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
"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
When Enfield, along with Waltham Forest and Kingston, were awarded £30m each to transform cycling in their neighbourhoods, I was delighted. Since moving to the area a decade ago, I had grown increasingly frustrated with its predominant car-centric attitude. At the induction evening for my child’s primary school, the headteacher told us that cycling to school was banned and that, as much as they’d like to allow it, the roads just weren’t safe for children. Many arrive in the back of cars which battle for parking spaces and clog up the road. Coincidentally, childhood obesity in Enfield is among the highest 10% in the country in reception and year six (4 to 5-year-olds and 10 to 11-year-olds). … [Read more...] about Bike lane blues: why don’t businesses want a £30m cycle-friendly upgrade?
Newton rarely granted interviews, although in 1978 he agreed to a 55-minute show for Thames Television. He was disarming in the defence of his output. "I love vulgarity. I am very attracted by bad taste - it is a lot more exciting than that supposed good taste, which is nothing more than a standardised way of looking at things." He then immediately diffused the enfant terrible aspect he had just projected: "All that sadomasochism still looks interesting to me today. I always carry chains and padlocks in my car trunk, not for me but for my photos - by the way, I never make the knots real tight." … [Read more...] about Helmut Newton