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Two Auckland business owners have a very good reason to cry over Spilt Milk.

One’s a milkshake and coffee truck parked in Epsom, the other a cafe which serves Vietnamese food in Pt Chevalier.

They are both called “Spilt Milk” and are in the midst of a legal challenge over who gets to keep the name.

Calum Dykes, 22, who started his mobile business last year claims he discovered the other business was using the same name months after he started using it.

Dykes,
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who’s truck is normally set up on Kohia Terrace, Epsom, claims he has proof he started using the name in October when he emailed a brief to a graphic designer for marketing.

“It’s an interesting name, it gets you thinking. It’s very relevant to milkshakes and coffee.”

On May 5 Dykes was officially registered by Auckland Council under the name Spilt Milk. However he neglected to trademark it as he wanted to use the $150 registration fee for other expenses like equipment.

He said a customer asked him in July if he was opening a cafe in Pt Chevalier.

“They showed me the [other business’] Facebook page and I immediately shat bricks and felt a massive pit forming in my stomach.

“I naively assumed I wouldn’t need to defend my name to protect my rights to use my intellectual property.”
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GREEN BAY Mike Pettine needed a break.

The son of a high school football coach, Pettine hadn’t taken a single year off since breaking into the coaching ranks as a graduate assistant at the University of Pittsburgh in 1992.

“I came out of it and I was just beat up physically, mentally,” said Pettine, who was introduced as the Packers’ new defensive coordinator Wednesday. “I just needed the time off. It took me a while until I felt like I could smell smells and see colors.

“By the time late spring rolled around, I had some friends in Kansas City and I went out there and visited them during their OTAs and it clinched it for me. ‘Hey, this is what I do.'”

Being an NFL head coach was Pettine’s dream, but it also opened the 51 year old coach’s eyes to inescapable realities of being the principal rather than the teacher.

In Pettine’s mind, a coordinator’s job is 90 percent football and 10 percent administrative. That ratio flips as a head coach, which made Pettine long to run a defense again like he did successfully for four years with the New York Jets and one season in Buffalo.

The chance to spend time in Kansas City spurred Pettine to pick up a consulting job with the Seattle Seahawks this past season, allowing him to stay current watching film and providing advance reports from the comfort of his home.

It all led to Head Coach Mike McCarthy and Pettine getting in touch earlier this month about the Packers’ opening for a defensive coordinator. Green Bay, in addition to being a place he’d never traveled to before until his interview earlier this month, gives Pettine the opportunity to do what he loves most.

“I missed the camaraderie of the room, the interaction with the staff, the interaction with the players,” Pettine said. “The chess game part of it the designing a game plan tailored to your opponent. (Being a head coach is) the furthest thing from my mind. I’m here to coordinate an outstanding defense and win a Super Bowl.”

Working as a consultant, Pettine had a chance to study Green Bay’s defense a little last season and sees a cupboard that’s anything but bare of talented personnel.

After recently getting a chance to meet Clay Matthews for the first time, Pettine said he looks forward to maximizing the six time Pro Bowl linebacker’s versatility and building around the defense’s talented nucleus of Mike Daniels, Kenny Clark and Ha Ha Clinton Dix.

When asked the type of defense fans can expect from his unit, Pettine says he likes his scheme to be multiple yet simplistic. His defenses have been known to use both 3 4 and 4 3 concepts, though the widespread evolution of spread offenses has increased the deployment of nickel and dime sub packages.

In his five seasons in New York and Buffalo, Pettine’s defenses never finished outside the top 10 in total yards. He accomplished that by stressing details and fundamentals. He wants his players to play with an aggressive mindset and believes his scheme has adapted to be successful in the NFL’s current CBA environment, which limits player coach offseason contact.

“I always want our guys to know that scheme is worthless unless you play with great passion and great technique,” Pettine said. “I know people have said the system can be very complicated. We like to appear multiple without necessarily putting that much stuff in. So, it’s not a system that is overwhelming to learn.”

Head Coach Mike McCarthy said he jotted down five “clear components and characteristics” he was looking for during his search for a defensive coordinator.

While he praised in house candidate Joe Whitt Jr. for his “outstanding” performance in the interview, McCarthy said Pettine “knocked it out of the park” and proved to be the “right man for the job” in the end.

McCarthy is looking for Pettine to spark a turnaround after injuries and inconsistency hampered the league’s 22nd ranked defense in 2017. After talking with new General Manager Brian Gutekunst,
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McCarthy believes everyone from the front office down to the coaching staff is rowing in the right direction.

“There’s specific areas where we need to improve on defense, starting with the pre snap,” McCarthy said. “We need to do a better job of winning the pre snap when you get into scheme and so forth. At the end of the day, we have a certain level of experience on defense and we’ll try to build off of that. We need to add players to our roster. That’s clearly a focus.”

Pettine prioritizes pass defense and agrees with McCarthy’s assessment of pre snap disguises. It’s an uphill battle for a defense if a quarterback knows what it’s doing before the ball is snapped.

The installation of a defensive pass game coordinator (Whitt Jr.) and run game coordinator (Patrick Graham) is intended to improve communication between all levels of the defense.

While initially disappointed not to get the defensive coordinator job, Whitt Jr. came away impressed with Pettine after getting a chance to sit down with him and compare playbooks.

In his new role in the secondary, Whitt Jr. will be tasked with bringing the defensive backs and inside linebackers together to make sure everyone is on the same page in coverage.

“At the end of the day, (McCarthy) made the right decision, I believe, because Mike P. and I, our packages were very similar,” said Whitt Jr., who’s been on staff since 2008. “Being in that room with him and having an opportunity to share ideas, we’re on the same page. We see defensive football the same way. Terminology is the only thing that we’re really working on, trying to make sure we streamline.”

The coaching staff is in midst of the roster evaluation phase of the offseason, but Pettine likes what he’s seen so far. His job, over the next three months, is putting together a playbook that complements the players the Packers have and those that will be added in the months to come.

Pettine jokes he’s coached everywhere around the Great Lakes besides Canada, but after two years of sitting on the sidelines, the lifelong coach is ready to get back to work.

“The NFL, it’s all about the players. I can’t wait for them to get into town,” Pettine said. “I’ve already reached out to all of them, just to tell them how fired up I am to be here. At the same time, you’ve got to get with the players and get to know them. You can’t broad stroke approach when you’re coaching players or when you’re teaching. You have to learn to learn, and that’s a big part of getting to know your guys.

“Do they learn better through working with it, seeing it on video, going through it on the greaseboard? The more that you can get involved and get to know your players,
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the better off you’re going to be.”

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Chester County s next top fashion models from St. Norbert s fashion club styled both a casual and elegant ensemble at their debut runway appearance in January.

We got to pick our songs and all the parents were there, said Lindsey Barnes, a seventh grader in the club. We had a runway and a backdrop and it was really fun.

Elizabeth Cooper, a teacher at St. Norbert School in Easttown, started the club in the 2008 2009 school year. The club dissolved when she left the school, but she reinstated it in fall 2013 after returning to the school.

The idea was to promote and discuss creativity through fashion, said Cooper. As their leader I wanted to encourage them to understand that beauty is not just skin deep, and we definitely had fun with the artistic aspects of it. I wanted to instill confidence in them as well.

For the fashion show, we had a projector and each girl got to pick a quote that they wanted so that when they were walking the quote would be on the screen, said Anastasia.

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Cooper played a short documentary that she had put together in which the girls explained what fashion meant to them.

What s popular and trendy certainly plays a part in what the girls choose to wear, but they can still make it their own.

A lot of people were black leggings, said Anastasia. But even though you wear black leggings, you don t have to wear the same type of shoes as other people.

Ugg Boots, combat boots, hunter boots and Converse shoes were footwear options the girls suggested.

(Cooper) told us we don t need to copy people, said Annie Mulqueen. But take their ideas and make them your own.

Cooper said the club will start up again for a new season in the spring, and all of the girls said they want to do it again.

Joining this fashion club kind of gave me a different sense on fashion. It influenced me a little bit more to be more daring, said Lindsey.

Cooper enjoyed leading the club because she liked getting to know the girls better outside of the classroom and sharing her passion with them.

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Cooper wrote that students were allowed to wear the boots to and from school, but requested they change shoes before stepping into homeroom. Acceptable footwear options listed in her letter included “lace up, tight at the ankle, boots, shoes and high top sneakers.”

In other words, anything but the sheepskin boots.

UGG, an immensely popular accessories and apparel brand owned by Deckers Outdoor Corporation, offers a variety of products. Among the range of styles, colors and options offered by retailers, its Classic Boot (in short and tall) remains a bestselling item, costing anywhere from $150 $180. Which could explain why some parents are peeved.

And to the average,
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Though loathed by fashion industry professionals, celebrities like New England Patriots QB Tom Brady and actress Blake Lively have joined the Ugg movement. While Brady has previously served as the face of the brand (and was relentlessly mocked for doing so), Lively has been spotted wearing the shoes on the set of Gossip Girl. Since her character socialite Serena van der Woodsen runs around the streets of Manhattan in sky high stilettos, the star probably needed an alternative option between takes.

However, does comfort outweigh the detrimental situations Uggs can literally carry into the classroom?

Some share the sentiment of the school district. In response to the article, one individual posted on the Mercury’s Facebook page, “Some of you people crying about this obviously care more about making an appearance rather than GOING TO SCHOOL TO GET EDUCATED! Its a wonder kids today are half morons!
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The Michigan women basketball team jumped out to a 27 9 lead against Valparaiso on Thursday night . It was about as good of a start as he Wolverines could have asked for en route to a 73 32 win at the Crisler Center.

But strong starts have become somewhat of a theme for the Wolverines, who at 10 2 are off to the program best start since the 2001 02 season.

First year coach Kim Barnes Arico has sung the praises of the situation she stepped into since she arrived in Ann Arbor: into a team coming off an NCAA Tournament bid and flush with seniors.

But even she didn expect this kind of start.

not at all, Barnes Arico said when asked if she expected to be doing so well going into the Christmas break. really happy for our kids, they work extremely hard they bought into what we trying to do and are just terrific young ladies. So I thrilled to be 10 2 going into Christmas. Content: Boxscore

Maybe this should be expected from a team that made its first NCAA tournament since 2001 last season and only graduated three seniors.

Michigan is off to its best start since 2001 under first year coach Kim Barnes Arico, right. And the fact that five players have torn their ACL since Barnes Arico (she can remember another time in her career where she had even one player go down with the injury) arrived, make the quick start even more incredible.

But all the injuries have forced upperclassmen to be leaders. Seniors Jenny Ryan, Sam Arnold, Rachel Sheffer, Nya Jordan and Kate Thompson scored 58 of Michigan points (79.5 percent) on Thursday and had accounted for 78 percent of the team scoring in the games previous.

think coming in, our seniors, we talked about we wanted to make this year speciaI, said Ryan, who scord 13 points on Thursday. think the seniors have really taken advantage of the opportunities we been given.

I think back on coach Arico experience, I not surprised at all with where we stand right now. difference from last year to this has been most dramatic for senior Kate Thompson, who on Thursday put up a game high 18 points. It was the 11th time Thompson has scored in double digits this season, which is as many games as she scored in double digits through 32 games last year.

been awesome, said the soft spoken Thompson after Thursday game.

Thompson is a starter for the first time in her career and her emergence under Barnes Arico is symbolic of the change in style from former coach Kevin Borseth, who preferred a more methodical (read: slow) offensive approach.

Kate Thompson has had the green light since Barnes Arico arrived and responded by leading the country in 3 pointers. After hitting six triples against Valparaiso on Thursday, Thompson leads the country in 3 pointers made (47), which is five more than she ever made in an entire season.

has got to be one of the best shooters in the country and we do run a ton of stuff for her, Barnes Arico said. feel like she going to make it every time she takes it. so happy for (Thompson), Ryan said. puts a ton of hours in the gym. I wish America knew how much time she spent perfecting that jump shot. And she deserves everything she getting right now shoots as good as Kate in my opinion, and when she shoots it I expect it to go in. Barnes Arico won take credit for Thompson emergence.

think Kate just spent the whole offseason in this place working on her game and she spent hour after hour, she told me she took 45,000 shots this summer. So she made sure she came in and was going to have an outstanding senior year, Barnes Arico said. would be thriving in any program in the country right now. Arico also points to Jordan who had 14 rebounds on Thursday and other players like underclassmen Madison Ristovski and Nicole Elmblad, all players who have had their roles increased due to the ridiculous amount of ACL injuries, as the key to the team early success.

Thompson was childishly giddy after Thursday night win. She was seemingly as comfortable hitting 3 pointers from the corner as she was playing defense in her Ugg boots against Barnes Arico son after the game or hugging stadium’s game day staff in the hallway to celebrate the win.

Thompson isn trying to pin point the root of the success. She just hopes to build on it.

huge thing for us is heading into the Big Ten season 10 2, Thompson said. magical 20 wins in the season that seems to be the magical number to get into the tournament and that seems (realistic) for us.

Pete, thanks for the coverage on the women team; however, several points in your article fail to pass muster.

There have been three ACL since Arico arrived (Driscoll, Mitchell and Seto), not five.

To say that Borseth put the clamps on outside shooting is laughable. Michigan was known for years as a team that lived and died by the three, and few players wanted to penetrate the lane. 35% of last year attempts were from beyond the arc. This year so far is 36%.

Lastly, Borseth may have preferred a more methodical approach, but Arico has perfected it. She will want to run and press with future athletes, but right now she running one of the slowest offenses in the country at 62 possessions per game (last season average was 68). According to one statistical site, Michigan possession rate is 342 out of 345 D1 teams. I take it as long as they executing at the end of the shot clock.

Excellent article for which I compliment Pete Cunningham.

While Michigan won easily, Valparaisal is hardly a formidable opponent having lost seven of its last eight games and with losses to Duke by 45 points and to Louisville by 56 points. Nevertheless the Wolverines success was similar to both the 4 and 8 ranked teams.

Michigan hit a sizzling 58% of its field go attempts in the first half and finished the game hitting 52%. The wolverines also shot 50% of their 3 point attempts in the first half and 42% for the game. Michigan out rebounded Valparaisal 40 26 and had 12 turnovers. They committed only six fouls during the entire game.
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just so we all understand, Douglas continued, think we would all love to know where our cancer comes from. I simply, to a reporter, tried to give a little PSA announcement about HPV, a virus that can cause oral cancer, and is one of the few areas of cancer that can be controlled and there are vaccinations that kids can get. So that was my attempt. he echoed what his rep said on Monday that Douglas was pointing out the various possibilities that could lead to a cancer diagnosis, rather than saying what the specific cause was for him.

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