Chinese restaurant serving ‘yummy’ food scores poor food hygiene rating – Lincolnshire Live

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A highly regarded Chinese restaurant that serves ‘yummy’ food on the coast has been hit with a poor hygiene rating by inspectors.

Tian Tian Xian in Mablethorpe scored a one of out of five rating when hygiene experts paid the restaurant a visit on March 24.

Inspectors from East Lindsey District Council said that urgent major improvement was needed for its management of food safety.

They also were not impressed by its hygienic food handling, which was deemed to be in need of improvements.

via Chinese restaurant serving ‘yummy’ food scores poor food hygiene rating – Lincolnshire Live.

Glamping Cocoon boss speaks out over ridiculous’ £30k health and safety fine – Hull Live

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Beverley business is set to appeal a £32,000 fine after breaching health and safety rules.

Glamping Cocoon Ltd, which was liquidated earlier this year, appeared at Beverley Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, May 15.

The company and its director Nicholas Oaten were collectively fined £32,640 and ordered to pay £11,012 in court costs after being found guilty of failing to comply with health and safety legislation.

However, company bosses say they will appeal the decision, stating they had complied with the Health and Safety Executive and are adamant they made the changes before the deadline.

via Glamping Cocoon boss speaks out over ridiculous’ £30k health and safety fine – Hull Live.

Asphalt worker hit, killed while repaving busy road identified | WSB-TV

CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. – An asphalt worker was hit and killed while working on Tara Boulevard in Clayton County Tuesday morning.

Lovejoy police Chief Michael Gaddis said the asphalt company was paving Tara Boulevard between Lovejoy and McDonough when the crash happened.
— Read on www.wsbtv.com/news/local/asphalt-worker-hit-killed-while-repaving-busy-road/949077720

Man killed in tragic farm accident after tractor overturns while spreading slurry in Glenville, Co Cork named locally

A MAN killed in a horrific farm accident in Co Cork has been named locally.

Phillip Lonergan, 51, from Ballyporeen, Co Tipperary, suffered fatal injuries when the tractor he was driving overturned while he was spreading slurry in a field in Glenville at around 5pm yesterday evening.

— Read on www.thesun.ie/news/4103339/man-killed-farm-cork-named/

‘Mice droppings’ found by food hygiene inspectors at Sasa Sushi and The Old Red Lion in St John Street – Islington Gazette

Mice droppings, cockroaches and concerns over the storage and preparation of raw fish have been highlighted by health inspectors in relation to two popular St John Street eateries.

Freedom of Information (FOI) requests show why Sasa Sushi plummeted from a five star food hygiene rating to a zero following an inspection on January 30. They also reveal why the oldest pub in Islington, The Old Red Lion (ORL), was given the second lowest rating possible (1/5) following an inspection the same day.

In reference to ORL, an inspector stated: “There were numerous contraventions of the legislation – this is disappointing. […] Mice droppings were seen on the shelves in the ground floor bar area and in the basement. Your last pest control report, dated (January 16) reported a mice infestation and cockroach problem. Recommendation from this report was deep cleaning – this clearly has not been actioned.”

via ‘Mice droppings’ found by food hygiene inspectors at Sasa Sushi and The Old Red Lion in St John Street | Islington, Archway, Finsbury Park and Holloway News – Islington Gazette.