Author Archive: SWNS Reporter
Moonfruit, the London-based website building platform, has relaunched its service by introducing a range of new features including third-party apps, a social media image search and improved chat-based support. Back in 1999, if you needed a website, you either hired a designer or bought a massive book with a CD strapped inside. This was until…
Jade Adams, 20, was told at her 12-week scan that her unborn baby likely had birth defect gastroschisis which meant her abdomen wasn’t forming properly.
Cakesmiths, the coffee shop cake specialist, is joining the fundraising effort for UK Coffee Week by becoming official cake sponsor and Project Waterfall partner. UK Coffee Week is a charitable fundraising week where coffee shops and coffee lovers across the UK come together to support Project Waterfall – a charity that brings clean water and…
Paul Norman, 58, was misdiagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2004, forcing him to retire from his job as an English teacher.
The schoolboy is a brilliant scientist and is setting his sights on becoming an astronaut when he grows up.
A DUI conviction can result in jail time, community service, the loss of your driver’s license, and a considerable fine; not mention the potential loss of your livelihood. However, there are ways to avoid a criminal conviction for driving under the influence. Utilize Your Right to Remain Silent The US Constitution grants suspected offenders with…
To some, cars are a means to get from point A to point B, but to others it is a lifestyle. People dedicate their free time and money to purchasing old cars and rebuilding them from scrap, adding in modifications that will turn an everyday run of the mill car into a showstopper, different and…
With the marked increase in cyber attacks and ever tighter legislation around data privacy it’s imperative that organisations prioritise security activities and interventions. Typically, organisations tend to focus on awareness of security but fail to change behaviour. Unless the behaviour of every individual in the group is modified, the interventions will not reduce the risk…
Tony Howard, 49, was out looking for shells with his two daughters when he spotted the badly-battered Nikon washed up among rocks.
Rugby Player Back On The Pitch Nearly Two Years After His Last Game – When He Was PARALYSED In A Tackle
Zac France, 23, was told he might never walk again when he was left without feeling in half his body after he injured his spinal cord when he landed on his neck.
Daisy Wigginton was struck down with cold-like symptoms and her parents gave her Calpol and nursed her at home.
Talented Matthew Smith is a Grade 5 standard violinist and also plays the guitar, drums, piano and viola.
Mum Fuming That Son’s School Forced Him To Start Shaving Every Day From 12-Years-Old Because He Had Stubble
Kim Wright, 34, said Astor College demanded Connor-Jay shave daily, from the age of just 12, despite him being too young to buy razor blades.
Are we heading for a Public Sector brain drain? The activation date for IR35 is fast approaching and Cedar Recruitment asked over 140 current public service contractors about their readiness for the new legislation. The new law will hold public sector clients responsible for ensuring the compliance of their contractors. Additionally there is widespread suspicion…
Comic Book Mega Fan Changes Middle Name To SUPERMAN After Collecting World’s Largest Collection Of Memorabilia
Marco Superman Zorzin, 30, currently has a staggering, 2,000 strong collection including a 6ft 10in tall statue of the superhero.
The amazing set of pictures of one of Britain’s iconic hunters was taken by an amateur wildlife snapper in Norfolk.
Troubled Michael Freeman, 34, suffered a fatal heroin overdose following a two-decade battle with mental health issues and addiction.