Monthly Archives: January 2022

Hiker falls near Virgin River Gorge

ST GEORGE, Utah (ABC4) – A hiker was airlifted to St. George’s Hospital after falling 60 feet near the Virgin River Gorge on Saturday. Officials say they received a notification from a personal locator beacon (PLB) with a message that a 47-year-old climber had fallen about 60 feet with injuries and needed help. The hiker was south of Virgin River ...

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Car flips on its side in crash in Dundee

King’s Cross Road: Car flips on its side in crash in Dundee Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s “f” mark. google An icon of Google’s “G” mark. Linked ...

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Animal adoption event brings rescued animals and families together

GREENVILLE, NC (WNCT) — Finding a fur home for pets to adopt was the mission of the Carolina Animal Network, which hosted an event at Pet Supplies Plus in Greenville on Sunday. People came looking for a pet that needed a loving home. Some people have even traveled for hours to meet and bring home their new fur baby. “We ...

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Three years later, still no response to the MSP report on the fire of an art school

Gathering the Dust: Three Years Later, Still No Action on MSP Report on Art School Fire Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s “f” mark. google An icon of ...

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Wolfe County Search and Rescue Team Wins New Rescue Tool, Have Fun Weekend Testing It

WOLFE CO., Ky. (WKYT) – The Wolfe County Search and Rescue team finally has the keys to a shiny new toy. And it’s the one that will actually help them save lives. “Before, we were a three-season destination, but that’s not really the case anymore. It’s four seasons, people come to the door whether it’s cold or snowing, it doesn’t ...

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Scots could be without power this weekend as second storm ‘could be worse’

Some Scots could be without power for the rest of the weekend as the impact of another storm set to hit on Sunday could be worse than expected, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said. Ms Sturgeon chaired a Scottish Government resilience meeting on Saturday as winds of over 100mph were recorded. On Twitter, Ms Sturgeon said the impact of Storm ...

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State studying how to support search and rescue groups

Colorado Search and Rescue listed a number of ways search and rescue groups could use more support. DENVER (KDVR) – Search and rescue teams are requesting resources and support to keep the backcountry safe. Colorado Search and Rescue listed a number of ways search and rescue groups could use more support. These include funding for their relief teams, covering the ...

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$10,000 reward offered for information on person of interest linked to Baltimore fire that killed three firefighters

BALTIMORE, MD—The Baltimore Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) field office is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information that could identify a person of interest in the case of a deadly fire that killed three Baltimore City Fire Department firefighters. “The individual we are seeking to identify may have important information that could assist in ...

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New Home for Border Search and Rescue Unit

At the site of the new Mountain Rescue station in Kelso, main contractor Matthew Lee, with team members, David Williams, architectural technician; David Barnes, vehicle officer; Carl Outhwaite;, Kevin Sterrick, Treasurer; Duncan Buchanan, team leader; Bob McKead, Base Officer and Brian Tyson, President. (Photo: BILL McBURNIE) Since 1963, the Rescue Unit has shared accommodation between garages at Kelso Racecourse and ...

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Herald Diary: Get A Hot Date At Art School

It was a parody for Scottish culture when Glasgow School of Art’s iconic Mackintosh building burned down in 2018, four years after a previous fire. A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service report released this week admitted the cause of the second conflagration may never be known. Proving that we Scots can squeeze the humor out of the burning embers of ...

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More than 50 dogs rescued in ‘historic’ Gaston County hoarding case

GASTON COUNTY, NC (QUEEN CITY NEWS) – Dozens of dogs who were rescued from an apparent hoarding situation in Gaston County are being cared for across the region. Queen City News caught up with Piedmont Animal Rescue of Mooresville, one of the groups tasked with caring for nearly 60 dogs over the weekend at this property alone. Piedmont Animal Rescue ...

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Edward Boyd (1929 – 2022) Obituaries – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Edward Alexander (Buck) Boyd, Jr. passed away peacefully on January 23, 2022 at Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh. He lived a full life and was able to spend his last hours with his family. Buck was born July 17, 1929, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to parents Dorothy Dean and Edward A Boyd, Sr. He grew up with his older sister, Elizabeth (Betty) ...

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Backcountry rescues rise as more people seek outdoor recreation

About 30 volunteers gathered a recent weekend at a snowy highway in western Idaho. They were there for a training exercise, and the fictional scenario for the day involved four snowshoers who did not return when scheduled. “We have four late subjects. We don’t know exactly how long they’ve been overdue, but we’ll find out from our law enforcement representative,” ...

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Second man charged in connection with death of John Dalziel after Paisley house fire

A second man has been charged in connection with the death of John Dalziel. Emergency services rushed to a fire at a property on Whitesbridge Avenue in Paisley, Renfrewshire, after being alerted to the blaze at 10pm on May 6 last year. Officers then found John inside. He was removed by firefighters and rushed to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in ...

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Oklahoma animal shelter needs foster homes for hundreds of dogs

An Oklahoma animal shelter desperately needs foster homes for hundreds of dogs. It’s a race against time to save hundreds of subway dogs from euthanasia. Country Road Animal Rescue saves hundreds of pets, but to keep saving lives, they need help now. Now a local animal rescue group has said it is in desperate need of foster families to step ...

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Government caving in to pressure to keep Waterford search and rescue base

Transport Minister Eamon Ryan bowed to pressure over the future of the Waterford Helicopter Search and Rescue Base by amending the tender for the new Coast Guard Aviation Service. The amendment will specify four helicopter bases, including Waterford, when it previously specified a ‘minimum of three bases’ – drawing criticism from politicians in the south east. The Department of Transport ...

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Tampa group rescues 23 people, including children, from Taliban-controlled Afghanistan

Rescue group evacuates Americans from Afghanistan Catherine Hawley reports TAMPA, Florida. – Over the past five months, a Tampa-based relief group has helped thousands of Americans and green card holders get out of Taliban-controlled Afghanistan after they were left behind during the US government’s withdrawal. end of August. “We are getting vulnerable Americans, allies and Afghans in Afghanistan out of ...

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Callum Hendry can help bring St Johnstone to safety, insists Callum Davidson

CALLUM HENDRY returned to McDiarmid Park on Monday morning facing a totally different challenge to what he has been used to so far this season. Since September, the striker – son of Scottish legend Colin Hendry – had been tasked with sacking Kilmarnock for promotion to the Premiership after being relegated last season. The 24-year-old scored five goals in 15 ...

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Why efforts to help Afghanistan are failing

WASHINGTON – As winter deepens, a grim situation in Afghanistan worsens. Freezing temperatures are adding to the downward spiral of misery that accompanied the fall of the US-backed government and the Taliban’s rise to power. Aid groups and international agencies estimate that around 23 million people, more than half of the country, face severe starvation and nearly 9 million are ...

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Mili (3) was rescued by a sausage drone

On Thursday, January 13, I set the stage for what could eventually turn into a dramatic and prolonged rescue. Millie, three, of mixed race, let go of her leash and let her escape into the big free world. lost horizon Emma Oaks, Millie’s landlady, contacted the Dinmaid Rescue and Search and Rescue Service, who sent a missing person report in ...

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NADMO extends rescue operation to one week

So far 14 lives have been confirmed lost while around 96 people have been injured The National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) said the search for survivors of the Apiatse blast will continue over the next few days. This follows concerns from some residents that other residents have not been seen since the disaster on Thursday January 20. So far, 14 ...

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Underground ‘lava-like’ fire discovered in Scotland

A long-smoldering underground fire has been revealed for the first time after Earth suddenly opened up in a Scottish field. Stunning video shows a smoldering, glowing ‘lava-like’ substance in an open crevice, The Sun reported. The danger – an underground fire in a closed coal mine – is near a trailer park. Residents are concerned about the potentially dangerous “lava-like” ...

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Cornwall fire: Crews still tackling blaze at village property 12 hours after blaze started

Firefighters are still tackling a property fire in Cornwall this morning after the large blaze broke out last night. Crews across the county were called to an address on Dunder’s Hill in Trebetherick at 7.07pm on Friday January 21 following reports of a property fire. An update from the Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service at 3.15am this morning confirmed they ...

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Body suspected of belonging to Brendan Santo recovered from Red Cedar River

EAST LANSING, Mich. – A body to which we think we belong Brendan Santo was recovered from red cedar river in East Lansing. Santo has been missing for almost three months and was last seen shortly before midnight on October 29 in Yakeley Hall to University of Michiganthe campus. Police announced the recovery of a body on Friday afternoon, but ...

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Betty White’s Birthday Video Thanks Fans for Their Love and Support

item FILE – Actress Betty White (R) and Uggie the dog attend the Friars Club Salute To Betty White at Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers on May 16, 2012 in New York City. Weeks after her tragic passing, Betty White had one last message to share with her fans around the world on what would have been her 100th ...

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East Ayrshire dad worries about ‘lava-like’ substance in nearby field

An East Ayrshire dad is “extremely concerned” about a field near his village where a “lava-like” substance is flowing underground. The field, near the former caravan park, has been in this condition for more than three years, according to Patna’s Tam Paton. The father-of-three says the Scottish Coal Board has erected fencing around the affected area, but it’s nowhere near ...

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Alarming trend of dogs being left to starve in the cold prompts stern message from Pittsburgh animal rescue groups

LIVE NOW WITH THEIR MESSAGE. SHELN.DO >> The Reporter: YEAH, WELL, LIKE YOU SAID, IT’S A DISTURBING TREND THAT ANIMAL RESCUE GROUPS SAY HAS BEEN COVERED IN THE PAST THREE MONTHS. THIS AFTERNOON THE LATEST TWO CASES, TWO DOGS IN SEPARATE CASES FOUND HUNGER ON THE STREET AND BROUGHT HERE TO HUMANE ANIMAL RCUE.ES THIS IS A DOG FOUND THIS ...

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Spot Pet Insurance shares inspiring success stories from top service dog organizations

Read the entire article, Superdogs, to the rescue! on the official website of Spot Pet Insurance. Dogs’ ability to provide unconditional companionship is well known, but their profound impact on human well-being is sometimes overlooked. More than just companions, dogs are able to maintain life-changing and life-saving roles when trained as service animals. To show their appreciation for these remarkable ...

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Hawk Rehabbed flies to freedom after being captured and injured – CBS Miami

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A beautiful sight on Wednesday as a rehabilitated falcon returned to the wild after a rough few weeks. Nasim Mahomar of Pelican Harbor Seabird Station was part of the rescue team. READ MORE: Panel backs changes to charter school agreements “He seemed pretty scared, definitely he was still very alert,” Mahomar explained. The team was called by ...

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SNP excludes any new fire alarm regulation delay

THE SNP Government has ruled out a new deadline to force landlords to install new fire safety standards in less than two weeks despite calls from opposition MSPs for another reprieve. From February 1, homeowners will be required to have interconnected fire alarms installed in homes to comply with the regulations, with costs likely to start at £220. The Scottish ...

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The Colleyville context | The Jewish Chronicle of Pittsburgh

Another heartbreaking Shabbat. Another shrine violated. Another assault on Jews and everything we stand for. For us, an attack on a synagogue is not just a visceral event; it’s personal. We don’t need to read the history books to understand how it feels. Colleyville was an anti-Semitic act of terrorism that should serve as a reminder to anyone who needed ...

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G3 Systems supports helicopter search and rescue services in the Falkland Islands

G3 Systems recently completed its first field service visit to British International Helicopters (BIH) at Mount Pleasant Airfield in the Falkland Islands. The purpose of the visit was to provide condition assessment surveys and maintenance of essential ground support equipment (GSE) for two search and rescue (SAR) helicopters based on the islands. BIH, the largest UK-owned helicopter operator, works on ...

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FBI rescue team shot dead hostage taker after 3 men escaped from synagogue – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

A senior law enforcement official confirmed to NBC News that Malik Faisal Akram, the man who investigators say took four people hostage at a Colleyville synagogue on Saturday, was shot dead by the rescue team. FBI hostages. Officials declined to release details about who shot Akram earlier because an internal review of the shooting is ongoing – which is standard ...

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Nova Scotia fire alarm rules ‘fiasco’ as SNP minister asked for statement

Scottish Labor has demanded an emergency declaration from Holyrood over a looming ‘fiasco’ over new fire and smoke alarm laws. The party said an SNP minister is due to explain the changes facing homeowners when new interconnected alarm laws come into force on February 1. Labor claimed the new legislation had been plagued with problems including a lack of public ...

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Fayetteville plans strategy for use of US bailout money

FAYETTEVILLE — The city is ready to hand out the bulk of its U.S. bailout money now that the federal government has released final rules. The city received $17.9 million in federal aid and received half the amount. The rest will come this year. So far, the city council has authorized the use of nearly $2.3 million. The city is ...

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Wind and waves cause major damage to Tahoe Douglas fire and rescue boat | Carson City Nevada News

See full picture Tahoe Douglas Fire’s Marine 24 as it was unveiled to the public off Edgewood Tahoe in 2017. Photo by STN. Paula Peterson, SouthTahoeNow.com A recent Lake Tahoe storm with wind gusts of 65 mph and above and waves 6-8 feet high caused damage to Marine 24, the fire protection district fire and rescue boat of Tahoe Douglas. ...

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A cop crosses a frozen lake to save a dog in a breathtaking video

A Labrador Retriever named Kona gave a warm welcome to a police officer who crossed thin ice in a lake to rescue the 10-month-old pup from freezing water. Video posted online by the Lewiston, New York, police department on Jan. 5 shows Officer Jonathan Smith coaxing the dog out of the water and back onto the ice at Bond Lake, ...

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Darren Young shares Rangers baptism of fire as Stirling Albion boss says chasing Gazza and Laudrup left him sick in the shower

Darren Young was SICK in the showers and nearly passed out after his first visit to Ibrox as a player. And on Friday night, he hopes his Stirling Albion players will feel equally exhausted when he returns as manager to face Rangers. The former Aberdeen midfielder only took charge of Binos last month after leaving East Fife in November. But ...

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Democratic and GOP caucus group sets session goals

BOISE — Gov. Brad Little kicked off the 2022 statewide legislative session by wanting to put more money back in the pockets of Idahoans, make strategic investments in education , broadband, maintenance, taxes and transport. After Little’s Jan. 10 speech, Democratic and Republican lawmakers weighed in on Little’s statements, with both caucus groups outlining their plans moving forward. Sen. Michelle ...

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Happy 200th Anniversary, HM Coastguard! Rescue service celebrates milestone

Credit: UK government press release Two hundred years of saving lives along Britain’s coasts and at sea, as well as coordinating the rescues of people in distress in international waters, are celebrated this year as HM Coastguard celebrates its milestone anniversary. It was on January 15, 1822 that HM Coastguard was officially established and has been working ever since to ...

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Gahler calls it a career as a firefighter after 35 years

“It was a cornerstone of my career. It has been the most challenging, rewarding and growth-enhancing professional opportunity I have ever had. I am comfortable retiring, having had the opportunity to help lead a growing and transitioning team. You don’t get many opportunities like that in life and I’m very lucky to have had it. CANMORE – After 35 years ...

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Douglas Chapman, MP for Dunfermline and West Fife, raises the Rosyth ferry case at Westminster

The argument for reopening a direct ferry link between Rosyth and Europe has been raised in Parliament. Dunfermline and West Fife MP Douglas Chapman called for support for Scotland’s export and maritime industry during a debate on direct ferry links between Scotland and Europe in Westminster last week. The SNP MP, who has campaigned for the restoration of a ferry ...

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Betty White Challenge urges fans to donate to animal shelters and rescue groups

LONG ISLAND (WABC) — Betty White fans across the country are asking people to commemorate the animal lover’s 100th birthday on Monday by donating $5 to their local animal shelter or rescue organization. The Betty White Challenge started on Facebook and has taken off. The American Humane Society says donations to its organization have skyrocketed since Betty White’s death “We’ve ...

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The ex-competitor of The Chase de Chatteris becomes a firefighter

Posted: 11:25 am January 13, 2022 Update: 12:01 January 13, 2022 A former contestant of The Chase, described as “the most amazing” in the history of the series, has chosen to add another dimension to his career. Josh Templeman will join the Chatteris Fire Station as a firefighter on duty with the Cambridgeshire Fire & Rescue Service (CFRS) after completing ...

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Boris Johnson, Under Fire, apologizes for pandemic party

LONDON – Faced with a life-threatening threat to its leaders, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday apologized contrite for attending a garden party in Downing Street as his country was under strict coronavirus lockdown. Mr Johnson, who had not previously admitted to being at the party, admitted his conduct offended the public. But he insisted he believed the rally ...

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SES warns of flooding complacency in West New South Wales after several rescues

The state emergency service is warning people against complacency around flood waters following several rescues in west-central New South Wales over the weekend. Key points: SES crews in the western zone have carried out 121 rescues from flood waters since November SES fears people will be caught off guard by flash floods Campers are encouraged to consult the weather forecast ...

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Arson victim congratulates firefighters on quick response after car fire

The arson victim praised the firefighters who helped save his property from the blaze. In the early hours of Saturday, Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service (TWFRS) received a call indicating that a car was on fire in Ryhope. A team from the Farringdon Community Fire Station were on the scene in just seven minutes and were able to ...

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Family continues legacy of animal-loving son after tragic train crash

Joseph Willcocks: family continues legacy of animal-loving son after tragic train crash Calendar An icon of a desk calendar. to cancel An icon depicting a circle with a diagonal line across. Caret A block arrow icon pointing right. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook A Facebook “f” brand icon. Google A Google “G” brand icon. Linked to An ...

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‘We’re coming for you,’ warns Michael Gove of apartment builders in conflict over fire hazards – UK politics live

Hello. Michel gove, the upgrade secretary, made a rare appearance during today’s morning interview. He mainly spoke of the announcement of the £ 4 billion support program for tenants affected by excessive siding removal costs, which will be the subject of a declaration to the Commons later. But he was also asked about Covid, and in an interview with the ...

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Halifax Search and Rescue takes on new role and helps locate homeless people in the city

Halifax Search and Rescue recently took on a new role – on nights when the mercury drops or a storm hits, the city has tasked volunteers to watch those living on the streets. This weekend marked the seventh time that volunteers had come out. Walking through the woods of a park in the Halifax area around midnight on Saturday, volunteers ...

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First fundraiser of the year for Walmer RNLI

A third annual Christmas tree chipping operation raised vital funds for the establishment. Wet, windy and cool weather Saturday, January 8 did not dampen the enthusiasm of Walmer volunteers and local sponsor and businessman Tom Ledger’s Leaf Tree Services as they prepared to prune a forest of Christmas trees for the third fundraiser. Walmer’s annual lifeboat fundraiser. More than 500 ...

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Missing woman found after police search in Dalby Forest

A WOMAN who went missing from her North Yorkshire home has been found, police confirmed this morning. North Yorkshire Police had raised concerns for the welfare of a 21-year-old who was reportedly reported as a mimic from Malton, North Yorkshire yesterday morning. The force appealed to the public for information that could help locate her. Police search teams, assisted by ...

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Hibs star Martin Boyle has offered a move to Saudi Arabia for £ 1million a year

HIBS ace Martin Boyle has been offered a move to Saudi Arabia – and a salary of £ 1 MILLION a year. Without surprise SunSport understands the Australia international who is still on Celtic’s radar, is extremely keen for the Easter Road bosses to allow him to explore the staggering opportunity of a mysterious Middle Eastern club. 1 Hibs star ...

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Local pet organization wins awards

The Animal Pad, a non-profit all breed dog rescue based in La Mesa, recently won two awards from pet supply retailer Petco totaling $ 11,000. It was one of many animal rescue and welfare groups making money through the Petco Love Stories campaign. Petco Love Stories are stories from local residents about the pets they saved and how the animals ...

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“Leave it” – appealing to the well-meaning deer rescuers of New Forest

WILDLIFE Rescue Service is warning people not to try to take an injured deer to a vet after finding one lying on a grandmother’s lap in the back of a car. Tony Lascelles, who runs Deer Emergency, said the best thing to do is “leave where he is” and call for help. He said: “People are very well intentioned, but ...

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Kerala Police Rescue Abducted Child In Less Than Two Hours | Latest India News

A newborn baby kidnapped from Government Medical College hospital in Kottayam was rescued within two hours of the crime, a Kerala police official said on Friday. The incident took place in the hospital gynecology clinic at around 3 p.m. Thursday when a woman dressed as a nurse allegedly asked mother P Aswathi to hand the child over to her to ...

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Video – Celtic Park On Fire: Paradise Twice In Flames

The new Celtic Park was awkward at times in Celtic’s early years. The problems first emerged with the stadium when the disastrous Grant Stand was opened ahead of a 5-0 league victory over St Bernard’s FC on October 28, 1899. The stand required construction of the road we know today. now under the name Kerrydale Street, so the huge gallery ...

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200 City of Edmonton employees on leave with COVID-19, including outbreak at Edmonton Fire Department – Edmonton

As businesses in many industries grapple with staff shortages due to the rapid spread of the Omicron variant of COVID-19, the city of Edmonton has said it is also concerned about the potential impact of the fifth wave on its workforce. Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases among its employees, the city said on Tuesday it was making minor ...

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Busiest year on record for fall rescue

The Grassington-based team had 73 calls, breaking the previous record of 56 in 2020, she said in its annual report. The team is one of the few mountain rescue teams to cover underground rescues as well as more traditional surface and water incidents. “Maintaining our capacities, raising funds and carrying out our rescues requires a lot of commitment on the ...

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Nicola Sturgeon under fire as Scottish leader ‘ego’ dictates Covid plan | United Kingdom | News

Marc Wynn launched a venomous attack on Nicola Sturgeon, claiming that she and the overbearing modus operandi of other politicians were due to their quest for more power to feed their inflated egos. Mr Wynn argued that a desire for more control dictates whatever shot they call, as he insisted that politicians lack self-criticism and never question themselves. Mr Wynn ...

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Czech rescuers protest against vaccine mandate

A policeman receives a dose of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine during a trial at the National Vaccination Center located inside the O2 Arena in Prague, Czech Republic, April 9, 2021. REUTERS / David W Cerny Register now for FREE and unlimited access to Reuters.com Register PRAGUE, Jan.4 (Reuters) – Several thousand Czech firefighters, police and rescue workers have backed ...

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Corolla Fire and Rescue receives $ 25,000 grant – The Coastland Times

State Insurance Commissioner and Fire Marshal Mike Causey announced that the Corolla Fire and Rescue has received a grant of $ 25,000 through the 2021 North Carolina State Volunteer Rescue / EMS fund . The check will be mailed to Fire Chief Richard Shortway to be used by the Rescue Organization / EMS to purchase the necessary equipment. Equipment is ...

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Coast Guard helicopter transports mother and child to safety after woman falls on Welsh beach [VIDEO]

Moment Coast Guard helicopter transports mother and child to safety after woman falls and hits her head on rocks on Welsh beach A mother and child were rescued on a Welsh beach after a woman fell on rocks Dramatic footage shows couple airlifted from danger by helicopter The mother injured her head on the rocks and was taken to hospital ...

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Emergency services rush into major road incident near Charing Cross in Glasgow

Emergency services rushed to a major incident on a bridge in Glasgow’s Charing Cross area. Photos show a heavy police, fire and ambulance presence outside the Scottish Power building on St Vincent Street. St Vincent Street reopened westbound to Newton Street after closing for a short time. The nature of the incident is unclear, but police are currently staying at ...

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Powell River Orphaned Wildlife Society helps transfer tired cub to rehabilitation center

DEN DIGGER: A Westview resident noticed a small bear cub digging a hole under a porch. They called the BC RAPP line (1.877.952.7277), and the call went to local conservation officer Andrew Anaka. This little one, who was preparing for winter, was also beginning to fall asleep, even while digging. He was quickly picked up by Andrew and placed in ...

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From rescue dog to Essex Fire Department lifeguard

A RESCUE dog is about to return the favor as proud trainers say he is one of their best students in training to be a search and rescue dog. It’s been a tough road for Bailey – a two-year-old Golden Labrador Retriever. The big-hearted dog was taken in by the Dog’s Trust after it was found stray, with some describing ...

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“Looking for a few good men … and women.” »The January 2022 edition of Allegany magazine pays tribute to our firefighting and voluntary rescue societies | Magazine Alléganie

They are looking for a few good men … and women January 2022 edition of Allegany magazine features tribute to volunteer fire and rescue companies As the saying goes “they are looking for a few good men”. And also women. The January 2022 edition of Allegany magazine honors and shines a spotlight not only on the volunteers of the region’s ...

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10 to watch in 2022 as Rangers star Stephen Kelly and Aberdeen kid Calvin Ramsay make headlines

The kids of Scottish football for glory have been rushed into the first teams across the country due to the Covid outbreaks having squads creaking at the seams. Corn Sport record has selected ten of the best who can shine in 2022 across Britain’s game with Premiership talent dominating the caps. Kerr smith Dundee United, 17 It’s been a calendar ...

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