Men more likely to break their gadgets than women

February 29, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

New stats from a UK wide survey have shown that men are more likely to damage or break their home gadgets than women. Research from YourBudgetCover.co.uk indicates that 13.28% of men have claimed on their gadget insurance in the last 12 months, compared to 10.44% of women.

Eat a whole bag of doughnuts and ride in a police car – Heartbroken owner creates poignant bucket list for dying dog

February 29, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

Toni Lawless, 26, was devastated to be told her beloved 13-year-old Staffie is dying of cancer after vets found an inoperable six-inch tumour on his bladder. But rather than dwell on what’s to come, Toni is focusing on brightening up her cherished pet’s final weeks with a series of carefully thought-out treats.

Bungling doctors failed to spot toddler’s lazy eye was rare form of cancer

February 29, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

Stephanie Beasley, 25, first raised concerns about little Ezmai’s eyesight when a Christmas family photograph in 2014 showed up a white glow in her left pupil. She took her daughter to a local health centre thinking she just had a lazy eye and medics told her Ezmai’s vision was fine and to check back in six months.

Grow Your Rare Coin Collection With Hallmark Coins Ltd

February 29, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

Hallmark Coins are specialists in buying and selling rare and collectible coins, with a comprehensive range available to purchase on their website – www.hallmarkcoins.co.uk

Studying Online: The Latest Trend in Education

February 26, 2016 | by | 2 Comments

An ever-increasing number of students are choosing to ditch traditional education methods, instead undertaking their study purely over the internet. This method, known as online learning or e-learning, has attracted much attention in recent years from students in both the U.S and the Ukraine alike. Online learning makes it easier for students to be in…

Devoted husband wears wedding suit to celebrate 60th wedding anniversary – in the hope it brings back memories to dementia-suffering wife

February 26, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

While most people’s wedding day is a memory they will cherish forever, Malcolm Cousins was worried his wife June’s illness would stop her from remembering the happy day. So on the 60th anniversary of their wedding on February 25, he donned his decades-old suit in the hope of jogging her memory.

CCTV shows bizarre cushion cover disguise used by bungling thieves who tried to rob a woman at knifepoint

February 26, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

Wayne Billingsley, 42, and Adam Roberts, 48, cut eye-holes in the brown patterned covers when they ambushed Kathleen May as she withdrew money from an ATM. But the thieves were caught when Mrs May pushed the pair of them away because she initially thought the botched robbery was a “joke.”

Couple horrified to discover plans to surround their isolated cottage with 700 new homes – and they weren’t even informed

February 25, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

Cheryle Walton, 56, and her partner Paul Jones, 50, were completely unaware of plans to build the mini town until a passer-by mentioned the development. But the 507,500 square metre development in Chippenham, Wilts., is set to completely encompass their detached cottage, which currently sits in miles of green fields.

Man in agony after his e-cigarette ‘EXPLODED’ – and turned his entire leg BLACK

February 25, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

Robbie Robson’s leg went up in flames and a loud bang went off ‘like a firework’ as fiance Kerry Anne Vinson watched on and screamed in shock. The 24-year-old suffered second and third degree serious burns and may require surgery after the explosion on Saturday, while the pair were out shopping in Aylesham, Kent.

Oak panel bought off eBay is historic Henry VIII piece and ends up re-selling for £185,000

February 25, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

The “highly important” parcel-gilt, polychrome-decorated and carved oak panel from 1545 is thought to depict King John. It was discovered during a house clearance in Chichester in 2013 and was put on eBay

Insolvency firm Parker Andrews Norwich expands

February 25, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

Norwich based insolvency firm, Parker Andrews has announced the opening of a new office in Portsmouth to serve the South of the UK The new office on the South coast opened a few weeks ago and is now fully up and running. The expansion from the company’s headquarters in Norwich, means the firm has offices…

Toddler proves he is a true Cornish lad when tearful demands for midnight pasty go viral

February 24, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

Lando Winchester, two, was caught on camera by his gobsmacked mum Shaz Morton wailing for his favourite food. Shaz, 26, explained that they didn’t have any steak pasties in the house – and even had to take him to the kitchen cupboards to prove it.

Man in dramatic armed siege charged with damaging – a BISCUIT TIN

February 24, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

Dozens of officers swooped on a property at 11am on Sunday morning amid reports a man had barricaded himself inside during a domestic dispute. Paramedics also stood by wearing protective stab vests as the quiet residential road in Paignton, Devon, was sealed off for several hours.

Young mum’s constant headaches dismissed by doctors were caused by life-threatening cyst on her BRAIN

February 24, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

Sharnie Ludlam, 22, had to have a pipe put into her skull to drain the excess fluid on her brain – though a BONE FLAP. The mum-of-one was turned away by doctors three times before she decided to call herself an ambulance – and when they turned her away, she took herself to A&E.

Didcot power disaster : Dead and missing workers at Didcot power station collapse believed to be from demolition firm that boasted high profits and safety records

February 24, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

Coleman & Company Ltd recently wrote about how the demolition of Didcot power station – where four are now feared dead – was “progressing well”. The company, based in Great Barr, Birmingham, added the work was being carried out to a “very high standard” with health and safety and risk aversion was “paramount at all times”.

‘I begged my mother to take me to Dignitas’ : Woman, 23, is still fighting for her life after being bitten by an insect – 11 years ago

February 23, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

Kirsty Keep, 23, is too weak to even open a door ever since she contracted lupus following a bug bite in her back garden when she was just 12-years-old – and now she keeps asking her mum to help end her life. Kirsty was left suffering from lupus, a condition where her immune system attacks healthy cells, tissue and organs, and possibly more illnesses that have been left diagnosed.

Husband and wife have gone public after winning one of Britain’s biggest lottery jackpots – £32.5m.

February 23, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

Gerry Cannings, 63, and his wife Lisa, 48, knew they’d picked the winning numbers the morning after the draw but didn’t celebrate until days later as their house was being decorated. The couple from Peterborough, Cambs., wanted to wait until they had unpacked the boxes at home before deciding what to do with the £32,534,188 – the second biggest prize in Lotto’s history.