Health inspectors found rotting rat corpse inside ‘popular’ patisserie and raw sewage leaking into yard | Mail Online

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Health inspectors found rotting rat corpse inside ‘popular’ patisserie and raw sewage leaking into yard | Mail Online: Health inspectors found raw sewage leaking into the yard of a rat-infested patisserie, a court heard.Bonne Bouche, a ‘popular lunchtime destination’, in Victoria, central London. was raided by Westminster City Council after complaints last year.Rats were nesting in the kitchen, droppings were sprinkled over ready-to-eat food and the body of a decaying rat was found in the ceiling.

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£3k fine for dirty kitchen at takeaway in Norton – Local News – News – Gazette Live

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�3k fine for dirty kitchen at takeaway in Norton – Local News – News – Gazette Live: A NORTON takeaway owner has been ordered to pay nearly �3,000 because of his filthy, mouse dropping-ridden kitchen.
Hai Jun Cao, 31, the owner of the Golden Wok on Holly Street appeared at Teesside Magistrates Court yesterday.

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Judges reject former Perthshire hotelier’s bid for payout over Bunrannoch Hotel fire

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The Courier – Judges reject former Perthshire hotelier’s bid for payout over Bunrannoch Hotel fire: Kathleen Torremar claimed the fire that ripped through the Bunrannoch Hotel in Kinloch Rannoch was an accident but an investigation pointed to the fire having been deliberately started.

The Highland Perthshire hotel was formerly owned by Mrs Torremar and her late husband, Christen, who died in 1996.

It was in May 2000 that the fire broke out in the hotel, which was extensively damaged as a result.

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No police prosecution over death of human cannonball at Showground – HSE now investigating

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No police prosecution over death of human cannonball Matt Cranch at Kent County Showground: No criminal charges will be brought after the death of a daredevil human cannonball, it has emerged.
Kent Police today confirmed there will not be a police prosecution over the tragedy at the Kent County Showground.
Stuntman Matt Cranch, 23, plunged to the ground after being fired 40ft from a cannon at the Detling venue in April 2011.
Mr Cranch, who performed the stunt for Scott May’s Daredevil Stunt Show, suffered multiple injuries when a safety net collapsed.

Maidstone Borough Council, which launched an investigation at the time alongside the police and Health and Safety Executive, will now consider if there is a case under health and safety laws.

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Young woman stuck in garbage tube trying to recover bag of cosmetics – English pravda.ru

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Young woman stuck in garbage tube trying to recover bag of cosmetics – English pravda.ru: A young woman, a resident of Magnitogorsk, mistakenly threw a bag with expensive cosmetic products of a luxury brand into the hole of the garbage disposal unit. Having realized her mistake, the woman decided to recover her cosmetics.

The loss was so significant for the woman that she started to explore the possibilities of recovering the bag wearing only a T-shirt. On the second storey of the apartment building, she found a large hole in the garbage tube. Without having second thoughts, the courageous woman climbed into the hole.

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Costa Pacifica Cruise Ship Fixed After Accident In France

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Costa Pacifica Cruise Ship Fixed After Accident In France: PARIS — A Costa Crociere cruise liner has continued on its Mediterranean voyage after a collision in the port of Marseille caused a one-day delay.

The Costa Pacifica, a 290-meter passenger liner built in 2009, suffered minor damage when it collided with a berthing structure called a “dolphin” early Tuesday.

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Takeaway closed down after selling rancid food (From This Is Lancashire)

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Takeaway closed down after selling rancid food (From This Is Lancashire): TAKEAWAY has been closed by a judge after inspectors found mouldy onion bhajis and meat with an offensive odour which was deemed “unfit for human consumption”.

The Nile, in Bradshawgate, Bolton town centre, had failed to comply with hygiene standards for years.

Environmental health staff repeatedly visited the takeaway, giving advice and issuing improvement notices.

Complaints included an unclean floor, damaged shelves in a fridge and a freezer that did not shut properly.

Partners in the business Abid Patel, aged 28, Sajid Patel, aged 20, and Tahir Patel, aged 30, all of Belmont Road, had earlier admitted a series of hygiene failures.

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Santa banned from working at height – Elf and safety (From Your Local Guardian)

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Elf and safety (From Your Local Guardian): One of Sutton’s best loved Christmas traditions has fallen foul of health and safety concerns.

For decades a fundraising float has toured Cheam and Worcester Park with a volunteer dressed as Father Christmas on top of it.

It has been a highlight of the festive calendar, raising more than £130,000 for local charities since it first started in 1966.

But following a health and safety assessment it has been ruled too dangerous for Santa to sit on top of the 10ft float,

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Men die 10 minutes after securing jobs – Gauteng | IOL News | IOL.co.za

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Men die 10 minutes after securing jobs – Gauteng | IOL News | IOL.co.za: Johannesburg – It was the first time since working as a tiler that Sergio Cossa is glad he didn’t get picked up by someone offering him a job.
Every day he hangs around CTM, the tile and sanitaryware retailer at Southgate, hoping that a home or construction owner would pick him.
On Wednesday, he didn’t get picked up, but four of his friends were, and in less than 10 minutes, two of them were lying dead on the M27 South after an accident.

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Cleightonhills v Bembridge Marine Ltd – "extent of the duty to warn"

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Cleightonhills v Bembridge Marine Ltd [2012] EWHC 3449 (TCC) – 5th December 2012: The Claimant in this case was a young man employed by the Defendant. The Defendant repaired, maintained and fitted out boats. The Defendant had had commissioned and had built a new workshop and warehouse, which had been completed some sixteen months before the Claimant’s accident. One feature of this new workshop was a walkway floored with a metal grille some 10 – 12 feet above the ground.

This judgment concerned the liability of three of the six parties brought in by the Defendant. Mr Justice Akenhead rehearsed the principles relating to the extent of the duty of care owed by contractors to a third party (at para 41). He concluded (at para 69) that these three Defendants had discharged their duty of care. The court considered the principles in Clay v AJ Crump & Sons and others [1963] 1 QB 533 (at paras 72 – 74) and the extent of the duty to warn (paras 76 – 79).

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