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Elijah Mc Clain’s parents have yet to decide how much each one of them will receive of the $15 million dollar settlement they got from the city of Aurora in response to a federal lawsuit in his tragic death.Friday, the city of Aurora provided new information on how the money will be paid.According to a statement by Aurora officials, the city’s excess liability insurance policy will cover $10 million of the settlement, which is the maximum amount the policy will pay.The remaining $5 million will be paid out of the city’s General Fund.Friday's hearing was supposed to finalize outstanding disputes between Elijah’s mother, Sheneen Mc Clain, and his father, La Wayne Moseley, about the details of the settlement and allocation of the money, but that apparently has not happened.“There is no amount of money in the world that will make up for losing my son, but hopefully this sends a message to police everywhere that there are consequences for their actions," said Mosley through his attorney, Mari Newman.It’s a sight that has caused excitement, awe, joy and even fear over the centuries – the brilliant multi-coloured Northern Lights that occasionally illuminate the dark skies of the Northern Hemisphere.A major tourist industry has become established in recent years, charging people desperate to experience the phenomenon large amounts for trips to vast and dark wildernesses in Iceland and Scandinavia.Given you have more chance of seeing the lights the further north you go, it's no surprise that the Shetland Islands - the furthest north you can get in Scotland before you get to the Faroe Islands - provide one of your best chances to see the colourful phenomenon.Photo: Canva/Getty Images Another island destination offering the perfect combination of dark skies and a northern latitude is the Outer Hebrides.For a truly magical experience, try to see them over the atmospheric Callanish Standing Stones on Lewis.