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Like many long time Richmondites, his teenage years in the sleepy farming and fishing community were defined by the high school he graduated from. But things got complicated when the Richmond Colt started playing hockey in his senior year with Seafair Minor Hockey, which was closely associated with the Steveston Packers.

“We were looking at each other sideways. But that was my integration into Steveston, if you may. But what a great community. After that, I hated Richmond (High). I became a Packer, if you put it that way.”

“Over the years, Steveston started to change, but you’ve always had an active commercial fishing harbour right in the middle of it. Industry was here first; the industry made Steveston; and the industry will keep Steveston what it is,” said Baziuk.

He said he always prided himself on making the harbour tick efficiently, although he never had the urge to fish himself.

“I’m a horrible fisherman. I don’t even sport fish. Don’t own a boat; never fished. Never want to own a boat;
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It is those fishermen, past and present, who helped define the village’s culture.

“There’s certain noises, certain grit, certain smells,” said Baziuk of the village.

Baziuk will now retire to the Sunshine Coast with his high school sweetheart and wife Sherri.

He was unanimously praised by the SHA board.

“Bob has been a pillar of the SHA and the community and we thank him for his devoted service,” said SHA board chair Robert Kiesman, who announced longtime SHA employee Jaime Da Costa will replace Baziuk.

“She is extremely bright and full of vigour. I told her make it your own,” said Baziuk.

As for his parting words to the community?

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He tweeted soon afterwards: “So very pleased to be able to assist a lady that had gone into labour on my train today between Waterloo and Farnham. Many congratulations on the impending birth of your daughter.”

After a SWR customer responded by calling him a hero, Martin responded with typical modesty and humour: “I did nothing more than call for an ambulance and make sure there was some one able to wait with the lady until help arrived. To the passengers, sorry for the little delay caused on your way to Farnham!”

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Noemi said: “I was only going in to London to run some errands. I went in to labour at 10.40 and by 11.10 baby Sophia was born at the hospital! My friends and family were all very shocked when I told them the story.”

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Bosses at the three clinical commissioning groups in Bradford district have vowed to use “all available resources” as part of “robust plans” to get through the challenging winter months.

But they have warned that to successfully pull off the plan, the public must use health services appropriately.

The action plan which has been drawn up includes GPs working at Bradford Royal Infirmary’s A department to see non emergency patients; increasing the number of paramedics with additional specialist skills to help patients at home; putting more urgent care resources into supporting out of hours referrals to GPs from NHS 111, and extending the availability of GP appointments on evenings, weekends and bank holidays.

A spokesman for Bradford City, Bradford Districts and Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven CCGs, said: “We have robust and detailed plans in place to cover the winter period that have been developed in partnership with providers across the health and social care system.

“We will use all available resources to ensure high quality patient care is provided throughout the winter months but our plans will only be successful if people use services wisely.

“Plans are in place across Bradford Districts and Craven that span the whole healthcare system, to ensure that patients receive high quality care in the right place at the right time, first time.

“A system wide approach is incredibly important when looking to successfully manage demand at accident and emergency (A and our plans cover all care, from community to urgent and emergency, to ensure those who don’t need to go to A receive appropriate care in another setting.

“Winter is always a challenging time for health and social care but we have detailed plans and robust systems in place to manage demand.

“A is for serious accidents and emergencies only and we will be working hard with the local community to ensure people are aware of, and choose, the most appropriate service for their healthcare needs.”

Councillor Vanda Greenwood, chairman of Bradford Council’s health scrutiny committee, said: “Hospitals are doing all they can under the circumstances and they put plans in place to maintain good standards of care during winter when demand for services is high.

“But there’s no doubt that these are challenging circumstances as the Government’s austerity programme continues to affect public services without any clear end in sight and with the concern that the Government is preoccupied by Brexit.

“In particular we need Government to deliver a national plan to address the social care funding crisis and to look at health and social care in a joined up way to benefit patients now and in the future.”

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“Although additional money is always welcome, in terms of the next few months there is a limit to how much additional resources can make a difference. In many cases trusts are simply not able to recruit the staff they need.

“Last year we were fortunate with the weather and the absence of a major virus this year we may not be so lucky.”

Mr Dickson said that every part of the NHS was “gearing up” to deal with the challenge, adding: “We need to recognise just how dependent each part of the system is on other services struggling or non existent social care, shortages of community nurses and hard pressed GPs and mental health services will all have an impact on each other and on the emergency department.”

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The 139 year old independent school in Woolverstone, now named Ipswich High School, announced on Monday evening that boys will be admitted to the junior school and sixth form from September 2018.

Under the new ownership, which could open the school to boarders, single sex classes will also be held in ‘key’ subjects from Year 5 11.

While parents praised the school’s “outstanding” leadership and teaching, with some welcoming the move to accept boys, others criticised the timing of the announcement and a perceived lack of consultation.

The Girls’ Day School Trust (GDST) is expected to transfer ownership in November to Ipswich Education Ltd, led by London Oxford Group.

Julia Barrett, of Ipswich, a parent of a Year 9 pupil, said: “We are utterly heartbroken. The ethos of the school and GDST was paramount to our choice.

“My teenage daughter loves that she is free to climb trees, go off with her friends and make secret dens in the woods, roll down the slopes in the grounds without worrying if her legs flash because there might be boys watching; to play sports freely and energetically without worrying if some boy thinks her thighs look chunky in her skirt; and having decent, heated, in depth conversations about the wider matters of the world without either girls getting silly or boys taking over.

“She has absolutely thrived since moving to a girls only school and we are devastated at the thought of this being cut short.”

Richard Jackson, 40, of Ipswich, a father of a junior student, said: “It may be unsustainable to run a single sex school (but) the manner in which it was released to parents was appalling. There was no consultation or transparency.”

His wife, April, added: “I am completely devastated. Single sex education is a great benefit to both self esteem and grades for girls. It will be a massive loss.”

Former pupil Rose Walker said: “I’m completely dismayed. The school’s history and worth is tied to its status as the stand out single sex school in the region and this makes a total mockery of that.”

But former student Victoria Cox, 46, of Grundisburgh, said: “I think it’s good that the school is becoming co ed because it’s important for boys and girls to be able to work together, share ideas and form friendships as they would in the outside world. It’s a healthier environment for girls to grow up in these days.”

Fees per term range from 2,852 to 4,658 for 2017/18. They are not expected to change this academic year.

A school letter sent to parents highlighted “increasingly challenging market dynamics in the area”. It said the decision was made after a “long and rigorous process and in the long term best interests of the school and students”.

Oona Carlin, head of Ipswich High School, said: “I do of course understand that the news of the plans for Ipswich High School will have come as a surprise to parents, and that this will naturally generate a lot of questions within families.

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Obama and his advisers are weighing how to respond in kind to the attack, which prompted the Hollywood studio owned by the Japanese firm to withdraw a comedy, “The Interview,” prepared for release to movie theaters during the holiday season.

“No, I don’t think it was an act of war. I think it was an act of cyber vandalism that was very costly, very expensive. We take it very seriously. We will respond proportionately,” Obama told CNN’s “State of the Union with Candy Crowley” show, which was taped on Friday and due to be aired on Sunday.

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“Had they talked to me directly about this decision, I might have called the movie theater chains and distributors and asked them what that story was,” he said.

Obama said an important free speech principle was at stake.

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MEMBERS of a group allegedly on a revenge mission to track down a man they believed burned down a gym were “going out for a social dinner” and did not kidnap a businessman, a court heard.

Daniel Harkins, owner of Samson’s Gym, in Chamberlayne Road, Eastleigh, told Southampton Crown Court that he had decided to take five men out for dinner “to boost team morale” after they had carried out building and repair work on the premises following an arson attack in January.

The gang is alleged to have kidnapped Richard Baker from his premises in Seddul Bahr Industrial Estate, in West End, on the night of January 19 as he knew a man Harkins wanted to speak to called ‘G’ in connection with the fire.

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Mr Gabb added: “Somebody, some persons in this case must be telling the most outrageous lies.

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Harkins told the court that he did not intend to hurt G but wanted to “sit down and talk to him calmly” to discuss the rumours he was responsible for the blaze.

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Bradford Keighley Magistrates were shocked by photographs of the dirty kitchen found at B Fisheries, in Morley Street, when environmental health officers carried out a routine check in August last year.

Despite facing potential fines of up to 60,000 each, Tanweer Hussain, 31, of Nurser Lane, Little Horton, and Sajad Ahmed, 42, of Beechwood Grove, Wibsey, were instead given conditional discharges because of their “modest” incomes and ordered to split the 3,842 court costs of the case.

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Staff were not wearing appropriate protective clothing, one was seen wiping his dirty hands on an apron while handling raw chicken, a drain was blocked with potato peelings, cockroaches were seen coming out of the walls and ventilation was so inadequate that the visiting environmental health officer reported feeling “searing heat” in her throat when she took a deep breath.

Chairman of the bench Allan Wilson told the defendants: “The fact that food produced in those conditions was being offered to the public we find literally beyond belief.”

Prosecuting on behalf of Bradford Council, Harjit Ryatt said: “An aggravating feature was the defendants were aware of the cockroach infestation several months before the inspection in August. A pest controller had been engaged but had not been back for a re visit. Both defendants showed poor knowledge of food hygiene matters.”

Hussain had pleaded guilty to all the charges but Ahmed had pleaded not guilty because he claimed he had not been the co owner at the time of the inspection and that he had only been helping out at the business he had sold on to his friend Hussain.

It was only when matters came to court that Ahmed had claimed not to be the co owner although he had signed Council documents, including a temporary voluntary closure notice for the takeaway, as the co owner.

He had also signed a letter to the Council prepared by his trainee solicitor daughter Lilly Ahmed in which he referred to Hussain as his business partner and to himself as co owner.

He told magistrates, through an interpreter, he had signed that letter not understanding it because he could not read English and because he had trusted his daughter who, he said, had not known he had sold the business.

The court heard since B Fisheries had re opened there had been no more environmental health concerns, a pest check had found no cockroaches and Hussain had passed a food hygiene course.

Mr Wilson warned Hussain, on a 12 month conditional discharge, and Ahmed, on an 18 month conditional discharge,
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The surging Sarnia Sting, on the heels of the best month in their history, are on pace for 380. They probably can’t sustain that over 68 games but they’re fulfilling the vision of their fourth year GM Nick Sinclair.

“That’s the kind of skilled team I wanted when I came in as manager,” he said this week. “I wanted to build a team that was explosive offensively, could keep attacking night after night. Not just one line, but all four, and we’re seeing that right now.”

The Sting have the right offensive ingredients: three premier scorers in Jordan Kyrou, Adam Ruzicka and Drake Rymsha, plus a supporting cast with the ability to pitch in on a regular basis.

You need trusted veterans to deliver, plus a few surprises along the way.

“Adam Ruzicka has taken a big step from where he left off last year,” Sinclair said. “He’s come in and taken his game to another level. He’s been an effective player for us every single night.”

Brady Hinz, whose minutes were limited last year, had five goals as a rookie. He has 10 already and quickly advanced to the team’s second line. Franco Sproviero, who had 35 points a year ago, is nearly at a point per game pace now.

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Sinclair called this the closest knit Sting team he has seen in his time as GM. You don’t reel off 13 straight wins at this level without players who enjoy spending time around each other.

And you certainly don’t do that without a surge of energy provided by the coaching staff. That’s co owner and assistant coach David Legwand’s personal touch this year.

“He comes to the rink every day with a smile on his face,” Sinclair said. “He never has a bad day, or bad minute for that matter. He brought excitement and encouragement to practices and on the bench during games. The combination of him and (co owner and head coach) Derian Hatcher has worked well together. They both have a ton of experience and are tremendous human beings.

“The mix of them together has been great so far for our group.”

The reason no one picked the Sting higher in pre season predictions was because of the inexperience of their back end and the state of the goaltending.

The defence has done the job and overage stopper Justin Fazio has been one of the best junior goalies in the country.

“Collectively, the group is committed to playing defence,” Sinclair said, “and you have two guys who have been through their ups and downs. Theo Calvas, who previously had limited opportunities at times and worked his way into the lineup last year, is leading the league in plus minus. Connor Schlichting had a full healthy year last season and is getting to where we thought he would be when we drafted him.

“In net, (backup) Aidan Hughes had a great start and has really solidified the one two combo with Justin. His game has matured and the confidence in him compared to where things were at times last year (has risen).”

The most important part of the streak is the local response to it.

“We had over 4,000 people Friday (against the Soo),” he said. “I don’t remember there being that many at a game this early in the year in a long time. There’s a pretty good buzz and hopefully, we can keep it going.”

The Sting are in good shape on their draft board to part with a few high picks if they need to later on this season. Sure, they got two second round picks back when Travis Konecny made the Flyers last year, but they also acquired a handful of early selections in moving Hayden Hodgson to Saginaw and Nikita Korestelev and Alex Black to Peterborough last season.

“We’re worried about getting better every day and to become a team that’s competitive where an off year is middle of the conference and not missing the playoffs,” Sinclair said. “We know this (win streak) won’t last forever. But hopefully, a loss is followed up by four or five more wins rather than a four game (skid).”
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