Ginsters is building on its Cornish Bara range with the introduction of the All Day Breakfast Bara.Tapping into consumer demand for a variety of food-to-go breakfast options, the new Bara combines fresh British pork sausage with sweetcure smoked bacon and chopped egg in a rich tomato sauce wrapped in a softly baked bread dough. It is designed to be eaten hot and is said to deliver oven-baked quality after 90 seconds in the microwave.Head of brand marketing Andy Valentine said: “We’re extremely pleased with how the Bara range has been received so far we’ve had some great feedback from shoppers. All Day Breakfast has long been a popular flavour in the Ginsters’ classic sandwich range, so we’re confident we’ll see swift uptake of this new addition.”It has an RSP of £1.99.
Facebook By Jon Zimney – February 7, 2021 2 483 Man killed in shooting late Saturday night in South Bend identified Google+ Facebook IndianaLocalNews Google+ WhatsApp (Photo supplied/The St. Joseph County Homicide Unit) A 30-year-old man was killed in a shooting in South Bend.The shooting happened just before 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 6 in the 600 block of South Walnut Street, just south of Pulaski Park.Police were called to the scene on the report of gunfire and found the victim, Charles J. Miltenberger III of South Bend lying on the ground, having suffered multiple gunshot wounds.Miltenberger was pronounced dead at the scene.There was no immediate word of any suspects, arrests or the circumstances that led to the shooting.Anybody with information is encouraged to contact the St. Joseph County MetroHomicide Unit at 574-235-5009 or Crime Stoppers at 288-STOP.The St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office released the following information:On February 6, 2021 at 11:23 p.m. South Bend Police officers responded to the600 block of S. Walnut Street in South Bend, IN regarding reports of gunfire andan individual lying on the ground. When officers arrived, they discovered a malewho had suffered gunshot wounds. Officers were unable to resuscitate the victimand he was pronounced deceased at the scene.A representative of the St. Joseph County Coroner Office was contacted and perprotocol, the St. Joseph County Metro Homicide Unit [C.M.H.U.] was activatedand is currently handling the investigation. C.M.H.U. investigators have identifiedthe victim to be: CHARLES J. MILTENBERGER, III, 30 years old, a resident ofSouth Bend, IN.This is an active and on-going death investigation. An autopsy will be conductedon Monday, February 8, 2021 in Kalamazoo, MI. Updates will be provided whenmore information is available for release.Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the St. Joseph County MetroHomicide Unit [CMHU] at 574-235-5009 or Crime Stoppers at 288-STOP. Twitter Twitter Pinterest Previous articleSouth Bend, Elkhart warming centers available for those in needNext articlePolice: Fans don’t let fans drive drunk after the Super Bowl Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. WhatsApp Pinterest
The SA80 A2 hand held assault weapon will be upgraded into the A3 model under the Mid Life Improvement (MLI) project, which will ensure the rifle has the enhancements needed to remain in service until 2025 and beyond.An initial investment of £5.4 million for the project, which will be carried out by Heckler and Koch, will help sustain around 20 highly skilled jobs at the Nottingham Small Arms Factory owned by the company.Defence Minister Guto Bebb said: The SA80 is a battle proven weapon used by the UK Armed Forces on operations all over the world. The upgrade will build upon the rifle’s state-of-the-art features enhancing accuracy and consistency. The Mid Life Improvement project will ensure that our troops have the right equipment at the right time. A more durable hardwearing coating in a “Flat Dark Earth” colour offering better camouflage in a range of environments. The A3 is 100g lighter than the A2 and has a more streamlined fore grip making the weapon easier to handle. The A3 rifle has a bracket to secure new innovative low light sights which can clip on or in front of the day sight without the need to remove it. These sights are smaller, lighter and require fewer batteries whilst operating just as effectively in low light/night conditions. Director Land Equipment at the MOD’s Defence Equipment and Support organisation, Major General Colin McClean said: The MLI project will see 5,000 weapons upgraded initially with the intent to upgrade more weapons in the future. The fielding of the first tranche began in February. This multi-million-pound upgrade will give our Army a lighter, more hardwearing, better-camouflaged combat rifle so our soldiers can perform on the frontline of some of the most dangerous locations across the world. This investment is also a boost to Nottingham’s highly-skilled gun-makers who proudly support our troops in their task to protect our country in the face of intensifying threats. The changes to the rifle include: