Monthly Archives: August 2016
This is the moment a stern-looking Jenson Button was stopped in his tracks - by an angry traffic cop. Onlookers said the British Formula One...
Katie Jarvis, eight, lost consciousness while scaling the children's attraction, after the strap from her helmet got stuck in the equipment. Mum Tracy, 46, watched on as neck strap tightened and almost "throttled" the youngster.
Minnie Solomons has been teaching keep fit classes for fifty years and shows no sign of slowing down - even after having a hip operation. The great-grandmother teaches her exercise classes every Monday and Tuesday and only gave up her Wednesday class 18 months ago.
North West based IT provider, Informtec, has assisted in the creation of the new National Speedway Stadium in Manchester, designing and supplying many of...
nspirational Margaret O'Neill, a soon-to-be great-grandmother, says that falling through the air at 125mph was "relaxing". She took to the air in a tandem jump with "90 and still flying" written on the palms of her hands.
Data from a leading a pet insurer has also shown that 35 per cent of all compensation claims for those injuries came from postal and delivery workers. German Shepherds were the cause of the majority of the claims by posties and more than half (54 per cent) of claims were due to dogs not being kept secure properly.
Little Rakshitha Kumar, from Edinburgh, knows the capitals of some of the world's most obscure and little heard of countries. And she effortlessly works through them all in alphabetical order, continent by continent, at an age when a lot of children are still learning to walk.