An investigation yesterday showed that parents who had send their children who had passed on to be cremated and thought there was no ashes later found out that the crematorium had been burring the ashes without their knowledge. Weahter the parents received the ashes depended on where they lived. The crematorium said “No remains from an 18-month-old child? I would revisit that result. That … must be a mistake.” The crematorium says “I told him ‘I don’t care, even if it’s the tiniest little pinch of salt, I don’t care. I need to have something’. And he said there wouldn’t be anything. There would be no ashes whatsoever.”"Yeah I can go down and go to Dunfermline crematorium now and, and know that he’s there. But I should have had the right to know that for the last 25 years.”
As the war in Mali looks like its almost over, the rebels move to higher ground, they move into the dessert for protection. The dessert is difficult to navigate and especially during the day at hot temperatures. The French army are keen to hand over the responsibility to the Mali officials to finish the job. Read the rest of this entry »
The New Pope has washed the feet at the detention centre on Thursday of the prisoners. This is all part of the service. The Ritual takes place before the holiday of Easter. Thousands of tourists and pilgrims are arriving in Rome to attend Services during Easter. “It is not in soul-searching… that we encounter the Lord,” he told hundreds of cardinals, priests and bishops in St Peter’s Basilica.”We need to go out… to the outskirts where there is suffering, bloodshed, blindness that longs for sight and prisoners in thrall to many evil masters.” The pope kissed the feet of young people.
The federal government is looking into a bribery scheme that involved Microsoft and some other partners in other parts of the world such as China, Italy and Romania. Some of the claims are such as the company relationship with resellers and consultants in Romania and Italy Read the rest of this entry »
There is a new law that is being debated in the government today it is the controversial bank levy. The question is weather or not the President will reject it. The tax is very controversial. Read the rest of this entry »
The Pope has announced that his first travel as Pope will be to Brazil where he will be running the worlds youth day. This came just as he spoke and lead his first [palm Sunday as Pope. He spoke about three main points. Read the rest of this entry »
The Nokia Lumia 920 it seems like a nice phone. It has a nice camera especially for the dark but it doesn’t have Instagram. For a lot of preteens Instam can be there primary source of communications. Read the rest of this entry »
The state of Colorado has officially signed a bill that would limit the size of ammunition magazines and it would also increase the background check done on the people buying the guns. This is about 8 months after a shooting in a cinema in Colorado that left about 8 people dead. Read the rest of this entry »
Norwegian authorities say that the methods of a film-maker, Jason Roberts, who shot a BBC documentary about polar bears, disturbed the wild animals, and may fine him up to £5,700. He filmed polar bears in clear plastic hide when making The Polar Bear Family and Me. The Svalbard islands’ deputy governor said that when looking at the footage it looked “like they are disturbing the animals,” specifically when a bear is seen attacking the box with Buchanan inside.
However, Mr. Roberts claims that for the past twenty-two years he worked with polar bears, and he “never bothered, disturbed or injured bears.” Additionally, he would not accept the fine.
A BBC spokesperson said: “We are aware of these concerns, but as they refer to on-going discussions between the parties in Norway it would not be appropriate to comment further at this stage.”