Gardai investigate supermarket break-in in Crossroads, Killygordon

first_imgHomepage BannerNews Previous article2017 Donegal Harvest Rally launched – Declan Boyle going for 4 in a RowNext article32 people awaiting admission at LUH this morning News Highland WhatsApp Gardai investigate supermarket break-in in Crossroads, Killygordon Twitter Twitter News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook There’s been a break-in at Bradley’s Supermarket in Crossroads, Killygordon. We understand the break-in was discovered when the owners arrived to open the premises this morning.Gardai says scenes of crime officers are still at the scene, and it’s too early to make any comment about the nature of the break in or what, if anything, was taken.Cllr Patrick Mc Gowan says there is a sense of anger among the local community, particularly as people arrived this morning to do their shopping, or use the adjacent post office.He says it’s only a few weeks since a Chamber of Commerce meeting expressed grave concern at garda numbers in the Finn Valley and the limited opening times of the Garda Station in Ballybofey……..Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Pinterest Google+center_img By News Highland – September 25, 2017 Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Facebook Harps come back to win in Waterford WhatsApp Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ DL Debate – 24/05/21 Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODAlast_img read more

Broccoli bread prompts huge response

first_imgA former City banker has found success in bakery following the launch of a low-carbohydrate bread.Founder of Plan Bread, Paul Shackleton, who set up the company last year, has been inundated with enquiries after receiving coverage of his innovative new product in the national press.Originally setting his sights on creating the lowest-calorie bread he could, Shackleton said extensive research made him realise that calories were not everything when it came to a healthy diet and, instead, he focused his efforts on creating a low-carbohydrate bread.As someone who avoided eating heavy sandwiches at lunch, when he worked in the City, he wanted to come up with an alternative for people who still enjoyed a sandwich, but who didn’t want a carbohydrate-heavy meal, he told British Baker.Following the testing of creations such as red cabbage bread and courgette bread, he hit upon success using broccoli as the main component in the loaf, which contains just 2.1g of carbohydrates per 100g.Shackleton said: “It first went out for testing a month ago, and I have only been selling it for about a week.”He currently takes online orders for sandwich deliveries (£20 minimum order) – “the bread is not available as a standalone product at the moment” – and he said the feedback has been very positive.At present, Shackleton runs the business on his own, but said he may have to look to bring in extra staff by the end of this week.“In the long term I’d like to explore opportunities in other areas for low-carbohydrate products, such as low-carb pizza bases,” he said, adding that he was also looking to bring out additional varieties of low-carbohydrate bread.last_img read more