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[3/5] 'Nice Buns' | SAN Network

Written by Dom. (Posted by Yassin)


'Nice Buns' Review
By Lilliana Nakajima  Published 10th of February 2018
 

'Nice Buns', a snug breakfast shop tucked away in a quiet area of Montgomery.
Overall Rating: ♦♦♦♦


Atmosphere: ♦♦♦♦♦
The atmosphere of this restaurant is absolutely amazing. Quiet, homely, and safe. Five stars for this aspect.

Service: ♦♦♦♦♦
The service I received was very good and did not take too long. However, the shop was quite busy and there was only one person working the counter. He had to work the register as well as make the orders. Hire some more help!

Quality: ♦♦♦♦♦
The home-brewed coffee and homemade donuts were simply divine. The quality of the products makes this little restaurant a perfect place to stop for a hot cup of coffee on a cold morning before heading off to work.

Aesthetic: ♦♦♦♦♦
The building, unfortunately, looks too chain restaurant-like. I think that a uniquely-designed interior would attract more customers, as well as attract more potential employees who would enjoy working in a unique atmosphere.

Organisation: ♦♦♦♦♦
Despite how obviously understaffed the restaurant was when I came in, the one person behind the counter was very organized. The restaurant is very clean and everything seems to be in just the right place.

Location: ♦♦♦♦♦
Montgomery. Not very much to be said about this town. Despite being in such a controversial town, it's tucked away in a quiet corner of the town not very frequented. Because of this, it seems to be a safe, desirable locale.

Detail: ♦♦♦♦
I really didn't see much in the way of detail. There's no artwork, no photography, no fitting music. This can be improved.

Entertainment: ♦♦♦♦
There was no entertainment.


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Internships Available at San Andreas News Network | SAN Network

Written by Beth (Posted by Yassin)


Internships Available at San Andreas News Network
By Pippa Ashworth • Published 10th February 2018
 

San Andreas News Network has undergone a considerable amount of changes lately, one of the many being the Internship program - which is currently hiring!

It has now become easier to get your foot onto a new career path, in fact, you can become a fully fledged Junior Reporter in just 5* (*excluding the application) steps. SANN's new leadership have introduced an improved training scheme meaning that with the support of supervisory staff you could be stepping into your new job in less than a month!


An example of the new training scheme

As well as improvements to recruitment, SAN Network would like to introduce three key opportunities:

SAN Feed
SAN Feed is a new and modern take on the entertainment industry. Taking inspiration from the articles you often see on social media, SAN Feed aims to provide a quick and easy reading that'll make you smile and often feel a little nostalgic. With articles such as "10 Things You'll Remember If...", this new idea adds a personal touch not only for the writer but for the reader too.

Events Growth
With SAN Network's new CEO coming from an events background, it's only logical that events would become a forefront in the upcoming months. Easter is fast approaching and with other ideas on the horizon, you can expect big things heading to San Andreas.

Staff Bonuses
It's only fair that people who put in so much effort should receive a reward for their work. That's why SANN will be looking to encourage excellent productivity through bonus schemes and intra-company competitions. ((For example, we currently have a competition ongoing to win up to $750k for great media contribution!))

Why not give something new a try? Apply today!


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All Change for SAN Network | SAN Network

Written by Beth (Posted by Yassin)


All Change for SAN Network
By Pippa Ashworth • Published 7th February 2018
 

San Andreas' longest-serving news agency has received a complete overhaul in the past few days, including the introduction of a new management team. In a decision made by the network's board of directors, previous CEO Tyrell Price was amicably removed in order to push the organization into a new and improved direction. 

The boards' replacement of choice, Pippa Ashworth, has already stepped in with new branding; resources and a wave of plans in just two days. Joined by ex-Free Eagle Co-Owner Lulu Woodard, the pair have also succeeded in a merger with the San Andreas Writers' Society, hiring their Vice President as Network Manager.

Miss Ashworth released the following statement.


SAN Network is definitely going to be a challenge, but one I'm excited to be a part of. As I've recently moved to San Andreas, I thoroughly look forward to meeting new people as part of this transition, especially further getting to know the current employees of SANN.

Personally coming from an events background, I will be implementing more initiatives and events for the local community as well as working closely with the team to continue producing quality content.


With the networks profits up by just short of $4,000,000 since their succession, it'd appear to be all systems go for the new executive team.

The network aims to keep you informed of their new plans and sincerely hope you notice a visible improvement. SAN Network staff would also like to thank you for your continued support.

Do you wish to embark on a new career path? SAN Network is now hiring! Click here for more information.


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SAN Network CEO Loses Court Battle

Written by Beth (Posted by Yassin)


 

SAN Network CEO Loses Court Battle

By Elena Green • 05/01/18 

 


SAN Network CEO Tyrell Price has found himself in deep water today following the conclusion of a long-standing court case, began by himself, against charges placed on him by the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office.

Represented by equally controversial lawyer Sarah McOnelly and John Thever, a colleague and ex-colleague of Price's respectively, the case was launched against the charges "§221.000: Obstruction of Justice - Non-Traffic Misdemeanor"; "§208.000: Failure to Comply - Non-Traffic Misdemeanor"; and "§114.000: Reckless Driving - Traffic Law" placed on Price on 22nd November 2017. 

The charges came to fruition when Mr. Price joined a SACSO pursuit, deeming it "news-worthy". It was claimed that "he, therefore, started to follow the pursuit in a safe and responsible manner, constantly remaining behind the pursuit line and allowing for any Deputy to pass him and to get in front of him" - a claim proved incorrect by strong supporting evidence from a recently deceased Deputy.

A video was presented to the court by Mr. Deacon Bohannon, representing his own department, showing the ex-San Andreas State Police Lieutenant tailing the pursuit, even getting into the pursuit line himself. Requests made by Deputies for Mr. Price to pull over were ignored and a sub-pursuit ensued.

All charges were ruled by Chief Justice King as valid and thus upheld.

With a network run by the girlfriend of a drug dealer and a convicted ex-law enforcement officer, is the San Andreas News Network really a source worth trusting?


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