Author Archive: SWNS Reporter
The ad is set to the soundtrack of ‘Gigantic’ by the Pixies and a series of scenarios at the beginning emphasises how the iPhone can be used by musicians.
The Czech manufacturer swept the board in the Driver Power survey by taking first, second and third places.
Afghan Hamidullah Hamidi, 19, was smuggled out of his home country by his mother and entered Britain illegally as a young boy. But just a month after officials tracked him down to his home and ordered him out of the country, he lured a “vulnerable” girl with money and attacked her. His distraught victim – who has the mental capacity of a seven-year-old – managed to escape with her attacker in pursuit.
A study of 2,000 people found the typical woman needs four dates to judge the suitability of a potential new boyfriend.
A couple of weeks ago figures emerged indicating a 30% hike in fence panel prices as so many fence panels had been damaged during this winter’s bad weather.
Yet back inside the house, the kitchen remains the focus of the home, as it’s still the place where food is prepared, meals are enjoyed, guests are welcomed and muddy boots are washed, ready for more outdoor fun.
Some fail to study ahead of time and resort to cramming, while others buckle under pressure.
What it really means is simply being able to have a laugh and a joke, even when it’s at your own expense.
Cameras filmed two people unloading kit from the back of a white van in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Jenna McGuinness ditched meat, milk and eggs at the tender age of five when she fell in love with the cute screen pig. Jenna, a model from Glasgow, beat off competition from around the country to win the contest organised by animal rights charity PETA.
The elusive artist created ‘Mobile Lovers’, depicting a couple embracing while looking at their mobile phones, at the weekend and posted it on his website on Monday. Mystery surrounded the location of the piece – and a second mural of spies surrounding a phone box was also found in Cheltenham. But the couples kissing art was quickly spotted on a boarded-up doorway in a wall on a rundown street on the edge of Bristol city centre.
World’s best horse whisperer Martin Tatta lulls mare into incredible manoeuvres nobody else would dare to try
Martin Tatta, 32, has such a close bond with his favourite Primavera that he can talk her into rolling on her back with her legs in the air so he can sit on her tummy. The self-taught horse tamer can sit under her hooves, do handstands on her neck and even coax her into lying on her side and giving him a cuddle.
The police were alarmed by ‘heavy breathing’ on the line after two year-old Belgian Malinois had the handset in its teeth.
Between January and February this year, Keighley Harris struck five shops, threatened staff, attacked a police officer, hurled a flower pot at a window and threatened to set fire to someone’s home. On one occasion she pushed a male accomplice around a garden centre in a wheelchair pretending he was disabled while shoplifting children’s clothes.
Leeann Douglass, 25, took to the social networking site to brag that she had just sold Christopher Vanes 20 diazepam tablets.
Nick Martin, 62, asked at a meeting “they aren’t still letting those mongols have sex with each other are they?”
Gwyn Haslock first headed into the swell in 1950s as a seven-year-old girl, using a solid wooden ‘bellyboard’ and a woolly jumper for a wetsuit. In the 1960s Gwyn was the first British woman to use a proper fibre-glass board to surf standing up – and the ONLY female to enter the country’s earliest surfing competitions.