Cruel couple bought their children a pony and kept it in tiny shed in the rubbish-strewn backyard of their terraced town centre home

Cruel couple bought their children a pony and kept it in tiny shed in the rubbish-strewn backyard of their terraced town centre homeLisa and Wayne Badger bought Diddy the pony for their two children Kept him in cramped shed with no natural light and fed it on vegetablesBanned from owning animals for ten years and fined £1,150

Legionnaires" disease outbreak 2012 reaches 80 cases: Health secretary admits source still not traced

Fears mount of another Legionnaires' outbreak as toll hits 80 after eight more people are diagnosed with the deadly disease Leading Legionnaire’s expert claimed cash-strapped firms were deliberately falsifying safety logs and said the practice could have devastating consequencesBacteria thought to have been transmitted via droplets of infected water from cloud of gas rising into the airHealth chiefs questioned over delay in investigating all possible avenuesLabourer Robert Air, 56, died from deadly bug in Edinburgh Royal InfirmaryTens of thousands at risk as epidemic could spread 44 square miles from source Symptoms include coughing, chest pains, fever and chills | UPDATED: 00:15 GMT, 10 June 2012 A further eight people were yesterday confirmed to be suffering from Legionnaire’s disease as the deadly outbreak continued to take its toll.

Hoarding couple with 65 cats kicked out of house as council workers find FIFTEEN dead pets under 30 TONS of rubbish

Hoarding couple with 65 cats kicked out of house as council workers find FIFTEEN dead pets under 30 TONS of rubbishChristopher and Elizabeth Blore have been ordered out of their home while the council remove 30 tons of waste

Council "diet police" should inspect the lunches of private sector workers, report urges

Council “diet police” should inspect the lunches of private sector workers, report urgesDrastic action needed to end “sick note culture” The food in the canteens belonging to private sector employers should be monitored by council inspectors to help improve workers” health, a report says.