We're no nutritional experts, but if we were, we'd say that halloumi deserves a spot in our guideline daily allowance of cheese. And following on from the incredible popularity of their halloumi fries last year, Aldi have reintroduced them to stores. They're back for a limited time, the Mirror reports . "Specially Selected Halloumi Fries, £2.29 (190g) available to buy in-store from 8 April. We repeat this is NOT a drill," Aldi said. Aldi was the first supermarket to launch the item, and now they're back in store - although costing 30p a pack more than last time. The last time they went on sale, Aldi's halloumi fries were constantly selling out in stores all over the nation. So popular were they, the budget German supermarket was forced to officially limit the number of packs it would sell to one person following a mass surge in sales after their release last summer. Aldi's offering is inspired by a similar product on sale at Nando’s. Read More You might … [Read more...] about Aldi’s halloumi fries are back for a limited time and this time we’re ready
Teachers have walked out in the first of six planned strike days in a row over management at their school. Members of the NASUWT at Ysgol Uwchradd Aberteifi, Cardigan, say they are working in a “climate of fear and intimidation”. The walk-out follows a series of strikes by NASUWT members in schools in Wales last year over redundancies. Neil Butler, NASUWT National Official Wales, said union members at the school, past and present, contacted the NASUWT last October with information on what he described as unacceptable management practices, including “punitive and excessive monitoring and unreasonable workload”. “The NASUWT ballot for industrial action shows that the overwhelming majority of NASUWT members believe that there is a climate of fear and intimidation in the school and are willing to make a stand to secure change,” he said. “The NASUWT is committed to protecting its members wherever they teach from unacceptable management practices and … [Read more...] about Teachers start six-day strike in row over ‘intimidating’ management
With a little help from Baytree Garden Centre, 2019 is the year in which - with a little help from Baytree Garden Centre - we will help you create the garden of your dreams.It’s going to take a bit of work and some planning but with a little dedication and effort by the summer you’ll have the beginnings of a garden to be proud of.It looks very likely that the weather is going to turn decidedly colder in the next few weeks, which will mean that certain plants will need protecting in order for them to survive the winter months.Start by moving any planted containers to a sheltered south-facing wall. Use a specially- designed pot trolley to move your containers around your garden. If the container is too heavy to move, then my advice would be to insulate the plants where they stand.Insulating tender plants need not be a daunting as you think. At Baytree, we carry fleece in lengths to suit. Try to tackle wrapping your plants on a calm day; there is nothing more frustrating than … [Read more...] about OUT IN THE GARDEN: Getting ready for a blooming 2019!
New Blackpool signing Elias Sorensen says he is ready for the challenge of proving himself in League One after experiencing a whirlwind week. READ MORE: Terry McPhillips delighted to bring in-demand Newcastle striker to Blackpool The 19-year-old was confirmed as a Blackpool player yesterday on a loan deal until the end of the season from parent club Newcastle United.It comes just days after he netted his first international goal on his debut for Denmark U21s against Mexico.Sorensen, who has bagged an impressive 19 goals for Newcastle’s U23 side this season, then followed that up with a second goal as Denmark fell to a 2-1 defeat to the same team three days later during their training camp in Mexico City.Sørensen – the youngest player in Denmark’s U21 side – will hope his impressive start to his international career will have brought him into contention for this summer’s European Under-21 Championships.Terry McPhillips, meanwhile, will be hoping his … [Read more...] about Elias Sorensen: Newcastle United loan signing ready for Blackpool challenge
THE 24th National Television Awards are getting ready to take off TONIGHT (Tuesday, January 22, 2019). But, how can you watch the celebrities strutting down the red carpet? Here's the lowdown. What time does the NTAs red carpet start tonight? Love Island winners Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer will front the red carpet at this year's NTAs. ITV will start streaming the event from 7:30 pm which will last for two hours. However, it's not clear if this will include any Red Carpet moments or start straight from the award-giving. The iconic ceremony takes place at The O2 in London TONIGHT (Tuesday, January 22). How can I watch the red carpet action? The red carpet will be live streamed on the official NTA website. Jack and Dani will surely ease the nominees' tension with their bubbly demeanor and upbeat interviews. An exact time has not yet been confirmed for the start of the red carpet coverage. The Love Island pair will also be presenting all the backstage gossip. Can I watch the NTAs on … [Read more...] about What time does the NTAs red carpet start tonight and how can I watch the action?