Monthly Archives: March 2016
The former Top Gear star wants to demolish the property he's lived in for 15 years as well as the derelict workshop next door, replacing the properties with a flash new pad. But instead of going ahead and submitting plans to the council, he decided to prepare everything first and discuss it with residents nearby.
Pudding, a Shih Tzu cross, was found on Christmas Eve tied to a lamp post on a city centre street in freezing cold rain. His coat was so matted around his legs and face he couldn't see out of his right eye, his nails were overgrown and he was covered in fleas.
Alexander Caviel, 21, downed a dozen Jagerbombs - a shot of liquer inside a glass of Red Bull - a £90 bottle of champagne and glasses of Disaranno and Coke during a bender. He ended up popping into a fried chicken shop in Chelmsford in the early hours of Saturday morning where he said he spotted a bus heading for nearby Stansted airport.
Ed Dee, 47, was checking on his flock at 4.30am when he found one of them was lying lifeless submerged in several inches of water. He rushed the tiny day-and-a-half-old lamb, which was close to death, into the kitchen of his farm house and wrapped it in a towel.
Anton Paar is pleased to be presenting at the 28th Annual General Meeting of the European Lubricating Grease Institute in April 2016. The event is...
The miracle girl, a critically-endangered Western lowland gorilla, was delivered in a remarkable operation by a top gynaecologist last month. Zookeepers became concerned when tests revealed the baby was becoming unresponsive and doctors were drafted in from a local NHS maternity hospital.
Nick Cusack, a licensed insolvency practitioner at Parker Andrews will be running in the London Marathon this year to raise money for the charity...