Monthly Archives: February 2015
Many need a certificate after to prove their identity.
Devoted Victor and Elsie Bower were teenage sweethearts who would cry when they had to spend time apart over their six decades of marriage. The husband and wife passed away just nine days apart when Elsie, aged 80, died of a broken heart on February 17 after her beloved husband Victor, 82, died from blood cancer.
Police have apologised for LOSING crime records of a triple rapist which could have stopped him at least five years before his horrific attacks...
Vicki Westwood, 81, was deluged with an average of 100 letters a week for SIX YEARS along with dozens of phone calls from fraudsters claiming she had won a cash prize. The vulnerable widow was persuaded to send money, supposedly for administrative fees, to dozens of fake companies with the promise she would receive her reward.
The space was in a two-storey detached property in exclusive Kensington, London, that had previously been converted into flats. It has remained empty and while planning permission to convert it into a one-bedroom flat was awarded in 2009, this has now lapsed.
This is a lesson Brighton & Hove Albion manager Chris Hughton has had to learn this season. After taking over from Sammy Hyypia in December 2014, Hughton inherited a team in turmoil.
Hero soldier Mark Smith, 30, was lucky to survive after being shot twice and had to have his entire right leg amputated after the bullet severed his femoral artery. But the former Grenadier Guard - who was fitted with a metal prosthetic limb - wanted to be a role model to his sons and took up weight lifting.
Charlotte Clarke, 38, once weighed more than 23st.
The state-of-the-art unit opened in May but 23 clinical rooms - used when there is a lack of other beds - are still without a proper electronic patient alert system. Patients have been issued with metal handbells to attract attention, including dementia patient Molly Goddard, 84, who was rushed to hospital after breaking her hip.
Cute Ben Brown is hot stuff on the fairways and greens - despite suffering from solar urticaria that only allows him to play for short periods of time in direct sunlight. The rare condition means exposure to ultraviolet, UV radiation or sometimes even visible light can induce a case of rash or hives.