Interview FiveThe interview room in Finglas Garda Station is not a nice place to be at the best of times. It is small, stuffy and not designed for more than three people to use comfortably for any length of time. By 2.30pm on May 25th last year all five of its occupants were feeling stressed. Among them was a 13-year-old boy who had been answering questions for nearly ten hours over two days. His mother, who in the first interview had sat beside the boy holding his hand, had moved her chair further away. She appeared to become more distressed by every new question put to her son. The boy’s solicitor who had remained silent for most of the process, had begun to clash with the interviewing gardaí more frequently over their questioning. For detectives Donal Daly and his colleague Damien Gannon, the stress came from the knowledge that they had only a few more hours to get the boy, who would later become known to the public as Boy B, to reveal how 14-year-old Ana Kriégel had … [Read more...] about Ana Kriegel murder trial: The complete story
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In 2018, we had to say goodbye to many of our childhood heroes and beloved famous faces. No matter what you were interested in, or who you idolised, we all felt the loss of someone from the celebrity world last year- from political big-hitters like George H.W. Bush and Paddy Ashdown; to sporting stars Cyrille Regis and Eric Bristow; and icons of stage and screen from Stan Lee to June Whitfield, all will be greatly missed. Here in Cambridge, we had to bid farewell to Professor Stephen Hawking - one of the greatest minds in science. And the losses have continued into 2019, with the sad news that we have already lost such much-loved people such as WWE Hall of Famer "Mean" Gene Okerlund, Albert Finney, and England goalkeeping legend Gordon Banks. Here's a look at those we've lost in 2019, who have and will continue to inspire generations for years to come. An earlier version of this story appeared on Mirror Online. JUNE Jose Antonio Reyes Former Arsenal star Jose Antonio Reyes died on … [Read more...] about Celebrity deaths in 2019: Famous faces lost this year
The official slogan of the Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix is “Ignite the City.” But many Baku residents are less than fired up about the race, believing that the international exposure it brings to the country isn’t worth the many inconveniences to locals. This year’s race, to be held April 26-28, is the fourth iteration of the event. It’s part of a multi-pronged effort to attract international mega events to Baku, and by some measures it has been a success. The last two years, Baku has been chosen as the best race of the season by the official F1 fan community webpage. For one weekend a year, the eyes of racing’s vast global audience are on Baku and its glamorous façade. Organizers are expecting 87 million people around the world to watch on TV or the internet this year. In person attendance has continued to rise, and organizers say that increased international ticket sales mean they will beat last year’s attendance record of 94,000. … [Read more...] about Baku residents skeptical of Formula 1’s promise to “Ignite the City”
Family & Education By Hannah Richardson BBC News education and social affairs reporter 26 February 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/education-42979242 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel The thousands of lettings agents and landlords around … [Read more...] about Landlords who say ‘no DSS’ flout the law
It's interesting to hear assorted comments regarding the current craze to do just about everything online - apart from personal back scratching but give it time - if the following examples of clambering above the fast-moving telecoms age bandwagon is anything to go by.Roy is a ‘techno freak’ trying to keep up with the rest of the herd - having their mobile phone/tablet etc, plus his own ‘online presence’ (?) that now rules or has virtually overtaken his life. His latest panic is to go ‘paperless’, as in bills and invoices etc - nothing to do with hygiene management in ‘the little room’ in the house, which has has hit a minor setback.He was applying for a bus pass but as part of the process on the form he was filling in (I did ask why he didn’t do this on ‘online’ thingamajig as it is possible to do it, but his reason was he didn’t ‘trust it’ - ahem! - run that pass me again, Roy), it requests in the … [Read more...] about WARD’S WORLD: Are we drowning in technology?