Gabby Douglas: NBC forced to apologise after ad features a monkey doing gymnastics right AFTER victory

NBC forced to apologise after ill-timed ad features a monkey doing gymnastics – right after showing Gabby Douglas” gold medal victoryMore woes for NBC after it shows ad featuring monkey doing gymnastics, right after Gabby Douglas” big winCommercial was for Animal Practice – an upcoming NBC sitcomNBC says “no offense was intended” with the ad She”s now an international celebrity after taking gold in all-around gymnastics competition on Thursday

Teenager, 19, battered dog with hammer 20 times and stabbed it through chest before leaving home to sign on at the JobCentre

Teenager, 19, battered dog with hammer 20 times and stabbed it through chest before leaving home to sign on at the JobCentreSean Deakin had only owned the dog for a few daysStaffordshire bull terrier Tyson took eight hours to dieDeakin offered the court no explanation for the abuse

Diamond Jubilee: Enchanting photos show what life was like when our Queen came to the throne

Has any country ever changed so much in 60 years Enchanting photos show what life was like when our Queen came to the throne. With all eyes on the Jubilee, these enchanting photographs give an insight into what life was like 60 years ago when our Queen came to the throne.

Britain’s Got Talent 2012 winners: Dancing dog Pudsey set for Hollywood

Our next stop”s Hollywood, Pudsey! Dancing dog set to make 10MILLION off the back of Britain”s Got Talent victory

Emergency hospital admissions drop by a quarter while death rate nearly halves in a decade

Heart attack hospital deaths 'have nearly halved in a decade' Death rate from heart attacks within 30 days of emergency admissions has dropped from one in 11 to one in 20 By Daily Mail Reporter Last updated at 2:30 PM on 29th February 2012 Hospitals in England have seen the annual number of emergency admissions for heart attacks among patients aged 35 to 74 drop by more than a quarter in a decade and the death rate nearly halve.

Pregnancy charity"s brazen adverts for "morning-after pill ahead of Christmas party season

Pregnancy charity launches brazen adverts for the “standby” morning-after pill ahead of Christmas party seasonWomen will be encouraged to claim free pill by filling in online form This is the lurid advert encouraging women to stock up on the morning-after pill over the party season. It is part of a campaign launched by the British Pregnancy Advisory Service to try to reduce the numbers of unwanted pregnancies that traditionally increase at this time of year

Pregnancy charity launches brazen adverts for the "standby" morning-after pill ahead of Christmas party season

Pregnancy charity launches brazen adverts for the “standby” morning-after pill ahead of Christmas party seasonWomen will be encouraged to claim free pill by filling in online form This is the lurid advert encouraging women to stock up on the morning-after pill over the party season. It is part of a campaign launched by the British Pregnancy Advisory Service to try to reduce the numbers of unwanted pregnancies that traditionally increase at this time of year.