Missing Dog: Male Terrier found in Falcarragh

first_imgA male terrier dog has been found in Falcarragh.The terrier (see above) was found on Station Road, Falcarragh on Wednesday morning before being transported to the dog shelter.If this is your dog, he can be reclaimed at the Dog Shelter. The shelter can also be contacted at 074 91 25159 between 10.30am and 1.30pm daily (except Sundays).Missing Dog: Male Terrier found in Falcarragh was last modified: April 17th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:MISSING DOGlast_img read more

“Arngast” GC1JC94 GEOCACHE OF THE WEEK – April 25, 2011

first_img“Arngast”Discover a lost island in Germany while attempting to claim a smiley on the EarthCache “Arngast” (GC1JC94).Geocacher Keitaro64 created the difficulty 2.5, terrain 4.5 EarthCache in August of last year. The cache page describes the adventure like this, “The walk starts on land that once was sea and leads into the sea, which once was land.”Geocachers walk their way across salt meadows and tidal flats. Geocachers eventually navigate their way to the remain of Arngast island. The land, along with a dozen small villages, was claimed by the sea after centuries of flooding.  The hiking tour covers six waypoints. Geocachers must answer questions about the location to claim a smiley.ArngastThe EarthCache is quickly becoming popular, already amassing six Geocaching.com Favorite Points.  Favorite Points. Continue your exploration of some of the most engaging geocaches from around the world. Explore all the Geocaches of the Week on our blog or view the Bookmark List on Geocaching.com.Share with your Friends:More SharePrint RelatedThe Aare Gorge | Aareschlucht | Gorges de l’Aar – GC1YH51 – GEOCACHE OF THE WEEK – October 11, 2012October 11, 2012In “Community”Dive in and earn a smiley! – The Blue Hole – Half Moon Caye (GC2KFB8) — Geocache of the WeekMay 28, 2014In “Community”Summer vacation inspiration — Es Pontas (GC20APF) — Geocache of the WeekJuly 24, 2013In “Community”last_img read more

Salman Khan to sport Shera’s security agency wear in ‘Bodyguard’

first_imgBollywood super star Salman Khan who plays a bodyguard in his upcoming film of the same name has chosen to wear the uniform of his personal bodyguard Shera, turning down offers from several security agencies trying to get him sport their clothing in his next release.”There were many agencies who were vying to get Salman Khan to wear the uniform of their company. The companies were hard selling their uniforms, as it would have done wonders to their business, if Salman was seen wearing their uniform since it was integral to the narrative of the film,” sources said.However, the actor who has a heart of gold, put his foot down, and decided to wear the uniform of his personal bodyguard Shera even though, people were ready to offer him money to the tune of Rs 7 crores, just to sport their uniform.Salman was adamant and very sure that he would be sporting no other brand and decided to wear the uniform of Shera’s company, they said.Producer Atul Agnihotri said they have been getting calls from various security agencies from the day the film was announced.”However Salman was absolutely clear that he wouldn’t wear any agency’s uniform. Shera is his personal bodyguard..he is close too and has used his name as a tag,” he said.Bodyguard will be Salman’s trilogy of Eid releases.Wanted released on Eid in 2009 followed by Dabangg next year. The film is co-produced by Reliance Entertainment and Atul Agnihotri’s Company. It starts shooting this week in Mumbai. The first schedule of the movie has been completed in Pune.advertisementlast_img read more

On police video Borutski says he feels sorry after Ottawa Valley killings

first_imgOTTAWA – None of the three women Basil Borutski is accused of killing in 2015 survived for more than a few minutes after they were attacked, and at least two of them tried to shield themselves, a forensic pathologist told an Ottawa jury Tuesday.Dr. Christopher Milroy, director of forensic pathology at the Ottawa Hospital, was testifying in the first-degree murder trial of Borutski, 59, who is accused of killing Carol Culleton, Anastasia Kuzyk and Nathalie Warmerdam on Sept. 22, 2015.The Crown alleges Borutski killed all three women in a murderous, revenge-fuelled rampage through the Ottawa Valley, triggered by what he characterized as lies both to him and about him, including allegations of assault that landed him in jail.Throughout the testimony, Borutski said still and silent, his eyes often closed — including as members of the jury were seen wincing and turning away from a series of graphic autopsy photographs.Culleton, who was 66 years old and three days into retirement when she died, was found with a length of coaxial cable wrapped around her neck and mouth, Milroy said. She also had defensive wounds on both hands — evidence, he said, of an attempt to fight off her attacker.She would have lived no more than five minutes, and likely lost consciousness after a minute or two, he said. The cable was pulled so tightly it couldn’t have been any tighter, he added.Kuzyk, 36, was killed in her kitchen by a shotgun blast that left a gaping wound in her right neck and upper chest. She had abrasions on her neck and cheek from the buckshot, as well as a badly damaged spinal cord.She, too, had a wound on her hand, indicating she tried to shield herself when she saw the gun, and was likely shot from no more than two metres away, said Milroy.Warmerdam, 48, a mother of two, was also killed with a shotgun, but unlike Kuzyk, her wounds were caused by birdshot, Milroy said.Toxicology tests on all three women came back negative, he added.Borutski confessed to all three killings in a five-hour videotaped interview with police the day after the deaths. In the video, Borutski is heard to say he felt sorry about the killings and knew what had happened was wrong.The video, played in open court, shows Borutski telling provincial police Det. Sgt. Caley O’Neill that he felt empty, confused and “disorientated” in the hours after the murders.“Do you understand that what happened to these three women is wrong?” O’Neill asks.“Yeah,” answers Borutski, almost as if asking a question.There is a long pause before O’Neill asks, “would you take it back if you could?’“Of course I would,” Borutski responds, his voice soft, before going on to suggest again the women brought it upon themselves.“Like when I asked Anastasia, ‘Why did you lie?’ Why couldn’t she have just have said, ‘I’m sorry,’ and I’m sure then I would have stopped,” he says.“It would have stopped right there, but she still lied. And Carol lies, and I talked with her so much about being honest and the truth and positive and then she still lied.”Borutski expresses no remorse for what occurred until O’Neill asks him near the end of the video, “Do you feel sorry about how it all ended?”“Of course I feel sorry,” Borutski tells him, matter of factly.He then asks O’Neill if he found “the booze,” explaining that after the third killing, he drove around and then ran into the bush with three bottles of liquor and wine, along with the shotgun.“I planned on drinking and blowing my head off,” he says.“But then, by that time, I started thinking about it, ‘Yeah, you can’t do that, Basil, you’re innocent. If you blow your head off you’ll never go to heaven.’”— Follow @mrabson on Twitterlast_img read more