T.W. Enterprises of Ferndale, Wash., is recalling six different dog and cat treats in the wake of cases of Salmonella serotype Thompson infections identified in Canada and the United States, according to a press release on the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Web site. T.W. Enterprises made the treats and distributed them in the United States under the name Aron Pet Food. Aron Pet Food of Abbotsford, British Columbia, distributed products in Canada that were made with raw materials from T.W. Enterprises, the announcement said. “Follow-up analysis indicated that the illnesses were linked to these pet treats,” according to the release, posted by T.W. Enterprises. See also: The company urged people to wash their hands thoroughly after handling any pet treat to help prevent infection. People who have any of the following products were advised not to feed the treats to their pets but to dispose of them securely: Healthy K9 Beef Heart 100% Natural Dog Treats, Healthy K9 Beef Jerkey 100% Natural Dog Treats, Shrimp Snackers 100% Shrimp Treats for Dogs, Salmon Snackers 100% Salmon Treats for Cats, Salmon Snackers 100% Salmon Treats for Dogs, and Shrimp Snackers 100% Shrimp Treats for Cats. The company, the FDA and Canadian authorities are investigating to find the source of the problem, the news release said. Jun 13, 2005 (CIDRAP News) A company is recalling its dog and cat treats because they contain bacteria linked to the illnesses of five people. Salmonella infections can cause watery diarrhea, abdominal cramps, nausea and vomiting, and an illness of several days’ duration. Company news release http://www.fda.gov/oc/po/firmrecalls/tw06_05.html
Metricon Home’s Metro 31 display home at Helensvale’s The Surrounds.Metricon Queensland general manager Peter Ryan said it was an honour to receive the award.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa15 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago“To receive this recognition for our workmanship, design and innovation is a thrill and a credit to our Queensland team,” he said.“Entering the Master Builders Housing and Construction Awards has allowed us to showcase what we do and how proud we are of our team.” Renders of Sunland’s Magnoli Residences.“The commercial projects completed in our region over the past year will have a positive impact on the local community now and into the future.“The quality of the winning homes is second to none and epitomise what coastal living is all about.”The full list of winners can be found here https://www.mbqld.com.au/whats-on/housing-and-construction-awards/winners/gold-coast Metricon Homes has won a Master Builders Queensland award for its Metro 31 display home at Helensvale’s The Surrounds.THE Gold Coast’s best houses, developments and builders will represent the glitz and glamour of the Glitter Strip at the Master Builders Queensland state awards next month.There were 50 award recipients at the Gold Coast ceremony last month, which was one of nine to be held across the state.They will now compete in the State Housing and Construction Awards to be held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre on October 12.Among the winners was Metricon Homes, which claimed one of the five ‘Best Display Homes’ categories for its Metro 31 design on display at The Surrounds in Helensvale. The Tilbury residential community, Coomera by Bos Property Group.Bos Property Group was also recognised for The Tilbury Residences at Upper Coomera while Sunland Group was honoured for Magnoli Residences at Palm Beach.Master Builders’ Gold Coast regional manager John Duncalfe said the standard of projects entered in the awards was “extremely impressive”.“It’s been a massive few years for the Gold Coast, with preparation for the Commonwealth Games taking centre stage,” he said.
THE 2017 Inter-Guiana Games (IGG), will be hosted in Paramaribo, Suriname. This is according to a Protocol signed between the Directors of Sport for Suriname (Luciano Memgmikrom) and Guyana (Christopher Jones) yesterday.Jones, along with Lavern Fraser-Thomas and James Bond, Commissioners of the National Sports Commission (NSC) were Guyana’s representatives in the Dutch-speaking country to discuss and put in place the protocol for the games which was the brainchild of former President Forbes Burnham, to help foster closer relations with Suriname through sports among student athletes.While the NSC is yet to make an official announcement, the signed protocol seen by Chronicle Sport states that this year the two countries will compete in the disciplines of track and field, football, volleyball, basketball, swimming and cycling.With the exception of basketball which will have only female participation, the other disciplines will feature both male and female athletes, born 1999.The aim of the Games, according to the protocol, is to create an opportunity for students to compete in different sport disciplines, focusing on better results and fostering better understanding of each other’s culture.
Wellington Police notes: Tuesday, August 30, 2016â€¢8:02 a.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 600 block Morningside Drive, Wellington.â€¢4 p.m. Officers investigated harassment by telecom device in the area of Sunset, Wellington by known suspect.â€¢4:41 p.m. Officers took a report of found key in the 200 block N. C, Wellington.â€¢6:44 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 300 block E. 12th,Â Wellington.