Monthly Archives: March 2016
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Lucky Matthew Hutchinson, 19, was stunned when the pop star picked him out of the crowd at a concert. She invited Matthew, of Hartlepool, on stage and they posed with a selfie together on stage in Manchester.
Kind-hearted John Lacey, 62, is on a one-man crusade to fight back against his industry's bad reputation. John has now been honoured for showing a level of compassion not normally associated with the ticketing boys in blue.
But one was caught on camera by mum-of-two Melissa Mundy as it suddenly formed in a car park in Lacock, Wilts. It picked up dust and gravel as it spun towards Melissa who was sitting in her car with her husband Ben and their two young children.
Kimberlee Provan, 44, struggles to do every day tasks such as walking, eating, and even chatting with friends on the phone because of her neurological condition. Mum-of-two Kimberlee went from a legal aid worker to only being able to sit upright for four hours a day since being diagnosed with the life-limiting illness in December 2013 - which almost paralysed her.
The man and woman believed to be in their 20s were seen laughing as they egged one another to balance on top of the limestone edifice. Large parts of the Seaford Head cliff edge were roped off by the local authority last week when walking enthusiast Wayne Spring noticed large cracks appearing on the cliff face.
Sheryl Russell, 19, says she repeatedly begged doctors to help 19-month-old Amelia Russell Jones Duval. She even claims that on one occasion the tot was made to sleep on the floor for seven hours before being seen.
A 49 year old man who recently lost his wife to cancer has started a campaign calling for an overhaul of the system for developing cancer drugs to address profiteering and commercial conflicts of interest.
While most settle for a letter from the Queen, Verdun Hayes is preparing to celebrate reaching his centenary by leaping out of a plane at several thousand feet. The plucky pensioner, currently 99, served during the D-Day invasion of Gold Beach and says he can't wait to complete the challenge - despite his GP refusing to grant him permission to complete the jump.