Still no news from Eloi, a secure route for Sherpas, sheep at the party: the essential news in the region

Still no news from Eloi, a secure route for Sherpas, sheep at the party: the essential news in the region

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The missing young man soon declared dead ?

#MONTPELLIER Eloi Rolland, the young Montpellier who disappeared in Auckland in 2020, could be declared dead by the end of the year. rsquo;year by the New Zealand authorities revealed 20 Minutes.

Going to New Zealand for a language trip, the young man, then aged 18, disappeared on March 7 a few kilometers from New Zealand's largest city, Auckland. The young man will be declared dead by the New Zealand authorities by the end of the year, due to lack of evidence.

The procedure is legal in New Zealand in the context of disappearance, following a long investigation. Voluntary disappearance, suicide, accident caused by a car or even a bad fall while hiking… All the leads were on the carpet, without the investigation leading to any decisive conclusion. The director of a documentary devoted to the disappearance of the young man reveals, however, that the criminal trail has not been explored.

He secures the sherpas

#GARDThe mountaineer Marc Batard, assisted and supported by Gérard Menard, a high mountain guide based in Saint-Hippolyte-du-Fort, is behind a new secure route on Everest. It is intended in particular for Sherpas. The overcrowding of the site and climate change are making the passages increasingly unstable.

Gérard Ménard from Gard was notably responsible for supervising the various teams in Nepal but also in France. He also worked hard to solicit sponsors.

ZAD de l’A69 : two injured

#TARN Around 7:15 a.m. this Sunday morning, in Saïx, on the Zad known as the cal’arbre, a tree fell for a reason that has yet to be determined, reveals La Dépêche du Midi. Two people, two “squirrels”, these activists opposed to the A69 who settle in the trees along the construction site were in the one that fell.

The victims, two men in their twenties, were seriously injured in the fall. According to La Dépêche, their lives are not in danger. They were taken care of by the firefighters.

The causes of the tree's fall remain unknown. He would have been uprooted. The ground could have been weakened by the recent heavy rains, combined with the constructions which provide housing for the activists.

Today's figure: 500

#SÈTE This is the number of kilograms of waste (plastic and polystyrene) removed on Sunday June 23 from the breaker blades of Sète on the occasion of the fifth cleaning operation. 500 kg… i.e. 900 fewer than last year!

This total weight was collected by some 250 volunteers who took the maritime shuttles in the morning – not counting those who came with their own boat – and who crisscrossed, pliers in hand, the port side of the legendary Sète site.

A huge success for the transhumance festival

#LOZÈRE The transhumance festival took place this Sunday, June 23, at the Col de Finiels. This is the first since this agricultural practice was recognized as intangible cultural heritage of humanity by UNESCO, in December 2023. Several thousand people came to attend.

Shortly before noon, the 2 497 sheep of the pastoral group of Finiels passed through the crowds and the farmers' market to set off towards the summer pasture. Up there, at more than 1 600 m above sea level, the white birds of the Massif Central will be able to benefit from milder temperatures than in the plains and from abundant food on 800’ nbsp;ha. 

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