Paterson Arran has launched a new snack product, Paterson’s Cookie Buttons. The 24g cookies are designed for inclusion in lunchboxes or eating on the go.Cookie Buttons will be available in three varieties: choc chip shortbread (2.7% saturated fat), double choc fruit (3.3%) and fruit and oat (1.6%).”The palm-oil issue remains high on our agenda and we can now add Cookie Buttons to the growing list of our palm oil-free products,” said Debbie Ballach, marketing manager for the firm.The Cookie Buttons come in strips of three packs and each case contains 18 strips. RRP per strip is 49p-55p.
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Schmidt said the focus should be on maintaining the unity of the undergraduates. Schmidt brought up other ongoing discussions with the athletic department concerning the away football game ticket lottery. He said the current process is one student government is looking at improving. “I would like to see a lottery that is simple,” Doyle said. “We want to explore options that make the whole thing as fair and as effective as possible.” “We believe that the undergraduate students are the most passionate ones at the games,” Doyle said. “However, there is no standard to go off of. It varies from school to school.” “SUB takes a risk every time they do this,” Schmidt said. “If they buy all 300 tickets and only sell 200, they are obviously taking a huge hit financially.” “There are some concerns involving confidentiality issues, but we think that a student representative should have a part in this process,” he said. Schmidt said under NCAA regulations, the Notre Dame student body is allocated a maximum of 300 tickets to each away football game. Student Union Board (SUB) is responsible for judging how many of those tickets they should purchase in order to sell to the students. Schmidt asked COR members for suggestions to see what could be done to make the lottery an easier process so Notre Dame students feel more inclined to buy tickets to away football games. Under the current policy, University graduate students are seated between the sophomore and junior classes at games. Both Doyle and student body president Grant Schmidt said concerns have been expressed about this seating arrangement. Schmidt said student government would continue to work with the athletic department about potentially changing the seating arrangements at home football games. The Council of Representatives (COR) discussed proposed changes to the Notre Dame football student seating and ticket procedures while also reviewing a proposed Student Senate resolution requesting student involvement in the Commencement speaker selection process at its meeting Tuesday. Schmidt brought to COR’s attention a proposed resolution currently under review in Student Senate. The resolution asks the University to include a student body representative in the selection process of the commencement speaker. The current process asks for no student input. Schmidt said the resolution would ask the selection committee to include a student body representative for input on the potential speakers. He said the representative would most likely be either the student body president or the senior class president. The majority of COR members agreed allowing students to participate in the ticket lottery earlier would not only increase ticket sales, but also make the entire process easier. “The first priority should be that all the undergraduate students are together,” he said. “We’ve suggested allowing the lotteries to occur earlier,” Doyle said. “That makes it easier for students to get their travel plans together.” Junior Kevin Doyle, the student government representative to the athletic department, said he has worked with the department on an issue concerning graduate student seating at home football games.
Notre Dame announced in an email that 21-year-old senior Annrose Jerry’s body was recovered from St. Mary’s Lake on Friday around noon. There is no sign of foul play.The body is scheduled for an autopsy Saturday morning at the Northeast Indiana Forensic Center, Sam Walsh of the St. Joseph County Coroner’s Office confirmed. via Google Maps Jerry, who was living in Breen-Phillips Hall, was reported missing after last being seen Tuesday at 8:45 p.m. near the Coleman-Morse Center. The Indiana State Police issued a Silver Alert on Thursday and said Jerry was “believed to be in extreme danger and may require medical assistance.” The Silver Alert was canceled at about 2:45 p.m. on Friday.According to an email obtained by The Observer, on the days she was reported missing, Jerry had missed an appointment at the University Counseling Center, failed to show up to class and missed Folk Choir practice for the first time this semester.Jerry was a member of the Folk Choir and Glynn Family Honors program, among other activities.On Thursday night, director of Campus Ministry Fr. Pete McCormick led a prayer service in Breen-Phillips to pray for Jerry’s safe return.Authorities arrived at a part of the lake directly across from Lyons Hall on Friday morning. At approximately 11:45 a.m., police told all unauthorized personnel to “clear the area” and boat crews were seen entering the lake. “It is with heavy hearts that we write to share with you that Annrose Jerry, a senior science-business major who lived in Breen-Phillips Hall, has died,” said the email announcement, which was signed by University President Fr. John Jenkins, dean of the College of Science Mary Galvin and vice president for student affairs Erin Hoffmann Harding.A Mass was held on Friday at 9 p.m. in the Breen-Phillips Hall Chapel.“My heart is so heavy, and I share in sorrow with you,” wrote Angela Hollar, the rector of Breen-Phillips Hall, in an email to the dorm community.The University Counseling Center (574-631-7336) and Campus Ministry (574-631-7800) are both available to support community members during this time.Tags: Annrose Jerry, body found, St. Mary’s Lake
There were four African teams in the beginning but only two are left to redeem the continent’s image af the ongoing FIFA U-17 World Cup in Chile.Guinea and South Africa have crashed out after their inability to scale groups B and E respectively. But the two who have made the round of 16 begin the quest to progress later on Wednesday.The Golden Eaglets of Nigeria will lock horns with Australia for a place in the quarter-finals at 11pm Ghana time in Vina Del Mar.Ordinarily this would be an easy fixture for the Nigerians, who have won all five of their previous fixtures against the Australians, scoring 12 goals and conceding just two.However, after losing their last game against Croatia, Nigeria coach Emmanuel Amuneke will not be taking chances tonight. The former Super Eagles winger has warned that they will leave no stone unturned against the Joeys.He will be hoping that top striker Victor Osimhen continues his fine scoring form though. The youngster has netted in every game so far and is the tournament’s top scorer with four goals. Osimhen is bidding to become the third Nigerian to be named top goalscorer in the tournament’s history after Macauley Chrisantus in 2007 and Wilson Oruma back in 1993.RESULTS SO FARNigeria 2-0 USA, Nigeria 5-1 Chile, Nigeria 1-2 CroatiaAustralia 1-4 Germany, Australia 0-0 Mexico, Australia 1-0 Argentina. Later on Thursday, African cnhampions Mali play North Korea.*Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports