty Diamond, Chip Hooper, Paul Morris & Tom Windish No.

33 Joel Katz No.

34 Brian McAndrews & Tim Westergren No.

35 Cameron Strang No.

36 Hartwig Masuch No.

37 Robert Kyncl No.

38 Brian O Connell, Mark Campana, Brad Wavra, David Zedeck, Bob Roux No.

39 Jonathan Dickins No.

40 Paul Tollett No.

41 John Branca No.

42 Andre J. Fernandez No.

43 Jared Smith & Russell Wallach No.

44 Julie Swidler, Dennis Kooker & Kevin Kelleher No.

45 Scott Greenstein No.

46 Adam Harter No.

47 Oliver El-Khatib No.

48 Steve Bartels No.

49 Richard Griffiths & Harry Magee No.

50 Allen Grubman & Kenny Meiselas No.

51 Dennis Arfa No.

52 Jay Brown No.

53 Pasquale Rotella No.

54 Antonio L.A. Reid & Sylvia Rhone No.

55 Neil Portnow No.

56 David Massey No.

57 Rich Riley No.

58 Jonathan Hull No.

59 Rich Lehrfeld No.

60 Jeffrey Harleston & Michael Nash No.

61 Louis Messina No.

62 Brandon Creed No.

63 John Esposito No.

64 Ryan Beach No.

65 Martin Mills No.

66 Raja Rajamannar No.

67 Randy Goodman No.

68 Rob Prinz, Mark Siegel & Steve Levine No.

69 Willard Ahdritz No.

70 Robert Greenblatt & Lorne Michaels No.

71 Peter Mensch & Cliff Burnstein No.

72 Monica Escobedo & Brittany Schreiber No.

73 Phil Kent No.

74 Charlie Walk No.

75 Afo Verde No.

76 Michael O Neill, Elizabeth Matthews & John Josephson No.

77 Cortez Bryant, Gee Roberson & Shawn Gee No.

78 Bradford Cobb No.

79 Alexander Ljung No.

80 Scott Pascucci & Steve Smith No.

81 Lyor Cohen, Todd Moscowitz & Kevin Liles No.

82 Jason Owen No.

83 Steve Boom No.

84 Stephen Hill & Debra Lee No.

85 Jesus Lopez No.

86 Neil Warnock, Jeremy Zimmer & Natalia Nastaskin No.

87 Daniel Glass No.

88 Ken Ehrlich & Jack Sussman No.

89 Sarah Moll No.

90 Joel Klaiman No.

91 Danny Strick & Rick Krim No.

92 Peter Shapiro No.

93 Clint Higham No.

94 Raul Alarcon Jr. No.

95 Phil McIntyre No.

96 Jordan Feldstein No.

97 Steve Berman No.

98 Michelle Jubelirer No.

99 Sarah Trahern No.

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Penis Power Dominates Billboard Music Heavy List

Penis Power Dominates Billboard Music Heavy List

Having a dick is as important as being in the male dominated music business. Only 11 of the Top 100 power brokers in the music industry are women, according to Billboard. For the second consecutive year Billboard has named Lucian Grainge, Chairman and CEO of Universal Music Group, the top dick, leading the brand s annual Power 100 list of music s most powerful executives.

There were no women in the Top 10 yet newbie music exec Trent Reznor, who has only worked for Apple since April 2016 came in at equal number 3. This year s Power 100 details how Grainge s Universal Music Group dominates the market, with UMG artists sweeping the 58th GRAMMY Awards category for Album of the Year, and the label accounting for seven of the top 10 best-selling albums of 2015. Billboard announced its highly anticipated Power 100 rankings tonight in Beverly Hills, at an event that recognized 39 first-time honorees representing heavyweights from record companies, music publishers, managers, talent agencies, and digital consumer brands.

The influential Power 100 has long been considered the definitive list by which industry executives view their annual achievements, evolving legacies, and their standing in the ever-shifting music business. Its selection determines who s ruling the business of management, publishing, and representation. Among those influencers recognized: 31 labels, 16 management companies, and seven publishers.

Lucian on the most basic level consistently lives and breathes his mantra: break new artists, said Janice Min, co-president and chief creative officer of The Hollywood Reporter-Billboard Media Group. But more than that, he is as forward-thinking as any executive out there, looking not to preserve broken business models but lead the transformation of a once old-fashioned record business into a huge cutting-edge entertainment business, with the rights of artists and the value of content made a priority. Billboard Power 100 top ten: 1.

Lucian Grainge, Chairman/CEO, Universal Music Group 2. Michael Rapino, President/CEO, Live Nation 3. Eddy Cue, Senior VP, Internet & Software Services, Apple; Jimmy Iovine, Executive, Apple; Robert Kondrk, VP, Media Apps & Content, Apple; Trent Reznor, Executive, Apple 4.

Doug Morris, CEO, Sony Music Entertainment 5. Martin Bandier, Chairman/CEO, Sony/ATV Music Publishing 6. Irving Azoff, Chairman/CEO, Azoff/Madison Square Garden Entertainment 7.

Coran Capshaw, Founder, Red Light Management 8. Len Blavatnik, Vice Chairman/Owner, Warner Music Group 9. Rob Light, Partner/Managing Director/Head of Music, Creative Artists Agency 10.

Daniel Ek, Co-Founder/CEO, Spotify No.

11 Bob Pittman No.

12 Michele Anthony & Boyd Muir No.

13 Stephen Cooper No.

14 Rob Stringer No.

15 Avery & Monte Lipman No.

16 Marc Geiger No.

17 Steve Barnett No.

18 Jody Gerson No.

19 Jay Marciano No.

20 Craig Kallman & Julie Greenwald No.

21 Guy Oseary No.

22 Scott Borchetta No.

23 Tom Corson & Peter Edge No.

24 Michael Mahan & Allen Shapiro No.

25 John Janick No.

26 Arthur Fogel No.

27 Jennifer Breithaupt No.

28 Tom Poleman & John Sykes No.

29 Mike Dungan No.

30 Scooter Braun No.

31 Jon Platt No.

32 Marty Diamond, Chip Hooper, Paul Morris & Tom Windish No.

33 Joel Katz No.

34 Brian McAndrews & Tim Westergren No.

35 Cameron Strang No.

36 Hartwig Masuch No.

37 Robert Kyncl No.

38 Brian O Connell, Mark Campana, Brad Wavra, David Zedeck, Bob Roux No.

39 Jonathan Dickins No.

40 Paul Tollett No.

41 John Branca No.

42 Andre J. Fernandez No.

43 Jared Smith & Russell Wallach No.

44 Julie Swidler, Dennis Kooker & Kevin Kelleher No.

45 Scott Greenstein No.

46 Adam Harter No.

47 Oliver El-Khatib No.

48 Steve Bartels No.

49 Richard Griffiths & Harry Magee No.

50 Allen Grubman & Kenny Meiselas No.

51 Dennis Arfa No.

52 Jay Brown No.

53 Pasquale Rotella No.

54 Antonio L.A. Reid & Sylvia Rhone No.

55 Neil Portnow No.

56 David Massey No.

57 Rich Riley No.

58 Jonathan Hull No.

59 Rich Lehrfeld No.

60 Jeffrey Harleston & Michael Nash No.

61 Louis Messina No.

62 Brandon Creed No.

63 John Esposito No.

64 Ryan Beach No.

65 Martin Mills No.

66 Raja Rajamannar No.

67 Randy Goodman No.

68 Rob Prinz, Mark Siegel & Steve Levine No.

69 Willard Ahdritz No.

70 Robert Greenblatt & Lorne Michaels No.

71 Peter Mensch & Cliff Burnstein No.

72 Monica Escobedo & Brittany Schreiber No.

73 Phil Kent No.

74 Charlie Walk No.

75 Afo Verde No.

76 Michael O Neill, Elizabeth Matthews & John Josephson No.

77 Cortez Bryant, Gee Roberson & Shawn Gee No.

78 Bradford Cobb No.

79 Alexander Ljung No.

80 Scott Pascucci & Steve Smith No.

81 Lyor Cohen, Todd Moscowitz & Kevin Liles No.

82 Jason Owen No.

83 Steve Boom No.

84 Stephen Hill & Debra Lee No.

85 Jesus Lopez No.

86 Neil Warnock, Jeremy Zimmer & Natalia Nastaskin No.

87 Daniel Glass No.

88 Ken Ehrlich & Jack Sussman No.

89 Sarah Moll No.

90 Joel Klaiman No.

91 Danny Strick & Rick Krim No.

92 Peter Shapiro No.

93 Clint Higham No.

94 Raul Alarcon Jr. No.

95 Phil McIntyre No.

96 Jordan Feldstein No.

97 Steve Berman No.

98 Michelle Jubelirer No.

99 Sarah Trahern No.

100 David Israelite Never miss a story! Get your free Noise11.com daily music news email alert.

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