Heartache as father who raised £500,000 for his little girl’s cancer treatment dies from a brain tumour
Tragic Tom Attwater, 32, captured the hearts of a nation by fighting his own ill health while ensuring stepdaughter Kelli Smith was given the best chance of life. The youngster endured childhood cancer neuroblastoma aged just three-months-old and then again aged three in 2012.
Action Gran! : Daredevil great-great grandmother takes to sky in her first paraglide for her latest hair-raising challenge for charity
The fearless pensioner, who suffers from macular degeneration and struggles to walk after undergoing a hip-replacement, took part in the event for charity. Despite her age, June has undergone a catalogue of thrill-seeking challenges over the last 20 years including scuba-diving, wing-walking and learning kick-boxing.
mum-to-be left stunned after seeing the face of her late granddad in a 4D baby scan – KISSING her unborn baby
Jade Hornsby, 21, went to Harley Street for a 4D scan after getting it as a gift from her mum Lesley Bineham, 47. But when she got home and looked at the photos, she was startled to see the profile of her late granddad Jack Hornsby – who passed away in 2007 – in the corner of the image.
The two-carriage service was crammed with people heading to a music festival and already running late when it was halted because of more passengers ahead. But after stopping for 25 minutes the fed-up students revolted and decided to get off.
Comrie Development Trust and Community Shares Scotland launch the Cultybraggan community shares offer to create a new heritage site at former WW2 prisoner of war camp
“Preserve the past to invest in the future”
Sarah Lou launches their brand new premium dual julienne peeler. Sarah Lou is a fast growing company in the Home and Kitchen market. Our goal is to offer our customers high quality products at the best possible price. The company prides themselves on selling high quality kitchen and home products. This dual julienne peeler is…
Mum-of-two has lost 6 stone and reached her ideal weight – and is posting pictures of all of her new meals on Instagram to inspire others
Designer Becky Peabody, 44, had been overweight for years and struggled with countless diets, but never managed to shift the weight for good. She was mortified when she saw a photo of 15-stone frame in a magazine article about her stylish home and was shamed into changing her fat-filled diet.
Baby struck down with rare leukaemia which made her skin erupt like a blueberry muffin makes miracle recovery
Six-month-old Mia McConnelogue developed an aggressive type of leukaemia in the womb which caused blue marks to develop on her arms, legs, chest and face. She started her first round of chemo at just two days old but doctors gave her just a 50 per cent chance of survival.
Coinciding with the release of the new Bond film SPECTRE, the world’s longest running website dedicated to 007 will celebrate its 20th anniversary: ‘On the tracks of 007’ is a travel guide to the James Bond filming locations, online since 1995 aswell as launching a re-designed website. On Sunday Oct 25th the travel destination will be a hotel just outside of London, filled with Bond fans, Bond anecdotes and Bond music.
Subscribers to Takeaway Art will be introduced to a new artist every month, have a chance to get to know them and their work, and then at the end of the month receive an original artwork to keep. Takeaway Art is offering this for a simple subscription of £28.50 a month under the “Starter” package, or £25 a month for customers who want to subscribe for three months at a time.
Furious HGV driver gets suspended sentence for causing £7,000 worth of damage to his neighbours’ garden with a JCB
Martin Lewis, 60, jumped into the machine and went on destructive rampage that caused £7,000 worth of damage to the garden of his neighbour’s detached home. He demolished part of Simon and Elizabeth Meaton’s garden, mowing down a boundary fence, a fence around a vegetable patch and bulldozed trees, plants and flowers.
The #FreeZizouBoycottUAE facebook campaign was recently launched after the British government refused to question the UAE government on why it failed to investigate the mistreatment and torture endured by Ahmad Zeidan in Sharjah Central Jail nor object to discrimination against British citizens when the UAE pardoned all those sentenced in the same case excluding Ahmad.
The study of 2,000 people explored our relationship with food and found the average Brit will mull over their hunger, meal choices and eating habits for an average of two hours and 13 minutes every day – which equates to 34 days every year. The biggest reason to want a snack was shown to be boredom (47 per cent) – while over a fifth confessed to needing a sugar hit, or just to cheer up when sad or stressed. Social pressure to indulge at events such as birthdays or weddings (18 per cent) was also a reason for British minds to go into overdrive thinking about food, the poll showed.
Subrat Mohanty, CEO, Hurix Systems said “We are privileged to win this prestigious award and to be chosen as one of the most promising companies in all of Asia.” “Customers are the center of our universe and this award motivates us to build great products for them.”
Kindhearted Oxford first year students came home from a drunken night out with an unusual find – a TRAMP
The kind-hearted students invited 44-year-old homeless person Bryn back to their shared flat on a cold night so he could eat and have a good night’s sleep. Grateful Bryn – who has been sleeping rough for 19 years – was so bowled over by their generosity he made them all cheese toasties AND cleaned the entire flat before he left.
Man fuming after asking for a mild curry at his local takeaway – and finding ‘WHITE PPL’ written on the receipt
Spice-lover Stuart Lynn, 44, spent nearly £30 in Valentine Restaurant and asked for his venison curry to be served mild. But when he returned home he found a hand-written note on his meal ticket which read: “VERY MILD, WHITE PPL.”
E’s not a bad lad! : Mum slams school for confiscating 14-year-old son’s e-cigarette which he uses to kick ten-a-day fag habit
Teachers took the device off Mason Dunn when they found him ‘vaping’ on school premises. His mum Sue marched to the school in protest but they have refused to back down.