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Hotels turning to street food to make ends meet | Daily Express Online

Hotels turning to street food to make ends meet

Published on: Saturday, January 30, 2021

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JEN Penang has turned its driveway into a drive-through hawker strip.

GEORGE TOWN: With guests forced to stay away and no tourists in town, several Penang hotels are turning to hawking street food to make ends meet.Not only are top chefs putting on a new hat as roadside food handlers, the hotels are also giving away free stays for regular patrons of the hawker fare.
During the MCO period, hotels are not allowed to offer rooms to anyone except government officials,

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Hooter’s, McDonalds: Cartersville Food Inspections This Week

CARTERSVILLE, GA — Here are some restaurant and food service inspections conducted in Cartersville during the past week.

Each item on an inspection form has a point value ranging from 1 to 9 points, with violations deducting points from a best possible score of 100. Higher points are taken for items with higher risk to cause illness, while repeat violations take even more points.

Letter grades assigned are A for totals of 100 to 90 points, B for 89 to 80, C for 79 to 70, and U for less than 70. Restaurants graded C and lower have their violations

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QAnon Shaman pictured without horns and face paint in mugshot, as he’s moved to jail with organic food



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Donald Trump refuses to take responsibility for Capitol riot

The face of the Capitol rioter known as the “QAnon Shaman” has been revealed in a mugshot, as he is moved to a prison that serves organic food.

The mugshot of Jacob Anthony Chansley, 33, who is also known as Jake Angeli, was released on Thursday when he was moved from the DC Department of Corrections facility in Washington, DC, to Virginia’s Alexandria Detention Centre.

He was arrested after he took part in the riots at the US Capitol on 6 January, alongside a mob

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New York City At-Will Employment for the Fast Food Industry

On January 5, 2021, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed legislation that effectively ends at-will employment for fast food employees in New York City. The new law takes effect on July 4, 2021, and would make New York City the nation’s first jurisdiction to create job protections for a particular industry. However, at least some portions of the new law may be ripe to challenge on federal preemption and other grounds. The new law was passed via two separate bills—one on wrongful discharge and one on layoffs.

Just Cause, Progressive Discipline, and Seniority Requirements

In a sweeping

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