Information from anyone who has knowledge of Keane’s movements from when he was last seen on Sunday 11th January 2020 at approximately 6pm in the vicinity of Dominic’s Bridge, Drogheda. Information or dashcam footage from anyone in the Moatview Drive, Moatview Gardens Dublin 17 area on Monday 13th January 2020 from 9pm – 10pm. Information on the movements of a blue Volvo S40 bearing false registration plates 141 MO 1925 which was abandoned and set on fire in the Trinity Terrace, Dublin 3 area on the morning of Wednesday 15th January at approximately 1.30am. Information on the whereabouts of a blue Volvo S40, 161 D 48646, which was the subject of an unauthorised taking from Sandymount, Co. Dublin on 15th December 2019. Information on the clothing Keane was wearing at the time he went missing. … [Read more...] about First picture of teenage boy whose severed body parts were found in sports bag
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It was a first grand slam title for the 18-year-old qualifier who was given a US flag by Kozlov at the trophy presentation. “At the end when we were holding the American flag, I was [thinking]: ‘This is pretty special,’” Rubin said. “Hopefully we’ll keep rising together and none of us will fall off, and as a group we’ll get to the top and show the results America wants.” … [Read more...] about Wimbledon 2014: Noah Rubin offers US hope by winning boys’ title
'Because they've got such a complex network, and you've got something like 40 odd flights scheduled a day, the main thing is to keep up the integrity of the rest of the network, like a Melbourne to Gold Coast, where there's only two or three [flights],' he told 3AW. … [Read more...] about Revealed: Worst airlines in Australia for cancellations – and the budget options perform relatively well
"I asked him why there were lines and dots on the picture and he said he had drawn the butternut squash before and after it had been cut open. … [Read more...] about Boy draws a butternut squash and the hilarious result leaves his mum red-faced
Talking to council officers and studying the Cycle Enfield plans, it seems many of the claims made in a postcard from the Save Our Green Lanes campaign don’t stack up. It’s not true that “cyclists would have priority over ALL other road users”; that “local people wouldn’t be able to park in Palmers Green and Winchmore Hill to use their local shops, restaurants etc”; or that “businesses wouldn’t be able to receive deliveries”. But even if much of what is written seems misleading, it is accessible and easily digestible – and, going up against a 17-page council consultation document, it seems to be winning local hearts and minds. … [Read more...] about Bike lane blues: why don’t businesses want a £30m cycle-friendly upgrade?