Monthly Archives: January 2016
Made in Chelsea star Sam Thompson found himself hit by the bar on a wild night at the launch of a new superclub -...
The two feathery fiends live on a river next to Hope Mill Park and had lived in harmony with residents for over a decade. But residents say the swans are becoming increasingly territorial - and have taken to attacking cars, tearing up lawns and pecking at windows.
Jessie the Black Labrador was deaf, going blind, suffered from arthritis and needed to be lifted from a van for her last visit to the seaside. But despite her age and ailments the 15-and-a-half year-old pet had the energy for one final run - providing there would be food at the end of it.
We are proud to announce the launch our new ‘Let’s Eat Together’ Children’s Placemat in the USA and the UK. This year our focus is...
Little Freddie Algate suffers from a super-rare condition that causes his skin to peel off at the slightest touch - meaning his loving parents have to bandage him like a mummy before giving him a cuddle. Anything from rough clothing to even the most delicate human touch can irritate the two-year-old's skin and cause it to peel, leaving him covered in agonising sores.
Jenny Deakin stopped breathing and her lips turned blue when she took a bite of a tasty Rich Tea biscuit and it got lodged in her throat. But her quick-thinking dog Lily-Rose leapt into action and jumped up and down on the 30-year-old's chest and stomach until the deadly crumbs were dislodged.
Great news to all holiday makers who have a winter ski holiday booked in the French Alps with SnowChateaux. There is now free, unlimited wine and beer included as part catered package, as well as carefully selected wines throughout your evening meals. Yet another reason to book with SnowChateaux!
This week Tony Jules, 63, finally came face to face with Lisa Jarman whom he describes as 'his angel.' Tony, 63, was recently told he has only days to live after suffering prostate cancer.
Roy Dowson has been ordered to trim the 140-year-old yew bush, which is 2.5m (8.2ft) high, after pedestrians complained there wasn't room to walk along the pavement. Officials from Lincolnshire County Council's highways department visited his home in the sleepy village of Burton-by-Lincoln, Lincs., on Tuesday (26/1) and ordered Mr Dowson to chop back the hedgerow by February 24.