Morrisons adds premium sandwiches to meal deal

first_imgFizzy drinks, including 500ml Coca-ColaWaterFresh juiceHot drinks from Morrisons’ in-store coffee machine Morrisons has expanded its £3 lunchtime meal deal to include premium sandwiches.Products from the retailer’s The Best range, which are individually priced at £2.75, are now included in the meal deal alongside baguettes, freshly made in-store sandwiches and hot rolls. Vegan options, as well as triple sandwiches and wraps, are also included.Overall, customers will have the choice of 373 mains, 465 drinks and 223 snacks. Mains include ‘The Best’ New York Deli Grab Bag; ‘The Best’ Ham Hock and Egg Sandwich; ‘The Best’ Chicken and Bacon Sandwich and a Morrisons Chicken Caesar Triple Wrap.Meanwhile, snacks include a jumbo vegetable samosa, rocky road or caramel flapjacks.Other items in the £3 meal deal are:MainsSandwiches and wraps – including triple sandwiches and wraps, and vegan and gluten free options, as well as Morrisons ‘The Best’ range of sandwichesBaguettes and rolls – freshly baked and hand-filled dailySalad boxes – freshly prepared in-store dailyHot rolls – bacon and sausage sandwichesPasta pots – selection of pasta pots, including loaded chicken and tuna and sweetcornMedium salad box – create your own salad box from Morrisons’ in-store salad barSnacksCrispsFruit potsYogurtsFlapjacksProtein potsSushi Snack PacksSelected PastriesDrinkslast_img read more

Former RTE librarian died after fall at her Donegal home

first_imgA former RTE librarian was found dead at her home in Co Donegal after suffering a fall.An inquest into the death of Frances McLaughlin, aged 72, heard how she had been dead between 3 and 10 days when she was found at her home in Letterkenny on January 11th, 2017. The last people to see Ms McLaughlin alive was her sister Veronica and her husband Paul Trayers when Ms McLaughlin had spent Christmas Day with them.Donegal Coroner’s Court was told today that Mr and Mrs Trayers became concerned when they had not heard from Ms McLaughlin for some days and contacted her letting agent.They entered her home at Harvey Close, on Newline Road, and found Ms McLaughlin’s remains on the floor of the living room.Gardai were called and Garda Sean McLaughlin, a nephew of the deceased woman, arrived on the scene.He said that his aunt was dead on the floor and was dressed for bed.He said that his aunt had moved back from RTE approximately three years earlier having spent most of her adult life working in RTE in Dublin.“She has made a nice little life for herself. She had been in god health and her death was an absolute shock to everyone who knew her,” said Garda McLaughlin.Doctor Josephine Kernan was called and she pronounced death at 5.22pm and Ms McLaughlin’s remains were taken to Letterkenny University Hospital for a post mortem.Pathologist Dr Catriona Dillon told the court that the deceased had suffered heart failure and also a fracture to the femur.She said she could not tell if the fracture, which occurred as a result of a fall, came before or after Ms McLaughlin had suffered heart failure.Coroner Dr Denis McCauley said his finding was that Ms McLaughlin died as a result of an accident.Former RTE librarian died after fall at her Donegal home was last modified: August 31st, 2017 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:deathdonegalfallFrances McLaughlinGardaiinquestRTElast_img read more