The mother of the man currently jailed in connection with the disappearance of his estranged wife Jennifer Dulos died in freak accident after she was run over by a 24-year-old family employee in a Land Rover, DailyMail.com has exclusively learned. Fotis Dolus' mother, Kleopatra Dulos, 77, passed away shortly after the September 6, 2010 incident in the driveway of the family home on Deercliff Road in Avon, Connecticut. The Deercliff Road home is a short walk from the Jefferson Crossing mansion from which Dulos was taken by police escort on Friday night, seen in exclusive photos by DailyMail.com. Dulos, 51, and his girlfriend Michelle Troconis, 44, were arrested this weekend for alleged evidence tampering and hindering prosecution in the investigation into his wife's disappearance. Mother-of-five Jennifer, 50, has been missing since May 24. Missing mother Jennifer Dulos' mother-in-law, Kleopatra Dulos, 77, died after an accident in the driveway of the family's former home on … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: Mother of Connecticut husband arrested in connection with his wife’s disappearance died in a freak accident after being run over by Land Rover driven by couple’s 24-year-old ‘nanny’ in their driveway
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An Alaska Airlines flight was forced to land at Kansas City International Airport after an unruly passenger threatened the safety of the aircraft by allegedly trying to enter the cockpit and making a 'verbal threat to do harm to the plane'. The incident took place on Thursday afternoon and a video clip appears to show the man who created the diversion to the Midwest and ended up being taken into the custody of law enforcement officers. The flight was bound from New York to Los Angeles with 177 passengers and six crew members aboard all of whom were inconvenienced after the man was told he could not use the bathroom in the First Class section of the aircraft. The airline said the 'combative, unruly passenger' threatened crew members and the aircraft's safety. The passenger has not been named. Scroll down for video Alaska Airlines flight was forced to land at Kansas City International Airport Thursday after an unruly passenger 'threatened the safety of the … [Read more...] about Alaska Airlines flight from JFK to LAX is forced to land in Kansas City after a passenger ‘tries to storm the cockpit and threatens to harm crew because he wasn’t allowed to use the First Class bathrooms’
Homeowners in a Sydney apartment complex may be banned from entering the property until next year over concerns the land may be toxic. The Sugarcube building in Erskineville was completed in May 2018 but remains empty as the developer and the City of Sydney battle over safety concerns. While both parties have been locked in the bitter dispute - homeowers have been left in limbo. The owner of a one-bedroom $715,000 apartment told the ABC he had doubts of a settlement any time soon. Experts have claimed it will likely take at least another six months to be resolved. The Sugarcube building in Erskineville (pictured) is the fourth apartment block in Sydney to be deserted over safety concerns Approval for the construction of both the Sugarcube Apartments and Honeycomb Terraces was dependent on strict conditions for cleaning up the land and groundwater and including accredited auditors in the process. The groundwater had been contaminated and there were detections of … [Read more...] about Homeowners are unable to return to their apartments until next year over concerns the land underneath the building could be TOXIC
Wildlife charities have slammed gardeners who carpet their lawns with artificial grass, claiming the trend is threatening birds and bugs. The sterile plastic turf is increasing in popularity with Britons who are too busy to mow their lawns, according to the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS). But the artificial grass does not provide food or shelter for wildlife, with campaigners warning gardens are important sanctuaries for birds, small mammals and insects. Artificial grass (file photo) is increasing in popularity with Britons who are too busy to cut their garden, according to the Royal Horticultural Society WHAT IS THE STATE OF THE EARTH'S SPECIES? Two species of vertebrate, animals with a backbone, have gone extinct every year, on average, for the past century.- Currently around 41 per cent of amphibian species and more than a quarter of mammals are threatened with extinction.- There are an estimated 8.7 million plant and animal species on our planet and about 86 percent of … [Read more...] about Conservationists slam gardeners for using artificial grass which ‘ruins habitats’ and is ‘terrible for birds, butterflies and bees’
I want to buy a tiny patch of my next door neighbour's garden which is taking a chunk out of my garden space. How do I go about it? How do I know how much to offer? What legal advice will I need, and how do I check who officially owns it? Rachel (via email) Buying a tiny patch of land from your neighbour should be a straight-forward process The MailOnline's Myra Butterworth replies: 'Buying a small piece of land from your neighbour may seem initially like quite a straight-forward process, beginning and ending with offering a price. 'However, it is worth doing your research beforehand as there are a number of avenues that you may not have explored, which could - unnecessarily - trip you up.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next How much would you pay to live in a posh shed? Renovated tin... Tenants spend two thirds of their take-home pay on rent as... Would you live on a £1million luxury houseboat? Homes come... Bog standard 1960s terraced … [Read more...] about Property clinic: I want to buy a patch of my neighbour’s garden which is taking a chunk out of my land – how do I go about it and how much do I offer?