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South African Restaurants and Vineyards Are Among the Top 100 in the World A mere three years since opening, FYN in Cape Town has cracked a new place in the World's 50 Best Restaurants 100 to 51 list. With all the doom and gloom we've endured, we more than deserve a celebratory story, a slap up meal and a fabulous bottle of wine. So let's applaud some very fine achievements in two major global competitions: World's Best Vineyards and World's 50 Best Restaurants. Of the hundred vineyards, 10 are in the Western Cape; and ahead of The World's 50 Best Restaurants, sponsored by S.Pellegrino & Acqua Panna, which will be named at a ceremony in Antwerp, Flanders, on Tuesday, October 5, 2021, the 100-51 list was released last week which included La Colombe returning in 81st place, and newcomer FYN at number 92. Guests don't want overcomplicated food, but they do want exquisitely and expertly cooked food, using exciting ingredients that tell a story - Peter Tempelhoff, FYN. (Photo: Supplied) Said Karl Lambour, GM at Tokara (number 97, Vineyards): "You know, in South Africa, we all suffer had me going from a little humility when we are put on the world stage and we tend to underestimate our offering. Perhaps this accolade will go a little...

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Health officials said it was because the average number of new daily cases surpassed 400. “With case counts now rising back to this level, the risk has increased for everyone, even those who are vaccinated,” Chicago’s top doctor Alison Arwady said at the time. This week, Chicago’s average daily case count is 422, down 4 percent from the previous week. Chicago is averaging 4 COVID-19-related deaths per day. Much of Illinois is also seeing signs the summer surge in cases is behind us. New hospital admissions for COVID-related illness have been declining for nearly three weeks and now fewer than 2,000 people are hospitalized with the virus. In a state with a population of 12.7 million people, COVID-related hospitalizations represent .015 percent of the population. Yet, Governor JB Pritzker’s administration has not said how close we are to lifting the statewide indoor mask mandate that went into effect August 30. The Illinois Department of Public Health monitors several key metrics in determining mitigation levels. Those metrics include vaccination rates, case counts, hospitalization trends and intensive care bed availability.

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Company: Use more avicide, discard dead pigeons to avoid complaints ADRIAN O’HANLON III | Staff photoPittsburg County Courthouse editor's pick topical featured popular top story Company: Discard dead pigeons to avoid complaints ADRIAN O’HANLON III | Staff photoPittsburg County Courthouse A company Pittsburg County commissioners hired to relieve a pigeon issue at the county courthouse said using more of an avicide would get quicker results — and advised them to pick up dead birds to avoid public complaints. Commissioners recently hired Wildlife Team X of Texoma, based in Calera, Oklahoma to help them disperse pigeons they said were causing problems at the courthouse, at a total cost of $28,491. Shortly after the company started removal procedures, some local residents reported seeing dead or dying birds around the courthouse area. The News-Capital obtained a copy of the work order for Wildlife X Team of Texoma for the project, which states the company planned to use Avitrol among other methods. While Avitrol is approved by the Environmental Protection Agency for use in the United States, its affect on birds depends on how much of it they ingest. A work order states avitrol is “a chemical frightening agent to remove pest birds from a given location” applied as a grain bait with the active ingredient being 4-aminopyridine, an acute oral toxicant that acts on the central nervous system and the motor nervous system. Avitrol’s website states it causes behaviors similar to an epileptic seizure and the birds will emit distress signals to frighten the flock away. Avitrol advises “by using less bait, flocks can be frightened away from the site with little or no mortality.” It says the active ingredient is a channel blocker and claims the affected birds are not in pain, but it should be mixed in with corn and feed slowly over time. But Wildlife X Team Services said using more of the avicide will lead to quicker results — even if more of the birds are killed.

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Taliban soldiers patrolling Kabul’s international airport On Thursday, more than 30 organisations sent an open letter to the foreign minister, Nanaia Mahuta, calling on the government to up its humanitarian support and evacuate those it left behind. New Zealand left behind about 400 people in Afghanistan, including 43 families, totalling about 200 people, who worked for the NZDF and on government projects, including as interpreters, labourers or employees. They fear Taliban reprisals, and all of them received emergency evacuation visas due to their association with New Zealand. But when New Zealand’s evacuation flights left, none from the group were on board. “They never contacted us,” Sayed says. “None of us were evacuated. Even though the prime minister said, ‘we are prioritising … families who had direct contact with the New Zealand provincial reconstruction team. “We are really in a dark situation. In Kabul right now, we are just hiding.

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