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Fake gold bars being sold online for up to 1200 are actually


BARRIE, Ont. — Police in Ontario are warning the public about an online offer that isn’t worth its weight in gold.Investigators say they’ve received complaints of counterfeit gold bars being sold online through buy and sell websites such as Kijiji.Police in Barrie, Ont., say the bars appear to be real at first glance and are professionally packed and bear an official looking stamp resembling the Perth Mint or the Royal Canadian Mint.Testing has shown the bars are nothing more than copper plated with gold.Police say the high-quality counterfeit bars are being offered in various weights and range in price from $300 to $1,200, but their actual worth is about 25 cents to $2.00.


Heres What Happened Today Thursday


first_imgMinister for Health, Dr James Reilly talks to the media at the 19th Annual All-Ireland Joint Midwifery Conference at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Santry, Dublin. Pic: Laura Hutton/Photocall IrelandIRISHA man was arrested in connection with the murder of Elaine O’Hara, gardaí said today.Proposals from the LRC over the junior doctors’ dispute include sanctioning hospitals that don’t comply with reduced doctors’ hours.A man who was struck in a hit and run in Dublin is in a serious condition. A cat was struck by pellets from a gun on the Belfast Road – and survived.The Mauritius Supreme Court is to hear a civil case from the families of Michaela McAreavey and her husband against the Lux Hotel, where Michaela died.Minister Brian Hayes held a Twitter Q&A about the Budget today – here’s how he got on.A second man was arrested over the murder of Joseph Reynolds in 1993.A Fire Brigade ambulance broke down with a patient on board in Blanchardstown.A fire crew was hit with rocks in Waterford.Minister Phil Hogan has unveiled a radical reform of local government. Health Minister James Reilly said in relation to medical cards that there has been no change in policy.The North’s Director of Public Prosecutions has said doctors there don’t risk prison if they help a woman to go somewhere else in the UK to access an abortion. [RTÉ.ie]INTERNATIONALPeople look at what scientists believe to be a chunk of the Chelyabinsk meteor, recovered from Chebarkul Lake near Chelyabinsk. Pic: Associated Press#USA The government shutdown cost the US economy $24 billion dollars.#USA A rare sabre-toothed whale was found dead on a beach in California.#LAOS A plane crashed in bad weather in Laos, with dozens feared dead. #SYRIA Syrian peace talks could resume on 23 November. [New York Times]#GEORGIA The skull of Homo erectus has been found in Georgia, which could mean changes for the story of human evolution. [The Guardian]INNOVATIONWindows 8.1 is here – and this review gives the lowdown on what you can expect from it. [Gizmodo]Curious about the Sony Smartwatch 2? Here’s all you need to know about this new piece of technology. [The Guardian]PARTING SHOTEver wondered what air traffic controllers are really saying when they are talking to pilots? Here’s the answer. [The Atlantic]PS: We’ll leave you with a bonus parting shot –  the trailer for the new Wes Anderson movie, staring our own Saoirse Ronan. [Can’t see the video? Watch here](joblomovienetwork/YouTube) NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a roundup of today’s news…last_img read more