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Campbell Creek Science Center offers reward for information on stolen mammoth tusk

first_imgArts & Culture | History | SouthcentralCampbell Creek Science Center offers reward for information on stolen mammoth tuskJune 20, 2018 by Erin McKinstry, Alaska Public Media Share:Someone stole a 10,000-year-old mammoth bone from the Campbell Creek Science Center in March. They’re now offering a $500 reward for information. (Photo by Erin McKinstry/Alaska Public Media)Outside the Campbell Creek Science Center, a line of kids sings a call-and-response song with their camp counselor as they follow him down a path.They’re part of a summer camp at the center that teaches kids about the outdoors and wildlife.This summer’s campers are missing out on a hefty piece of Alaska’s history that campers and visitors enjoyed in the past.Audio Playerhttp://media.aprn.org/2018/ann-20180619-10.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.In March, someone stole a 10,000-year-old mammoth tusk from the Center. Bureau of Land Management, which owns the Center, announced Tuesday that it’s offering a $500 reward to anyone with information leading to the recovery of the missing 100-pound tusk.Inside the center, kids and counselors mill about grabbing backpacks as they head outside.BLM spokeswoman Maureen Clark points to a corner of the Center’s classroom where the five-foot-long tusk used to sit on top of a counter. It’s now been replaced by two blue plastic bins.“People could come up and touch it,” Clark said.Because the investigation is ongoing, she can’t share much about the theft but says someone stole the tusk early March 8.Police and BLM investigators responded that day.“It’s important not to release too much information too early in the investigation, otherwise you could risk losing important evidence and suspects early on,” Clark said. “At this point in time, it was a good time to go to the public and ask for help.”Clark said the tusk was one of several found on bureau land in the Colville River area up on the North Slope in the 1980s.The tusk was polished, restored and put on display. It’s curved and brown and off-white in color.“It was on display, really kind of a neat piece, (and) an amazing part of Alaska’s natural history. These animals that used to roam the earth during the ice age left behind their tusks,” Clark said. “It was popular with the kids and with the public.”Clark said there’s a legal and an illegal market for ivory as well as paleontological resources like the tusk.Nothing else was stolen at the time of the burglary.Share this story:last_img read more

Warning over North Sea tax

first_img Warning over North Sea tax Share Express KCS LOW OIL prices could cost the UK economy £200bn unless changes are made to the tax regime for drilling in the North Sea. The past week saw two of Britain’s largest oil companies, BP and BG Group, slash capital expenditure projections as they reported declining profits, with BP boss Bob Dudley predicting that the current weak pricing in the market will continue for “probably several years”.In an interview with the Sunday Telegraph, Sir Ian Wood, founder of oil firm Wood Group, warned that six billion barrels of oil reserves, worth £200bn, may be abandoned in the region. He commented: “The key is not allowing irreversible damage, which is why I believe we have got to look at adjusting the tax regime now.” Read This Next’A Quiet Place Part II’ Sets Pandemic Record in Debut WeekendFamily ProofHiking Gadgets: Amazon Deals Perfect For Your Next AdventureFamily ProofAmazon roars for MGM’s lion, paying $8.45 billion for studio behind JamesFamily ProofIndian Spiced Vegetable Nuggets: Recipes Worth CookingFamily ProofCheese Crostini: Delicious Recipes Worth CookingFamily ProofHomemade Tomato Soup: Delicious Recipes Worth CookingFamily ProofWhat to Know About ‘Loki’ Ahead of Disney+ Premier on June 9Family ProofChicken Bao: Delicious Recipes Worth CookingFamily ProofBaked Sesame Salmon: Recipes Worth CookingFamily Proof Show Comments ▼ whatsappcenter_img whatsapp by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeMoneyPailShe Was A Star, Now She Works In ScottsdaleMoneyPailMaternity WeekA Letter From The Devil Written By A Possessed Nun In 1676 Has Been TranslatedMaternity Weekzenherald.comMeghan Markle Changed This Major Detail On Archies Birth Certificatezenherald.comElite HeraldExperts Discover Girl Born From Two Different SpeciesElite HeraldLivestlyThe Best Redhead Actresses, RankedLivestlyNoteableyKirstie Alley Is So Skinny Now And Looks Like A BarbieNoteableySenior Living | Search AdsSenior Apartments Coming to Scottsdale (Take A Look At The Prices)Senior Living | Search AdsPast Factory4 Sisters Take The Same Picture For 40 Years. Don’t Cry When You See The Last One!Past FactoryArticles SkillHe Left Wife For Her Sister, Then She Wins It AllArticles Skill Sunday 8 February 2015 11:07 pm Tags: NULLlast_img read more

Smart Brides: Stay true to you and you will find your dream dress

first_imgHome Sponsored Smart Brides: Stay true to you and you will find your dream… Sponsored Rugby TAGSSmart BridesSmart Brides Portlaoise Twitter Pinterest Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Smart Brides Shopping for your wedding dress can be a unique experience. Filled with emotion it can seem overwhelming trying to find “the one.”That’s why we want to talk about how you can trust your bridal consultant.First of all they’ve dressed hundreds of brides before and they will know all the right questions to ask you in order to find out what’s important to you.Trust them to help guide you through the process and make sure you’re listening.The whole point of having a consultant is so they can share their experience and allowing them to help you choose your dream gowns is an important part of the process.A good bridal consultant works hard to stay up to date as educated, and brings expertise to their brides.The more trust you show, the harder they will work to help you find THE wedding dress. Be prepared to trust your bridal consultant and don’t forget: stay true to you and you will find your dream dress.Smart Brides is true expert when it comes to all things bridal and bridesmaids wear. Do have a look on our website (www.smartbrides.ie) and if you need help or advice please contact us: [email protected] ALSO – All other Smart Brides tips By Smart Brides – 17th April 2018 Previous articleLaois farmers welcome Chinese deal on beef exportsNext articleLaois forward receives prestigious Rising Star award Smart Brideshttp://www.smartbrides.ieSmart Brides is true expert when it comes to all things bridal wear. Do have a look in our website (www.smartbrides.ie) and if you need help or advice please contact us: [email protected] Laois County Council create ‘bigger and better’ disability parking spaces to replace ones occupied for outdoor dining Facebook Ten Laois based players named on Leinster rugby U-18 girls squad Smart Brides: Stay true to you and you will find your dream dress Five Laois monuments to receive almost €200,000 in government funding Council Community WhatsApplast_img read more

Remember the Game: The Harps see off Borris-Kilcotton in 2013 minor hurling final

first_img TAGS2013Borris-KilcottonBorris-Kilcotton v The HarpsLaois MHCThe Harps Facebook Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory WhatsApp Twitter GAA 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin The Harps celebrate after defeating Borris in Ossory Kilcotton in the MHC final replay at O’Moore Park.PIcture: Alf Harvey/hrphoto.ie The Harps 3-12 Borris-Kilcotton 0-162013 Laois MHC FinalAt the end of the last decade and the start of this one, Borris-Kilcotton started appearing in minor finals each year like clockwork.In all they played in six minor finals in a row, winning four-in-a-row from 2009 to 2012 and then losing two more in 2013 and 2014.It was that consistent spell of producing quality underage teams that led to a first senior final appearance in 2013 and a first title in 2016 – and many of those same players are still involved as they face into this year’s senior final again on Sunday.The team that stopped them doing five-in-a-row, however, are also in final action this weekend, albeit at the lower grade.The Harps needed a replay to get the job done, eventually prevailing by 3-12 to 0-16 after two really good battles. Previous articleFr Paddy: What will the Amazon Synod do for the Church?Next articleMy Club and I: The Harps wing back Richie Saunders ahead of Senior A final LaoisToday Reporter Pinterest Pinterest Home We Are Laois Remember the Game Remember the Game: The Harps see off Borris-Kilcotton in 2013 minor hurling… We Are LaoisRemember the Game WhatsApp The Harps mentor Tommy Kenna shows his delight at the final whistleOwen O’Sullivan goals for The HarpsPaul Simms scores from far out for The Harps Gaels against Eoin Fitzpatrick, Borris-Kilcotton in the MHC final replay at O’Moore Park.Borris in Ossory Kilcotton ‘keeper Daniel Brennan wills this Harps shot wide Gavin Dunne clears up for The HarpsSEE ALSO – Check out more Laois hurling coverage here GAA Twitter Facebook Remember the Game: The Harps see off Borris-Kilcotton in 2013 minor hurling final Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results GAA By LaoisToday Reporter – 19th October 2019 Conor Deegan got 2-2 for The Harps while Ronan Delahunty added five points from frees.For Borris-Kilcotton, Daire Quinlan was their top scorer with six points from frees with Joe Campion hitting 0-4.The teams for the replay game were and you can check out a selection of Alf Harvey photos below.THE HARPS GAELS: Peter Walsh; Aaron Dunne, Gavin Dunne, Liam Lalor; Ciaran Costigan, Richie Saunders, Shane Fitzpatrick; Paul Simms, Ronan Delahunty; Kieran Freeman, James Lappin, Greg Aylward; Conor Deegan, Shane Tyrell, Owen O’Sullivan. Subs: Donnacha Quinn, Johnny Doyle, David Doheny, Joe Ryan, Cathal Phelan, Shane Keown, Jack McEvoy, Tadhg Fitzpatrick, Brian O’Brien, Calvin O’Brien, Niall Mullins, James McDonaldBORRIS-KILCOTTON: Daniel Brennan; Conor Quinlan, Des Daly, Ben Quinlan; Gearoid Kilmartin, Bill Meade, Eoin Fitzpatrick; Colm Stapleton, Stephen Dunphy; Daire Quinlan, Stephen Phelan, Joe Campion; Ciaran O’Brien, Michael Scully, Jamie Dooley. Subs: Stephen Campion, Colm Fitzpatrick, Ciaran Sweeney, Oisin Fleming, DJ Kelly, David Scully, Mark Whelan, Patrick SweeneyJamie Dooley, Borris in Ossory Kilcotton on the attack agains tShane Fitzpatrick and Aaron Dunne, The Harps in the 2013 Laois MHC final replay at O’Moore Park.PIcture: Alf Harvey/hrphoto.ieThe Harps celebrate after defeating Borris in Ossory Kilcotton in the 2013 MHC final replay at O’Moore Park. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more

Clark County Public Health deluged with questions over vaccine eligibility

first_imgClark County Public Health deluged with questions over vaccine eligibilityPosted by Chris BrownDate: Friday, January 15, 2021in: Newsshare 0 The county says demand for Phase 1a COVID-19 vaccinations remains higher than supplyVANCOUVER — Facing a deluge of questions over when the COVID-19 vaccines will be more widely available, Clark County Public Health on Friday said they are working closely with health care facilities to push forward with Phase 1a of the state’s vaccine rollout plan, and into Phase 1b as soon as possible.In a news release, the department said they had received more than 3,000 requests for vaccinations, and are still getting several hundred inquiries each day from people wondering if they qualify under Phase 1a.Vaccines for COVID-19 continue to be in relatively short supply around the country. File photoVaccines for COVID-19 continue to be in relatively short supply around the country. File photoPhase 1a includes those working in health care settings, high-risk first responders, and people living or working in long-term care facilities. To date, local facilities have vaccinated thousands of employees, and pharmacies are working to finish vaccinations of staff and residents at long-term care facilities through a partnership with the federal government.Currently, the county noted, the demand for vaccines in Phase 1a exceeds the supply.“Public Health and our local health care partners are working to get eligible people vaccinated as quickly as possible,” said Dr. Alan Melnick, Clark County health officer and Public Health director. “We, like many in our community, are eager to see the number of people protected against COVID-19 increase.”The county’s Public Health website contains information on who qualifies under Phase 1a. If you’re in that category, you can fill out a request form in order to be connected with a local health care facility and scheduled to receive the vaccine.Currently, PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center is the leading health care provider for vaccinations, due to their cold storage capabilities required for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine variant. The hospital had not responded to a request for details regarding how many vaccines had been delivered versus administered in time for this report.Washington’s state Department of Health said Wednesday that 624,975 doses of both vaccines had been distributed as of Jan. 12, with another 123,275 anticipated by the end of this week. As of Jan. 11, a total of 201,660 doses had been administered, although that data is likely between two and three days behind.DOH had estimated approximately 500,000 people initially qualified under Phase 1a, although the state later allowed more first-responders and long-term care facility staff and residents. There has been no updated estimate of how many people in the state currently qualify under Phase 1a.A nurse at PeaceHealth Southwest draws a dose of Pfizer vaccine from a vial. Photo courtesy PeaceHealth SWA nurse at PeaceHealth Southwest draws a dose of Pfizer vaccine from a vial. Photo courtesy PeaceHealth SWPhase 1b will be divided into four tiers, with all people in the state over the age of 70, and people over 50 living in multigenerational households next in line to receive vaccinations, hopefully before the end of January.The state had been cautiously optimistic about the potential to accelerate that schedule, based on promises from Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar earlier this week to release a strategic reserve of vaccines in order to speed up distribution.On Friday, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said state and federal officials had been told late Thursday that no such stockpile actually existed, and there would be no influx of vaccine doses. The news prompted the state to do an about-face on plans to expand vaccine eligibility to all residents over 65-years-old starting Jan. 23.Washington Gov. Jay Inslee called the news a “deception” for which the “Trump admin. must answer immediately.” The reversal by the federal government, according to The Washington Post, represented a miscommunication between HHS and Operation Warp Speed (OWS), which is overseeing distribution of the vaccines.Before the end of the year, OWS had been holding back vaccine supply in order to ensure second doses would be available. That strategy shifted at the end of December, and all remaining supply was shipped out. That change was apparently not communicated to other federal agencies.Azar believed that an increase in vaccine production by Pfizer and Moderna meant the country could release the stockpile and feel confident the supply would be consistent to meet second doses. President-elect Joseph R. Biden said Friday that his $1.9 trillion emergency funding plan would include $20 billion to assist with implementing a national vaccination strategy, including mass vaccination clinics in every state. He has also pledged to ship 100 million vaccine doses within his first 100 days in office.Back here in Clark County, Public Health said it continues to work with partners in the region to create community vaccination sites to speed up distribution of the doses, with further details expected “in the coming weeks.”Washington’s Department of Health is also expected to launch a data dashboard soon with information on where vaccine shipments are going, how many have been distributed, and how many have been administered.For additional information about the state COVID-19 vaccine allocation plan, including who is eligible to be vaccinated in Phase 1b, visit the Washington State Department of Health COVID-19 Vaccine webpage.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textTags:Clark CountyCovid-19Latestshare 0 Previous : Officials try to ease concerns of business owners regarding planned homeless shelter near Vancouver Mall Next : WATCH: Clark County TODAY LIVE • Friday, January 15, 2021AdvertisementThis is placeholder textlast_img read more

Ford recalling more than 12,000 new trucks in Canada for roll-away risk

first_imgFord is recalling more than 12,000 just-built trucks and SUVs in Canada because a fault with the transmission may let them roll away when the driver thinks they’re in PARK.The recall campaign specifically affects 2020 model year F-150 and Ranger trucks, and police-spec Expeditions, if they were built in February or March of this year and have a 10-speed automatic transmission. Vehicles with the rotary-dial gear shifter are not affected.Some 12,090 such vehicles are covered in Canada, out of a total of almost 68,000 including those sold in the U.S. and Mexico. advertisement If it remains in DRIVE while put into PARK, the truck could roll away, even if it’s been turned off (unless the parking brake is on). Ford is unaware of any such incidents happening so far, but will still notify affected owners so their dealer can repair the flaw. Buy It! Princess Diana’s humble little 1981 Ford Escort is up for auction An engagement gift from Prince Charles, the car is being sold by a Princess Di “superfan” On affected vehicles, a clip meant to keep the gearshift cable and transmission connected to each other may not have been properly seated. This means the vehicle may stay in another gear than the one displayed to the driver. We encourage all readers to share their views on our articles using Facebook commenting Visit our FAQ page for more information. The Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car ever See More Videoscenter_img RELATED TAGSExpeditionF-150FordRangerPickup TruckNon-LuxurySafety and MaintenanceMaintenanceNew Vehicles PlayThe Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car everPlay3 common new car problems (and how to prevent them) | Maintenance Advice | Driving.caPlayFinal 5 Minivan Contenders | Driving.caPlay2021 Volvo XC90 Recharge | Ministry of Interior Affairs | Driving.caPlayThe 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is a new take on Canada’s fave truck | Driving.caPlayBuying a used Toyota Tundra? Check these 5 things first | Used Truck Advice | Driving.caPlayCanada’s most efficient trucks in 2021 | Driving.caPlay3 ways to make night driving safer and more comfortable | Advice | Driving.caPlayDriving into the Future: Sustainability and Innovation in tomorrow’s cars | Driving.ca virtual panelPlayThese spy shots get us an early glimpse of some future models | Driving.ca Trending in Canada Trending Videos COMMENTSSHARE YOUR THOUGHTS ‹ Previous Next ›last_img read more

Chancellor’s Corner: Campaign activity rules; introducing Significant Events Team

first_imgGeneral Prohibitions:The Fair Campaign Practices Act (a/k/a Campaign Reform Act, C.R.S. § 1-45-117) generally prohibits public entities, including institutions of higher education, from expending any public money from any source for contributions to a campaign for elected office, or to urge electors to vote in favor or against any ballot issue or referred measure.The term “public money” is broadly construed, and includes in-kind contributions such as services or non-monetary resources. The funds and resources of the University of Colorado are considered to be public money, regardless of the amount of state support the university receives.Under the act, any person can complain to the secretary of state that a public entity or public employee has violated the law. The secretary of state may investigate any complaint and may impose monetary fines. Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail The campaign season is upon us and we know from recent experience that our campus is a popular location for campaign stops. We allow equal access to political parties as an educational forum if they agree to abide by our guidelines with an emphasis on safety and security, reasonable advance notice and avoiding major disruption to our academic mission.Campaigns also must agree to reasonable accessibility to students, faculty and staff, understanding there may not be availability for everyone who wishes to attend, depending on the venue. Campaign events are viewed as ticketed events, as the campaigns rent the facility and have the ability to remove disruptive participants. Specific protest areas will be provided outside the venue.During the last academic year, I convened a group of campus leaders representing several departments to form the Significant Events Team (SET). This group serves as an advisory body on the logistics involved in a “significant event,” which is defined as having 1) The potential to disrupt the academic mission; 2) The potential to affect university operations (including access to campus and staff time); or 3. Major health and safety concerns or cost implications for the university and neighboring community.This team evaluates event proposals to minimize disruption to campus operations and to coordinate with other activities across campus. SET does not review regular university-sponsored events (athletic competitions, Distinguished Speakers Board talks, etc.) but is available to assist with large, impactful events. If you or a third-party are thinking of hosting a significant event, please contact SET chair Sarah Adderholt.I encourage everyone to be an active participant in the political process. I also feel obligated to remind faculty and staff that as public-institution employees there are university guidelines restricting use of university equipment, resources and time in election-related activities and campaigning.Please also be aware that we all may face opposing viewpoints. We should engage with our colleagues and constituents in a collegial fashion as we always do.Participating in the democratic process is certainly a privilege, but as public employees we have special responsibilities. Thank you for your cooperation. Categories:Leadership CornerCampus Community Published: Sept. 6, 2016 last_img read more

Applications welcome for assistant director of Employee Relations

first_imgShare Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: June 26, 2018 The Department of Human Resources is now accepting applications for an assistant director of Employee Relations, which  provides labor and employee relations guidance to all CU Boulder and system administration supervisors and staff members, including application of policy, rules and laws.The new assistant director will provide leadership and supervision to the team within Human Resources and will provide guidance to the university community in areas such as leave and disability programs, performance management and dispute-resolution procedures and progressive discipline.View the posting on our internal job site for the application deadline, position requirements and to apply. To find the internal job board, please follow these instructions:Log in to the employee portal through MyCUInfo.Click on the navigation icon at the top right of your screen.Click on the CU Resources icon.Under the heading Business Tools, click on CU Boulder: Staff Jobs.Search for posting number 11124.Categories:Deadlines & AnnouncementsCampus Communitylast_img read more

Justice Ministry Making Alternative Plans After Fire Destroys Courts

first_imgThe Ministry of Justice is working to minimise the disruption caused by the fire which destroyed the building at 79 Duke Street, Kingston on Wednesday, December 30, 2015. That building housed both the Corporate Area Coroner’s Court and the Attendance Centre of the Family Court.The Ministry’s objective is to have both these operations resume service to the public as soon as possible, and we are actively seeking to put in place alternate arrangements to facilitate this.In the meantime, members of the public with matters at the Corporate Area Coroner’s Court are being asked to report to the Corporate Area Civil Court located at Sutton Street on the scheduled dates of their matters, pending any further public announcement in this regard.The Ministry has already engaged the Urban Development Corporation to have the new permanent location for the Corporate Area Coroner’s Court, at 2A Hagley Park Road, Kingston 10, fit for purpose as soon as possible. We are now trying to secure an interim location for the Corporate Area Coroner’s Court, while that work proceeds.The Attendance Centre operates as a non-residential rehabilitation centre for young people 12 to 18 years who have dropped out of the formal educational system and need to be assisted in the rehabilitation process, and thereby assists in carrying out some of the Orders of the Family Court. An alternate location for the provision of these important services is now actively being sought.The Ministry of Justice considers these matters as of significant importance, and accordingly the Emergency Procurement methodology will be utilised in obtaining the required furniture and equipment. The Ministry will also be using that procedure to expedite the renovation of the facility at 2 Hagley Park Road for the relocation of the Coroner’s Court, along with Corporate Area Traffic Court. A timeline for completion will be established once all the necessary assessments have been done, in light of the new situation occasioned by the fire.The public should note that, contrary to certain erroneous media reports, the Family Court has not been affected by the fire, and is still operational at 55a Duke Street. Indeed, the Attendance Centre’s eight staff members and part-time workers will operate from the Family Court, pending a new location being identified to house the Attendance Centre.It should also be noted that the activities of the Special Coroner, which are located at Sutton Street, have also not been affected by the fire.The Ministry of Justice would also like to thank the Jamaica Fire Brigade for its prompt and professional response to the fire. RelatedGov’t Looking to Expand Jurisdiction of Justices Of The Peace Advertisements Story HighlightsThe Ministry of Justice is working to minimise the disruption caused by the fire which destroyed the building at 79 Duke Street, Kingston on Wednesday, December 30, 2015. That building housed both the Corporate Area Coroner’s Court and the Attendance Centre of the Family Court.The Ministry’s objective is to have both these operations resume service to the public as soon as possible, and we are actively seeking to put in place alternate arrangements to facilitate this. RelatedGov’t Rehabilitating Courthousescenter_img Justice Ministry Making Alternative Plans After Fire Destroys Courts JusticeDecember 31, 2015Written by: Ministry of Justice FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail RelatedMinistry Of Justice Human Rights Day 2015 Messagelast_img read more

People / BIFA set to launch young freight forwarders networking group

first_imgAccording to the association, all apprentices participating in the International Freight Forwarding Specialist Apprenticeship scheme will automatically be invited to join. And membership of the YFN will count towards the 20% off-the-job learning that apprentices must complete. Membership is free.Mr Hobbis said the idea of the YFN was to create regional networking groups, run by young forwarders, and designed to help early talent develop knowledge and professional skills.“Initially, we will start with regional groups at London Heathrow; as well as in the north-west, the Midlands, East Anglia and the south-east – with more regions to follow,” he said.“Each networking group will have a chair and vice-chair, and we will create a local organising committee governed by at least two regional employers, as well as a BIFA representative.“So far, every employer I’ve asked to get involved has been very supportive and extremely positive about its concept, the more that get involved the better,” he said. By Alexander Whiteman 19/02/2019 The British International Freight Association (Bifa) is set to launch a networking group for young forwarders in the UK.Launching early next month, the Bifa Young Forwarders Network (YFN) will aim to improve the promotion of forwarding as a sector for new recruits and assist in their training.Training development manager Carl Hobbis said the launch was set to coincide with the 12th National Apprenticeship Week from 4-8 March.“Throughout the week we will be taking to social media to share tips and advice with both employers and employees interested in learning more about industry apprenticeships.”last_img read more