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Pet food sellers prosecuted

Food Safety

Pet food sellers prosecuted

Katie Coyne22/06/2016 - 15:23

Two men have been prosecuted for hygiene breaches following the seizure last year of a large quantity of unfit food from an Indian food caterer and wholesaler.

Turkey criminals jailed and given £400K bill

Food Safety

Turkey criminals jailed and given £400K bill

Katie Coyne22/06/2016 - 14:55

A jail sentence and £400,000 in fines and costs have been handed to two bosses for storing large quantities of defrosting turkey meat in dirty water in the first sentence handed out in Wales under the new sentencing guidelines.

Infestation at green development refuted

Public Health

Infestation at green development refuted

Katie Coyne22/06/2016 - 16:27

A south London environmental consultancy has said that claims that rats are over-running a flagship south London eco-community are ‘overblown’.

CIEH offers help on blueprint

Food Safety

CIEH offers help on blueprint

Katie Coyne22/06/2016 - 14:00

The CIEH will be working with the Food Standards Agency to help workshop its blueprint for change to food safety that will shake-up regulation.

Austerity causes loss of public toilets

Public Health

Austerity causes loss of public toilets

Katie Coyne22/06/2016 - 15:49

A campaign group is calling for exemption of public toilets from business rates

Major wins for environmental health

Environmental Protection

Major wins for environmental health

Will Hatchett22/06/2016 - 15:39

North West Leicestershire and Carmarthenshire Councils have been recognized for excellence, in the environmental health and trading standards category of the 2016 Municipal Journal local government achievement awards.

Zoo fined over death of keeper and safety failures

Health and Safety

Zoo fined over death of keeper and safety failures

Katie Coyne22/06/2016 - 15:07

A female zoo keeper mauled to death by a tiger and further safety breaches has seen a Cumbrian zoo prosecuted and forced to pay almost £400,000.

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