Here, kitty kitty: Image of “Essex Lion” that sparked massive police hunt is finally revealed as officers call off the search and admit sightings were probably of a “large domestic cat”No sign of predator after extensive police searches 30 police officers, marksmen and two helicopters were involved in searchBut witnesses stand by their claims that they saw a big cat Panicked man running towards family yelled: “It”s a f****** lion!” Family playing backgammon in front room heard very loud roar
Schoolboy who amazed everyone with his brave attitude to terminal brain tumour dies – and leaves his jellybeans to his little sister 16-year-old managed to go to his school prom where he won award for 'Most Optimistic Person' David's mother praises Marie Curie nurses who provided nighttime relief in final weeks Brain tumours kill more children than meningitis or leukaemia | UPDATED: 16:06 GMT, 14 August 2012 A schoolboy who stunned his family with his bravery after he was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour, has died this morning.
Night shifts can raise risk of heart attacks and strokes by more than 40% Researchers analysed the results of 34 studies involving two million people | UPDATED: 23:07 GMT, 26 July 2012 Shift work can dramatically increase the risk of heart attacks and strokes, warn researchers.
Three-week wait to see your GP as practices cut weekend and evening hours Half of England’s PCTs reported a decrease in the number of GP surgeries offering care outside normal working hours last year | UPDATED: 16:24 GMT, 25 July 2012 Labour contacted 91 of England's 151 PCTs – 56% of them reported a decrease in the number of surgeries offering extended opening hours Patients are being forced to wait for as long as three weeks to see their GP after practices are reducing their evening and weekend appointments, Labour said.
Girl, 14, killed in her tent by barbecue fumes: Brother, 11, and parents found unconscious Family “took disposable barbecue into tent to keep warm”Teenager was pronounced dead at the sceneBoy and his parents are seriously ill in hospital
Our truly special friendship: Lily thought she'd never get over the death of her son. Then she received a deeply moving letter from the woman whose life his organs saved On a blustery day, Lily Turley and Cara Hearst are sipping tea together in a cafe. Lily is still grieving after the death of her 13-year-old son; 20-year-old Cara is three years on from a life-saving organ transplant.
Two-day hangover becomes the norm as stressed workers are going on marathon drinking binges Two-day hangovers have become the norm for office workers as staff relieve stress by going on weekend-long drinking sessions. British employees under record levels of pressure are relieving the tension with marathon alcohol binges, which start on Thursday night and continue until Sunday evening.
Overdue pregnant mother gives birth in shop doorway after midwives send her out for lunch Mrs Plews was having contractions but midwives judged she had plenty of time before the baby would arrive A pregnant mother who was eight days overdue with her second daughter gave birth in a shop doorway after midwives sent her out for lunch. Sarah Plews, 35, arrived at St Michael”s Hospital, Bristol, having contractions but was told by the hospital staff after being assessed that she was not due imminently and should relax and get some lunch. Dave and Sarah Plews with Mabel, 2, and baby Ivy who had a dramatic outdoors arrival into the world After she reached a cafe up the road, her baby was not going to wait any longer and Mrs Plews and her husband Dave rushed back towards the hospital