News archive from 24 February 2013, page 19

Paramedic signs up for Nepal trek

An air ambulance paramedic is so committed to her new job that she is to embark on a fundraising trek to help raise money for the service. Erica Ley, who lives in Ipswich, started working for Essex and Hertfordshire Air Ambulance in September. Now she...

 

One million provide unpaid care

More than one million people spend 50 hours a week providing unpaid care, figures show. One in ten people in England and Wales provide unpaid care, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). Of the 5.8 million who look after family members...

 

Beyonce graces latest Vogue cover

Beyonce has said the making of her upcoming documentary Life Is But A Dream was a therapeutic process. She told the March issue of US Vogue that the "movie healed me in so many ways" and thinking about it makes her "want to cry"....

 

Skydiver 'shouted he killed friend'

A skydiver who survived a mid-air collision in Cambridgeshire which caused the death of one of the country's leading wine merchants shouted "I've killed him" as he lay injured, an inquest has heard. Patrick Sandeman died following a jump at...

 

Who needs Ba when we've got mighty Moussa, says Pardew

Alan Pardew faces former club Southampton on Sunday confident the team have filled the gap created when Demba Ba moved to Chelsea. According to the Newcastle manager, it was a case of 'who needs Ba when we've got Moussa Sissoko'. 'The key point is...

Daily Mail, 00:21 in Sport
 

Chart stars mark Beatles landmark

Chart stars past and present are attempting to recapture 10 hours which shook the world as they emulate the recording of the Beatles Please Please Me to mark its 50th anniversary. In one mammoth recording session - the productivity of which would put...

 

Avalanche claims a third victim

A man injured in an avalanche in the Scottish Highlands which killed another man and a woman has died, police have said. The trio were airlifted from the Chalamain Gap area of the Cairngorms to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary shortly after 12.30pm on...

 

Briton death sentence appeal filed

An Indonesian lawyer representing a convicted British grandmother has formally appealed against the death sentence she received for smuggling cocaine worth 2.5 million US dollars (£1.58 million) into the resort island of Bali in a suitcase. In an...

 

Behave this time! Swansea ballboy who scrapped with Hazard set to appear at Capital One Cup final

Swansea ballboy Charlie Morgan will be at Wembley for the Capital One Cup final on Sunday, but only in the stands. The 17-year-old earned notoriety when he appeared to be kicked by Eden Hazard while lying on the ball in the semi-final second leg, for...

Daily Mail, 00:21 in Sport
 

Tributes paid to teen ski lift victim

THE teenage girl who died after falling from a ski lift during a school trip to the Italian Alps was "a beautiful girl" who will be "dearly missed", friends said on Twitter yesterday. The 13-year-old, named in reports as Poonam...

Scotsman, 00:28 in Hot News
 

Boy dies after collapsing at home

A nine-year-old boy has died in hospital after he was found collapsed at home. West Midlands Police said they were called to an address in Tyburn Road, Birmingham, at 5.45pm on Monday, where the boy was discovered. He was taken to Birmingham...

 

Cold weather could bring more snow

Winter weather has returned to parts of the UK with forecasters warning that more snow could be on the way by next weekend. Snow, cold temperatures and icy winds left much of the country feeling the chill on Saturday. Northern England experienced the...

 

Redknapp will stay even if we go down, claims QPR chief Fernandes

QPR chairman Tony Fernandes expects manager Harry Redknapp to stay at Loftus Road whatever their fate at the end of the Barclays Premier League season.And Fernandes has reiterated his own commitment to QPR, stressing he will 'stay and fix it' as the...

Daily Mail, 00:21 in Sport
 

Racism activist quits over comments

THE Football Association yesterday accepted the

Scotsman, 00:28 in Hot News
 

Backpacker found safe and well

A British backpacker missing in the Australian Outback for more than three days has been found safe and well, Queensland Police said. Samuel Woodhead, 18, disappeared from a cattle station in the Australian state of Queensland on Tuesday when he went...

 


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