'Some days you're on an even keel, but on others you'll think about it or be hearing something on TV about a family who have lost a loved one and it really hits you that your whole life has been turned upside down,' he said. … [Read more...] about Devastated parents of 23-year-old woman who vanished from a train station 30 years ago refuse to give up on finding her – as fresh new lead on the cold case emerges
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“AXA runs a global monitoring service which searches for sites taking advantage of the AXA brand, however in some instances these websites slip through the net,” said an AXA spokeswoman on Tuesday. “From our initial investigations, it seems this website may be fraudulent. The issue has been escalated to AXA Group Security.” … [Read more...] about Axe for fake AXA website – but what about all the other scam investment sites flooding the internet?
“People often reflect a country through the status of their sports whether it’s a rugby World Cup, the best tennis player in the world or football,” he says. “There is a great deal of pride and intrinsic value that comes from success on the sporting field and this is the biggest field Northern Ireland can ever step on to. In rugby Ireland plays as a single country. This is one of the few sports were we get the opportunity to represent the country on a stage that is bigger than the country. Nothing matches the World Cup. For us to be back on that stage would be such a big message for the country. … [Read more...] about How Michael O’Neill raised Northern Ireland’s game – in South America
9 November, Victoria Warehouse, Manchester. Then touring. Hüsker Dü: Savage Young Dü Hüsker Dü are one of 80s alt-rock’s great lost, pioneering bands: others, including Pixies and Nirvana, made far greater commercial capital from harnessing hardcore’s rage and noise to pop melodies, but Hüsker Dü did it first. Their back catalogue has long been in a state of disarray, never treated with the care and attention it deserves, until now: this exhaustive box set from Numero Group, chronicling their raw, warp-speed early years, is a treat and revelation. … [Read more...] about Miley, Morrissey and Marnie the opera: the essential pop, classical and jazz for autumn 2017
Haredi Jews are expected to donate at least 10% of their earnings to charity, so perhaps it’s no surprise that there is a volunteer organisation for almost everything. Hatzola, the 24/7 emergency medical response team, is perhaps the best known. Started in New York in the 1960s, it is the largest voluntary ambulance organisation in the world. The Stamford Hill branch has almost 50 volunteers and on a normal day might field 20 calls. At the peak of the crisis it was receiving 80 calls a day and had to rent extra ambulances to meet the demand. “Some members here took more calls during this period than others did in a year. It was just constant. Most calls were serious,” said Benjamin Stern, a Hatzola volunteer of 20 years. A community-funded campaign raised more than £200,000 in a few weeks to buy a new ambulance and two response cars. … [Read more...] about How a Haredi community in London is coping with coronavirus – photo essay