A Stokes Croft restaurant has become the latest in a wave of Bristol closures. Over the last couple months we have waved goodbye to Michelin recommended Romy’s Kitchen, Spudulike and now Jamaica Street Stores. The restaurant’s food reflected its team’s personal experiences of working and travelling across the world. Their core values were animal welfare, as well as sustainable farming practices and this was at the heart of every meal they created. Since opening in 2017, the team has continued to expand its extensive menu and the restaurant has a 4 star rating on TripAdvisor. The team featured Charlie James, former head chef at River Cottage Cafe, Lee Peacock, company director for CUPP Bubble Tea, Billy Trigg, previously head chef for The Ethicurean, Mitch Church who was previously the director at Bagel Boy, as well as Alfie Allen who was the creative director at the renowned Crack magazine. A sign on the restaurant reads: "We're sorry that Jamaica … [Read more...] about Highly rated Stokes Croft restaurant closes suddenly
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I am not accustomed to attending embassy celebrations on the national days of different countries. There are more than 100 embassies in Cairo, as well as many international and regional organizations, and attending such events is not commensurate with many of the burdens. However, I was keen on attending the celebration of the Embassy of Latvia in Cairo with the centennial anniversary of the state. Latvia was one of the countries that came into existence in after World War I, on November 18, 1918. This was almost four years before the birth of the Egyptian state, which was based on the British declaration of February 28, 1922, following the Egyptian revolution of 1919, the centennial anniversary of which will be celebrated next year. In reality, the similarity between Latvia and Egypt stops at this point. Egypt is located on the Mediterranean and Red seas, where the water is warm all year. Latvia is located on the Baltic Sea, where water is cold most of the year. Latvia has only 2 … [Read more...] about How does Egypt reach an 8% growth rate?
New regulations mean that more businesses involving animals will now need licences, leading to more inspections and higher fees. On October 1, the new animal welfare licensing regulations, which unify and update a number of current rules, came into force.The effect is to put in place a new licensing regime to control the following activities – selling animals as pets; providing or arranging for the provision of boarding for cats or dogs; hiring out horses; breeding dogs; and keeping or training animals for exhibition.The changes also extend the scope of who is required to be licensed, so people who operated previously without a licence or under an exemption may now need to be licensed.A risk-based system will be used when issuing licences so holders will be given a star rating to indicate their standards.Those who obtain a high rating will be inspected less frequently – licences will be for one, two or three years – as they will be seen as lower risk and so obtaining … [Read more...] about More Northumberland animal businesses now require licences
Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly stressed on Sunday the necessity of curbing the country’s high rates of population growth, clarifying that if current fertility rates continue no one will be able to enjoy the fruits of Egypt’s development efforts. The prime minister’s statements came during a meeting with the Executive Director of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Natalia Kanem. Their meeting reviewed the UNFPA’s activities in Egypt and ways of cooperation with Egypt’s national population strategy. Madbouly expressed the appreciation of the Egyptian government for the cooperation with UNFPA in terms of family planning and the empowerment of youth and women. During the meeting, Minister of Social Solidarity Ghada Wali presented the national campaign for family planning, stating that the campaign aims to raise awareness levels and is based on providing incentives to families in the governorates with the highest birth rates. Cabinet … [Read more...] about We cannot benefit from development if Egypt’s current birth rate continues: PM