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Dad builds five-year-old son £6k putting green so he can emulate...

Golfing mad Rob Moore splashed the cash to install the five-hole green, complete with specialist artificial grass, on his front lawn so his son Bobby can practice every day. And it seems all the practice is paying off after Bobby hit his first hole in one at the tender age of three and has won competitions against children aged 12

Teen stabbed innocent man to death after pal called young woman...

Tragic Tom Webb, 22, was found with fatal wounds on St Peter's Street in Derby at 8.30pm on January 19 this year. He was rushed to hospital but despite the best efforts of medics nothing could be done to save him and he later died.

Pensioner creates incredible Wallace and Gromit-style BREAKFAST machine

The 'Sunday Morning Breakfast Machine' serves up perfectly runny soft-boiled eggs and toast, tea and coffee and even hands over the morning newspaper - all at the push of a button. Creative Peter Browne, 69, spent about 1,000 hours building the innovative contraption with pal Mervyn Huggett.

Romantic break ends with heartwarming flashmob proposal at airport

The adorable proposal between Kyri Tsikkini, 29, and Elena Raouna, 25, was captured on camera just moments after they returned from a romantic weekend in Paris. Minutes after touch down at Leeds Bradford Airport, West Yorks., Elena was met by the flashmob who performed an amazing dance routine as she watched on.

Leading Drone Retailer Expand Product Range with Hubsan Quadcopters in the...

Hubsan, with a rich heritage in the RC industry, are beginning to really make some waves in the drone industry. Hubsan quadcopters are generally...

Motorcycle Theft: Statistics, Trends & Recommendations

Over the last few years, the motorcycle industry has benefited from strong increases in sales across all sectors. In January 2016 alone, sales of...

Paul Gascoigne appeared at Dudley Magistrates charged with making racist joke...

The 49-year-old is accused of making the offensive remark when he spotted a black security guard in a corner of the stage and said he "could not tell if he is smiling." The troubled star had originally been told he would not be prosecuted for the statement he made at the Civic Hall in Wolverhampton on November 30 last year.

‘Crocodile’ spotted washed up at london docks

Passers-by and local workers panicked after thinking there was a crocodile basking on a floating pontoon on the Thames, yards away from where children were paddling. Horrified City worker Ben snapped a picture of the posible predator as he took a break from his Canary Wharf office job, to stroll with a colleague, yesterday lunchtime.

West London hospital to become the first in the country to...

The west London hospital is the first in the country to give new mums 'baby boxes' - filled with nappies, clothes and other necessities. Heavy-duty boxes being handed out by Queen Charlotte's and Chelsea Hospital also double as a crib.

Economical and effortless answer to total wall hygiene

When hygiene really counts, CleanClad hygienic wall cladding from MP Plastic Building Products Ltd is an extremely effective and economical alternative to other cladding...

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