Pacific Fleet Unit Visits Seychelles for Anti-Piracy Campaign

first_img View post tag: visits View post tag: Campaign December 22, 2011 Share this article View post tag: Unit View post tag: Pacific View post tag: piracy View post tag: africa View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Anti Pacific Fleet (PF) task unit headed by large ASW ship Admiral Panteleyev attending the international anti-piracy campaign in the Gulf of Aden on Dec 19 arrived in the capital city of Seychelles Victoria paying informal visit.The warship was met on the pier by Russian ambassador to Republic of Seychelles Mikhail Kalinin. Later on that day, an official delegation visited Russian diplomatic mission.On Dec 20, PF mariners paid a visit to the president of Seychelles James A. Michel, national military command and coast guard authorities.During the visit, Russian sailors will give a banquette on board Admiral Panteleyev; crewmembers plan to meet with Russian diaspora living on the islands, and to take local press on board.Besides, as an exchange of anti-piracy experience, Russian servicemen on Dec 23 will hold a demonstration drill off the port of Victoria. Representatives of Seychelles’ armed forces will watch search operation on a vessel suspected of pirate activity.Recall, it is the sixth PF anti-piracy task unit formed in Aug 2011. The seventh PF task unit led by large ASW ship Admiral Tributs left Vladivostok on Dec 10 to shift their predecessors.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, December 22, 2011 Pacific Fleet Unit Visits Seychelles for Anti-Piracy Campaign View post tag: Seychelles Back to overview,Home naval-today Pacific Fleet Unit Visits Seychelles for Anti-Piracy Campaign View post tag: fleetlast_img read more

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Ireland’s Gallagher’s Bakery boosts jobs

first_imgCo Donegal bakery company Galard Teo, which trades as Gallagher’s Bakery, has received an €0.8m investment from government agency Údaráis na Gaeltachta for new product development. The cash injection will fund 36 new jobs over the next three years, bringing the job total in the bakery to 207.The company, based in Ardara in the west of the county, produces a wide range of baguettes, under the French Mill brand; it also bakes pastries, scones and soda bread, besides producing a range of mainly chicken based hot foods.Five years ago, the bakery, which sells to stores throughout Ireland, started its export drive, targeting Britain and mainland Europe. The company services both retail and food service markets.Said MD Declan Gallagher: “We have five production units on site which allows us to produce a wide range of products.  We have an all important new speciality range, like hedgehogs, Quineo and hemp seed breads and rolls, not forgetting some of the old favourites like traditional bloomers and cobs,all suitable for instore bakeries”.Commenting on the investment, the Irish deputy prime minister and Minister for Enterprise, Trade & Employment, Mary Coughlan said that Gallagher’s expansion was proof that large scale production, in this case bakery products, could be done successfully in a remote rural location.last_img read more

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Press release: Employment rate remains at record high

first_img introducing a modern Industrial Strategy to help businesses create better, higher-paying jobs in every part of the UK helping people stay in work longer with our Fuller Working Lives strategy, which supports employers to recruit, retrain and retain older workers tackling inequalities in employment highlighted by the Race Disparity Audit, through targeted support in 20 areas around the country and £90 million announced by the Prime Minister to help young people England and Wales (local media enquiries) 029 20 586 then 097 or 098 or 099 The employment rate has never been higher – with over 3.3 million people moving into work since 2010. It’s a great British success story with businesses from Exeter to Edinburgh creating jobs – helping, on average 1,000 people find a job each and every day since 2010. And with the increase in the personal tax allowance, this government has ensured that people are keeping more of their money before they begin paying tax – meaning more take-home pay, that’s more money in your pocket for you and your family. Minister for Employment, Alok Sharma said: The unemployment rate is now 4.2% – down 0.4% since last year – with the number of people out of work falling by 115,000.The figures published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) come as Black, Asian and minority ethnic employment (BAME) is at a record high. The BAME employment gap – the difference between the employment rates of the ethnic minority population and the overall population – is at an all-time low of 10.1% points. London Press Office (national media and London area enquiries only – not questions about personal claims) 020 3267 5144 Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Esther McVey said: The increase in personal allowances means that the typical basic rate taxpayer is now paying £1,075 less in income tax than in 2010. Thanks to the National Living Wage full time minimum wage workers have had an annual boost of £2,000 since 2016.Today’s figures also show: Press Office Out-of-hours (journalists only) 07623 928 975 private sector employment is now at 27.04 million, up by over 3.7 million since 2010 the number of women in work is at a record high of 15.26 million youth unemployment has fallen by over 40% since 2010 the number of workers aged 50 plus has reached a record 10.18 millioncenter_img Contact Press Office We are also arranging work experience sessions for students through Jobcentre Plus in over 1,400 schools. The scheme is being rolled out across the country, to ensure young disadvantaged kids aged 12 to 18 get opportunities including work experience to learn about the world of work and consider future career options. So far, the partnership between Jobcentre Plus and local schools has resulted in around 12,000 sessions for pupils, parents and teachers helping to prepare pupils for the world of work. Follow DWP on: Twitter – www.twitter.com/dwppressoffice Facebook – www.facebook.com/dwp LinkedIn – www.linkedin.com/company/dwp YouTube – www.youtube.com/dwp At 75.6%, the employment rate has never been higher, with more people in work than ever before. And with a continued fall in unemployment, we have a strong jobs market that’s set 17 new employment rate records since 2010. It’s also very welcome news that the ONS has reported that regular pay has outpaced inflation for the third month in a row. Scotland (local media enquiries) 0131 310 1122 Read the Labour Market Statistics – June 2018 from the Office for National Statistics. Separate figures released today show that more than 920,000 people are now receiving Universal Credit, with 37% in employment. The rollout of Universal Credit remains on track and the business case summary published last week confirms an estimated £8 billion boost to the economy every year when it is fully rolled out, with an additional 200,000 people moving into work.The government has reformed welfare to make work pay, backed businesses to take more people on, and built a stronger, fairer economy. But we want to help even more people benefit from a well-paid job. That’s why we are: Caxton HouseTothill StreetLondonSW1H 9NAlast_img read more

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