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Saturday 16 December 2017

Father texted threat to kill

A DUBLIN man who sent a text message threatening to kill another man claimed he "snapped" after that individual threatened to pipebomb the house where his son lived.

Jason Kelly (27) sent the threatening text, but he also received a number of texts from the same man and did not complain to the gardai.

Judge John Lindsay applied the Probation Act after Kelly told him that the men had settled their differences.

Kelly, of Coultry Drive in Ballymun, admitted before Blanchardstown District Court to making a threat to kill or cause serious harm to another man at Rathvilly Park in Finglas on May 16 last year.



Nine-day snow hell of campers

Two 21-year-old American students have walked out of the New Zealand wilderness after a snowstorm trapped them for nine days.

Police say the campers survived by rationing their meagre supplies of trail mix and warming themselves in hot springs.

Alec Brown and Erica Klintworth , from Wisconsin, met up with members of a search team yesterday.



Painter Hodge



dies, aged 91

Gerald Parker Hodge, a pioneering, world-renowned medical illustrator and fine artist who specialised in "fool the eye" paintings, has died at his home in Michigan aged 91, after a battle with cancer.

He was a long-time professor at the University of Michigan, where he founded the master's programme in medical and biological illustration in 1964.

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