The number killed in the Italian bus crash in the last 24 hours is growing. Bodies have been laid on the road in white cloth as injured are pulled from the bus and multi-vehicle wreckage. Tour Bus Fatal Crash – Italy Most news organizations have the dead confirmed up to 38 people with the majority … Continue reading Bus crash in Italy tops the headlines this morning – Monday 29 July
Mail in the United Kingdom will stand still on Monday 29 July. 4,000 workers in 373 Crown post offices are to go on strike. This is the 9th strike by UK Crown postal service workers since Easter. The strike is organised by the Communications Workers Union (CWU). It represents over 203,500 members in the UK. The … Continue reading Mail won’t be delivered on Monday as UK goes postal
Trayvon Martin’s shooter George Zimmerman was found “Not Guilty” in Florida early this month by a jury of 6 women. Yesterday the trial’s second juror spoke out on the jury’s decision. Juror known previously as B29 accepted an interview with ABC’s Good Morning America. Unlike B37 who was the first to tell her tale last … Continue reading Trayvon Martin murdered, in the heart of the Juror B29
Carbon Tax is a real thing in Australia. Carbon Tax was introduced by the current labor government under the Prime Minister Julie Gillard in 2012. It hits every business and every one individually with increased prices where carbon emissions or waste is being taxed. An independent report by Environment Victoria alleges that brown coal energy … Continue reading Carbon Tax Adding Profits to Coal Energy Companies?
Hell! We never thought that the first post for the newly revamped Jacmus.com, would be about having to rebuild this site, plus another six websites that form part of the Jacmus Group. Unfortunately, about half of these sites were hacked in early November 2012, leaving suspicious links to other websites (not part of the Jacmus … Continue reading Hell! Did you miss our fiery ride?