Ms Wells from Coomera, Queensland, said that while her adorable one-year-old pup is usually terrified of magpies, she was very concerned about this little bird. She looked really weak and not well at all,' Ms Wells said. 'We were taking Peggy for a walk when she discovered this little magpie that was all by itself. With the magpie seemingly here to stay, Reece named the bird Molly. Ms Wells said Molly became obsessed with Peggy and even started producing breastmilk despite not being pregnant.
November 26, 2020 04:03 UTC
The teenager is convinced the puppy was stolen after noticing a bin had been moved, with the only gap in the fence three-fingers wide. (Image: Melissa Baylis/MEN MEDIA)The message, seen by the MEN, read: "I believe you have lost your puppy. The dog had only been with the family for a week before going missing. (Image: Melissa Baylis/MEN MEDIA)Melissa had taken a picture of her garden the day before the puppy went missing. "I shared about her being missing on Facebook and then the woman sent my mum the message.
November 26, 2020 03:03 UTC
Feargal Logan and Brian Dooher are the new joint managers of the Tyrone football team. They were ratified at a meeting of the county executive last night as the men to succeed Mickey Harte, less than a fortnight after the departure of the treble All-Ireland winning boss. Logan, a 50-year-old solicitor with practices in Omagh and Coalisland, takes on the role along with double All-Ireland winning captain Brian Dooher. Logan, a former Tyrone player, managed Tyrone’s 2015 All-Ireland U21 winning side, with Dooher a member of his backroom team. A ‘One Cork’ press release confirmed the group is looking to “activate a number of new opportunities that will realise the true potential of Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
November 26, 2020 03:00 UTC
Megan Fox is once again looking to end her marriage to Brian Austin Green by filing for divorce. The Blast has reported that Megan filed the divorce documents on Wednesday and that Beverly Hills, 90210 star Brian, 47, also filed his response. The pair separated in May after 10 years of marriage and Megan was soon seen spending time with rapper MGK, whose real name is Colson Baker. Megan met Brian on the set of Hope & Faith in 2004, when she was 18 and Brian was 30. Their rocky relationship took another turn five years into their marriage, with them splitting and Megan filing for divorce.
November 26, 2020 02:53 UTC
Loyalist terrorists in Northern Ireland have issued a threat against a journalist working for the Belfast Telegraph and Sunday Life. The breakaway South East Antrim UDA, which was behind a spate of similar threats earlier this year, is being linked to this latest intimidation. The PSNI is taking the threat seriously and officers yesterday advised the journalist that “loyalist paramilitaries may intend carrying out an attack”. Condemning the latest threat, Eoin Brannigan, Editor-in-Chief of the Belfast Telegraph and the Sunday Life, said: “This is the second time this year we’ve had our journalists threatened in this manner. Séamus Dooley, Assistant General Secretary, said: “We unreservedly condemn this latest threat."
A retail park on the Naas Road in Dublin is to be demolished to make way for a mixed-use development which will include as many as 1,102 apartments. In total it will comprise nine buildings ranging in height from seven storeys to an 18-storey building that will accommodate offices on a site at the Royal Liver Assurance Retail Park on the Old Naas Road, Dublin 12. AREG bought the retail park in 2018 for a reported €25m. Ireland’s first retail park, it was opened in 1990 by Royal Liver Assurance Co. Some of the units in the retail park are still occupied.
Former Ireland manager Martin O’Neill has said Maradona’s name will “always be mentioned” when football fans discuss who is the greatest player of all time. As news of the death of the iconic Argentinian footballer broke, tributes flooded in from Irish football fansas well as from former players. “Argentina’s three days of mourning reflects his genius. “He was an inspiration for many a young child playing football. He [could] twist and turn, he had a great vision of the football field, he could see a path, he could dribble, he could actually do everything.
A Dublin-headquartered aircraft lessor has been sued by US carrier Frontier Airlines in a dispute over a planned sale and leaseback of six jets. Under the framework agreement sealed in March this year, AMCK committed to a sale and leaseback of six new Airbus A320 jets that Frontier was due to purchase from the European plane maker. “New commercial aircraft financing deals negotiated post-Covid-19 have been done on much more favourable terms to the aircraft leasing companies,” it added. Frontier claims that it has incurred “significant financial losses” because it claims it was forced to seek last-minute alternative financing from another leasing firm after AMCK allegedly breached the March framework agreement. Frontier said it is up to date on all rent payments for the 15 aircraft that AMCK owns and leases to it.
As if the Danish government’s rushed decision to cull and bury more than 10 million mink wasn’t a grisly enough story, thousands of the animals’ bloated cadavers have begun to re-emerge from shallow graves. The phenomenon was reported after carcasses were spotted popping up to the surface at a mass burial site at a military training field on Sunday. “It is an extraordinary situation,” Thomas Kristensen, a press officer with Denmark’s National Police, which is responsible for the minkburials, said. The cadavers’ eerie re-emergence has triggered a flurry of zombie jokes on Twitter. The cull decision has turned into a national scandal after the Danish government acknowledged it had no legal right to order a cull of mink not contaminated by the Covid variant.
They have not been disciplined or arrested yet," a jail source told the Herald. The Bradley brothers are not considered members of that organised crime gang. "A connection between the Bradley brothers and the attempt to smuggle these items into the jail is being looked at," the source said. One prison source said the operation was being run like a click-and-collect enterprise. During their trial, it emerged that Jason Bradley inflicted seven chop wounds with a sharp weapon on Reilly before Dean Bradley drove over him.
The game was played with no fans and no large garda presenceThe cash-strapped Football Association of Ireland (FAI) has managed to repay only €19,000 of the outstanding bill owed to An Garda Síochána for policing international matches. A garda spokesman confirmed yesterday that the force has this year received payment from the FAI of €19,000 of the money owed. "In line with additional invoices issued in 2020, the total fees outstanding to An Garda Síochána from the FAI for policing events is approximately €368,000," the spokesman said. "An Garda Síochána are continuing to pursue the recovery of the outstanding sum." Earlier this year, the Garda Freedom of Information Office declined to release correspondence between the force and the FAI concerning the outstanding monies.
Former England winger Chris Ashton has launched a scathing criticism of Ireland's James Lowe in the aftermath of Saturday's game at Twickenham. The Sale Sharks player, capped 44 times, believes the Leinster star was at fault for Jonny May's wonder try in England's 18-7 win. Lowe, who made a big impact on his Ireland debut against Wales two weeks ago, struggled to have the same impact on his second outing. "Where was James Lowe? On the same podcast, former England scrum-half Danny Care echoed Ashton's comments on Farrell's tactics.
A former IRA man who will be sentenced for fake passport offences was previously arrested for an unsolved gun murder in the capital. He also pleaded guilty to using a false instrument at Kevin Street garda station, Dublin 8, on May 7, 2017. Gannon and a close associate were arrested and questioned more than two years later in relation to the murder before being released without charge. EVIDENCEThe Director of Public Prosecutions later decided there was insufficient evidence to charge anyone in relation to the death. At a previous sentencing hearing, Detective Garda Padraig Hanley said he became aware of what appeared to be a false application in Aug-ust 2017.
Molly Martens was convicted of the second-degree murder of Limerick-born businessman Jason CorbettKiller Molly Martens has broken prison rules in the United States for the fifth time in just three years. The former nanny was cited for disobeying the order of a prison officer in the North Carolina Correction Institute for Women (NCCIW) outside Raleigh. The duo are appealing their convictions and the North Carolina Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on their legal challenge in January. A third judge argued that the murder trial was entirely fair and balanced. That appeal ruling was immediately challenged by the North Carolina District Attorney's Office.
RTÉ staff feel like the controversy caused by photos that emerged following a staff retirement event has turned workers “into a bit of a laughing stock”, a senior source at the broadcaster has said. Morale in the company has plummeted and employees have been left “shell-shocked” after RTÉ came in for huge criticism for permitting a leaving-do where social distancing guidelines were breached. They were being ultra-pedantic about some stuff so it’s amusing to see the shoe is on the other foot now,” said the RTÉ source. Meanwhile, politicians are to seek a statement from RTÉ on the events surrounding the party where high-profile staff were pictured breaching social distancing guidelines. It will also ask RTÉ to outline the measures it is undertaking to review its existing Covid-19 guidelines in light of the controversy.
November 26, 2020 02:32 UTC