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Pidy has promoted Fabien Levet to the position of commercial manager.Levet, who has worked at Pidy for three years, has been promoted from his previous position of national account manager – foodservice.In his new role as commercial manager, he will be responsible for maintaining partner relationships and further growing the company’s presence within the foodservice, retail and industrial sectors across the UK, including overseeing the company’s national accounts and group end-users.Levet will work closely with Christina Stewart, who has recently been promoted to director of operations, as well as Dawn Knott, national account manager – industrial, and foodservice business manager Andrea Richardson.“I am delighted to have been offered the commercial manager position at Pidy UK,” said Levet.“My new role will still encompass foodservice, while also allowing me to build new contacts within both the retail and the industrial sectors that we operate.I am excited for the challenges that lie ahead, and looking forward to developing these key areas of the business. I’m proud to be part of a company with such a unique heritage and an unrivalled expertise in quality, innovative pastry production.” read more
Americana rockers Dawes have a new album coming out next week, and we are really pumped to hear the band’s newest music. Luckily, you can stream it right here, right now!Thanks to NPR Music, the album, entitled We’re All Gonna Die, is now available to stream in its entirety, which we’ve included below for your listening pleasure.We’re All Gonna Die will be available for physical and digital purchase next week on Friday, September 16th. Enjoy the new Dawes album, in full, below. read more
OneNews 1 October 2014Police are patting themselves on the back with the latest statistics showing a drop in crime.Criminal offending fell 3.2% in past year but 20% in the last five years. Murder, manslaughter and attempted murder crimes dropped by 16.7% compared to the previous year.But only 42.3% of all crimes were resolved. One reason is the fact only 13% of burglaries are solved, dragging down the overall statistics.Police say the big picture shows they’re on the right track.“We’re putting prevention at the front of the equation, vicitms right at the centre of our thinking. Crime is coming down,” says Assistant Commissioner Grant Nicholls.http://tvnz.co.nz/national-news/police-right-track-crime-falls-6096438 read more