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Many thanks to Shawn Kendrot and Tom Verhoeff for the help.

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Mrs. Alfreda Jones of Lethbridge, beloved wife of the late Mr. Jack Jones, passed away at the Legacy Lodge Care Facility on Monday, March 6, 2017 at the age of 96 years. A Funeral Service will be held at 1:00pm on Friday, March 10, 2017 at the MARTIN BROTHERS RIVERVIEW CHAPEL, 610 4 St., S., Lethbridge, Alberta with Canon Allan McCuaig, officiating. George (Deb), Susan (Barry) and twin sister Roxanne as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Ruth was predeceased by her mother Helen. at CHRISTENSEN SALMON GENERATIONS FUNERAL HOME, 703 13 Street North, Lethbridge.

ROY HAROLD ELLIS, beloved husband of the late Roberta Ellis, of Lethbridge passed away with family at his side on Tuesday, March 7, 2017 at the age of 85 years.

Born in Saskatchewan, Roy grew up loving sports playing football and hockey at Notre Dame College and later playing defense on the Lethbridge Hall of Fame Native Sons hockey team. With his family moving to Alberta, Roy began his military career, which he cherished, serving with the Royal Engineering Mechanics Division, and maintaining a lifelong association with the Royal Canadian Legion, General Stewart Branch No. 4 and Lethbridge United Services Institute.

Roy met Roberta while they both worked at the same Lethbridge business. Marrying soon after, they began building a life together, first by starting an automotive business that came to be known as Ellis Autodrome, where he proudly flew his large Canadian flag, which will continue to fly in his honour.

Along with many family members, they expanded their business interests to introduce Lethbridge to British Leyland sports cars and Saab sales and service. Along the way, they also purchased a brake manufacturing business among other successful enterprises. Together they employed many people while providing a gathering place for family activities including an outdoor skating rink that illustrated Roy and Roberta passion for family activities. They frequently loaded up the van with many neighborhood children and friends for weekly ski trips, kayaking, many hockey and skating events, camping, and family vacations in a variety of motorhomes, providing countless memorable experiences for everyone along the way.

After Roberta passing, Roy continued to find joy in his family and friends, including the staff and members of his new the Lethbridge Senior Citizens Organization. Roy cherished his daily lunch conversations and the extraordinary camaraderie of his Friday lunch group.

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Faron (Leanne) Ellis, Craig Ellis, and his grandson Cooper (Marija). He is also survived by his sister Eleanor and many in laws, family and friends.

Roy was predeceased by his parents Reginald and Regina Ellis, his in laws Ruby and Fletcher Robinson, his brother Gerald and in laws Walter Carthen, Don Robinson and John Hamilton.

On behalf of Roy we like to thank Chinook Regional Hospital staff and doctors for all the wonderful care.

At Roy request, a Private Family Celebration of His Life will occur at a later date. He is also survived by his aunt Mona Rae Black and cousins Jim (Tia) and family, Donna (Tyler) and family, and uncle Bob Black. Aunt Vicky Lynn Coates and cousin Amy.

Jay was predeceased by his father Robert John Taylor of Pincher Creek, AB in 2009 and his best friend, his Dalmatian Whiskey, which he rescued years prior.

Jay was born December 6, 1982 in Pincher Creek, AB where he attended school and had numerous accomplishments from his successful welding company, T H Welding. He also took pride in everything that he did.

Jay enjoyed spending time with his numerous friends and always had a contagious smile that lit up the room and always had a joke to go along with that. After he met Sage, he gained a passion for their cows and horses and little Marshall. He enjoyed everything outdoors from camping, hunting, fishing and his greatest pride was the ball team that he sponsored and played on (Off Constantly).

He loved being in with nature on his dirt bikes, going for drives and hunting. He would always say first and had his favourite hunting partners Collin Reners and little Jaxon with him.

Jay happiness was infectious and impacted all the people he knew and loved. He dedicated himself to the happiness of others and would never accept a favor in return. When anyone needed help Jay would humbly lend a hand.

Wes is survived by his wife of 54 years Catherine “Kay” Greer; daughters Kelly Switzer (Mark Hranac), Susan Greer, and Jean McCarthy (Ross McCarthy); grandchildren Scott Switzer (Sherry), Ryan Switzer (Chandler), Taryn Guzzi (Anthony), Gerry Campbell Greer, Craig McCarthy (Taralyn), Campbell McCarthy (Mallory), Brad McCarthy (Halle); great grandchildren Elisabeth, Tim, Bennett, Calvin and Sam; and his sisters Eileen Barber and Sharon Greer. He will be deeply missed by his many friends and relatives.

His 80 years of life were full. Wes was born in Weyburn, Sask and attended a one room schoolhouse. He had many escapades with his brothers and sisters on the farm, and after highschool worked construction in Regina. One cold January day in 1956, Wes climbed down from the roof he was shingling and went straight to the local recruiting office. Thus began a nine year adventure as a flight navigator for the RCAF that took him around the world.
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The two go back to their time as teammates with the London Knights during the 2008 09 season, when Tavares joined Kadri following a trade from Oshawa. Kadri has not brought the kind of scoring consistency to the NHL that Tavares has, though the Leafs centre is capable. One of Kadri or Auston Matthews will draw Tavares, while the other will get rookie Mathew Barzal. Either way, a couple of contentious matchups await.

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A big reason why Mike Babcock did not mess with his lines upon returning from the all star break: lines were fine, but I liked the work ethic, I liked the speed of the team. I liked the way we got after it instead of standing around watching it. The Leafs were good in wins in Chicago and Dallas, and Babcock wants to see the same at home.

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3. Tavares on tap

The best players shrug off outside distractions with ease, and that can be said for John Tavares, who is headed for unrestricted free agency this summer but was sitting in fifth in NHL scoring. Tavares is a force with the puck and has given the Leafs trouble in the past, recording 26 points in 26 games, including 12 goals (with four game winners).

4. Barzal a handful

A couple of Leafs Travis Dermott and Mitch Marner who have played with the Islanders Mathew Barzal for Canada junior team know he can be difficult to contain. Barzal, with 51 points, was running away with the rookie scoring lead. Dermott said. can take off like no one else. He can make you look stupid. Forget the race

Auston Matthews was saying on Tuesday that the Leafs be complacent even though their playoff spot in the standings seems assured. That attitude would be handy against an Islanders team that arrived early Wednesday morning after playing at home against Florida. The Leafs need to take control against a possibly weary club.
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But there were also the gradual lifestyle changes that you don’t always notice when they’re happening kind of like watching a child grow older. Here’s an alphabetical look at 50 things that changed our lives since the beginning of the millennium:

AIRPORTS: Remember when you didn’t have to take your shoes off before getting on a plane? Remember when you could bring a bottled drink on board? Terrorism changed all that.

ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE: From acupuncture to herbal supplements to alternative ways of treating cancer, alternative medicine became more mainstream than ever.

APPS: There’s an app for that! The phrase comes from Apple iPhone advertising, but could apply to the entire decade’s gadget explosion, from laptops to GPS systems (want your car to give you directions to Mom’s house in Chinese, or by a Frenchwoman named Virginie? There was an app for that.)

AARP cards . for boomers! Some prominent Americans turned 50 this decade: Madonna. Prince. Ellen DeGeneres. The Smurfs. Michael Jackson who also died at 50. And some prominent “”early boomers” turned 60: Bruce Springsteen and Meryl Streep, for example.

AGING: Nobody seemed to look their age anymore: Clothes for 50 year old women started looking more like clothes for 18 year olds, tweens looked more like teens, long hair was popular for all ages, and in many ways women’s fashion seemed to morph into one single age group.

BLOG: I blog, you blog, he blogs . How did we spend our time before blogging? There are more than 100 million of these Web logs out there in cyberspace.

BLACKBERRIES: Considered essential by corporate CEOs and moms planning playdates. Introduced in 2002, the smartphone version is now used by more than 28 million people, according to its maker, Research In Motion Ltd.

BOOK CLUBS: Thanks in part to Oprah Winfrey, the decade saw not only a profusion in book discussion clubs but a growing reliance on them by publishers.

CABLE: Cable 24 hour news made the evening network news seem quaint, cable dramas reaped Emmys . and at decade’s end, even Oprah was making the move to cable.

CAMERAS: Remember those trips to get film developed? Nope? Even your grandmother has a digital camera, and she’s probably e mailing you photos right now or uploading them to a photo sharing site.

CELEBRITY CULTURE: Celebrity magazines fed a growing obsession with celebrities and the everyday minutiae of their lives. By decade’s end, we were still obsessed, though Britney Spears and Angelina Jolie had ceded many covers to reality stars like Jon and Kate Gosselin. Celebrity Web sites like TMZ took hold mid decade. population and for some have replaced land lines entirely. On the downside, they’ve made cheating on a spouse more difficult just ask Tiger Woods.

CHEFS: Chefs are hot! The Food Network, whose viewership tripled this decade, reeled in viewers with high voltage personalities like Rachael Ray and Bobby Flay, Emeril Lagasse and Giada De Laurentis. Meryl Streep starred in a cinematic pean to the late Julia Child.

CONNECTIVITY: As in, we’re all expected to be connected, wirelessly, all the time. Boss e mails you on a Sunday? Better answer, unless you’re off in Antarctica you have no excuse.

COUGARS: A new TV series called “”Cougar Town” focuses on a phenomenon that gained its name this decade: women dating younger men.

CROCS: Those ubiquitous plastic clogs debuted in 2002 and became the shoes you loved to hate. Kids love ’em, but there are Web groups dedicated to their destruction. Not to be deterred: First lady Michelle Obama, who wore them on vacation in 2009.

DANCING: Dancing never went out of style, but this decade saw the huge popularity of dancing contests like “”So You Think You Can Dance” and “”Dancing With the Stars.”

DATING: Dating was transformed like everything else by Internet sites, rendering other ways of meeting people obsolete. And it wasn’t just the territory of the relatively young: Seniors found love online, too.

DVRs: Suddenly, DVR ing is a verb, and what it means is this: There’s no reason to know anymore what channel your program is on, and what time.

EMBARRASSMENT ENTERTAINMENT: Embarrassment has always been part of comedy you need only think of Don Rickles but this is the decade of cringe worthy Larry David in “”Curb Your Enthusiasm,” Ricky Gervais, and of course Sacha Baron Cohen, who as Borat and Bruno shamed perhaps the entire country.

FACEBOOK: Can you believe this social networking site was once limited only to Harvard students? Now it’s a time sucking obsession for more than 300 million users globally and a whole new form of social etiquette: Who to friend on Facebook?

FAT: This was the decade that fat became the enemy of the state. New York City banned trans fats, and Alabama second in national obesity rankings introduced a tax on overweight state workers.

FOODIE: It’s not just that guy in the White House who liked arugula this was the decade of the foodie, when we all developed gourmet palates. Even a burger became a gourmet item as in Daniel Bouloud’s truffle burger, stuffed with foie gras and short ribs.

GOING GREEN: From the kind of light bulbs we use to the kind of shopping bags we carry to the cars we drive, “”going green” took hold this decade. Now, it’s not strange to hear a schoolkid tell a parent to use a cloth grocery bag.

GOOGLE: This was the decade that Google became a part of our brain function. You know that guy who was in that movie when was it? Just Google it.

GPS: We can’t get lost anymore or at least it’s pretty hard, with the ubiquitous GPS systems. But you’d better type in your location carefully: One couple made a 400 mile mistake this year by typing “”Carpi” rather than “”Capri.”

HELICOPTER PARENTING: Translation: helicopters hover, and so do many parents. After years of obsessive attention to safety and achievement of the youngest children, some said a backlash was under way.
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PITTSFIELD Week 1 of the Berkshire County Alpine season provided an appetizer of sorts for ski fans. With a preseason full of spin classes, weight training, yoga and team bonding out of the way, the Giant Slalom course at Bousquet Ski Area offered a taste of what is to come this winter as the competition heats up.

At the head of each section, that competition will be plenty hot, indeed, as both team firsts were decided by fewer than 10 total seconds. In the boys race, young newcomer Michael Mansfield of Pittsfield was victorious by a mere .36 seconds and three other racers finished within a second of him.

“I’ve been coming here the last couple years watching my brothers racing,” said Mansfield. “I was pretty excited to go here. I knew it was going to be a fun race. My competition was to beat my brothers, and I guess I did it. It was a fun set, nothing too difficult.”

On the girls side, Lenox’s Abby Kate Caproni took home first prize a bit more comfortably, cruising down the hill to the tune of 49.06 seconds. Monument Mountain’s Carly Terranova was second in 51.26.

“It felt pretty fast, felt like the gates were coming up pretty quick, but for the most part it was a pretty solid run,” said Caproni. “We trained really hard and our coaches have worked to make sure we’re really prepared. My goal tonight was to go out, ski fast, have fun and do my best.”

Mansfield helped the Generals to a Week 1 win, overcoming a fully healthy Wahconah squad that appears to be the dominant juggernaut many predicted seasons ago when a trio of freshmen burst onto the scene. However, the Warriors were handicapped by defending state slalom champion Tanner Hill’s DNF. The junior standout spun out midway through his run. Hill was one of seven DNFs on the evening, as a heavy dusting of fresh snow thickened things just before race time.

Wahconah still possesses more than enough talent to make up for one man going down, and showcased that by still posting a 207.14, led by Kyle Brogan’s fourth place finish.

“It’s going to be really interesting to see how this pans out,” said Brogan. “Course was a little soft out there today, but it was great to hear from everyone, all the coaches helping out. It was unfortunate for Tanner, but he definitely helped the rest of us.”

However, this was never going to be a cake walk for the Warriors, who get junior Drew Dunham (sixth overall) back from a broken leg. Mansfield, a freshman, joins his two older brothers David (second overall, 47.36) and Josh (seventh overall) to headline a Generals squad that means business in 2018.

“I skied a little bit conservatively. I can certainly perform better, but Michael and David did great, we didn’t have to tell Michael anything, he’s good enough already,” said Josh Mansfield. “Wahconah is definitely our competition right now with Tanner and Kyle and Drew back, and there was another kid wearing a Jiminy coat I don’t know who he is. But I think we can beat them.”

Pittsfield posted a combined time of 198.77 to win Week 1, with Owen Gutzmer finishing out the scoring in 13th place.

“Tanner is really good, but so are we,” added David Mansfield. “We’ve both got really strong teams this year.”

Without Hill, Wahconah got solid scoring performances from Dominic Scalise and Tommy Dunham.

“I’m happy about it,” Drew Dunham said of the competition. “It makes it a lot more fun for us. I think if we all finish, we’ll have a good shot at taking Berkshire County. But there is a lot of good competition.”

Dunham said he was just trying to get down in the top 15 for his first high school race back on the mountain after injury ended his sophomore run.

“It’s great. He’s another really great racer for us. It definitely helps our points a lot,” said Brogan of his teammate. “We’ve got the Mansfield brothers to compete with, I’ve raced with them growing up and they’re good competition. I think it’ll be a good matchup this year.”

Individually, Taconic’s Andrew King and Monument Mountain’s Raphael Kummer Landau impressed. King was third to Michael and David Mansfield in 47.71,
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while Kummer Landau rounded out the top five with a 48.38.

Competition appears to be just as fierce on the girls side. Though Terranova crossed a full 2.22 seconds after her Lenox foe, she was still the driving force behind a slim Monument team victory.

“That’s absolutely fantastic and it makes me so happy,” said Terranova when informed of the team results.

The Spartans totaled up to 210.91. Caproni’s sub 50 made things tight, but the Millionaires succumbed to the depth of a Monument program boasting over 30 skiers. Lenox’s Molly Knight snuck into third place, .01 second in front of Monument’s Adelaide McFarland. However, McFarland was quickly backed up by teammate Emily Martsen a hair under 53 seconds. Lenox got the next skier in after Wahconah’s Aspen Burke, but Ava Bachman clocked in at 54.66 and Emma McTeigue wrapped up Monument’s scoring at 55.06.

“We have a pretty young team, but the five of us girls all love skiing. We come out here and work hard,” said Caproni. “I think we’ll have a good season ahead of us.”

Wahconah placed third, with Burke leading the way in 54.14 and Danni Orlando landing ninth. Taconic’s Morgan Schnauber rounded out the top 10, while Pittsfield’s Carolyn Guachione was 11th.

Team results 1. Monument Mountain 210.91; 2. Lenox 216.08; 3. Wahconah 232.54; 4. Pittsfield 235.42; 5. Taconic 2105.11.

Top 15 1. Abby Kate Caproni (L) 49.04; 2. Carly Terranova (MM) 51.26; 3. Molly Knight (L) 51.63; 4. Adelaide McFarland (MM) 51.64; 5. Emily Martsen (MM) 52.95; 6. Aspen Burke (W) 54.14; 7. Ava Bachman (L) 54.66; 8. Emma McTeigue (MM) 55.06; 9. Danni Orlando (W) 55.54; 10. Morgan Schnauber (T) 55.91; 11. Carolyn Guachione (P) 56.42; 12. Sydney Ruggiero (MM) 57.03; 13. Dakota Grosz (P) 57.74; 14. CeCe Dunham (W) 57.75; 15. Pittsfield 198.77; 2. Wahconah 207.14; 3. Monument Mountain 213.66; 4. Lenox 216.86; 5. Taconic 234.06.

Top 15 1. Michael Mansfield (P) 47.00; 2. David Mansfield (P) 47.36; 3. Andrew King (T) 47.71; 4. Kyle Brogan (W) 47.73; 5. Raphael Kummer Landau (MM) 48.38; 6. Drew Dunham (W) 49.62; 7. Josh Mansfield (P) 49.97; 8. Max DiGrigoli (L) 50.34; 9. Keegan Leach (MM) 51.90; 10. Zach Suffish (L) 52.60; 11. Anthony Arace (T) 53.03; 12. Dominic Scalise (W) 53.79; 13. Owen Gutzmer (P) 54.44; 14. Tommy Dunham (W) 56.00;
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Peyton Manning, the No. 1 pick in the 1998 NFL draft, was a 25 year old, fourth year quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts. He was making his 51st career regular season start as he led his 2 0 Colts into Foxborough that Sunday afternoon.

Tom Brady, the 199th pick in the 2000 NFL draft, was 24 years old and making his first career start after filling in for the injured Drew Bledsoe the week before. The Patriots were 0 2, losing to the Bengals and Jets to start the season.

How did the NFL’s greatest rivalry begin? With Brady and the Patriots beating Manning and the Colts 44 13 in a game defined more by defense than quarterback play. The Patriots forced four turnovers and intercepted Manning three times while Brady (13 of 23, 168 yards) played cautiously and mistake free. The Patriots returned two interceptions for touchdowns and Antowain Smith ran for 94 yards and two touchdowns.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Never cared much for the Roman numerals affixed to Super Bowls. They make the NFL look pompous, arrogant and self aggrandizing. They make the NFL come off as all bread, circuses and Donald Trump.

Which, of course, is exactly what the NFL intended. But here we are in the AFC Championship Game with a trip to Super Bowl 50 at stake anticipating the 17th meeting between the future Hall of Fame quarterbacks.

As both inch toward their 40th birthdays, Sunday could well be the last time Brady and Manning stand toe to toe on the field. Manning, 39 and slowed by injuries, is a shadow of his former self and has hinted that this might be his final season.

Former NFL quarterback Joe Theisman might have said it best, telling the Associated Press: “This is Jesse James and Wyatt Earp standing out in the street at high noon for the last showdown.”

Brady, 38, is bidding for his seventh Super Bowl appearance and fifth title. He has won 11 of the 16 meetings with Manning, whom he calls a friend. Manning only has one Super Bowl ring.

“I think playing someone 17 times is pretty cool,” Brady said this week. “Especially someone as great as him.”

They’re the best two quarterbacks doing it. Of course everybody wants to see them compete against each other.

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Their names will forever be linked when it is time to list the great rivalries in sports. Rivalries so intense and memorable that no first names are needed. Brady Manning. Ali Frazier. Russell Chamberlain. Bird Magic, Williams DiMaggio, Nicklaus Palmer.

Both have had controversies this season (Brady and the never ending Deflategate saga; Manning denying an Al Jazeera report that he was supplied with human growth hormones in 2011).

Yet each has gone on, and the quarterbacks have somehow, some way, found themselves facing off in an important game. Manning seemed finished this season, sometimes struggling even while the Broncos won their first seven before he was later sidelined with plantar fasciitis. With Brock Osweiler playing well he was at the helm of a victory over the Patriots in Week 12 it seemed Manning’s time was done.

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the victory clinching home field throughout the playoffs for Denver. His numbers in that game 5 for 9, 59 yards passing, no TDs did not stand out but this did: Manning led the Broncos to scores on four of five possessions.

He then started in a 23 16 playoff win over the Steelers in which Denver trailed 13 12 heading into the final quarter. Manning completed 21 of 37 passes for 222 yards and no TDs. Again, the stats were not Peyton like. So he enters the title game as something of a mystery with just nine touchdown passes and 17 interceptions, displaying little arm strength and surviving mostly on intelligence.

“He’s so accurate, he throws it on time, he knows where everybody on the field is, offensively [and] defensively,” Brady said. “He knows how to look defenders off, put the ball in the right location so his guys can catch and run with it. I think he’s just a great pocket passer and he’s incredibly accurate [and] throws on time. He’s been a remarkable player.”

Manning has outside weapons in Demaryius Thomas (105 catches) and Emmanuel Sanders (76). Anderson).

There’s enough talent to concern the Patriots, but Manning? He is 410 of 657 for 4,809 yards, 33 touchdowns and 22 interceptions in the 16 games against Brady. His team has averaged 24.5 points and his quarterback rating is 87.4.

Bill Belichick and his defensive coaches know Manning well.

“They have an excellent defense,” Manning said. “That’s players, that’s defensive coaches, the defensive coordinator. Matt Patricia has been there a number of years. He’s done a heck of a job, been in a lot of big games. They have excellent players, excellent coaches, and that makes for a really good defense.”

On the other side, Brady remains very much the core of New England’s offense. At 38, he threw for 4,770 yards, 36 touchdowns and seven interceptions during the regular season. In his meetings with Manning the equivalent of one season Brady is 367 of 553 for 4,013 yards, 31 touchdowns and 13 interceptions for a quarterback rating of 96.5.

The Patriots have virtually no running game, but Brady can spread the ball among tight end Rob Gronkowski and receivers Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola.

“They can throw it every down and win,” Broncos defensive coordinator Wade Phillips said. “Nobody else can do that. No one in football can throw it over 50 times and win except Tom Brady, and it’s with or without all his guys. Now they’ve got all their guys. It’s a big challenge.”

Manning backers can hold onto this: Brady is just 2 2 in the playoffs against Manning, losing the last two meetings. The last time they met with a trip to the Super Bowl at stake was two years ago in Denver and Manning prevailed.
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Mad ferret the boozing, buttie nicking squatterIT is a builder’s nightmare arriving at work to find a squatter tucking into your freshly made sandwiches. But the intruder faced by TV presenter and property developer Sian Astley was cuter than the average intruder she was a seven month old brown ferret called Tessa.12:04, 21 DEC 2009Updated21:34, 17 JAN 2013Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!

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IT is a builder’s nightmare arriving at work to find a squatter tucking into your freshly made sandwiches.

But the intruder faced by TV presenter and property developer Sian Astley was cuter than the average intruder she was a seven month old brown ferret called Tessa.

Sian, 40, was working on a Georgian cottage close to her Fallowfield home when she heard screams from builders downstairs.

“I popped my head down the open stairway and saw something small and dark, carrying a piece of bread, scuttling across the floor and disappearing behind the rubble bags.”

Sian tried to get through to the RSPCA but got no answer so she took matters into her own hands.

She said: “I dashed home for a box, a blanket, some duck tape, hardy gloves in case she wasn’t quite so friendly, and some chopped raw liver.

“By the time I’d got back,
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one of the builders had her in a little box. We tipped her into mine and off I set walking back home, holding a ferret in a Christmas decoration box.

“At home, I made sure Mia the cat was safely upstairs and let the ferret out in the kitchen. She explored everywhere then nibbled at some liver, hid some behind the boiler, had a drink, sniffed my Uggs, then went back into the box and nodded off.”

Sian took pictures of the ferret and stuck a ‘found a ferret!’ poster to lampposts in the area.

Relieved owners Lynda Thompson, 24, and Cathy McKinlay, 20, saw the posters and were soon reunited with their pet. Lynda said: “Tessa was lost for four days. It was heartbreaking. We got a chicken wire fence purposely built in our garden so she wouldn’t escape but a delivery boy left the gate open and she got out.”

The MMU student said ferrets are wonderful pets.

She said: “They are the funniest creatures. Ferrets are the students of the animal world.

“They sleep for 18 hours a day and the rest of the time they dance around like maniacs. Particularly when they get hold of some beer. We have to be careful not to leave any out or she finds it and drinks it all.”

Sian was glad she found Tessa’s owners so quickly.

She said: “Tessa was delighted to be reunited with her owners, and off they went, leaving me with a blanket to wash,
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a piece of liver still to retrieve from behind the boiler and a lingering ferret aroma in the hall.”

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A series of rolling raids by enforcement officers in the rag trade area of Manchester over seven days have recovered around 2m ($3.1m) worth of items suspected of being counterfeit.

Goods from Manchester and Salford can find their way anywhere in the country. We have examples of products in the Shetland Islands and Cornwall as well as parts of Scotland and the south eastPete Astley, Trading Standards

In one of the premises, officers found a workshop hidden behind wall panels in which it is suspected that counterfeit Ugg boots were being made.

Pete Astley, a chief Trading Standards officer sitting on the national Intellectual Property Crime Group, which represents Trading Standards, the police and businesses told 5 live Investigates: “Manchester and Salford is the centre of counterfeiting and piracy in the UK.

“We have areas in these cities where the market is very well developed and you’ll find everything and anything being sold in those areas.

“The supply chains are very organised within the north west [of England] region and they supply other parts of the country with counterfeit goods.

“Goods from Manchester and Salford can find their way anywhere in the country.

“Trading Standards have tried to tackle it but it’s become such a size that they’re struggling.”

A spokesman for Manchester City Council says: “We believe this criminality to be serious and we will do what we can to crackdown on it.”

In neighbouring Salford, an open air market attached to the city’s main shopping centre is to close because of concerns that more fake goods were being sold than legitimate products.

The owners of the market Salford Estates say the decision to shut the market from the end of January 2012 had been taken in part because of the “persistent sale of counterfeit goods”.

The recent raids in Manchester show that the government, through the Intellectual Property Office, is working hard to crackdown on the trading of counterfeit goodsDeptartment of Business, Innovation and Skills

A survey of Trading Standards departments conducted by the Intellectual Property Crime Group found that one third of the 82 departments that responded had reduced their level of enforcement to tackle fake goods compared to the previous year.

They blamed cutbacks, insufficient resources and competing priorities.

Glyn Roberts says: “We can gather evidence for Trading Standards to take action and they’ll say that their case load is too big, ‘well we might be able to cover it in six weeks time’ so it can be very frustrating.

“We have known of instances where we have cleared market stalls, and within 35 to 40 minutes of a stall being emptied it’s being restocked. So it’s coming from very well concealed parts of the market and from vans.”

A spokesman for the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), said: “The recent raids in Manchester show that the government, through the Intellectual Property Office, is working hard to crackdown on the trading of counterfeit goods.

“BIS consulted in the summer on improving the consumer enforcement landscape, strengthening the national organisation of Trading Standards to boost action against rogue traders both those selling counterfeit goods and those using other scams and sharp practices to mislead or cheat consumers.

“The results of this consultation will be announced early in the new year.”

You can hear the full report on 5 live Investigates on Sunday, 18 December at 21:00 GMT on BBC Radio 5 live. You can also listen via the 5 live website or by downloading the 5 live Investigates podcast. The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read about our approach to external linking.
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